Wednesday October 26, 2016
Werner Herzog has spent close to five decades making films and just as long breaking the rules. The legendary, documentary filmmaker shows no sign of slowing down with three films coming out this year, including Into the Inferno, about active volcanoes.videoListen 33:58
Monday October 24, 2016
Wade Davis has spent more than a decade travelling the globe to visit the peoples, cultures, and languages, in danger of extinction. The anthropologist says the cultural life of our planet is under assault and deserves to be heard.
Friday October 21, 2016
In a way, she's just a face in the crowd — one of millions of Syrian refugees who have fled their home in search of a better life. But young Nujeen Mustafa made her escape in a wheelchair and says next she'd like to head to the moon.
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"Preppers" are the latest incarnation of the U.S. survivalist movement. They're moving into remote, rural areas to set up safe havens against global warming and some are convinced that after the U.S. election this year, society will come unglued. More video
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The planet's biodiversity is under attack. New numbers tracking wildlife species over the past half-century reveal a dire prediction — two-thirds of wildlife will disappear by 2020. Is there anything that can be done to reverse the trend? MoreListen 19:35
Cheap clothes, electronics, food — all of it travels the globe by ship. And the true cost of shipping is higher than you may think. The Current looks into an eye-opening investigation into the murky world of shipping with the director of Freightened. MoreListen 24:43