Actively Radical TV — Sydney community television's progressive current affairs producers tackle the hard issues from the activist's point of view. CTS Sydney (UHF 31), every Sunday, 9pm. Ph 9565 5522.
Access News — Melbourne community TV, Channel 31, has excellent coverage of industrial, environmental and community actions throughout Victoria. Access News broadcasts every Monday at 8pm. Phone 9633 6976 to contact the producers or make a donation.
Images of a Dictatorship — A hard-hitting visual collage chronicling General Augusto Pinochet's reign of terror in Chile. Using the footage from the personal archives of international news cameraman Raul Cuevas, Images of a Dictatorship, from the fall of President Allende in September, 1973. SBS, Saturday, April 7, 7.30pm.
WOMAD 2001 — Recorded at this year's WOMADelaide world music festival. Features Sierra Maestra from Cuba, Oliver Mtukudzi from Zimbabwe and Papa Wemba from the Congo. ABC-TV, Thursday, April 12, 11pm.
No Place to Hide — Set the video. This program reveals how private data corporations are collecting and selling information about us — information which is not always correct. SBS, Monday, April 9, 1.40am.
No Experience Necessary — An estimated half a million women are transported to Western Europe by sex traffickers every year. For the traffickers, it's a multi-million dollar business. For the women, the consequences are brutal. Following a route which begins in Latvia and leads to Denmark, Ireland and Britain, this BBC program uncovers a murky world in which employment agencies seduce young women with false promises, unscrupulous pimps abuse them and the police and judiciary turn a blind eye to this form of slavery. SBS, Tuesday, April 10, 8.30pm.