Their rivalry and meeting in the 3000m run was hyped by the media as the event to watch at the 1984 Olympics. Thirty-two years after that race, the real story of Mary Decker and Zola Budd is finally told.
For the first time, cameras record a hearing inside Australia's Appeals Tribunal as a Peruvian man fights for his life. Meanwhile, a wealthy English family faces deportation, and a man claims to be the sole survivor of a family fleeing Myanmar.
This program goes to Southside Chicago to see why civilian deaths are happening, and highlight the ways the community is working to bring peace and end the cycle of revenge and retaliation.
Alastair Campbell candidly talks about his experience living with depression, and explores if radical new treatments can make a difference. Alastair is best known for his role as Tony Blair's formidable and often contentious spin doctor but, away from the public eye, he has been dogged by crippling bouts of depression for most of his life.
Death comes inevitably to us all. How societies celebrate their loved ones' passing varies dramatically from place to place. In Gurgaon, India, an 82-year-old nun voluntarily fasts to the death in a religious ritual, attended by her children. A Taiwanese man honours his dead father with exotic dancers gyrating at the graveside. An octogenarian in San Francisco lives with death every day among his vast collections of skeletal remains. In Stockton, Alabama, a widow remembers her husband with a patriotic gun salute using bullets loaded with his ashes.
Five expert engineers abandoned in freezing conditions face a race against time trying to turn airplane wreckage into an escape vehicle as the ice closes in.
This episode follows the campaign to save a Bhutanese family from deportation and a couple's Sophie's Choice about who gets the children if the mother is deported; a refugee suddenly finds out his identity is in question; an American businessman is frustrated by the system.
A small group of women prisoners have just eight weeks to transform retired racing greyhounds into obedient, house-friendly pets. Can the dogs help the women get their lives back on track?
Dujuan's new school encourages the learning and speaking of local Aboriginal language. How can this help connections between children and their culture? What other benefits can arise from taking this approach to teaching?
The teacher is a little flustered and lacks confidence reading the dreaming story to Dujuan and his classmates. How could she improve in her delivery of this story? How could the students be more engaged during this story telling?
Told through the eyes of charismatic 10-year-old Arrernte/Garrwa boy Dujuan and his family, the film charts the challenges Dujuan faces both in his school and on the streets of Alice Springs.
Explore the history, culture and everyday lives of people living and working in a remote paradise: the Torres Strait Islands.
The ground conditions are extreme as five abandoned engineers seek to build an escape craft out of ship wreckage.
Spectacular bridges, breathtaking buildings, extraordinary structures. Our man-made world is awe inspiring, but in an instant, it can crumble before our eyes. Rob Bell investigates why sometimes our buildings and bridges fail with disastrous consequences, visiting the scenes of some of the world's worst disasters. From fatal design flaws and killer construction errors, these deadly mistakes cost lives and have taught engineers how to save them to make our man-made world a safer place.
Three women fight to keep their marriage together after their husbands fall foul of the law; one woman places her own life in jeopardy.
Hear the harrowing first-hand story of how a crew of oil rig workers escaped a massive fire that killed 11 of their co-workers in the Gulf of Mexico.
In a remote jungle, five expert engineers are stranded in a simulated crash site caused by a flash flood and must salvage parts from the wrecked vehicles to build a boat.
Almost two decades after the close of the 20th century, which ten events will stay in our minds and hearts as those that definitively marked history? Martin Luther King Jr's "I Have a Dream" Speech influenced civil rights laws, apartheid ended in South Africa, a bomb was dropped in Hiroshima, and man landed on the moon. Politics, wars, assassinations and inventions come into our final episode as we count down the top 10 events that changed our century, our world, and our way of life.
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