Tune in to tonight’s episode of PBS’ Frontline to catch the story of Henry Glover, a victim of police violence in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. His murder was first uncovered by The Investigative Fund’s A.C. Thompson, in a pair of articles published in The Nation. Tonight’s Frontline, “Law and Disorder,” will explore allegations that New Orleans police officers used inappropriate deadly force against New Orleans residents, including Glover, after the storm. It airs at 9 p.m. on WNET in New York; see PBS for your local station listings.

And this evening on NPR’s Fresh Air, Terry Gross interviews Jeff Sharlet about his new book,C Street, focusing on Sharlet’s investigation into the influence of American evangelicals in Uganda, reporting that was supported by The Investigative Fund, now known as Type Investigations. It was a Ugandan member of parliament who introduced the bill that would penalize homosexuality with life imprisonment or death, but the idea traces back to a secretive American evangelical movement known as The Family. A chilling excerpt from the book appears in this month’sHarper’s magazine. The show airs at 8 p.m. on WNYC, 820 AM; see NPR for your local station listings or listen online.