The satellite television channel Al Jazeera, headquartered in Qatar, has generated controversy in recent years for broadcasting images of American POWs and videotaped messages from Osama bin Laden. This 2003 BBC documentary observes the station’s performance during the invasion of Iraq; we see footage of explosions, of wounded and dead civilians, and of the station’s executives defending their journalism. While much of the criticism they received does seem unfair, producer-director Ben Anthony also reminds us that all journalists operate within a given set of perspectives: station staffers refer to a colleague killed in the American bombing of their Baghdad office as a “martyr.” 60 min.