They are about to immerse themselves in the extraordinary daily lives of some rather ordinary individuals, paying tribute to them in the meantime. With each their own specific approach, our « ingenous » hosts will dive into usually inaccessible worlds – at least to the general public – in this 7-documentary collection featuring 7 realms of activity and 7 out-of-the-ordinary jobs.
Fighter pilots, emergency care doctors or even child-protection cops … all of them jobs one pratices only by calling, sometimes with a constant threat to one’s life. Benjamin Castaldi & Carole Rousseau therefore abandon the confort of the TV studios to go meet & shine light on these individuals with these high-risk jobs.
In their missions or in training, during 1 week, day and night, our 2 hosts become reporters and follow them deep in the heart of the action but also during the downtime, trying to understand how they feel but their motivations, joys and moments of doubt.
Officially, it’s for our own good: radioactivity is effective in killing germs and limiting the risks of food poisoning. But this technology might also have side effects on our health and thus remains on of the food industry’s most obscure pratices to date.
During their investigation, the CAPA team met with both a professional from the industrial irradiation world and one of the only researchers to have proved the link between irradiated food & cancer, trying to balance both side of the debate. They also shone a light on the issue of labelling and consumer information, an often neglected element that sometimes leads to fraud.
Fraud which they themselves undercovered in Belgium … nothing much can said about this health scandal as it is still under official investigation but it seems irradiation was used to freshen up rotten chicken carcasses that were then sold to the general public.
Be careful at what you put in your plates from now on!
In this new 90’ documentary episode, produced by Capa Presse, we are shown the hidden side of Mexico through its crimes and criminal cases: “tell me what crime you’re reading about, I will tell you where you live…” is the motto of the show.
For his in-depth investigation, the chef, a former military man, accompanies criminal cases’ journalists, goes to crime scene with weary police squads, follows night patrols with their lot of chases and arrests … he’ll be confronted with the hidden side of the American dream with a “passport for crime” in his pocket!
To learn more: http://www.13emerue.fr/shows/passeport-pour-le-crime
A few of the producer’s most recent successes, “D comme Débrouille”, “Global Gâchis”, “Goldman Sachs” et “Viol, elles se manifestent”.