What does it do to someone, ending a life? In this episode, each of the people you'll meet woke up one morning feeling like an ordinary person, and went to bed forever changed.
We've all heard about the US opioid epidemic and its deadly impact on America. But could the prescription painkiller catastrophe be coming to the UK? Dr Michael Mosley is on the case, exploring how Britain became Europe's number one user of opioids, and meeting the people who claim they were only taking the pills their doctor prescribed. Few of these chronic pain sufferers seemed aware of the risks. Now they are trying to come off the drug and find new ways to manage their pain. Dr Mosley investigates what's behind the escalation, and reveals the shocking truth about the efficacy of prescribed painkillers.
Morgan's quest to understand what makes a rebellion successful brings him face to face with whistleblowers, hackers, and movement leaders as he sees up close what it takes to try and change the world.
Cancer surgeon Dr Richard Babor explores how our diets can prevent cancer. He travels the world to search out the single best diet for cancer prevention, exposes the myth of the superfood, and looks at the role of obesity and weight loss surgery in cancer prevention. He meets the world expert on fasting, and discovers the power of going hungry in a quest to find out if food really is medicine.
Coke versus Pepsi: a duel between giants that has lasted for more than a century, at a cost of billions of dollars. This film explores the 100-year war with unparalleled socio-economic stakes, countless victims, spies, underhand manoeuvres, truces, and renewed attacks.
Morgan embarks on a global journey for answers through an examination of the dynamics of power and leadership.
Morgan sets out on a journey in search of the forces at work which push us apart and the possibilities of coming together.
From skid marks, unwanted erections, periods, bum towels and inappropriate advances, no topic is off-limits in this funny and heartfelt look at body image, self-love and what it means to chill in the nude.
Get to know the competitors from the 2015 Indigenous Surfing titles. With in-depth discussion about what it means to be an indigenous athlete in today's society.
Belinda Miller travels with the Cherbourg women's team, the Hornettes to compete at the Queensland Murri Carnival, a major rugby league competition, and discovers the humour and the passion of these women.
Can love change the world? Morgan is on a global quest to understand how this primal force binds us together as a species.
Introducing the talented triple threat Taj Jamieson. This young Broome man can act, dance, and he can sing.
Morgan travels the world to study the cycles of war and peace. Conflict can drive innovation, but is war necessary?
Superbly photographed over a relatively short period of six weeks, the film introduces us to Coniston Station - an 840-square-mile property, northwest of Alice Springs in the Northern Territory.
Sally was born in 1942 and has many stories to tell about her life and the unique richness and influences of being raised in a multicultural community.
Morgan travels around the world in search of a greater understanding of the concept of freedom.
On Collum Collum station in northern NSW, Sunny Bancroft takes a patient approach to managing his horses and training up Shane Gordon - his 16-year-old trainee.
Benjamin Shapiro heads to Madagascar, where local officials face an uphill battle containing the black plague in a country with limited resources and difficult living conditions.
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