The group leaves Indonesia behind and heads to one of the poorest and most remote regions of Thailand to live and work in the rice-growing communities.
In this episode, the young Brits face the challenges of south east Asia's poultry industry.
Using materials gathered from natural sources, artist Leah Mata, a member of the Northern Chumash Tribe, has been creating Chumash regalia and accessories. Her work sheds light into the delicate balance required to make art out of nature.
The Buena Vista neighborhood in Mexico City was revitalized by a community mural project that is now expanding to include other parts of the city.
Logan Pithyou, a Wellington-based Assyrian actor, struggles to prioritize between his successful web series and church youth leader responsibilities.
A trip down memory lane with the owners of Mangione's Italian restaurant shows how they and immigrants from all over the world have gained footholds and influenced Charlotte's culinary scene by cooking and serving their food in their new home.
This short film offers a glimpse into the colorful life of Chef Phila Rawlings Hach, host of the first television show starring a woman in the South.
Porto's Bakery sells about 1.2 million cheese rolls and 550,000 potato balls per month. But this bakery that could was once a black market business born in Communist Cuba.
A perfect storm is brewing as agriculture pioneer Cary Fowler races against time to protect the future of our food.
The consolidation of corporate power in agriculture is resulting in farmers having fewer and fewer choices about the kinds of seeds they want to plant.
A reforestation project is pitting the Ugandan government and a foreign timber company against more than 10,000 villagers who say a "green" project is costing their homes and livelihood.
We know dolphins are clever critters but most of us are unfamiliar with the most interesting facets of their biology and behavior.
Ten immigrants have died and 29 remain hospitalized in San Antonio, Texas, where dozens of undocumented immigrants were discovered packed in the back of a sweltering tractor-trailer.
Fifty years ago this month, rebellions broke out in the cities of Newark and Detroit.
The State Department has announced new sanctions against Iran over alleged support for terrorism and Iran’s ballistic missile program.
U.S. lawmakers are seeking to criminally outlaw support for the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions campaign against Israel.
Sixteen-year-old Chandni runs a newspaper written by and for the nearly half a million homeless children on the streets of Delhi.
Places like this coffee shop in Shanghai make it easier for China's LGBTQ community to meet openly.
Pa Ni Paw and Naw Gay Moo are among 140,000 people from Myanmar living in nine refugee camps along the Thai border.
In the week leading up to the world’s first albinism beauty contest, we follow three young Kenyan contestants as they step into the spotlight.
"Trust Docs" is new documentary magazine series in collaboration with the Thomson Reuters Foundation that uncovers under-reported stories around the world.
National broadcasters from more than two dozen countries have contributed to this collection of documentaries showcasing the citizens who are bringing about significant change in urban planning, infrastructure, and social issues.
"Farmageddon" tells the story of family farms who were providing healthy foods to their communities and were forced to stop by agents of misguided government bureaucracies.
"Boom Bust Boom" is a multimedia documentary combining live action with animation and puppetry to explain economics to everyone.
Five teenage girls from five countries show us how rewarding it can be to swim against the tide.
A fable about the gold industry, an excursion behind the scenes of this very prosperous sector.
This documentary presents a fascinating analysis of how the over-reliance on aid charities inhibits real local economic growth in the developing world.
This documentary captures the human cost of the Israeli/Palestinian conflict.
Watch a preview of season two of Link Voices, a unique collection of documentaries that show a range of perspectives, untold stories, and regional flavors.
"United in Anger" director Jim Hubbard & KCETLink's Bohdan Zachary
"Born This Way" is a portrait of the underground gay and lesbian community in Cameroon.
Why are only a small fraction of America’s 18,000 police agencies seriously committed to police reform?
The nonprofit organization Justice for Murdered Children guides families through the next steps following the murder of their loved ones.
Being a patrol officer was never enough for Detective Sal LaBarbera, who recently retired after 28 years at the LAPD South Bureau's homicide division. He knew he wanted to work homicide because "you have the chance to speak for the voiceless."
Two artists work together creating handmade paper lights and raising a family.
In this short excerpt from "Lost L.A.: Descanso Gardens," learn the often-untold history of camellias in California.
The group embarks on the most shocking leg of their journey so far in Mumbai, as they are put to work in the backstreet factories of Dharivi, the largest slum in Asia.
Explore takes us up-close and personal with brown bears living in Alaska’s Katmai National Park.
One of the most imaginative of all silent movies, "The Thief of Bagdad" is a dazzling Arabian Nights adventure fantasy.
The past troubles Yussuf, while Abdullah tries to revive the tradition of recruiting children to be martyrs.