Marijuana legalisation promises a new American success story, but with skyrocketing rents and thousands of people homeless on the streets of Denver, whose green dream is this?
Growing up in South Africa, Steve Pasvolsky and his siblings were cared for by their nanny Angelina. When the Pasvolsky family migrated to Australia, they left Angelina behind. Forty years later they return to find her.
Interviewees Janna Thompson, Marcia Langton and Mick Dodson explore the effect past injustices have on present generations.
Facebook knows more about us than any other business in history. We trust the social network site with the most private details of our lives, but what does the company that Mark Zuckerberg built do with all of that personal information? This program investigates how Facebook profits from its users, with its powerful algorithms allowing advertisers and politicians to target us more directly than ever before, questioning whether the company's size and complexity now makes it impossible to regulate.
Krishna explores how the stigma around medical weed can have deadly consequences, following the story of a Maine man who was kicked off of an organ transplant list for using pot.
In the 500th anniversary of Luther's challenge to the Catholic Church, Kumi Taguchi explores the relevance of the event that kickstarted a revolution that continues to resonate in Australian lives today.
Interviewees Christian Barry and Kate McDonald unwind supply chains to consider ethical consumption in a complex world.
Reggie Yates is back in jail a year after spending a week locked up - but this time he's a prison guard. Working inside Guildford County Jail in North Carolina, Reggie helps guard nearly 1000 prisoners.
As marijuana legalisation spreads, more mums-to-be are using pot to treat their pregnancy-related symptoms. Krishna investigates the legal risk to the mother, and health risk to the foetus.
Brazilian spiritual healer Joao De Faria Texeira treats people using controversial methods. The filmmaker follows the journey of her friend Lya who has advanced cancer as she travels from Melbourne to the Brazilian village.
Interviewees Luke Russell, John Tasioulas and Mick Dodson show how punishment can be a form of communication and examine if there is ever an unforgivable act.
Reggie Yates is in the Middle East to spend a week living in Iraq's largest refugee camp - alongside 30,000 Syrian refugees. Since the war in Syria began, nearly 11 million people have fled their homes in search of safety.
A distressed woman arrives at Luton Police Station, where officers have to tell her that her 76-year-old husband is under arrest following allegations of historic child sex abuse.
With gang violence and police brutality causing trauma across the country, Krishna heads to Compton to see if weed can help Americans suffering from urban PTSD.
Anne Deveson was the first female talkback broadcaster in Australia, a writer/filmmaker/mental health activist/mother. At 85, she grappled with Alzheimer's as she prepared to donate her papers to the National Archive.
Interviewees Julian Savulescu and Serene Khader discuss the effect of social assumptions on how we view our body, and the science we use to change it.
Can detectives decipher what has happened after a man walks out of a hotel, blood-soaked, holding a fire extinguisher and shouting that he's killed someone?
Marijuana legalisation is putting more stoned drivers on the road, but how dangerous is it really? Krishna gets behind the wheel in Washington to find out.
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