Hana Assafiri is a woman on a mission. At a time when Islamophobia is on the rise, she runs regular speed dating sessions where people come and ask Muslim women any questions they like about Islam.
Gretel and Matt discuss the rules of farting in front of a partner and dumping someone. Comedian Greg Larsen goes speed dating in a hidden camera social experiment and Bettina Arndt tells us how to find that special someone.
So far, the panel of experts has found their assignment a struggle. As the unique study now reaches its climax, the tests become more challenging and the panel is faced with their final decision. Members of the group risk being labelled with a mental illness they don't have.
Examine Australia's answer to Judge Judy and the reality court show genre, when shock jock Kyle Sandilands steps in to mediate the disputes and injustices the court system couldn't (or wouldn't) handle. Criminal lawyer and former Bachelor contender Anna Heinrich is on hand to assist, and both plaintiffs and defendants have agreed to adhere to Sandilands' judgments. (Coarse language.)
This documentary is based on the book of the same name and deals with the death of Duk Koo Kim who was killed in a fight against Ray Boom Boom Mancini in 1982 in Las Vegas. Ray travels to meet Duks' son and widow in a very moving scene.
This film recreates the final hours of Myuran Sukumaran, before his execution. This deeply moving film raises questions about rehabilitation and the death penalty, and whether we have the right to take a life in this way.
Marty has Fragile X and wants workplaces to see that he is an employable man. Cain's insight about his autism and its impact on his life is stirring and Jessica offers up her IT skills to companies targeting neurodiversity.
A racially charged criminal trial and a heart-rending love story converge in this definitive documentary about Mildred and Richard Loving. The marriage of Mildred (who was part-black and part-Native American) and Richard (who was white) was declared illegal in 1958 by their home state of Virginia. They refused to leave one another and, with the help of the ACLU, relentlessly pursued their right to happiness. Their case made it all the way to the US Supreme Court where, in 1967, it struck down laws against interracial marriage in the US once and for all.
Ben taps into the positive aspects of his OCD while job hunting. Krystyna is geography personified but her Peter Pan attitude is a barrier to work. Jonathan throws his hat in the ring with neurotypical accounting candidates.
Three people with Down syndrome take their first strides towards independence. Digby Webster is an artist who wants to live alone, Tom Elenor wants stardom, and Tracie Sammut is an actress who wants to teach.
Meet the extraordinary job seekers who aim to prove that having a neurological condition shouldn't make them unemployable. Follow the challenges faced by Kayla who has Tourette syndrome, and Tim and Rohan who both have autism.
On the anniversary of his death, in this intensely moving and definitive documentary, Sir Trevor McDonald is travelling to the deep south of America to try and get closer to him.
Geraldine Doogue makes a powerful connection with Australia's first female archbishop, Kay Goldsworthy, as she reveals her sacred space and what it means to her.
Jewish singer Fay Sussman takes her klezmer band to Poland on a very personal journey to revivify klezmer music and seek out her Polish Jewish heritage.
Could you imagine forgiving the murderer of your child and grandchild? Agnes Furey did just that. In the process, she not only gave the killer his life back, but rediscovered her own sense of purpose.
Shebah, the taxi service for women, offers a fascinating perspective on women of different faiths and cultures as they drive and ride in a supportive, safe environment.
Is the need to confess an imperative all humans share? Kumi Taguchi reveals what confession looks like today; the Sacrament of Reconciliation in the Catholic tradition, and a secular urban confession offered on street corners.
Presented by Australia's most respected journalist Ray Martin, this program will shine a light on the most common violent crime taking place across regional Australia - domestic violence.
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