This series of short documentaries presents biographical accounts of Australian personalities, both past and present, drawn from various facets of Australian life. Today: Mary MacKillop.
See how ferrous and non-ferrous metals are separated as used cars go from the scrapheap to recycled steel.
Many Australians claim they would stand up to racism, but is this true This experiment shows what happens when racism happens in public.
The fascinating story of why The Crusades began and the eventual fall of Constantinople, becoming Istanbul.
Sam Best, who is on the autism spectrum, arrives in Africa with his dad and needs to adapt to new sights, sounds and a new way of interacting with others.
A look at how one musician is built a music system that uses coding to manipulate his voice and create music.
Sami Shah has been in Australia for less than a year, but he's already made a name for himself on the stand up comedy circuit.
Walkley Award winning 7.30 journalist Monique Schafter delivers a short, sharp dose of modern life via ABC2's interstitial series, Reportable. In this episode, beards are back but what exactly is behind this trend that's seeing everyone from Oscar winners to sports stars growing lengthy facial hair and trendy barbershops popping up all over the country?
An introduction to the major mass extinctions in Earth's history - and the evidence found in rock layers that the dinosaurs died out suddenly.
Nancy Wake is one of the most decorated women of World War II. She was a journalist working in Paris when the war broke out. Horrified by Germany’s aggression, she joined the French resistance smuggling allied soldiers out of occupied France.
A series of physical challenges in Africa, including boxing and white water rafting, expand Sam's world and make him better at social interactions.
Parents visit adult children at a mental health unit where they discuss their treatment and hopes for the future.
Emma Johnston meets the XL Catlin Seaview Survey team, who are filming the Great Barrier Reef as a baseline record for monitoring climate change, with Google Street View.
In 1822 Governor Thomas Brisbane offers land grants beyond the Blue Mountains to British settlers, dispossessing Wiradjuri people of their territory.
Historian Hamish MaxwellStewart gives Neil Oliver a tour of the Port Arthur convict settlement, revealing the detailed records of prisoners, and visiting the panopticon prison and solitary confinement cells.
Neil Oliver visits Peel Island in Moreton Bay, where historian Thom Blake describes the colony where leprosy sufferers were quarantined from 1907 to 1959.
Brian Cox visits NASA's Space Power Facility, the world's largest vacuum chamber, and recreates Galileo Galilei's Galileo's Leaning Tower of Pisa experiment, with feathers and a bowling ball.
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