Rooftop Rebels | Link TV
Airin and her friends are rooftoppers in Hong Kong. They refuse to play by the rules and sneak to the top of the city’s soaring skyscrapers. But their high-rise antics are not just for thrills.
Two years after the pro-democracy "Umbrella Movement" was cleared from the streets, many young people are in a state of despair.
They are anxious about their futures — from unaffordable housing and wealth inequality to the growing influence of Mainland China.
Airin believes their defiant stunts can inspire others to stand up against powerful elites. Will they mobilize Hong Kongers to fight for change, or just land themselves in a lot of trouble?
Hundreds of women's police stations have been set up across India to combat domestic abuse and sexual violence, following the Delhi rape case in December 2012.
Parmila Dalal is second-in-command at the women's police station in Sonipat, in the northern state of Haryana. Every day she has to deal with the cases the public bring to her.
Facebook and other social media giants are being manipulated by governments and corporations, weakening democracies.
No country epitomises the consequences of this battle more so than the Philippines.
And no individual personifies the struggle against it more so than Maria Ressa.
Maria is the editor of Rappler, a digital news outlet that flourished under Facebook, and she now says is being crushed by it as the government uses it to shut down its critics.
Witness follows Pidia as he runs The Husband School, a course aiming to teach the men of rural Sierra Leone to overcome the legacy of sexual war crimes and treat their wives with respect and dignity.
Vivien starts a food movement using heirloom seeds native to Palestine but is it sustainable?
A former Somali refugee who is now a rising American model is forced to navigate a demanding New York fashion world and family expectations.
Armed with poetry a Palestinian journalists takes on the Gaza siege with nonviolent protest, but will his initiative succeed?
Oula has run a mobile library in the Nordic Arctic for 40 years, but as retirement looms the future of the bus is uncertain.
Iraqi protestors set fire to the Iranian consulate in Najaf.KCET Original
California’s Native peoples have lived with drought cycles for millennia and today, the Paiute are shepherding conversations around access to water resources, raising key questions about how our snowpack, streams and aquifers are used and maintained.KCET Original
A documentary about the burning of wood at an industrial scale for energy.KCET Original
Alf confronts Nicky and starts a series of raids in an attempt to find evidence against Nicky and Marco.KCET Original
Four people are killed as crowds try to storm a U.N. camp in the Democratic Republic of Congo, accusing peacekeepers of failing to stop a wave of attacks.KCET Original
A damming impeachment report accuses Donald Trump of soliciting help from Ukraine’s president to boost his chances of reelection.
A fierce gun fight between a drug cartel and security forces drives up the death toll on what’s become Mexico’s worst day in history for homicides.
In the wake of the prisoner exchange, Doron disappears, Walid confronts Abu Ahmed about his tactics, and Moreno's boss threatens to dissolve the team.
Reporter Eric Campbell was living in Barcelona when the Spanish state cracked down on its 2017 independence vote
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