A documentary examining the week immediately prior to the Royal Wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer in July 1981, which lifted the spirits of the nation during a turbulent time. Interviewees include people who knew the couple, such as Mary Robertson, Col Robert Spencer, and Angela Rippon, who carried out a pre-wedding interview as well as presenting the live coverage on the day.
Michael Mosley is a TV science presenter and author who created the 5:2 diet. He also turned his attention to blood sugar and gut health, reversing his own Type 2 diabetes in the process. He speaks with Jane Hutcheon.
Jeff Kinney created Diary of a Wimpy Kid after he was repeatedly rejected for his dream job as a newspaper cartoonist. He's now a global phenomenon, with his 13th book due out and a junior readership in the millions.
Criminal psychologist Tim Watson-Munro has delved into some of Australia's most dangerous minds in his 40-year career. But professional success came at a cost, when he spiralled into depression and drug addiction.
A catastrophic workplace accident brings together a labourer and a renowned surgeon in a world-first medical procedure. Despite their differences, the two men share remarkable parallel journeys.
Sam McMillan was a nerdy oddball at school who abandoned a law degree to pursue comedy. Known as Sammy J, he's found audiences on stage and TV, and his Play School-inspired political satire has been watched by millions.
For veteran performer Rhonda Burchmore, retirement is not an option. After decades in the spotlight she's faced some hard knocks - discrimination, harassment and tragedy. But says singing and dancing has been her saviour.
When Keith Robinson was diagnosed with a neurological disorder in 2006 his acting career came to an abrupt halt. While reconciled to his condition, he still mourns his old life and refuses to feel any love for his wheelchair.
At first glance, Guy Pearce has had a fairytale career. But the tragic death of his father has weighed heavily throughout, only recently starting to make sense following the birth of his first child.
Ursula Barwick, 17, vanished without a trace in 1987, leaving her family in limbo for three decades. When the truth was finally revealed, it raised serious questions about the police investigation.
As the First Order attempts to rule the galaxy, only a ragtag group of heroes can stop them along with the help of the Resistance.
Robert Manne was left voiceless following surgery for throat cancer. A prominent public intellectual, he thought at first he'd rather die than spend his life unable to speak. But now he's back and determined to be heard.
Sofija Stefanovic was born in Yugoslavia, when the country was on the brink of collapse, moving to Australia with her family to escape the conflict. Now a writer based in NY, she explores the complexities of her heritage.
Sickened by the scale of good food going to waste, Ronni Kahn founded the food rescue charity OzHarvest. The organisation has now salvaged enough food to supply 86 million meals to people in need.
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.
Co-founder and CEO of Twitter Jack Dorsey is considered one of the most influential technology entrepreneurs in the world. Amid concern over the impact of social media, Dorsey has pledged to make his network more civil.
Builder-turned-TV presenter Barry Du Bois is battling cancer for a second time. While he accepts his disease is incurable, he says his approach to life is more positive than ever.
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.
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