Linda Ronstadt: In Conversation Category: Documentaries In this special interview, Linda Ronstadt discusses her memoir, the long and difficult road to becoming the most successful rock singer of the '70s, and her recent diagnosis of Parkinson's disease.
Borgen - Episode 30: "The Election" (Episode 30) It is election day in Denmark! Following developments from the previous day's debate with the chairman of the Moderates, Birgitte has high hopes for the day's results. However, the election is not the only thing on her mind.
Borgen - Episode 29: "Sense and Sensibility" (Episode 29) As the general election nears, the New Democrats go on the offensive and struggle with how to brand themselves. Meanwhile, Birgitte receives good news from her doctor but another discovery has her panicked.
Borgen - Episode 28: "One Has A Point Of View" (Episode 28) Election day is approaching and the opposition needs to find a common policy if they are to appear as strong as the government. However, trouble brews within the New Democrats when they discover a mole among their ranks.
Borgen - Episode 27: "The Drop" (Episode 27) To everyone's surprise, Lars Hesselboe calls an election with fifteen months still to go in his government's term of office. Meanwhile, Birgitte is struggling with the after-effects of the surgery.
Borgen - Episode 26: "Sins Of The Past" (Episode 26) The New Democrats now have enough signatures to register for election but things are complicated when Birgitte goes to the doctor and receives a foreboding diagnosis.
Borgen - Episode 24: "One Man's Loss" (Episode 24) Birgitte is forced to recognize that ethics and economics can be difficult things to juggle when, she begins to discuss the quality and animal treatment of Danish pig production.
Borgen - Episode 21: "In Denmark I Was Born" (Episode 21) Birgitte Nyborg has left the world of politics and is now a highly-paid speaker in business circles. As she gradually becomes more affected by the political situation in Denmark, she rallies up some old allies and begins to plan a comeback.
Borgen - Episode 22: "With Law Shall Nation Be Built" (Episode 22) Birgitte has not lost her political ambitions and quietly chooses to start a new party. She allies herself with members from the New Right and the Moderates and declares that it is their common goal to bring dialogue back into Danish politics.
Link TV Celebrates LGBT Pride Month Category: Documentaries Throughout June, Link TV is featuring inspiring documentaries in honor of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transsexual (LGBT) Pride month. These programs bring awareness and understanding about the LGBT experience in America and other countries and will highlight the individuals that have made an impact in the community.
I Am Category: Documentaries I Am chronicles the journey of an Indian lesbian filmmaker who returns to Delhi, where being gay was -- until recently -- a criminal and punishable offense. After eleven years, she finally confronts the loss of her mother whom she never came out to.
Girls of Daraja Category: Documentaries A film about Daraja Academy, a boarding secondary school for Kenyan girls with top academic scores and exceptional leadership skills but no means to continue their education.
School of My Dreams Category: Documentaries School of My Dreams paints an engaging portrait of students of Daraja Academy, a free Kenyan boarding school for exceptional girls living in poverty.