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>Our World: The World’s Most Dangerous Hospital has been nominated for Best International Investigative Documentary at the 2015 Association of International Broadcasting Awards (AIBs). Wish us luck at the awards ceremony on Nov 4th in London.

>The BBC Our World documentary Deported to Afghanistan was broadcast on 17th July to great impact, with special reports on the BBC Six and Ten O’Clock News, Radio 4’s World Tonight, Radio 5 Live and the Victoria Derbyshire Show on BBC2.  Over seven months Reporter Chris Rogers and Self-shooting Producer Marshall Corwin followed the stories of young Afghan men who fled war-torn Afghanistan as children and made a home in Britain, only to be deported back to Afghanistan when they turn eighteen.   

>The BBC Our World documentary The World’s Most Dangerous Hospital prompted immediate reaction from the Guatemalan Government. Within a day of broadcast the Health Minister made an emergency visit to the institution promising urgent action.

Marshall Corwin (Producer/Camera) and Chris Rogers (Reporter) filmed undercover in Guatemala City’s notorious mental hospital. The disturbing documentary was broadcast on BBC World News and BBC News Channel on the weekend of 5 December 2014, along with a half hour radio documentary on BBC World Service in the ‘Assignment’ strand.

>The powerful Panorama Special Brazil: In the Shadow of the Stadiums (Producer/Camera: Marshall Corwin, Reporter: Chris Rogers) was broadcast on BBC1 at 10:35pm on 4 June 2014, winning its slot with an 18% share and a live audience of 2.3 million. Many expressed shock and revulsion at what the documentary revealed about the host country of the World Cup and 2016 Olympics. A shorter version of the film was the lead item on Newsnight on BBC2 on 3 June.

> After eighteen months of negotiation, Marshall Corwin (Producer/Camera) and Chris Rogers (Reporter) gained unprecedented access to North Korea, filming a documentary openly for the first time in the regime’s history. The resulting BBC film, Panorama: Educating North Korea, was first broadcast on BBC1 in the UK at 8:30pm on 3 Feb 2014, and has also been seen across the world.