Kayne Tremills is back for another exciting series of My Great Big Adventure. My Great Big Adventure drops in on a group of 10 to 14-year-olds discussing mental health, with no grown-ups around. These young Australians share their personal insights into mental health and discuss the big questions. My Great Big Adventure screens during ABC's 'Mental As', a week-long initiative in support of Mental Health which aims to encourage Australians to start talking about mental illness, and to donate to mental health research.
Join Trevor on a personal journey to discover how one act of kindness can change the world — or at least be the start of something good.
We meet individuals and families from different parts of the New South Wales Riverina area who are facing a range of challenges - from homelessness, to drought, and a crime wave that's swept through parts of Wagga Wagga. Mason and Katherine live in the Wagga suburb of Tolland with their two-year-old daughter Suzianna. After returning to their house after a night away with friends, they find their house has been ransacked and valuables stolen. Will they be able to find trust in the community again or will they seek a better life elsewhere for their daughter?
Brothel madam Shirley Finn was shot through the head on a Perth golf course in 1975. After her daughter's 10-year battle to discover who killed her mother, an inquest hears fresh allegations.
Putting the 'real' back into reality TV, the award-winning series with no narrator and no agendas, just authentic stories told in people's own words. Immerse yourself in the life of extraordinary Australians.
It's crunch time for the Catholic Church in Australia. Reform won't be easy and requires the involvement of Catholic men and women at all levels of the church. Geraldine Doogue examines the tensions.
A loving tribute to actor Patrick Swayze, showcasing his life and career through untold stories, exclusive interviews, heartfelt home movies, and family photos featuring those who knew him best.
In the final episode, the adults are retested by the experts, and the class puts on a concert for friends and family showcasing the abilities that they've been developing over the course of the experiment.
From rigger on the Sydney Harbour Bridge to accidental star, we continue our honest look at the ups and downs of Paul Hogan's extraordinary career. His son Todd speaks publicly for the first time.
Aileen Harrison, a retired farmer living on the rich plains of the Darling Downs in Southern Queensland, finds new meaning in life as she fights to stop a coal mine that threatens the future of the farms in her region.
Halloween is Ben's busiest night of the year. He faces obnoxious passengers all night, before receiving an unexpected call that will change his life forever.
The experiment aims to tackle the adults' confidence and mobility. The experts have curated an action-packed week aimed at increasing the adults' physical ability, including a sports day.
Unknown until his early 30s, Paul Hogan went on to become a global superstar. As he approaches 80, Paul and those who know him best look back over a remarkable career.
The lies continue to eat away at the Mensah's marriage, and Isaac's life is spiralling out of control. The casting of the film's sequel is announced, and the story of Isaac's abuse finally hits the press.
Luka is the oldest child in the family, living on beautiful hill Katarina with an incredible view of the capital of Ljubljana. He is a born environmentalist and leader, helping around the house with essential work.
Taxi driver Saad is trying to make ends meet. A trip home from dance class offers Ben some insight into good parenting.
Fewer than 4 percent of New Zealand's population are Maori language speakers. Three teenagers from rural town Waipu have become unlikely heroes in the fight to preserve the indigenous language by making heavy metal inspired by Maori history.
This week the adults confront one of the most prevalent and devastating aspects of old age - low mood and depression, as they take part in a series of mood boosting activities, including an excursion to the beach.
What would you do if you were told you had 16 months to live? That was the harsh reality for Jill Emberson when she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. With the survival rate of the disease half that of the breast cancer survival rate, she's using her last moments to make a change.
Street performer Paul Cooper has an unlikely ally in his ongoing battle with anxiety and depression - his robot, Tubby. A poignant exploration of family, mental illness and the transformative power of creativity.
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