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Surgeons: At the Edge of Life

| Documentary | TV Mini-Series (2018)
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Health-Medical Documentary hosted by Shaun Dooley, published by BBC in 2018 – English narration
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Most people will have an operation in their lifetime, but few of us have a clue what really happens once we are put to sleep. This series goes beyond the theatre doors of the surgical unit at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham, where 700 operations are carried out every week, across 42 specialist theatres. Whilst many operations are vital but routine, this series focuses on some of the country’s top surgeons as they perform high-stakes surgery that simply wouldn’t have been attempted a few years ago, pushing the boundaries of modern medicine to its very limits. Unprecedented opportunities to save lives offer surgeons the chance to develop their astonishing skills – but also carry daunting risks and responsibilities. A dark sense of humour, a cool head and extraordinary levels of accomplishment are the tools of the trade.

1)  The Longest Day
Specialist maxillofacial surgeons Tim Martin and Sat Parmar prepare for a marathon operation on 53-year-old Teresa. Four weeks ago, Teresa was diagnosed with a fast-growing cancerous tumour in her face and she will die within weeks unless it is removed. The procedure involves radical surgery to the entire right-hand side of her face, and means she will lose both her upper jaw and right eye. It is an enormous undertaking for Teresa, and for Tim and Sat, too.
Using 3D imaging, the team plan how to remove the tumour and, most importantly, how they will rebuild Teresa’s face. Tim and Sat are all too aware that whilst removing the tumour will save her life, it will be devastating if she is left disfigured and unable to face the world. To give her the best possible outcome, they intend to fill the cavity left in Teresa’s face with a section of bone and muscle removed from her hip, using a 3D-printed plastic guide that helps them cut out the correct shape bone.

2)  Last Chance Saloon
Two procedures so formidable, they would not have been attempted even a few years ago. Surgical teams at the Queen Elizabeth are constantly pushing the limits of what is possible. But despite state-of-the-art diagnostic scanning, sometimes cancer surgeons don’t know exactly what they are up against until they open the patient up on the operating table. Even with the most meticulous planning, sometimes they must resort to taking critical decisions live in the theatre.
74-year-old Jasmine Harkness has been referred to the specialist sarcoma unit with a vast tumour in her abdomen, weighing more than three stone – a third of her total body weight. It is consuming her, displacing organs including her stomach and liver. Unless it can be removed, she has just four weeks to live. Sarcoma specialists Sam Ford and Professor David Gourevitch can’t be sure whether they will be able to save Jasmine until they open her up and inspect her anatomy. Such is the risk of this surgery – five years ago they would not have embarked on this intervention.
Sue Sinclair, lead anaesthetist and matriarch of theatre, keeps the others in check – working alongside them as they battle to detach the tumour from Jasmine’s organs and blood vessels, and remove it intact. Whenever it presses heavily on vital blood vessels, Jasmine’s blood pressure plummets, placing her life in grave danger. It will take unwavering focus to keep her alive. The tumour has grown so invasively that it has crushed and displaced Jasmine’s internal organs. Sam and David have a puzzle on their hands to identify what and where everything is. At times, dark humour is the only way to release the tension as they grapple with blood, guts and mind-boggling complexity.

3)  The Pioneers
Many clinical trials target the nation’s most acute health issues. With deaths from liver disease soaring by 40 per cent in a decade, more and more patients are waiting for vital liver transplants. There is a shortage of organ donors and many donated organs are rejected as only those in excellent condition are considered suitable for a transplant procedure. Surgeons Richard Laing and Thamara Perera are part of a team at QEHB trialling a revolutionary way to tackle this crisis, by maximising the number of donor organs that can be safely re-used.
The film follows the trial every step of the way, as Richard receives a donor liver that would usually be rejected and tries to prove it is viable for transplant by rejuvenating and testing it on a perfusion machine. This machine sustains the liver by mimicking the supply of blood, oxygen and nutrients an organ receives inside a live, healthy human body. Once the donor liver has proved itself fit for transplant, the surgical team start to remove grandmother Connie O’Driscoll’s severely diseased liver. Once the donor liver has been disconnected from the perfusion machine, they have just 20 minutes to place it in Connie’s body and plumb it into the complex and delicate network of hepatic blood vessels.

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Surgeons: At the Edge of Life

| Documentary | TV Mini-Series (2018)
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9.1/10

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Cameras follow surgeons, anaesthetists, theatre staff and patients at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham’s surgical unit, where surgeons push medical boundaries to the limit.
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Surgeons At the Edge of Life 1 720p HDTV x264 AAC MVGroup
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Published on: Oct 15, 2018 @ 17:14

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Surgeons: At the Edge of Life

| Documentary | TV Mini-Series (2018)
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9.1/10

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Cameras follow surgeons, anaesthetists, theatre staff and patients at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham’s surgical unit, where surgeons push medical boundaries to the limit.
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Surgeons At the Edge of Life 3 720p HDTV x264 AAC MVGroup
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Published on: Oct 15, 2018 @ 17:14

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Richard Ayoade takes a ruthlessly efficient approach to travel, covering everything top tourist destinations have to offer in just 48 hours.
 
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Travel Man 48 Hours In S08 2 Ibiza 720p HDTV x264 AAC MVGroup
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Published on: Oct 15, 2018 @ 15:12

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Travel Man 48 Hours In S08 1 Zurich 720p HDTV x264 AAC MVGroup
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Published on: Oct 15, 2018 @ 15:15

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The Sky at Night 2018 Space Britannia 720p HDTV x265 AAC MVGroup
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Published on: Oct 15, 2018 @ 01:21

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Published on: Oct 15, 2018 @ 01:23

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Missing Workers

Sociopolitical Documentary hosted by Jack Merluzzi, published by NHK broadcasted as part of NHK Documentary: series in 2018 – English narration
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They are in the prime of their life, but a growing number of people in Japan have all but disappeared. They’re the country’s missing workers, people who have been unemployed for protracted periods of time and have given up looking for jobs. They’re not even included in unemployment statistics. Japan has 1.03 million missing workers in their 40’s and 50’s, outnumbering the 720,000 unemployed persons in the same age group. These individuals have a similar profile: many are unmarried, and have to take care of an elderly parent, forcing them to quit regular jobs. This riveting report shows the harsh, hand-to-mouth life these people lead and tries to find solutions for this growing problem.

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Published on: Oct 14, 2018 @ 16:23

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As Murray Walker celebrates his 95th birthday, this is an intimate portrait of a sports commentator who became a national treasure thanks to his enthusiasm, knowledge and his excitable dramatic voice, which defined a golden era of Formula 1 motor racing. It is also an inspiring and heartwarming tale of a man who came to sports broadcasting late, but until recently was still working well into his nineties.

Murray relives his early days as a tank commander and as an advertising executive. He gives an insight into his life and extraordinary career in the fast lane involving some of the greatest ever moments in Formula 1 history. Tales of his charismatic personality and some of Murray’s famous bloopers for which he is fondly known are included.

Universally loved by all, there are contributions from the great and good of the sport including Nigel Mansell, Damon Hill, Lewis Hamilton, Jenson Button, Fernando Alonso, Eddie Jordan, David Coulthard and Martin Brundle, plus broadcasters Steve Rider, Des Lynam, Suzi Perry, Jake Humphrey and Chris Evans.

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Murray Walker A Life in the Fast Lane 720p HDTV x264 AAC MVGroup
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Published on: Oct 14, 2018 @ 00:55

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Published on: Oct 14, 2018 @ 01:01

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The Story of Grime

Arts Documentary hosted by Rodney P, published by BBC in 2018 – English narration

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The story of how grime rose from the council estates of east London to become the most important British musical movement since punk.
Through personal encounters with key pioneers from the last four decades of British black music, Rodney P, the ‘godfather of British rap’, discovers that the success of grime rests upon previous generations of artists and learns that grime can only be truly understood when viewed as part of a broader social narrative and ever-evolving musical culture that goes back to the 1980s.
As the first generation of British-born black youth came of age in the 1970s and 1980s, the natural medium for their artistic expression was the sound system culture brought over from Jamaica by their parents and grandparents. The first major breakthrough in the evolution of a home-grown sound came in the 1980, when young reggae MCs started telling their stories in a blend of patois and cockney, reflecting the mixed multicultural environments of the British inner cities they lived in. When Rodney became a rapper, the new sound of the streets was American hip-hop.
Today it would be unthinkable for a grime artist to adopt an American twang, but back then when Rodney’s crew London Posse started rapping in their own London accents, it was a breakthrough. In the early 90s, reggae toasting, British accents and sped-up hip-hop beats came together for the first uniquely British black music genre – jungle. And as the decade wore on, UK garage reflected the aspirations and optimism of Blair’s cool Britannia, but it was never a platform for stories of struggle and hardship, and for the new generation of kids growing up on the council estates of east London, a harder sound was needed. Made on phones in bedroom studios, a new, sparser and more aggressive sound emerged. Spread via pirate radio stations and promoted by underground DVDs, London at the turn of the millennium saw the arrival of a new, grimier sound.
Almost 20 years on from those beginnings, grime how dominates the charts and the awards ceremonies and even influences politics. Some of its biggest names are now international celebrities, and many of them remain independent, signed to their own labels and controlling their own careers. Grime is now not just a genre, it’s a way of life and, built on the foundations laid down by black British artists over the decades, it represents a defiant spirit and an independent attitude that is here to stay.

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1.08 GB
Published on: Oct 13, 2018 @ 20:01

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This documentary seeks to be the ultimate Odyssey of exploration into Cannabis and its uses starting from the formation of the Endocannabinoid system in the simple sea squirt, through to … See full summary »
 
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The God Plant 720p HDTV x264 AAC MVGroup
2.27 GB
Published on: Oct 13, 2018 @ 17:25

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Cycle Around Japan: Kochi Beneath Blue Skies

Travel Documentary hosted by Howard Colefield, published by NHK in 2018 – English narration

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Blue skies, tranquil sea and warm people, these are what our rider experiences as he travels through Kochi Prefecture on the Pacific coast. First, he heads for a scenic coastline that is popular among cyclists. There, he enjoys a lightly roasted bonito, a local specialty. In the mountains, he meets friendly people playing field games in mud! And a washi paper art craftsman demonstrates the beauty of mountain living. After riding along the Shimanto River, he gets a feel for an old pilgrimage known as Shikoku Henro. Join us on our 370km journey.

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Published on: Oct 13, 2018 @ 13:14

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