Lady Kul el-Arab Watch Online Until: Unlimited 57min Follows the story of Duah Fares, a young woman from the Druze village of Sagur, as she prepares to compete in the Lady Kul el-Arab beauty pageant. Storyville Share Ratings 0 Log in to rate programs. Comments Social Issues World Cultures Next On TV Tue, Jun 9 at 10:00pm Set a Reminder Tue, Jun 9 at 10:00pm Wed, Jun 10 at 1:00am Additional Broadcast Dates Wed, Jun 10 at 1:00am Related Programs Father Figures Follows a Canadian filmmaker throughout Asia as she examines her 73-year-old father's romantic relationship with a 23-year-old woman from the Philippines. Mugshot Explores how mugshots went from simple crime photos to a widely sought-after art form. Architects of Change Season 2 They are farmers, chemists, architects, doctors, retailers and bankers. They are also "architects of change" - people searching for and applying innovative solutions to the... Karla's Arrival Teenage mother Sujeylin Aguilar raises her newborn on the same streets she herself grew up in. Set in Managua, the documentary explores the universal issue of second-generation street... Waterfront Cities of the World Season 1 Port cities are where a nation meets the rest of the world, where the familiar meets the exotic, where the known meets the unknown. In this 13-part documentary... Jingle Bell Rocks! A pop culture pilgrimage into the odd and irreverent universe of alternative and underground Christmas music, featuring an eclectic cast of collectors, critics, musicians and songs. Working People: A History of Labour in British Columbia This extraordinary three-part series shares the amazing stories of workers, industries and events spanning three centuries of... Position Among the Stars For 12 years, filmmaker Leonard Retel Helmrich followed an Indonesian family from the slums of Jakarta, creating a trilogy of award-winning documentaries. In this third... Stephen Fry: Out There Contemplating his own experience as a gay man in the spotlight, Stephen Fry sets out to discover what lies beneath people's prejudices and why some people feel so threatened... View the discussion thread.