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.
Josie Alibrandi's internal monologue on Tomato Day introduces the Italian culture she resents, her hopes for the future, and her rejection of the idea her past determines her destiny.
Fearing he will be arrested by Allied Forces, Oskar Schindler farewells his workers and flees.
Kylie Minogue met Michael Hutchence at a bash after the Countdown Awards in 1987. By the time their two-year affair ended, it had transformed a singing budgie into a femme fatale, and set Kylie's course towards pop divadom.
Stop Laughing ... This is Serious assesses the place of the classic 1990s Australian satire, Frontline, in Australian comedy history.
Based on the popular column in The Monthly magazine, Australian Encounters is a witty and insightful animated history series about moments when renowned Australians collided with global figures of their time.
Dr Mark Cross discusses depression treatment with 18yearold who had said he'd wanted to die. (Coarse language).
Microbiologist Slava Epstein demonstrates a novel approach to growing microbes in a laboratory that greatly expands the number of organisms available to researchers to study. Rather than using a Petri dish with agar jelly, the Northeastern University College of Science professor puts bacteria in a diluted soil solution and covers the samples in the dirt in which they were found, growing 30,000 percent more bacterial colonies in something that resembles their natural environment.
Set to a musical montage with Hamish Cowan's With Or Without You, after attending John's funeral, Josie reads a letter where he reveals his desire to be free of everyone's expectations. (Coarse language).
Patrick describes his experience with bipolar disorder after being hospitalised following a manic episode.
Armed with her former teacher's witness statement, Tilly confronts the woman who told everyone she was a killer.
Muriel's father humiliates her over a family dinner at a Chinese restaurant, as he complains how his family is useless in front of a group of Asian businessmen.
April 9th, 1977, Robyn prepares to leave, saying goodbye to her family and friends. Not far into the journey, Rick Smolan appears to photograph Robyn, much to her annoyance. After 29 days, Robyn arrives in Uluru (previously Ayers Rock). At Ayers Rock, Robyn experiences the hypocrisy of tourism and the Australian government's handling of Sacred Sites first hand.
Jimmy Barnes describes how he would spend his time as a child in Adelaide with other migrants, and recounts the time a lion escaped from a circus, likening the emaciated condition of the lion to the health of migrant children.