Fascism and Football — Mussolini, Hitler and Franco all understood the massive propaganda potential of football. SBS, Saturday, July 9, 9.30pm.
Message Stick: NAIDOC Week Special — Inside the lives of Indigenous Australians, presented from their own perspective. ABC, Sunday, July 10, 1.30pm.
Aftershock: Brand Power — In the future, corporations, rather than advertise a product, will be looking to create a lifestyle, epitomised by their brand. ABC, Sunday, July 10, 3.55pm.
Muslims — What role does Islam play in movements for political and social change? SBS, Monday, July 11, 1pm.
Living Black — Indigenous news and current affairs program. SBS, Monday, July 11, 5.30pm.
The Killing Terraces — Looks at the Maoist insurgency and its effect on ordinary Nepalese citizens. SBS, Tuesday, July 12, 12.35am.
The Power of Nightmares — Should we be worried about the threat from organised terrorism or is it simply a phantom menace? SBS, Tuesday, July 12, 7.30pm.
Cutting Edge: Srebrenica: Never Again? — July marks the 10th anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre where 8000 people were killed. SBS, Tuesday, July 12, 8.30pm.
The Price of Aid — Explores the hidden interests that lie behind humanitarian food-aid programs. SBS, Thursday, July 14, 2pm.
Storyline Australia: Trafficked, the Child Sex Trade — A disturbing insight into the international sex trade. SBS, Thursday, July 14, 8.30pm.
From Green Left Weekly, July 6, 2005.
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