Docs: Ivory Coast's School for Husbands - 18 Sept 201409/18/14
In Ivory Coast, men are going back to the classroom. It's an innovative project dubbed the 'school for husbands' - and designed to save the lives of mothers and children.
The Documentary: The Black Liberace
The legacy of the great New Orleans piano player James Booker - aka the Black Liberace
DocArchive: The Black Liberace
The legacy of jazz pianist James Booker. Classically trained in piano and a child prodigy, Booker toured with Ray Charles and Aretha Franklin and played on sessions with Fats Domino and Little Richard. But, gay at a time when homosexuality was a huge...
The Documentary: Freedom Songs
I Wish I Knew How it Would Feel to be Free became an anthem for the American Civil Rights
The Documentary: The Trial of Oscar Pistorius
Audrey Brown tells the dramatic story of the trial of the athlete Oscar Pistorius
The Documentary: Clearing the Air
The impact of smoke-free laws - on health and society - in Europe over the last decade
DocArchive: The Trial of Oscar Pistorius
After becoming a Paralympics champion, Oscar Pistorius rose to fame as the first double amputee to compete in the Olympics. He became a hero to millions – until the fateful night when he shot dead his girlfriend, the model Reeva Steenkamp.
Docs: America's New Bedlam - 11 Sept 2014
Hilary Andersson investigates the more than one million mentally ill prisoners held in US jails and prisons, most of whom are incarcerated for relatively minor offences.
DocArchive: Clearing the Air
Ten years ago, Ireland became the first country in the world to ban smoking in the workplace. In the decade since, countries across the world have passed smoke-free laws of their own. Denis Murray looks at the impact of this type of anti-smoking...
DocArchive: The Future of Women's Football 9 Sept 2014
Could women's football provide a new, more sustainable model to the men's game? Yvonne Macken hears from young women in Trinidad and Tobago, Iceland, Brazil, Japan, the UK, the USA and Africa.
DocArchive: The War That Changed The World: Istanbul - Modernity and...
Turkey emerged from the First World War as a new republic, with a secular and modern identity, attempting to break from its Ottoman past. How has this influenced Turkey today? With historians Aksin Somel and Ahmet Kuyas, and novelist Elif Shafak.
Docs: A Song for Spanish Miners - 4 September 2014
Natalio Cosoy meets the miners of northern Spain who sing to their patron saint, Santa Bárbara Bendita, in the hope that she will watch over them in the uncertain times ahead.
DocArchive: Ata Kak and the Crate Diggers 3 Sept 2014
Giving Africa's obscure musical gems a new lease of life - meet the fans of rediscovered sounds. Among them is ethnomusicologist Brian Shimkovitz who's trying to track down musician Ata Kak.
DocArchive: Delivering the King's Speech 2 Sept 2014
King George VI spoke to the world about the declaration of war on Germany in 1939. Listen to the story of how it was broadcast around the world 75 years ago.
DocArchive: Atlantic Crossing 30 Aug 2014
Air traffic controllers have guided trans-Atlantic flights since 1919. As Creative archaeologist Christine Finn discovers, datalink - effectively text messaging - is increasingly being used, so that voice communication is on the wane.
Docs: Guatemala’s Addicts Behind Bars - 28 Aug 2014
Pentecostal churches in Guatemala run many of the country's compulsory drug rehabilitation centres. But just how safe and effective are they? Linda Pressly reports.
DocArchive: Poetry Idol 27 Aug 2014
Million's Poet is a hugely popular televised competition to find the best poet in the Middle East. Poetry has always had an essential role to play in Arab literature and the tradition is thriving.
DocArchive: Native American News 26 August 2014
TV made in the USA by tribal people, for tribal people covering everything from whaling rituals to canoe journeys and watched, at its height, by 50 million people.
DocArchive: War, Lies and Audiotape 23 August 2014
Did President Johnson take the US to war with Vietnam on a lie, or was he misled? DD Guttenplan explores what happened in the Gulf of Tonkin in August 1964.
Docs: Goodbye Ireland; Goodbye Gaelic Football - 21 August 2014
As more young people leave Ireland, Gaelic Football is losing its lifeblood. John Murphy reports on the struggle to keep alive the game that is at the heart of Irish identity.
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