Watch the trailer for Thariode, which tells the story of gold mining in Thariode, one of the most ancient cities of the Malabar region, British India. The film also charts the history of gold mining in other areas of Malabar during the 19th century.
Watch the trailer for this award winning Indian film now showing on Millennium Extra. Caught in a maze of unspoken memories, young Anand Sehgal sets on a journey to salvage the truth, jammed inside an 8mm camera.
An Africa Direct documentary. David Ochieng, also known as ‘Avido’, is a Kenyan designer whose brand is making a noise in the fashion industry. But while his clothes are sold around the world, he stays true to his roots in Nairobi’s Kibera slum.
Aliane Mugisha was a roadside hawker in Kigali when she decided to change her business, inspired by the local men who rode taxi bicycles. She did not know this would lead to a whole new cycling adventure. In The Young Cyclist, by filmmaker Yuhi Amuli, she shares her story of determination and focus – and its uplifting results.
Join Maria and friends to go on an unforgettable adventure to help out Pirate Phoenix find his stolen treasure. Filled with laughs, songs, and poems! An animated cartoon filled with lots of great learning tools and fun! Great fun for kids.
World Cup Countdown gives you a global perspective from every region ahead of the Middle East’s first-ever FIFA World Cup. This episode focuses on Africa, with special reports from Dakar, Rabat and Soweto as well as expert analysis from broadcasters Usher Komugisha and Maher Mezahi.
World Cup Countdown gives you a global perspective from every region ahead of the Middle East’s first-ever FIFA World Cup. August’s episode focuses on Europe, with expert analysis from 2010 World Cup winner Javi Martinez and former Scotland striker Andy Gray.
How a Kenyan mother is taking on cyberbullies with kindness. Bullying is no longer confined to school playgrounds and workplaces. Concerned about her kids growing up in Kenya’s toxic cyberspace, banker-by-day Marjoline decides to launch an online kindness campaign.
A Witness Documentary from Al Jazeera. Forty-two-year-old street food trader Cristel Ewolo lives in Switzerland, where he was mysteriously abandoned as a child. From an extract of his birth certificate, he knows that his country of origin is the Republic of the Congo.