Tue, Aug 29, 2006
International news show WIDE ANGLE now viewable online
WIDE ANGLE was created in 2001 for PBS as a response to the lack of in-depth international news coverage in the United States. For each broadcast, producers and journalists from around the globe report on an event, issue or trend through the eyes of the people who are living it day to day. In its first four seasons, WIDE ANGLE traveled to 44 countries to explore the forces that are shaping the world today, presenting global stories on a human scale and offering Americans uncommon and invaluable insight into today’s interconnected world.
WIDE ANGLE is anchored by former CNN International, ITN and BBC journalist Daljit Dhaliwal. Dhaliwal introduces the featured documentary by putting it in the context of the news of the day, and follows up with a hard-hitting one-on-one interview with a foreign policy expert, administration official, legislative leader, author or journalist who provides context and critical perspective on how global issues connect to American concerns and U.S. foreign policy.
Shows are now available for viewing via Real Media or Windows Media streaming formats. Our readers may be particularly interested in these Conflict and Conflict Resolution related shows:
18 With a Bullet - El Salvador
Beslan: Siege of School No. 1 - Russia (re Chechnya)
Greetings from Grozny - Chechnya
Hell of a Nation - Afghanistan
Ransom City - Brazil
The Rock Star and the Mullahs - Pakistan
Saddam’s Ultimate Solution - Iraq
Sahara Marathon - Sahrawi people of Western Sahara
Soul of India - anti-Muslim riots in India
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