Six years after the fall of the Taliban, how has life changed for the women of Afghanistan? The night before Al Qaeda attacked the United States, Channel 4 broadcast the program Beneath the Veil graphically illustrating the brutality of the Taliban regime. Six years on, Channel 4 has returned to Afghanistan to see what has changed since the fundamentalist regime was toppled.
We now have a test for what it means to be truly Australian. The citizenship test was passed in the Senate last week. The Federal Government is biting the bullet by insisting that incoming migrants will have to abandon those values that don't fit with mainstream Australia. Hence, the need to pass the citizenship test before being granted entry. Insight brings together different generations of migrant families, husbands and wives, parents and children who talk very frankly about what it means when cultures collide within families and within the broader Australian community.
This clip is about the struggle of migrant families have struggled with what it means to be Australian and balancing this with n
In this documentary from Canadian broadcaster CBC, Terence McKenna investigates the United Nations Oil for Food scandal, now widely referred to as the largest bribery and corruption scandal in history.
Stories include, 'The Survivors', 'Forgotten Heroes', and 'Lost the Plot'.
A celebrated cartoonist, a businessman, a young artist, a cleaner - each tells their story of beating depression, the "black dog" affecting one in five Australians.
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