The story of two unlikely friendships that might never have formed if not for a groundbreaking scheme. Called 'Best Buddies', the program matches up disabled and non-disabled students and has had growing success in NSW public high schools.
Alastair Sooke follows in the footsteps of Rome's mad, bad and dangerous emperors in the second part of his celebration of Roman art.
Seven people live under one roof to share the experience of changing their gender identities to become the men and women they have always wanted to be.
Three mates with their own individual skills deconstruct history by reconstructing the devices that made it. This fun, lively and fast paced 'hands on history' show reveals some surprising insights into the past.
During the most tumultuous time for media in generations, filmmaker Andrew Rossi gains unprecedented access to the newsroom at The New York Times. For a year, Rossi follows journalists on the paper's Media Desk, a department created to cover the transformation of the media industry.
This is the definitive account of how one man took control of the media and became one of the wealthiest, most powerful and feared figures in the world.
Professor Amanda Vickery returns to mark the 200th anniversary of the publication of Jane Austen's first novel Sense And Sensibility.
Migrations are ticking clocks: animals must move or die, driven by changing seasons and climates. They race to reach their destinations before it's too late to breed, feed or simply stay alive.
After a biopsy of her intestine, doctors find thousands of silent monsters living in a mother's tissue, but she's never left the country.
The 300-year old Paris Opera Ballet School is today a fabled place with an international reputation. It is home to 130 pupils, aged from eight to 18, all driven by an intense desire to succeed. Over the course of one year, this series follows the young dancers in their endeavours to survive the gruelling disciplines and training, to eventually form an elite group of ballet dancers at the top of their profession. In French.
By combining the eye-witness testimony of veterans with gripping military action, Desert War brings the North African campaign to life with a power and emotional intensity rarely accomplished on television.
God's artists have traditionally worked with images of the crucifix, Mary or Jesus, or created golden Buddhas or elaborate sculptures. Australia's Blake Prize for Religious Art was established in 1951 by a Catholic Jesuit priest and a Jewish lawyer to push the boundaries of contemporary religious art. Both deplored the sentimental religious art found in places of worship at that time. Compass brings you the story of the Blake by following four artists: Phil George, Marisa Purcell, Rodney Pople and Margaret Ackland, through the 2007 competition. All will make it through as finalists. And one will be highly commended.
Julia Bradbury starts her final walk in the beautiful world heritage city of Bath, where the Kennet and Avon Canal provided a 19th-century link between the country's two most important ports, Bristol and London.
The riveting inside story of the biggest manhunt in history - the search for Osama Bin Laden - including a startling new revelation on the origin of the plans for 9/11. Based on the new book by bestselling author Mark Bowden (Black Hawk Down).
Louise, Lyndsay and Shannon are among a small number of very young women who are signing up to be surrogate mums for couples they've only just medt. But, as they discover, the reality of giving someone a baby isn't exactly as they imagined it might be.
Sabour Bradley dives head first into the secret world of everyday Australians. From sex tapes to Aussies in Syria and so much more, Head First is a series about everyday Australians living extraordinary lives in hidden worlds.
Julia Bradbury's walk today takes her to North Wales, where 200 years ago the great engineer Thomas Telford had to overcome seemingly impossible challenges in order to access the valuable slate industries of Snowdonia.