Channel 4 is renowned for it’s creative side and without it I don’t think the channel would be what it is today. For it’s latest season of programmes, ‘Disarming Britain’ looks at gun and knife crime in the UK and takes an ‘unflinching look at the increasing use of violence and weapons by young people on our nation’s streets.’
The promotional piece for this is genius, although the channel is only showing smaller versions before programmes, here is the full length one. Thanks to Gavin for the link.
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