The film won an 2016 International Emmy for Best Current Affairs
Nominated for a 2016 Bafta for Best Current Affairs film
Won a Royal Television Society award 2016 for Best International Current Affairs film
Won Amnesty International’s 2015 award for Best Human Rights documentary
Won a 2017 duPont Columbia award for Broadcast Journalism in the public interest
Won a Broadcast award 2016 for Best News & Current Affairs Programme
Won the London Foreign Press Association’s 2015 award for TV Feature Story of the year
Won the Overseas Press Club of America’s 2016 award for Best International Reporting (Broadcast)
Won the Robert F Kennedy Human Rights Center’s 2016 award for International Television
Won the 2016 Realscreen Award for Best Current Affairs
Nominated for a 2016 Edinburgh TV award for Best International Co-production
Shortlisted for a 2016 Grierson award for Best Current Affairs film

“Epic storytelling, heart-stopping television”
Broadcast Award Citation

“TV at its most unmissable… Escape From Isis is such an important documentary it ought to rank with the footage of British troops liberating Belsen.”
The Spectator

“A breathtakingly bold piece of journalism.”
The Guardian

“The most unforgettably powerful moments you will see on TV all year.”
Mail on Sunday

“Courageous”
The Times

“Urgent and important”
The Telegraph

“Watching Escape from ISIS reminded me of the power of all things televisual.”
Huffington Post

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  • Mother sends PINGU to the baker’s to fetch the bread bu in the process he steals a cake. He attempts to conceal is from his mother but she spots it and he has to go back to the baker’s shop and apologise. As a punishment PINGU must clean the chimney, which he promptly falls down but gets a cake as a thank you anyway. However PINGU is not best pleased when he discovers that, whilst he has been washing off the chimney dirt, Pinga has eaten his reward.

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