Meet one of the world's great leaders for political and social change in Richard Attenborough's biopic of Gandhi's fight for Indian independence.
As the first woman to lead an Islamic nation, former Pakistani PM Benazir Bhutto's life story unfolds like a tale of Shakespearean dimensions.
The US is the world leader in solitary confinement, with more than 80,000 American prisoners being held in isolation. In recent years, more than 30 states have begun to experiment with reforms aimed at reducing the use of solitary. Filmed over three years, this searing documentary offers the most comprehensive exploration of this controversial practice, with immersive, unprecedented access to the solitary unit at Maine State Prison. It portrays the psychological integration of human beings, and the challenge of how to deal with men considered the most dangerous and difficult in the state.
The US incarcerates more juveniles than any other country. Vice News and Michael K Williams investigate this trend and how it affects those stuck in the system.
It's one of the most divisive infrastructure projects in American history. Vice News examines the rhetoric and reality behind Trump's border wall between the United States and Mexico.
Not all US schools are treated equally. Despite decades of protests, court victories, and political pledges, some schools still lack resources that are barriers to student success.
Margot makes an important discovery that leads her to believe that Sofie is imprisoned at Barton. Clare cuts a deal with Ameer that will change his and Mina's futures.
Tensions run high as Clare struggles to keep control of Barton. Sofie's mental health deteriorates as the memory of what Gordon did to her is resurrected.
A peaceful protest turns chaotic as detainees break out of Barton, and Clare struggles with the fallout. Cam discovers Janice is harbouring the escapees, and Ameer tries to keep the secret of how he made it to Australia.
Clare's relentless hunt for the leak in Barton pays off, while Cam wrestles with his conscience over the beaten detainee. Sofie uncovers an ambitious escape plan.
For civilians in war torn Syria, hope and safety lie in an underground hospital run by a young female pediatrician working in unimaginable horror.
Libbi Gorr hosts a hard-hitting and humorous debate for International Women's Day, featuring an all-star line-up of Virginia Trioli, Geraldine Hicket, Indira Naidoo, Vika Bull, and Nadine Gardner.
Ambitious bureaucrat Clare Kowitz arrives at Barton as the new general manager and is struck by the extent of the facility's dysfunction. Ameer makes it to Australia only to discover tragic news awaits him.
Several Vice correspondents plus founder Suroosh Alvi provide exclusive, never-before-seen footage as they journey through Syria, Ukraine, the South China Sea, and South Korea for firsthand accounts of ongoing crises.
Before the 30th anniversary of the Vancouver Pride Society, Ken Coolen examines gay pride celebrations internationally. He travels to places where pride is steeped in protest to experience the powerful oppression that still exists.
Based on the future Supreme Court Justice, Thurgood Marshall, who defends a black chauffeur in 1941 against his wealthy socialite employer.
A man has arrived in the country without any clothes in his bag and only has random objects that could be the perfect hiding place for illegal goods. Bad karma lies ahead when a group of men say they are only here to worship the gods at a temple but there's evidence they have other plans for their stay in Australia. A specialised mobile unit is called in to investigate some suspicious material that has been seen on the X-ray machine.
As President Donald Trump declares war on MS-13 and points to the killings on Long Island to justify efforts to ramp up deportations, The Gang Crackdown investigates the fraught relationship between immigrant communities and law enforcement, and whether the crackdown is making Long Island safer - or scapegoating innocent Hispanic teenagers.
This is the story of the apartment in downtown Johannesburg that, between the late 1940s and early 1960s, became a hub of resistance against apartheid.
John Pilger's documentary goes to the heart of the struggle for democracy today. Britain's National Health Service, the NHS, was the world's first universal public health service. Designed to give millions of people freedom from fear, the NHS today is under threat of being sold off and converted to a free market model inspired by America's disastrous health insurance system, which results in the death every year of an estimated 45,000 people. Now President Trump says the NHS is on the table in any future trade deal with America. Filmed in Britain and the United States, this timely, compelling documentary touches us all and reveals what may be the last battle to preserve the most fundamental human right.
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