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13 hours ago, Mike Teavee said:

I tried to find this on my streaming apps & on Youtube (These kind of documentaries are normally free on there) but had no links, could you please give me a pointer as to where I can watch it. 

 

Whilst looking for it I did find a 4 part series called "Meltdown: The men who crashed the world", all 4 parts are on Youtube.

 

Also found a few more similar documentaries on IMDB that I'm going to check out https://www.imdb.com/search/keyword/?keywords=economic-crisis 

 

 

 

 

Try this Mike.... https://www.aljazeera.com/programmes/specialseries/2019/06/men-stole-world-2008-financial-crisis-190611124411311.html 

 

Only available until June 20th apparently although it could probably be found via the doco maker's name.

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6 hours ago, xylophone said:

Try this Mike.... https://www.aljazeera.com/programmes/specialseries/2019/06/men-stole-world-2008-financial-crisis-190611124411311.html 

 

Only available until June 20th apparently although it could probably be found via the doco maker's name.

Thank you sir, watched & enjoyed it 🙂 

 

I didn't know that there was a site for all the Al Jazeera documentaries (The one I mentioned is from them as well).... 

https://www.aljazeera.com/programmes/, looks like I've just got a wealth of new documentaries to watch...

 

Thanks again 

  

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Dragons' Den Best Ever Pitches...BBC  24/May

 

If you watch Dragons den---this is a 6 part (6 weeks) compilation from 2005 to present time. Its very entertaining.

If you haven't watched it before--: entrepreneurs get three minutes to pitch their business ideas to five multi-millionaires who are willing to invest their own cash, time and expertise to kick-start the business. After the pitch the Dragons have the opportunity to ask questions about the venture. The entrepreneurs don't always have to answer, but of course, what they choose not to address could very well affect the outcome.

 

This is not a Trailer of the present show-- BBC have now stopped Youtube showing----its a trailer of an earlier series.

 

 

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2 hours ago, sanuk711 said:

Dragons' Den Best Ever Pitches...BBC  24/May

 

If you watch Dragons den---this is a 6 part (6 weeks) compilation from 2005 to present time. Its very entertaining.

If you haven't watched it before--: entrepreneurs get three minutes to pitch their business ideas to five multi-millionaires who are willing to invest their own cash, time and expertise to kick-start the business. After the pitch the Dragons have the opportunity to ask questions about the venture. The entrepreneurs don't always have to answer, but of course, what they choose not to address could very well affect the outcome.

 

This is not a Trailer of the present show-- BBC have now stopped Youtube showing----its a trailer of an earlier series.

 

 

You can tell a grim time is approaching - it will be be re-runs of dads army next.

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Yer there bound to run out of live shows soon------some of the discussion shows I watch, are being done by Skype,  I don't know how the soaps are going, Coronation St , East Ender's etc ...as I don't follow them.

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7 hours ago, recom273 said:

You can tell a grim time is approaching - it will be be re-runs of dads army next.

These are recommendations only not compulsory instructions....:sad:

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On 5/25/2020 at 8:20 AM, xylophone said:

Try this Mike.... https://www.aljazeera.com/programmes/specialseries/2019/06/men-stole-world-2008-financial-crisis-190611124411311.html 

 

Only available until June 20th apparently although it could probably be found via the doco maker's name.

That was excellent, thanks

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'you can tell a grim time is approaching ,it will be re runs of Dads Army next."

 

far better than the politically correct <deleted> that they constantly put out nowdays.

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3 hours ago, sanuk711 said:

Yer there bound to run out of live shows soon------some of the discussion shows I watch, are being done by Skype,  I don't know how the soaps are going, Coronation St , East Ender's etc ...as I don't follow them.

I'm hoping the last episode of Blacklist isn't a sign of the way things are going, the 1/2 computer generated 1/2 "Real Life" mix was painful to watch

 

 

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15 hours ago, petermik said:

These are recommendations only not compulsory instructions....:sad:

It wasn’t a criticism of the posters taste, It’s an observation - You can see that even Thai TV is re-running soaps made a few years ago, understandably, releases from the UK and US will dry up and these compilations and reruns will continue. 

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7 hours ago, recom273 said:

It wasn’t a criticism of the posters taste, It’s an observation - You can see that even Thai TV is re-running soaps made a few years ago, understandably, releases from the UK and US will dry up and these compilations and reruns will continue. 

Try Un Village Francais....7 series 12 episodes each english subs available...:thumbsup:

strictly recommendation only..not compulsory :clap2:

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"Iraq For Sale: The War Profiteers"

Robert Greenwald looks at war profiteering in Iraq by private contracting companies Halliburton, CACI, and KBR.

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0815181/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0

 

Hard to believe the Billions of dollars paid to the contracting companies :w00t:

 

Available on RARBG

 

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22 hours ago, worgeordie said:

City of Industry,   Harvey Keitel, Stephen Dorff, Timothy Hutton, 1997.

and older movie,but well worth a watch, jewelry heist gone wrong,

regards worgeordie

The 90s were the times for great crime movies.........I was in Oz up to about 96 (then moved here) seemed to be always something great on...Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction, True Romance, fight Club.......... maybe I'm just jaded now.

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Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich-------------- NetFlix The four-part documentary Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich will be available to watch on Netflix from Wednesday 27th May 2020.

 

Their firsthand accounts will be the focal point of Filthy Rich, a four part documentary series from director Lisa Bryant which will see survivors of Epstein share their stories, some for the very first time.....

 

contrary to some reports Prince Andrew will not be making a guest appearance.........................😆😆

 

 

 

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