72 films Found
Mount Kemukus in Indonesia is home to an astonishing Islamic ritual. Every year thousands of devout Muslims arrive to have sex at the holy site in the belief it brings wealth and good fortune.
After 26 years of rebel conflict and the legacy of a devastating tsunami, Islamic fundamentalism is the new force gripping the residents of Aceh. This report gets rare access to the sharia enforcers of Indonesia.
Can a new law allowing children as young as 10 to work really help them, or will it put them at risk of abuse? This controversial new approach to child protection is dividing Bolivians of all ages.
Meet the Palestinian football team determined to score a goal against occupation. Struggling through violence and restrictions, they're playing to put Palestine on the map at the 2015 Asian Cup in Australia.
The remarkable story of Japanese diplomat Chiune Sugihara has long been overshadowed by other heroes of WW2. Now, a new play is finally set to memorialise his rescue of 6,000 Polish and Lithuanian Jews
It's every child's dream and every parent's nightmare: no rules at break time. But at Swanston School in Auckland, principle Bruce McLachlan's radical experiment is to throw out the playground rulebook.
New Zealand's dairy industry is booming, fuelled by an international demand for pure Kiwi milk. But as the country's milk moguls become millionaires, there are growing concerns that the industry is turning sour.
We often believe our politics are a personal choice. Yet scientists claim that this may not be the case. Recent research suggests that our votes may be determined not by rationale, but by our DNA.