Janson Media Episodes
The USS Franklin (CV-13). The men in the American Pacific fleet knew her as 'Big Ben'. She is known throughout history as 'The Ship That Wouldn't Die'. Even now, the very name Franklin spawns a tidal wave of emotion for all involved.
The documentary film The Typewriter In the 21st Century is an ode to a marvellous machine that changed the world, and the surprisingly enduring culture that valiantly attempts to preserve its legacy and save it from cultural extinction.
Sriracha has earned a cult following, but the story of this spicy sauce is a mystery to most fans.
The United States of Autism weaves the tale of a broad spectrum of American life in all its faiths, disparities, colours, and cultures - and the story of one man's 40-day, 11,000 mile journey across America to find answers for his family and son.
Westinghouse is a feature-length documentary about the life and times of George Westinghouse - considered America's greatest industrialist and the only man who would go up against Thomas Edison, and win.
Find out about the magic of the golden liquid called whisky and the small island off the coast of Scotland called "the Capital of Whisky" that is the home of eight world famous whisky distilleries.
Resonance is the first documentary to investigate the actual mechanisms by which mobile phone technology can cause cancer.
The feature-length documentary film is an honest, passionate and revealing glimpse behind the curtain to reveal the secretive world of magicians as seen through the eyes of some of the most respected thinkers, performers and creators.
During World War II, 1.2 million African-Americans served in America's Armed Forces. Fully 125,000 served overseas. 708 were killed. Among these were The Wereth Eleven. Their story was lost to history. Until now.
A critical and in-depth look at how one man has quickly changed the face of Catholicism at a moment when no one really expected it.
Take an inside look at the making of the Hollywood movie, The Goonies. Directed by Richard Donner and released in 1985, the film is now a cult classic.