Man Booker Prize-winning author Thomas Keneally puts the year 12 exam experience into perspective, as he speaks about his schooling and how he became a writer.
Concerned that he has been away from his home country of Taree for over 20 years, a son decides to quit everything to go fishing with his father and salvage a relationship spoiled some time ago.
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.
With the abortion debate reignited, Jamali spends time with two passionate but very different pro-life preachers.
We drift cars, write smut, chase Instagram fame with dogs, party-proof our homes, and dedicate our lives to the sitcom Friends.
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.
The ABC's award-winning You Can't Ask That asks the tough questions to former and current members of the Australian Invictus Games team.
Louis Theroux arrives in Harlem, New York, in the aftermath of the shooting of Armadou Diallo, an unarmed black man, by four white police officers. He was shot at 41 times, hit 19 times. The question was why and Louis sets out to find out more.
We buy boyfriends in Japan, go over the top with arm wrestlers, make weed-infused trail mix, and possibly get hypnotised.
Introduced by His Royal Highness, The Duke of Sussex Prince Harry has spoken exclusively to Australian Story ahead of the Invictus Games which will open in Sydney next week. Founded by His Royal Highness, The Duke of Sussex in 2014, the Invictus Games is an international sporting event for wounded, injured and sick servicemen and women, both serving and veteran. One of those competitors will be Garry Robinson who credits His Royal Highness and the Invictus Games with saving his life. In 2010, the former commando narrowly survived a Black Hawk helicopter crash in Afghanistan. After two years in rehab, he returned home to the challenges of learning to live with a traumatic brain injury and significant physical disabilities. Garry struggled to cope and it wasn’t until his rehab team at Holsworthy Army base encouraged him to enter the inaugural London Invictus Games four years ago that he found a new lease of life.
We go bargain hunting with rapper Jay Worthy, give all our money to a dominatrix, try to replace a cat with a horse, and hit the woods and never look back.
Samuel Symons led a quietly inspirational life. Diagnosed with an aggressive brain tumour at age four, he spent most of his life in and out of hospitals. But Samuel's witty personality always shone through, despite the seemingly endless and gruelling treatments. Samuel grew up with his two brothers, Raphael and Joel, mother Elly and his television and radio personality father, Red Symons. But his parents never spoke publicly about Samuel’s illness. That was until Australian Story started filming with them in 2006 and continued tracking Samuel's progress for three years for an intimate and raw look into the journey of childhood cancer. Samuel passed away on October 3, 2018, age 27. His mother Elly introduces this story which looks back on Samuel's remarkable life.
Marina Brizar and Jacqui Lambie meet a Raqqa resident, who describes how ISIS evicted him from his home and later coalition forces destroyed it.
Michelle Laurie and Peter Spida Everitt visit a maternity ward of a hospital in Bentiu refugee camp and learn how the mothers cope.
Watch a short history of Australia's refugee policies since 2001 and Operation Sovereign Borders' attempts to stop asylum seekers who arrive by boat.
Dannii and Gareth meet Amir Taghinia, an Iranian refugee who was resettled in Canada after five years on Manus Island, who shares footage of the conditions in the processing centre.
A family of Burundian and Congolese asylum seekers, who met in a Kenyan refugee camp escaping war in their home countries, are reunited in Wodonga.
Marina Brizar and Jacqui Lambie meet a boy who lost his legs to an ISIS landmine in Raqqa, Syria, and see him walk on prosthetic legs.
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