Derek and his brother, both gay men, grew up in Singapore where homosexuality is criminalised. Derek outed his older brother to the family, while leading a closeted life and converting to Christianity.
In Armadale, one of Perth's most disadvantaged suburbs, many boys are raised in fractured families, facing suicide and crime. The Fathering Project combats these intergenerational problems.
In 1994, New Zealand mountaineer Mark Whetu climbed Mount Everest with summitting partner and close friend Mike Reinberger. However, not long after, Whetu was faced with a terrible decision: leave Reinberger behind, or stay with him forever?
The story of an up-and-coming female MMA athlete, exploring what makes her so determined to rise to the top of the extremely competitive world of mixed martial arts.
Victoria records a daily high of 428 new cases as the south-west Sydney cluster grows. Frustration and delays at border checkpoints. Jeremy Fernandez is joined by Bruce Thompson and Sophie Scott to answer your questions.
Their rivalry and meeting in the 3000m run was hyped by the media as the event to watch at the 1984 Olympics. Thirty-two years after that race, the real story of Mary Decker and Zola Budd is finally told.
Alastair Campbell candidly talks about his experience living with depression, and explores if radical new treatments can make a difference. Alastair is best known for his role as Tony Blair's formidable and often contentious spin doctor but, away from the public eye, he has been dogged by crippling bouts of depression for most of his life.
Jesse learns the basics of scuba diving at his local pool before heading out into the ocean. What are some differences between snorkelling and scuba diving? Why is it important to get the equipment set up properly? What kind of creatures might you see in a coral reef in Australia?
Australia prepares for the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak to escape Victoria's borders, with residents of Melbourne metro in lockdown and asked to wear masks. Jeremy Fernandez joins Bruce Thompson and Sophie Scott to answer your questions.
Surfing legend Robbie Page introduces saltwater novice Steve 'Mungindi' Ellis into a community of Indigenous surfers who live and breath surfing.
Inside the Melbourne lockdown, where 300,000 residents in 10 postcodes have been asked to stay at home and a testing blitz continues. Jeremy Fernandez puts your questions to Professor James McCaw and Dr Norman Swan.
Jeremy Fernandez brings you in-depth analysis of the Melbourne COVID-19 clusters. Plus the staggering increase in global coronavirus cases. Epidemiologist associate professor Hassan Vally and Sophie Scott answer your questions.
Does the upswing in COVID-19 cases indicate a second wave? Jeremy Fernandez looks at the week's developments and the latest data. Plus Dr Norman Swan and Sophie Scott answer your questions.
An Indigenous women's organisation in Nowra challenges the landscape of continued colonisation through straight talking cultural workshops that confront white privilege head-on and leave participants deeply changed.
Australia opens up but how do we avoid the second wave? Jeremy Fernandez brings you the latest data and information on the coronavirus. Plus epidemiologists Michael Baker and Allen Cheng answer your questions.
In this special, Chris van Tulleken, Hannah Fry and Michael Mosley examine the latest research and explore some of the big questions about this virus and the pandemic it has created. It's been just 133 days since scientists sequenced the genome of coronavirus COVID-19. Thousands of research papers have been published, and sophisticated models built that have changed millions of lives. But some basic facts about the SARs-CoV-2 virus and the pandemic it's caused still seem elusive. Drawing on the world's experts and the latest research, Chris, Hannah and Michael explore what we really know - and what we don't - about this deadly virus.
The Hare Krishna movement arrived in the West in the 1960s at the height of the youth revolution. Temples and farming communities soon sprang up around the world.
The NRL is back and AFL in training, while other sports across Australia and around the world prepare to reboot. Jeremy Fernandez brings you the latest data and answers your questions about the coronavirus COVID-19 recovery.
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