Typhoon Haiyan: Eye of the Storm

Typhoon Haiyan: Eye of the Storm (SKY 1)

Typhoon Haiyan swept through the Philippines and left a trail of destruction in its wake, with winds that gusted up to 270km/h creating walls of water two storeys high. Thousands of people have died and millions more are struggling to survive, desperate for food, water and shelter, in a crisis that has triggered one of the world's biggest relief operations. The full impact of Typhoon Haiyan is explored in this heartbreaking but insightful documentary combining extraordinary first-hand accounts from survivors, footage from several dedicated film crews on the ground in the Philippines, and expert testimony from renowned scientists.

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China: Inventing Innovation

Inventing Innovation (Al Jazeera)

China's government has called on authors and artists to create great works and make China a cultural superpower.

For years, China has been promoting a policy of "indigenous innovation" - favouring domestic firms who develop their own technologies.

But it has also put China on a collision course with major trading partners, some of whom accuse it of unfair trade practices and theft of intellectual property.

Sichuan Earthquake, Remembered

Sichuan Earthquake, Remembered

A video prepared for a UNICEF event to thank donors and supporters of quake-relief efforts in Sichuan. The video and photos were shot by Diego Herrero and others. Edited by Steve Nettleton and Diego Herrero.

Ma Yan: the Girl Who Wanted to Go to School

Ma Yan: "I want to go to school"

Ma Yan, who as a schoolgirl wrote a diary that gave the world an unprecedented glimpse into the lives of families in rural China, now prepares to move to France to study. We look back at how her diary came to touch so many people around the globe, and at how the legacy of her experience is helping more young children in Ningxia stay in school.