Jess Cerro (aka Montaigne) was meant to be representing Australia at Eurovision. The pandemic has seen that dream pushed back by 12 months, but hasn't stopped her desire to create and share her art with the world.
After nearly seven years in limbo on Manus Island, an audacious plan was hatched to get Kurdish refugee Behrouz Boochani to freedom in New Zealand.
There is only one place left in the final, and the pressure is on for the final three candidates. Ben is on a mission to impress with his theatrical creations, while Simon has to convince them he really wants the job.
Danzal Baker (aka Baker Boy) comes from one of the smallest communities in Arnhem Land but he's performed on some of the biggest stages. Through music he brings his culture by sharing his local language, Yolngu Matha.
The next three candidates are tested on their butchery skills. Italian chef Michael surprises the family with his unusual approach. But will it be enough to beat Hrishikesh's 'east meets west' fusion cuisine?
When the body of young American Scott Johnson was found at the bottom of a Sydney cliff in 1988, police quickly decided it was suicide. Convinced it was actually a gay hate murder, his brother Steve spent the next 30 years assembling a crack team to campaign for justice. Now a resolution may finally be at hand.
Sam Mostyn is an accomplished non-executive director and sits on the boards of numerous companies. She speaks to Kurt about the importance of diversity and how coronavirus COVID-19 will change the way we measure success.
She Shears follows five charismatic female shearers on their journey towards the world championship of shearing: The Golden Shears.
Alex Polizzi takes on the difficult challenge of finding Head Chefs for restaurants that desperately need to fill a vacancy. Nine candidates will be put through a rigorous interview process, but only one can get the job.
Rugby league legend Greg Inglis reveals the real story behind his mental health struggles and how he turned his life around.
We explore school shootings from Columbine to Parkland through the eyes of those who've survived. The stories trace how people and communities try to overcome the aftermath.
School teacher Eddie Woo's love of maths is infectious, and his online lessons have found a global audience. He speaks to Kurt about teaching future generations and why he moved to online learning well before coronavirus COVID-19 hit.
In the second part of this candid account of the actor and filmmaker's 25-year career, we focus on Joel Edgerton's rise to the top, the anxiety attacks he now grapples with, his charity work and making sense of 'a selfish life'.
Ash Barty's 2020 was meant to be full. But the pandemic kept her in Brisbane, rather than defending her world No.1 title. The French Open champion speaks to Kurt about her return to the sport and the importance of family.
Actor Joel Edgerton gives a candid account of the challenges he's faced on his long road to Hollywood success, and how his family helped him stay true to himself.
This film begins with a visual and aural initiation. The journey inward then explores the key requirements of hatha yoga - firmness of mind, the importance of faith, the necessity of a qualified teacher, skilful moderation, the methods to restrain the senses, and the practice of universal equanimity.
Eliza Ault-Connell was just 16 when she lost her legs and fingers to meningococcal disease. She speaks to Kurt about representing Australia in wheelchair racing and how coronavirus COVID-19 impacted her return to the Paralympics.
Nathan Cavaleri was seven years old when he found international fame as a prodigy on the blues guitar. Now at 38, he talks about the childhood stardom that both inspired and haunted him.
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