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Featuring interviews with all of the 2010 Nobel laureates, this program is a unique opportunity to learn about the men and women who have won the Nobel Prizes in Physics, ...

Featuring interviews with all of the 2010 Nobel laureates, this program is a unique opportunity to learn about the men and women who have won the Nobel Prizes in Physics, Chemistry, Economics or Medicine, Literature and Peace.

A group of teenagers attend weekend role-playing retreats that create a fantasy world where they can live out their dreams, make friends and improve their mental health.

A group of teenagers attend weekend role-playing retreats that create a fantasy world where they can live out their dreams, make friends and improve their mental health.

Veterinarian Ben Cunneen and vet nurse Natalie Beohm were good friends through their work at the Redlands Veterinary Clinic, near Brisbane. Last year, they ended up in ...

Veterinarian Ben Cunneen and vet nurse Natalie Beohm were good friends through their work at the Redlands Veterinary Clinic, near Brisbane. Last year, they ended up in adjoining hospital rooms - the latest victims of the deadly and mysterious Hendra horse virus. The virus, which was discovered in a Brisbane suburb only 15 years ago, is one of the most virulent on the planet - with a 50 percent death rate.

Presented by Anton Enus along with guests from the media, politics, academia and the community, this forum debate will look at the media's role in reflecting Australian ...

Presented by Anton Enus along with guests from the media, politics, academia and the community, this forum debate will look at the media's role in reflecting Australian diversity. Ten years on from Tampa and the September 11 terrorist attacks, it asks how the Australian media are shaping and describing the debate about diversity in Australia. With asylum seekers dominating debate around immigration and multiculturalism, can Australia have a debate about diversity without polarising people?

Sporting excellence can take many forms and this program introduces us to one of Australia's lesser known international champions. He's twenty-two year old Dylan Parker and ...

Sporting excellence can take many forms and this program introduces us to one of Australia's lesser known international champions. He's twenty-two year old Dylan Parker and he reveals how his love of his sport inspired him to soar through a terrifying medical crisis.

As one half of famed media duo 'Jono & Dano', Ian 'Dano' Rogerson enjoyed a decade-long run in the 1980s with top-rating radio shows and a string of national television ...

As one half of famed media duo 'Jono & Dano', Ian 'Dano' Rogerson enjoyed a decade-long run in the 1980s with top-rating radio shows and a string of national television programs. But while Jonathan Coleman went on to forge a career in Britain, Ian Rogerson all but disappeared from the media spotlight. Why would you jettison a successful media career? In Ian Rogerson's case, it was because of his young son, Jack. Diagnosed with autism as a toddler, Jack Rogerson was hyperactive, could barely speak and was unable to express ordinary affection. Like many parents of autistic children, Ian and his wife Nicole were left struggling to find their way.

Mark Kennedy was Britain's longest-serving and most controversial undercover police officer. For eight years he lived a remarkable double-life, infiltrating Europe's far-left ...

Mark Kennedy was Britain's longest-serving and most controversial undercover police officer. For eight years he lived a remarkable double-life, infiltrating Europe's far-left extremist political groups and environmental campaigners. Now, with his cover blown, he lives in fear for his life. His former 'friends' in the protest movement say he's a traitorous agent provocateur who set them up. His police bosses say he's 'gone native', and his wife has disowned him.

This two-part drama series explores the tangled, increasingly complicated lives of four inner-Sydney lesbians as they struggle to work out who they are, find a place where ...

This two-part drama series explores the tangled, increasingly complicated lives of four inner-Sydney lesbians as they struggle to work out who they are, find a place where they belong, and maybe even find someone to love along the way.

Ian Conway is a man determined to make a difference. Twenty years ago he made a promise to an Aboriginal elder. It was a big promise and for years Ian was haunted by the fact ...

Ian Conway is a man determined to make a difference. Twenty years ago he made a promise to an Aboriginal elder. It was a big promise and for years Ian was haunted by the fact that he hadn't delivered. His commitment was partly motivated by his own early years as a homeless child in the camps around Alice Springs. Despite the toughest of starts in life, Ian Conway went to school and even became a prefect. Many years later, after carving a station out of of the bush in Central Australia and creating a successful tourist enterprise, he finally turned his mind to the 'unfinished business' of his promise to his friend.

Discover the realities of open-sea sailing as Robin Knox-Johnston, the first person ever to sail single-handed, non-stop around the world, aims to give his fellow adventurers ...

Discover the realities of open-sea sailing as Robin Knox-Johnston, the first person ever to sail single-handed, non-stop around the world, aims to give his fellow adventurers - newsman John Simpson and polar explorer Ranulph Fiennes - a taste of his world as a professional sailor. They attempt to sail on a voyage around Cape Horn, the most forbidding stretch of water on the planet.

Peter Andrews is a farmer and horseman with passion for healing damaged Australian landscapes through a method he calls natural sequence farming. For decades it seemed no one ...

Peter Andrews is a farmer and horseman with passion for healing damaged Australian landscapes through a method he calls natural sequence farming. For decades it seemed no one would listen. But, increasingly scientific test results are providing persuasive evidence that the methods can work. And some very high profile supporters are throwing their weight behind Peter Andrews.

This two-part drama series explores the tangled, increasingly complicated lives of four inner-Sydney lesbians as they struggle to work out who they are, find a place where ...

This two-part drama series explores the tangled, increasingly complicated lives of four inner-Sydney lesbians as they struggle to work out who they are, find a place where they belong, and maybe even find someone to love along the way. Created by writer/director Julie Kalceff and stars Bianca Bradey, Sarah de Possesse, Rosie Lourde, and Lauren Orrell.

Archibald prize-winning painter and activist Ben Quilty and indigenous filmmaker and visual artist Warwick Thornton discuss their work, passions, shared experiences and their ...

Archibald prize-winning painter and activist Ben Quilty and indigenous filmmaker and visual artist Warwick Thornton discuss their work, passions, shared experiences and their takes on the world.

Autopsy On a Dream is a controversial and provocative BBC film about the building of the Sydney Opera House, directed by John Weiley in 1968 and thought to be lost for 45 ...

Autopsy On a Dream is a controversial and provocative BBC film about the building of the Sydney Opera House, directed by John Weiley in 1968 and thought to be lost for 45 years. Weiley was commissioned to direct and produce the film by the then BBC Two Controller David Attenborough. A dramatic story of the building's construction and architect Jorn Utzon's ultimate departure from the project, the film caused controversy from the outset.

In the history of sports, few names are more recognisable than that of Evel Knievel. Long after the man hung up his famous white leather jumpsuit and rode his Harley into the ...

In the history of sports, few names are more recognisable than that of Evel Knievel. Long after the man hung up his famous white leather jumpsuit and rode his Harley into the sunset, his name is still synonymous with the death-defying lifestyle he led. Notoriously brash, bold and daring, Knievel stared death in the face, but few know the larger-than-life story of the boy from Butte, Montana. Academy Award-winning filmmaker Daniel Junge and actor-producer Johnny Knoxville take a candid look at the American daredevil and icon.

In the two-part documentary, Hardcore Profits award-winning British filmmaker, Tim Samuels explores the rising pervasiveness of pornography, discovering how new technology is ...

In the two-part documentary, Hardcore Profits award-winning British filmmaker, Tim Samuels explores the rising pervasiveness of pornography, discovering how new technology is changing porn, and questions porn films' reluctance to portray safe sex on screen. In Episode 1 Samuels explores how in the 21st century, pornography has never been more profitable or more pervasive. He sees how pornography is now piped into people's lives via new technologies and how this is creating powerful new revenue streams for supposedly 'family friendly' mobile phone and credit card companies.

Polar explorer Ranulph Fiennes lost the tips of several fingers due to the frostbite he received on his last Arctic expedition. Now, returning to the sea ice for the first ...

Polar explorer Ranulph Fiennes lost the tips of several fingers due to the frostbite he received on his last Arctic expedition. Now, returning to the sea ice for the first time, he is determined to give his two colleagues a real taste of the hardships involved in Arctic travel.

A Boy Called Alex: the Concert is the sequel to Alex: A Passion for Life. The concert features highlights from the astonishing production of Bach's St Matthew Passion, ...

A Boy Called Alex: the Concert is the sequel to Alex: A Passion for Life. The concert features highlights from the astonishing production of Bach's St Matthew Passion, conducted by Alex Stobbs. Cambridge music scholar and cystic fibrosis sufferer, Alex Stobbs captured the heart of the nation with his inspiring story of hope and determination. Battling his crippling disease, Alex continues to turn his musical dreams into reality. He conducted the St Matthew Passion in front of a packed house of 800 paying audience members at the famous Cadogan Hall in London.

In the two-part documentary, Hardcore Profits award-winning British filmmaker, Tim Samuels explores the rising pervasiveness of pornography, discovering how new technology is ...

In the two-part documentary, Hardcore Profits award-winning British filmmaker, Tim Samuels explores the rising pervasiveness of pornography, discovering how new technology is changing porn, and questions porn films' reluctance to portray safe sex on screen. In Episode 1 Samuels explores how in the 21st century, pornography has never been more profitable or more pervasive. He sees how pornography is now piped into people's lives via new technologies and how this is creating powerful new revenue streams for supposedly 'family friendly' mobile phone and credit card companies.

Forty years after it happened, this is the never before told true story of the courage and compassion, the heartbreak and heroes of the Granville Train Disaster. For the first ...

Forty years after it happened, this is the never before told true story of the courage and compassion, the heartbreak and heroes of the Granville Train Disaster. For the first time, survivors and rescuers are reunited to recall the fateful moments on January 18, 1977 when a regular train ride from the Blue Mountains to work, a shopping trip to the city or a school holiday adventure instead became a journey that would end as Australia's worst rail tragedy. The full story behind the crash of the 6.09am Mount Victoria service to Central Station, Sydney, which derailed and brought down Granville's Bold Street Bridge, crushing two crowded carriages and eventually claiming 83 lives.

Four years ago Australian Story featured a farmer and horse breeder called Peter Andrews who seemed to have a rare ability to transform degraded Australian landscapes into ...

Four years ago Australian Story featured a farmer and horse breeder called Peter Andrews who seemed to have a rare ability to transform degraded Australian landscapes into thriving oases. He called it natural sequence farming and it was producing some spectacular results. But for nearly thirty years, Peter Andrews' work was rejected by scientists, bureaucrats and politicians alike - until the evidence became difficult to ignore.

When Justin Yerbury's family members began to die from motor neurone disease he made a life-changing decision. He turned his back on a professional basketball career and ...

When Justin Yerbury's family members began to die from motor neurone disease he made a life-changing decision. He turned his back on a professional basketball career and enrolled in a science degree. Almost 20 years later, he is an internationally recognised expert on the disease, leading the way in the search for a treatment. Recently, however, Justin's work took on a terrible urgency as he too developed symptoms of MND. As Australian Story filmed with Justin and his family, his condition deteriorated dramatically, requiring difficult decisions to enable him to continue his search for a cure. Having met Justin in 2017, Professor Stephen Hawking recorded the introduction to this story shortly before his death from motor neurone disease.

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.

Shark Tank
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Shark Tank

Season 3  |  Episode 5  |  TEN  |  July 18, 2017
Has 24-year-old Jade found a gap in the beauty market? Can a Queensland entrepreneur entice the Sharks into his invention? Can an online mattress business secure a ...

Has 24-year-old Jade found a gap in the beauty market? Can a Queensland entrepreneur entice the Sharks into his invention? Can an online mattress business secure a half-million dollar investment?

We're looking at technology and the problems of cyber attacks. There's a robot who can take your place at school, the fine print you are asked to sign up to on social media, ...

We're looking at technology and the problems of cyber attacks. There's a robot who can take your place at school, the fine print you are asked to sign up to on social media, and lessons in a virtual classroom.

Shark Tank
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Shark Tank

Season 3  |  Episode 8  |  TEN  |  August 15, 2017
First in the tank is a 33-year-old looking for investment in her food business, Be Fit Food. Next, three mates pitch their Beer Pal app. Finally, will the Sharks bite on a ...

First in the tank is a 33-year-old looking for investment in her food business, Be Fit Food. Next, three mates pitch their Beer Pal app. Finally, will the Sharks bite on a motorcycle adventure business?

We present the answers to your questions in this special. We investigate palm oil, how new words make the dictionary, why we sleep, and we try to figure out whether space is ...

We present the answers to your questions in this special. We investigate palm oil, how new words make the dictionary, why we sleep, and we try to figure out whether space is infinite.

A look at kids making a difference in their world. We check out kids taking on guide dog puppy training; how a Minecraft design became a playground reality, changing school ...

A look at kids making a difference in their world. We check out kids taking on guide dog puppy training; how a Minecraft design became a playground reality, changing school uniform policy; and turning puppies into sheepdogs.

Is Asperger's syndrome the next stage of human evolution? Professor Tony Attwood believes the "out of the box" thought processes of people on the autism spectrum will solve ...

Is Asperger's syndrome the next stage of human evolution? Professor Tony Attwood believes the "out of the box" thought processes of people on the autism spectrum will solve the world's big problems. He is credited with being the first clinical psychologist to present Asperger's syndrome not as something to be "fixed " but as a gift, evidenced in many of the great inventors and artists throughout history. Professor Attwood is highly regarded for his ability to connect with and bring out the talents of people with Asperger's. He describes himself as a translator between the "neurotypical" and Asperger's worlds. But while Professor Attwood has reached the top of his field, he reveals on Australian Story the personal cost of a missed diagnosis in his own family. Early in his career, he didn't see the signs of Asperger's in his son Will. The consequences were devastating for everyone.

Concluding the story of Dassi Erlich and her two sisters, who are fighting to extradite their former headmistress from Israel to face sexual abuse charges. After the alleged ...

Concluding the story of Dassi Erlich and her two sisters, who are fighting to extradite their former headmistress from Israel to face sexual abuse charges. After the alleged abuse against the three sisters came to light in 2008, principal Malka Leifer was stood down by the Adass Israel school which facilitated her immediate departure to Israel. Although Australian authorities have been trying to extradite her for several years Malka Leifer convinced the Israeli courts she was too mentally unwell to face a hearing. That prompted an undercover operation to prove her mental fitness which recently resulted in Malka Leifer's return to jail. For Dassi and her two sisters - Nicole and Elly - justice finally seems closer than ever before.

Leading The Way Graham Long’s decision to retire presented a real challenge for Sydney's Wayside Chapel. How best to replace a visionary pastor who had served the city's ...

Leading The Way Graham Long’s decision to retire presented a real challenge for Sydney's Wayside Chapel. How best to replace a visionary pastor who had served the city's homeless and vulnerable for 14 years? When Graham took over as pastor in 2004, the iconic Sydney institution had gone to wrack and ruin. Under his leadership, it grew from a crumbling drop-in centre for the homeless to a vibrant community offering a range of services for those in need. Graham always remembered a young social worker-turned-pastor he had met in Western Sydney. Jon Owen had thrown in a comfortable middle-class existence in Melbourne to move his family to Sydney's Mt Druitt and run a mini version of the Wayside from his lounge room. Jon joined Wayside Chapel as assistant Pastor in 2016, and after a robust international search, he successfully won the role as CEO and Pastor in 2018. Now installed as the new pastor, Jon is proving a popular choice, bringing generational change and continuing the same unconditional love that the Wayside is famous for.

Dassi Erlich and her two sisters are a formidable force. Their ongoing battle to extradite former headmistress Malka Leifer from Israel to face sexual abuse allegations in ...

Dassi Erlich and her two sisters are a formidable force. Their ongoing battle to extradite former headmistress Malka Leifer from Israel to face sexual abuse allegations in Australia has made headlines across the globe. But despite the public attention, the personal stories of the three sisters have remained largely private. In the first program of a two-part special, Nicole Meyer and Elly Sapper give their first Australian interviews and, together with Dassi, speak candidly about their time at the Adass Israel school in Melbourne. The program also features extracts from Dassi Erlich's teenage diary which provide a haunting account of her traumatic childhood. Introduced by Ted Baillieu, former premier of Victoria.

Hannah and Eliza find out how to make friends and be popular. They follow old and new advice on making conversation, planning a party and being the perfect hostess. Eliza uses ...

Hannah and Eliza find out how to make friends and be popular. They follow old and new advice on making conversation, planning a party and being the perfect hostess. Eliza uses the internet to become a cool girl and find her squad.

We check out some health issues including what it's like to have epilepsy, whether sunglasses should be compulsory at school, are vitamin supplements necessary, and a kid who ...

We check out some health issues including what it's like to have epilepsy, whether sunglasses should be compulsory at school, are vitamin supplements necessary, and a kid who made hospital parking affordable.

A look at the lives of kids from the country. How they get their education, live with natural disasters and how they contribute to life on a farm. There's also an amazing ...

A look at the lives of kids from the country. How they get their education, live with natural disasters and how they contribute to life on a farm. There's also an amazing mural on country wheat silos featuring local students.

A look at the environmental issues making the news. We check out clean coal and whether it's an effective alternative. Banning balloons from outdoor celebrations, plus a ...

A look at the environmental issues making the news. We check out clean coal and whether it's an effective alternative. Banning balloons from outdoor celebrations, plus a nine-year-old taking on the US government.

Our focus is on animals, including why whales sometimes beach themselves. We check out a platypus census and see how facial recognition technology is helping the weedy ...

Our focus is on animals, including why whales sometimes beach themselves. We check out a platypus census and see how facial recognition technology is helping the weedy seadragon. Then to Mongolia for some eagle hunting.

A campaign to get parents to behave well when they watch kids' sport. The first AFL women's league launched, plus we find out where Aussie rules started. Then, boys getting ...

A campaign to get parents to behave well when they watch kids' sport. The first AFL women's league launched, plus we find out where Aussie rules started. Then, boys getting into synchronised swimming.

When medical student Dinesh Palipana was left a quadriplegic after a horrific car accident, he was told he would never become a doctor. Unable to feel anything in his arms and ...

When medical student Dinesh Palipana was left a quadriplegic after a horrific car accident, he was told he would never become a doctor. Unable to feel anything in his arms and legs, he knew as a third-year medical student that his spine had been damaged and his life had changed forever. Not even his best friends thought he would be able to finish medical school. Eight years later, he's one of the top young medicos working in busy Gold Coast University Hospital. Introduced by Queensland Ambulance Service medical director Dr Stephen Rashford.

How should young ladies navigate the workforce? Eliza 'goes big' to get an employer's attention and tests being a bitch to get ahead. Hannah tests the old method of being a ...

How should young ladies navigate the workforce? Eliza 'goes big' to get an employer's attention and tests being a bitch to get ahead. Hannah tests the old method of being a nurturing mother to the boys at work.

Children growing up amongst poverty, drug addiction or chronic unemployment have the odds stacked against them. But with strength and resilience, some kids can break the cycle ...

Children growing up amongst poverty, drug addiction or chronic unemployment have the odds stacked against them. But with strength and resilience, some kids can break the cycle and disadvantage. Marc Fennell profiles three such young people and asks what it takes to survive growing up tough?

John Guthrie and Dennis Cash never wanted kids. In fact, they had never even discussed the idea. But 20 years ago, an ad in the local paper made them stop and think - did they ...

John Guthrie and Dennis Cash never wanted kids. In fact, they had never even discussed the idea. But 20 years ago, an ad in the local paper made them stop and think - did they have what it takes to foster a child? Ignoring the doubts of friends and overcoming their own misgivings about how they may be perceived as a same sex couple, they decided to become foster parents. And, despite a rocky start and some bumps along the way, 'the daughters' and 'their Dads' have morphed into a remarkable 21st-century family. After two decades of fostering and mentoring teenage girls from diverse backgrounds, including Africa and Afghanistan, John and Dennis are the proud fathers of a growing family. In this intimate tale of domestic life, we hear what it's like to foster and be fostered - the pratfalls, the pitfalls and the complicated joys that only family can bring.

Sydney-born woman Justine Damond Ruszczyk was living in Minneapolis and weeks away from her wedding when she was shot dead by a US police officer in shocking circumstances ...

Sydney-born woman Justine Damond Ruszczyk was living in Minneapolis and weeks away from her wedding when she was shot dead by a US police officer in shocking circumstances that are yet to be explained.

Melissa Holland thought she was 'lucky' when a last-minute seat became available for a getaway break on King Island with five colleagues. This was the start of a tragic turn ...

Melissa Holland thought she was 'lucky' when a last-minute seat became available for a getaway break on King Island with five colleagues. This was the start of a tragic turn of events.

Taryn Brumfitt is the Adelaide mother-of-three behind a global movement inspiring women to make peace with their bodies. Like many mothers, Taryn loathed her post-baby shape ...

Taryn Brumfitt is the Adelaide mother-of-three behind a global movement inspiring women to make peace with their bodies. Like many mothers, Taryn loathed her post-baby shape and threw herself into dieting and bodybuilding to attain the ‘perfect’ body. Realising it was an impossible ideal, she made the choice to love her body instead and posted a photo of her "real" body online … and the response was extraordinary. Taryn started a movement, made a documentary and is now knocking on Hollywood’s door to spread the message that women should embrace the skin they're in.

Can Of Worms
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Can Of Worms

Season 2  |  Episode 8  |  Ten  |  October 8, 2012
Join host, Chrissie Swan, as she opens another Can of Worms this week with celebrity guests: Genevieve Morris, James Mathison and Anthony Callea.

Join host, Chrissie Swan, as she opens another Can of Worms this week with celebrity guests: Genevieve Morris, James Mathison and Anthony Callea.

In this interactive, best-of special, you the viewer are in control. Join in the conversation like never before and let Australia know what you're thinking.

In this interactive, best-of special, you the viewer are in control. Join in the conversation like never before and let Australia know what you're thinking.

Will he stay or will he go? It's the biggest question in Australian football right now. After weeks of criticism, Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou has sat down for a ...

Will he stay or will he go? It's the biggest question in Australian football right now. After weeks of criticism, Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou has sat down for a one-on-one with Australian Story to address the intense speculation surrounding his future.

Mike Willesee is considered a legendary journalist, with a career spanning 50 years on programs such as Four Corners and This Day Tonight before creating A Current Affair. Now ...

Mike Willesee is considered a legendary journalist, with a career spanning 50 years on programs such as Four Corners and This Day Tonight before creating A Current Affair. Now he faces his greatest challenge to date - throat cancer.

Eddie Woo is Australia's most famous maths teacher. He first came to prominence with Wootube - his free YouTube channel that went viral with its fun and easy to understand ...

Eddie Woo is Australia's most famous maths teacher. He first came to prominence with Wootube - his free YouTube channel that went viral with its fun and easy to understand explanations of difficult maths concepts. Over the past year since Australian Story first profiled Eddie, his career has skyrocketed. He's gone from suburban high school maths teacher to award-winning celebrity, because of his unique and contagious teaching style. He was named the 2018 Australian Local Hero in the Australia Day Awards and he's in the running for the $1.3 million Global Teacher Prize - and the title of the world's best teacher. But Eddie's spectacular success has come at some cost to his own students and family.

Sydney GP Dr James Best was prepared to throw out the rulebook on autism as his son Sam entered adolescence. Rather than keeping him to routines and "wrapping him in cotton ...

Sydney GP Dr James Best was prepared to throw out the rulebook on autism as his son Sam entered adolescence. Rather than keeping him to routines and "wrapping him in cotton wool", he wanted to expose the 14-year-old to uncertainty and unpredictability. So Dr Best decided to take a year off work, sell the family house and take his son on a backpacking trip across Africa. It was based on the idea that adolescence represents a particular opportunity for learning, similar to the period during infancy when the brain is highly receptive to change. Although the plan left the parents of some autistic children aghast, it has been hailed as "ground breaking" by researcher Dr David Trembath of Griffith University. But nine days before he was due to leave for Africa, there was a knock on the door that turned Dr Best's life upside down.

Disable Bodied Sailors
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Disable Bodied Sailors

Season 1  |  Episode 4  |  SBS  |  April 30, 2010
David Pescud's crew of disabled sailors take on the deadly Sydney to Hobart, but will drama on the start line, a major problem with one of the sails and an ocean storm ...

David Pescud's crew of disabled sailors take on the deadly Sydney to Hobart, but will drama on the start line, a major problem with one of the sails and an ocean storm threaten their chances? Broadcast as part of SBS's Secrets And Lives series.

Looks at how the global football community supported the beautiful game in Christchurch, New Zealand, as it recovers from the effects of the 2010-2011 earthquakes.

Looks at how the global football community supported the beautiful game in Christchurch, New Zealand, as it recovers from the effects of the 2010-2011 earthquakes.

Opening Shot
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Opening Shot: Meatwork

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  ABC2  |  November 11, 2012
Can you eat meat and really care about the animals on your dinner plate? In this second Opening Shot doco, Meatwork, documentarian and meat-eater, Madeleine Parry wants to ...

Can you eat meat and really care about the animals on your dinner plate? In this second Opening Shot doco, Meatwork, documentarian and meat-eater, Madeleine Parry wants to find out. So she enlists to become an abattoir meat-worker, and works her way up the production line toward the 'killbox'. With unparalleled access to a slaughterhouse, she explores the experiences of the animals we eat and the men who kill them. As she truly becomes part of the industrial meat production process, she faces the reality of killing hundreds of animals a day. Maddie wants to know the truth, but can she stomach it?

Eliza follows the path of new age enlightenment at a spirituality retreat. Hannah seeks higher meaning through charity. They consult a reliable source on growing up - their ...

Eliza follows the path of new age enlightenment at a spirituality retreat. Hannah seeks higher meaning through charity. They consult a reliable source on growing up - their mum - on what they learnt and how to behave.

About 1 billion people around the world live with a disability – that’s roughly 15 per cent of our global population. Learn about and promote awareness of the challenges that people with disability face.
Help students develop 21st-century skills and knowledge for success in their future work and life by understanding how complex interactions continually influence human behaviour.
Celebrate and acknowledge International day of sign languages by viewing this collection with your class featuring video content about the lives of individuals who use sign language as well as schools that support them.
Encourage your students to look out for their classmates, introduce some of the issues children face at home and at school, and reveal strategies to help deal with bullying and anxiety.
Use this playlist to allow students to explore different families and understand the reasons why certain people, events and days are important to themselves and their families.
Discuss the importance and benefits of physical activity with your class using this curated collection.
Introduce the concepts of being healthy to your class and use this playlist to discuss the role of food in being healthy and how food affects our overall well being.
Spark your younger students' imagination with this collection of stories helping students to become familiar with new words, sounds and ideas with the best storytellers on television.
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.
Knowing where food comes from and what's in it is critical to making healthy food choices. Encourage your students to be more mindful about what they eat by sharing these videos with them.
Wondering what sport you should introduce to your class next? Follow the adventures of these inspirational women and girls participating in a range of sports to get some ideas.
Use this playlist to introduce students to autism and how it may affect an individual's life. Explore ways to combat problems and issues one may face.
Autism is a condition that affects the way an individual relates to his or her environment and their interaction with other people. Get insights into the lives of individuals living with autism.
Encourage your students to develop their musical skills by exploring, imitating and recognising elements of music, including dynamic, pitch and rhythm with this collection. (ACAMUM080, ACAMUM084, ACAMUM088, VCAMUR020, VCAMUR024, VCAMUR028, VCAMUR032)
Bullying sucks whether it is online, at school or in a workplace, there is no space for it in our lives. Find more about bullying experiences and how to combat issues related to bullying in this playlist.
There is no space for bullying, whether it is in the playground, classroom or online. No way! View this collection, which deals with all aspects of bullying and how it can be prevented. (ACPPS074,VCHPEP092,VCHPEP109)
Cancer is a disease of the body's cells. Normally cells grow and multiply in a controlled way. Cancer affects a large number of Australians, both directly and indirectly. (ACSHE160)
Space inspires our greatest scientific and creative minds. Take to the stars with NASA, or hop aboard Millennium Falcon in the best of space fact and fiction. (ACSSU188,ACSSU189,VCSSU127,VCSSU128,VCSSU129)
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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