Australian Story
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Australian Story: A Gentle Man

ABC October 16, 2017

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Australian Story goes behind the scenes with boxing's Mr Nice Guy, Jeff Horn, and his meteoric rise from bullied teen to welterweight champion of the world. The unknown ...

Australian Story goes behind the scenes with boxing's Mr Nice Guy, Jeff Horn, and his meteoric rise from bullied teen to welterweight champion of the world. The unknown teacher shot to international fame in July when he beat Manny Pacquiao, an 11-time world champion with $500 million in earnings to his name.

Our World
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Our World: The Massacre at Tula Toli

BBC World News December 6, 2017

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Gabriel Gatehouse has been to a refugee camp in Bangladesh to hear from survivors of a massacre in the village of Tula Toli in Myanmar. This film contains harrowing testimony.

Gabriel Gatehouse has been to a refugee camp in Bangladesh to hear from survivors of a massacre in the village of Tula Toli in Myanmar. This film contains harrowing testimony.

Living Black
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Living Black: July 18, 2018

NITV July 18, 2018

Indigenous Australians

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The Classic Wallabies have created a fellowship to provide young Indigenous Australians a chance to visit South Africa and work alongside local people developing highly ...

The Classic Wallabies have created a fellowship to provide young Indigenous Australians a chance to visit South Africa and work alongside local people developing highly innovative community schools.

Catalyst
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Catalyst: Music on the Brain

ABC March 8, 2016

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If you were to make a playlist of your life, what would be on it? The music of your childhood or of your teens? The music that always makes you cry or fills you with joy? In ...

If you were to make a playlist of your life, what would be on it? The music of your childhood or of your teens? The music that always makes you cry or fills you with joy? In this episode we look at the power of music in all our lives - why is it so emotional, so memorable and so powerful and when much of the brain is gone can music bring it alive?

Australian Story
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Australian Story: Wendy’s Way

ABC September 7, 2015

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Brett and Wendy Whiteley were icons of Australian art - he the internationally acclaimed "rockstar" artist, and she his glamorous wife and muse. But then tragedy struck. Brett ...

Brett and Wendy Whiteley were icons of Australian art - he the internationally acclaimed "rockstar" artist, and she his glamorous wife and muse. But then tragedy struck. Brett died in 1992, followed by their actress daughter Arkie nine years later, leaving Wendy alone. Determined not to let grief overwhelm her, Wendy Whiteley threw her energies into turning a huge wasteland into a beautiful garden.

Catalyst
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Catalyst: Tick Allergy

ABC February 17, 2015

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Mammalian meat allergy is on the rise in Australia and the surprising cause is a tick bite. Dr Jonica Newby neets Dr Sheryl van Nunen, the clinician who discovered the link.

Mammalian meat allergy is on the rise in Australia and the surprising cause is a tick bite. Dr Jonica Newby neets Dr Sheryl van Nunen, the clinician who discovered the link.

Living Black
26:07

Living Black: Freedom Rides

SBS April 13, 2015

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Living Black revisits the historical journey made 50 years ago by a group of University students led by Aboriginal activist Charles Perkins, who set off on a bus ride around ...

Living Black revisits the historical journey made 50 years ago by a group of University students led by Aboriginal activist Charles Perkins, who set off on a bus ride around regional New South Wales to expose racism and prejudice in regional NSW. What they encountered along the way showed just how prevalent segregation and injustice existed in Australia. The trip would prove to be a turning point in the Australian civil rights movement.

Australian Story
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Australian Story: Into The Lion's Den

ABC April 6, 2015

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This week's program is about a rickety old fishing boat. But appearances can be deceiving. The inconspicuous MV Krait ferried 14 special operatives thousands of kilometres ...

This week's program is about a rickety old fishing boat. But appearances can be deceiving. The inconspicuous MV Krait ferried 14 special operatives thousands of kilometres behind enemy lines into Singapore harbour during World War 2. The mission? To blow up enemy shipping right in the heart of Japan's wartime stronghold.

Australian Story
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Australian Story: Dear Emma

ABC April 16, 2018

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Brisbane woman Emma Betts was living her dream as an aid worker in East Timor when someone suggested she have a mole on her back checked. A year after she had it removed, ...

Brisbane woman Emma Betts was living her dream as an aid worker in East Timor when someone suggested she have a mole on her back checked. A year after she had it removed, melanoma showed up in most of her major organs. At 22 years of age, she was given only months to live. Reeling from the diagnosis, Emma was shocked to learn that melanoma is now the most common cancer killer in 20- to 39-year-olds. Emma fell in love, got married and then devoted herself to a blog called Dear Melanoma (http://www.dearmelanoma.com). Her honest account of living with terminal cancer and her candid acceptance of her impending death endeared her to tens of thousands. Using her newfound fame she began campaigning for better awareness of the disease among her generation and in the process has helped save others' lives. Introduced by radio host Sarah Wills.

Governor-General's Anzac Day Address
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Governor-General's Anzac Day Address

ABC April 25, 2018

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The Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove delivers his 2018 Anzac Day Address.

The Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove delivers his 2018 Anzac Day Address.

Catalyst
30:10

Catalyst: Crown of Thorns Starfish/Oxytocin

ABC February 9, 2016

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Could the Love hormone, oxytocin, help treat alcohol and drug addiction? And can robots, vinegar and giant snails save the Great Barrier Reef from the Crown of Thorns starfish?

Could the Love hormone, oxytocin, help treat alcohol and drug addiction? And can robots, vinegar and giant snails save the Great Barrier Reef from the Crown of Thorns starfish?

Living Black
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Living Black: May 23, 2018

NITV May 23, 2018

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Stevie Salas has played with some of the biggest names in the music industry. The Native American musician is not only rated as one of the top 50 guitarists in the world, but ...

Stevie Salas has played with some of the biggest names in the music industry. The Native American musician is not only rated as one of the top 50 guitarists in the world, but he's also a television host, music director, record producer, film composer, writer, director and film producer. His film Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World screened at the 2017 Sydney Film Festival to rave reviews and received a prestigious Special Jury Award for World Cinema Documentary at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival. The film traces the Native American influence on North American music. Host Karla Grant sits down with Salas to discuss all things music, his rise from the small Californian town of Oceanside to becoming lead guitarist with Rod Stewart on his 1988 world tour, and playing alongside Mick Jagger.

Australian Story
30:10

Australian Story: Your Money or Your Life

ABC May 15, 2016

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AN AUSTRALIAN STORY EXCLUSIVE Twelve years ago Danielle Tindle came back from the brink of death to survive Hodgkin's Lymphoma. By extraordinary coincidence, it was her own ...

AN AUSTRALIAN STORY EXCLUSIVE Twelve years ago Danielle Tindle came back from the brink of death to survive Hodgkin's Lymphoma. By extraordinary coincidence, it was her own fathers groundbreaking stem-cell research which ultimately saved his daughters life. I hate the term cancer sufferer; its such a disempowering, victimising word I've been through hell and back but I'm strong and I can be beautiful. - Dr Danielle Tindle (PhD) Since Danielle was given a second chance at life, this inspirational young woman has made it her mission to advocate for improved services and care for other adolescent and young adult cancer patients. She's become a world leader in the field. I've already faced my own mortality, so I had no fear of death. I wanted to focus on something which was meaningful, which was helping others. - Dr Danielle Tindle (PhD) Unfortunately, mid-way through her PhD, the now thirty-six year old Danielle Tindle was diagnosed with neuroendocrine carcinoma, a completely new tumour. Doctors think its a consequence of the toxic treatment she was given in her early twenties. That she's got it is almost entirely the result of the draconian treatment she had ... for Hodgkin's Lymphoma. - Prof. Robert Tindle, father With all conventional therapies ineffective against the cancer, once again Danielle, her father and her medical team are in a race to find the next life-saving breakthrough. Its come in the form of ground-breaking drugs which are subsidised for melanoma under the PBS, but for rare cancer patients like Danielle, are cripplingly expensive. If you are a melanoma patient and your chemotherapy happens to be one of these antibodies, you'll be paying about $6.50 a shot, and in the adjacent cubicle there'll be someone like Danielle, who is paying $5000 a shot. - Prof. Robert Tindle, father Nobody thinks its fair... the lottery says she got a rare cancer, and our system doesn't respond in that circumstance. - Richard Vines, CEO Rare Cancers Australia Australian Story has followed this extraordinary woman who never gives up right from the beginning. I cant not hope I'm just unstoppable. - Dr Danielle Tindle (PhD) Australian Story: Your Money or Your Life airs Monday, May 9 at 8pm on ABC & iview Join the conversation: #AustralianStory

Catalyst
27:31

Catalyst: Science of Sci Fi Films – Fact or Fiction?/Mercury

ABC March 1, 2016

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Science of Sci Fi Films – Fact or Fiction? Also an exciting new invention might be able to help with the mercury problem in Australia.

Science of Sci Fi Films – Fact or Fiction? Also an exciting new invention might be able to help with the mercury problem in Australia.

Australian Story
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Australian Story: My Conscience Tells Me

ABC March 7, 2016

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When Dr Rodney Syme was unable to alleviate the unbearable pain suffered by a cancer patient many years ago, it triggered what he calls his "epiphany". For more than two ...

When Dr Rodney Syme was unable to alleviate the unbearable pain suffered by a cancer patient many years ago, it triggered what he calls his "epiphany". For more than two decades Dr Syme has campaigned to legalise voluntary euthanasia for the terminally ill. He also continues to counsel and help people, like former corporate boss Bernard who has tongue and lung cancer, and has recently planned his own funeral and hosted his own living wake. It's an issue that polarises the medical community.

Australian Story
29:02

Australian Story: True Grit

Season 1 Episode 2 ABC February 29, 2016

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Part 2 of David Pocock's Australian Story, following his journey from growing up in Zimbabwe, to international rugby as a Wallabies hero, his charity work & support for social ...

Part 2 of David Pocock's Australian Story, following his journey from growing up in Zimbabwe, to international rugby as a Wallabies hero, his charity work & support for social justice & equality. #AustralianStory.

Australian Story
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Australian Story: Blood on the Tracks (Part 2)

ABC June 4, 2018

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As journalist Allan Clarke digs deeper into events on the night Mark Haines died, he discovers more about his last few hours. As he cracks the case wide open, he is led to the ...

As journalist Allan Clarke digs deeper into events on the night Mark Haines died, he discovers more about his last few hours. As he cracks the case wide open, he is led to the man he believes is the killer.

Rio 2016 Paralympics
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Rio 2016 Paralympics: September 13, 2016

7Two September 13, 2016

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Entertainment show. The highlights of the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.

Entertainment show. The highlights of the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.