This edition: Qatar: Robots Win; The Face of AIDS in America
For decades, it was a lucrative business...and a beloved pastime throughout the Gulf region...camel racing. But for too long, children were on the frontline of the races, their small size helping the camels run faster, and win big. We bring you the story of the fight to save these children and we travel to Qatar to see how one country, and one man, found a very creative way to save this treasured sport.
Thirty years on from the outbreak of the epidemic, the face of HIV and AIDS in America has changed. Black American men are now infected at a rate six times higher than white men, while women from ethnic minorities are at increased risk. It’s especially difficult in the nation’s rural areas where access to treatment is often a challenge. We take you to one of the poorest states in America, Louisiana.
- Eric Sawyer, AIDS Activist; Nepal; USA
- Monday, July 9 - 9:00pm
- Tuesday, July 10 - 8:00am, 2:00pm
- Wednesday, July 11 - 12:30pm
- Sunday, July 15 - 5:00pm
- Argentina; China; U.S.
- Monday, June 25 - 9:00pm
- Tuesday, June 26 - 8:00am, 2:00pm
- Wednesday, June 27 - 12:30pm
- Sunday, July 1 - 5:00pm
- Evidence of Hope; Real-Life Mermaids; Projecting Strength, Providing Protection
- Sunday, June 17 - 5:00pm