Frontline, Season 26Closed Captioning
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Since January 1983, Frontline has served as American public television's (PBS's) flagship public affairs series. Hailed upon its television broadcast debut as "the last best hope for broadcast documentaries," Frontline's stature over 25 years is reaffirmed each week through incisive documentaries covering the scope and complexity of the human experience.
|5||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Medicated Child||Ten years ago, stimulants like Ritalin and Adderall were the drugs of choice to treat behavioral issues in children. Today children as young as four years old are being prescribed more powerful anti-psychotic medications that are much less understood. The drugs can cause serious side effects, and virtually nothing is known about their long-term impact. The increase in the use of anti-psychotics is directly tied to the rising incidence of one particular diagnosis -- bipolar disorder. Experts estimate that the number of kids with the diagnosis is now more than a million and rising. As the debate over medicating children continues to grow, Frontline producer Marcela Gaviria confronts psychiatrists, researchers and big pharma about the risks and benefits of prescription drugs for troubled children.||56:32||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|6||Closed CaptioningVideoGrowing Up Online||FRONTLINE looks at the impact of the Internet on adolescence through the eyes of teens and their parents. The film takes viewers into the private worlds kids are creating online - from kids who are harassed and bullied, to kids who make social connections virtually when they have few friends at school, to those kids who attain instant celebrity on YouTube. FRONTLINE explores the complicated new lines being drawn between the real and virtual worlds for today's children and teens, and for their parents, who often find themselves on the other side of a new digital divide.||56:45||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|7||Closed CaptioningVideoRules of Engagement||FRONTLINE cuts through the fog of war to reveal the untold story of what happened in Haditha, Iraq-where twenty-four of the town's residents were killed by U.S. forces in what many in the media branded "Iraq's My Lai." With accusations swirling that the Marines massacred Iraqi civilians "in cold blood," the Haditha incident has led to one of the largest criminal cases against U.S. troops in the Iraq war. But real questions have emerged about what really happened that day, and who is responsible. Through television interviews with Iraqi survivors and Marines accused of war crimes, FRONTLINE investigates this incident and what it can tell us about the harrowing moral and legal landscape the U.S. military faces in Iraq.||56:46||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|11||Closed CaptioningVideoSick Around the World||Four in five Americans say the U.S. health-care system needs "fundamental" change. Can the U.S. learn anything from the rest of the world about how to run a health-care system, or are these nations so culturally different from us that their solutions would simply not be acceptable to Americans? Frontline correspondent T.R. Reid examines first-hand the health-care systems of other advanced capitalist democracies-UK, France, Germany, Switzerland, Japan, and Taiwan-to see what tried and tested ideas might help us reform our broken health-care system.||56:36||$1.99||View in iTunes|
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I am thrilled to see this show on iTunes. I only wish they had prior seasons. I am more than happy to pay for this content and consider it a bargain at 1.99.
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- Genre: Nonfiction
- Released: Oct 16, 2007
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