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Tuesday, October 29th at 10pm, WGVU Public Television presents FRONTLINE's Fire in Paradise. This new documentary offers the inside story of the 2018 Camp Fire, its causes and the role that climate change played.

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PBS FRONTLINE kicks off its 38th season Tuesday, October 1st @ 10 o’clock on WGVU Public Television with the premier of The Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia airing on the eve of the anniversary of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi’s murder.

WGVU’s Patrick Center spoke with veteran FRONTLINE filmmaker Martin Smith about his investigation into Mohammed bin Salman about his handling of dissent, and the murder of Khashoggi.

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Tuesday, September 10th at 10pm, WGVU Public Television will air FRONTLINE: Flint’s Deadly Water exposing the unreported, true toll of the Flint water crisis — and how government officials failed to stop it.

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Tuesday, February 12th @ 10:00pm on WGVU Public Television, PBS FRONTLINE and the Wall Street Journal investigate and expose problematic government hired physicians working in Native American reservation hospitals.

WGVU talks with Wall Street Journal reporter and FRONTLINE correspondent Christopher Weaver about Predator on the Reservation.

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Chances are you have a Facebook account. How has it impacted privacy and democracy? Tuesday, October 30th at 10 o’clock WGVU Public Television airs part II of FRONTLINE’s The Facebook Dilemma.

“It’s all about the company’s accountability.”

James Jacoby is producer and correspondent of FRONTLINE’s The Facebook Dilemma investigating a series of warnings to Facebook as the company grew from Mark Zuckerberg’s Harvard dorm room to a global empire tracking user habits.

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Rick Steves, the travel host whose programs air on WGVU-FM and WGVU Public Television is in Michigan speaking as a proponent of legalizing recreational marijuana in the state. Steves made his case in Grand Rapids at the Peter Martin Wege Theatre.

WGVU spoke with Steves about the issue voters will decide in November.

“My governor, Jay Inslee, was not in favor of this law when he was elected in 2012. Today, he is thankful for the law. He’s arresting 10,000 fewer people a year.”

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Tuesday, October 2nd @ 9:00 on WGVU Public Television, PBS FRONTLINE kicks of its 2018 season with Trump’s Showdown revealing how an investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election has grown to threaten Donald Trump’s presidency.

“We try to lay it out so that you can remember and see it all in one place, and all of a sudden it in some ways it makes more sense because you’re seeing it all connected together.”

Jim Gilmore is a reporter and producer of Trump’s Showdown.

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PBS FRONTLINE and WGVU Public Television present the finale of a two part series Tuesday, August 14th at 9:00. WGVU spoke with New York Times Tehran Bureau Chief and FRONTLINE correspondent Thomas Erdbrink. He’s one of a handful of Western journalists living in Iran.

At a time friction between the United States and Iran – a renewed threat of war and sanctions - Erdbrink presents “Our Man in Tehran” - life inside the Islamic Republic.

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January 16th at 10 o’clock, only on WGVU Public Television, FRONTLINE presents Rape on the Night Shift. As the #MeToo conversation spreads beyond the worlds of Hollywood, media and politics, Rape on the Night Shift reveals sexual abuse of female immigrant janitors. WGVU spoke with its producer.

“You can be in the middle of the city in the middle of the night and nobody knows where you are except for your supervisor who has all the keys and knows where all the cameras are.”

Andres Cediel is a producer for FRONTLINE and the investigative reporting program at U.C. Berkeley.

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October 4th at 10 o’clock only on WGVU Public Television FRONTLINE presents North Korea’s Deadly Dictator. WGVU’ spoke with producer, Jane McMullen.

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