Nigel Brennan's family speak exclusively to Australian Story on their ordeal since Nigel's kidnap and how they were forced to negotiate with hostage takers to secure his release.
In Episode 1 we examine the miracle of conception, how sperm has to swim the equivalent of the width of Lake Superior to reach the female egg, how that one fertilised cell will generate trillions of others, and how the information in your DNA would take nine and a half years to read out loud.
Stories include, 'Miners revolt against super tax', 'Hung parliament leaves Britain in limbo', 'Government rejects hysterical mining industry claims', 'Greek austerity bill passed despite protests', 'Greek crisis drags markets down', 'Crews work to plug US oil leak', 'Democrats take on kingmaker role', 'Burmese ceasefire under doubt'.
Stories include, 'Deaths in Greece spark fears of EU collapse', 'Fears oil spill will get worse', 'Abbott opposes this week', 'Stephen Conroy joins the 7.30 Report', 'Conroy releases broadband network study'.
Magicians helping science to unravel the mysteries of vision; how a carbon rich atmosphere will threaten food security; and Australian farmers making it big with prawns.
Stories include, 'NBN to be bigger, better, cheaper: study', 'Greece on brink of abyss: Papandreou', 'British elections too close to call', 'Surviving Mumbai gunman to be executed', 'Greens push for $1 pokie limit', 'Teachers back down from threatened NAPLAN snub', 'Distress call sparks Cocos Island search'.
Stories include, 'Dire future for fishing', 'Rudd faces mining industry', 'Super fit 90 year old teaches aerobics', 'The key to happiness', 'Support for Brown down as poll day looms'.
Stories include, 'Mining heavyweights rally against tax', 'Row over NAPLAN tests heats up', 'Striking Greeks protest against bailout plan', 'Lucas Heights whistleblower sparks nuclear safety fears', 'Gillard defends important NAPLAN tests', 'New hope for Brown as election looms'.
Stories include, 'Floods fall short of relieving the Murray', 'Coalition gaining ground on Rudd Government', 'Nerves of steel', 'Study lifts lid on human growth hormone in sport'.
Before Haiti there was Aceh - a catastrophic natural event claiming tens of thousands of lives, destroying towns and villages and drawing enormous global sympathy and billions in aid. What is life like now for those traumatised survivors in this historically divided place?
Rugby league has been hammered by scandal yet again. But this time it's not a sex scandal. This time it's about money and cheating to win. Amid reports of dodgy deals and secret bookkeeping, the game's fans are being given more than a hint of just how complicated the links are between the sport, the media covering it, and the people running the game. And it's getting ugly.
Stories include, 'Government under pressure after rate hike', 'Red Shirts agree to peace plan', 'Man arrested over NYC bomb attempt', 'Iran remarks trigger nuclear walk-out', 'Labor convinced of election win despite poll drop', 'Government set to unveil NBN report', 'Five hurt in Melbourne train collision'.
Stories include, 'Opinions divided over Henry tax review', 'Violence escalates in Kandahar', 'Fighting to keep Acland alive'.
Stories include, 'Miners vent fury over tax hike', 'Henry tax review in depth', 'Police hunt Times Square bomb suspect', 'Obama visits oil spill disaster site', 'British politicians vie for election glory', 'Britain could be headed for hung parliament', 'Mumbai gunman awaits sentencing', 'Government under fire over ETS shelving'.
An investigation that exposes the way children are used to produce the raw materials that drive a multi-billion dollar industry. Cocoa beans are the basic ingredients of chocolate. They are one of the most heavily traded commodities in the world. In Europe, major chocolate makers have signed up to Fairtrade programs, claiming some of their products are made without abusive labour practices. Now the BBC's Paul Kenyon, posing as a cocoa bean buyer, puts those claims to the test, revealing the Fairtrade seal of approval on chocolate is not all always what it appears to be.
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