Hugh Jackman, Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Becky G rally global citizens in campaigns to push world leaders into action against extreme poverty.
Immigration detain a bus load of illegal workers but their organiser is not giving in without a fight. An Aussie is far from happy about having her bag searched and begins to mouth off.
Unprecedented access into the life of Camilla. Cameras follow HRH the Duchess of Cornwall through her 70th year, from royal duties to candid moments with Prince Charles, her grandchildren, family and dogs.
This documentary looks back at events during President Barack Obama's years in office that revealed deep divisions within the United States, and the polarised America that Donald Trump inherits as president. We take an in-depth view of the partisan gridlock in Washington, the rise of populist anger on both sides of the aisle, and the racial tensions that erupted throughout the country. Alternative title: Trump's Divided States of America.
In Border's biggest drug bust, a shipment of narcotics is discovered in the most unlikely of places. Immigration suspect that an Indian man is trying to cross the border on a false French passport. Officers suspect that a Moroccan man may be trying to smuggle in narcotics.
This documentary looks back at events during then-president Barack Obama's years in office that revealed deep divisions within the US, and the polarised America that Donald Trump inherits as president. We take an in-depth view of the partisan gridlock in Washington, the rise of populist anger on both sides of the aisle, and the racial tensions that erupted throughout the country. In this episode, we investigate the deep political divisions and bitter polarisation that grew during the Obama presidency and how the promise of change and unity collided with racial and political realities.
A woman denies smuggling drugs after being caught carrying 5kg of an illegal contraband which is concealed in boxes of herbal tea. An old-time drug smuggler who claims to be reformed wishes to enter Australia for a holiday but officers remain suspicious. There is a stand-off in biosecurity when a middle eastern man is reluctant to give up his exotic smoking tobacco. Hosted by Grant Bowler.
A bungling drug mule tries every trick to avoid being caught. An elderly gambler's luck runs out when Immigration uncover his ongoing scam. Biosecurity intercept a delivery from Russia which is suspected to be part of the illegal trade in endanger animals.
Officers are determined to catch out a passenger involved in the importation of narcotics. A secretive Lithuanian refuses to divulge her plans for coming to Australia. A runaway passenger makes a dash for the exit when she's pulled aside for closer inspection. Hosted by Grant Bowler.
Ten days out from the election Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten meet for the final leaders' debate of the campaign. Moderated by Sabra Lane from the National Press Club in Canberra.
What chance does an Indigenous Australian born today have of one day becoming the leader of our nation? Actor and musician Mark Coles Smith investigates the likelihood of Australia ever having a black prime minister.
Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove delivers his 2019 Anzac Day Address.
ABC marks Anzac Day with all day coverage of commemorations across Australia and around the world. We begin with live coverage of the Dawn Service from the Cenotaph in Martin Place, Sydney.
Anzac Day commemorations continue with live coverage of the National Dawn Service from the Australian War Memorial in Canberra.
This episode illustrates how a case built on quick and shoddy police work was taken up by an unethical prosecutor, Kevin Urick, and willed into a conviction. It weaves together the storylines of Adnan's present day post-conviction appeal hearing with his original trial, hinging on several key examples of unethical behaviour that helped convict Adnan and are being questioned at his PCR.
This episode centres on the most mysterious figure in Adnan's case: the state's witness, Jay Wilds. His testimony is the only evidence tying Adnan to Hae's murder. First, we pick up at Adnan's arrest, which has left his friends, family, and defence team scrambling to figure out what the state's witness has alleged about Adnan.
The first episode begins in the present day, where we meet Adnan's family and Rabia Chaudry, his fiercest advocate, who first brought Adnan's story to Sarah Koenig and inspired the cultural phenomenon that was the Serial podcast. We learn that since Serial, Adnan has filed a new appeal that could bring him back to court. From there, we go back in time to Baltimore County in 1999, when Hae Min Lee was murdered and Adnan Syed was convicted of the crime. We build to the climax of Adnan's arrest through multiple storylines - Hae's disappearance, Adnan and Hae's high school romance, and Rabia's present day fight to prove his innocence.
Through gut-wrenching interviews, this program crafts a portrait of sustained exploitation, deception and complicated feelings that have led two men to tell their story of abuse by Michael Jackson.
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