With full marijuana legalisation no longer a bygone conclusion, Krishna chronicles the thriving, ever-changing landscape of cannabis in the US - embedding with smugglers, doctors, immigrants, children and cops as they shape the future of American weed. As mass deportations of 'criminal aliens' loom, Krishna follows a Virginia family caught in the deportation dragnet to see how the War on Drugs has fuelled Trump's War on Immigrants.
Black Power with Stan Grant: Looking back on pivotal events like the founding of the tent embassy and the Freedom Rides, Stan asks how far have we come? Is there such a thing as an Indigenous nation and how does it define itself?
Interviewees Liz Anderson and John Thrasher examine how society should be organised and wrestle with conflicting libertarian and egalitarian points of view.
Kumi Taguchi explores migration to Australia and changing attitudes towards our newest citizens. Migrants reveal what contributes to their sense of belonging and how it enriches our society as a whole.
Sydney's hard-working magistrates reveal the difficult deliberations handing down a sentence to a young man caught for a second time with cocaine. Meanwhile, a Sydney cabbie is disputing his first traffic fine in 20 years driving, and a man faces a serious sentence after being caught with a crossbow.
Child Survivors of the Holocaust Community in Sydney and Melbourne retain a child's perspective of memories from a culture and society extinguished during the Holocaust.
Interviewees Peter Singer and Caroline West explore consequentialism and ask would you, could you, kill to save others?
This documentary features dozens of candid photographs, many of which have never been seen before, and interviews that reveal and uncover the truth behind those iconic shots of Princess Diana.
In Australia's busiest local court a surprising number of defendants choose to forgo a lawyer and instead represent themselves. A young driver, a homeless man and a law-abiding grandmother decide to argue against their charges without legal assistance.
Jane Caro digs deeper into the personal toll that life in the classroom has taken on our teachers. We see how handling difficult students can erode the periodic satisfaction gained by making a difference in a child's life.
Drink driving is an endemic problem around the world and in NSW alone 20,000 people are charged with the offence. Magistrates in Sydney's busiest court have minimal tolerance for drink drivers, especially for repeat offenders. This time, three drink drivers suffer the consequences of their actions.
Jane Caro busts some myths about life as a teacher and reveals the pressure most teachers are under. This includes an overwhelming amount of marking and paperwork to the challenges of managing student behaviour.
This series tells the shocking true stories of some of the most infamous hijackings, sieges and hostage stand-offs that have gripped the world. This episode tells the dramatic story of the 1985 hijacking of TWA flight 847 shortly after take-off from Athens airport. The hijackers, members of Hezbollah and Islamic Jihad, were seeking the release of 700 Shi'ite Muslims from Israeli custody. Amongst the passengers and crew who endured what was to become a 17-day ordeal of threats and beatings was international singing star Demis Roussos.
Over half the defendants who appear in Australia's busiest local court will reoffend within 10 years. Four serial offenders tread a familiar path to the court as they appear before the Downing Centre's frustrated magistrates.
Jane Caro goes inside the staffrooms of two public schools and a Catholic high school to find out what makes teachers tick.
The Ku Klux Klan (KKK) - or just the 'Klan'- first played a violent role against African Americans in the South during the Reconstruction Era of the 1860s. Members made their own white costumes: robes, masks, and conical hats, designed to be outlandish and terrifying, and to hide their identities. They became infamous for their parades with large burning crosses, and the lynching and hanging of their victims. Today, many sources classify the Klan as a subversive or terrorist organisation. In April 1997, FBI agents arrested four members of the True Knights of the Ku Klux Klan in Dallas for conspiracy to commit robbery and to blow up a natural gas processing plant. In 1999, the city council of Charleston, South Carolina passed a resolution declaring the Klan to be a terrorist organisation. It is estimated to have around 150 Klan "chapters" with between 5000 and 8000 members.
This series tells the shocking true stories of some of the most infamous hijackings, sieges and hostage stand-offs that have gripped the world. This episode, in 1970, the Middle East was in turmoil. Hundreds of thousands of Palestinians were living in refugee camps. They were angry, and many were prepared to do anything to get their land back. One group of Palestinian militants had a shocking plan to make the world aware of their plight - by carrying out the largest string of hijackings the world had ever seen.
Drug offences account for almost 20 percent of all cases before Australia's busiest local courts. Drug related crime has landed a housewife and a plumber before the courts on serious charges. The balance between rehabilitation and punishment is a tricky one.
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