Barrie Goulding

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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.[1]

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.[2] Executions, as the title suggests, features footage of a number of executions, moreover opening the debate on the Death Penalty.[3][4]

In 1994, Barrie Goulding was responsible for the marketing campaign launching the first of the UK's reality video programmes "Police Stop!".[5] This programme led the way for the numerous reality programmes now seen on UK TV.[citation needed]

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  1. ^ Executions (1995) at the Internet Movie Database
  2. ^ 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. 
  3. ^ 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. 
  4. ^ 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. 
  5. ^ 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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