Lorraine Hess, Link TV's Vice President of of Acquisitions, remembers the launch of Link TV eleven years ago when the team slept at the office and basked in the glow of the very first broadcast. The hard work has paid off and the channel has remained a uniquely independent window to the world unlike any other station. For Lorraine, Link TV is a national treasure.
Program Results - most programs include previews
DOC-DEBUT: Afghan Muscles Get an inside look at Afghanistan's thriving bodybuilding culture -- a sport attracting young men across a country devastated by war and poverty who dream of attaining a better life through muscles.
Another Night on Earth In endless traffic jams as demonstrators converge on Tahrir Square, taxi drivers and passengers debate about Egypt's present and future.
Mongolian Bling The stars of Mongolia's thriving hip-hop scene rap nationwide with their bitches, cars, and jewels. But beyond the bling lies a failed democracy, and a dying ancient culture.
A Small Act A young Kenyan's life is changed dramatically when his education is sponsored by a total stranger. Years later, he founds his own scholarship program to replicate the kindness he once received.
Krisis This film about the Greek economic crisis is the culmination of a collective multimedia documentation called "The Prism GR2011" that took place in 2011 by photojournalists using DSLR-video for the first time.
Heart of Jenin When Ahmed, a 12-year-old Palestinian boy, is tragically killed by Israeli soldiers, his parents turn their sorrow into hope by donating Ahmed's organs to six Israelis whose lives are on the line.
Pop Goes Islam This is the real life story of a new Muslim music television channel created in Cairo and three characters aiming to push the limits of Islam.
Grandma, a Thousand Times This poetic documentary puts a feisty Beiruti grandmother at the center of brave film exercises concocted by her grandson to capture and commemorate her many worlds before she dies.
Pit No. 8 This documentary film profiles 15-year-old Yura and his sisters who escaped their alcoholic parents, and now must mine for coal in abandoned pits near his Ukrainian hometown to survive.
Karla's Arrival Meet 19-year-old Sujeylin Aguilar and her baby Karla, who live with a group of kids in a park in Managua, Nicaragua. Can Sujeylin kick her glue habit and provide a better life for her child?
This Is My Picture When I Was Dead This highly original film looks at the assassination of a top PLO lieutenant and his four-year-old son Bashir and how death isn't the end of one's journey.
El Bulli Ferran Adrià is widely considered the best, most innovative chef in the world. Each year his restaurant El Bulli closes for six months so he and his team can create the new season's menu. Anything goes -- except repeats.
BANANAS!* Juan Dominguez is on his biggest legal case ever. On behalf of 12 Nicaraguan banana workers he is tackling Dole Food for using a banned pesticide, which the company knew caused sterility.