An exploration of US Senator John McCain's complicated relationship with US President President Trump and the Republican Party, as well as his life and politics. Drawing on both a collection of new interviews and a deep archive of reporting, the film traces the conservative standard-bearer's motivations and his political history - from his experience as a prisoner of war in Vietnam, to speaking out against torture during the Bush administration, to his dramatic vote against the GOP's health care bill last year. The film also examines how, with his 2008 nomination of Sarah Palin as running mate, McCain himself contributed to a growing challenge to the party's establishment. In the news recently over his staunch refusal to allow Trump to attend his funeral, this is a timely portrait of a divisive figure of modern American politics. Original title: Frontline: McCain.
Quaden Bayles is a nine-year-old with dwarfism who just wants to fit in. When his Mum posted a video to social media of Quaden distraught after a tough day at school they could not have predicted what would unfold. They reveal how they triumphed over the trolls.
The next three candidates are put through the gruelling hands-on interview process. After failing to impress with a soggy starter, Barry hopes to impress with a daring main course of hare and rainbow pasta.
Inspired by Georgia, Audrey decides to go back to university and finish her masters. Audrey makes a big confession to the parents' group. They all finally get together for a night of dancing they'll never forget.
Desperate and alone in a three-year battle against an obsessive stalker, Di McDonald meets policewoman Beck Norris who takes on the case. Norris enlists the FBI profiler who caught the Unabomber, to bring Di's stalker to justice.
Alex continues her mission to help restaurants hire desperately needed head chefs. First off, the candidates are given the local but little-used ingredient of spider crab to test their ability with tricky seafood.
When Barbara's drinking gets out of control, Audrey enlists the help of her back lane friend, Scott. Ester's despair about getting old is put into perspective when an intern starts at the office.
During a long hot summer, 40 girls and gender diverse teens gather for the first Girls Rock! Melbourne Camp. Through the camp, and months after, five participants find their sense of belonging and identity through rock'n'roll.
Paul meets the remarkable 11-year old 'butterfly skin boy' Fazeel. He was born with epidermolysis bullosa, a genetic condition that causes his skin to blister at the slightest touch.
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.
The finalists' challenge is to produce a three-course menu embracing local ingredients for a restaurant full of regular diners. With the promise of a head chef position on offer, the tension in the kitchen is high.
Rory O'Donoghue starred in The Aunty Jack Show as the hugely popular tights-wearing, cane-twirling Thin Arthur. Off-stage Rory lived with a crippling secret that family and friends are now ready to share: O'Donoghue lived with schizoaffective disorder.
The final three candidates are faced with wild boar for their skills test. Matt proves to be prepared, but is his food too fancy for a gastropub? There's only one place left in the final, and the pressure is on.
Audrey goes back to work and puts Stevie in family day care. Martha hits the dating scene, but struggles to find a lesbian who likes babies.
Hugh and Steph help the Humberside Police to combat their sedentary behaviour. They also meet one family struggling with body confidence, and test the power of CBD.
When drought almost sent him broke, fifth generation Cooma sheep farmer Charles Massy converted to regenerative agriculture to heal his land. A PhD led to a book and now he's the 'philosopher king' of a growing movement.
The first test is about local ingredients, and the chefs are presented with the little-used ingredient of kid meat. Competition is intense, as only one chef will be selected to go through to the final interview.
Sophie needs to make a big decision, Audrey second-guesses hers, while Ester's choices are taken out of her hands. Verity turns Audrey's living room into her office, and finds an unlikely tea lady.
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