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Cutting Edge, Channel 4's flagship documentary series, offers distinctive, compelling films that offer a snapshot of modern life.
David Baddiel's dad Colin has Pick's disease. This intimate, moving and sometimes funny documentary explores the impact that Colin's condition has on his sons' relationship with him.
Every day a child in England and Wales loses a family member through murder or manslaughter. This powerful Cutting Edge film meets eight such families as they attend the UK's only residential weekend for children bereaved by murder or manslaughter. A Killing in My Family tells the stories of children and families whose lives have changed overnight, and the extraordinary team of grief professionals from the charity Winston's Wish who are helping to rebuild them.
On a cold dark December day in 2015, a tall grey haired man entered a London train station, bought a return ticket to Manchester and never came back. The following day his body was found on Saddleworth Moor, near Oldham. He was poorly dressed for the weather and carried few clues to identify him - no phone, no wallet, no passport or driving licence. For 12 months his identity remained a mystery. With exclusive access to the year long investigation by detectives from Greater Manchester Police, Mystery of the Man on the Moor tells the remarkable story of their painstaking work to identify him and to understand his lonely death. The film features previously unseen footage of the key moments of discovery as well as moving interviews with the man's family and former girlfriend who, despite extensive media coverage, both at home and abroad, had no idea he was missing.
Whether our children are behaving worse than ever before or our schools have got keener to weed out the ones that are being naughty, in 2017 record numbers of children are being permanently excluded from primary schools. Filmed over two terms at The Rosebery - a short stay school in Norfolk - this Cutting Edge documentary follows six excluded primary children who make up its youngest class. Young, funny and riotous, the children sulk, rage, delight, make friends, try to be good and, above all, hope to find new primary schools that will give them another chance. Intimately filmed from the point of view of the children, the programme reveals what it feels like to be excluded at seven.
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