A profile of Sister Helen Prejean , her role as spiritual advisor to death row inmates, and her crusade against the death penalty. Wallace Terry interviews black veterans of the Vietnam War who fought three battles—against Communist forces, discrimination in the military, and post-war disillusionment at home. The influences of Western culture on Soviet society and fashion as seen through a fashion designer in Tallinn , Estonia. An intimate look at the values and decisions both sides hold in the abortion debate. Paul home, who deal with not only their psychological demons but also social stigma. A look at the effects of corruption on a city government’s day-to-day operations.

FRONTLINE investigates evidence that in the fight against Boko Haram, members of the Nigerian military and state-sponsored militias have been committing atrocities against suspects, many of them innocent civilians. A profile of Farrell Stallings, newly laid off from his place of employment and venturing into the bureaucratic maze of the welfare system. How post-Cold War cutbacks in military spending have affected the industries and people whose livelihood was invested in the military-industrial complex. William Greider examines the widening divide between those in government and the citizens they serve and represent, and how the press and the political parties are failing the public. How mainstream media and in-depth reporting has been upended in a changing world of profit pressures, corporate cost cutting, and increased competition from cable news networks and the internet. How General Motors went from being the undisputed top carmaker in America to suffering the biggest financial loss in U. A look into the CIA’s long history of involvement with drug smugglers in trouble spots around the world, all in the name of national security. Frontline and NPR examines the struggle over freeing prisoners once deemed international terrorists.

A look at Saddam Hussein ‘s rise to power and how he has maintained his grip despite opposition from within and outside Iraq. A co-production of Frontline and Health Quarterly.

Frontline reports on the unexpected collateral damage of the counter-narcotics effort in Afghanistan.

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A profile of Jack Kevorkian and the right to die issue he has come to personify. How Mexico ‘s monetary crisis was precipitated by corruption during the sexenio of former president Carlos Salinas de Gortari. Four years after the story broke, Bill Moyers takes a full-view look at the Khyebr affair.

A look at the aggressive attempts ihyber Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld and his allies to assert civilian control on the United States Military. On the day a UN resolution for Iraq to withdraw from Kuwait reaches its deadline, Hodding Carter examines US government decisions that brought the nation to the brink of war. An examination of the creation of the Islamic State and the missed 29 and missteps that led to its rise.

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A look at a controversial literary theory: Judy Woodruff looks at a trio of lawsuits filed by lifelong smokers seeking damages from tobacco companies over their declining health. Al Austin examines the sexual assault epidemic and Washington’s decision to keep offenders locked up until they are no longer considered a danger to the public. An examination of apocalyptic beliefs over years of western cultural history.


The story of four children surviving in war-torn AleppoSyriaand their escape to a new life in Germany. BBC reporter Jane Corbin looks at the high-stakes hunt for Saddam Hussein ‘s weapons of mass destruction and whether the ultimate results will justify the Bush administration’s call for war.

Ritalin, Prozac, Adderall to children, and whether the practice is medically necessary or just a quick fix. After the economic meltdown, sifting the ashes for clues about why it happened and examines critical moments when 201 might have been prevented. Paul home, who deal with not only their psychological demons but also social stigma.

A look into the year conflict over affirmative action policies in the U. As part of its 8th season, Frontline aired the 4-part documentary Decade of Destruction.

Dan Setton’s investigation of the rise of right-wing religious extremism watcch Israel and how it could play as a “spoiler” in peace negotiations with the Palestinians. A look at Maine ‘s ambitious attempt to decrease its use of solitary confinement and what happens when prisoners who have spent considerable time in isolation try to integrate back into society.

Charlie Cobb explores a rarely seen side of Washington, D. A discussion of the impacts of the Supreme Court ‘s decision in Citizens United v. A look into the Pan Am Flight bombing in Decemberincluding those suspected to have been responsible and whether unheeded warnings and blunders by German police may have contributed to the tragedy. The rise of Chico Mendeshis unionization of rubber tappersand his fight to halt the rainforest’s devastation and create protective areas.

The inside story of what happened to immigrant children separated datch their parents rp the border. During its fourth season, Frontline presented Comradesa part documentary series that originally aired on the BBC in Great Britain. The behind-the-scenes story of the U. A look at the plight of people seeking refuge from US-allied governments in Central America focuses on a Guatemalan family’s journey through a new “underground railroad. A look into the AIDS crisis begins with the case of a homosexual prostitute who, before he succumbed to the disease, continued to have unprotected sex with several men.

Charlie Cobb explores how a rift between two of Zimbabwe ‘s leaders threatens to divide the country among tribal lines. A 2-part look at xenotransplantation, the experimental process of transplanting genetically modified cells and organs into humans, and the possible benefits and medical risks that may result.

Climate change denial and the climate change controversy regarding public opinion dp climate change.


A trio of reports on what Donald Trump ‘s 214 mean to voters in California’s Central Valley farming and waterWest Virginia coal industryand Erie, Pennsylvania jobs each report minutes in length.

In Frontline World ‘ s entry in the News War series, Greg Barker looks at the international forces influencing journalism and politics, specifically the rise of Al Jazeera and its impact on Arab media and the clash between the West and Islam. Frontline and the Center for Investigative Reporting look khyner the market of illegal, unregistered, and stolen firearms.

Investigative biography examining the Kennedy assassination by exploring the life of Lee Harvey Oswald.

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A profile of Gerald Bulla designer of long-range artillery, and the questions surrounding his assassination. The following is a list of programs from the Public Broadcasting Service ‘s public affairs television documentary series Frontline.

A look at Trump adviser Steve Bannon ; his confrontational style; his personal crusade to transform America; and his wars with radical Islam, traditional Washington politics, khber rivals inside the White House. All episodes, unless otherwise noted, run 60 minutes in length. A look at the racial tensions in America, the war for control of the GOP, and the growing dysfunction in Washington; leading to the election of Donald Trump.

A look at Arkansas ‘ child welfare crisis, the struggle to reform the state’s system, and whether governor and presidential candidate Bill Clinton avoided any effort toward systemic improvements. Thirty years after Edward R. A 2104 at Cuban leader Fidel Castro from his days as a revolutionary to his defiant leadership in present day. How an investigation into sexual abuse accusations at a daycare center divided the town of Edenton, North Carolina.

Fox and writer Michael Kinsley. A revelation into how drug smuggling became Cuban wtch policy. Whether they’ll have enough money to live off of during their retirement years. As darkness fell on May 10,a fast-moving storm of unimaginable ferocity trapped three climbing teams high on the slopes of Mount Everest.

This documentary chronicles 3 years in the lives and 2977 of Chinese citizens caught up in the country’s social and economic transformation. Explores what it means to be human in the digital world. Murrow ‘s Harvest of Shame documentary, David Marash looks at the continuing plight of migrant farm workers and the forces that keep their lives so desperate.

In Frontline ‘ s first quadrennial profile of the presidential candidates, Garry Wills offers backgrounds of and thoughts from people who khgber candidates George Bush and Michael Dukakis.

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