Doc Zone State of Incarceration Canada’s crime rate is at its lowest point in more than 40 years. So why are we spending hundreds of millions of dollars to get tough on crime now? More prisons cells, tougher laws for parole, more mandatory minimum sentences: they are all now part of Canada’s high-cost justice system — and they are all ideas that failed in the U.S.
The Nature of Things Stonehenge Uncovered With access to the most extensive archaeological study ever made around Britain's famed monument, this doc reveals fascinating new information about the surprisingly advanced civilization that built the Stone Circle.
The Fifth Estate Kingston Pen: Secrets and Lies With the nearly 180-year-old Kingston Penitentiary closing its gates for good, Linden MacIntyre weaves together the stories of three of its most famous inmates: Edwin Alonzo Boyd, Ty Conn and Guy Paul Morin.
Doc Zone Zoo Revolution Zoo Revolution takes us deep inside the increasingly controversial debate about the value of zoos in the 21st century. They're big business that attracts big criticism, and the debate over their real purpose is only getting louder.
The Fifth Estate You Should Have Stayed at Home The iconic images from the G20 meeting in Toronto are still with us — burning police cars, rampaging mobs, the massive security presence. The Fifth Estate looks at the story behind Toronto’s G20 fiasco.