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Dispatches

  • 1987
  • News and current affairs
  • Documentary and factual

Summary

"Dispatches" is an ongoing series of investigative and topical documentaries that have been broadcast on Channel 4 since 1987. It covers issues ranging from politics, health and religion to international current affairs and the environment. The first episode on October 30, 1987, featured a report on the black market in weapons grade uranium operated from Khartoum. Other episodes in the long-running series have included a report in 1989 on the widespread use of anabolic steroids in horse racing, an undercover investigation in 1999 into Britain's sex slave trade, and an examination in 2009 of the terrorist attack that year on Mumbai from the point-of-view of victims, security forces and perpetrators.

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Episode 1: Did Brexit Work for Business? Dispatches

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Harry Wallop reports on the impact that leaving the EU has had on Britain's import and export businesses, many of whom are struggling with increased costs, new tariffs and dwindling profits. The programme examines the evidence for whether the rising costs of EU trade are here to stay or simply bumps along the road

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PresenterHarry Wallop
ProducerMark Alden
DirectorMark Alden

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