In this funny, heart-warming and revealing episode, we speak to kids from around Australia - from the city to the country - about families, friendships, screen time, bullying, sex, death, and the internet.
We speak to eight Australians who live in public housing to ask them the tough questions, such as: why do you get a house for doing nothing?
We ask six Olympic gold medallists and one Paralympic gold medallist about winning. Is it all it's cracked up to be? What does it take to be the best in the world?
Eight people talk about what it's like to live with HIV. While the disease is no longer life-threatening - or even contagious - with the right medication, the fear and stigma it still carries for many is life-changing.
By the end of this episode, you'll have met eight remarkable people on the autism spectrum, and been given eight unique windows into a world we rarely, if ever, hear about.
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.
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.
In the season premiere, you'll meet nine firefighters from around the country who'll give you their raw, personal, unfiltered insights into fire, fear, heroism, and more.
Eight survivors from eight different disasters go back to the moment of impact, recalling exactly what happened, how they survived, and ultimately where their lives are now.
What does being deaf feel like? What do deaf people wish they could hear? Through sign and speech, eight profoundly deaf Australians give a unique insight into their lives.
What happens when drinking habits become problematic? Eight former alcoholics open the lid and share their sobering truths.
What is it actually like to put your hand up, be elected, and serve the nation in the House of Representatives or the Senate? Eight former politicians go off-script and share their candid opinions.
Travelling show people, or carnies as they are colloquially known, have a reputation that precedes them. What is life on the road really like for these Aussie nomads?
A subject that is still widely misunderstood, secretive and rarely spoken about in detail: eight individuals reveal the complexities of being born with an intersex variation.
A diverse mix of African Australians are asked outrageous questions about racism, poverty, gangs, and hair. Their answers are anything but black and white.
We go beyond the shocking statistics, empowering eight survivors of domestic and family violence to reflect on their personal experiences of living in violent, abusive and controlling relationships.
The ABC's award-winning You Can't Ask That asks the tough questions to former and current members of the Australian Invictus Games team.
This program opens up the confessional to priests. Representing various denominations, eight priests talk about doubting their beliefs, whether or not they have a sex life and drinking holy wine.
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