Alex Gibney turns his gaze to Scientology in this provocative documentary based on the book by Pulitzer Prize winner Lawrence Wright - a tale of ego, exploitation and lust for power. Gibney profiles eight former members of the Church of Scientology, whose most prominent adherents include A-list Hollywood celebrities, shining a light on how the church cultivates true believers, including their experiences and what they are willing to do in the name of religion. Fearless and fascinating, this latest cinematic opus is a powerful exploration of the psychological impact of blind faith: what Lawrence Wright calls the prison of belief.
The 9/11 attacks were one of the biggest terrorist atrocities of the 21st century. This horrific event has generated a multitude of outlandish conspiracy theories. Comedian Andrew Maxwell believes the findings of the official US Government investigation that laid responsibility for the attacks on Osama bin Laden and Al Qaeda. In order to change their minds by confronting them with the facts, he takes five young Brits who believe in different elements of these conspiracy theories on a road trip from New York to Washington.
With help from Rebecca Gibney and eating disorder experts around the world, Kylie starts to find some answers as she provides an intimate insight into one of the world's deadliest mental illnesses.
Rebecca Gibney presents the raw and revealing story of Kylie, who has suffered with anorexia and a binge eating disorder since age 15. This is an insight into one of the world's deadliest mental illnesses.
A heart-warming, inspirational story about a bunch of young blokes who live for the game but have never been allowed to play, who start a physical disability rugby league competition in regional Australia.
At Christian Brothers College in WA, boys are guided by mentors and teachers through a year-long program of ritual, self-reflection and challenge to shape and define the type of man they want to be.
Having left politics behind them, ex-politicians reflect on what life was like in the Canberra bubble and what they learned from it.
Has the time come to reform capitalism? The Brexit vote, the Donald Trump phenomenon, the resurgence of One Nation, distress signs that democracy and capitalism as we know them are under pressure and failing to deliver for all.
Yahweh Ben Yahweh is a respected religious leader in the 1980s, but behind the facade, he rules his followers with terror and violence.
The Word of Life Church starts as a small bible study group led by Pastor Jerry Irwin. After his death, his daughter Tiffanie gains control and makes life hell for the church followers.
In the late '50s, Jim Jones founded the People's Temple. By 1975, he was setting up what was supposed to be a utopia known as Jonestown. But utopia quickly turned into hell.
Tourists flock to the small South Australian town of Lobethal which goes all out each year to prepare and perform its live Christmas nativity and light show.
Kumi Taguchi meets much loved singer Aled Jones and talks to him about his career as a singer and broadcaster, his faith and his origins as a boy soprano.
Three artists share their passion as they write and rehearse original material for The Sacred Music Festival that celebrates the religious and cultural diversity of Greater Western Sydney.
Geraldine Doogue seeks powerful connection with prominent Australians through an investigation of their sacred space. Li Cunxin, dancer and artistic director of the Qld Ballet, invites the audience to share his inner world.
Social commentator Jane Caro finds out how people who've been shamed come to terms or overcome it. Jane talks to psychologist Zac Seidler, lawyer John Ellis and James Harding about shame.
In this two-part special, social commentator Jane Caro finds out how people who've been shamed come to terms with or overcome it. Jane talks to singer Billie McCathy, academic Kerry Tucker and Jacqui Lambie.
How have survivors of institutional childhood abuse been able to pick up their lives and look to the future? Three inspirational people share their stories.
With exclusive access to the collection at the Sydney Jewish Museum, this episode spends time with Holocaust survivors who are passionate about sharing the stories behind their precious belongings.
Kumi meets Zoe, who uses animals to help people experiencing social isolation, Melissa who was pregnant at 16 and now mentors teen mums, and Debbie who trains teachers how to connect with traumatised children.
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