Watch a short history of Australia's refugee policies since 2001 and Operation Sovereign Borders' attempts to stop asylum seekers who arrive by boat.
Meshel Laurie and Peter Spida Everitt visit a maternity ward of a hospital in Bentiu refugee camp and learn how the mothers cope.
Marina Brizar and Jacqui Lambie meet a Raqqa resident, who describes how ISIS evicted him from his home, which was later destroyed by coalition forces.
Marina Brizar and Jacqui Lambie take part in a exercise to detect improvised explosive devices (IEDs) in a bombed out building in Syria.
The aunt of three-year-old Alan Kurdi, the boy who drowned in the Mediterranean trying to reach Greece, Tima Kurdi, reveals her guilt over funding the family's flight from Syria.
Marina Brizar and Jacqui Lambie meet a boy who lost his legs to an ISIS landmine in Raqqa, Syria, and see him walk on prosthetic legs.
Gretel Killeen and Steve meet a refugee in Turkey who negotiates with a people smuggler over the phone to get his family out of Syria.
Meshel Laurie and Peter Spida Everitt witness an air drop of food over a village near the capital of South Sudan, Juba.
Gretel Killeen and Steve visit Antakya, Turkey, to learn what impact the influx of Syrian refugees has had on local residents.
Marina Brizar and Jacqui Lambie reflect on being attacked by an ISIS sleeper cell in Raqqa, Syria, and what it might feel like for locals.
We battle with knights, sail with Vikings, fight sharks for food, talk shop with a dominatrix, and sneak into a Chinese cannabinoid factory by staging a steampunk rock opera.
We hunt for psychedelic honey in Nepal, shut down MySpace, kill the flu like they do in Peru, work out our issues in a Rage Room, and find the cure to the common hangover.
We learn how to take a punch, go gun-slinging with cowboys, race horses drunk in Guatemala, make grilled cheese with Matty Matheson, and sniff armpits for science - romantic science.
Hooked Up is a fresh, inventive look at the internet and asks us to consider this question: Does the web provide Indigenous people in Canada with a sense of community?
This is the story of Rocky Morin, a drummer who first felt the pull of the drum almost 15 years ago. He hasn't looked back since.
The empowering story of Rodney 'Geeyo' Poucette's struggle against the prejudice in the Indigenous community as a two-spirited person (gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered).
Walking Alone is an edgy, searing portrait of an ex-gang member trying to make his peace with his past.
With peace seemingly as far away as ever, Ross uncovers a drug epidemic tearing through Palestinian territory and threatening the fabric of society.
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