While the politicians are in disarray over possible action in Syria – there are some whose voices have been somewhat drowned out by the Westminster rows: the Syrians themselves. Our Chief Correspondent […]
Arctic Family: In Love With Cold
As international interest in the Arctic grows, Russia is resuming development of Franz Josef Land, its polar territory situated only 900 km from the North Pole. RT Doc takes a look at […]
Heroin and the War on Drugs
In the 1970s, frustration over heroin related, urban crime led to the War on Drugs. Today, heroin is back. But the users, and the response, are very different.
Textbook changes spark protests in South Korea
Protesting teachers in South Korea are being told they face court action unless they stop their demonstrations. They are angry at the introduction of a new history textbook published by the government. […]
Explore Japan with GoPro athletes John Jackson and Chris Benchetler as they seek to find a moment of perfection in the snow. Follow the journey from the bustling city of Tokyo, to […]
Can pacifism defeat ‘Islamic State’?
“It’s the wet dream of terrorists to be called ‘army of a foreign state,’” Jan van Aken, foreign policy spokesman of the German Left Party tells Tim Sebastian. If military action isn’t […]
In TRIPLE NINE, a crew of dirty cops is blackmailed by the Russian mob to execute a virtually impossible heist and the only way to pull it off is to manufacture a […]
Johnny Depp on visiting hospitals as Jack Sparrow
Johnny Depp talks about visiting children and their families in hospital as Captain Jack Sparrow.
My Life After 44 Years In Prison
Otis Johnson went to jail at the age of 25. When he got out at 69, he rejoined a world that was starkly different from the one he remembered. This is his […]
Lawrence Weiner at Blenheim Palace
The conceptual art pioneer visits Blenheim Palace to muse on the nature of reality “The word is how you see the object,” says American artist Lawrence Weiner, as he talks through his […]