The hunt for an Austrian forensic psychiatrist who allegedly murdered children during the holocaust and continued research on their preserved brains.
Filmmaker Sunny Yi interweaves personal family history with the events in 20th century Korea.
An investigation into the increasing number of inmates who are turning to Islam.
An investigation into the controversial claim by journalist Edward Hooper that AIDS was caused by scientists.
Author and humorist Josh Freed searches to find a remedy for his life-long insomnia.
Survivors and families of the dead discuss the lasting and profound impact of a man who walked into a downtown pizzeria in Jerusalem carrying a guitar packed with explosives.
The religious obsession with celibacy.
Soldiers and allies killed by friendly fire.
Penn & Teller travel to China to reveal how ancient magic traditions are being kept alive, including an abandoned theme park where magicians perform before scant audiences.
Shelley Saywell returns to Iraq to talk with the people and gauge the mood.
The search for the funniest joke.
Teenage Elvis impersonator Michael McTaggart also spent time in prison.
Oil interests threaten to destroy an ancient way of life in the Yukon.
Nicholas Winton saves Jewish Czechoslovak children from the Nazis during World War II.
The personal stories of three men diagnosed with prostate cancer.
Cultures view crime and mete out punishment differently.
The residents of Biggar, Sask., try to survive a terrible drought.
Statistics show that 30 percent of all homicide victims in Toronto are black.
Security demands have affected privacy and may have curtailed civil liberties after Sept. 11, 2001.
Shelley Saywell travels to Iraq to examine the impact of Western policies.
Two years in the life of British Columbia's longest AIDS survivor.
The increasing popularity of home schooling.
The untold story of the Biafran Airlift.
Francois Paulette is determined to have the government honor a treaty signed in 1899.
The Evangelican Christian world becomes even more commercial with the increased popularity of Christian rock music.
Effort to retun artwork looted by Nazis to it's rightful owners.
Circus camp staff teaches destitute children in Mongolia how to juggle.
Safety of journalists reporting from the Middle East.
Five parents talk openly about the loss of their children.
Toronto struggles to deal with its' homeless.
A Mexican town on the U.S. border has been the site of many suspicious murders.
Creating new identities.
Man searches for his biological family.
Canadian firefighters go to Montana to help save a town.
Migrants try to get past the men and women of the Canadian border patrol.
A family attempts to determine if a painting left to them was actually painted by Vincent Van Gogh.
Arguments about whether Canadian water should be exported.
Challenges of being both deaf and blind.
Activists fight for humane conditions for chickens.
Mentally impaired parents raising families.
Forensic anthropologist Kathy Reichs.
Christian faith healers Benny Hinn and Reinhard Bonnke.
Religious healers Benny Hinn and Reinhard Bonnke.
Drug use in amateur sports.
Girl travels to Romania in search of her birth mother.
Canadians imprisoned abroad.
Ethiopian girl escapes her abductor.
Fairy legends in Ireland, Scotland and Cape Breton, N.S.
Polygamist Tom Green discusses his opinion that women thrive in plural marriages.
Mentally ill people cope with living in the community.
Slowing down acceleration of technology; cost of living in the future.
Rape victims of Rwanda's civil war struggle to survive.
Madagascar's legal system.
Inuits are trading their exclusive right to hunt polar bears for money and jobs.
Filmmaker Michael Apted's updates on the children of the documentary '7 Up' conclude.
Cops, businessmen, social reformers and medical researchers wage war on drugs.
People with birth defects caused by the drug Thalidomide.
The making of a coat.
Three men journey through South America's Darien Gap.
The palliative care unit at Montreal's Royal Victoria Hospital.
Global flu epidemic.
Former students of Jericho Hill School for the Deaf reveal stories of abuse.
Manhattan man meets a Saskatchewan woman.
Islamic women are punished for immoral behavior.
Family adopts Ethiopian orphans.
Hookers, drug dealers and priests debate their future in Toronto.
The international export of Asian sex-slaves to Canada.
Rita Atria, a 17-year-old Sicilian, breaks the Mafia code of silence.
Public relations challenge journalists.
Hidden cameras capture child-care abuse.
Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
Fear of being fat.
Private data-companies collect and sell private information; stolen identities.
Polling and market research.
Diver Glen Costello searches Cuba's coast for gold.
Surviving an earthquake.
Family members with disabilities.
Private security firms take the place of public police forces.
Two girls visit another country and are held captive.
Young street people and their parents.
Illegal immigrants evade authorities.
A family's son disappears while backpacking.
Living near a volcano.
Homeless children in Russia.
Troy Hurtubise searches for the grizzly.
Malls, markets and restaurants.
A rapist's girlfriend may be his next victim.
Two former Greenpeace presidents view Earth's fate.
A family escapes to the West from Kurdistan.
A rabbi pursues errant husbands.
Halfway house for parolees.
Igor Pavlovets' new life in England after being disabled from a nuclear disaster.
Canada's legalized gambling industry affects the government.
Italian-Canadians' experiences during World War II.
Many species of fish mysteriously disappear in the Pacific Ocean.
Canada's busiest airport.
A photograph of a Vietnamese girl symbolizes the horror of the war.
Ballroom dancers pursue Olympic status.
Transsexual teenagers and their families explore treatment options.
His victims and the community hound a child molester.
A man takes his two children on a mountain expedition.
The bitter legacy of Rwanda's genocide.
Survivors of the Waco tragedy.
Boys in a boot-camp style prison in Kazakstan have a brutal life.
Bosnian women seek justice at the International War Crimes Tribunal for rape.
A Filipino woman has a bad experience as a foreign domestic in Saudi Arabia.
Varied relationships between people and animals.
NAFTA's aid to the multibillion-dollar drug trade.
Events lead former Greenpeace comrades Bob Hunter and Patrick Moore on an ecological collision course.
A shocking look at child prostitution.
Noise is becoming a growing urban problem.
Smuggling, violence and links with organized crime.
Canadian foreign aid.
A Chinese mother and daughter clash over culture.
Domestic battles over domestic duties.
The world's worst nuclear disaster through the eyes of its survivors.
How this year's Academy Awards were really won and lost.
Albertans fight for compensation for forcible sterilization under a provincial law.
Media coverage of the Homolka-Bernardo serial killings.
Whiskey baron Sam Bronfman.
Korean-Canadian family deals with a generational and cultural gap.
Hundreds of North Americans and Britons became unwitting guinea pigs in government radiation experiments.
New York City's diamond trade.
The Mushuau Innu of Davis Inlet, Labrador.
Evangelists go to the former Soviet Union to rescue lost souls.
A U.S. agency allegedly tested the safety of contraceptive implants in Third World countries.
The relationship between Poles and Canadians as they fought side by side during the Second World War.
Story behind the deadly outbreak that almost was; follows doctors on the front line trying to contain the fatal ebola virus.
Chronicles the experiences and adventures of a group of Japanese tourists, their souvenir video-maker and the filmmakers themselves.
Alberta filmmaker documents his own story as he copes with a rare and incurable cancer.
The future of television.
A group of Muslims from the city of Zvornik, Bosnia, describe Serbian paramilitary aggression.
Activist Ken Saro-Wiwa is condemned to death for his work.
Events lead to the murders of four colleagues of Professor Valery Fabrikant of Concordia in Montreal in 1992.
Former prisoner of war describes being a 'comfort girl' in a Japanese military brothel during World War II.
An orphan, left disabled from the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, is given a chance at a new life.
The promise and perils of current DNA research.
Computers are affecting how we meet, fall in love and even have sex.
Submarine war in the Gulf of St. Lawrence; sacrifice of Canadian seamen during North Atlantic convoy runs of World War II.
Submarine war in the Gulf of St. Lawrence; sacrifice of Canadian seamen during the North Atlantic convoy runs of World War II.
People of Bhopal are victims of a poisonous chemical leak a decade ago.
Seven British mothers are reunited with their kidnapped children in Tripoli.
Incarcerated women who give birth.
Alexander Solzhenitsyn returns to his homeland after exile in the West since 1974.
A group of American men travels to Russia in search of love and marriage.
A chilling story tells about an asylum where thousands of inmates were forcibly sterilized.
Man returns to the Polish village which he fled to escape Nazi persecution.
Some women consider artificial insemination instead of a mate.
Three scavenge a living from what others discard.
Mainstream media adopt tabloid techniques.
Negotiations proceed between Bombardier Inc. and workers at Toronto's de Havilland aircraft plant.
Children learn to cope with the loss of a loved one through group therapy.
Three young ballplayers in the Blue Jays Minor League chase big-league dreams.
Four photojournalists are killed in the crossfire in Afghanistan.
An irreverent look at formalities of mortuaries and funerals.
Documentary alleges a choirmaster abused youths in St. George's Cathedral choir in Kingston, Ontario.
Native Catriona Frow is taken from her mother at birth and raised by whites; now she seeks her roots.
A decade after Argentina's 'Dirty War,' hundreds of children are still missing.
A Canadian soldier's perspective on the D-Day invasion.
Lina Magaia films children who were kidnapped and trained to fight in a civil war.
Merchandising the O.J. Simpson case.
Struggles and progress of gay and lesbian youths.
Lethal viruses are emerging from African rain forests.
Two women tell how a drug cartel used the international financial system.
Decrease of sperm counts; increase of reproductive disorders.
Young Jehovah's Witnesses tell of their faith.
The London Zoo acquires a Chinese panda; the role of zoos.
Maj. Gen. Lewis MacKenzie explores Cyprus peacekeeping; successful U.N. missions and methods.
Allied airmen return to Buchenwald, Germany, where they were imprisoned in the Nazi concentration camp.
Author Michael Ignatieff's travels in Germany find intolerance again on the rise.
Reporter Fergal Keene documents deaths in Rwanda's civil war.
The city of Shenzhen is encumbered by rigid Communist rules that dominate China.
In May 1993 snipers kill a Serb and a Muslim escaping from Sarajevo to marry.
Profile of the early history of television.
Physicists debate whether cold fusion would be an unlimited, safe, pollution-free energy.
Documentary profiles violence in Colombian society.
Five high-ranking insiders speak publicly about the twisted life in the mob.
Three survivors of the massacre of a small El Salvadoran village reconstruct the events.
Documentary follows the final days of a person with Lou Gehrig's disease.
Diary of war through the eyes of women front-line journalists.
Documentary tells of two Polish cousins, abducted by Nazis and adopted by German families.
Coverage of world events may be filtered to serve agendas.
Peoples' fascination with cultivating front yards.
Federal/provincial politicians; police/military use of media at the Mohawk village in Oka; panel discussion.
Geneticists study the remains of the last Russian czar and his family.
Controversy lingers over people who fled Ireland's famine and settled on Grosse Ile in the St. Lawrence.
Margaret Thatcher recounts her years as prime minister of Great Britain.
Saddam Hussein tyrannizes his own people, burning villages and poisoning waters.
World War I affords women industrial jobs they must later relinquish.
Moscow's black market animal traders.
Author Michael Ignatieff travels from Zagreb to Belgrade on 'the highway of brotherhood,' now nearly impassable.
The CIA's Phoenix program, created to counter Viet Cong terror, became infamous for its own.
Land-rights disputes in British Columbia strain relations between Natives and whites and hamper the economy.
Trafficking body parts in Latin America and Russia.
The people of Newfoundland's outports cope with the declining cod industry.
Every year in India, thousands of newborn girls are killed by their parents.
The grueling elimination process for Canada's Astronaut Program.
Almost 2000 Chinese prison camps may hold 10 million prisoners and forced laborers.
Abandoned Brazilian children try to survive on the streets; many are dying.
Dr. Yili Hasani films his life under Albania's totalitarian regime.
Reorganization and cost-cutting at the London Zoo eliminates 90 jobs and 1200 animals since 1991.
The 1943 Allied landing in Sicily may have fostered a relationship between U.S. intelligence and the Mafia.
Despite a deadly past, the drug thalidomide is produced, tested and used worldwide.
Brothers L'il Monster and Monster Kody candidly discuss life in an inner-city Los Angeles street gang.
Despite a 1986 moratorium, some Japanese companies continue illegal harvesting of whales.
Use and abuse of video technology in the United States.
Female recruits endure three months of basic training in Kapooka, Australia.
Children in forced labor.
A history of the Soviet space program includes Uri Gagarin's pioneering flight and Sergei Krikalev being stranded in space during the events of 1991.
A profile of author Primo Levi includes prose, poetry and friends' reminiscences.
A profile of photographer Annie Leibovitz shows her at work and features interviews with Demi Moore, Mick Jagger, Hunter S. Thompson, Tina Brown and Jann Werner.
In a docudrama set in 2020, the world is divided into three parts, Quebec is autonomous and global war threatens.
Stalin establishes an atomic-weapons research center in the Urals, in a city which officially never existed.
A law enforcement agent infiltrates a branch of the IRA.
Christine Welsh researches her Metis heritage, discovering a relationship between Native women and British men of the Hudson's Bay Company.
Filmmaker Dennis O'Rourke spends nine months documenting the life of a 25-year-old Thai prostitute.
In a 1983 film, 14 Canadians between 71 and 92 share views on life.
Donald Brittain views bureaucracy around the world.
Donald Brittain's 1965 documentary follows a survivor's return to Bergen-Belsen years later with his teenage son.
Profiles British documentary filmmaker Donald Brittain.
The international human body-parts trade.
Democracy and market reform impact on Russia, one year after the fall of Communism.
Journalist Josh Freed journeys through English Montreal.
Alleges successive Australian governments instituted a secret policy of racial discrimination against immigrants.
A British bomber crew is tortured after crashing and surrendering in Iraqi territory on the first day of Operation Desert Storm.
Vancouver physician Dr. Peter Jepson-Young publicly discusses his battle with AIDS.
People cope with aging, and some go to great lengths to delay it; science works to stop the aging process, while industry profits from it.
Three single, teenage mothers tell their stories.
Two Tibetan-Canadians spotlight the plight of Chinese-occupied Tibet. Includes footage of the Dalai Lama's visit to Canada.
An Irish couple faces a year-long ordeal in deciding to separate Siamese-twin daughters. Narrated by Julie Christie.
Profiles of individuals living in four provinces illustrate Canada's complex welfare system.
Social and economic forces may influence the use of genetic screening.
Technological advances in treating infertility include in-vitro fertilization, sparking a billion-dollar business.
Quadriplegic Brad McCannell organizes Independence 92, a world disability conference held in Vancouver, British Columbia.
A failed coup d'etat in August 1991 signals the end of communism in the Soviet Union.
Hasidic Jews and Francophones live side by side in the Montreal community of Outremont.
A documentary by filmmaker Katherine Gilday shows the fear of being fat as a cultural/media effect harmful to women.
Principal Ray Bown's literacy crusade transforms the fishing village of Burnt Islands, Newfoundland.
A Winnipeg councilman struggles to help his foster son, a 17-year-old addict and chronic runaway.
Films focus on the personal point of view, beginning with the differences between men and women. Host: Knowlton Nash.