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The inspirational women of Rwanda who have turned pain into hope. They lived through one of the worst atrocities of the 20th century but the power of love and family saved them.
As Australia grapples with a spate of deaths at music festivals, Triple J presenter Tom Tilley heads to Europe to see drug testing in action. But is it the only way to keep people safe?
A new space race is on, as tech companies rush to launch thousands of tiny satellites that will tell us more about what's happening on our planet than ever before. But will the information be used for good, or for harm?
A spectacular journey into the wilds of Mongolia in search of an ancient, imperiled tradition — the Kazakh golden eagle hunters.
In India’s far east, wild elephants are in deadly, daily conflict with people. Siobhan Heanue follows the clashes as roaming herds get squeezed by shrinking forests and a growing human population.
How do we make housing more affordable? What are other countries trying - and what bright ideas might we pinch from them?
China is marrying Big Brother to Big Data. Every citizen will be watched and their behaviour scored in the most ambitious and sophisticated system of social control in history. Matthew Carney reports.
Is it acceptable for a man to proposition a woman in the street or at work? Some leading French women say yes. In Paris, guest reporter Annabel Crabb asks what happens when #MeToo rubs up against Pepe Le Pew.
He fled Saddam Hussein’s brutality to become detainee #982 in an Australian refugee camp. Now Munjed al-Muderis is a world-leading surgeon giving amputees a second chance at life. Sophie McNeill tells his inspiring story.
A band of inspired young Australians are deploying a new weapon against a global scourge — the great gobs of plastic polluting our oceans. Europe Correspondent Lisa Millar tells how they're doing it.
It's famed as the city of peace and love, but San Francisco is digging in for a fight over President Trump's order to expel millions of undocumented migrants.
Sean Dorney got thrown out of PNG for his reporting, yet he received one of its top honors. He skippered its footy team and fell for a local girl. Now suffering motor neurone disease, he makes an emotional final visit.
There’s a new push in Australia to build incinerators to burn our waste. Is this the way to go? Foreign Correspondent sends Craig Reucassel to Sweden to investigate.
China is executing a master plan to dominate world football, pumping billions of dollars into buying up foreign players, coaches and entire European clubs, and grooming new generations of its own young stars.
A wild piece of coast was threatened by malls and McMansions until a reclusive billionaire couple arrived with the gift of a lifetime. Zoe Daniel reports.
Based on the true story of Mohammed Assaf, the Palestinian singer who crossed borders and defied the odds to win the second season of "Arab Idol."KCET Original
In this segment of "Earth Focus" we examine the factors leading to a new Haitian community growing in the U.S.-Mexico border town of Tijuana.KCET Original
More than 600,000 Mongolian nomadic herders have moved to the city in search of work after extreme weather has killed their cattle.KCET Original
A documentary about the burning of wood at an industrial scale for energy.KCET Original
Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the U.S. House of Representatives is drafting articles of of impeachment charges against President Trump.KCET Original
He's promised to serve up Brexit, but hours out from the U.K. election, there are signs Boris Johnson is facing a tighter race.
The U.S. president is accused of betraying his nation as democrats unveil impeachment charges.
The presidents of Ukraine and Russia agree on a cease fire by the end of the year in eastern Ukraine to try to resolve a five year conflict.
Sahar saves Nicky’s life after Lala’s attack.