Special: 9/11 - Press for Truth Category: Documentaries Following the attacks of September 11th, a small group of grieving families waged a tenacious battle against those who sought to bury the truth about the event - including, to their amazement, President Bush.
Special: Berkeley in the Sixties Category: Documentaries In the 1960s, Berkeley was the center of a national movement for change. It was a time when many believed they could remake the world order. What have we learned from that time of war, and what's changed during this one?
Special: Moyers on Media and Democracy Category: Documentaries Bill Moyers discusses the media's critical role in our democracy in this Link TV special. In this time of rampant corporate media consolidation, how can we take the media back, reinstating it as society's vigilant watchdog?
Money-Driven Medicine Category: Documentaries Money-Driven Medicine gets to the heart of what's really going on with US health care, no matter which side of the debate you land on. How does the American system stand up to the care of other countries?
Special: Plunder - The Crime of Our Time Category: Documentaries Watch this Link TV special presentation of Plunder: The Crime of Our Time, a hard-hitting investigative film by Danny Schechter that explores how the financial crisis was built on a foundation of criminal activity.
Real Conversations: Soliya Project Category: Documentaries Link TV's "Real Conversations" series follows the discussions of a dozen university students -- representing the Muslim world, Europe, and the US -- who gather in weekly 2-hour webcam conversations to discuss today's hot topics.
Bridge to Iran: We Are Half of Iran's Population Category: Documentaries Three months before Iran's 2009 presidential elections, women's rights activists are filmed posing their questions to the ten candidates. Ahmadinejad refuses to participate and three film participants are thrown in jail. Watch this documentary for an honest look at the situation in Iran.
Special: Hijacking Catastrophe Category: Documentaries This film contends that a group of Bush administration insiders used the trauma of the 9/11 terror attacks to transform American foreign policy and shows how the plan was sold to the American public.
Special: Apology of an Economic Hitman Category: Documentaries John Perkins is an economic hitman, tasked with getting new foreign leaders to yield to US interests -- using debt as a weapon. His job consisted of government payoffs, extortion, sex, and murder, but now he's ready to come clean about the dirty foundation of the American empire.
Men of Words Category: Documentaries "Men of Words" explores the ancient tradition of poetry exchange in some tribal regions of Southern Yemen, captured on audio cassette and utilized as a method of protecting freedom of speech and religion.