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Frontline

Incisive documentaries cover the complexity of the human experience. 

Crew:
Michael Kirk (Director)

7/15/14
10:00 PM
"Separate and Unequal"  A report on the growing racial divide in America's schools centers on a group of parents in Baton Rouge, La., who are trying to form a separate school district that would not include black students.  WNET
7/15/14
10:00 PM
"Separate and Unequal"  A report on the growing racial divide in America's schools centers on a group of parents in Baton Rouge, La., who are trying to form a separate school district that would not include black students.  KYNE
7/17/14
03:00 AM
"Separate and Unequal"  A report on the growing racial divide in America's schools centers on a group of parents in Baton Rouge, La., who are trying to form a separate school district that would not include black students.  WNET
7/22/14
10:00 PM
"Poor Kids"  Three girls grow up in the Quad Cities, a crossroads along the border of Iowa and Illinois which has been deeply affected by the recession.  (Repeat) WNET
7/22/14
11:00 PM
"Poor Kids"  Three girls grow up in the Quad Cities, a crossroads along the border of Iowa and Illinois which has been deeply affected by the recession.  (Repeat) KYNE
7/24/14
03:00 AM
"Poor Kids"  Three girls grow up in the Quad Cities, a crossroads along the border of Iowa and Illinois which has been deeply affected by the recession.  (Repeat) WNET
Frontline

Premise
``Frontline'' offers an unflinching and compelling look at complex, vital and often-controversial subjects. Each broadcast consists of a long-form news documentary. Topics run the gamut -- from Bernie Madoff's intricate fraud and prisoner abuse at Abu Ghraib, to AIDs, racial issues and Wal-Mart's effect on the U.S. economy.

Crew:
Michael Kirk (Director)

Program data from Tribune Media Services, Inc.