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Tabloid bias satire
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Tabloid bias satire

Clip from The Feed
The Feed satirises the editorial process at Sydney's Daily Telegraph tabloid newspaper. Coarse language.

The Feed satirises the editorial process at Sydney's Daily Telegraph tabloid newspaper. Coarse language.

Australian Political Warrior parody
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Australian Political Warrior parody

Clip from The Feed
Mark Humphries tests his skills as a politician in a parody of Australian Ninja Warrior, awkwardly chatting with factory workers and shoppers, pretending to care about sport, ...

Mark Humphries tests his skills as a politician in a parody of Australian Ninja Warrior, awkwardly chatting with factory workers and shoppers, pretending to care about sport, backflipping on policy, using political cliches, and avoiding the question in interviews. (Coarse language.)

ABC Fora
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ABC Fora: January 29, 2009

ABC2  |  October 29, 2009
Robyn Archer, Larissa Behrendt, Ien Ang and Bridget Kendall discuss Australian stereotypes. Saree Makdisi looks at the controversial construction of the Museum of Tolerance in ...

Robyn Archer, Larissa Behrendt, Ien Ang and Bridget Kendall discuss Australian stereotypes. Saree Makdisi looks at the controversial construction of the Museum of Tolerance in Jerusalem. Scientist David Mills talks solar power, while Paul Auster reads from his new book.

The Intelligence Squared Debate
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The Intelligence Squared Debate: The US Alliance Is Our Best Defence

BBC World News  |  September 7, 2013
As China grows in power, does Australian security lie with the US? US Ambassador Jeffrey Bleich and Professor Zhu Feng, from Peking University are among the debaters.

As China grows in power, does Australian security lie with the US? US Ambassador Jeffrey Bleich and Professor Zhu Feng, from Peking University are among the debaters.

The Intelligence Squared Debate
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The Intelligence Squared Debate: Democracy Isn't Always Best

BBC World News  |  March 15, 2014
Is the Western assumption that democracy always leads to a more liberal and tolerant society correct? Events in Ukraine, Thailand, Egypt and Venezuela might imply not.

Is the Western assumption that democracy always leads to a more liberal and tolerant society correct? Events in Ukraine, Thailand, Egypt and Venezuela might imply not.

The Intelligence Squared Debate
46:44

The Intelligence Squared Debate: War On Terror

BBC World News  |  September 10, 2011
Intelligence Squared, the world's premier debating forum, takes you to the heart of the issues and the arguments that matter. The motion for this debate is 'The war on terror ...

Intelligence Squared, the world's premier debating forum, takes you to the heart of the issues and the arguments that matter. The motion for this debate is 'The war on terror was the right response to 9/11'.

The Intelligence Squared Debate
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The Intelligence Squared Debate: Break up the Tech Giants

BBC World News  |  February 3, 2018
Should we be worried about so much wealth and influence over our lives being centralised by a handful of tech giants? Nik Gowing chairs a lively debate.

Should we be worried about so much wealth and influence over our lives being centralised by a handful of tech giants? Nik Gowing chairs a lively debate.

The Intelligence Squared Debate
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The Intelligence Squared Debate: Australia's Boat People

BBC World News  |  May 17, 2014
As millions continue to flee the depredations of war, oppression and poverty, how will history judge the quality and character of the world's response? Dr Simon Longstaff chairs.

As millions continue to flee the depredations of war, oppression and poverty, how will history judge the quality and character of the world's response? Dr Simon Longstaff chairs.

The Intelligence Squared Debate
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The Intelligence Squared Debate: God Should Be Protected From Insult

BBC World News  |  November 30, 2013
Should God and the Prophets enjoy protection from insult? Or is it time to expand the scope of protected free speech so that one may mock or insult God and the Prophets?

Should God and the Prophets enjoy protection from insult? Or is it time to expand the scope of protected free speech so that one may mock or insult God and the Prophets?

ABC Fora
56:10

ABC Fora: November 11, 2009

ABC2  |  November 5, 2009
Tony Jones as Richard Ackland and Waleed Aly engage in a healthy bout of inter-city rivalry. Michael Moore discusses his new film. Terence Tao analyses prime numbers.

Tony Jones as Richard Ackland and Waleed Aly engage in a healthy bout of inter-city rivalry. Michael Moore discusses his new film. Terence Tao analyses prime numbers.

ABC Fora
54:44

ABC Fora: November 1, 2009

ABC2  |  November 1, 2009
Tony Jones as Richard Ackland and Waleed Aly engage in a healthy bout of inter-city rivalry. Michael Moore discusses his new film. Terence Tao analyses prime numbers.

Tony Jones as Richard Ackland and Waleed Aly engage in a healthy bout of inter-city rivalry. Michael Moore discusses his new film. Terence Tao analyses prime numbers.

The Kennedy Files
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The Kennedy Files: Cover Ups

Episode 4  |  The History Channel  |  December 17, 2016
Becoming President isn't just a matter of what you show America, but what you hide as well. Once inside the White House, the truth behind the Kennedy mystique requires ...

Becoming President isn't just a matter of what you show America, but what you hide as well. Once inside the White House, the truth behind the Kennedy mystique requires extensive cover-ups that threaten to undo the family forever. When confronted with political peril - from mob connections to sexual encounters with possible spies - Bobby Kennedy writes a virtual magician's handbook on how cover-ups are done.

ABC Fora
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ABC Fora: November 19, 2009

ABC2  |  November 19, 2009
Aboriginal academic, lawyer and activist Larissa Behrendt talks with Germaine Greer about addressing the crisis in indigenous communities. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on ...

Aboriginal academic, lawyer and activist Larissa Behrendt talks with Germaine Greer about addressing the crisis in indigenous communities. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on negotiating complete creative freedom. Comedian Anh Do with a warm and funny account of how he and his family arrived as Vietnamese boat people and found success in Australia. Former Somali child soldier Emmanuel Jal with an inspirational tale of surviving a truly horrific childhood.

ABC Fora
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ABC Fora: December 3, 2009

ABC2  |  December 3, 2009
Aboriginal academic, lawyer and activist Larissa Behrendt talks with Germaine Greer about addressing the crisis in indigenous communities. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on ...

Aboriginal academic, lawyer and activist Larissa Behrendt talks with Germaine Greer about addressing the crisis in indigenous communities. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on negotiating complete creative freedom. Comedian Anh Do with a warm and funny account of how he and his family arrived as Vietnamese boat people and found success in Australia. Former Somali child soldier Emmanuel Jal with an inspirational tale of surviving a truly horrific childhood.

The Kennedy Files
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The Kennedy Files: The Image

Season 1  |  Episode 5  |  The History Channel  |  December 19, 2016
No family knows what a powerful image can do better than the Kennedy's. They created a carefully crafted image that helped catapult them to the forefront of American politics ...

No family knows what a powerful image can do better than the Kennedy's. They created a carefully crafted image that helped catapult them to the forefront of American politics and into the hearts of the America people. From fashion statements to Presidential mannerisms, here is how the Kennedy's redefine 'the Image' of power and set new standards for the rich and powerful.

ABC Fora
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ABC Fora: November 15, 2009

ABC2  |  November 15, 2009
Aboriginal academic, lawyer and activist Larissa Behrendt talks with Germaine Greer about addressing the crisis in indigenous communities. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on ...

Aboriginal academic, lawyer and activist Larissa Behrendt talks with Germaine Greer about addressing the crisis in indigenous communities. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on negotiating complete creative freedom. Comedian Anh Do with a warm and funny account of how he and his family arrived as Vietnamese boat people and found success in Australia. Former Somali child soldier Emmanuel Jal with an inspirational tale of surviving a truly horrific childhood.

ABC Fora
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ABC Fora: November 26, 2009

ABC2  |  November 26, 2009
Aboriginal academic, lawyer and activist Larissa Behrendt talks with Germaine Greer about addressing the crisis in indigenous communities. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on ...

Aboriginal academic, lawyer and activist Larissa Behrendt talks with Germaine Greer about addressing the crisis in indigenous communities. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on negotiating complete creative freedom. Comedian Anh Do with a warm and funny account of how he and his family arrived as Vietnamese boat people and found success in Australia. Former Somali child soldier Emmanuel Jal with an inspirational tale of surviving a truly horrific childhood.

The Kennedy Files
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The Kennedy Files: The Fortune

Season 1  |  Episode 6  |  The History Channel  |  December 26, 2016
Behind every Kingdom there is a fortune. The Kennedy's may be America's most public family but when the subject turns to money their silence is deafening. Sorting out the ...

Behind every Kingdom there is a fortune. The Kennedy's may be America's most public family but when the subject turns to money their silence is deafening. Sorting out the facts from the myths, here's how the Kennedy's become one of America's wealthiest families, how they keep it and how that fortune fuels a dynasty.

The Kennedy Files
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The Kennedy Files: John F. Kennedy Jr.

Season 1  |  Episode 9  |  The History Channel  |  January 21, 2017
John Kennedy Jr has it all: wealth, looks, an easy charm. More than any Kennedy of his generation, he seems to wear the crown lightly - George Clooney with a political ...

John Kennedy Jr has it all: wealth, looks, an easy charm. More than any Kennedy of his generation, he seems to wear the crown lightly - George Clooney with a political pedigree. But while he appears carefree and light-hearted in public, he always works from a carefully-written script - one that was started virtually the moment he was born. No matter how he might try to deviate from it, in the end, he cannot escape the role that destiny and America have chosen for him to play.

The Kennedy Files
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The Kennedy Files: Notorious Cases

Season 1  |  Episode 8  |  The History Channel  |  January 14, 2017
The Kennedy's have gone from America's most admired (even martyred) family to "presumed guilty". A series of high-profile Kennedy criminal cases guarantee America will rush to ...

The Kennedy's have gone from America's most admired (even martyred) family to "presumed guilty". A series of high-profile Kennedy criminal cases guarantee America will rush to judgement. These cases reveal the double-edged sword of fame and privilege. Justice may be blind, but these cases reveal how the very name Kennedy can be either a 'get out of jail free card' or a target for vendettas.

ABC Fora
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ABC Fora: November 8, 2009

ABC2  |  November 8, 2009
Aboriginal academic, lawyer and activist Larissa Behrendt talks with Germaine Greer about addressing the crisis in indigenous communities. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on ...

Aboriginal academic, lawyer and activist Larissa Behrendt talks with Germaine Greer about addressing the crisis in indigenous communities. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on negotiating complete creative freedom. Comedian Anh Do with a warm and funny account of how he and his family arrived as Vietnamese boat people and found success in Australia. Former Somali child soldier Emmanuel Jal with an inspirational tale of surviving a truly horrific childhood.

ABC Fora
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ABC Fora: November 12, 2009

ABC2  |  November 12, 2009
Aboriginal academic, lawyer and activist Larissa Behrendt talks with Germaine Greer about addressing the crisis in indigenous communities. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on ...

Aboriginal academic, lawyer and activist Larissa Behrendt talks with Germaine Greer about addressing the crisis in indigenous communities. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on negotiating complete creative freedom. Comedian Anh Do with a warm and funny account of how he and his family arrived as Vietnamese boat people and found success in Australia. Former Somali child soldier Emmanuel Jal with an inspirational tale of surviving a truly horrific childhood.

ABC Fora
54:30

ABC Fora: November 22, 2009

ABC2  |  November 22, 2009
Aboriginal academic, lawyer and activist Larissa Behrendt talks with Germaine Greer about addressing the crisis in indigenous communities. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on ...

Aboriginal academic, lawyer and activist Larissa Behrendt talks with Germaine Greer about addressing the crisis in indigenous communities. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on negotiating complete creative freedom. Comedian Anh Do with a warm and funny account of how he and his family arrived as Vietnamese boat people and found success in Australia. Former Somali child soldier Emmanuel Jal with an inspirational tale of surviving a truly horrific childhood.

Shaun Micallef's Mad as Hell
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Shaun Micallef's Mad as Hell

Season 6  |  Episode 1  |  ABC  |  May 11, 2016
Shaun Micallef gives voice to a nation's rage in this, his 6th season of the award winning MAD AS HELL. ABC audiences can expect to be either pleasantly or unpleasantly ...

Shaun Micallef gives voice to a nation's rage in this, his 6th season of the award winning MAD AS HELL. ABC audiences can expect to be either pleasantly or unpleasantly surprised depending on whether they like the changes we've made. For example, the old cast has been sacked and replaced with some of the still hypnotised subjects from the first episode of Daryl Somer's show. Also, the writers have been replaced with the same automated software developed by the ABC to write Janet King the Dr Blake Mysteries. We've kept a few things too, like the host and the unspeakable stains on the ceiling of his office. To raise money for charity, the San Antonio Spurs basketball team is miniaturised, injected into Iggy Pop's head and given just 60 minutes to find five living brain cells which it can challenge to a game of 'hoops'. #MadAsHellTV

The Roaring 20s
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The Roaring 20s

The History Channel  |  December 11, 2016
This is a look into the events that laid the foundation for Australia in the 21st Century. Between 1919 and 1939 Australia turned from a rural backwater of the British Empire ...

This is a look into the events that laid the foundation for Australia in the 21st Century. Between 1919 and 1939 Australia turned from a rural backwater of the British Empire to a South East Asian nation. Award-winning journalist and author Chris Masters investigates the tumultuous 1920s and 30s and tells the story of parents, grandparents and great-grandparents who survived crisis after crisis and laid the groundwork for the nation we know today. In Australian mythology nationhood was forged in the slaughter of Gallipoli in 1915. But in The Years That Made Us, Chris Masters introduces a very different proposition. Far from bringing the nation together, the First World War tore the country apart and threatened to destroy the Federation dream. The Great Depression wrecked a struggling recovery and just when light appeared on the horizon the gates of hell reopened with the Second World War. The 21 years between the First and Second World Wars saw the world change faster than at any other time in history. The eruption of Communism and Fascism and the Great Depression were the big picture backdrops to extraordinary changes in culture and technology. The changes brought about in the vast desert continent were unique. In a personal journey that takes in big-picture history and his own family's story, Chris explores the idea that Australia's response to the tumultuous 21 years was unlike that of any other country.

Artscape
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Artscape: In Conversation With Virginia Trioli - Annie Liebovitz

ABC  |  June 21, 2011
In this week's revealing interview, Trioli chats with world renowned photographer and chronicler of our times, Annie Leibovitz. Through Leibovitz's iconic imagery, the program ...

In this week's revealing interview, Trioli chats with world renowned photographer and chronicler of our times, Annie Leibovitz. Through Leibovitz's iconic imagery, the program tracks her incredible journey, from her beginnings as an art student in San Francisco during the 1960s, through her lifelong partnership with the acclaimed intellectual and writer Susan Sontag, right through to her status today as one of the most sought after celebrity portrait photographers.

Compass
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Compass: Can A Scientist Believe?

ABC  |  May 19, 2018
Kumi Taguchi explores if and how it's possible to reconcile faith with science.

Kumi Taguchi explores if and how it's possible to reconcile faith with science.

Big Ideas Arts
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Big Ideas Arts: St James Ethics Centre - Raymond Gaita

ABC  |  September 14, 2014
Philosopher Raymond Gaita speaks with Simon Longstaff, seemingly without constraint, about the "examined life and the role a philosopher might play."

Philosopher Raymond Gaita speaks with Simon Longstaff, seemingly without constraint, about the "examined life and the role a philosopher might play."

Compass
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Compass: Secrets of the Masons (Part 2)

ABC  |  June 16, 2018
Many believe the Freemasons are a secret society that has long ruled the world. Follow the grand master of Scotland through his own installation and on to Washington DC to ...

Many believe the Freemasons are a secret society that has long ruled the world. Follow the grand master of Scotland through his own installation and on to Washington DC to witness the installation of a new grand master.

Shaun Micallef's Mad as Hell
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Shaun Micallef's Mad as Hell: November 9, 2016

ABC2 Kids  |  November 9, 2016
Investigating a string of murders in which the victims were all found bound in string, a detective wonders whether the deaths are the work of 'the String Killer'. Unsure, he ...

Investigating a string of murders in which the victims were all found bound in string, a detective wonders whether the deaths are the work of 'the String Killer'. Unsure, he retires.

Shaun Micallef's Mad as Hell
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Shaun Micallef's Mad as Hell: October 26, 2016

ABC2 Kids  |  October 26, 2016
You might think you know all about sugar, but how much do you really know about sugar? Everything you need to know about sugar - and some things you perhaps didn't need to ...

You might think you know all about sugar, but how much do you really know about sugar? Everything you need to know about sugar - and some things you perhaps didn't need to know! About sugar.

Big Ideas Arts
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Big Ideas Arts: Griffith Review - Culture Wars or Cultural Solutions?

ABC  |  June 15, 2014
Robyn Archer and Julianne Schultz, two of the smartest cultural leaders in Australia, come together to share their opinions, wealth of experience and quick wit as they battle ...

Robyn Archer and Julianne Schultz, two of the smartest cultural leaders in Australia, come together to share their opinions, wealth of experience and quick wit as they battle against the cultural naysayers.

Resilience, rights and respectful relationships can be modelled at school to inform students about positive relationships at school, home and the world. Share this playlist that focuses on building positive relationships.
Classrooms are where respect and equality can be modelled as well as inform young people about violence and how it can be prevented. Share this playlist which focuses on building respectful relationships.
In August 1945 the US dropped two nuclear bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, devastating the Japanese cities. See the aftermath of the attacks while exploring the history of nuclear disasters. (ACDSEH107, ACDSEH127)
With the rise of new technologies ever wondered how they work or what impact they have on individuals? Find all about the rise of technologies through this great playlist.
Numeracy can be tricky to teach in a hands on classroom. Use this numeracy focus playlist to help you create meaningful and fun learning experiences in and outside the classroom.
On April 27, 1994, millions of first-time voters cast their ballots in South Africa's first free elections, ushering in the presidency of Mandela. Learn about the enormous change from those who lived it.
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