A generation of children given away under the one-child policy, the world's largest population control programme, search for their birth parents.
One year out from the US Presidential Election, hosts John Barron and Chas Licciardello will bring you an intelligent, pointed and often irreverent examination of American politics and the race to the White House in 2016.
Date My Race explores the role race plays in finding love, and reveals Australia's surprising patterns when it comes to online dating and racial preferences. It's a personal theme for 30-year-old African-Australian journalist and host Santilla Chingaipe, who is on the hunt for love. With a smorgasboard of potential mates a swipe away, she is having little luck with online dating, and wonders if it is the colour of her skin that is sabotaging her chances. This playful and surprising look at modern dating will challenge Australians to think about what drives their own romantic attraction and connection, asking the question: when looking for love, does having racial preferences amount to racism?
Comparison of French school lunches to America.
How the media manipulates our interpretation of news events
Academy Award-winning director Michael Moore returns with what may be his most provocative, subversive and hilarious documentary yet. In this riveting documentary, Moore plays the role of the 'invader', visiting a host of nations including Italy, France, Germany and Tunisia to commandeer policies and ideas that will improve prospects in America. What he finds is that the solutions to America's most entrenched problems already exist in the world - they're just waiting to be captured.
One in five Australians has experienced racism in the last 12 months according to one of the biggest ever surveys conducted on racism and prejudice in Australia, commissioned by SBS with the Western Sydney University. Ray Martin investigates the question: Is Australia Racist? This one hour documentary puts survey findings into action through a series of hidden camera social experiments, capturing the experience of racism through the eyes of those who have suffered it. The results are at times confronting, but 'Is Australia Racist?' also reveals inspiring Australians facing up to racism and standing up when witnessing discrimination.
Thailand was once a safe haven for Chinese dissidents, but they're finding themselves in peril as the two countries forge closer ties.
A very close and intimate look at the boy who lit the spark engulfing Syria into a devastating war and the impact on the conflict on his city of Daraa.
Chew, an avid collector of the world's most expensive ornamental fish, takes us into the heart of Malaysia's multi-million dollar fish farm industry.
Few things unsettle the male mind like a lady in arms. The Kurds of northern Iraq have long recognised this principle and incorporated it into their quest to build a Kurdish homeland in the overlap between Iraq, Iran, Turkey and Syria. Fighting alongside their male comrades in a region not exactly known for its progressive stance on women's rights, the female Peshmerga guerrillas of the Kurdish Liberation movement built a reputation for themselves in the '70s and '80s. This documentary shines a light on the youngest of these new Kurdish guerrilla groups, PJAK, the Free Life for Kurdistan Party, to see how their female fighters are helping their people draft a definitive answer to the Kurdish Question that's vexed Middle Eastern politics for the last century.
How does a local militia run by a former criminal become the world's most feared terrorist organisation - a self-proclaimed state able to co-ordinate and inspire deadly attacks in cities and towns around the world? This program reveals the origins of the Islamic State, what they want to achieve, and how their shocking and violent tactics have redefined warfare in the 21st century. Focusing on fateful turning points in history, the documentary looks at America's eight year war in Iraq through the lens of the US policy makers, generals and intelligence officials who were there. They detail the missed opportunities that may have forestalled the rise of ISIS and track its evolving reign of terror through to the currently unfolding operations to roll back ISIS territory. Hear from attack survivors, and in an extraordinary interview, get a rare and unflinching first-hand look at life inside the Caliphate from an unrepentant ISIS fighter who justifies beheadings.
The 41st President of the United States, George H. W. Bush reflects on the highs and lows of his life, sharing personal anecdotes from his childhood, his family, serving in WWII, his political career, and more.
101 East enters the inner circle of China's new generation of elites to find out what goes on in a world where money is no object.
From communism to a thriving hub for tech start-ups, Vietnam's young entrepreneurs are transforming the country into Southeast Asia's Silicon Valley.
With international protests against whale hunting and the introduction of new regulations, Faroe Islanders question the future of their traditions.
This undercover investigation looks at how pro-Israeli activists and movements are trying to take down British politicians who don't tow a pro-Israeli line.
Who is Donald Trump? From his early childhood in Queens, where his father taught him to be 'a killer', to his triumphs and failures as a flamboyant real estate baron, casino owner and reality television star, Trump developed the character and personality that he would put before voters as an unorthodox presidential candidate. With new reporting and interviews combined with sections of the acclaimed film, The Choice 2016, this film reveals the man who will now bring those qualities to the White House.
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