Eyes Wide Open Category: Documentaries After 500 years of exploitation and repression, Latin America is at a turning point in its history: a series of socialist leaders has come to power. Can they satisfy their peoples' hunger for change?
Spotlight: Iraq's Secret War Files Category: Documentaries Iraq's Secret War Files is the only television documentary to have advance access to the biggest Wikileaks release ever. This is what really happened during the Iraq War, and not what the United States PR machine of the time wanted us to believe.
Robert Scheer on the Great American Stickup Category: Documentaries Author and journalist Robert Scheer discusses corporate malfeasance, the consequences of deregulation, and his new book "The Great American Stickup: How Reagan Republicans and Clinton Democrats Enriched Wall Street While Mugging Main Street".
Special: Rethink Afghanistan Category: Documentaries This ground-breaking documentary focuses on the key issues surrounding the Afghanistan war. With commentary by leading experts, Rethink Afghanistan questions US policy in the country, and offers possible alternatives.
Special: This Land is Our Land Category: Documentaries Acclaimed author David Bollier bucks the rising tide of anti-government extremism and free market ideology to show how commercial interests are undermining our collective interests in This Land is Our Land.
Special: What's the Matter with Kansas? Category: Documentaries The Link TV special presentation of What's the Matter with Kansas?, based on the Thomas Frank best-seller, shows how Kansas transformed from an outpost of radicalism to a bastion of hard-core conservatism.
Special: The Power of Community Category: Documentaries When the Soviet Union collapsed in 1990, Cuba's economy went into a tailspin. The Power of Community tells of the hardships and struggles as well as the community and creativity of the Cuban people during this difficult time.
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?