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Original Sin

The show looks at the "sexual revolution" of the past half-century and how it has affected culture, science, and politics, here and around the world. Original Sin will touch on how sex on the Internet has collapsed traditional notions of privacy - hello Ashley Madison - and, of course, sexting. The series also will detail the campaign against sex robots in the UK, the Japanese bars where women can have a cocktail while enjoying a vibrator, and Thailand's move to include the term "third gender" in its constitution for the first time in an effort to ensure transgender and gay communities their legal rights.


All About Sex

Featuring the wild, insightful, and relatable opinions and ideas of four incredibly different and accomplished women - Margaret Cho, Heather McDonald, Marissa Jaret Winokur and Dr. Tiffanie Davis Henry - the weekly series will take on the latest headlines, break down the "behind closed doors" conversations about sex and love, and connect with women via social media to answer question and dispel misconceptions about what could be considered America's favorite pastime.


Citizenfour

This movie places viewers in the hotel room with Poitras, Greenwald and Snowden as they attempt to manage the media storm raging outside, forced to make quick decisions that will affect their lives and all around them. The documentary not only shows the dangers of governmental surveillance, but makes audiences feel them. After seeing the film, viewers will never think the same way about their phone, e-mail, credit cards, web browser or digital footprint again.


Tonight
ITV,

2001

| Current Events, News
Rating: 4/5

Tonight is a long-running ITV news-magazine, focusing on current affairs and and investigative issues. From 1999-2007, the show was known as "Tonight with Trevor McDonald".


The Big Questions

The Big Questions is presented by Nicky Campbell. The series discusses various different ethical and religious topics with different guests each week.


Stand Up To Cancer

This show be hosted by Alan Carr and Davina McCall. With medical updates from Dr Christian Jessen. Featuring stars such as Cheryl Cole, JLS and Emeli Sande the benefit hosted on Channel 4 is aiming to raise money for leading UK cancer charities.


Charlie Rose Weekend

The half-hour version of his PBS interview program produced out of Thirteen/WNET in New York since 1991, will be a combination of new and re-purposed material.


Unsafe Sex in the City

Unsafe Sex in the City examines how unsafe unprotected sex is and how it effects Britain's youth as it follows life at a Manchester STI clinic.


Big Brother's Bit on the Psych

Each week a presenter will be joined by a panel of psychologists and behavioural experts to discuss the past weeks goings on in the 'Big Brother' house.


Blood Road Bomb Squad

It is considered one of the most dangerous and heavily-mined countries in the world. For the specially trained soldiers tasked with finding and destroying bombs on Afghanistan's roads, there is no such thing as a typical day on the job.


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