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Barrie Goulding is a UK TV producer who has produced several controversial videos, among them Caught In The Act and Executions.
Caught In The Act features uncensored CCTV footage of, among other things, armed robberies, drug deals, and coverage of the scandal over the Princess Diana video spy controversy. Executions, as the title suggests, features footage of a number of executions, moreover opening the debate on the Death Penalty.
In 1994, Barrie Goulding was responsible for the marketing campaign launching the first of the UK's reality video programmes "Police Stop!". This programme led the way for the numerous reality programmes now seen on UK TV.
- Executions (1995) at the Internet Movie Database
- Roland Watson (November 26, 1995). "ANTI-CRIME SEX STORM;NEW GUIDELINES ARE BEING DRAWN UP TO PREVENT FILMS OF COUPLES HAVING SEX IN PUBLIC BEING SOLD ON VIDEO". Sunday Mirror.
- David Rowe And Caroline Sutton (August 3, 1997). "THE SICKEST MAN IN BRITAIN; ...he wants to sell you a video of nurses being beheaded by Saudis". Sunday Mirror. Retrieved October 15, 2010.
- David Norris (June 19, 1995). "Real live murders, on the shelf at WH Smith;OUTRAGED MPs DEMAND A BAN ON 'SCANDALOUS' EXECUTIONS VIDEO". Daily Mail.
- Jonathan Glancey (November 28, 1995). "You've been framed!; Video cameras cut crime, but do they infringe our rights? The couple caught in the lift probably think so, writes Jonathan Glancey". The Independent.
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