In the name of God is a television program produced by WTCC Chanel 17 in Atlanta, Georgia. It was broadcast nation-wide in the United States in May of 1979. It features ISKCON devotees Balavanta Prabhu and Hriydananda Goswami debating with
A television program produced in Atlanta, Georgia broadcast nationwide in the US in May 1979. Program deals with Americas New Religons and the deprogrammers. Hriydananda Maharaja debates with the most famous de-programmer Ted Patrick.
Television documentary on the Hare Krishna Food for Life program. Shows Food for Life in Australia and the USA. Very favorable preaching.
Prahlada and the Krishna Kids appear on Australian National Television singing Please Mr. Gorbachev Let Our Friends be Free and explaining the plight of the Russian devotees imprisoned for practicing their religion.
For many years Mike Willesee, the host of a national nightly Australian news show, was waging a war against the Hare Krishna's who were collecting for Food For Life in Sydney. On this show he interviews the Temple President, Chita Hari.
A short promotional film showcasing the worldwide activities of ISKCON in the early 1980's. Accompanied by a nice Hare Krishna kirtan.
ABC television produced this program to try and answer the common question What happened to the Hare Krishnas? It is a very well produced national television program. Features Mukunda Goswami, Anniruddha dasa and some old gurukili matajis
A documentary on the deprogramming of Hare Krishna devotees by people like Ted Patrick. It contains a lot of clips from the Lou Grant show on the subject and also clips from television news.
Hiders and Seekers follows the Australian ISKCON devotee Bhaktine Kim and her quest to find a spiritual master. It gives a history of the Hare Krishna movement and Srila Prabhupada's mission and follows Kim to Vrindavan, India to meet her p
Shows some of the amazing favorable television coverage of the Hare Krishna movement in Australia in the 1980's.
Famous television documentary maker in South Africa has a sister who is a Hare Krishna devotee. With her husband she is doing some very good work opening a school and educating the village children. He makes this television documentary whic
The English television show Credo produced an entire episode of their program in the mid 80's documenting the lives of the devotees who had joined the ISKCON Soho Street Hare Krishna temple. It is a wonderful documentary on the life of th
The Lou Grant Show was a very popular 1980's television series. Lou Grant is the editor of the major Los Angeles daily newspaper and the stories revolve around the newspaper, the news and the staff. In this episode a son of one of the repor
ITV (ISKCON Television) released Hare Krishna in the Movies in the 90's. Since then there have been many more movies featuring the Hare Krishna devotees. So ITV have now remade the Hare Krishna in the Movies DVD and updated it with all
This BBC documentary on the life of the Hare Krishna devotees at ISKCON's Soho Street temple in London was produced as part of a series on cults in the UK in the 1980s. It is a very good historical documentation on the lifestyle of ISKCON d
Mike Willesse, an Australian daily television news program host, was very much against ISKCON in Sydney and he was constantly airing negative pieces on the devotees collecting for the Kings Cross Food for Life program. This is one of them.
The original famous ISKCON Cinema film World of Hare Krishna. Perhaps the best documentary presentation of the worldwide activities of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness ever produced. It also provides us an opportunity f
A review of the preaching of ISKCON, the International Society for Krishan Consciousness in Italy in the mid-1980s. Very interesting, shows temples in Milan, Rome, Florence, Naples. Includes full documentary on RKC, Radio Krishna Centrale,