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  • 9/11: One Day in America

    9/11: One Day in America

    “9/11: One Day in America” is a landmark National Geographic 6-part series made to mark 20 years since the terror attacks. Produced in official collaboration with the 9/11 Memorial Museum, the series uses archival footage – some of which has never been seen before – and new, original interviews with eyewitnesses to offer an immersive, and emotionally charged account of that fateful day.

  • India’s Blind Daters

    India’s Blind Daters

    In India, marriage is a national obsession, everyone’s expected to get married – yet one group finds themselves ignored as suitors – India’s 70 million people with disabilities. Marcel Theroux met three disabled people in Mumbai and follows their quest to find someone to marry.

  • About

    About

    Daniel Bogado is a multi-award winning director of documentaries. He directed the hit true crime series “Killer Ratings” for Netflix and the up-coming “9/11” for National Geographic. He’s also the former series editor of Unreported World, Channel 4’s critically acclaimed series and Britain’s longest running foreign affairs strand.

  • Vietnam’s Dog Snatchers

    Vietnam’s Dog Snatchers

    The Vietnamese have a long tradition of eating dog meat. Nelufar Hedayat investigates how criminal gangs have infiltrated the lucrative dog meat trade and are stealing thousands of pet dogs to meet demand.

  • Africa’s Drugs Scandal

    Africa’s Drugs Scandal

    Unreported World goes to Senegal to investigate a humanitarian scandal – the thousands of cancer patients left to suffer needlessly because they can’t access morphine.

  • Diving Into Danger

    Diving Into Danger

    Unreported World travels to the Mosquito Coast in Honduras, where indigenous people are risking their lives diving for lobsters destined for North American and European diners.

  • Baseball Dreams

    Baseball Dreams

    In Dominican Republic, baseball is one of the few routes for young men out of poverty. But the chance of making it is slim and the cost of failure can be devastating. This film meets the boys desperate to make it as US Major League baseball players.

  • Kickboxing Kids

    Kickboxing Kids

    Muay Thai is one of the toughest martial arts in the world and in Thailand it’s an obsession. Children as young as 7 are regularly paid to fight and their matches draw huge crowds. For poor families, there’s potential for big winnings. But it comes at a price.

  • 15 and Learning to Speak

    15 and Learning to Speak

    Patrick Otema is 15 years old and was born deaf. But in the remote Northern region of Uganda where he lives, there are no schools for deaf children. Now an inspirational sign language instructor is about to change Patrick’s life.

  • Nigeria’s Hidden War

    Nigeria’s Hidden War

    The kidnap of almost 300 schoolgirls by Nigeria’s hardline Islamist fighters Boko Haram in Chibok in April caused international outrage. As the girls languish in guerrilla camps with no sign of rescue, this film investigates claims of a violent campaign by Nigerian security forces against ordinary civilians.