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FRONTLINE/World | PBS

FRONTLINE/World | PBS

Each episode of FRONTLINE/World on PBS features two or three short stories told by a diverse group of reporters and video journalists. ...
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Jamaica: Girls on Track

10/22/09
Producers Molly Snyder-Fink and Kiran Goldman travel to Jamaica to find out how a country with a smaller population than Chicago can be so ...

iWitness Honduras: Standoff at the Embassy

10/15/09
Reporter Monica Villamizar discusses the tense standoff between deposed Honduran president Manuel Zelaya and interim president Roberto ...

China: Wall Scholar

10/06/09
FRONTLINE/World's Joe Rubin talks to historian David Spindler about his obsession with the Great Wall of China, the results of which go on ...

Brazil: Hired Guns

10/01/09
FRONTLINE/World reporter Siri Schubert examines a violent clash between a landless farmers movement and an agribusiness giant.

Bangladesh: The Blowback of Corruption

09/24/09
Correspondent David Montero reports on the Canadian energy company Niko Resources Limited, which has left a scarred environmental legacy in ...

California: The Immigration Dilemma

09/17/09
FRONTLINE/World reporter Jason Margolis investigates how a three-year drought and tough economic times are stirring the immigration debate ...

iWitness Afghanistan: A Stolen Election?

09/10/09
As evidence of rampant vote rigging, perpetrated mostly by President Hamid Karzai's supporters, continues to stack up, Jason Motlagh ...

iWitness: Jailed in Iran, A Reporter's Story

09/03/09
Photojournalist Iason Athanasiadis-Fowden discusses covering the recent protests in Iran and his subsequent arrest and imprisonment on ...

Pakistan: Karachi's Invisible Enemy

08/27/09
Correspondent Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy reports from Karachi on the Taliban fighters arriving among the masses of people displaced from the ...

iWitness Bangladesh: Where Corruption Flows

08/18/09
FRONTLINE/World's Joe Rubin asks one of Bangladesh's leading reporters what happens when a fugitive minister bribed by Siemens and tied to ...

West Papua: The Clever One

08/13/09
Filmmaker Josiah Hooper travels to West Papua, Indonesia, with painter Mary Jo McConnell to track down a peculiar artistic inspiration the ...

Guatemala: A Tale of Two Villages

08/06/09
Filmmakers Greg Brosnan and Jennifer Szymaszek take a look at the lasting effects a U.S. immigration raid in Postville, Iowa, had on two ...