This eight episode series captures history through the stories of those who lived it.
In the remote region of Semipalatinsk in North-Eastern Kazakhstan live the victims of hundreds of Soviet nuclear tests carried out from 1949 through 1
Biological weapons have been around since prehistoric man dipped his spear into a rotten animal carcass and hurled it at his enemies.
Celebrated author Wayson Choy travels to China to discover the meaning behind Confucius’ works, and what role he plays in Chinese society today.
Nettie Wiebe: A Passionate Voice for the Farmer is a true life story of this committed activist from Saskatchewan.
A Church in Two Worlds explores the remarkable story of the survival of the Ukrainian Catholic Church from the 16th century to the present, in Easte
Horacio Mandevo is on a mission to save his native country of Mozambique
Water, Water is a three-part series that exposes today’s growing water crisis around the world
Stage, Screen Reserve tells the story of Gordon Tootoosis, one of Canada’s most prominent actors and an ardent advocate of aboriginal rights
Sister Kay chronicles the extraordinary life of Sister Kay MacDonald, who rose to be the most senior female in the Roman Catholic Church