FRONTLINE/World

Each episode of FRONTLINE/World features two or three "short stories" told by a diverse group of reporters and video journalists. These first-person stories will take viewers on adventurous journeys to foreign lands from Argentina to Zimbabwe. Taking advantage of easily portable digital cameras, our correspondents roam widely, observe closely, and when necessary, film surreptitiously.

FRONTLINE/World is made possible by Shell. Major funding provided by the Skoll Foundation, The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.

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Video thumbnail: FRONTLINE/World 30,000 Feet: Frequent Flyer

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30,000 Feet: Frequent Flyer

Gabriel Leigh takes us into the complicated world of the frequent-flyer-mileage obsessed.

12:39

30,000 Feet: Frequent Flyer

12:39

Video thumbnail: FRONTLINE/World Troubled Water

FRONTLINE/World

Troubled Water

Southern Africa, Haiti and West Papua

56:47

Troubled Water

56:47

Video thumbnail: FRONTLINE/World Brazil: Hired Guns

FRONTLINE/World

Brazil: Hired Guns

Fighting for a share of the land.

14:41

Brazil: Hired Guns

14:41

Video thumbnail: FRONTLINE/World California: The Immigration Dilemma

FRONTLINE/World

California: The Immigration Dilemma

Jason Margolis investigates the immigration debate in California.

12:39

California: The Immigration Dilemma

12:39

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Video thumbnail: FRONTLINE/World The Stanleys' Struggle for Survival

FRONTLINE/World

The Stanleys' Struggle for Survival

After 20 years, has the Stanley family found an economic foothold?

The Stanleys' Struggle for Survival

Video thumbnail: FRONTLINE/World Bolivia: My Five Years With Evo

FRONTLINE/World

Bolivia: My Five Years With Evo

Following the rise of South America's first indigenous president.

23:35

Bolivia: My Five Years With Evo

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