NHK: Facing up to History - Oliver Stone in Japan Category: Documentaries Join award-winning Hollywood director Oliver Stone as he visits the atom-bombed cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki to answer the questions: how should nations that have been at war confront the past, and how should they live in the present?
My Brother the Jihadist Category: Documentaries This documentary by British filmmaker Robb Leech chronicles a year in his relationship to his middle-class stepbrother Richard Dart.
Special: Standing Army Category: Documentaries This documentary looks into why countries like Germany, Japan, and South Korea host hundreds of US military bases, the effects of these bases on local populations, and why the US military is still expanding.
Special: Living for 32 Category: Documentaries Living for 32 is the inspirational story of Colin Goddard, a survivor of the tragic gun shooting massacre which occurred on the Virginia Tech campus, April 16th, 2007.
Another Night on Earth Category: Documentaries In endless traffic jams as demonstrators converge on Tahrir Square, taxi drivers and passengers debate about Egypt's present and future.
The Team - Kenya: Unity in Diversity (Episode 13, Season 2) At the end of episode 12, Oliver, the captain, breaks his leg in the middle of the big game. Meera and Kezia unite in order that the team might win.
The Team - Kenya: Integrity (Episode 12, Season 2) Ben continues to refuse to conduct his election campaign with anything other than the utmost integrity.
The Team - Kenya: Letting Go of Grievances (Episode 11, Season 2) Telis' mother lets go of her anger long enough to accept Johari's blood donation because Lulu convinces her that their relationship is more important than her rage against another tribe.
The Team - Kenya: Tribalism (Episode 10, Season 2) Telis' mother is in need of a blood transfusion. The only match is Johari yet she refuses to take blood from 'one of them' in spite of the fact that she could die. Ben's parents are against his decision to run for the by-election.