• 00:00
    Society

    RT Doc visits Angeles City in the Philippines, an infamous and popular sex tourism destination. The city is home to many children conceived by foreign holiday makers who took what they wanted and left offspring in their wake.

  • 01:00
    Lifestyle

    In Donbass, there's a unique zoo dedicated to rescuing injured and abandoned animals from all over the region. Many animals have suffered from Ukrainian bombings. When the zoo received emaciated horses, Aleksandr, a zoo employee, stayed up for several days, nursing and administering medication to them. Now, these horses, along with other animals: tigers, lions, and bears, are safe. However, the zoo is more than just a sanctuary; it's also a place where children can seek refuge from the traumas of war and find comfort amidst the beauty of nature.

  • 01:30
    Environment

    14 women on a sail boat, but this is no pleasure cruise. The Sea Dragon is taking them on a scientific expedition to the Caribbean. On a mission to explore the extent of plastic pollution in the Atlantic Ocean, their main focus is the proliferation of micro-plastic that poisons fish and can harm humans. They also hope to educate children about how to reduce the use of plastic.

  • 02:00
    Military and War

    Since 2014, the Donbass militia has enlisted foreign volunteers ready to fight modern fascism. They are Italians, Serbs, Columbians, Mexicans, Americans and others from all over the globe. In Europe and USA, they are considered criminals who could face decades in prison. Today foreign volunteers continue fighting in the ranks of the Donbass militia in the special operation. What stories do they tell?

  • 03:00
    Military and War

    The Central African Republic's bloody civil war lead to the indiscriminate slaughter of civilians. Orphaned kids were recruited by both sides of the conflict, taught to fight, drugged and thrown into battle. After a ceasefire in 2015, the rehabilitation process began for many of them, but after all they’ve been through, they and their mentors face challenging times. 

  • 03:30
    Military and War

    In summer 2014, fighting began in Southeast Ukraine, as Ukraine’s armed forces were tasked to subdue the rebellious region of Donbass. Debaltsevo, which is a vital railway junction, together with Uglegorsk — a town a few kilometres away — were a wedge in the Donetsk People’s Republic, cutting Donetsk off from the main road to another major city in the region — Lugansk. Gaining control over Debaltsevo was strategically important both to the militia and the government forces. The militia was defending the territory, desperately trying to maintain the link between the two rebel capitals.

     

  • 04:30
    Society

    The recent surge in fuel prices has taken a toll on Iowan farmers as they are forced to significantly increase their expenses not only on fuel itself but on supplies and fertilisers. They are struggling to find new ways to cover their costs or just make do with what they have, searching for fertiliser alternatives and working with used equipment. Despite these efforts, the future is looking bleak. The supply chain crisis caused by disastrous COVID 19 measures is conventionally blamed, but farmers say the problem is much more complicated. Who is to blame for the major farm crisis?

  • 04:45
    Environment

    Oak Flat is a unique area that is considered sacred to the indigenous Apache people. For thousands of years, Oak Flat was a place for spiritual ceremonies and prayer. They believe it’s home to deities, medicinal plants and healing spring waters. However, Oak Flat has been under threat of destruction since 2014 when Congress passed legislation that allows transferring the holy site to the foreign mining giant, Resolution Copper, which wants to extract one of the largest untapped copper reserves in North America. The documentary tells the stories of Native American activists and environmentalists fighting against mining at Oak Flat.

  • 05:00
    Emergencies and Disasters

    Sonya, a 14-year-old resident of the Lugansk People's Republic, recalls that the Ukrainian armed forces deliberately targeted residential areas in Donbass. Two of the girl’s neighbours were cooking a meal in the courtyard, for example, when a shell killed both of them. This tragedy compelled Sonya to join the volunteering project herself. Now, over the course of the past year, ‘Food for Life Charity’ has distributed over 800,000 hot meals in Donbass. Who are these brave and compassionate youth who risk their lives and help others under the extreme threat of enemy fire?

  • 05:30
    Politics

    After starting the special operation in Ukraine, every day saw new sanctions against Russia. Sanctions as an enforcement tool have been used on our country and others. Sanctions are imposed on a country’s economy when neither political pressure nor military intervention is likely to succeed. What is the plausible outcome of the current economic situation? What will the long term effect of sanctions have on the world economy?

  • 06:00
    Society

    British Press TV correspondent Johnny Miller came to Ukraine to provide an unbiased account of the conflict in Donbass. However, after he sent a journalistic inquiry, he was immediately placed on a “Myrotvorets” kill list by Ukrainian nationalists. And this is not a rare case. Western media turn a blind eye to the atrocities committed by the Kiev regime. This is why Miller and other foreign journalists are ready to risk their lives and report what they really face in Ukraine.

  • 07:00
    Personalities

    Some see Julian Assange as a free-press champion, others consider him a dangerous maverick. Held in the UK’s Belmarsh Prison, Assange is set to fight extradition across the Atlantic. US authorities want Assange for allegedly spying and conspiring to hack government computers. If convicted, he could face 175 years behind bars. RTD’s Konstantin Rozhkov travels around the world to talk to Assange’s father, his friends, lawyers and people he’s worked with, for a personal portrait of Julian and a valuable insight into his activities.

  • 08:00
    Cold War Weapons

    The new series, Cold War Weapons, explores military hardware and techniques created by the Soviet Union and the US during the nuclear arms race. In the first episode of Cold War Weapons, host Marina Kosareva visits one of the world’s best tank museums in the town of Kubinka. When the nuclear arms race between the United States and the USSR began, it became clear that tanks can withstand an atomic blast. The first episode takes a closer look at tanks produced by the Soviet Union and the US during the 1940s and 1950s, their advantages and combat experience.

  • 09:00
    Travel and Adventure

    Hoping to inspire disabled children to aim high, three men with physical disabilities take on the challenge of climbing Mount Kilimanjaro. At a towering 5895 m above sea level, the Tanzanian peak is the highest mountain in Africa.

  • 09:30
    Society

    If you picture a bodyguard, you probably imagine a tall, muscled man in a tight black suit. But more and more clients are hiring average-sized women bodyguards. They prove to be as trained, agile and strong as their male counterparts. And they also have a few advantages up their sleeves! For example, female bodyguards are said to be more covert and have better soft skills. In the documentary, women in private security tell us why they’ve become bodyguards and who they protect.

  • 10:00
    History

    The terrible crimes of Japan's secret Unit 731 make anyone's blood run cold. Thousands of people were used as test subjects for the development of biological weapons. The subjects were injected with cholera, typhoid, anthrax, bubonic plague, to be later dissected alive. The unit's ideologist Shiro Ishii and most of his associates were never punished. They became practising physicians or scientists. Watch our film to find out why.

  • 11:00
    Human Rights

    Afghanistan has the worst humanitarian crisis in the world at the moment. The economy is ruined, and the currency is losing its value. The virtually non-existent job market drives Afghan families to make an unthinkable decision: sell their daughters to pay off debts and buy food for the rest of the family. Do these girls have any other choice?

  • 11:30
    This is China Series

    Shougang Olympic Park is a large state-of-the-art venue that will welcome the 2022 Winter Olympics in China. Built on the site of a derelict steel plant, it preserved the industrial grandeur, simultaneously meeting the demands of the modern world. Shougang Olympic Park is run entirely on renewable energy and, once the games are over, will be transformed into a multi-functional recreation area.

  • 12:00
    Travel and Adventure

    Elena сame to Mongolia for a short business trip and never left. Her daughter now studies Mongolian and attends local children’s clubs. Like many others who relocate, Elena’s family observe both Russian and Mongolian customs and traditions. What attracts people to this ancient land of nomads, camels and enchanting nature?

  • 13:00
    Society

    RT Doc visits Angeles City in the Philippines, an infamous and popular sex tourism destination. The city is home to many children conceived by foreign holiday makers who took what they wanted and left offspring in their wake.

  • 14:00
    Lifestyle

    In Donbass, there's a unique zoo dedicated to rescuing injured and abandoned animals from all over the region. Many animals have suffered from Ukrainian bombings. When the zoo received emaciated horses, Aleksandr, a zoo employee, stayed up for several days, nursing and administering medication to them. Now, these horses, along with other animals: tigers, lions, and bears, are safe. However, the zoo is more than just a sanctuary; it's also a place where children can seek refuge from the traumas of war and find comfort amidst the beauty of nature.

  • 14:30
    Environment

    14 women on a sail boat, but this is no pleasure cruise. The Sea Dragon is taking them on a scientific expedition to the Caribbean. On a mission to explore the extent of plastic pollution in the Atlantic Ocean, their main focus is the proliferation of micro-plastic that poisons fish and can harm humans. They also hope to educate children about how to reduce the use of plastic.

  • 15:00
    Military and War

    Since 2014, the Donbass militia has enlisted foreign volunteers ready to fight modern fascism. They are Italians, Serbs, Columbians, Mexicans, Americans and others from all over the globe. In Europe and USA, they are considered criminals who could face decades in prison. Today foreign volunteers continue fighting in the ranks of the Donbass militia in the special operation. What stories do they tell?

  • 16:00
    Military and War

    The Central African Republic's bloody civil war lead to the indiscriminate slaughter of civilians. Orphaned kids were recruited by both sides of the conflict, taught to fight, drugged and thrown into battle. After a ceasefire in 2015, the rehabilitation process began for many of them, but after all they’ve been through, they and their mentors face challenging times. 

  • 16:30
    Military and War

    In summer 2014, fighting began in Southeast Ukraine, as Ukraine’s armed forces were tasked to subdue the rebellious region of Donbass. Debaltsevo, which is a vital railway junction, together with Uglegorsk — a town a few kilometres away — were a wedge in the Donetsk People’s Republic, cutting Donetsk off from the main road to another major city in the region — Lugansk. Gaining control over Debaltsevo was strategically important both to the militia and the government forces. The militia was defending the territory, desperately trying to maintain the link between the two rebel capitals.

     

  • 17:30
    Society

    The recent surge in fuel prices has taken a toll on Iowan farmers as they are forced to significantly increase their expenses not only on fuel itself but on supplies and fertilisers. They are struggling to find new ways to cover their costs or just make do with what they have, searching for fertiliser alternatives and working with used equipment. Despite these efforts, the future is looking bleak. The supply chain crisis caused by disastrous COVID 19 measures is conventionally blamed, but farmers say the problem is much more complicated. Who is to blame for the major farm crisis?

  • 17:45
    Environment

    Oak Flat is a unique area that is considered sacred to the indigenous Apache people. For thousands of years, Oak Flat was a place for spiritual ceremonies and prayer. They believe it’s home to deities, medicinal plants and healing spring waters. However, Oak Flat has been under threat of destruction since 2014 when Congress passed legislation that allows transferring the holy site to the foreign mining giant, Resolution Copper, which wants to extract one of the largest untapped copper reserves in North America. The documentary tells the stories of Native American activists and environmentalists fighting against mining at Oak Flat.

  • 18:00
    Emergencies and Disasters

    Sonya, a 14-year-old resident of the Lugansk People's Republic, recalls that the Ukrainian armed forces deliberately targeted residential areas in Donbass. Two of the girl’s neighbours were cooking a meal in the courtyard, for example, when a shell killed both of them. This tragedy compelled Sonya to join the volunteering project herself. Now, over the course of the past year, ‘Food for Life Charity’ has distributed over 800,000 hot meals in Donbass. Who are these brave and compassionate youth who risk their lives and help others under the extreme threat of enemy fire?

  • 18:30
    now
    Politics

    After starting the special operation in Ukraine, every day saw new sanctions against Russia. Sanctions as an enforcement tool have been used on our country and others. Sanctions are imposed on a country’s economy when neither political pressure nor military intervention is likely to succeed. What is the plausible outcome of the current economic situation? What will the long term effect of sanctions have on the world economy?

  • 19:00
    Society

    British Press TV correspondent Johnny Miller came to Ukraine to provide an unbiased account of the conflict in Donbass. However, after he sent a journalistic inquiry, he was immediately placed on a “Myrotvorets” kill list by Ukrainian nationalists. And this is not a rare case. Western media turn a blind eye to the atrocities committed by the Kiev regime. This is why Miller and other foreign journalists are ready to risk their lives and report what they really face in Ukraine.

  • 20:00
    Personalities

    Some see Julian Assange as a free-press champion, others consider him a dangerous maverick. Held in the UK’s Belmarsh Prison, Assange is set to fight extradition across the Atlantic. US authorities want Assange for allegedly spying and conspiring to hack government computers. If convicted, he could face 175 years behind bars. RTD’s Konstantin Rozhkov travels around the world to talk to Assange’s father, his friends, lawyers and people he’s worked with, for a personal portrait of Julian and a valuable insight into his activities.

  • 21:00
    Cold War Weapons

    The new series, Cold War Weapons, explores military hardware and techniques created by the Soviet Union and the US during the nuclear arms race. In the first episode of Cold War Weapons, host Marina Kosareva visits one of the world’s best tank museums in the town of Kubinka. When the nuclear arms race between the United States and the USSR began, it became clear that tanks can withstand an atomic blast. The first episode takes a closer look at tanks produced by the Soviet Union and the US during the 1940s and 1950s, their advantages and combat experience.

  • 22:00
    Travel and Adventure

    Hoping to inspire disabled children to aim high, three men with physical disabilities take on the challenge of climbing Mount Kilimanjaro. At a towering 5895 m above sea level, the Tanzanian peak is the highest mountain in Africa.

  • 22:30
    History

    The terrible crimes of Japan's secret Unit 731 make anyone's blood run cold. Thousands of people were used as test subjects for the development of biological weapons. The subjects were injected with cholera, typhoid, anthrax, bubonic plague, to be later dissected alive. The unit's ideologist Shiro Ishii and most of his associates were never punished. They became practising physicians or scientists. Watch our film to find out why.

  • 23:30
    This is China Series

    Shougang Olympic Park is a large state-of-the-art venue that will welcome the 2022 Winter Olympics in China. Built on the site of a derelict steel plant, it preserved the industrial grandeur, simultaneously meeting the demands of the modern world. Shougang Olympic Park is run entirely on renewable energy and, once the games are over, will be transformed into a multi-functional recreation area.