From foreign affairs to family matters, social issues to criminal justice, politics to the press, WGBH's Frontline goes beyond the superficial sound bite of the television newsmagazine to offer in-depth, intelligent stories and investigative reports.
Read a chat with the producers behind Frontline's Money, Power and Wall Street, Mike Kirk and Mike Wiser, as well as New York Times columnist Andrew Ross Sorkin.
ENDGAME: AIDS in Black America
The story of the AIDS epidemic within America's black community, which accounts for almost half of all HIV/AIDS cases in the country, is told through the experiences of people who have the virus and/or are fighting to contain it, including Magic Johnson.
Alaska’s Bristol Bay is the last wild salmon fishery in the world. It’s also home to copper and gold deposits worth more than $300 billion. Frontline probes the growing battle between the fishery and the mining companies there.
Kind Hearted Woman shines a light on the epidemic of child sexual abuse on Native American reservations by following a single mother for three years, as she struggles to save her children and heal herself.
Bill Moyers and Frontline chronicle the story of two ordinary, hard-working families in Milwaukee — one black, one white — who spent two decades in an extraordinary battle to keep from sliding into poverty.