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Films Online Now

Some of Joshua Baker’s work is available online below

 BBC 3 / BBC 1 / BBC World / IPlayer - Duration 33 - Sky Arts - Duration 45 - Winner of One World Media Award - Listed for 2 Greirsons  8.2/10 IMDB -  ”Exemplary of popular journalism at its bravest, most insightful and empathetic. They  {award judges}  felt that the presenters’ connection with her contributor was powerfully authentic and this enabled not only a window for the audience onto a conflict and region that can feel overwhelming and confusing, but also gave catharsis for the main character at the heart of the story. Unflinching and compelling.” -  Ninder Billing, Executive Producer at The Garden

BBC 3 / BBC 1 / BBC World / IPlayer - Duration 33 - Sky Arts - Duration 45 - Winner of One World Media Award - Listed for 2 Greirsons

8.2/10 IMDB - ”Exemplary of popular journalism at its bravest, most insightful and empathetic. They {award judges} felt that the presenters’ connection with her contributor was powerfully authentic and this enabled not only a window for the audience onto a conflict and region that can feel overwhelming and confusing, but also gave catharsis for the main character at the heart of the story. Unflinching and compelling.” - Ninder Billing, Executive Producer at The Garden

 BBC 1 / BBC World / IPlayer - Duration 30 - Listed for One World Media Award  8.5/10 IMDB - Benjamin Zand and Producer Joshua Baker investigate the extraordinary scale of people-smuggling across sub-Saharan Africa, asking if EU efforts to tackle the smugglers could be leaving some migrants in an ever more dangerous limbo. They reveal how hard it will be to stop the trade and trace the smuggling route from the shores of Libya, the gateway to Europe, back through the ghettos in the deserts of Niger, where the local economy is dependent upon human trafficking. From there it’s onto the start of the so called ‘Migrant Trail’ in Nigeria, where they meet smugglers preparing to traffic those desperate for a new life. Little do they know what lays ahead.

BBC 1 / BBC World / IPlayer - Duration 30 - Listed for One World Media Award

8.5/10 IMDB - Benjamin Zand and Producer Joshua Baker investigate the extraordinary scale of people-smuggling across sub-Saharan Africa, asking if EU efforts to tackle the smugglers could be leaving some migrants in an ever more dangerous limbo. They reveal how hard it will be to stop the trade and trace the smuggling route from the shores of Libya, the gateway to Europe, back through the ghettos in the deserts of Niger, where the local economy is dependent upon human trafficking. From there it’s onto the start of the so called ‘Migrant Trail’ in Nigeria, where they meet smugglers preparing to traffic those desperate for a new life. Little do they know what lays ahead.

Frontline PBS / The Guardian - Duration 30
2x Emmy Nominated / Listed for a Greirson / Runner up Frontline Award / Listed for a One World Media Award