Take the edge of your seat, buckle up, and hang on because the team is Driving This Crazy and solving three car crimes from Hollywood!
For the first time on television God in The Lodge examines an aspect of Australian politics often overlooked: the religious beliefs that have shaped and driven our prime ministers. This week Compass takes a look at Australia's leaders from 1966 to 2014, including John Gorton, William McMahon, Gough Whitlam, Paul Keating, Julia Gillard, Kevin Rudd and Tony Abbott.
Even after the triumph of VE Day, there still remained a war to be fought. The final act of this war was played out in the skies above Japan. A new US President, Harry Truman, took the devastating decision to deploy a new weapon against the forces of Japan. The atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki and the dreams of Imperial Japan were ended at a stroke.
Since the days of Kurt Cobain, Seattle has been nicknamed Junkietown. The city's liberal laws and high demand for drugs attracts gangsters and dealers looking to get rich.
This daring documentary explores the ramifications of usually straight-laced ladies seeking sexual fulfilment with other women - not just the thrill of a kiss, or augmented reality girl-on-girl porn - but the real long-term implications.
This week's program tells the story of an Olympic champion so seemingly without ego that even his son and grandsons knew very little of his fame. Andrew 'Boy' Charlton was a hero who stamped his name across the world, with feats so marvellous he forged Australia's national spirit at a time when the nation was beleaguered by the Depression and the losses of the Great War.
In this final episode, second timers, Rochelle and Anthony, want to have a Jewish wedding with their children in attendance; Pav and Amit want their Hindu wedding running on time; and Eleanor and Neo want to ensure their belief that 'Big Is Better' is at the heart of their Greek Cypriot wedding.
With deep access to drug producers, dealers and gangs, Nat Geo reveals how drugs, violence and corruption underpin the culture and economy of Jamaica.
Beneath the streets of London, lies a parallel universe. As its buildings soar higher, so its tunnels go deeper. London has more infrastructures built underground than any city in the world. Join engineers working in this vast underground city - from tunnel builders digging a brand new underground train line 40m beneath the city to squads of workers scrubbing its sewer tunnels to prevent outbreaks of disease.
Geraldine Doogue debates the hot-button moral, ethical and religious controversies of our time with a stable of guest panellists in the premiere of this smart and entertaining new Compass series.
This 13-part reboot of Carl Sagan's ground-breaking series will venture to the new worlds that circle our suns, retrace our roots back to the hearts of distant stars, and travel across the universe for a vision of the cosmos on the grandest scale we know.
Bikpela Bagarap (Big Damage) explores how logging companies from Malaysia are forcing customary landowners of PNG to sign documents they don't understand, for the promise of fresh water, health and education. However, in place of this their traditional hunting grounds are destroyed and waterways are polluted.
In Exeter, 21-year-old Scott has been partying so hard he cannot remember who he has slept with. When his worried friends bring him in for his first STI test, he receives a sobering wake-up call.
It's the start of the school year for the 800 students of the Juilliard School in New York, one of the most prestigious conservatories in the world and one of the most selective. The school boasts an impressive list of now famous artists who have studied in its drama, dance and music divisions - from Yo You Ma to Kevin Spacey, from Philip Glass to Pina Bausch.
There is a group of people in the world today who are more persecuted than anyone else, but they are not political or religious activists. This compelling documentary reveals what it means to grow up female in the 21st century.
A personal journey following two couples struggles with Prostate Cancer and the loss and recovery of their sex lives after surgery.
An insightful documentary about five deaf teenagers as they take their first steps into the hearing world. This film highlights how not all deaf teens want to be able to hear, and are often defiant against being part of the hearing world, but also the lengths some deaf teenagers will go to improve their hearing.
Two industrial designers devise an innovative new plastic sports drink bottle and a special sealing cap. The program introduces plastic as a material and shows the most common methods of manufacture used in the plastics industry.