Living Black
25:48

Living Black: January 30, 2017

SBS January 30, 2017

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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
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Living Black: February 6, 2017

SBS February 6, 2017

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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

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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

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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

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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
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Catalyst: Can We Save the Reef?

ABC October 3, 2017

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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.

Australian Story
30:02

Australian Story: The Longest Expedition

ABC July 11, 2016

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When Paul Pritchard returned to Tasmania's majestic Totem Pole rock pillar three months ago it was the culmination of an 18-year journey. The former professional climber and ...

When Paul Pritchard returned to Tasmania's majestic Totem Pole rock pillar three months ago it was the culmination of an 18-year journey. The former professional climber and writer suffered a massive injury in 1998 when his rope dislodged a large rock, which fell on his head. He was saved by the actions of his former girlfriend who hauled him 30 metres up to a ledge before running for help. In a second stroke of luck, the paramedic on duty that day was also a climber. Neale Smith's decision to short-circuit a cliff rescue and abseil with Paul down to a waiting boat almost certainly saved his life. The aftermath of the accident led to a new awakening for Paul and he describes it now as 'the best thing that ever happened to me'. This year he returned to the place that nearly killed him. With only one half of his body functioning properly, the stakes were high. This time, surrounded by friends, he made it to the top.

Australian Story
30:06

Australian Story: The Enemy Within

ABC March 26, 2018

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When Justin Yerbury's family members began to die from motor neurone disease he made a life-changing decision. He turned his back on a professional basketball career and ...

When Justin Yerbury's family members began to die from motor neurone disease he made a life-changing decision. He turned his back on a professional basketball career and enrolled in a science degree. Almost 20 years later, he is an internationally recognised expert on the disease, leading the way in the search for a treatment. Recently, however, Justin's work took on a terrible urgency as he too developed symptoms of MND. As Australian Story filmed with Justin and his family, his condition deteriorated dramatically, requiring difficult decisions to enable him to continue his search for a cure. Having met Justin in 2017, Professor Stephen Hawking recorded the introduction to this story shortly before his death from motor neurone disease.

Catalyst
27:39

Catalyst: Gut Reaction

Episode 1 ABC July 26, 2016

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New research has linked the Western diet to asthma, autism, multiple sclerosis, diabetes, emphysema, cancer, and the list goes on. The reason a healthy diet could be even more ...

New research has linked the Western diet to asthma, autism, multiple sclerosis, diabetes, emphysema, cancer, and the list goes on. The reason a healthy diet could be even more important than previously thought is because food affects the bacteria deep inside our gut.

A Big Mob in the House
28:09

A Big Mob in the House

ABC News 24 July 9, 2016

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Nearly $2 billion has been spent on Indigenous housing in the NT over the past eight years but in many areas conditions are still appalling. In this ABC News special, Jane ...

Nearly $2 billion has been spent on Indigenous housing in the NT over the past eight years but in many areas conditions are still appalling. In this ABC News special, Jane Bardon looks at what went wrong and what may fix the problems.

Australian Story
28:28

Australian Story: Two Brothers

ABC April 3, 2017

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Mal and Mike Leyland were pioneers of outback documentary-making, first setting off to Central Australia in 1960. Mal was just 15 and Mike 19. Their television shows in the ...

Mal and Mike Leyland were pioneers of outback documentary-making, first setting off to Central Australia in 1960. Mal was just 15 and Mike 19. Their television shows in the 1970s and '80s were so popular that their theme song, Ask The Leyland Brothers, remains familiar to millions of viewers today. But when Mal and Mike decided to branch out into the tourist industry by building their own theme park, Leyland Brothers World, disaster struck and both were bankrupted. The brothers fell out and went their separate ways. Sometime before Mike Leyland's death in 2009, they reconciled but Mal Leyland continues to have regrets. Sourcing rich archival footage, this program tells the inside story of the Leyland's rise and fall, and of their final days together.

Catalyst
26:49

Catalyst: Tasmanian Devil/The Royal Botanic Gardens/Squeaky Sand

ABC June 18, 2009

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Cancer threatening the existence of the Tasmanian Devil; The Royal Botanic Gardens - Australia's oldest research institution; Sand - to squeak or not to squeak, that is the ...

Cancer threatening the existence of the Tasmanian Devil; The Royal Botanic Gardens - Australia's oldest research institution; Sand - to squeak or not to squeak, that is the question.

Catalyst
26:46

Catalyst: Water Recycling - From Tap to Toilet/Vitamin D/Rob Harcourt

ABC March 12, 2009

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Dr Maryanne Demasi investigates the bitter truth about the dangers of a sweet diet and Ruben Meerman takes a look at how fluoride protects teeth and the reasons for its ...

Dr Maryanne Demasi investigates the bitter truth about the dangers of a sweet diet and Ruben Meerman takes a look at how fluoride protects teeth and the reasons for its addition to water supplies.

People and Power
24:55

People and Power: Syria: Under Russia's Fist

Al Jazeera English October 9, 2016

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People & Power investigates the horrifying consequences for civilians under Russian airstrikes in Syria.

People & Power investigates the horrifying consequences for civilians under Russian airstrikes in Syria.

Australian Story
29:16

Australian Story: Long Journey Home

ABC February 12, 2018

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When scientist Jim Bowler saw a human skeleton emerging from the sandhills of the remote Willandra Lakes in 1974, he had no idea his chance discovery would radically rewrite ...

When scientist Jim Bowler saw a human skeleton emerging from the sandhills of the remote Willandra Lakes in 1974, he had no idea his chance discovery would radically rewrite Australian history. The full excavation revealed a complete skeleton covered in red ochre and in astonishingly good condition. Scientists would date Mungo Man at around 42,000 years old, pushing back the known date of human occupation in Australia by thousands of years. But for Mungo Man's traditional owners, the Mutthi Mutthi, Ngiyampaa and Paakantyi/Barkandji peoples, his discovery and removal to Canberra was a deep source of upset. When his remains were finally returned to country late last year it was an emotional homecoming for all, including Jim Bowler.

Catalyst
28:34

Catalyst: Fit in Six Minutes a Week Revisited

ABC May 17, 2016

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FIT IN 6 MINUTES A WEEK - REVISITED Continuing our focus on the healing powers of exercise, Catalyst revisits the subject of intensive interval training. If you were told you ...

FIT IN 6 MINUTES A WEEK - REVISITED Continuing our focus on the healing powers of exercise, Catalyst revisits the subject of intensive interval training. If you were told you could get fit with just a few minutes of exercise a week, would you believe it? Anja Taylor puts interval training through its paces, and investigates the science behind why it works.

Australian Story
28:52

Australian Story: Building Bridges

ABC April 18, 2016

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For the first time on TV Michelle Bridges and her family talk about her becoming a mum at 45, her relationship with 'Commando' Steve Willis and taking on the junk food ...

For the first time on TV Michelle Bridges and her family talk about her becoming a mum at 45, her relationship with 'Commando' Steve Willis and taking on the junk food industry. The program traces Bridges' remarkable journey as the daughter of a broken home in working class Newcastle who last year was named on the BRW list of Australia's richest self-made women. She's described as one of Australia's most influential health and fitness experts. In a new relationship with her "Biggest Loser" co-star, Steve Willis, the couple have been fodder for gossip columnists and paparazzi and now have a 4-month old son, Axel. Bridges says having Axel has strengthened her ambition to tackle the junk food and sugar industries. "The truth of the matter is they sell crap food and make people sick and that makes me angry."

Australian Story
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Australian Story: Abby's Story

ABC April 25, 2016

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Ten years ago, Nicola and Jim Walker received the news that every parent dreads. Their two-year-old daughter Abby was diagnosed with leukaemia, a life-threatening illness. ...

Ten years ago, Nicola and Jim Walker received the news that every parent dreads. Their two-year-old daughter Abby was diagnosed with leukaemia, a life-threatening illness. Abby's parents hit upon a controversial course of action - to have another child and harvest stem cells from the new baby's umbilical cord in case Abby relapsed and needed a transplant. They invited Australian Story to film with them as they embarked on this solution, providing intimate access to a deeply moving family experience. In this Australian Story update, we revisit the Walker family to find out the consequences of their decision.