Ross Kemp: Battle for the Amazon looks into the socio-economic and environmental pressures facing the Amazon regions of Brazil and Ecuador. The shows will explore the legacy of devastation created by a burgeoning global desire for energy, food and mineral resources.
Runtime: 45 minutes
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Great Ormond Street is a British television documentary series. It was first broadcast on BBC Two on 6 April 2010. Each episode focuses on a different department at the world famous Great Ormond Street Hospital. A second series aired in 2012, with the first episode on 8 May. The third series started filming late 2013, with the first of three episodes scheduled for transmission on 14 July 2015
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Great Ormond Street received positive reviews. Tom Sutcliffe of The Independent wrote that the series was “distinguished by the attention it paid to the limits of medical expertise”. Ceri Radford writing for The Daily Telegraph called the series “excellent” and added that “the sensitivity of [the] programme saved it from feeling voyeuristic”. John Crace of The Guardian said that the documentary “exposed us to the existential questions that doctors face on a daily basis – and which most documentaries avoid”, while Andrew Billen of The Times called it “extraordinarily frank”. Jane Simon for The Daily Mirror said that the programme was “made with great sensitivity” and Paul Whitelaw, writing for The Scotsman called the series “A sensitive study of tragedy and hope”. The second season started in May 2012.
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