The Documentary Podcast

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Download the latest documentaries investigating global developments, issues and affairs.

Resistance and division among Mexico’s indigenous Yaqui people
Jonathan Glancey travels to Cairo to report on a truly remarkable construction project
Ukrainian students April 30, 2022
What are the challenges of continuing your education during a war?
War on truth: Ukraine April 30, 2022
What is fake, what is real? Stories from the information war over Ukraine
From political novice to Ukraine’s wartime leader - a profile of President Zelensky
Hidden Sport: Korfball April 30, 2022
The fast-paced sport of korfball, which claims to be a fully gender-equal team sport
Why has accordion music led to the killing of so many in the mountain kingdom of Lesotho?
The sisters embracing the environment, and sustainability into Australia's cattle farming
Ukrainian journalists April 23, 2022
We hear the experiences of three Ukrainian journalists who have been reporting on the war
Ingenious II April 23, 2022
Delve into the weird and wonderful world of your genes with Dr Kat Arney
Why a centuries-old combat sport means so much to Nigeria's Hausa community
A mother and a student have sacrificed everything to join a fight for Myanmar's future
Saving our species April 19, 2022
Could paying farmers to conserve nature help save Australia’s unique wildlife?
Saving Ukraine's children April 16, 2022
We hear from people in Ukraine working to evacuate orphaned children from conflict zones
The unsolved murder of Yemen’s former foreign minister, Mohamed Noman, in 1974
What has bound Russia and Ukraine together, and what has pulled them apart?
Thousands of Russians fled to Georgia following the invasion of Ukraine
In the land of the Yuin people, cultural burning is being reintroduced to revitalise land
Helping Ukrainians April 9, 2022
We hear from people who have given up their time to help Ukrainian refugees
The shadow of Algiers April 9, 2022
Stories from France’s troubled history with Algeria and why they still matter today