Stephen Page discusses the Bangarra Dance Theatre's involvement in the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games opening ceremony.
Thomas chases after his autistic brother Charlie when the boy runs out of the family home in his underwear, around the neighbourhood, and into schoolmate Jackie's bathroom while she's in the shower. (Coarse language.)
Marina Brizar and Jacqui Lambie meet a boy who lost his legs to an ISIS landmine in Raqqa, Syria, and see him walk on prosthetic legs.
Gretel Killeen and Steve meet a refugee in Turkey who negotiates with a people smuggler over the phone to get his family out of Syria.
Oskar Schindler resorts to fraudulent flattery with Amon Goth to prevent any of the workers in his factory being transported to other concentration camps or killed.
In the film, The Daughter, Christian returns home for the first time in 15 years. In this scene, he's catching up with his old friend Oliver, meeting his family and assisting them as they try to nurse a wounded duck back to health. (Coarse language.)
Teddy drags Tilly around the side of the school house to help her remember what happened on the day Stewart died.
National Rifle Association president Charlton Heston speaks at the organisation's convention in Denver, near Columbine, shortly after the massacre and is met my protesters.
As the McCandlesses meets for dinner, Chris is unimpressed with his parents' offer of a new car as a graduation gift, offended by the consumerism.
Dr Alice Roberts gives us a real life example of how the heart jumps into action when we are excited or stressed, illustrates wh
The scene opens on the Murray Islands beach, Eddie is remembering his father's teachings on caring for his family: the fish, the land, the sea and the Murray Islander's cultural heritage. That night Eddie performs a traditional dance, signifying his journey towards adulthood, and steals a glance at a young girl. The next day, Eddie finds himself in trouble with the elders and is sent to the mainland. The use of Murray Islander music, Meriam language and customary traditions ground a sense of pla
Wil Anderson hosts the biggest night of comedy, in support of Oxfam. With performances by Paul Foot, Stephen K Amos, Arj Barker, Jason Byrne, Urzila Carlson, Anne Edmonds, Sammy J, Matt Okine, Joel Creasey and Frank Woodley.
Explores the conflict and struggle between Jacquie Lambie and her son after he became addicted to ice.
Motivated to protect the Na'vi against his former employers, Sully gains the support of a former rival to unite the tribes in defence of their world.
The aunt of three-year-old Alan Kurdi, the boy who drowned in the Mediterranean trying to reach Greece, Tima Kurdi, reveals her guilt over funding the family's flight from Syria.