The #MeToo campaign, sparked by the Harvey Weinstein sexual abuse scandal, has made its way to Australia. Women around the world are calling "Times Up!" on sexual harassment. Join us as we discuss: Where to for #MeToo in 2018? Panellists: Isabella Manfredi, lead singer of the Preatures; Josh Bornstein, employment lawyer; Janet Albrechtsen, opinion columnist for The Australian; and Catharine Lumby, professor of media at Macquarie University.
This film recreates the final hours of Myuran Sukumaran, before his execution. This deeply moving film raises questions about rehabilitation and the death penalty, and whether we have the right to take a life in this way.
A racially charged criminal trial and a heart-rending love story converge in this definitive documentary about Mildred and Richard Loving. The marriage of Mildred (who was part-black and part-Native American) and Richard (who was white) was declared illegal in 1958 by their home state of Virginia. They refused to leave one another and, with the help of the ACLU, relentlessly pursued their right to happiness. Their case made it all the way to the US Supreme Court where, in 1967, it struck down laws against interracial marriage in the US once and for all.
Ever get the impression that a---holes are taking over? This timely documentary from John Walker investigates the breeding grounds of contemporary a---holes culture and searches for signs of civility in a rude and nasty universe.
The unmissable final chapter a cinematic, feature-length event, transporting you to the heart of power in the global Catholic church. This is the story of a man who has kept a shocking secret for decades. Until now.
Sarah goes to the maximum security prison where Bernard McGrath, a prolific paedophile, is incarcerated. In a tense exchange, McGrath moves between denial and revelation about his crimes.
Award-winning reporter Sarah Ferguson presents a groundbreaking documentary series on the criminal priests and brothers of the Catholic Church; their crimes, for the first time, in their own words.
After an oil boom in North Dakota, the state's crime rates have surged. On the Fort Berthold Indian reservation, rates of sexual violence have increased 168 percent, with Indigenous women most affected.
In July 2014, Glen Turner, a compliance officer with the Office of Environment and Heritage, was shot four times by a farmer and died on the side of an isolated public road in NSW, 40 kms from Moree. Cultivating Murder tells the story of what happened and follows the murder trial to discover why it happened. It is an unusual murder case. The mystery is not 'who did it?' but 'why did he do it?' The accused is a wealthy New South Wales farmer. The circumstances of the shooting are shocking and perplexing. Glen Turner's family, friends, and colleagues want to see the full weight of the law applied. The documentary tells the story of Glen Turner's family, government employees, whistle-blowers, and rural producers in the region where the murder took place.
A military lawyer defends two soldiers accused of murdering a comrade. They say they were operating under the orders of their commanding officer and that the death was accidental.
A high school teacher's unusual experiment, to demonstrate to his students what life is like under a dictatorship, spins horribly out of control when he forms a social unit with a life of its own. In German.
More than 18 months after her journey began, Tracey uncovers how MeToo is transforming Australia.
Tracey Spicer follows the Australian government's response to MeToo in a world-first National Inquiry, and supports those tackling the system. As momentum for change grows, so does the backlash.
Tracey Spicer presents a revelatory series, shining a light on sexual harassment within vast corporations and small businesses, its impact and tackles the confusion about what is and isn't sexual harassment.
Journalist and author Jelani Cobb investigates how 'hate tools' like propaganda, dehumanisation, the internet, symbols, and more can incite, amplify and spread hatred.
Cognitive scientist Laurie Santos examines tribalism, asking why love for one group can make people hate other groups, and how tribal thinking shapes perceptions.
Examine Australia's answer to Judge Judy and the reality court show genre, when shock jock Kyle Sandilands steps in to mediate the disputes and injustices the court system couldn't (or wouldn't) handle. Criminal lawyer and former Bachelor contender Anna Heinrich is on hand to assist, and both plaintiffs and defendants have agreed to adhere to Sandilands' judgments. (Coarse language.)
Tech entrepreneur and owner of the popular file-sharing site MegaUpload, Kim Dotcom arrived in New Zealand with his family in late 2010. Seeking peace and quiet, Dotcom rented the largest mansion in the land and settled down into an extravagant, luxurious life with his family. In January 2012, it all came crashing down. At the FBI's behest, 70 heavily armed officers stormed the mansion, arresting Dotcom and his coders on a range of charges relating to alleged copyright infringement by MegaUpload. Dotcom refused to be quieted.
Sam Newman and the St Kilda coach's rant
The year 2018 saw the downfall of a series of famous men in the face of allegations of sexual harassment. The issue has never received so much media attention, but the debate about what is and isn't appropriate in the workplace continues. A hand on someone's back, complimenting their fragrance - is this a colleague being friendly, or are they crossing a line? What constitutes sexual harassment?
An examination of the genocide in Sudan's western region of Darfur. Features interviews with Don Cheadle, George Clooney and Hilary Clinton.
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