The series features footage from a hand-held camera as the 72-year-old anchor walks the occupied territories documenting the suffering of the Palestinian people. His treatment of Israeli settlers and condemnation of the occupation have created a firestorm of controversy, particularly due to his prominent role as a television anchor.
Hear a conversation with Israel's Mr. TV, Haim Yavin.
Haim Yavin, Anchor of Mabat, the main evening news on Channel One, Israeli State TV, since 1968. His controversial 5-part, personalized documentary "Land of the Settlers" opened on May 31, 2005 on a rival channel, with one episode airing every week.
Barry Rubin, Director, Global Research in International Affairs Center, columnist for the Jerusalem Post and author of "Yasir Arafat: A Political Diary."
This program aired on July 19, 2005.