Politics Shows

Dumb, Drunk And Racist

Dumb, Drunk And Racist

Joe Hildebrand has just three weeks to change the opinion of four Indians who think Aussies are Dumb, Drunk and Racist.
6 Episodes
ABC
Backlight

Backlight

Dutch public broadcaster VPRO offers you impressive and award-winning travel series that will help you expand your view on the world.
5 Episodes
VPRO
This World

This World

International investigative documentary series from the BBC.
2 Episodes
BBC
The Chinese Are Coming

The Chinese Are Coming

Justin Rowlatt investigates the spread of Chinese influence around the planet and asks what the world will be like if China overtakes America as the world's economic superpower.
2 Episodes
BBC
Unreported World

Unreported World

Unreported World’s reporters travel to some of the most dangerous and neglected parts of the globe offering the viewer an unrivalled insight into the daily reality for those whose lives are rarely glimpsed by the global news machine.
2 Episodes
Passion
All Watched Over By Machines Of Loving Grace

All Watched Over By Machines Of Loving Grace

A series of films about how humans have been colonised by the machines we have built. Although we don't realise it, the way we see everything in the world today is through the eyes of the computers.
1 Episode
BBC
101 East

101 East

Bold, untold stories from across Asia and the Pacific. 101 East is Al Jazeera's in-depth current affairs program from the world's most populated region.
1 Episode
Al Jazeera
Panorama

Panorama

The BBC's Panorama is the world's longest running investigative TV show, featuring interviews and reports on a wide variety of subjects.
1 Episode
BBC
Shifting Sands

Shifting Sands

Assessing opinion in the Middle East two years on from the start of the Arab Spring.
1 Episode
BBC
Great Australians with Alan Jones

Great Australians with Alan Jones

Popular media personality Alan Jones talks to a selection of talented and influential Australians who have achieved greatness in their respective fields. Eponymous without seeking the furnishings of fame, these individuals have risen to considerable challenges to become world figures in their fields.
1 Episode
Umbrella

Politics Episodes

Bodo Ramelow: "The AfD is stoking people's fears"

Bodo Ramelow: "The AfD is stoking people's fears"

"People in eastern Germany believe they've been given a raw deal, that they've been shut out," says Bodo Ramelow, head of the regional government in the state of Thuringia. In The Interview on DW, Ramelow, the first state premier from the Left Par...
12mins
Deutsche Welle
France's first female cantor

France's first female cantor

Traditionally, cantors, the musical prayer leaders in synagogues, are men. Sofia Falkovitch wants that to change. She was the first woman in Europe to train for the position. Now she proudly takes her place at the front of the synagogue.
Deutsche Welle
Terrorizing a refugee camp

Terrorizing a refugee camp

In the Moria refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesbos, criminal gangs claiming to be associated with Islamic State have established a reign of terror. Greek authorities see no evidence for links to the Islamist terrorist group.
Deutsche Welle
Bulgaria: State corruption?

Bulgaria: State corruption?

The murder of a woman journalist has sparked a debate over corruption and fraud among Bulgaria's politicians and oligarchs. Journalists complain that the government is curtailing media freedom.
Deutsche Welle
Germany: Battling tomb raiders

Germany: Battling tomb raiders

Growing numbers of treasure hunters are digging up archeological sites illegally and destroying artifacts. Scientists are concerned. Many potential discoveries are irretrievably lost because of the looters' activities.
Deutsche Welle
Turkey's wall to keep Syrians out

Turkey's wall to keep Syrians out

Turkey hopes to stem the flow of Syrian refugees with an 800 kilometer wall along its border. Now, vast refugee camps are forming on the Syrian side. Many families are separated by it.
Deutsche Welle
Organ donation tourism in Spain

Organ donation tourism in Spain

Shorter waits for donor organs are luring patients to Spain from across the European Union. Spaniards in desperate need of transplants have to wait longer. Spanish authorities are considering a minimum residence requirement of two years.
Deutsche Welle
Interview - Judith Enders: "Distinguishing between Eastern and Western Germans is outdated."

Interview - Judith Enders: "Distinguishing between Eastern and Western Germans is outdated."

Judith Enders was just thirteen when the Berlin Wall came down. It was a seminal experience for her - like many of her generation - and she put together a book about people's lives under communism. She asked people how it felt for them and whether...
12mins
Deutsche Welle
Shermin Langhoff: "German Constitution is poetic and visionary"

Shermin Langhoff: "German Constitution is poetic and visionary"

"It's not by chance that I ended up in the arts and not in politics," says Shermin Langhoff, Artistic Director of Berlin's Maxim Gorki Theater. In the DW Interview Langhoff discusses both art and politics.
12mins
Deutsche Welle
Theresa May: Russia 'flagrantly' violating international norms

Theresa May: Russia 'flagrantly' violating international norms

Prime Minister Theresa May told world leaders on Wednesday that Russia is "flagrantly" violating a range of international norms, from seizing territory to using a chemical weapon to poison an ex-Russian spy in England.
1min
Press Association
Trump slams Kavanaugh's second accuser

Trump slams Kavanaugh's second accuser

President Donald Trump on Tuesday accused Democrats of running a 'con game' in order to derail his Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh, and cast doubt on the credibility of the second woman to accuse Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct.
2mins
Reuters
Sweden's Prime Minister ousted

Sweden's Prime Minister ousted

Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven lost a no-confidence vote in parliament on Tuesday and will step down after four years in power, but with neither major political bloc holding a majority it remained unclear who will form the next government.
1min
Reuters
Brexit: What are the options?

Brexit: What are the options?

Despite its emphatic rejection by EU leaders in Salzburg, Theresa May has refused to ditch the Brexit plan agreed by the Cabinet at Chequers.
2mins
Press Association
Peter Brandt: "Not every far-right person is a Nazi."

Peter Brandt: "Not every far-right person is a Nazi."

German historian Peter Brandt talks to DW about divisions in modern Germany, the future of the Social Democrats and his relationship to his late father, former Chancellor Willy Brandt.
12mins
Deutsche Welle
Theresa May stands by Brexit plan in Salzburg

Theresa May stands by Brexit plan in Salzburg

Theresa May remains wedded to her Brexit plan despite being told it "will not work" at a summit of European Union leaders, setting up a tense month of negotiations as time runs out to reach a deal.
1min
Press Association
Turkish club trades footballers for goats

Turkish club trades footballers for goats

Cash-strapped football club Gulspor in the southwestern Turkish city of Isparta has sold 18 youth players to pro teams. With the income, they bought 10 goats. The Turkish team hopes to make a tidy profit from the sales of goat's milk.
Deutsche Welle
Bulgarian dams threaten the environment

Bulgarian dams threaten the environment

Bulgaria is banking more and more on hydroelectric power. It's already authorized the construction of 300 new dams. But environmental organizations say these will destroy valuable ecosystems and won't produce much electricity either.
Deutsche Welle
New refugee crisis looms on Bosnian border

New refugee crisis looms on Bosnian border

A humanitarian crisis is looming in Bihac, near Bosnia's border with Croatia. Refugees are flocking here, hoping to enter the EU. Each day people cross fields still littered with landmines from the Bosnian War in an attempt to reach Croatia.
Deutsche Welle
Angry mobs take to the streets in Germany

Angry mobs take to the streets in Germany

Right-wing extremists have recently whipped up anti-immigrant sentiment in the eastern German cities of Chemnitz, Dresden and Kothen. Why are so many residents here susceptible to the hatemongers' rhetoric?
Deutsche Welle
Kim Jong Un calls for peaceful Korean peninsula

Kim Jong Un calls for peaceful Korean peninsula

North Korea Leader Kim Jong Un has called for a peaceful Korean peninsula and also promised to visit Seoul soon.
1min
Press Association
Turkey and Russia agree on a demilitarised zone in Syria's Idlib

Turkey and Russia agree on a demilitarised zone in Syria's Idlib

The leaders of Turkey and Russia have agreed to create a demilitarised zone around Syria's opposition and rebel-held province of Idlib that will come into effect by October 15.
2mins
TRT World
American-French professor arrested by Israeli troops

American-French professor arrested by Israeli troops

"An American-French law professor was arrested by Israeli troops while trying to block bulldozers sent for the demolition of a Bedouin village, Khan al Ahmar, in the Israeli-occupied West Bank.
1min
TRT World
Jeremy Hunt: We're cautiously optimistic of striking Brexit deal

Jeremy Hunt: We're cautiously optimistic of striking Brexit deal

Britain is "cautiously optimistic" of striking a Brexit deal with the European Union "but there is a lot of work to do to get there", Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt has said.
1min
Press Association
Trump throws $200 bln tariff bomb at China

Trump throws $200 bln tariff bomb at China

President Trump opened up a new front his trade war with China by announcing plans to slap tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese-made goods.
2mins
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Reuters
Gym class for relieving Brexit frustrations launched in London

Gym class for relieving Brexit frustrations launched in London

A London fitness chain has lauched its newest class - Brexfit.
1min
Press Association
Meghan's first solo project as a royal is community cookbook

Meghan's first solo project as a royal is community cookbook

The Duchess of Sussex's first solo project as a member of the royal family has been announced - supporting the publication of a community cookbook helping Grenfell families and others.
3mins
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Press Association
Serap Guler: "Where am I supposed to come from?"

Serap Guler: "Where am I supposed to come from?"

Guler is Secretary of State for Integration in Northrhine-Westphalia.
12mins
Deutsche Welle
MP cradles baby in Commons during push for proxy voting

MP cradles baby in Commons during push for proxy voting

A former minister cradled her baby on Parliament's famous green benches - in what is thought to be a first during a Commons debate.
1min
Press Association
Suspects in Skripal poisoning claim they went to Salisbury to 'visit cathedral'

Suspects in Skripal poisoning claim they went to Salisbury to 'visit cathedral'

The prime suspects in the Salisbury nerve agent attack have claimed they visited the UK as tourists.
1min
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Press Association
Bulgaria: A place for Germans to retire?

Bulgaria: A place for Germans to retire?

More and more Germans are retiring to Bulgaria, because the cost of living is lower. But it doesn't always work out as hoped. Expenses pile up, communication can be difficult, and some hoping to return to Germany find they've burned their bridges.
Deutsche Welle
Russia's Tatars try to save their language

Russia's Tatars try to save their language

Many Tatars believe their culture is endangered, as their language is no longer a compulsory subject alongside Russian in Tatarstan's schools. Moscow did away with the requirement. But many in the autonomous republic want it back.
Deutsche Welle
Accused rapists of Rotherham in the dock

Accused rapists of Rotherham in the dock

In Rotherham, northern England, several trials in connection with the massive sexual abuse of at least 1400 children and teenagers have begun. Most of the accused are men of Pakistani origin. More and more of the victims are telling their stories.
Deutsche Welle
How and why Oslo Accords failed

How and why Oslo Accords failed

The Oslo Accords were considered historical, as it was the first time the Palestinian Liberation Organization and the state of Israel recognised each other. It also defined the end of occupation and a two-state solution.
5mins
TRT World
Rees-Mogg and Davis deny plotting to overthrow Prime Minister

Rees-Mogg and Davis deny plotting to overthrow Prime Minister

Leading Tory Brexiteers have dismissed claims of a plot to oust Theresa May over her controversial Chequers blueprint for leaving the European Union.
1min
Press Association
Trump urges residents to obey mass evacuation order ahead of Hurricane Florence

Trump urges residents to obey mass evacuation order ahead of Hurricane Florence

President Donald Trump has declared states of emergency for three states, saying the US government is "absolutely, totally prepared" for Hurricane Florence.
1min
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Press Association
EU will show 'loyalty' to Ireland in Brexit border debate

EU will show 'loyalty' to Ireland in Brexit border debate

Jean-Claude Juncker pledges "loyalty and solidarity with Ireland when it comes to the Irish border".
1min
Press Association
Putin: Nothing criminal about men named as Salisbury attack suspects

Putin: Nothing criminal about men named as Salisbury attack suspects

Russian president Vladimir Putin has claimed there is "nothing criminal" about the two men named by Britain as the prime suspects in the Salisbury nerve agent attack.
1min
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Press Association
US cuts $25 million aid from Palestinians in East Jerusalem hospitals

US cuts $25 million aid from Palestinians in East Jerusalem hospitals

US President Donald Trump has ordered $25 million designated for the care of Palestinians in East Jerusalem hospitals to be directed elsewhere.
1min
TRT World
Trump thanks Kim Jong Un after the North Korean military parade

Trump thanks Kim Jong Un after the North Korean military parade

President Donald Trump thanked North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in a series of tweets for celebrating his country's 70th anniversary without displaying long-range ballistic missiles or holding a nuclear test to mark the start of the special day.
1min
TRT World
Swedish PM attacks anti-immigration party after election losses

Swedish PM attacks anti-immigration party after election losses

Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven says he intends to remain in the job, despite losing seats to an anti-immigrant party in his country's election.
1min
Press Association
David Lammy calls for second Brexit referendum

David Lammy calls for second Brexit referendum

Senior Labour MP David Lammy said there is growing momentum for a so-called People's Vote on the outcome of the Brexit negotiations.
1min
Press Association
Interview - Gerd Muller: "Africa's women are the key to its success."

Interview - Gerd Muller: "Africa's women are the key to its success."

"Africa and every country in it needs to go its own way," says the German Development Minister, Gerd Muller.
12mins
Deutsche Welle
Brazilian presidential candidate stabbed at campaign event

Brazilian presidential candidate stabbed at campaign event

Jair Bolsonaro, a leading Brazilian presidential candidate whose heated rhetoric has electrified some voters and angered others in a deeply polarised electorate, was stabbed during a campaign event but is now in a stable condition in hospital.
1min
Press Association
Mike Pompeo: I did not write anti-Trump New York Times piece

Mike Pompeo: I did not write anti-Trump New York Times piece

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has denied being the author of an opinion piece published by the New York Times by an anonymous senior administration official claiming to be part of a "resistance" working "from within" to thwart President Trump.
2mins
Press Association
The far-right's myth of South African 'white genocide'

The far-right's myth of South African 'white genocide'

Donald Trump has tweeted about the persecution of white farmers in South Africa, but there's just no reliable data to suggest white farmers are targeted any more than anyone else in the country.
5mins
TRT World
Spain cancels sale of bombs to Saudis

Spain cancels sale of bombs to Saudis

Spain is halting the sale of hundreds of laser-guided bombs to Saudi Arabia amid concerns about its use against civilians in the Yemen conflict.
1min
TRT World
The far-right's myth of South African 'white genocide'

The far-right's myth of South African 'white genocide'

Donald Trump has tweeted about the persecution of white farmers in South Africa, but there's just no reliable data to suggest white farmers are targeted any more than anyone else in the country.
5mins
TRT World
Czech Republic: The PM and fraud

Czech Republic: The PM and fraud

Czech conglomerate Agrofert, founded by Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis, has been accused of subsidy fraud. To what extent is he involved?
Deutsche Welle