- Jamie Doran
Jamie Doran is an Irish documentary
filmmakerwho worked for the BBCfor seven years before he set up his own television company.Fact|date=September 2008
*"Guinea Pig Kids" - Portrayed standard medical care of black and Hispanic HIV-positive children at the
Incarnation Children's Centerin New Yorkas "toxic experiments" without the consent of guardians or relatives. The BBC has upheld complaints that this documentary breached editorial guidelines on accuracy and impartiality, acknowledging that it made false claims and was biased towards the views of AIDS denialists. [ [http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2007/oct/23/2 'Serious concern' at BBC over flawed HIV film] , published in " The Guardian". Accessed October 31 2007.] [AidsTruth.org, [http://www.aidstruth.org/BBC-Apologizes-for-HIV-Denialist-Bias.php BBC Admits that "Guinea Pig Kids" is Misleading, Erroneous] ]
*"Jimmy Johnstone: Lord of the Wing" - On Jimmy 'Jinky' Johnstone, a Celtic and Scotland football hero of the '60s and '70s who struggled with
motor neurone disease.
*"The Need for Speed" - Alleges that
The Pentagongives mind-altering drugs to its soldiers and airmen, resulting in the deaths of military personnel and innocent civilians.
*"" or "Massacre at Mazar" - Claims that U.S. military and
CIAagents were present when Afghan allies allegedly massacred thousands of Taliban fighters who surrendered after the battle of Mazari Sharifin Afghanistan in November, 2001. [http://www.probetv.tv/films.html=1]
*"Starman" - Covers the story of
Yuri Gagarin, the first human in space.
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