Unreported World

Unreported World is a TV series which first aired in the United Kingdom in 2001. The series stars Sandra Jordan, Marcel Theroux and Jonathan Miller. Sandra Jordan plays herself. Sandra Jordan is a reporter that travels to remote and odd locations in order to uncover stories ignored by other reporters and the general media.

This show is considered a foreign affairs broadcast which can be viewed on Channel 4 in the United Kingdom. One episode involved small children that for whatever reason become separated from their parents. Following the separation from their parents the children receive sympathy as well as financial support from various tourists.

Another interesting episode involved reporters traveling undercover to Indonesia. Once they reach their destination the reporters began to report of the large number of small children risking their lives by smoking. Reporters quickly learn that the number of children in Indonesia that smoke is rising dramatically each and every year.

Channel 4
2 Seasons, 16 Episodes
Documentary & Biography
Cast: Krishnan Guru-Murthy
Unreported World

Unreported World Full Episode Guide

  • Child preachers in Brazil are attracting large crowds and becoming celebrities, as the country's fast-growing evangelical movement gains religious and political power

  • Marcel Theroux investigates the growing national scandal in South Korea of modern-day slaves, many of whom have learning difficulties and worked for years on a remote island chain.

  • Kiki King investigates Mexico's fast-growing, multi-billion-dollar surrogacy industry.

  • Krishnan Guru-Murthy meets the television journalist in Sicily who's risking his life to expose the Mafia bosses whose tentacles still reach far into almost every aspect of life

  • Morland Sanders meets aid workers trying to reunite families divided by war in South Sudan.

  • Reporter Giles Duley visits a remarkable clinic for victims of acid attacks in Bangladesh.

  • Medics in Malawi are performing 15-minute operations that allow blind people to see.

  • How some Chinese hospitals use drugs and electric shock therapy to 'cure' gay people

  • In the disputed territory of Crimea, Marcel Theroux meets Tatar families worried about what Russian rule might bring and a young woman who hopes to become the first Tatar winner of Miss Crimea.

  • In South Africa, reporter Evan Williams and director Laura Warner meet the Black Mambas: the world's first all-female anti-poaching unit, who are battling to save the rhino from extinction

  • Ade Adepitan visits Cameroon to investigate how unscrupulous agents are preying on young footballers desperate for a career playing for teams in Europe and the Middle East. The programme reveals the plight of those who end up destitute in European cities when the promise of a contract never materialises, and meets others who don't even manage to leave Africa, having lost their families' life savings.

  • Reporter Krishnan Guru-Murthy and Director Daniel Bogado are in Cambodia meeting families torn apart by the Khmer Rouge genocide, now being reunited by reality TV.

  • Unreported World meets the health workers risking their lives to vaccinate children against polio in Pakistan, where the Taliban have issued a decree against vaccination

  • This episode meet the young children participating in the dangerous sport of bull-riding.This action-packed, eye-opening episode visits Texas to meet the young children participating in what has been described as the world's most dangerous organised sport: bull-riding

  • A unique, devastating insight into the last days in the battle between Kurdish fighters and Isis for the Syrian town of Kobani