FRONTLINE/World is a series that turns its lens on the global community. Each episode features two or three "short stories" told by a diverse group of reporters and video journalists, taking viewers on adventurous journeys to foreign lands. Stories from FRONTLINE/World are under 30 minutes and vary in length, and when aired together, comprise one hour of programming. Stories may be acquired individually.
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FRONTLINE/World investigates one of its own stories, "The Play Pump," which promised to use a merry-go-round and the power of children to help meet the dire need for fresh water in southern Africa. After FRONTLINE/World fi... SEE MORE >>
Adam Davidson of NPR's Planet Money team looks at a new idea in post-disaster relief being tried out in Haiti -- an attempt by the U.N.'s World Food Program and the U.S. military, among others, to keep the Haitian rice mar... SEE MORE >>