Why Women Count Category: Documentaries Why Women Count is a series of 5 minute reports on the lives of women around the world, focusing on the theme of empowerment. Distributed by the Television Trust for the Environment (TVE).
Women on the Frontline Category: Documentaries Aired first on BBC World TV, this critically acclaimed series, hosted by Annie Lennox, gives a brutally honest account of the silent war being waged against women across the world.
BBC on Link TV Category: Documentaries Link TV presents a compelling line-up of BBC Worldwide documentaries and reality series', including the fascinating Tribal Wives and select programs from BBC's celebrated current affairs strand Panorama.
The Health Show Category: Documentaries Each week, The Health Show brings you the most important health stories from around the world, including extraordinary inventions in the fight against HIV, biker nurses, and breakthroughs in early tuberculosis diagnosis.
Bridge to Iran: The Queen and I Category: Documentaries Over 30 years ago, Nahid Persson took part in the revolution that brought down Iran's monarchy driving the Shah and his queen, Farah Diba, to exile. Now, Nahid meets her former opponent only to find they have more in common than either would have imagined.
Bridge to Iran: Siah Bazi - The Joy Makers Category: Documentaries When Tehran's Siah Bâzi theater troupe faces the closing of their 400-year-old theater due to changing cultural shifts, the performers face uncertain futures as truck drivers and tea-servers. Can the folkloric entertainment survive a modernizing Tehran?
Bridge to Iran: Iran - A Cinematographic Revolution Category: Documentaries This documentary explores the history of the Iranian film industry through a compelling blend of archival footage, film excerpts, and interviews with film makers, critics, and historians -- revealing the changing social functions of Iranian cinema and the artistic struggle of its creators.