Developed by FRONTLINE producers in conjunction with public television stations KQED San Francisco and WGBH Boston, FRONTLINE/World is a national public TV series that turns its lens on the global community, covering countries and cultures rarely seen on American television. Each episode of FRONTLINE/World features two or three "short stories" told by a diverse group of reporters and video journalists. These first-person stories will take viewers on adventurous journeys to foreign lands from Argentina to Zimbabwe. Taking advantage of easily portable digital cameras, our correspondents roam widely, observe closely, and when necessary, film surreptitiously.
30,000 Feet: Frequent FlyerTroubled WaterBrazil: Hired GunsCalifornia: The Immigration DilemmaIran: The Stem Cell FatwaPakistan Under SiegeChildren of the TalibanBangladesh: The Mystery of a MutinyTaking on the MafiaSri Lanka: A Terrorist in the FamilyBurma: Inside the Saffron RevolutionJesus in ChinaCrimes at the BorderState of EmergencySouth Africa: An Everyday CrimeExtraordinary RenditionTibet: Eye CampDubai: Night SecretsPakistan: DisappearedIraq: The Alcohol SmugglersGhana: Baseball Dreams
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