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This week: the debate in Botswana about hunting elephants. Conservationists in the Solomon Islands who are rescuing sea turtles. And in our Work Places series, we meet two women in different parts of the world who are farming seaweed for the future.
This week: the restaurant in Marrakesh that's empowering women. Plus, our series Work Places looks at how ships are recycled in Europe and Asia. Also, we check out how waste in India is being collected and reused.
In our Work Places series we meet children in India who slave away in mines, extracting the coveted mineral mica. Also on the show: Cuban women fighting to lead a modern lifestyle. Plus: electric vehicles hit the roads in Kenya.
Ever heard of Tencel? It's a natural fiber used by two sustainable textiles manufacturers, one in Indonesia, the other in Portugal. Also in the show: the sense and nonsense of global trade policy, as seen in the example of Ghana.
The Lula Washington Dance Theatre has gone along a bumpy journey with Southern Los Angeles. Through earthquakes and racial politics, this theater stands strong as a platform to spread an important message to society.KCET Original
The untold story of Oliver Tambo, the man behind the release of Nelson Mandela and the end of apartheid in South Africa.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
Sensing a chance to strike, Nidal regroups and leads a nighttime raid. While Walid faces interrogation, Doron takes Shirin under his wing.KCET Original
Nidal defends his new allegiance to Samir. Captain Ayub blackmails Abu Samara into helping him lay a trap. Sagi's nerves jeopardize a mission.KCET Original