Chahinaz: What Rights For Women? Category: Documentaries A vibrant Algerian student, Chahinaz, doesn't understand why women aren't considered equal to men according to the laws of her country. This leads her on a quest to find out what life is like for other women around the world.
FELA: Teacher Don't Teach Me Nonsense Category: World Music He created the genre of Afrobeat, and became the symbol of musical protest; the late great Fela Kuti was a powerhouse of creativity and energy who challenged social, musical and political boundaries.
Short Cut to Nirvana Category: Documentaries A voyage of discovery through the vivid and vibrant world of the Kumbha Mela, a spiritual festival that occurs every 12 years in India and attracts more than 70 million pilgrims from around the world.
Words of My Perfect Teacher Category: Documentaries From the World Cup to the mountains of Bhutan, this doc follows three students on a quest for wisdom. The catch is, their teacher - one of the world's most eminent Buddhist teachers - is also outlandishly unconventional.
In Focus: Powder Keg Pakistan Category: News & Current Affairs This investigative report provides an overview of the political situation in Pakistan, looking at the power of conflicting forces within the country - the military, the secular population and the strict Islamists.
Turning Prayer into Action Category: Documentaries A one hour program that brings together the International Council of 13 Indigenous Grandmothers in Dharamsala, India, with the Bioneers Conference in Northern California for a live dialogue via a satellite "spacebridge".
Effective Action, Lasting Results Category: News & Current Affairs A moderated discussion on improving the performance of non-government organizations and private citizen efforts to address tough global challenges. Featuring panelists President Bill Clinton, Bill Gates, Fernando Cardosa and other prominent figures.