Digital Documentaries

An open school for underprivileged children in Pakistan

Master Ayub is an educator and civil defence worker who has dedicated his life to educating poor Pakistani children. He started out alone, teaching many children in Islamabad who work to support their families and cannot attend regular school. This unique school has no ceiling or walls and lacks tables and chairs for its students. This is Master Ayub’s open air school and any child who wants to learn is welcome. #Pakistan #MasterAyub #OpenSchool

Sevan Bıçakçı: A Star Jeweller | In Conversation | Showcase

Sevan Bıçakçı: A Star Jeweller | In Conversation | Showcase

Hundreds of students are missing after gunmen raid school in Nigeria

Hundreds of students are missing after gunmen raid school in Nigeria

Revisiting Osman Hamdi

Revisiting Osman Hamdi

What is NFAC?

What is NFAC?

How Turkish is Berlin?

How Turkish is Berlin?

My Turkiye: Catalhoyuk, an insight into early urban life

My Turkiye: Catalhoyuk, an insight into early urban life

Following our hearts, returning to our roots

Following our hearts, returning to our roots

Why are Yemen’s children starving?

Why are Yemen’s children starving?

My Turkey: Mastic, the jewel of Alacati

My Turkey: Mastic, the jewel of Alacati

Breaking Bread - A father-figure for Berlin's homeless

Breaking Bread - A father-figure for Berlin's homeless

The difference between refugees and migrants | I Got A Story to Tell | S2E13

The difference between refugees and migrants | I Got A Story to Tell | S2E13

It’s Me, Painter of the Sultans

It’s Me, Painter of the Sultans

Barcelona vs Real Madrid: The politics behind El Clasico | Spolitix | S2E2

Barcelona vs Real Madrid: The politics behind El Clasico | Spolitix | S2E2

It’s Me, the Mother of the Mountains

It’s Me, the Mother of the Mountains

What happened in Azerbaijan?

What happened in Azerbaijan?

The UK’s biggest Middle Eastern restaurant chain | Taste of Colours | E6

The UK’s biggest Middle Eastern restaurant chain | Taste of Colours | E6

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