From high-security women’s prisoner to high-profile crusading lawyer, Debbie Kilroy has made a career of helping the country's most disadvantaged women and stopping the cycle of imprisonment.
The victim of a miscarriage of justice, Andrew Mallard spent 12 years in jail for murder. His conviction was quashed after uncovering a trail of deception and police misconduct, but his life ended in a cruel twist of fate.
In Bob Hawke — 23rd prime minister, fearless reformer and Labor giant — Australia found a political leader, the likes of which we’d never seen before. Australian Story remembers the late Bob Hawke.
A light-hearted, funny documentary following a fast food junkie on a culinary voyage of discovery to Japan. Award-winning comedian and fast food junkie Craig Anderson doesn't have much time for healthy living. But at double his recommended weight and with a biological age of 64 at the age of 38, he may just not have much time full stop. Can a nation known for its longevity save Craig from death by pizza? This fresh and funny doc follows Craig on an action-packed culinary voyage of discovery to Japan, as he learns a whole new approach to food and fulfilment.
An exhilarating backstage pass as Australia's Kate Miller-Heidke prepares for Eurovision and looks back on an extraordinary career.
As a society, we've become obsessed with the concept of organic food and products, chemical-free farming, healing foods, and natural remedies. People are distrusting GMOs, pharmaceuticals, and other 'non-natural' solutions. Organic products fetch a premium price. Families are turning to holistic approaches to medical issues, sometimes with fatal consequences. But what is causing people to distrust modern medicine and approaches to farming? Where does this romantic notion of 'natural is better' come from? And most importantly, are these stances scientifically supportable? Original title: A User's Guide to Cheating Death.
Winner of the 2011 Best Screenplay award at the Cannes Film Festival, this is a turbulent tale about family, success and the power of language. Ezekiel is a grizzled and unpopular professor whose life's dream to win the Israel Prize has seemingly been dashed from him. Uriel is his bright young son, whose work is consistently awarded and recognised around the country. One day Ezekiel receives a phone call saying he has won the Israel Prize and is ecstatic, but it is later revealed to Uriel that his father was mistaken called and he is the actual winner. Uriel must decide whether to dash his father's dreams once more, or let him live a lie. Original title: Hearat Shulayim. In Hebrew.
When a 21-year-old Menindee farmer came across thousands of dying fish in her beloved Darling River she was determined to tell the country what was happening. Four months on, what's happened to the people of Menindee?
Genetic testing, also known as DNA testing, allows the genetic diagnosis of vulnerabilities to inherited diseases, and it's spawned an entire industry around personalised fitness, assessing a child's athletic ability, and even for finding your perfect mate. Original title: A User's Guide to Cheating Death.
Youth may be wasted on the young, but luckily, you can buy it back. People are using everything from facelifts to second skin tech to keep their youthful advantage. However, with the many unproven therapies on the market, how many actually work? Original title: A User's Guide to Cheating Death.
How far would you push yourself for a cause you believe in? Mina Guli attempted 100 marathons in 100 days, showing the extent someone will push their body to raise awareness to the global water crisis and create change.
Liam Bartlett meets parents accused of bullying teachers, the principals managing their "extravagant expectations", and the teachers facing threats of violence in Australian schools.
Ryan looks for a tourism job with support from Krystyna who is also on the autism spectrum. Sinead, who has Down Syndrome, hopes to secure a job in aged-care. Short statured Tiana wants a job that capitalises on her smarts.
Movie directors Jocelyn Moorhouse and PJ Hogan talk candidly about the challenges, heartbreak and unexpected joys of living with two severely autistic children.
Kiah's Tourette's syndrome creates barriers due to his uncontrollable swearing. Jake, who has epilepsy, looks for a job utilising his mechanical skills. Short-statured Sarah takes her first steps into the world of employment.
Health law professor, writer and debunker-extraordinaire, Timothy Caulfield, dives deep into the science, and the social issues behind today's cutting-edge health trends in order to separate the truly good advice from the excess of high-priced placebos. What does it take to flush all the bad stuff from your body after a week-long bender? Or after several years of eating junk food? Detoxing isn't actually a thing, but it's a fixation of the Western world. Stemming from the guilty pleasures of overindulgence and under-exercising, a belief has emerged that we must regularly rid our bodies of toxins via detoxifying diets, fasts, technologies, and more. The evidence - or the lack thereof - behind this popular trend is uncovered. The science, the risks, and the underlying beliefs and fears are explored. Original title: A User's Guide to Cheating Death.
This documentary follows Brianna Lee, a 26-year-old school teacher and Calisthenics lover, and her lifelong dream to finally win Calisthenics' most prestigious title, the Most Graceful Girl competition. After placing second three years in a row, and being controversially stripped of the State Title, she knows this year is her last chance to win. With the help of uncompromising, legendary coach Diane Synnott, the grande Dame of the re-birthed Regent Calisthenics Club, she struggles to perfect her routine, lay all her ghosts to rest and produce the best performance of her life.
Jocelyn Moorhouse and PJ Hogan are two of this country’s most celebrated movie directors. The success of their debut films had Hollywood calling and they have since worked with some of the biggest names in film. They are also the parents of four children, two of whom have severe autism. And the experience of raising those children has shaped their personalities and careers. Jocelyn gave up her career to concentrate on her son and daughter’s therapy. She didn't expect to direct again. But in 2015, 18 years after making her last film, she made a triumphant return with The Dressmaker. In this intimate portrait, the family speaks candidly about the challenges, heartbreak and unexpected joys of living with two severely autistic children. Introduced by Cate Blanchett
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