Limit search to available items
Streaming video

Title Dateline: Rough Justice/Orchestra Of Dreams/Diyala's Dark Days
Published Australia : SBS ONE, 2012
Online access available from:
Informit EduTV    View Resource Record  


Description 1 online resource (streaming video file) (52 min. 27 sec.) ; 316111425 bytes
Summary Dateline reports on the punishment attacks and killings of suspected drug dealers, which are adding to the long-standing divide in Northern Ireland; How a classical music institute in the slums of Sao Paulo has given thousands of young people a brighter future and follow the special Iraqi police unit tackling al-Qaeda's key base in Diyala, as the terrorist group brings misery to local people.ROUGH JUSTICEKneecapping by vigilantes sounds like something from the past, but in part of Northern Ireland it's increasingly being used against people suspected of dealing drugs. On Tuesday's Dateline, Evan Williams reports on the punishment attacks and killings that are adding to the long-standing divide between people in Londonderry, or Derry as Irish Republicans call it. Republican Action Against Drugs has the support of some, in a deprived area where the police aren't trusted, but it's forced others to flee under threat of death, leaving behind divided and bereaved families. And there's concern about the group's new amalgamation with other IRA factions and a return to the violent conflict over whether Northern Ireland should be British or Irish.ORCHESTRA OF DREAMSWhen a devastating fire killed seven people in Sao Paulo's slums in 1996, it started a movement which has given thousands of young people a brighter future. Famous Brazilian composer Silvio Baccarelli was so moved by what happened, he founded a classical music institute, which has grown from a handful of students to over a thousand. On Tuesday's Dateline, Aaron Lewis meets the students as they perform at one of Brazil's most celebrated concert halls, and hears how their music has inspired a generation in the Heliopolis favela.DIYALA'S DARK DAYSDiyala in Iraq is a major base for al-Qaeda, with few residents unaffected by the terrorist group. On Tuesday's Dateline, Fouad Hady joins a special unit of the Iraqi Police as they hunt for the terrorists, under constant fear of attack. But how can police hope to tackle a lawless group that seems to have woven its way into every part of life in Diyala? Inside the homes, businesses and farms of ordinary Iraqis, Fouad finds a trail of misery left behind by killings, rapes and violent attacks. Reaching places where journalists rarely go, Fouad offers another insight into the hardship of life in his home country
Event Broadcast 2012-08-14 at 21:30:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Drug abuse -- Prevention.
Drug traffic.
Fires -- Casualties.
Music -- Instruction and study.
Terrorism -- Prevention.
Terrorism investigation.
Northern Ireland.
Iraq -- Diyala.
Form Streaming video
Author Hakim, Yalda, host
Hady, Fouad, reporter
Lewis, Aaron, reporter
Williams, Evan, reporter
Al Shammari, Jamal, contributor
Alkhali, Ashwaq, contributor
Allen, William, contributor
Brady, Hugh, contributor
Coyle, Raymond, contributor
Desouza, Amelia, contributor
Desouza, Denise, contributor
Diab Mohamed, Samir, contributor
Donnelly, Garry, contributor
Ham Madhi, Al, contributor
Hassan, A. (Ali), contributor
Karabtchevsky, Isaac, contributor
McCourt, Tom, contributor
McDonald, Henry, contributor
Smith, Donna, contributor
Ventureli, Edilson, contributor
Yates, Chris, contributor