FOREIGN EXCHANGE is an in-depth weekly half-hour international affairs series hosted by acclaimed international news anchor Daljit Dhaliwal. Airing on public television stations nationwide since April 2005, FOREIGN EXCHANGE probes the global questions of the moment from a profound and informed perspective. Through lively studio discussions, one-on-one interviews with international newsmakers and field stories produced by international documentarians, FOREIGN EXCHANGE illuminates America and her role in the world in a fresh, new light. Host Daljit Dhaliwal has hosted PBS' international film documentary series Wide Angle since 2006. Prior to her work with Wide Angle, she anchored CNN International's Your World Today and World Report. She has also hosted ITN's World News for Public Television, anchored BBC World and reported for BBC News. Dhaliwal has appeared as a guest host for numerous public broadcasting programs, including public television's Charlie Rose, public radio's On the Media, The Brian Lehrer Show and the BBC World News. She has also moderated several United Nations conferences in New York and The Hague. On FOREIGN EXCHANGE, Dhaliwal explores the less-traveled roads of distant lands to find out what the world is talking about and why.