Tom Walker struggled for years as a jobbing actor, skipping lunches and working in a shop to make ends meet. Then he created a spoof TV journalist called Jonathan Pie - and a surprise career as a satirist was born.
Gaz and Mike rush a small baby to hospital with suspected meningitis. Steve and Neil are called to help a woman who's suddenly lost the ability to speak.
Putting the 'real' back into reality TV, the award-winning series with no narrator and no agendas, just authentic stories told in people's own words. Immerse yourself in the life of extraordinary Australians.
Tim Winton is one of Australia's most celebrated authors, with 29 books to his name. He sits down with Jane Hutcheon to reflect on a creative life and the themes that continually colour his work.
Ayla Holdom is a British transgender helicopter pilot who has worked alongside Prince William. Invited to his wedding, she was outed by tabloids in 2010. Now her mission is to challenge media stereotypes of trans people.
Pop singer Leo Sayer turns 70 in 2018 and is still making music and touring the world. He's topped the charts - and faced financial ruin - over a 45-year career, but says he wouldn't change a thing.
Catriona Wallace is an entrepreneur and chief executive in the field of artificial intelligence. As a mother of five who splits her time between Australia and the US, she's abandoned all notions of conventional parenting.
James and Debbie rush to a man who's unconscious in a diabetic coma, and help a teenager who keeps passing out at college.
In the NSW mid-coast town of Kempsey, principal Mark Morrison brushes close to the rules to give troubled teens their last chance at a high school education.
After modest beginnings doodling around a friend's kitchen table, Peter Lord is now a leading figure in the animation world. He co-founded Aardman Animations, which brought Wallace and Gromit and other claymations to the screen.
Dami Im arrived in Australia from South Korea at the age of nine, and learned English by singing along to pop songs. She found fame through X Factor and Eurovision, but says family - and her faith - help keep her grounded.
As Jules' social media world spirals downwards, her friend Aaron prepares to enter an online hate exchange.
Ai Weiwei is a world-renowned artist and dissident whose latest work focuses on the global refugee crisis. He speaks with Jane Hutcheon about art, activism and humanity
Actor Shane Jacobson was brought up in a house of laughter, and uses comedy in all aspects of his life and work. Even as his mum battles Parkinson's disease, Jacobson says humour is central to his family's wellbeing.
Michelle and Simon rush to a young man who's collapsed at work. Gaz and Debbie are called to try to work out what's causing a teenager to have chest pain and numbness down one side.
Craig Foster has built a formidable reputation as a football player and broadcaster with an unrivalled passion for the game. But when a fellow footballer was imprisoned in Thailand on a spurious charge, he led a global campaign to bring him home.
Blanche d'Alpuget is a writer and the second wife of former prime minister Bob Hawke. She sits down with Jane Hutcheon to discuss love, lust and politics.
Jules goes on a roller-coaster ride, taking steps to make right with her social media followers. Meanwhile, her friend Aaron is thinking seriously about online revenge tactics.
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