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Recently, the History Channel International had a feature entitled White Slaves, Pirate Gold, which included a portion on Jan Jansen. They also discussed the sack of Baltimore (Ireland), which has been attributed to Jan. I guess the feature was produced in 2003. I can't find a date for re-showing.
Sorry I didn't let everyone know sooner.
"In 1995, amateur marine archaeologists made an important and valuable discovery of Islamic gold. But what was the 17th century vessel, laden with treasure, doing off England's coast? For the first time, a professional team explores the site in attempt to reveal the vessel's true identity. Could it be the wreck of a Barbary pirate ship? For 200 years, Barbary pirates plundered shipping and coastal villages, taking over a million "white slaves" to be ransomed or sold in North African slave markets."