Season 5, Episode 3 -"Mozambique" Ross investigates the violent and corrupt world of elephant poaching in Mozambique. If the slaughter continues at its current rate, the animal will be extinct in the country within five years, so he goes undercover to expose the traders who will sell ivory for export to the Far East. He discovers how weak the official response to the crisis has been and also reveals how China's growing prosperity increases demand HOMEPAGE-TV.com
RossKemp Extreme World Series 5: Mongolia Now this is something you don't see every day: far-right Mongolian nationalists driving through the streets of the capital Ulan Bator, dressed as Nazi stormtroopers to celebrate the birthday of Adolf Hitler, with swastikas at every turn. Certainly RossKemp looks bemused, but as ever, he's keen to find out what motivates such extreme behaviour.
Mongolia's in a bind: the largely Chinese-led mining boom that followed post-Soviet independence has faded, leaving most Mongolians on the bottom of the economic heap. And climate change is having a disastrous effect on traditional herding lifestyles. The nationalists are proud, and very aware that their very existence is on the line. But it's a twisted sense of history that sees Hitler as the natural successor to Genghis Khan...
Jeff Ross pokes fun at police in Boston and goes on a ride-along with officers to see what their work is like. Also: a conversation with Black Lives Matter activists. Season 01 , Episode 01 Roastmaster General Jeff Ross talks to Black Lives Matter activists, goes on an eye-opening police ride-along and roasts members of the Boston Police Department. HOMEPAGE-TV.com
BSkyB - RossKemp Extreme World Series 5: Colombia (2016) 720p HDTV x264-MVGroup HDTV | 1280x720 | .MKV/AVC @ 3313 Kbps | 44mn 26s | 1.17 GiB Audio: English AC3 384 kbps, 2 channels | Subs: English Genre: Documentary
BAFTA-winning documentary maker RossKemp takes on important global issues of our time. Entering some of the world's most dangerous locations, he tells the untold stories of those suffering war, crime, violence and poverty. In this episode RossKemp investigates how Colombia's drug trade is undermining the war-torn country's attempts to forge a peace accord after decades of civil war.