What does it mean to be Australian? What are Australian values? Five passionate individuals from a variety of backgrounds agree to a 'lock in' at an iconic venue with a mission to come up with their own list of questions.
Rent day in Victorian London was known as 'Black Monday'. Families either landed out on the street, or could survive another week.
Filmed over 10 years, this film follows a young boy called Zach and his loving, but often volatile relationship with his father.
As Hermannsburg Mission celebrates its 140th anniversary in the 500th year of the Lutheran Church, it continues the tradition of holding open-air bush camps for pastors.
Families of the Lockerbie victims reveal the grief and shock of losing their loved ones to terrorism.
Two Lockerbie plane bombing witnesses discuss their reactions of bewilderment, shock and sadness when faced with the bodies of the victims.
Dateline presents this documentary special about the Lockerbie bombing. At 7.02 pm on Wednesday December 21, 1988, a device inside Pan Am flight 103's Boeing 747 detonated at 31,000 feet killing all 259 people on board and a further 11 on the ground. Suddenly the eyes of the world were on the sleepy town of Lockerbie as it became witness and victim to one of the worst terrorist attacks in history. This emotional documentary on the Lockerbie bombing, pieces together the experience of the relatives and those involved in the investigation to examine a crime that linked two countries together in tragedy and changed the way we would travel forever.
A family completes a week without eating meat, growing their own herbs and living with one less car. How did they go? Could you do it?
A family is trying to eat more ethically - giving up meat for a week, learning to grow their own herbs and learning how to cook vego.
A family is reducing its reliance on cars for one week and meets some people from Kiribati, who are in the firing line when it comes to global warming.
A family is challenged to drop meat for a week and give up use of one of their cars. Why do you think food and transport were chosen as the focus of this challenge. What impact would this challenge have on you, if you did it?
What are the ethical challenges we face every day? This brief introduction is a good discussion starter for your class.
An Australian family try to redefine the way they live, making ethical choices about how they travel and what they eat. Natasha Mitchell joins the Easthorpes as they grapple with the challenges of ethical living.
The tragic sinking of the Costa Concordia cruise ship off the coast of Italy is examined through survivor testimony and footage taken during the disaster to determine exactly what went wrong.
Anglican priest Rod Bower is well known for the controversial signs he puts up outside the Gosford Church. But there's a lot more to this compassionate man, whose commitment to social justice has made him a major target.
An inter-generational story about how the turban is making a comeback in Australia's Sikh community. Hip hop artist L-Fresh the Lion, activist Sukhjit Kaur Khalsa and cricketer Gurinder Sandhu are all embracing their culture.
It's estimated more than 50,000 Australian kids don't go to school, not because they are truants, but because their parents choose to home school them. Who are these families and why have they chosen to home-school?
A series of one-hour documentaries showcasing films from across the Al Jazeera Network.
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