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A series of documentaries that follows children from across the world with a unique story to tell.
Child genius Kashmea has an IQ of 162, more than Einstein and Stephen Hawking, but instead of trying to solve the mysteries of the universe she is focused on solving a problem closer to home. Following the death of a close family friend due to an allergic reaction, Kashmea decides to put her coding skills and intelligence to good use to try to solve a massive problem. We join Kashmea as she attempts to design, research and launch the Speciall app which helps children with allergies and also wheelchair users to find accessible eating-out options.
The child homelessness epidemic in the UK has risen 12 per cent in the last year and there are increasing numbers of families in temporary accommodation, despite the regulation that no child should be living in a B&B for over six weeks. In this insightful, heart-wrenching film we meet Jade, Sensi and Henry, three children affected by the crisis. Almost exclusively filmed on phones, they take us into their world to show the effect of temporary accommodation on families. We follow the trio as they desperately strive not to let their living conditions set them back. For Jade, her dream of being a human rights lawyer is inspired by her homelessness and her desire that no other child should be left in the same position as her. Sensi wants everyone to know that homelessness doesn't just apply to old men living in shop doorways, while Henry's ambitions of becoming a Chelsea footballer are put at risk by living through constant evictions.
Documentary following Zimbabwean teenager Tanya, who has been training to become the first African female to win an International Motor cross race since she was five. She has just a few months to prepare for the ride of her life, at the MXGP Championships. We follow her journey to the UK as she realizes her dream.
This film revisits three remarkable Syrian refugee children whose lives in Za'atari refugee camp featured in award-winning 2015 documentary My Life: The Boy on the Bicycle.
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