Stephen Fry narrates this new series which tests to see if the people of Great Britain really are 'great' and can be heroes when faced with a particularly challenging situation. Eye Spy features ingenious hidden camera stunts that throw up assorted moral dilemmas and psychological conundrums to wrestle with, challenging the notion inherent in many news stories that our 'once great nation is going to the dogs'. You may say you'd do the right thing in a highly-pressured situation, but only when you're actually in the moment can you ever really know.

Eye Spy - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2013-06-27

Eye Spy - Eye Spy Magazine - Netflix

Eye Spy Magazine (International Intelligence Magazine in the United Kingdom) is a magazine that is published by Eye Spy Publishing Ltd. from North Yorkshire, England. In the United States, it is edited in New York City, in the Empire State Building.

Eye Spy - History and profile - Netflix

Eye Spy was started by Mark Birdsall in 2000. The magazine deals with international intelligence stories, many of which have to do with such subjects as Al Qaeda, the destruction of TWA flight 800, the ex-Soviet Union, spies and their careers, the history of espionage, global terrorism and a wide array of other controversial issues all of which have to do with 'intelligence'. The magazine claims to obtain its information from different intelligence group sources worldwide. Eye Spy has featured articles which discuss and analyze 'James Bond' style spy technology on a perfectly serious level. There are also often glowing endorsements of training courses or instructional material marketed by companies linked to some of the magazine's regular contributors. The magazine reports that it is required reading for actual intelligence industry professionals. Eye Spy is an independent magazine and is sold in 36 different countries.

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