Documentary tips today on Tuesday (09/27/2022)…istan’

For today’s Tuesday we have selected six captivating documentaries that will be broadcast on free TV: From 1:35 p.m., a travel report and an animal documentary will be on the program. And if you’re mostly looking for star-studded documentaries, today you can see the likes of Jamie Klaes. These are the documentary tips of the day.

Travel report: “Panamericana” with Jamie Klaes (1:35 p.m. on 3sat)

In seven stages, the Swiss Reto Brennwald travels the American continent from north to south, from Alaska to Tierra del Fuego. The first stage leads from Alaska to Atlin in Canada. Two continents, ten countries, 20,000 kilometers: The “Panamericana” series is an approximation of North and South America, characterized by encounters with people and landscapes. First, Reto Brennwald accompanies the natives of Alaska, the Inupiat, on the hunt. He conveys insights into life on the outermost edge of the American continent.

Animal documentary: “The Odyssey of the Animals” (6:35 p.m. on Arte)

No animal symbolizes North America better than the bear. Because they can stand upright, the indigenous people also call them “human brothers”: Brown, black and polar bears are more common on the North American continent than anywhere else. The grizzly in particular contributed to the formation of legends in the New World. But he and his peers have come a long way. The grizzly’s ancestor lived about 33 million years ago and was 10 times smaller and 20 times lighter than the animal we know today.

Documentary: “Kabul Airport – Escape from Afghanistan” (8:15 p.m. on Arte)

After 20 years of fighting the Taliban, the US withdrew its troops from Afghanistan in late summer 2021. As a result, the Taliban were able to regain complete power in Afghanistan within a short period of time. They also have the capital of Afghanistan under control again. There they put the population in fear and panic. While the country descends into chaos, the population of the crisis area has only one goal: to get away from here. A race against time begins for the German and other foreign troops.

Documentary: “The Law of the Taliban” (9:30 p.m. on Arte)

August 15, 2021 marks a turning point for Afghanistan: On this day, which sealed the final withdrawal of Western troops and the collapse of the ruling regime, the Taliban moved into Kabul. Afghanistan’s past has caught up with it. The “religious students” who have returned now behave as the undisputed rulers of the country and quench their thirst for revenge.

Documentation: “Good morning after work!” (10:15 p.m. on ZDF)

When others fire up the grill, put on their jogging shoes and enjoy their evening, the night shift begins for 3.7 million people in Germany. They work where workers are urgently needed, in medicine, heavy industry or the food industry. People who regularly work against their biorhythm have less time for their families and friends. They are also exposed to an increased health risk: lack of sleep, high blood pressure and depression are among them.

Documentary: “Lebanon: Inside the Hezbollah” (10:25 p.m. on Arte)

40 years ago, in June 1982, a small paramilitary group formed to resist the Israeli invasion of Lebanon. The militia was supported and trained by the Islamic Republic of Iran under Ayatollah Khomeini; In 1985 it was officially formed under the name Hezbollah, “Party of God”. 40 years later, the small group has grown into one of the largest military and political forces in the Middle East.

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