On the box

February 8, 2007

Forever Lenin: The Secret Story of a Mummy — The adventures of Lenin's embalmed body throughout the 20th century reflect the history of the Soviet Union. SBS, Friday, February 16, 2.30pm.

Saddam's Road to Hell — A Kurdish doctor searches for the mass graves of 8000 Kurdish men, women and children in Iraq. SBS, Monday, February 19, 1.30pm.

Life Behind the Wall — This documentary looks at life in the German Democratic Republic. SBS, Monday, February 19, 3.30pm.

Message Stick: The Convincing Grounds — The coast of Portland is the site of Victoria's earliest white settlement and the massacre of the Kilcarer Gundidj clan in 1834. ABC, Monday, February 19, 6pm.

The Mary G Show: Race And Stereotypes — Showcases the Indigenous humour, music and personalities of the Kimberley region. SBS, Tuesday, February 20, 3pm.

Cutting Edge: The Trial of Saddam Hussein — Produced by the same film crew that gained access to Slobodan Milosevic's war trial and it follows Saddam Hussein's trial from beginning to end. SBS, Tuesday, February 20, 8.30pm.

Oil on Ice — Details the battle to save the Artic National Wildlife Refuge, one of the world's last true wilderness sites, that is being threatened by a push to allow oil exploration within its boundaries. ABC, Thursday, February 22, 8.35pm.

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