This week Insight hears from students who have been bullied and the bullies themselves about how their school is stopping it.
Disabled jobseekers are forced to overcome the obstacle of first impressions in their search for meaningful employment.
February 2020. The treatment program has nine weeks to go. Melbourne faces a coronavirus COVID-19 lockdown as the global pandemic accelerates, and the Turning Point team call a crisis meeting to keep the treatment program on track.
The next three candidates must identify the correct three nuts to make an authentic korma. Will Kuldeep's celebrity chef training be enough to demonstrate now is his time to shine?
A Brooklyn teenager juggles conflicting identities and risks friendship, heartbreak, and family in a desperate search for sexual expression.
Wayne tells the exhilarating story of 1987 World Motorcycle Grand Prix Champion Wayne Gardner's triumphant, improbable journey from a $5 dirt bike to the international summit of his sport.
January 2020. The treatment program has reached its halfway point and the participants continue to grapple with their addictions and underlying trauma. Heidi is still in the grip of alcoholism and is booked into a five-day detox and a week in short-stay rehab. Keegan's not engaging fully with the treatment program. As the Turning Point team assess how to move forward, he reveals a life of trauma and history of substance abuse.
On Christmas Day two years ago Mick O'Dowd was feeling unwell. 24 hours later he was battling for his life. The life-affirming story of Mick and Katharine O'Dowd and the silent killer most people have never heard of: sepsis.
Alex continues on her mission to help restaurants hire desperately needed head chefs. The first three candidates are put through a skill test; Who can identify the fish and then make the right choice for starters?
Take a sweeping look at her majesty the Queen's near 70-year reign, through unreleased interviews, never-before-seen footage and rare photographs.
As Christmas approaches, the treatment program steps up and the participants attempt to deal with their issues. Retired executive assistant Dawn is booked into detox in a few weeks' time. The 62-year-old is hoping to break the habit of almost half a century of drinking.
Serial killer Bradley Edwards hid in plain sight for nearly 25 years before WA detectives finally tracked him down. Australian Story reveals the extraordinary twists and turns that led to police cracking the case and revisits the families of two of his victims, Jane Rimmer and Sarah Spiers, who first spoke to the program 16 years ago.
The final challenge is a tough one - to produce a three-course wedding menu to be tested by a restaurant full of Sam's family and friends. It's all hands on deck if the hungry diners are going to be fed.
The treatment program begins. The 10 participants must be physically and psychologically examined by the Turning Point team to determine the bespoke care they need. At the first peer support group, the group meets for the first time. Tensions soon run high between an intoxicated Matthew and a sober Jess, before an emotional Heidi tells the group her secret.
An outback town, a newspaper in trouble and an unlikely champion. Broken Hill is fighting to keep its century-old newspaper alive but can the Barrier Truth's owners and loyal community of readers steer it through its toughest time yet?
Megan Washington has a stutter but when she sings it's something very special. The singer-songwriter reveals how after she went public with a 'shameful' secret she quit music altogether and why the best art happens out of your comfort zone.
The candidates are faced with cooking fish in a wood-fired oven and all three chefs struggle with the heat. Portuguese fisherwoman Celia impresses with her cuttlefish stew but is her roasted octopus a step too far?
An exploration of US Senator John McCain's complicated relationship with US President President Trump and the Republican Party, as well as his life and politics. Drawing on both a collection of new interviews and a deep archive of reporting, the film traces the conservative standard-bearer's motivations and his political history - from his experience as a prisoner of war in Vietnam, to speaking out against torture during the Bush administration, to his dramatic vote against the GOP's health care bill last year. The film also examines how, with his 2008 nomination of Sarah Palin as running mate, McCain himself contributed to a growing challenge to the party's establishment. In the news recently over his staunch refusal to allow Trump to attend his funeral, this is a timely portrait of a divisive figure of modern American politics. Original title: Frontline: McCain.
Quaden Bayles is a nine-year-old with dwarfism who just wants to fit in. When his Mum posted a video to social media of Quaden distraught after a tough day at school they could not have predicted what would unfold. They reveal how they triumphed over the trolls.
The next three candidates are put through the gruelling hands-on interview process. After failing to impress with a soggy starter, Barry hopes to impress with a daring main course of hare and rainbow pasta.
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