This filmmaker and playwright also studied electrical engineering. His great passion is bringing people to Christ. As a child, he fled the Congo, then had eight years in a camp before being accepted as a refugee to Australia.
The 2019 instalment of the groundbreaking, award-winning documentary series from director Michael Apted, who returns to visit the people whose lives have been followed since they were seven.
When Malaysian airlines flight MH17 was shot down over Ukraine, the loss of Perth children Mo, Evie, Otis and their granddad Nick touched the nation. Their parents reveal how they rebuilt their world.
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.
Six years after he was convicted for killing Trife, Sam Peel is released from jail. After returning home and finding no one in...
From high-security women’s prisoner to high-profile crusading lawyer, Debbie Kilroy has made a career of helping the country's most disadvantaged women and stopping the cycle of imprisonment.
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.
The victim of a miscarriage of justice, Andrew Mallard spent 12 years in jail for murder. His conviction was quashed after uncovering a trail of deception and police misconduct, but his life ended in a cruel twist of fate.
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.
Eight survivors from eight different disasters go back to the moment of impact, recalling exactly what happened, how they survived, and ultimately where their lives are now.
In Bob Hawke — 23rd prime minister, fearless reformer and Labor giant — Australia found a political leader, the likes of which we’d never seen before. Australian Story remembers the late Bob Hawke.
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.
Leigh Sales presents an engaging and enlightening look at the day's events, from exclusive investigations, probing interviews and revealing feature stories on the issues that matter. Plus, political analysis from Laura Tingle.
What does being deaf feel like? What do deaf people wish they could hear? Through sign and speech, eight profoundly deaf Australians give a unique insight into their lives.
A light-hearted, funny documentary following a fast food junkie on a culinary voyage of discovery to Japan. Award-winning comedian and fast food junkie Craig Anderson doesn't have much time for healthy living. But at double his recommended weight and with a biological age of 64 at the age of 38, he may just not have much time full stop. Can a nation known for its longevity save Craig from death by pizza? This fresh and funny doc follows Craig on an action-packed culinary voyage of discovery to Japan, as he learns a whole new approach to food and fulfilment.
An exhilarating backstage pass as Australia's Kate Miller-Heidke prepares for Eurovision and looks back on an extraordinary career.
As a society, we've become obsessed with the concept of organic food and products, chemical-free farming, healing foods, and natural remedies. People are distrusting GMOs, pharmaceuticals, and other 'non-natural' solutions. Organic products fetch a premium price. Families are turning to holistic approaches to medical issues, sometimes with fatal consequences. But what is causing people to distrust modern medicine and approaches to farming? Where does this romantic notion of 'natural is better' come from? And most importantly, are these stances scientifically supportable? Original title: A User's Guide to Cheating Death.
Having left politics behind them, ex-politicians reflect on what life was like in the Canberra bubble and what they learned from it.
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