Former Australia cricket captain Ian Chappell speaks about the controversial decision of brother Greg to instruct younger brother Trevor to bowl the last ball of a match underarm, in an effort to prevent New Zealand winning a 1981 one-day international. Ian Chappell notes that Trevor was unfairly blamed for Greg's decision.
Paediatric neuropsychologist Dr Daniel LeGoff explains how he discovered the therapeutic benefits of playing with Lego for autistic children, encouraging them to work together in a social context. And Adrian Pitt's parents discuss how Lego was used as part of their son's speech and language therapy.
Aussies love a comeback story, and one of Australia's favourite sons, swimmer Geoff 'Skippy' Huegill, has the tale of the year in this exclusive and very special documentary on the eve of the 2012 London Olympic Games.
An increasing numbers of women are entering the workforce as rural medical practitioners. Presenter Dr Norman Swan is joined by a number of women GPs who are passionately committed to their rural practice.
A story of love, life and extraordinary sacrifice. Rocky Braat, a young man from a fractured family and a troubled past, went travelling through India without a plan. Then he met a group of HIV positive children living in an orphanage, and everything changed.
Co-hosted by Professor Robert Winston and Dr Tanya Byron, this interactive special invites you to take part in a range of experiments to test your memory and receive practical help on how to improve it.
A documentary about a young Arab-Israeli girl, Shadya. Director Roy Westler shows a struggle between ambition and tradition as a spirited Israeli-Arab girl challenges the traditional Muslim lifestyle planned for her by fighting to become a World Karate Champion.
This fast and fun documentary explores the intriguing world of competitive jump rope. Jump! follows five jump rope teams from around the US who push themselves to their physical and psychological limits on their path to the World Rope Skipping Championships.