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.
MADE IN TAIWAN: The Squid Daddy's Labor Room Category: Documentaries "The Squid Daddy's Labor Room" is a documentary film about Taiwan residents, having lived formerly landlocked lives due to a heated political climate, returning to the ocean only to discover their marine environment has massively changed.
In Focus: Measures for Money Management Category: News & Current Affairs In this episode of In Focus, uncover the feeding frenzy of new speculation among traders, despite the world's investment banks and businesspeople dropping like flies. Unconventional solutions - like using the Islamic financial system as a model - are now being considered.
Special: Robert Reich - Where Did the Stimulus Go? Category: Documentaries Is the US economy showing signs of recovery, as some indicators suggest, or is any talk of recovery dangerously premature? Robert Reich offers thoughtful insight on the global economic meltdown in the Link TV special "Where Did the Stimulus Go?"
Raj Patel: The Value of Nothing Category: Documentaries What if instead of paying $2 for a fast-food hamburger, you had to pay $200? Would it be worth it? Find out from author and activist Raj Patel what's really behind the value - and social cost - of everyday items.
Special: Coming Out Under Fire Category: Documentaries For decades, being gay in the military has been taboo. But President Obama has a new agenda. Will "don't ask, don't tell" become a thing of the past? Watch this Link TV special, Coming Out Under Fire, to find out.