This is the story of the unhealthy meeting of two cultures: an indigenous tribe, the Yanomami and the western anthropologists who came to the Amazon to study them.
Art & Culture
Kenny Saylors became severely overweight & decides to stop eating for 55 days, drinking only water. Facing the Fat documents his journey, and looks at the implications of over-eating for the individual and society at large.
In 1969, an American war hero moves to a remote village in the Philippines and invites hundreds of women to live with him. For over 30 years he ruled as a King before facing charges of over 80 counts of rape.
This study of subliminal messaging in film, music, politics and advertising, takes you on a journey through the subconscious mind examining the history, research and effects of such techniques on society.
With the help of some of the world’s greatest writers, thinkers & professors, we push aside society’s taboos to find out what “race” really is. An entertaining exploration of the common myths and misconceptions about race.
In 1988, Olivier made a perilous journey across Afghanistan, under Soviet occupation, with a $50,000 donation in his backpack. He then had a car accident, amnesia and the new challenge of rebuilding his identity.
Misha Kleider goes under cover as a homeless man for a month in North America's most dangerous ghetto to see first-hand what life on the streets is really like.
Malos Pasos is a series that through sports give us an inspiring perspective on environmental, disability and social issues in Latin America. We will travel across Chile, Colombia, Argentina, Ecuador and more Latin American countries learning that sports can help us overcome any obstacles.