NHK-Dok.filme zu Fukushima
|Veröffentlicht von Textinitiative am 24.02.2013|
One year has passed since the Great East Japan Earthquake.
Reconstruction initiatives are underway in many places, including the disaster-stricken areas.*March to Recovery* shows how the nation is
recovering from the unprecedented disaster.
NHK Documentary: Coming Home: A Mayor's Quest to Revive a Fukushima Village *Veröffentlicht am 30.12.2012*
Aired on 22.12.2012
Fukushima NHK Documentary: Decontamination: Losing the Sheltering Trees
*Veröffentlicht am 09.11.2012*
The government has started decontamination work in areas affected by the nuclear accident but the progress is slow amid mistrust and conflicts. We report from Fukushima communities in danger of collapse in the aftermath of the accident.
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yWDxgiAwgr4 (Azuma/Umehara)
Fukushima: NHK Documentary: "Civilization Disaster" The Cons of Nuclear Power *Veröffentlicht am 27.10.2012*
Fukushima Radiation: NHK Documentary: "Their Fate In Their Hands"
*Veröffentlicht am 03.11.2012*
Aired on 03.11.2012
Miharu, Fukushima Prefecture
The dilemma over iodine pill distribution to Miharu residents affected by radioactive fallout in March 2011.
March to Recovery: Voices from 3.11: 11,000 People, Gone (nicht mehr verfügbar)
*Veröffentlicht am 26.11.2012 *
Aired on 18.11.2012.
Fukushima: NHK Documentary: The People of District No. 6
*Veröffentlicht am 16.12.2012 *
Fukushima evacuees: Following the lives of Iitate residents forced to leave their homes due to the high radiation levels from the Fukushima nuclear power plant.
March to Recovery: Voices from 3.11: Getting back on track (nicht mehr verfügbar)
*Veröffentlicht am 13.12.2012 *
Aired on 02.12.2012
Reconstruction initiatives are underway one year after the Great East Japan Earthquake. This program shows Japan's efforts to revive itself.
March to Recovery: Letters of hope: Children from the tsunami zone
*Veröffentlicht am 20.12.2012 *
Aired on 09.12.2012
March to Recovery: Bring Back the Merciful Wind (nicht mehr verfügbar)
*Veröffentlicht am 01.12.2012 *
Aired on 25.11.2012.
Fukushima: NHK Documentary: Downwind From Disaster
*Veröffentlicht am 01.01.2013 *
Minamisoma, Fukushima Prefecture. Earthquake, tsunami, nuclear catastrophe. This is a record of people in that one town caught up in the triple disaster. Threatened by the unseen forces of radiation, what did the residents do? What was their state of mind? "Why should we evacuate, why do we have to flee?" Toshikazu Owada, Minamisoma City Official: They came in from the lobby over there. Self Defense Force personnel. Running and shouting, "The nuclear plant will explode. Evacuate to at least 100 kilometers." They were shouting in loud voices and rushing all around. Outside a steady stream of Self Defense Force vehicles was already heading out of town. Seeing them evacuate made me realize this was serious.
March to Recovery: Faces to remember (nicht mehr verfügbar)
*Veröffentlicht am 09.01.2013*
Aired on 06.01.
NHK Documentary: Lives Slipped Away: The 50 Patients of Futaba Hospital
*Veröffentlicht am 15.01.2013*
Aired on 12.01.2013.
- http://www.nippon-sekai.com/main/articles/great-east-japan-earthquake-of-2011/the-kamaishi-miracle/ (Anime-Beginn Kamaishi)
NHK Special: The Kamaishi Miracle
*Veröffentlicht am 29.11.2012*
Aired on 24.11.2012.
All the children at Kamaishi Elementary School in Iwate Prefecture survived the tsunami in 2011 under their own steam. We want to dispatch this disaster information program to a worldwide audience.
Fukushima NHK Documentary: "FORWARD" The Threat of Invisible Snow
*Veröffentlicht am 05.02.2013*
Radiation contamination is an ongoing concern in the city of Fukushima. A Buddhist priest there is active in decontamination activities. For example, he has allowed temple land to be used for temporary storage of contaminated soil. The program chronicles his efforts, from Spring through Winter. "Massive fallout spread over large areas and still coats the ground" —
Resident: "The rise was unexpectedly fast... I'm shocked, I didn't think it could get this high"
Fukushima Political Fallout: NHK Documentary: 'Questioning Nuclear Power'
*Veröffentlicht am 26.01.2013*
Aired on 29.07.2012.
A picturesque town with a slumping economy was torn by the lure of nuclear energy. Should the people accept the construction of a nuclear power plant, in the hope it will help fund their future? Or continue to struggle in bountiful nature, free of the risks of radiation? We get a close look at their 40-year dilemma. What is the best way to frame the issue of nuclear power? In the end, maybe a great deal hinges on how people define "quality of life". Questioning Nuclear Power The program presents the thoughts of the residents of Ashihama who have been directly concerned with the pros and cons of the nuclear power issue ever since a plant was first proposed there in 1963.
Fukushima NHK Special: "FORWARD" Taking the Initiative The Housewives of Fukushima
*Veröffentlicht am 07.10.2012*
Conditions have settled somewhat in the 18 months since the disaster. Residents have opted to take the initiative in restoring their communities. In Fukushima, this involves applying information they have learned to battle radiation contamination. The program follows two housewives as they work toward reestablishing their lives to what they were before the nuclear meltdown.
Fukushima: NHK Documentary: The Truth Behind the Chain of Meltdowns
*Veröffentlicht am 17.08.2012*
A year and four months since the accident, much remains unclear about what really happened at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant. We home in on the answers using the latest simulations and hearing testimonies of people who were there.
Fukushima Nuclear Lessons: “Coexisting With Nature”
*Veröffentlicht am 26.11.2012*
Japanese Canadian science broadcaster and environmentalist David Suzuki meets Japanese environmental and energy researchers who are showing the way to an environmentally sustainable future after the March 2011 natural and nuclear disasters.
Fukushima Decontamination "Forward" NHK Special: "Planting The Seeds Of Comeback"
*Veröffentlicht am 16.10.2012*
Farmers are among those who have suffered from the disaster at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant. They've struggled to convince consumers to buy Fukushima peaches, for example, even though the produce has met safety standards. The program documents the efforts of those in the peach business to make sure their fruit is both safe and delicious.
Fukushima Hospitals In Crisis: Staff Shortage Due To Radiation Fears
*Veröffentlicht am 21.06.2012*
Since the start of the crisis at Tokyo Electric Power Co.'s Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant, hundreds of doctors and nurses have resigned from nearby facilities, according to a survey by an association of Fukushima Prefecture hospitals.
WANTED: Workers for Fukushima Decommission
Tepco's struggle to recruit enough workers for the decommissioning of the Fukushima nuclear reactors. Working conditions are declining and worker's salaries reduced.
NHK Documentary: Fukushima; Voices From 3/11: “We Never Dreamed There Would Be A Nuclear Meltdown”
The voices of people who lived with, and who's town was taken by the nuclear power plant. This is a record of people who have suffered an unprecedented disaster. Visiting the town of Okuma, the site of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. Neighbors and plant workers believed that nuclear power was safe. "We never dreamed there could be a hydrogen explosion or a nuclear meltdown". The long trusted myth of safety was shattered.
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