This week Insight hears from students who have been bullied and the bullies themselves about how their school is stopping it.
Disabled jobseekers are forced to overcome the obstacle of first impressions in their search for meaningful employment.
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. For 25 years we have been telling the stories of extraordinary Australians.
Grace Tame is many things: an artist, a marathon runner, and a survivor. The 2021 Australian of the Year speaks to Kurt Fearnley about trauma, resilience, and raising awareness.
Jennifer Robinson reveals the story behind her meteoric rise from public schoolgirl in small town NSW to the pinnacle of legal life in London, where she represents clients such as Julian Assange and actor Amber Heard.
Robert 'The Reaper' Whittaker is Australia's first UFC world champion. The MMA superstar speaks to Kurt Fearnley about growing up poor, becoming a warrior, and getting through tough times.
Drawing on her own experience of trauma, comedian Magda Szubanski forms an unlikely alliance with teenager Will Connelly, aka Eggboy, to help combat mental health issues in bushfire-ravaged communities.
Maggie Beer is known for her love of food, infectious laugh, and bubbly personality. She speaks to Kurt Fearnley about her life, career, and appetite for taking risks.
Promising young swimmer Shayna Jack was destined for the Olympics until she failed a routine drug test. But is the evidence against her justified or has she been caught up in an overzealous anti-doping dragnet?
In 2012 Curtis McGrath was a young soldier in Afghanistan when he stepped on an IED, changing the course of his life forever. He speaks to Kurt Fearnley about recovery, and winning gold at the Rio Paralympics.
Unique and outrageous, Jeanne Little was the comedy dah-ling of daytime television in the 1970s and 1980s. Four months after her death from Alzheimer's disease, daughter Katie reveals some intimate family secrets.
A lonely and friendless boy finds and untangles a hurt dolphin that loses it's tail in a crab trap. The boy believes the dolphin would be able to swim normally if it was given a prosthetic tail.
A decade ago Turia Pitt was running an ultramarathon when a grassfire caused burns to 65 percent of her body. Doctors weren't sure she'd survive, but she encapsulates what it means to have 'grit'. She joins Kurt Fearnley for a run, and a conversation about determination. Contains coarse language.
Scientist Veena Sahajwalla is a recycling revolutionary whose bold new ideas are helping reduce landfill. Now she's unveiling her latest brainchild, an invention which turns the discarded into the designer.
Button batteries are a hidden danger lurking in every home and mothers Andrea Shoesmith and Allison Rees have changed the world to protect our children.
Two wealthy sisters, both heiresses to their family's cosmetics fortune, are given a wake-up call when a scandal and ensuing investigation strip them of their wealth.
On February 28, 1997, LAPD officers spot a robbery in progress while on routine patrol. But the situation that follows turns Hollywood movie-nasty with one of the most violent shootouts in US history.
Sixteen-year-old teen Bob Bramley takes to the skies to break a solo flying record and shine a light on youth mental health, galvanised by the desperate struggles of his two friends.
A personal examination of one of the most infamous athletes of all time, Lance Armstrong. From young Texas superstar, to global inspiration, to fallen icon.
Vet Ameliah Scott criss crosses remote NSW to treat animals on farms and stations. Her job is unusual because she travels to see her patients by flying in her own plane. In addition to being a vet, Ameliah also runs a station with her husband.
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