In the lead up to the 2020 presidential election, the US is caught in a ferocious battle over prescription drug prices. With some life-saving medications rising in cost by more than 5000 percent, we meet the Americans begging and borrowing to stay alive and turning to Australia for help.
This program meets the families, estate agents, and heritage activists living in the ruins of Mosul, two years after the defeat of IS. With renewed instability in the region, can life in the once thriving cultural city ever return to normal?
With unprecedented access aboard MSF's migrant rescue ship, we meet the volunteers on a perilous search and rescue mission off the coast of Libya. Can they navigate the difficult waters of changing migrant policy in Europe?
In Italy's nationalist right-wing heartland, one town is tackling anti-immigrant sentiment with a unique approach - an integration camp. But not everyone agrees with the camp's prison-style tactics.
Amar was a victim of Saddam Hussein's 1991 napalm attacks. Raised in the UK, his life in Iraq was all but forgotten, until 30 years later a mysterious message arrives. Could his family still be alive?
We travel to Singapore to find out why its education system tops the global leaderboard. We look at high-stakes testing, and ask if the culture of competition puts too much pressure on kids. Janice Petersen follows some of Australia's top teachers to Singapore, to find out how its education system, and culture, creates the world's smartest students.
With a dramatic spike in the number of teens committed to emergency mental health care in Florida, we meet families struggling to find long-term help. We go inside a system at breaking point, and ask how it failed to catch Florida's Parkland shooter.
As Boris Johnson vows to meet the October 31 Brexit deadline, this program explores what will happen to the 3.5 million EU nationals in Britain. If they leave, who will fill the labour gaps?
This episode follows Australian veterans back to Timor-Leste 20 years after the violent struggle for freedom. We look at the country's progress and struggles, and ask if Australia's been a good neighbour.
What does it take to stage the most coordinated mass protests in history? Dateline looks at how Hong Kongers are orchestrating civil unrest, and find out why the protest movement is taking a new turn.
Spain's rural population is decreasing at an alarming rate, and as the government and locals scramble to stop the exodus, can a bus load of single ladies save the day?
New York state has become ground zero for the anti-vax movement. This program goes inside the close-knit Orthodox Jewish community being torn apart by vaccine fear and a measles outbreak.
After surviving a child sacrifice attack, will 16-year-old Allan finally see his attacker brought to justice? Meet the team of Australian and Ugandans fighting this disturbing modern crime.
As more US states move to ban abortion, while others push for laxer laws, this program investigates the battle over women's bodies and whether the issue could help determine the next presidential election.
Meet the daredevil television star taking on Italy's mafia, risking his life to expose drug dealers and gangsters, and armed with only his bicycle.
In Trump's America, unemployment is at its lowest in 50 years, but one in 10 people still live below the poverty line. What happens when a job no longer guarantees a roof over your head?
This program explores why disaster prepping has become a government-sanctioned past time in Sweden, but who or what are they afraid of?
Muay Thai is one of the toughest martial arts in the world. But after the death of a child boxer, Thailand debates the future of its national sport. Is Muay Thai an ancient art form or child abuse?
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