Justin Langer took over as coach of the Australian cricket team after sandpapergate. The former player tells Barrie Cassidy about the steps they have taken to rebuild the trust, respect, and integrity of the team.
Gillian Triggs is an academic and international lawyer appointed in 2012 as president of the Australian Human Rights Commission. In the final month of her term, she reflects on a challenging career.
Jeff Duff is a flamboyant and controversial entertainer, whose career bloomed in London alongside some of rock music's greatest stars. Known for his successful David Bowie tribute act, Duff insists he's very much his own man.
Join Barrie Cassidy for a series discussing leadership. He meets captain of the Bawley Point Rural Fire Brigade, Charlie Magnuson, who steered his team through the recent fire season, going above and beyond.
Two elders from Cape York entrusted Victor Steffensen with the ancient knowledge of cultural burning. Could this method of fire management used by generations of Indigenous people be the answer to Australia's bushfire threat?
Sam Bloom became a paraplegic after falling from a rickety balcony while on holiday. Now the book Penguin Bloom - about a visiting magpie that helped Sam's family to recover - will be made into a film starring Naomi Watts.
Isaiah Firebrace is a 17-year-old Indigenous singer whose voice helped him overcome childhood hardship. He shot to stardom after winning X Factor in 2016 and represented Australia at the Eurovision Song Contest in Kiev.
When 16-year-old music student James Morrison met legendary jazz man Don Burrows in 1978, it was one of the biggest turning points in his life. After hearing James play, Don immediately took the young trumpeter under his wing, becoming his mentor and even inviting him to join the Burrows band. It was the beginning of a touching and enduring friendship, on stage and off. James Morrison went on to become Australia's most prominent jazz musician, and has never forgotten all that Don did for him. Now with Don Burrows about to turn 88 and in fading health, the tables have turned. It's time for James to look after Don.
Champion jockey Jim Cassidy is among the most colourful characters of Australian racing, with two Melbourne Cup victories - and more than a few controversies - to his name.
As Australia faces an unprecedented pandemic, we track the experience of five Australians on five different days: a choirmaster, an intensivist, a scientist, a psychiatrist, and a school principal - each has had a unique response to the crisis.
Felicity Ward is a stand-up comic whose personal experience of mental illness is at the core of her comedy work. Though passionate about her career, she says persistent anxiety has dampened the joy of making people laugh.
Patricia Dennis spent three years of her childhood in a Japanese-run internment camp in the Philippines during World War II. After escaping to Australia with her family, she became a successful model, actress and businesswoman.
Rory O'Neill is an entertainer and gay rights activist whose flamboyant alter-ego - a seven-foot drag queen called Panti Bliss - became the face of Ireland's successful marriage equality campaign.
Three sisters from Melbourne's insular Jewish Adass community return to Israel to investigate why it's taking so long to extradite their former headmistress Malka Leifer back to Australia to face sex abuse charges.
Lydia Williams grew up straddling two worlds. The goalkeeper for the Matildas speaks with Tracey Holmes about securing equal pay for the team and finding herself through sport.
This groundbreaking special combines new DNA technology with painstaking detective work, to finally help solve the mysteries of people with unknown beginnings who are desperate for answers.
Shane Jenek is the man behind drag queen superstar Courtney Act. It hasn't always been easy for Shane reconciling himself with Courtney's popularity but together they're conquering the world via reality television.
The daughter of a musician, author Mandy Sayer spent her early 20s tap dancing on the streets of America. She speaks with Melanie Tait about her childhood, her family, and her beloved Kings Cross.
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