Hate and Propaganda
A six-part CBC documentary series about the role
propaganda played during World War Two.
Julian Sher wrote and directed Episode
'Hiding the Horrors' online
(geo-fenced for Canada only)
CBC website for behind-the-scenes photos and educational resources.
an interview with Julian Sher on Canada's
late night talk show, "The Hour"
Battle for the Arctic
Julian Sher co-wrote and co-directed
this documentary about how scientists from Canada, the United States
and Russia are racing to map the once frozen and now rapidly-melting
Arctic in the face of a looming deadline of a UN treaty.
Watch the entire
Watch a science report on the New
York Times site.
Listen to a 20-minute radio documentary
To order a copy for broadcast, contact
FILMING 'THE NEW TALIBAN'
an interview with Julian Sher on
"The Hour" with George Stroumboulopoulos
"Julian spent time living in
Kandahar, and not on the Canadian military base. He went out talking
to suicide bombers and he made sure cameras got inside Taliban camps.
Ultimately, the film suggests the Taliban are gaining ground in
southern Afghanistan, and creating a new generation of fighters,
that are more tech saavy and more violent."
Battle for Baghdad
See an excerpt of The
Battle for Baghdad and read the
See two interview excerpts on the New York Times
web site: Part
to listen to a radio report.
A joint New York Times/CBC investigation
For the first time, cameras go behind
the scenes as police in Canada, the United States and Europe join
forces to infiltrate a secretive, international pedophile ring on
the Internet. From behind prison walls, we hear from the child sex
offender who first tipped off the police. Inside the high-tech police
centres in Canada, the UK and the US,we follow the undercover operatives
as they track down the predators and rescue children.
the book that inspired the documentary:
One Child at a Time
See the CBC
web page, with excerpts, articles and background information
Watch excerpts on YouTube:
See an excerpt of Nuclear
Jihad and read the
Winner of the 2007 Columbia University's
Dupont Award, the broadcast equivalent of the Pulitzer prize
Watch the award ceremony and speech
by Julian Sher
Click here to
listen to a radio report.
A joint New York Times/CBC/Discovery Times investigation.
Steven Truscott Story
See an update of Julian Sher's original documentary
of Canada's most famous wrongful conviction case.
Winner of the 2000 Canadian Association
of Journalist's Award for Best Investigative Report of the Year.
Read Julian Sher's bestselling
book about the case.