27 September 1991
4 October 1991
11 October 1991
18 October 1991
25 October 1991
1 November 1991
Investigate Reports goes to Russia to look into the hidden world of prostitution.
8 November 1991
Investigate Reports looks at the testing of health care workers for AIDS.
15 November 1991
Investigate Reports examines the lives of freelancer reporters and how they face crime and violence in the pursuit of their stories.
22 November 1991
Investigate Reports looks at the treatment of environmental disease in Wimberly, Texas.
29 November 1991
Investigative Reports examines the Persian Gulf War using interviews of U.S. military personnel serving in Saudi Arabia and their home movies.
6 December 1991
Investigative Reports looks at the dangerous side effects of the drug Halcion.
13 December 1991
Investigative Reports goes behind the scenes with a New York private investigator Bo Dietl.
20 December 1991
Investigative Reports follows Hollywood private eye Logan Clarke who specializes in child kidnappings.
27 December 1991
Investigative Reports follows Dallas detective Bill Dear as he probes a complex murder case.
10 January 1992
Investigative reports examines the environmental impact of the fires started at he end of the Persian Gulf War and the techniques that were used to put them out.
17 January 1992
Investigative Reports follows undercover D.E.A. agent Ed Follis as he infiltrates a Nigerian drug ring.
24 January 1992
Investigative Reports follows as Italian and American agents hunt drug dealers at the 1990 World Cup soccer match in Italy.
31 January 1992
Investigative Reports follows as D.E.A. agents move against a Columbian cocaine cartel.
7 February 1992
Investigative Reports follows DEA Agents to Bolivia where they battle corruption and hunt cocaine barons.
14 February 1992
Investigative Reports goes to a center of cocaine production San Ramon, Bolivia.
21 February 1992
Investigative Reports follows a group of agents as they use a petty drug dealer to trap a major supplier.
6 March 1992
Investigative Reports profiles a group of New York firefighters in action.
13 March 1992
Investigative Reports examines the case against Ohio resident John Demjanjuk who was sentenced to death in 1988 for WWII war crimes after being extradited to Israel. Was he "the butcher of Treblinka"?
20 March 1992
Investigative Reports looks into the December 1985 crash of a military transport plane in Newfoundland that killed 248 U.S. servicemen.
3 April 1992
Investigative Reports examines organized crime in Philadelphia and looks at how Nicodemo Scarfo gained power by supplying concrete to the growing casino industry in Atlantic City.
10 April 1992
Investigative Reports examines organized crime in Philadelphia and looks at how local and Federal investigations of Nicodemo Scarfo led to his imprisonment.
17 April 1992
Investigative Reports examines organized crime in Philadelphia and looks at connections between the Sicilian Mafia and the United States. It also looks at how mob boss Nicodemo Scarfo continues to influence crime in Philadelphia despite being in prison.
24 April 1992
A Japanese journalist examines relations between Japan and the United States.
1 May 1992
Investigative Reports goes to a trauma center in Washington, D.C., where it witnesses the consequences of crack use.
10 July 1992
Investigative Reports offers an update on the current debate about the JFK assassination.
Season 1, Episode 31: Water Wars17 July 1992
Investigative Reports examines how the scarcity of water in Western states has affected business and politics.
21 August 1992
Investigative Reports examines the influence of television on political campaigns.
18 September 1992
Investigative Reports explores the Watergate incident offering interviews with law-enforcement officials and theories on the involvement of John Dean.
25 September 1992
Investigative Reports looks into the effectiveness of the Patriot missile defense system and offers interviews with defense analysts, military personnel, and computer specialists.
2 October 1992
Investigative Reports offers a report on recent disclosures about the 1964 murders of three young civil rights workers by the Ku Kux Klan.
9 October 1992
Investigative Reports looks at the stories of U.S. pilots who were prisoners in the infamous "Hanoi Hilton" during the Vietnam War.
23 October 1992
Investigative Reports takes a look at home video footage that provides an up-close view of the April 1992 Los Angeles riots in the wake of the Rodney King Trial.
6 November 1992
Investigative Reports follows a D.E.A. effort to bust up a Colombian cartel's New York cocaine operation.
27 November 1992
Investigative Reports examines the scandal plagued Britain's royal family with insights offered by journalists, historians, and biographers.
4 December 1992
Investigative Reports looks at the influence of organized crime in the politics and economy of Italy.
11 December 1992
Investigative Reports examines theories surrounding the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy.
18 December 1992
Investigative Reports looks at violence in American society and the role of media in portraying violence.
25 December 1992
Investigative Reports looks the field of psychoneuroimmunology (PNI) which examines the relationship between the immune system and the central nervous system.
8 January 1993
Investigative Reports goes to prisons in Alabama and Texas and explores what leads some women to kill men.
29 January 1993
Investigative Reports examine child sex abuse in the Catholic Church interview children, their families, and church officials.
26 February 1993
Investigative Reports looks at the ivory trade and elephant poaching in Senegal and the Central African Republic.
Season 2, Episode 15: Undercover5 March 1993
Investigative Reports follows undercover agents from the FBI, the DEA and the NYPD as they conduct surveillance of drug and organized-crime operations.
19 March 1993
Investigative Reports looks at the case of Michael Townley an agent for the Chilean secret police who also worked as an assassin.
2 April 1993
Investigative Reports examines gangs that draw women into European prostitution rings.
9 April 1993
Investigative Reports examines the growth of gambling and gambling related crime in the United States focusing on casinos, lotteries, and small town gambling in public buildings.
16 April 1993
Investigative Reports examines the death penalty and interviews seven death row inmates in Missouri's Potosi Correctional Center.
16 April 1993
Investigative Reports examines the death penalty and interviews convicted murderer Lloyd Schlup who is facing his final hours before execution.
18 June 1993
Investigative Reports looks at the terrorist threat facing the United States examining Islamic Jihad and other radical groups.
25 June 1993
Investigative Reports interviews the staff and inmates of Los Angeles County Men's Central Jail.
2 July 1993
Investigative Reports examines the bear trade where trappers hunt black bears in Canada for their valuable gall bladders.
23 July 1993
Investigative Reports interviews mercenaries fighting for the Croatian Army in the former Yugoslavia.
6 August 1993
Investigative Reports follows a Chicago firefighting unit as it battles an arson blaze and rescues the victim of a robbery.
Season 2, Episode 26: Bad Blood13 August 1993
Investigative Reports examines the Tuskegee Experiment where 400 black men in Alabama were deliberately left with untreated syphilis.
20 August 1993
Investigative Reports looks at the captivity of hostage Joseph Cicippio in Lebanon.
10 September 1993
Investigative Reports examines police corruption in Philadelphia, Boston and Sea Girt, N.J.
17 September 1993
Investigative Reports examines internal affairs where cops investigate other cops.
24 September 1993
Investigative reports looks at efforts by wildlife agents to protect animals from poachers and trophy hunters in national parks.
1 October 1993
Investigative Reports examines the dangers faced by journalists covering stories in war zones like the Persian Gulf, Somalia and the former Yugoslavia.
Season 3, Episode 5: Mafia Boss8 October 1993
Investigative Reports examines the life of mob moss Salvatore Riina of Sicily who was caught after twenty-three years as a fugitive.
22 October 1993
Investigative Reports looks back to October 23, 1983 and the attack on a U.S. Marine base in Beirut where 241 U.S. soldiers were killed.
29 October 1993
Investigative Reports examines several stalker cases including the 1989 murder of Rebecca Schaeffer by Robert Bardo.
26 November 1993
Investigative Reports examines the events leading up to the July 3, 1988 attack on an Iranian jetliner by the USS Vincennes which resulted in the deaths of all 290 passengers.
3 December 1993
Investigative Reports looks at several incidents involving the Navy including the 1987 attack on the frigate Stark during the Iran-Iraq War and the accidental firing on a Turkish destroyer in 1992 by the carrier Saratoga.
10 December 1993
Investigative Reports goes to Thailand to report how prostitution has exacerbated the AIDS crisis.
17 December 1993
Investigative Reports looks at New York City's criminal-justice system and examines the plea-bargaining process where sometimes innocent people plead guilty.
7 January 1994
Investigative Reports examines how media coverage sometimes effects the justice system looking at the cases of vigilante Bernhard Goetz and the 1986 Preppy Murder.
14 January 1994
Investigative Reports examines the events leading up to the war in the Persian Gulf.
14 January 1994
Investigative Reports examines the war in the Persian Gulf focusing on the ground invasion on Iraqi and the effect on Iraqi citizens.
Season 3, Episode 15: Hostage21 January 1994
Investigative Reports profiles Terry Waite who spent five years in Beirut as a hostage.
4 February 1994
Investigative Reports follows an effort to recover sunken treasure in the Gulf of Thailand including the salvage vessels seizure by the Thai Navy.
25 February 1994
Investigative Reports examines the 12-year killing spree of Russian serial killer Andrei Chikatilo.
4 March 1994
Investigative Reports examines female infanticide in India where expensive dowries and a desire for male children are driving some parents to kill.
11 March 1994
Investigative Reports looks at what the U.S. military is doing in space.
18 March 1994
Investigative Reports consider whether there is a link between violence on television and violence in the real world.
1 April 1994
Investigative Reports examines the real story behind the film 'In the Name of the Father (1993)' interviewing several people involved in the original IRA terrorism trial.
15 April 1994
Investigative Reports goes to Vietnam to follow the search for missing U.S. servicemen by American and Vietnamese investigators.
22 April 1994
Investigative Reports follows columnist Jack Anderson who argues that organized-crime figures may have been behind the assassination of President Kennedy.
29 April 1994
Investigative Reports examines the Tamil Tigers who are fighting for independence from the government of Sri Lanka.
13 May 1994
Investigative Reports looks at the increasing use of thalidomide in the world despite its history of association with birth defects.
27 May 1994
Investigative Reports examines the unsuccessful attempt to develop a nuclear-powered U.S. bomber.
3 June 1994
Investigative Reports examines how media coverage of the President has intensified and become more personal since the Kennedy Administration.
10 June 1994
Investigative Reports examines education and child custody issues of women in prison.
24 June 1994
Investigative Reports examines the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development and argues that its public housing efforts have been radically unsuccessful.
15 July 1994
Investigative Reports examines how the space agency transformed from a miracle-maker in the 1960s to a troubled-organization in the 1980s.
22 July 1994
Investigative Reports examines Senator Edward Kennedy's role in the 1969 car accident that resulted in the death of Mary Jo Kopechne.
5 August 1994
Investigative Reports looks at the adoption-rights movement and interviews birth mothers who are searching for their children.
12 August 1994
Investigative Reports examines the case of a mentally handicapped Arkansas death-row inmate who was executed when Bill Clinton was running for President.
2 September 1994
Investigative Reports examines how for two decades the U.S. Army conducted drug tests on more than 3000 servicemen.
30 June 1995
Investigative Reports looks at efforts to contain the Ebola virus which first noticed in monkeys in 1967 and later caused a major epidemic in Zaire in 1976.
Kurtis follows the inner-workings of HMOs, and finds that they are not always designed to benefit the patient.
13 June 2002
Season 10, Episode 19: Gang Girls19 December 1991
An inside look at some of London's most dangerous gangs, which consist solely of women.
25 January 2003
Two long-term inmates in an Illinois correctional facility go in front of a mini-parole board to plead their cases. The subset of the parole board takes the vote to the main 14-member parole board to vote on their fates.
10 June 2003
6 September 1999
Baby Beauty Queens" looks at the ultra-competitive world of pageants for kids, as well as "the parents who drive them with an almost religious ferocity." Included are profiles of four contestants and their moms, and the preparation that goes into competition.
20 December 2000
Documentary about counterfeit designer accessories. Each year, billions of dollars are diverted from legitimate companies as counterfeiters profit from shoddy, even dangerous, goods that are sold to shoppers on the streets of America. The program looks at the efforts of Customs agents trying to guard against illegal imports of knock-offs.
7 February 2001
An unprecedented look into the world of military academies, and how their strict mental and physical training affects students. We'll focus on Norwich University in Vermont, one of the most prestigious military schools in the country, and follow the students from their first days as "rooks" through the emotional ring ceremony and graduation.
Investigative Reports examines the 1999 shootings at Colorado's Columbine High School by following a task force assigned to determined what caused the massacre.
4 March 1996
1 February 1999
20 March 2001
Examines the unique world of Dr. Kathy Reichs, where forensic science and crime fiction collide. One of only 55 forensic anthropologists in North America, Dr. Reichs works under contract to the cities of Montreal, Quebec, and Charlotte, North Carolina. In basement morgues she identifies human remains.
17 November 1995
This A&E documentary deals with train safety at railroad crossings, deadly train crashes and major railroad accidents.
Investigation about gun laws in America, focusing on the so-called "firearms freeway," Interstate 95. This highway runs from the southeastern US states, where gun laws are lax, up through the stricter northeastern states, and it is a popular route for straw purchasers who legally buy guns and simply drive them up north to be sold to criminals.
16 October 2001
15 May 1999
Kurtis follows the inner-workings of HMOs, and finds that they are not always designed to benefit the patient.
1 January 2002
3 January 2000
Who are the people who bring us our local news on TV, and how do they do it? We go behind-the-scenes at KCAL-9 in Los Angeles during the May sweeps rating period to get the answers. For 20 days, our cameras follow the news director, producers, reporters, and anchors as they try to find the right balance between legitimate news stories and sweeps "stunts" that are only designed to win the ratings game.
13 September 2000
This episode provides behinds the scenes footage of the State Department's little know Diplomatic Security Service (DSS). DSS Agents protect foreign dignitaries visiting the US as well as US Officials overseas. This documentary includes an interviews with senior DSS Special Agents as well as an interview with Secretary of State Madeline Albright. It also contains behind the scenes footage of protective details operating in the US, Greece and Israel.
9 December 1998
10 April 2001
28 August 2000
Bill Kurtis puts the JonBenet Ramsey murder case under the microscope, seeking to discover the mistakes that were made and to understand a series of controversial decisions by the authorities during the investigation of the 6-year-old beauty queen's death.
29 April 2000
Follows journalists from New York City who investigate criminal cases, including "New York Post" crime beat reporter Mark Stamey and WABC Television chief investigative reporter Sarah Wallace. Each case unfolds as the reporters track informants, interview witnesses and try to uncover the truth behind the crime committed. Stamey's story follows the police slaying of Bronx resident Malcolm Ferguson, sorting out the conflicting accounts of a brutal police conspiracy and the consequences of the life of a repeat petty criminal. Wallace's investigation reveals the details of the case that led to wrongful imprisonment for murder of Anthony Faison and Charles Shepherd, due to false testimony incited by poverty and drug addiction.
A look at life underground in New York City. Looks at how the rules in a world without sunlight are enforced, follows captain Bryan Henry as he roams the tunnels as a community outreach officer for the homeless; and introduces the people who live and work underground.
24 May 2000
15 May 2000
1 February 2001
26 June 2001
1 March 1998
One of the founders of Earth Day, Ira Einhorn was a leading light of counter-culture in the '60s. But his arrest in 1977 for the murder of his girlfriend transformed the hippie activist into a fugitive from justice. After powerful allies including current Senator Arlen Spector secured his release from prison before his trial Einhorn fled the country. For twenty years he eluded the authorities. Finally, in 1997, he was arrested but not jailed in France. Despite extradition arrangements between France and the U.S. and the fact that he was convicted of the crime in absentia, he remained a free man. It is a story that fascinates as it enrages, an undeniable and monstrous miscarriage of justice accomplished only through the direct help of those in power. It is a case that asks if justice is truly possible in the world we live in.
20 March 2000
10 October 1999
30 June 1998
17 August 2003
2 August 2000
21 February 2006
8 December 1999
9 November 2002
Bill Kurtis spends two nights in Chicago's Cook County Hospital Trauma Unit where doctors treat victims of gun violence. He also takes viewers to a local gun range where NRA instructors are helping people make the personal decision of whether or not own a gun.
1 July 1999
26 October 1999
29 March 1997
8 October 2004
Documented two Jewish-American families as they moved from comfortable suburban lives in the US to the West Bank to become settlers.
23 January 2001
6 January 1996
An investigation of pornography on the "Information Superhighway" (specifically the Internet).
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