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Our Dancing Traffic Cop is a traffic hit

Our Dancing Traffic Cop is a traffic hit

Wednesday 8 December 2010
Rockhopper goes viral! Our Youtube video of this dancing traffic cop in Abuja, Nigeria, has reached 160,000 views, popping up as a featured video on sites around the world, and making our rhythmic…
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Anya moderates at Cancun Climate Conference

Anya moderates at Cancun Climate Conference

Wednesday 1 December 2010
Rockhopper director Anya Sitaram will be moderating a high level panel  at the UNFCC Climate Conference in Cancun next week. Organised by the European Commission and for an invited audience, …
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Rockhopper returns to Antarctica

Rockhopper returns to Antarctica

Tuesday 5 October 2010
Rockhopper is back in Antarctica this December - it's a 3rd visit for the company and a 6th for Richard.   Richard, Beth Jones and Mike Arnott will be heading to the British Antarctic…
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London Cinema screening for 'Survival'

London Cinema screening for 'Survival'

Thursday 16 September 2010
At the end September The Clapham Picture House held a special screening of our film about neglected diseases: 'Distant Places, Forgotten Lives'.  The influential audience took part in a debat…
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'Survival' runs PBS

'Survival' runs PBS

Monday 26 April 2010
Our series Survival is running on 75 PBS stations in 50 markets across the USA, for a total of 435 telecasts reaching 32-percent of households. We have prime time transmissions in Los Angeles, San…
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'Kill or Cure?' season 7 on BBC World

'Kill or Cure?' season 7 on BBC World

Monday 25 January 2010
Our long running series 'Kill or Cure?' is back for a 7th series.  It launches with a look at the world of counterfeit drugs and moves on to cover diabetes, strokes, the medical brain drain a…
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