An exploration of class actions. Have we got the balance right with class actions in Australia's legal system?
The program takes a look at whether parents favour certain children in particular family dynamics. Kumi chats to different families, investigating whether favourite children exist, and how this may affect filial relationships.
In Kumi Taguchi's first episode as host, we ask the question: What's it like to get to your fifties and find out you've got ADHD? A range of adults from their twenties to fifties share what it was like to get that diagnosis, how things about their past fell into place and how they used the diagnosis to change their lives for the better. They are joined by family who share the impact on them.
What does it take to be a trailblazer in your field? And how important are mentors to help guide the path along the way? In this NAIDOC week special, Insight explores the difference mentors can make for First Nations people and communities, through the eyes of some deadly high-achievers.
In this episode, we will bring people together to talk about how wills can be changed after they die and if it's possible to make yours watertight.
Janice Petersen chats to those who have experienced short-term fame. What's it like to suddenly become famous? What happens when it's all over?
Imagine being taken against your will and having no control over when you’ll be released. The psychological impact of being held hostage can be long lasting. Some people never recover. Insight talks to four people who had very different hostage experiences about how they coped during, and after, the ordeal.
We've all had a moment where we're about to step onto the road, a car turns the corner unexpectedly and our life flashes before our eyes. But for some, death has come a lot closer and cheating it has left a profound imprint on how they live the rest of their life.
Investigating our ancestry can help us connect with relatives and explore our heritage, but what happens when your search unexpectedly uncovers a long-held family secret? Insight talks to people who’ve had to rewrite their own personal history after a DNA test or document exposed a lifetime of lies.
When family secrets are forged in war, often they remain unspoken, forgotten or hidden for generations. Tonight’s episode of Insight explores what happens when you uncover a war mystery in your family?
Janice Petersen talks to a panel about how to survive and thrive during menopause.
Imagine opening up your computer only to realise your life and income are being held to ransom. With more of us now working from home, hacking attacks are increasing. In this episode we hear from those who’ve been hacked, hackers that have been jailed and what help is out there.
Hearing voices is not as uncommon as you might think. In fact, research shows between 10 to 25 percent of us will experience it at some point in our lives. Why do some people hear voices? And what’s it like living with them?
Step inside the world of high-stakes negotiations, from hostage sieges, to climate change deals, Indigenous rights and navigating divorce. Expert negotiators explain how to resolve conflict, with personal stories of when things go right, when they go wrong and the techniques behind how to negotiate better.
Marc Fennell talks through how fathers have found their feet as modern day dads, and what fatherhood looks like in 2020.
A third of Australian marriages are interracial, and mixed race is the fastest growing ethnic group in the UK and US. This week's Insight explores the concept of growing up mixed mace, asking how does being mixed race shape people's identity and experience of the world, and how can families maintain multiple cultures?
Experts say an affair can be a sign things aren't right in a relationship. Some studies say infidelity is rarely about sex. Whatever the reason, an affair can have lasting impacts. Insight talks to couples who survived an affair, whose relationship ended and those impacted by their parents' infidelity.
Many of us may be getting to know our neighbours a little better since coronavirus COVID-19 hit. Insight goes into backyards all around Australia, to hear from neighbours who have developed relationships and lifelong friendships that go far beyond a wave over the fence.
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