Part one of a startling expose revealing what really happened in Iraq after the occupation of the country by Coalition troops. Made for Quicksilver productions by producer Sam Collyns, the series tells the story of Iraq not simply from the point of view of the invaders but from the insurgents who fought them. It tells how fundamental strategic mistakes made by the Americans pushed formerly peaceful Iraqis into the arms of the fanatical Al Qaeda.
Panellists include Lisa Forrest - Olympic Swimmer, Geoff Lawson - test cricketer, Roy Masters - legendary NRL coach and sports journalist, Mark Arbib - Sports Minister and Kelly O'Dwyer - Member for Higgins.
It's been four years since Living Black first reported on the ancient Aboriginal rock art under threat from mining in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Now, there are calls for the Burrup Peninsula's thousands of rock engravings to be World Heritage Listed. One of Australia's most valuable art collections sits in a commercial storage facility because no museum or gallery will offer it a home. Plus, behind the rustic coastal appearance of regional Victoria's Warrnambool, there's a less picturesque reality.
The story, 'Krishna and Trishna, one year on', details the past year of once conjoined twins Trishna and Krishna, after they underwent surgery to separate them. The story, 'The great race', is a behind the scenes look at the V8 Supercar Bathurst 1000 race with Craig Lowndes and Mark Skaife. The story, 'Beginnings', talks with Anne Geddes about her success as a photographer, and the inspiring characters she has met throughout her journey. The story, 'One of a kind', meets an unconventional nun by the name of Sister Trish Franklin, who's changing the lives of thousands of kids through her charity in Vietnam.
With almost 20,000 North Korean defectors now living in South Korea, how are they adjusting to life in one of the world's most technologically and economically advanced societies, when they come from one of the world's most isolated communist states? Amos Roberts meets defectors trying to adjust to their new life, and speaks to South Koreans about their fears of reunification.
The story, 'Hail Mary!', explores why Australia's soon-to-be saint, Mary MacKillop will be canonised in Rome. The story, 'In the flesh', features an interview with the lead singer of Blondie, Debbie Harry. The story, 'The cruel sea', reports on the dangers of rips.
Stories include, 'Rejuvenating the Murray will come at a cost', 'Dollar closes on greenback', 'Visa scam claims to be investigated', 'Chinese activist awarded Peace Prize', 'Burke defends timing of Murray water plan', 'Hughes poem chronicles wife's suicide'.
Stories include, 'Irrigators warn water cuts will devastate communities', 'Woodward talks about Obama's wars', 'Wounded warriors tragic reminder of war', 'Clarke and Dawe on the Delhi Games'.
Stories include, 'Farmers attack Murray-Darling plan', 'Visa conmen targeting Fijian refugees', 'Sea Shepherd boat deliberately scuttled', 'Toxic sludge reaches Danube', 'US faces free speech test', 'Oil spill commission criticises Obama', 'Family of 12 year old prostitute consider suing'.
Stories include, 'Fierce debate over the future of Cape York', 'Obama optimism low as US economy struggles', 'Helping the helpers', 'Divers do battle in Delhi'.
Stories include, 'System failed prostituted girl, 12', 'Toxic sludge kills four in Hungary', 'France, America move against terror plot', 'Pornland author joins Lateline', 'Victoria withdraws police corruption book'.
Dr Norman Doidge discusses brain plasticity at the Brisbane Writers Festival in 2010 (10 minutes).
Stories include, 'Caught on camera', 'Gillard on Afghanistan', 'Australia booms in face of economic gloom', 'Rene Redzepi visits Australia'.
Giant catfish the size of family refrigerators hide in the depths with 1200 other species of exotic wildlife. Further downstream are rare and mysterious freshwater dolphins. Communities frame their lives around what the river provides: food, jobs, transport - or if you're a bunch of laughing children - a skylarking dip in the backyard splash pool. By the time the Amazon of Asia - the mighty Mekong River - reaches Laos it's already been put to serious use by the Chinese and now the little landlocked communist nation wants to do the same, big-time.
When patients are faced with impending death, tough decisions need to be made and that's what Insight examines in 'Holding On'. Patients, families and medical professionals will come together to discuss whether it's worth buying time with drugs or invasive surgery. Insight presenter Jenny Brockie will lead the discussion about how patients, families and medicos make decisions when further treatment seems futile.
Stories include, 'Tasers criticised after Sydney death', 'Abbott chose his words poorly', 'RBA leaves rates unchanged', 'Swan warns banks to hold fire on rates', 'Moneghetti vents on sauna conditions', 'Chile mine rescue nears end'.
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