DOC-DEBUT Category: Documentaries A weekly series on Link TV, DOC-DEBUT highlights unique and groundbreaking international documentary films. Each week features the US television premiere of a new foreign doc.
Latin Pulse/Pulso Latino Category: News & Current Affairs Latin Pulse brings you weekly 30-minute analysis of news and public affairs in Latin America, brought to you via podcast in cooperation with American University School of Communication and Link TV.
Senator Obama Goes to Africa Category: Documentaries Follow Senator Barack Obama as he travels to the land of his ancestry. From South Africa to Kenya to a Darfur refugee camp, Obama explores the continent that is gaining increasing importance in this age of globalization.
Special: Blood and Oil Category: Documentaries Five years and $600 billion dollars later America is asking itself, is the Iraq war really about oil? Host Thom Hartmann talks through this life-or-death issue with expert Michael Klare, and we present Klare's doc, "Blood and Oil."
Nobelity Category: Documentaries A look at the world's most pressing problems through the eyes of nine Nobel laureates, this film is also director Turk Pipkin's personal journey to find a better future.
Bulls**t Category: Documentaries This documentary profiles Vandana Shiva, Indian environmental activist and nuclear physicist, who dedicates her life to battling the abuses of globalization.
GLOBAL 3000 Category: News & Current Affairs Deutsche Welle's new globalization magazine looks at the issues that are moving us today, and shows how people are living with the opportunities and risks of globalization. GLOBAL 3000 gives globalization a face.
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.
Chinese Restaurants Category: Documentaries This series tells the story of the Chinese Diaspora through its most recognizable and enduring icon -- the family-run Chinese restaurant.
Mardi Gras: Made in China Category: Documentaries This award-winning documentary follows the path of Mardi Gras beads from the naked streets of New Orleans during Carnival to the disciplined factories in Fuzhou, China, where teenage laborers live and thread beads 24/7.
Everyone Their Grain of Sand Category: Documentaries This award-winning film reveals the struggles of citizens in Maclovio Rojas, Mexico as they battle the government's attempts to evict them to make way for multi-national corporations seeking cheap land and labor.