Physicist and broadcaster Brian Cox sits down with Jane Hutcheon to discuss life, the universe and the achievement he values above all - inspiring children to take up science.
At 104 years old, Eileen Kramer is busier than ever. She's still working as a dancer and choreographer, has been cast in a new TV drama series, and has co-written a book about her life.
Susan Alberti is a businesswoman, philanthropist and driving force behind women's football in Australia. She's navigated personal tragedy and serious health setbacks to pursue her dream of making a difference.
Jane Hutcheon sits down with Noni Hazlehurst, one of Australia's most distinguished stage and screen actors.
Michael Leunig's cartoons have been a presence in Australian culture for nearly five decades. His work is revered by some but has outraged others. In 2016 Michael suffered a concussion injury which he's still recovering from.
As the first woman to head an Australian police force, Christine Nixon knows what it's like to be a female leader under pressure. Now she's a leadership adviser, the fight for gender equality remains at the heart of her work.
Journalist Peter Greste became the story when he was arrested on terrorism charges in Egypt in 2013. As he languished behind bars for 400 days, his parents fought tirelessly for his release - and stole Australia's heart.
Bruce Beresford is an acclaimed director with more than 30 feature films to his name. Yet his career almost ended before it began, when his early work enraged the critics.
Rob Holt was homeless for much of his life and turned to alcohol, drugs and violent crime. Now housed and on the road to rehabilitation, he's educating corporations and individuals about life on the streets.
Reg Livermore is a veteran performer who has entertained theatre and television audiences for more than six decades.
Julian Punch is a former Catholic priest whose tireless battle for social justice and gay rights saw him branded as a renegade. He quit the church after realising he couldn't be a priest and an outspoken gay man.
Dava Sobel is an American author whose books unravel great mysteries of space and time. Recently she's revealed the little-known story of a group of women in the development of modern astronomy.
Rhiannon Giddens is a US Grammy Award-winning singer and instrumentalist who has made race and history the base notes of her repertoire.
Jane Goodall is a primatologist and environmental activist, whose trailblazing work with chimpanzees has helped reshape our understanding of animal and human behaviour.
Former US Vice President Al Gore reflects on the global climate crisis, his failed bid to become president, and the near-tragedy that almost cost the life of his son.
Richard Fidler has enjoyed success as a musical comedy performer, broadcaster and author. As host of the radio interview show Conversations, Fidler says he feels privileged to ask impertinent questions for a living.
Writer and model Lily Bailey has suffered with obsessive compulsive disorder all her life. Initially secretive about her condition, she grew tired of misconceptions around OCD and chose to speak frankly about her struggles.
Gillian Triggs is an academic and international lawyer appointed in 2012 as president of the Australian Human Rights Commission. In the final month of her term, she reflects on a challenging career.
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