Alastair Campbell candidly talks about his experience living with depression, and explores if radical new treatments can make a difference. Alastair is best known for his role as Tony Blair's formidable and often contentious spin doctor but, away from the public eye, he has been dogged by crippling bouts of depression for most of his life.
A celebration of modern Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander family life from the heart of the Hartas home, a busy and loving family of 13 living in the town of Goodna, Queensland.
This is the untold story of Britain's worst foetal poisoning scandal since Thalidomide, when a group of ordinary mothers took on the establishment and won. Set in a post-industrial Northamptonshire town, the Corby Litigation Case was a landmark case with worldwide legal and medical ramifications - the first time ever that a court has recognised a link between airborne toxins and foetal development damage. At the heart of the story is a group of young mothers with children with hand and feet deformities fighting hard for answers, a ruthless local council, and tenacious human rights lawyer who took on a near-impossible 10-year battle. It is an astonishing fight for justice story often referred to as the 'British Erin Brockovich' case.
Starting with the Yukon Gold Rush of 1880, three generations of the Trump family confront new frontiers and build the foundation for Donald Trump's fame and fortune.
Death comes inevitably to us all. How societies celebrate their loved ones' passing varies dramatically from place to place. In Gurgaon, India, an 82-year-old nun voluntarily fasts to the death in a religious ritual, attended by her children. A Taiwanese man honours his dead father with exotic dancers gyrating at the graveside. An octogenarian in San Francisco lives with death every day among his vast collections of skeletal remains. In Stockton, Alabama, a widow remembers her husband with a patriotic gun salute using bullets loaded with his ashes.
Five expert engineers abandoned in freezing conditions face a race against time trying to turn airplane wreckage into an escape vehicle as the ice closes in.
The women of Doomadgee find a purpose: helping others worse off than them. Veronica leads a team of young women on a menstruation pad-making mission to support young girls in Papua New Guinea.
This episode follows the campaign to save a Bhutanese family from deportation and a couple's Sophie's Choice about who gets the children if the mother is deported; a refugee suddenly finds out his identity is in question; an American businessman is frustrated by the system.
Filmmaker Jeremy Thomson goes on a journey to discover more about his fascinating grandfather, Ernie Bridge, who went on to become Western Australia's first Indigenous parliamentarian.
A small group of women prisoners have just eight weeks to transform retired racing greyhounds into obedient, house-friendly pets. Can the dogs help the women get their lives back on track?
Dujuan's new school encourages the learning and speaking of local Aboriginal language. How can this help connections between children and their culture? What other benefits can arise from taking this approach to teaching?
The teacher is a little flustered and lacks confidence reading the dreaming story to Dujuan and his classmates. How could she improve in her delivery of this story? How could the students be more engaged during this story telling?
Why is it important for Dujuan to visit Sandy Bore? What kind of education does he receive when he is at his Grandma's homeland? How could Dujuan's school support the education he receives from his Grandma and show recognition of the importance of this place for him? Why is it so important to Dujuan's Grandma that her language of Arrente is passed down to future generations?
Dujuan's teacher reads to the class about the arrival of Captain Cook from the 'Australia Book' (printed in 1952). Later, Dujuan notes that the history he learns from his culture is told in Aboriginal language, not English. Why is it important to look at history from multiple perspectives? What kind of message is sent to young Aboriginal people when they are only exposed to history at school written by English speaking, non Aboriginal Australians? Discuss the footage from the old newsreel, how d
Told through the eyes of charismatic 10-year-old Arrernte/Garrwa boy Dujuan and his family, the film charts the challenges Dujuan faces both in his school and on the streets of Alice Springs.
Surfing legend Robbie Page introduces saltwater novice Steve 'Mungindi' Ellis into a community of Indigenous surfers who live and breath surfing.
Explore the history, culture and everyday lives of people living and working in a remote paradise: the Torres Strait Islands.
The ground conditions are extreme as five abandoned engineers seek to build an escape craft out of ship wreckage.
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