Harrison Ford continues his investigation into the global effects of the palm oil industry and further explores the corruption that has ravaged the Indonesian landscape resulting in the country being one of the world's largest emitters of greenhouse gases through deforestation. Meanwhile, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger joins an elite team of wild-land firefighters - known as the 'Hot Shots' - as they battle a new breed of forest fires, one made more deadly by climate change. He also discovers another killer wiping out trees at an even faster rate than forest fires.
This episode, Matt Damon takes viewers on an investigation into the impact of extreme heat on human health and mortality. With a focus on startling new research from leading scientists and researchers, Damon uncovers the ways in which climate change and rising temperatures are becoming a public health emergency locally, nationally and globally.
Michael C. Hall concludes his journey to Bangladesh where rising seas are expected to submerge 17% of the nation. After travelling to Christmas Island in episode three, M. Sanjayan returns to further address and question some of the top climate scientists in their fields as they collect key data unlocking the past and future of our planet's changing climate.
MSNBC's Chris Hayes shadows climate change denier, Republican Congressman Michael Grimm for a year in Staten Island in the wake of Superstorm Sandy and questions what he might have learned about climate change in the process. Meanwhile conservationist M. Sanjayan travels to the ends of the earth - including Christmas Island - to question some of the world's top climate scientists as they collect key data unlocking the past and future of our planet's changing climate.
This episode, 60 Minutes' Lesley Stahl travels to Greenland to investigate the effects of global warming in the Arctic. Meanwhile, Ian Somerhalder travels to North Carolina to listen in on both sides of the evangelical community's debate over climate change.
This is the story of Tom E Lewis's journey across the land and into his past, as he attempts to find the resting place of his father and to confront long-buried issues of identity, belonging and also, loss.
During her exhibition at Sydney's Museum of Contemporary Art, Yoko Ono and curator Rachel Kent speak about the selection of works. From five decades of art, each work represents a chapter in the story of Yoko's life and we will uncover the driving force of the artist, activist, curator and musician.
Canadian citizen Omar Khadr has been in Guantanamo since 2002. He was 15 when he was arrested in Afghanistan and according to international law he is a child-soldier. This documentary shows the interrogation between a team of Canadian intelligence agents and Omar Khadr using never-before-seen video footage of his questioning. The film delves into the unfolding high-stakes game of cat and mouse between captor and captive over a four day period and analyses the political, legal and scientific aspects of a forced dialogue.
Part one presents Elizabeth's formative years - the importance of family and history and the enormous effect her uncle's abdication had on Elizabeth's future. This experience would see the young Elizabeth develop a level of maturity far beyond her years and come to understand the importance of duty and sacrifice in the life of a modern ruler.
The British Army is still attracting thousands of young men from all over the country, despite this being one of the most dangerous times to join. There have been 380 British soldiers killed in Afghanistan and over 1700 seriously wounded. This first of five episodes of a series following the journey of four new army recruits and their families, starts at their first day of basic training at Catterick Infantry Training Centre, North Yorkshire.
New recruits to the British Army have completed the first five weeks of their 26-week training regimen and return to Catterick Infantry Training Centre, North Yorkshire to complete the course.
The journey of four of the raw recruits training for the British Army at Catterick, North Yorkshire reaches the point where they have graduated as soldiers. Darren Meads and Andrew Forti are preparing to join their new battalion, 1 Rifles, and have a six-month countdown to their deployment to Afghanistan. Now their company commander Major Charles (Chuckles) Boswell has to prepare them and the rest of the 110 men of A company for frontline combat.
As A Company deploy to Afghanistan for their six-month tour of duty, the training's finally over for Darren and Andrew as they are about to get their first taste of combat. But it is a violent start to the tour as the company faces sniper attacks, the deadly threat of improvised explosive devices and an ever growing casualty list. Will fighting in a war zone live up to Darren and Andrew's expectations and if they make it home, do they still want to be in the British Army?
The young British soldiers whose progress this series followed from basic training camp to front-line combat in Afghanistan are coming home, and reflect on the extraordinary journey they have made. For three of them, becoming a soldier in the British Army was a childhood dream. But only one saw it through.
Louise, Lyndsay and Shannon are among a small number of very young women who are signing up to be surrogate mums for couples they've only just medt. But, as they discover, the reality of giving someone a baby isn't exactly as they imagined it might be.
Young Victoria tells the story of how an unassuming little girl rose to be the most powerful woman in the world. At her birth few believed Princess Victoria would ascend the throne, but a number of untimely deaths and the failure of her uncles to father any children meant that Victoria became heiress to the throne of England. The battle between her and her mother the Duchess of Kent, however, was to become one of the fiercest mother-daughter struggles of all time, as the Duchess schemed to share in the power and riches that would one day be Victoria's.
Yakuza is a term which originally stems from the world of gambling, but the word, literally meaning 'eight-nine-three', has other connotations. In Japan, more than 86,000 so-called yakuza are members of consortiums that are fronts for the mafia. The yakuza are led by dictatorial bosses and operate in a world with its own set of rules. In contemporary Japan, it is hard to find enough subservient and reliable disciples, who can be accepted into the clan after a one-year internship. Young Yakuza follows one of them, a 20-year-old freeloader named Naoki.