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Holocaust survivor, Roman Halter, shares his experiences and talks of his family and friends who were taken away from him during the Nazi regime.
Who do members of the public hold responsible for childhood obesity?
Interviews with random members of the public reveal why people believe bullying happens, what they consider bullying to be and who they believe is most likely to get bullied.
Members of the public talk about their various phobias, rational and irrational, and how they are affected by them.
Young adults discuss how their parents brought them up and how they envisage bringing up their children.
What is the House of Lords? How did it come to be? This short animated film from Parliament Education Service explores what the House of Lords is and how its role has evolved over time.
What is the House of Commons? How did it come to be? This short animated film from Parliament Education Service explores the history, role, work and membership of the Commons.
What is most precious to you? What would you be willing to sacrifice? What have you sacrificed? Members of the public share their stories.
What is sacred? For many people, the word “sacred” no longer has a religious meaning, but Professor Gordon Lynch argues that there are still some things we all agree are sacred.
We hear the word “jihad” used all over the media, but what does it really mean? An Imam, a Muslim youth worker and a Muslim journalist describe what jihad means to them.
Life is like a maze: we all have to make decisions about which direction to take, and it can be difficult to know which way to go. Religious people have their leaders and holy books to guide them, but what if you don’t believe in God?
A short film dispelling any myths about the gay community by Out and About, a project of Youth Action. Made as part of the BoldVoices programme in partnership with BoldFace Productions and Community Foundation Northern Ireland.