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Hiroshima-Nagaski, August 1945
Hiroshima-Nagaski, August 1945
Category: News & Current Affairs
This classic, unforgettable film features the first footage shot following the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The viewer becomes an eyewitness to the bomb's aftermath.
Globalization: Violence or Dialogue?
Globalization: Violence or Dialogue?
Category: Documentaries
This film explores the conflicting visions of globalization, and ways to resolve them.
Globalization: The Great Divide
Globalization: The Great Divide
Category: Documentaries
This unique documentary, co-produced by Link TV, takes viewers to the epicenter of a worldwide dispute, using "video bridge" technology in an attempt to find common ground between two different visions of globalization and its effects.
Globalization: Live From Porto Alegre
Globalization: Live From Porto Alegre
Category: News & Current Affairs
A Link TV report from the 2nd annual World Social Forum in Porto Alegre, Brazil.
Globalization: A Conversation With Bill Clinton
Globalization Special
Globalization Special
Category: News & Current Affairs
Link TV presents a series of live reports from the annual World Economic Forum in New York City and the 2nd Annual World Social Forum in Porto Alegre, Brazil.
George Soros: In His Words
George Soros: In His Words
Category: News & Current Affairs
An interview with George Soros, financier and philanthropist, about his new involvement in US politics.
Gap and Nike: No Sweat?
Gap and Nike: No Sweat?
Category: Documentaries
An expose which reveals that Gap and Nike have been using a factory in Cambodia that breaks their own anti-sweatshop rules.
Foreign Exchange: Turkey - A Muslim Model?
Foreign Exchange: Turkey - A Muslim Model?
Category: News & Current Affairs
A weekly, half-hour international affairs series, hosted by noted author, journalist and international commentator, Fareed Zakaria.
Foreign Exchange: Hope for Darfur?
Foreign Exchange: Hope for Darfur?
Category: News & Current Affairs
A weekly, half-hour international affairs series, hosted by noted author, journalist and international commentator, Fareed Zakaria.
Foreign Exchange: China - New Voices
Foreign Exchange: China - New Voices
Category: News & Current Affairs
Fareed Zakaria speaks with some of the youngest, brightest players on the political, economic and cultural scenes in China today.
Media Watch: Iraq for Sale, The War Profiteers
Media Watch: Iraq for Sale, The War Profiteers
Category: News & Current Affairs
Media Watch takes a look at the Robert Greenwald documentary "Iraq for Sale," and interviews Greenwald, who talks about the discoveries he has made surrounding the use of American mercenary workers in the Iraq War.
Africa: The Politics of Poverty
Africa: The Politics of Poverty
Category: News & Current Affairs
Link TV presents a rebroadcast of a call-in program about the impact of IMF and World Bank policies on poverty in Africa.
FAQs: About Jobs & the Economy
FAQs: About Jobs & the Economy
Category: News & Current Affairs
A national live call-in show that addresses frequently asked questions about how this election will impact U.S. jobs. The program highlights stories of workers who have recently lost their jobs.
United Nations 21st Century
United Nations 21st Century
Category: News & Current Affairs
UNTV's series of news-magazine programs, hosted by renowned British journalist Daljit Dhaliwal, puts a spotlight on the world's most underreported stories.