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A year into Donald Trump’s presidency resurgent white supremacists are preaching hate. Now left- wing activists are hitting back with their own shock tactics. Stephanie March goes inside a controversial radical group.
How do we make housing more affordable? What are other countries trying - and what bright ideas might we pinch from them?
Runit is a far-flung coral speck surrounded by shimmering blue lagoons, a tiny outpost of the Marshall Islands.
It’s also Ground Zero of the South Pacific or, as one Marshallese calls it, “a big monument to a giant American fuck-up”.
Runit is dominated by what’s called the Dome. It looks like the work of extra-terrestrials. But this is a man-made, sprawling concrete circle that encases tonnes of nuclear waste including about 400 lumps of plutonium, one the deadliest substances known to science.
Matthew Carney reports on a determined group of young Chinese men and women taking action against China’s anti-gay laws. Shanghai has seen thousands of cruise ships come and go, but perhaps never one like this. About 800 special invitees are piling aboard the ship to witness the marriages of nine LGBT couples in a brazen statement against China’s law and traditional family values.
Hamish Macdonald deep dives into Manchester's Muslim community to find hard and revealing conversations happening right now.
Jamaica's rich music heritage got hijacked by a vicious and violent brand of homophobia. But along came a new generation of artists who, with a little help from the internet, are wresting it back.
Matt Brown reports on a radical cash experiment that challenges some deep-rooted notions of charity — and may hold the seeds of a revolution in social welfare.
Tiny Estonia is digging in against potential attacks from its giant neighbor Russia. And it's employing defenses far more creative than guns and boots on the ground.
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 documentary about the burning of wood at an industrial scale for energy.KCET Original
In the new season, "Earth Focus" examines how communities are transitioning and adapting from different energy sources and how the laws of supply and demand affect the environment and people in different ways.KCET Original
"Broken Bread" showcases inspiring people who are making a difference in their communities through food.KCET Original
"Planetary" is a provocative and breathtaking wakeup call – a cross continental, cinematic journey, that explores our cosmic origins and our future as a species.KCET Original
Marc Cros, an elderly sculptor, seems to have reached the end of his life and of his art, until his wife gives shelter to a beautiful young Spanish political refugee named Mercè.KCET Original
Chief Executive of Afghanistan Abdullah Abdullah talks about peace talks with the Taliban.
How do we make housing more affordable?
Leaving war-torn Syria, one family crosses Europe to embark on another challenging trek: starting a new life in Germany.
A radio host, a photographer, a Rabòday singer and a creole rapper showcase a hopeful image of Haiti in the aftermath of its devastating natural disasters.
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