Kenya has long been Africa's success story, relatively stable and ethnically harmonious. But voting controversies in the 2007 election split the country along ethnic lines, pushing it toward civil war. In response, a taboo-breaking TV soap was created, following the struggles of a multi-ethnic soccer squad to overcome their differences. What can a soap opera achieve in a place desperate for change but teetering on the brink? Watch and see.
Since 1988, The Choice has earned a reputation as one of the pinnacles of political broadcast journalism. Now, as Americans prepare to head to the polls in 2012, this two-part series examines the rich personal and political biographies of the presidential candidates: Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. This program goes behind the headlines to tell a deeper story about the candidates, the decisions they made and why their nominations could indicate historic change in American politics.