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Tonight reporter Georgie Barrat investigates how hackers can put our security at risk. In 2017 the average home is now more connected than ever before. Many of us own devices which are Wi-Fi enabled, and connect straight to the internet - from smart TVs and baby monitors, to smoke alarms and fridges. But while living in tech-savvy houses will bring plenty of benefits there's also growing concern about the security of the things we're installing in our homes.
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Planet Earth has been home to humankind for over 200,000 years, but with a population of 7.3 billion and counting and limited resources, this planet might not support us forever. Professor Stephen Hawking thinks the human species will have to populate a new planet within 100 years if it is to survive. With climate change, pollution, deforestation, pandemics and population growth, our own planet is becoming increasingly precarious.
India's Partition: The Forgotten Story In this documentary, British film-maker Gurinder Chadha, director of Bend It Like Beckham and Viceroy's House, travels from Southall to Delhi to find out about the Partition of India - one of the most seismic events of the 20th century. Partition saw India divided into two new nations - independent India and Pakistan. The split led to violence, disruption and death.
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Teeming with marine wildlife, our oceans are full of fascinating stories - like that of the sperm whale, the biggest predator on earth that lives in the Mediterranean alongside the elusive monk seal. Underwater filmmaker Thomas Behrend takes us to the habitat of the ocean sunfish with the help of a high-tech submarine camera. And while giant octopuses and manatees are the heroes of another story, a marine biologist tells us about her unique friendship with a dolphin on the Irish coast.
In the middle of the economic crisis, in the shadow of Wall Street, an institution that represents another American tradition is growing. It is the food cooperative of Park Slope, a self-managed supermarket where 16,000 members work 3 hours a month to have the right to buy the best food in New York City at the cheapest prices.
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Assembled in China" but designed in California, Japan or Europe: that's been the story of China for the past 30 years. But now China is pouring billions into innovation in a bid to produce the next breakthrough products and ideas. For Our World, the BBC's China Editor, Carrie Gracie, explores whether China's great push to innovate is succeeding, or whether cultural factors hold China back from becoming a truly innovative power. She meets the startup innovators building their own 3D printers and robots and she visits a state-funded telescope whose cutting edge China-designed technology, enables it to see more of the sky than any other.
Looks at the black market website known as the Silk Road, which emerged on the darknet in 2011. This 'Amazon of illegal drugs' was the brainchild of a mysterious, libertarian intellectual operating under the avatar The Dread Pirate Roberts. Promising its users complete anonymity and total freedom from government regulation or scrutiny, Silk Road became a million-dollar digital drugs cartel.
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Millions of motorists rely on the M6 for journeys up and down the country. But many are unaware of the vast scale of work needed to keep the road open and flowing. In this Documentary series we follow the workers who keep the traffic flowing on one of the busiest stretches of road in Britain, where the country's longest motorway, the M6, meets four other major routes