UCL CENTRE FOR LANGUAGES & INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION (CLIE)

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Naja Toft is receiving commiseratory social media messages on having been fired, when she gets another call from Alpha asking for another interview - but this time on her blog.

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Naja Toft is receiving commiseratory social media messages on having been fired, when she gets another call from Alpha asking for another interview - but this time on her blog.

Following the teams inside Facebook, revealing a hidden technological playground. The film tackles difficult questions, like how our data is used, and also shows how Facebook works.

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Following the teams inside Facebook, revealing a hidden technological playground. The film tackles difficult questions, like how our data is used, and also shows how Facebook works.

Comedian Ben Miller returns to his roots as a physicist to try to answer a deceptively simple question: what is one degree of temperature?

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Comedian Ben Miller returns to his roots as a physicist to try to answer a deceptively simple question: what is one degree of temperature?

The story of how the Arab world erupted in revolution, as a new generation used the internet and social media to try to overthrow their hated leaders.

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The story of how the Arab world erupted in revolution, as a new generation used the internet and social media to try to overthrow their hated leaders.

In the last of this two part series, Mishal Husain meets those who spread the revolt to Libya and Bahrain, and those who are still fighting the Syrian regime.

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In the last of this two part series, Mishal Husain meets those who spread the revolt to Libya and Bahrain, and those who are still fighting the Syrian regime.

Alan Yentob presents the first of a two-part series for Imagine on the art of stand-up comedy. He talks to comedians in Britain and America, exploring their backgrounds and influences and their passion for making people laugh.

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Alan Yentob presents the first of a two-part series for Imagine on the art of stand-up comedy. He talks to comedians in Britain and America, exploring their backgrounds and influences and their passion for making people laugh.

The second of a two-part series for Imagine on the art of stand-up comedy. Alan Yentob talks to comedians in Britain and America, exploring the evolution of stand-up and how it transfers to other mediums.

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The second of a two-part series for Imagine on the art of stand-up comedy. Alan Yentob talks to comedians in Britain and America, exploring the evolution of stand-up and how it transfers to other mediums.

As Facebook heads for its 100 billion dollar flotation, Emily Maitlis updates her recent documentary on the prospects for Mark Zuckerberg's social network phenomenon.

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As Facebook heads for its 100 billion dollar flotation, Emily Maitlis updates her recent documentary on the prospects for Mark Zuckerberg's social network phenomenon.

A play by Luigi De Filippo based on the Commedia dell'Arte. It is an amusing play that takes place in the beautiful castle Massimo at Arsoli. The play involves a King and a troupe of travelling actors.

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A play by Luigi De Filippo based on the Commedia dell'Arte. It is an amusing play that takes place in the beautiful castle Massimo at Arsoli. The play involves a King and a troupe of travelling actors.

In just seven years, Mark Zuckerberg has gone from his Harvard college dorm to running a business with 800 million users, and a possible value of $100 billion. His idea to 'make the world more open and connected' has sparked a revolution in communication, and now looks set to have a huge impact on business too.

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In just seven years, Mark Zuckerberg has gone from his Harvard college dorm to running a business with 800 million users, and a possible value of $100 billion. His idea to 'make the world more open and connected' has sparked a revolution in communication, and now looks set to have a huge impact on business too.

The incredible story of how Rupert Murdoch used celebrity scandal to bankroll his expanding media empire, before scandal ultimately engulfed the News of the World itself.Jacques Peretti talks to everyone from Hugh Grant to Murdoch insiders to find out how the world of celebrities, cops and politicians first cosied up with, and then turned against, the world\'s most powerful media mogul.

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The incredible story of how Rupert Murdoch used celebrity scandal to bankroll his expanding media empire, before scandal ultimately engulfed the News of the World itself.Jacques Peretti talks to everyone from Hugh Grant to Murdoch insiders to find out how the world of celebrities, cops and politicians first cosied up with, and then turned against, the world\'s most powerful media mogul.

  • OJ: Made In America

  • Ezra Edelman

It is the defining cultural tale of modern America - a saga of race, celebrity, media, violence, and the criminal justice system. And two decades after its unforgettable climax, it continues to fascinate, polarize, and develop new chapters.

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It is the defining cultural tale of modern America - a saga of race, celebrity, media, violence, and the criminal justice system. And two decades after its unforgettable climax, it continues to fascinate, polarize, and develop new chapters.

In January 1995, the shocking crime gave way to the trial of the century. It would be like nothing before it, nor anything that's come since, and reshape the landscape of the media, and, American culture along the way.

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In January 1995, the shocking crime gave way to the trial of the century. It would be like nothing before it, nor anything that's come since, and reshape the landscape of the media, and, American culture along the way.

Professor Jim Al-Khalili investigates one of the most important concepts in the world today - information. He discovers how we harnessed the power of symbols, everything from the first alphabet to the electric telegraph through to the modern digital age.

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Professor Jim Al-Khalili investigates one of the most important concepts in the world today - information. He discovers how we harnessed the power of symbols, everything from the first alphabet to the electric telegraph through to the modern digital age.

Panorama goes undercover inside Azerbaijan, the host country of the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest, to discover the extraordinary truth about this secretive country and its approach to the world's most watched non-sporting event.

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Panorama goes undercover inside Azerbaijan, the host country of the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest, to discover the extraordinary truth about this secretive country and its approach to the world's most watched non-sporting event.

Frank Skinner is one of Britain's most controversial comedians but even he felt the comments broadcast last year by Jonathan Ross and Russell Brand on BBC Radio went too far. As he experiments with reducing the expletive count in his own stand-up show, Frank sets out to discover if the Ross-Brand storm really was a watershed in broadcasting's debate about bad language and offence.

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Frank Skinner is one of Britain's most controversial comedians but even he felt the comments broadcast last year by Jonathan Ross and Russell Brand on BBC Radio went too far. As he experiments with reducing the expletive count in his own stand-up show, Frank sets out to discover if the Ross-Brand storm really was a watershed in broadcasting's debate about bad language and offence.

Celebrities and public figures alike are turning to privacy laws to suppress stories and photographs that show them in a bad light.

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Celebrities and public figures alike are turning to privacy laws to suppress stories and photographs that show them in a bad light.

  • Reporting Trump's First Year: The Fourth Estate

  • Liz Garbus

Following the inner workings of The New York Times, one of the most prolific American media outlets, during the first 12 months of Donald Trump's presidency.

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Following the inner workings of The New York Times, one of the most prolific American media outlets, during the first 12 months of Donald Trump's presidency.

As Donald J Trump takes the oath of office, the New York Times's New York and Washington bureaus prepare to cover an administration unlike any other.

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As Donald J Trump takes the oath of office, the New York Times's New York and Washington bureaus prepare to cover an administration unlike any other.

Shortly after FBI director James Comey is fired by President Trump, the New York Times journalist Michael Schmidt is on to a huge scoop regarding Comey's memos about his meetings with Trump - one which will have ongoing reverberations.

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Shortly after FBI director James Comey is fired by President Trump, the New York Times journalist Michael Schmidt is on to a huge scoop regarding Comey's memos about his meetings with Trump - one which will have ongoing reverberations.

After violence erupts in Charlottesville and Trump fails to denounce white supremacists, he further stirs division by blaming the 'crooked media' for the nation's problems.

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After violence erupts in Charlottesville and Trump fails to denounce white supremacists, he further stirs division by blaming the 'crooked media' for the nation's problems.

The Times continues to follow where the Russia investigation leads, as Michael Flynn pleads guilty to lying to the FBI, and the reporters dig deeper on the obstruction of justice case Robert Mueller might be building against the president.

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The Times continues to follow where the Russia investigation leads, as Michael Flynn pleads guilty to lying to the FBI, and the reporters dig deeper on the obstruction of justice case Robert Mueller might be building against the president.

  • Rete! Video

  • Marco Mezzadri and Paolo E. Balboni

This video course provides a multimedia immersion in contemporary Italian language and culture. The video course includes: 3 DVD’s, the activity book with exercises to be done before, during and after viewing the sequences. Transcriptions of dialogues and keys of exercises.

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This video course provides a multimedia immersion in contemporary Italian language and culture. The video course includes: 3 DVD’s, the activity book with exercises to be done before, during and after viewing the sequences. Transcriptions of dialogues and keys of exercises.

Portrait of legendary comedian Richard Pryor which chronicles his life from his troubled youth to his meteoric rise as one of the most respected - and controversial - comic actors of the 20th century.

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Portrait of legendary comedian Richard Pryor which chronicles his life from his troubled youth to his meteoric rise as one of the most respected - and controversial - comic actors of the 20th century.

As YouTube celebrates its tenth birthday, vloggers now sell out stadiums and have fanbases boy bands would kill for. Jim Chapman, himself a superstar vlogger with quarter of a billion views of his videos, takes us behind the scenes of the biggest vloggers on the planet.

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As YouTube celebrates its tenth birthday, vloggers now sell out stadiums and have fanbases boy bands would kill for. Jim Chapman, himself a superstar vlogger with quarter of a billion views of his videos, takes us behind the scenes of the biggest vloggers on the planet.

Professor Brian Cox uses this year's Huw Wheldon Memorial Lecture to address the main challenges in bringing science to television.

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Professor Brian Cox uses this year's Huw Wheldon Memorial Lecture to address the main challenges in bringing science to television.

Documentary about the case of heiress Patty Hearst, who was famously kidnapped in 1974 by a militant group, and ultimately appeared to come to embrace her abductors' ideology of prisoners' rights and class struggle.

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Documentary about the case of heiress Patty Hearst, who was famously kidnapped in 1974 by a militant group, and ultimately appeared to come to embrace her abductors' ideology of prisoners' rights and class struggle.

Through case studies of citizens in different countries, this film explores a range of factors that have led to the present crisis facing Europe, economic and identity challenges. See also : The Great European Disaster Movie: Newsnight Debate

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Through case studies of citizens in different countries, this film explores a range of factors that have led to the present crisis facing Europe, economic and identity challenges. See also : The Great European Disaster Movie: Newsnight Debate

Documentary about the secret team of content moderators who clean the internet. Who are they, what criteria do they use, and where does content moderation end and censorship begin?

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Documentary about the secret team of content moderators who clean the internet. Who are they, what criteria do they use, and where does content moderation end and censorship begin?

On 13 February 2012, war-correspondent Marie Colvin and photographer Paul Conroy entered war-ravaged Syria to cover the plight of civilians trapped in the besieged city of Homs, under attack by the Syrian army. Only one of them returned.

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On 13 February 2012, war-correspondent Marie Colvin and photographer Paul Conroy entered war-ravaged Syria to cover the plight of civilians trapped in the besieged city of Homs, under attack by the Syrian army. Only one of them returned.