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The Monsanto Papers
Four Corners investigates the secret tactics used by global chemical giant Monsanto, to protect its billion-dollar business and its star product, the weed killer, Roundup.
"Four Corners" exclusively brings the story of the Sharrouf children and their grandmother's epic fight to find them and bring them home to Australia.
Meet the scammers: the cyber criminals breaking hearts and stealing billions. Their voices are persuasive, their emails insistent and they are proven to be remarkably successful at conning countless people into handing over their money.
"Four Corners" investigates how these scams operate, uncovering an online marketplace where fake identities and criminal skills are bought and sold.
Saxon Mullins talks about the events of a night in Kings Cross that would change her life forever. Her case put sexual consent on trial.
This episode of "Four Corners" contains graphic descriptions of sexual assault which may disturb some viewers. Viewer discretion is advised.
The race to riches for Australia’s new marijuana moguls.
Four Corners reveals how Australia's highest ranking Catholic, Cardinal George Pell, was brought to justice.
A competitive Chinese-American sport, 9-Man was a way for Chinese workers to escape the day-to-day but today, it provides a lasting connection to culture and community pride.KCET Original
The southwestern Ontario city of Windsor has always lived in the shadow of its big American neighbour, Detroit, only 3.6 kilometres away.KCET Original
"Marius" is the first part of Marcel Pagnol's classic trilogy following the loves and losses of a Marseille port community. Actor and director Daniel Auteuil (The Well-Digger's Daughter) has made a sumptuous adaptation that will make you swoon.KCET Original
According to Casey Camp-Horinek, for as long as Mother Earth and Father Sky have blessed all life on Earth with sustenance, there has been a Sacred System honored by all species.KCET Original
“5 Broken Cameras” is a deeply personal, first-hand account of life and non-violent resistance in Bil’in, a West Bank village surrounded by Israeli settlements.
After leading her team to sensational results in European women’s football, Coach Helena Mikkelsen finds her achievements ridiculed by the male experts of the footballing world.
Although Montreal could be described as half-Paris, half-Brooklyn, the most populated francophone city in North America has an identity all its own.