​​​Season 3

​Episode 1: Starving for Change ​

In 2022, Pakistan's monsoon floods destroyed millions of acres of farmland and killed millions of livestock, triggering an extreme food crisis. With nearly 10 million children suffering from stunting and extreme weather changes restricting crop production, how do we recover from the destruction and feed the children of Pakistan? ​

Series Producer: Andrew Tkach​
Episode Director: Cyrus ​Viccaji

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​Episode 3: When the Floods Come​

When the Floods come is a 30-minute adventure film exploring the human impact of Pakistan’s historic 2022 floods, by way of an unforgettable 3000km road trip, starting from the famous glaciers of the northern areas, following the flow of the Indus River, to the hottest and worst impacted areas of northern Sindh. It is also a personal odyssey by the filmmaker exploring the village where he grew up and the people who still remember him 20 years later. ​​​

Series Producer: Andrew Tkach​
Episode Director: Nyal Mueen​uddin​​

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​​Episode 5: Wings of the Himalayas

In the heart of Nepal’s majestic Himalayas lives the iconic Bearded Vulture - a threatened species in the country. But with #Nepal’s rapidly changing climate, the future of the Vulture and the livelihood of the mountain communities is in danger. ​

Watch ‘Wings of the Himalayas’ to follow the footsteps of two biologists who delve into the captivating world of the Bearded Vulture and how it contributes to the culture of the Himalayan communities.​​​

Series Producer: Andrew Tkach​
Episode Director: Kiran Ghadge​ and Munir Virani​​​

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​Episode 7: No Monastery, No Village

Nested in a remote corner of #Nepal, the village of Halzi thrives in virtue of the 11-century Waltse Rinchenling Buddhist Monastery. The monastery is a cultural treasure and the heart of a 500-people community. But lying just 6.5 kms below a dangerous glacier, this sanctuary faces the ever-looming threat of being wiped away by violent glacial lake floods. Residents cannot imagine abandoning the cultural treasure to its fate. The people of Halzi are running out of time.

Series Producer: Andrew Tkach​
Episode Director: Tashi Lhazom​

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​Episode 9: Seeing Red – Saving Red Pandas​

There may be only 2,500 Red Pandas left in the wild. A native species of the Eastern Himalayas, these beautiful creatures are especially susceptible to rising temperatures and high-altitude land use changes. In a new upcoming episode of Voices from the Roof of the World, we see panda cubs growing up in an Indian zoo and the difficulty of breeding Red Pandas in captivity. Dr. Basavaraj Holeyachi and zoo biologist Pranita Gupta, lead the breeding program which aims to release this charismatic species back into the wild bamboo forests bordering India and Nepal.  That is where Red Pandas will face the challenges of competing with farmers who are often denuding the lush landscape. ​

Series Producer: Andrew Tkach​
Episode Director: Mun​mun Dhalaria

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​Episode 2: Dhye Dreams​

Water levels have declined drastically in Upper Mustang Nepal, forcing the villagers in Himalayan mountains to abandon homes of many generations. 

Watch Dhye Dreams to experience the stories of three resilient women fighting against their fate and surviving through climate change. ​​

Series Producer: Andrew Tkach​
Episode Director: Shanta Nepali

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​Episode 4: Teresken in Trouble​

Teresken – the main shrubby plant in Tajikistan’s Pamir mountains, holds down mountain soil and prevents the spread of high-mountain deserts. Every truck load of teresken carried away to be used as fuel seriously degrades the soil and speeds up the spreading of high-mountain deserts. Wild animals like Marco Polo sheep, Siberian ibex and wild yaks have nothing left to feed on. Watch ‘Teresken in Trouble’ to see all that is at stake if local fuel alternatives are not available soon. ​​

Series Producer: Andrew Tkach​
Episode Director: Sayohat Khalilova​​

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​​​Episode 6: Under the Hindu Kush

High in the foothills of Pakistan’s Hindu Kush mountains, the villages of Chitral faced a punishing series of disasters. Avalanches that buried schools and entire villages; monsoon mudslides that blocked out entire communities. ​

Watch, ‘Under the Hindu Kush’, a film that focuses on the emotional toll paid by the families of those buried by these disasters. Watch their stories interwoven with the film crew’s dangerous journey to reach them - a testament to their courage and resilience while living on the frontlines of climate crisis. ​​​​

Series Producer: Andrew Tkach​
Episode Director: ​​​Karim Shallwanee​

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​Episode 8: Markhor – Mountain Monarch​

High in the precipitous Hindu Kush mountains, the majestic m​​arkhor has made an incredible comeback after its population critically dropped to roughly 200. But markhor kids struggle to su​​rvive in one of the world’s most hostile terrains. With drying freshwater springs, lack of food and the threat of more efficient predators, like lynx and feral dogs, the world’s largest wild goat is nearly threatened to become endangered. Scientists warn that the environment is out of balance. ​

Series Producer: Andrew Tkach​
Episode Director: Abdullah Khan

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​Episode 10: Frontline Healers​​

This documentary profiles Pakistan’s Lady Health Workers during the historic 2022 floods. They were and still are indispensable healers, providing critical medical care on the frontlines of climate change while suffering the consequences themselves. The documentary  also explores how women are impacted by climate emergencies, with a focus on maternal and neonatal care. 

Series Producer: Andrew Tkach​
Episode Director: Tazeen Bari

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