Catalyst
28:42

Catalyst: Mega Tsunamis/Allergy Pill/Nature Play

ABC October 2, 2014

Science

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Ground breaking Japanese research reveals clues about future hazards for tsunami-prone countries. How playing outdoors can improve children's health and could the bacteria in ...

Ground breaking Japanese research reveals clues about future hazards for tsunami-prone countries. How playing outdoors can improve children's health and could the bacteria in our stomach ulcers help cure allergies.

Awaken
56:39

Awaken: First Response

Season 1 Episode 1 NITV November 29, 2016

Indigenous Australians

News and current affairs

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Everybody has a view about the groundbreaking series First Contact but what are those opinions based on, real evidence or further prejudice? Catherine Liddle hosts this ...

Everybody has a view about the groundbreaking series First Contact but what are those opinions based on, real evidence or further prejudice? Catherine Liddle hosts this special panel episode.

Rewind
24:58

Rewind

Al Jazeera English December 21, 2016

Health and PE

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Back in 2013, Fault Lines found rates of infant mortality in Cleveland, Ohio higher than in some developing countries. Three years on what has changed?

Back in 2013, Fault Lines found rates of infant mortality in Cleveland, Ohio higher than in some developing countries. Three years on what has changed?

Living Black
25:51

Living Black: No Holding Back

NITV March 8, 2017

Indigenous Australians

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The traditional way of life for Aboriginal Australians was changed forever after their first contact with Europeans. Lives, language, land and lore were lost across large ...

The traditional way of life for Aboriginal Australians was changed forever after their first contact with Europeans. Lives, language, land and lore were lost across large swathes of the country due to colonisation. Living Black follows the men behind an ambitious program in Central Australia that hopes to reconnect youth with that ancient culture and their elders through the revival of the traditional handmade tool making practice of Tjilirra.

Living Black
25:40

Living Black: March 13, 2017

NITV March 15, 2017

Indigenous Australians

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The NSW Physical Disability Rugby League competition is set to welcome their fifth season of a code created to fill need for a sport that caters for people with disabilities.

The NSW Physical Disability Rugby League competition is set to welcome their fifth season of a code created to fill need for a sport that caters for people with disabilities.

Living Black
25:01

Living Black: March 29, 2017

NITV March 29, 2017

Indigenous Australians

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Living Black gains rare access to the Alice Springs Correctional Centre, where they get a glimpse into the lives of three Aboriginal inmates serving time.

Living Black gains rare access to the Alice Springs Correctional Centre, where they get a glimpse into the lives of three Aboriginal inmates serving time.

Catalyst
28:23

Catalyst: Forensic Future/Alien Megastructure

ABC October 4, 2016

Science

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Forensic Future: Around our country there are human remains sitting at forensic storage sites unidentified but for a case number. They are potentially the loved ones of those ...

Forensic Future: Around our country there are human remains sitting at forensic storage sites unidentified but for a case number. They are potentially the loved ones of those still living, but there has been no way of really knowing for sure. Catalyst investigates a real life unsolved mystery of a man who's body has been exhumed from the grave whilst revealing how cutting edge forensics, together with developments in DNA testing are working towards, quite literally, putting a face to the nameless. Alien Megastructure: Something massive, with roughly one thousand times the area of Earth, is blocking the light coming from a star about 1400 light years away, and nobody is quite sure what it is. Without a natural explanation, even the world's most reputable astrophysicists have been forced to consider the possibility of an alien-built megastructure. Such an extraordinary idea would, of course, require extraordinary evidence, which is exactly what we're in search of as we turn our eyes and telescopes towards this perplexing celestial object.

Australian Story
30:28

Australian Story: Tough Love

ABC October 3, 2016

Personal and social capability

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When Michael Cox and Taylor Anderton became an item their parents were delighted their adult children, who both have Down syndrome, had found love. But now the families ...

When Michael Cox and Taylor Anderton became an item their parents were delighted their adult children, who both have Down syndrome, had found love. But now the families question if the couple is ready for marriage and children.

Australian Story
28:24

Australian Story: When Beccy Met Libby

ABC September 19, 2016

Personal and social capability

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An old fashioned love story with a modern day twist. Country singer Beccy Cole wants to tie the knot with her partner, cabaret singer Libby O'Donovan. But will the law be ...

An old fashioned love story with a modern day twist. Country singer Beccy Cole wants to tie the knot with her partner, cabaret singer Libby O'Donovan. But will the law be changed to allow same sex marriage?

Australian Story
30:03

Australian Story: Balancing The Scales

ABC October 30, 2017

Personal and social capability

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Elisha Rose has lived with the shame and stigma of her father's actions since she was 13 years old. In 1998, Lindsey Rose was sentenced to five consecutive life sentences, ...

Elisha Rose has lived with the shame and stigma of her father's actions since she was 13 years old. In 1998, Lindsey Rose was sentenced to five consecutive life sentences, never to be released. But rather than being consumed by trauma, Elisha is determined to atone for her father's crimes.

Catalyst
53:59

Catalyst: It's a Twin Thing

ABC October 31, 2017

Science

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For the past 35 years, twins have been some of the most carefully studied people in Australia. Seventy-five thousand twins have been revealing the secrets of how much we ...

For the past 35 years, twins have been some of the most carefully studied people in Australia. Seventy-five thousand twins have been revealing the secrets of how much we inherit from our parents and in what ways our experience shapes who we become. Researchers are trying to understand what determines their personalities, makes them succeed at a school or even live longer. It turns out that twins research is confounding simple conclusions about what makes us who we are. We are a complex interplay of genes and environment. In fact revealing the secrets of this extraordinary group of people, may just help all of us live a longer, healthier life.

Australian Story
28:24

Australian Story: Behind The Mask (Part 2)

ABC November 13, 2017

Personal and social capability

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Mike Willesee is considered a legendary journalist, with a career spanning 50 years on programs such as Four Corners and This Day Tonight before creating A Current Affair. Now ...

Mike Willesee is considered a legendary journalist, with a career spanning 50 years on programs such as Four Corners and This Day Tonight before creating A Current Affair. Now he faces his greatest challenge to date - throat cancer.

Living Black
25:48

Living Black: January 30, 2017

SBS January 30, 2017

Indigenous Australians

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Australia's leading Indigenous current affairs program. Hosted by Karla Grant.

Australia's leading Indigenous current affairs program. Hosted by Karla Grant.

Living Black
26:58

Living Black: February 6, 2017

SBS February 6, 2017

Indigenous Australians

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Australia's leading Indigenous current affairs program. Hosted by Karla Grant.

Australia's leading Indigenous current affairs program. Hosted by Karla Grant.

People and Power
25:00

People and Power: The War The World Forgot

Al Jazeera English February 9, 2017

Civics and citizenship

News and current affairs

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Classification: GeneralClassification: General
People and Power investigates the forgotten war taking place on the borders between North and South Sudan.

People and Power investigates the forgotten war taking place on the borders between North and South Sudan.

Living Black
25:41

Living Black: Kevin Rudd - Ten Years After the Apology

NITV February 7, 2018

Indigenous Australians

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It has been 10 years since Kevin Rudd made his famous speech on February 13, 2008, in the federal Parliament when he formally apologised to Indigenous Australians for the ...

It has been 10 years since Kevin Rudd made his famous speech on February 13, 2008, in the federal Parliament when he formally apologised to Indigenous Australians for the forced removal of children from their families, also known as the Stolen Generations. It was a historic moment in the nation's history and a moment that Indigenous Australians had been waiting on for many years. Karla Grant sits down with the former Australian prime minister as he reflects on his life, time in office, the apology, the current state of Indigenous affairs, and what needs to be done to see real improvements in the lives of our First Nations people.

Australian Story
29:43

Australian Story: Call Of The Wild (Belinda Green)

ABC October 2, 2017

Personal and social capability

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For Belinda Green, beauty was a ticket out of a difficult childhood. She was crowned Miss World in 1972 and was Australia's 'it girl' during the '70s. But something was ...

For Belinda Green, beauty was a ticket out of a difficult childhood. She was crowned Miss World in 1972 and was Australia's 'it girl' during the '70s. But something was missing in her life. She began caring for injured wildlife and eventually met an extraordinary vet, Dr Howard Ralph, who inspired a new career path. Now in her sixties, Belinda Green is studying to become a veterinary nurse while volunteering with Dr Ralph in his remarkable wildlife surgery in Braidwood.

Catalyst
57:09

Catalyst: Can We Save the Reef?

ABC October 3, 2017

Science

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Off Australia's north-east coast lies a wonder of the world; a living structure so big it can be seen from space, more intricate and complex than any city, and so diverse it ...

Off Australia's north-east coast lies a wonder of the world; a living structure so big it can be seen from space, more intricate and complex than any city, and so diverse it hosts a third of all fish species in Australia. The Great Barrier Reef as we know it - 8000 years old and home to thousands of marine species - is dying in our lifetime. Can We Save the Reef? is the epic story of Australian and international scientists who are racing to understand our greatest natural wonder, and employing bold new science to save it.