In this episode, we ask children of same-sex parents to address one of the most hotly debated and controversial issues of our time - their life. #YouCantAskThat.
Richard travels to the field to meet several researchers who present evidence that suggests chemicals or biological agents might possibly be deliberately sprayed at high altitudes for a purpose undisclosed to the general public.
Over the past few years, Australia's 'war on drugs' has turned its attention largely to ice. We talk to ice users, both past and present, to find out what the attraction to this drug is all about. #YouCantAskThat.
They are the ultimate alpha males, the very symbols of confidence and charm. But behind the clean-cut images resides complex psychological dimensions fuelled by war and personal rivalries and the quest for power. Who are the men behind the tans and smiles? Who are the real Kennedy Brothers? The construction of the Kennedy Political Dynasty may begin with Joe's money - but the fuel is an intense competition between brothers, who must overcome their own shortcomings to create America's most powerful political machine.
Not many groups of people in Australia are more feared or misunderstood than refugees. In this episode we hear from refugees about their experience of Australia. The people, the culture and their new home.
In a world obsessed with appearance and fitting in, it's hard to imagine what it would be like to live with an extreme facial difference. In this brutally honest episode, we talk to people who face this challenge daily.
You Can't Ask That asks recent war veterans the awkward, inappropriate or uncomfortable questions you've always wanted to know the answers to, but never had the guts to ask.
The thought provoking series returns to give marginalised and misunderstood Australians a voice. In this episode, we gain an unprecedented insight into the minds of people who have attempted suicide and survived.
People with Down syndrome are often faced with a world that believes they don't have much to contribute. In this heart-warming and challenging episode, we give them a chance to speak for themselves.
Life-affirming, insightful, hilarious and refreshingly inappropriate television. This episode, blind people bust stereotypes as they answer the questions viewers asked.
Adam meets a young dad who is on a personal mission to save the world and end climate change, until Adam turns his world upside down. Learn why the famous Crying Indian PSA wasn't quite what we thought, while Adam also explores the surprising history behind the concept of 'Litterbugs', and the reasons why electric cars and green products don't make the environmental impact you've been promised.
Shane Smith travels to Greenland with climate scientist Jason Box to investigate why the glaciers are melting, and how the resul
After getting Emily out of prison, Adam and his sister Rhea take on the justice system, shining a spotlight on the infamous McDonalds hot coffee lawsuit, and the substantial problems with the jury duty system. Adam then goes on to explore the various ways prosecution teams are set up to succeed while your court-appointed lawyer is not.
With tighter controls on cigarette advertising in the West, the big companies are now setting their sights on Asia.
Each generation of Kennedy children is born with a silver spoon, yet not everything that comes with the Kennedy family name is easy, as the lives of the 21st Century Kennedy's reveal. Joe Kennedy built an empire and expected his family to perpetuate a legacy of wealth, public service, and political power. But is that model too old-fashioned? In the 21st Century, isn't the price simply too high - even for the Kennedy's.
Adam illustrates how, despite its macho man reputation, prostitutes actually helped settle the West. He then goes on to explain why the 'all-American cowboy' is a myth, and that the real hero of the west wasn't a person at all; it was air conditioning.
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