June of 1973 in Santiago de Chile. Leonardo Henrichsen, an Argentine cameraman films his own death. Thirty-three years later, Ernesto Carmona, a Chilean journalist, discovers the identity of the man who shot him. This is a film about one of the most famous images in history. It is a film about a group of journalists filming a continent sinking in violence, and offers an opportunity to see very rare and revealing archival material from the last 40 years. It is a journey across the recent history of Latin America as seen through the life and images of a single man.
When Richard Milhous Nixon was elected 37th president of the US in 1968, the country was profoundly religious and political choices were accepted in the name of God and country. This documentary explores his coming to power - achieved by his constant use of manipulation, lies and secrecy.
The inspiring story of Enzo Maiorca, a free-diving legend and world record holder; and Hunting and studying giant crabs in Tasmania.
Why would two sane people travel to war-torn Afghanistan for their honeymoon? Honeymoon In Kabul follows newlyweds Maggie Haertsch and clown doctor Jean Paul Bell on their whirlwind mission to take medical aid and humour to the children of Kabul.
The classic documentary series examining the inner workings during ten years of the Australian Labor Party including the Keating / Hawke rivalry.
In 2004, the board of the public school in Dover, Pennsylvania ordered science teachers to read a statement to high school biology students suggesting that that is an alternative to Darwin's theory of evolution called intelligent design - the idea that life is too complex to have evolved naturally and therefore must have been designed by an intelligent agent. The teachers refused to comply. Later, parents opposed to intelligent design filed a lawsuit in US federal court accusing the school board of violating the constitutional separation of church and state. Judgement Day: Intelligent Design on Trial follows the federal case of Kitzmiller v. Dover School District and features trial re-enactments based on court transcripts and interviews with key participants, including expert scientists and Dover parents, teachers, and town officials.
The BBC's Ethical Man, Justin Rowlatt, returns to America to discover whether President Obama is on target to keep his climate-change promises.
This film follows Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on his trips around rural Iran where he preaches his domestic populism and anti-US foreign policy. The mass support in the countryside is astounding.
Tonight, the focus moves to the everyday workplace and how three ordinary Australians, the cop, the accountant and the nurse reacted when exposed to events that demanded they blow the whistle. Simon Illingworth, the cop who fought corruption for 17 years, but went public when crooked cops and organised crime colluded to kill him; Jeff Simpson, the mild mannered but determined accountant who tried to warn of the biggest corporate collapse in Australian history; and Karen Smith - the nursing aide, who tried to speak up for patients being abused in nursing homes, and who was sacked when she went to the media.
On October 7, 2006, Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya was murdered in the lift of her Moscow apartment building. She had been a strident critic of the government of President Putin and it was widely thought that her murder was a political act. Over a 12 month period, from 2003 to 2004 the director Erick Bergkraut filmed exclusive interviews with Anna for another story. He ended up with several hours of interviews as well as photographs. Anna's story haunted him.
Looks at the relaxed lifestyle of the Kerkennah Islands in Tunisia where islanders collect fish using palm branches and education is highly valued.
This series delves deep into the murky world of government misconduct, crime, corruption and the ordinary citizens who try to expose it all. The subject of episode two, Allan Kessing, has fought for years to clear his name after he says he was wrongly convicted of leaking customs reports to the media about major security flaws at Sydney airport. He claims he was the victim of a revenge campaign by the former Government and bureaucracy. Now a convicted criminal, he is an example of how the system is determined to discourage whistleblowing no matter what the cost.
An exploration of exile, longing and democracy through the words and memories of playwright, author and activist Ariel Dorfman. The program documents the remarkable story of Ariel Dorfman, the Argentinean-born author who was raised in New York, but exiled to Chile during the Red Scare of the 1950s - a happening which inexorably altered the course of his entire life. It was in Chile that Dorfman became a cultural advisor to the chief of staff of Socialist Chilean president, Salvador Allende. On September 11, 1973, the Chilean military led by General Augusto Pinochet, attacked the democratically appointed government, staging a coup against socialist president Salvador Allende. Allende anticipated the violence, and the government's key figures were called to stand against their attackers and face certain death. Ariel Dorfman should have been called. However, he later discovered his name was removed from the list so he would live to tell the story of what had happened.
From the director of the Logie Award-winning Who Killed Dr Bogle and Mrs Chandler? comes a new forensic investigation into the disappearance of Prime Minister Harold Holt. With Australia at war in Vietnam in 1967, suddenly Prime Minister Harold Holt disappeared without a trace - an event unparalleled in the history of western democracy. The nation was in shock and disbelief at the shattering news, hoping for a miracle for the man who famously declared it was "all the way with LBJ".
Favignana, the largest of the Aegadian Islands off western Sicily, is a prison island. Located in the heart of the village, the jail looks no different to the other buildings; and Stromboli - Going off the Deep End - Located in the archipelago of the Aeolian Islands, the Stromboli volcano rises 924m above sea-level. About 350 people live permanently on this stretch of land that vibrates and explodes every day.
At last, an answer to one of the greatest unsolved cases in Australian crime history. When the half-naked bodies of brilliant physicist, Dr Gilbert Bogle, and his lover, Mrs Margaret Chandler, were found in bizarre circumstances on a Sydney riverbank in 1963, it set into play an unprecedented forensic investigation.
A three part documentary series delving deep into the murky world of government misconduct, crime, corruption and the ordinary citizens who try to expose it all. Through extraordinary first person narratives, Law and Disorder is a blow-by-blow account of what happens when whistleblowers take on the authorities. The first episode is the story of Andrew Wilkie, the only Western intelligence officer to speak out before the 2003 invasion of Iraq. His decision to resign and openly challenge the government had serious ramifications for him and his family. This program examines what happened to Wilkie in the six years after that extraordinary event.
In February 2003, millions of people worldwide took to their streets desperate to stop an unjust war. No amount of protest, no amount of suspicion about the justification for war could quiet the beating drums. Did the people know something their governments did not? This program chronicles the inside journey of the coalition of the willing from the days following 9/11 to the bombing of Baghdad.
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