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Leonard Kristal & Emotional Intelligence
Leonard Kristal & Emotional Intelligence
Category: Documentaries
In the latest episode of Full Frame, host Mike Walters speaks with scientists and innovators who are ushering in a new metric of success that focuses on human emotions. Guest Dr. Lenny Kristal, co-founder of Cognisess, even puts host Mike Walters' emotional literacy to the test.
Stranded: The Andes Plane Crash Survivors
Stranded: The Andes Plane Crash Survivors
Category: Documentaries
Three decades after the plane crash of flight 571 in the Andes mountains, the 16 remaining survivors reunite to revive long-buried memories of their 72-day odyssey of survival and the one taboo they were forced to break in order to live.
Circus School
Circus School
Category: Documentaries
Circus School takes a rare look at one of China's most treasured commodities -- acrobats. The documentary follows students as they prepare for a national competition, enduring exhaustion, injury, and even broken bones on a relentless quest to become the best.
The Mafia Threat - How Criminal Gangs Are Taking over Germany
The Mafia Threat - How Criminal Gangs Are Taking over Germany
Category: Documentaries
A longtime Mafia hitman opens up about Germany's burgeoning criminal gang scene as the Mafia moves past protection rackets and drug trafficking to subvert entire sectors of society -- even infiltrating the construction industry. Deutsche Welle reports on Germany's Mafia threat -- more subtle, invisible, and dangerous than ever.
Doing Without Meat - A Vegetarian Experiment
Doing Without Meat - A Vegetarian Experiment
Category: Documentaries
Germany is a country of meat-eaters: more than ninety percent of the population regularly eats meat. But vegetarianism is on the rise. What does it feel like to cut meat out of a highly meat-centric diet? Is being vegetarian a real alternative?
Danger in the Cowshed - A Bacterium Attacks Animals and People
Danger in the Cowshed - A Bacterium Attacks Animals and People
Category: Documentaries
A bacterium that affects both animals and humans has infiltrated German cowsheds for more than a decade. Deutsche Welle investigates the pernicious interloper that has caused cows to fall sick and afflicted farmers with myasthenia -- and which is spreading to more and more farms.
Sacred Place of Tibetan Buddhism - Ralung Monastery
Sacred Place of Tibetan Buddhism - Ralung Monastery
Category: Documentaries
The great Ralung Monastery of Tibetan Buddhism lies largely hidden from the outside world but is home to 20,000 practicing monks, nuns, and trainees. This NHK Special follows a year and a half in the life of the monastery, including scenes of the famous sky burial that is so deeply rooted in the Tibetan Buddhist concept of human existence.
The Hungry Tide
The Hungry Tide
Category: Documentaries
The Hungry Tide follows the tragic impact of climate change on the central Pacific nation of Kiribati through one woman's life and work exposing the stark global inequalities that drive global warming.
Coal Rush
Coal Rush
Category: Documentaries
Coal Rush tells the tale of a rural Appalachian community that takes on major coal company Massey Energy over contaminated water that they charge is the cause of widespread sickness. Will the courageous bunch triumph in their quest for the human right to clean water?
Asian Food Travelogue: Koh Kentetsu in Cambodia, Part 2
Asian Food Travelogue: Koh Kentetsu in Cambodia, Part 2
Category: Documentaries
In part two of this NHK Special, celebrity chef Koh Kentetsu visits Cambodia to soak up the local life and become immersed in the country's rich food culture. Join Koh as he encounters unusual ingredients such as vegetables rarely seen in the West and even learns from local farmers how to catch frogs to eat.
Switzerland's Disappearing Glaciers
Switzerland's Disappearing Glaciers
Category: Documentaries
This Deutsche Welle report documents the dramatically changing landscape of the Swiss Alps. How will the people of Switzerland respond to shrinking glaciers, increased floods, and most startlingly -- the fact that the mountains themselves have started to shift?
Asian Food Travelogue: Koh Kentetsu in Cambodia, Part 1
Asian Food Travelogue: Koh Kentetsu in Cambodia, Part 1
Category: Documentaries
In this NHK Special, celebrity chef Koh Kentetsu visits Cambodia to soak up the local life and become immersed in the country's rich food culture. Join Koh as he encounters unusual ingredients such as vegetables rarely seen in the West and even learns from local farmers how to catch frogs to eat.
Mysterious Places - The Bendlerblock Building
Mysterious Places - The Bendlerblock Building
Category: Documentaries
Today, the Berlin headquarters of the Ministry of Defense is housed in the historical Bendlerblock building. Constructed in 1911, the building has witnessed defining moments of German history, in periods of war, peace, dictatorship, and democracy. Deutsche Welle reveals the untold stories of a building in the heart of Berlin.
Carbon Crooks
Carbon Crooks
Category: Documentaries
Carbon Crooks investigates the dubious business of buying and selling carbon credits in the wake of the protocol to cut carbon emissions and curb greenhouse gases. Why has pollution become cheaper than ever and carbon emissions even higher than before?
The Many Faces of Nigeria - Where Beauty and Terror Reign
The Many Faces of Nigeria - Where Beauty and Terror Reign
Category: Documentaries
Many people associate Nigeria with oil industry disasters and, increasingly, with terrorism. But how many people realize that Nigeria is also home to a thriving beauty and fashion industry? Deutsche Welle reports.