Four, a magical age where futures are forged, friendships are made, and emotions run high. We eavesdrop on the ups and downs, tantrums, triumphs, friendships and fall-outs through the eyes of a child.
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.
Investigates Maori worldviews and methodologies within the scientific community and looks at their practical applications finding solutions by combining Maori knowledge and western science.
Award-winning mathematics teacher Eddie Woo explains why "follow your passion" can be bad advice, and that it took him time to find his purpose in life.
Children are the future, so should we use gene-editing to give them a head start? Charlie and Annabel join comedian Nazeem Hussain, athlete Meredith Young and ethicist Julian Savulescu to discuss The Perfect Baby.
With Native Americans in Oklahoma split on the benefits and destruction of oil and gas production in their sacred land, Jamali tries to understand both sides of the fight.
We drag race in LA, dress like real New Yorkers, customise grillz, tea party with Lolitas, and learn the greenest way to dispose of a human body.
When Australian Story first filmed with Dr Justin Yerbury, the world-renowned scientist’s research into motor neurone disease had taken on a terrible urgency. Diagnosed with the disease in 2016, his condition had begun to deteriorate dramatically. By last Christmas he was unable to breathe unassisted and without major surgery to provide permanent mechanical ventilation he wouldn’t survive. Determined to continue his search for a cure and spend more time with his family, he had the operation and when the episode aired early in the year he was in ICU, struggling with post-operative complications. He would remain there for six months. But the past couple of months have seen some remarkable developments. Not only has he finally returned home, he is now going into the office two days a week to continue his vital research into the disease. Australian Story caught up with Justin and his family to record his astonishing progress.
Incarcerated for murder and armed robbery, hardened New York criminals learn to love again by raising puppies behind bars. In this inspirational tale, three selected prisoners battle self-doubt, anger and regret in their attempt to transform dependent pups into service dogs for injured US veterans. Bound together by fate, this uniquely vulnerable trio of puppy, prisoner and veteran come to discover the redemptive power of second chances.
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.
Known as The Crocodile Hunter, Steve Irwin's impact far exceeded his hit TV series. From his childhood to life as a global icon, those who knew him reflect on his remarkable life.
A hacker threatens to expose every text you've ever sent. Charlie Pickering and Annabel Crabb join Julie Bishop, cybersecurity expert Richard Buckland and comedian Luke McGregor on the brand-new Tomorrow Tonight.
Jamali travels to South Carolina to spend the weekend with a group of kids enrolled in a 'correctional weekend' that promises to deter kids from a life of crime.
Former High Court judge Michael Kirby reflects on his schooling, how his sexuality shaped his childhood, and the importance of trying to have fun in life.
Former Westpac CEO Gail Kelly speaks about the risks of overpreparing for exams, her career in teaching and business, and the importance of backing yourself.
We survive for 30 days without solid food, taste life as a living goddess, hack the Vancouver real estate market, and escape reality with some very nice zombies.
Over many years, Australian Story has followed the efforts of farmer Peter Andrews to drought-proof the land. His unorthodox approach, which involves planting weeds and installing 'leaky weirs', was once considered heretical but a growing band of supporters has taken up his cause At Mulloon, outside Canberra, Tony Coote and a group of like-minded landholders set out to prove that the Andrews method works. Now, during one of the worst droughts in living memory their results are cause for hope and have attracted the eye of Prime Minister Scott Morrison.
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