Insight
51:25

Insight: Survival

Season 1 Episode 2 SBS July 1, 2014

News and current affairs

Intercultural Understanding

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In the conclusion of our special two-part series, Insight hears about what people did to get through extraordinarily tough times, and how they 'survived survival'.

In the conclusion of our special two-part series, Insight hears about what people did to get through extraordinarily tough times, and how they 'survived survival'.

7.30
29:52

7.30: December 22, 2016

ABC December 22, 2016

News and current affairs

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Teens Remain In Adult Prison Despite Court Ruling It Illegal This weekend 15 teenage boys will spend Christmas in one of the country's toughest adult prisons, despite the fact ...

Teens Remain In Adult Prison Despite Court Ruling It Illegal This weekend 15 teenage boys will spend Christmas in one of the country's toughest adult prisons, despite the fact the Victorian Supreme Court ruled it illegal and a breach of their human rights. Number Of Injured People In Mosul Rising Dramatically The battle against the so-called Islamic State in Mosul is bogged down in brutal urban combat, with the number of injured people starting to rise dramatically. Former One Nation Candidates Slam Way Party Is Run Two former One Nation candidates are joining the party's ousted treasurer in publicly slamming the way One Nation is run. Much of the criticism is directed at one of Pauline Hanson's closest advisors. First Indigenous Crew To Set Sail In Sydney To Hobart A young Indigenous man, whose only previous experience on a boat was riding a ferry, is part of the first Indigenous crew to take part in the Sydney to Hobart.

Insight
51:31

Insight: Reading Between The Lines

SBS August 23, 2016

News and current affairs

Intercultural understanding

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Why do so many Australians have poor literacy? We may not be aware of it, but most of us know someone who struggles with reading and writing. Around 44 percent of adult ...

Why do so many Australians have poor literacy? We may not be aware of it, but most of us know someone who struggles with reading and writing. Around 44 percent of adult Australians have literacy levels that make everyday tasks - like filling out a form or reading a prescription - very difficult. Sadly, our numeracy levels are worse with over half of Australian adults scoring low on international surveys. Literacy standards in 21st century Australia have increased dramatically. Computers and our digital age demand high-level literacy skills, while jobs that may have required minimal reading or writing now involve extra checks and balances like filling out OH&S reports. But low literacy goes far beyond simply being able to read and write. Individuals with gaps in literacy are more likely to be vulnerable to social exclusion, and unemployment. Businesses also suffer with 93 percent of employers reporting low levels of literacy and numeracy were impacting their business. Yet despite almost one-in-two people having gaps in their literacy skills, this world remains largely hidden to those of us who are lucky enough to be confident in our reading and writing skills. This week Insight speaks to a number of Australians from all ages and backgrounds who have lived a life with low literacy in a world that assumes that they don't exist.

The Project
42:25

The Project: September 13, 2016

Ten September 13, 2016

News and current affairs

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With guests Olivia Newton-John, Simon Birmingham, Guy Ritchie and Kat from Survivor, plus guest host Fifi Box, and stories on sport and crime, abortion laws, the marriage ...

With guests Olivia Newton-John, Simon Birmingham, Guy Ritchie and Kat from Survivor, plus guest host Fifi Box, and stories on sport and crime, abortion laws, the marriage equality plebiscite, and Paralympic legends.

The Project
45:03

The Project: January 19, 2016

Ten January 19, 2016

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Looks into whether this is the end of Clive Palmer after he has laid off hundreds of workers, the payouts are in doubt and now he says his retired. We answer the age old ...

Looks into whether this is the end of Clive Palmer after he has laid off hundreds of workers, the payouts are in doubt and now he says his retired. We answer the age old question; Is private school really worth the financial burden? You buy books on Amazon, shoes on ebay, so where to you go to hire a hitman? Also we meet a pair of switched on sisters with a very bright idea.

The Project
43:18

The Project: September 5, 2016

Ten September 5, 2016

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Join Waleed Aly, Gorgi Coghlan, Pete Helliar & Sarrah Le Marquand as they dissect the daily news, events & hottest topics. Special guests: Rachel Griffiths, Genevieve Morris & ...

Join Waleed Aly, Gorgi Coghlan, Pete Helliar & Sarrah Le Marquand as they dissect the daily news, events & hottest topics. Special guests: Rachel Griffiths, Genevieve Morris & Henry Rollins.

Insight
52:14

Insight: Tick Sick

SBS October 25, 2016

News and current affairs

Intercultural understanding

9-10
11-12
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We know that ticks can make us sick. For many on Sydney's northern beaches a tick bite can mean no more red meat or dairy. For others a tick bite can cause flu-like symptoms ...

We know that ticks can make us sick. For many on Sydney's northern beaches a tick bite can mean no more red meat or dairy. For others a tick bite can cause flu-like symptoms and a diagnosis of tick typhus or Flinder's Island spotted fever. This week, Insight hears from patients who have been suffering from unexplainable symptoms and the doctors who are faced with a decision of how to treat them. Does the medical profession need to be more open to the possibility of tick borne illnesses? Can doctors provide a diagnosis when they don't know the cause of the illness?

The Project
44:30

The Project: July 20, 2015

Ten July 20, 2015

News and current affairs

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Champion surfer Mick Fanning’s brush with death, the frightening shark attack caught on live television. Asks whether it’s time for embattled Speaker Bronwyn Bishop to step ...

Champion surfer Mick Fanning’s brush with death, the frightening shark attack caught on live television. Asks whether it’s time for embattled Speaker Bronwyn Bishop to step down. Also why burger chain Grill’d is getting a grilling from an ex employee.

The Project
44:04

The Project: October 30, 2015

Ten October 30, 2015

News and current affairs

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With guests Tina Arena, Rove McManus, Sam Frost and George Gregan, plus guest hosts Gorgi Coghlan, Meshel Laurie and Lehmo, and stories on profile picture theft, Indonesian ...

With guests Tina Arena, Rove McManus, Sam Frost and George Gregan, plus guest hosts Gorgi Coghlan, Meshel Laurie and Lehmo, and stories on profile picture theft, Indonesian fires, Halloween and the new movie Tanna.

The Project
44:42

The Project: September 21, 2015

Ten September 21, 2015

News and current affairs

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Golfer Jason Day became the youngest aussie to take the number one spot in international golf, we decode the PM's new look team and what they say about his vision for our ...

Golfer Jason Day became the youngest aussie to take the number one spot in international golf, we decode the PM's new look team and what they say about his vision for our country, the new way of selling real estate and turns out we are better at lying when we reach a certain age.

Insight
52:11

Insight: Making Amends

SBS November 3, 2015

News and current affairs

Intercultural understanding

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What does it take to make amends? Can we make up for serious wrongs we've made? At some point in our lives, we have all struggled with the wrongs that we've inflicted on ...

What does it take to make amends? Can we make up for serious wrongs we've made? At some point in our lives, we have all struggled with the wrongs that we've inflicted on others. And being unable to atone for the hurt we've caused is not without its psychological or emotional costs. Some mistakes can be life changing, others can be life ending. How can we move beyond them?

The Project
43:01

The Project: May 8, 2015

Ten May 8, 2015

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With guests Greg Hunt, Professor Shirley Alexander and Georgia Page, plus guest host Steve Price, and stories on the Great Barrier Reef, Juiced TV, essay cheating, the Sydney ...

With guests Greg Hunt, Professor Shirley Alexander and Georgia Page, plus guest host Steve Price, and stories on the Great Barrier Reef, Juiced TV, essay cheating, the Sydney girl mauled by lions, and the Queen's birthday holiday.

The Project
45:41

The Project: June 18, 2015

Ten June 18, 2015

News and current affairs

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With guest host Gretel Killeen and stories on Bill Shorten's troubles, sports mascots, Madonna's new video, Riley the teenage stunt double, the disturbing new stolen pic ...

With guest host Gretel Killeen and stories on Bill Shorten's troubles, sports mascots, Madonna's new video, Riley the teenage stunt double, the disturbing new stolen pic sharing site, the 65 year old mother of 13 who's just had quadruplets!

The Project
43:55

The Project: July 17, 2015

Ten July 17, 2015

News and current affairs

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With guests Matt Preston and Miguel Maestre, guest hosts Meshel Laurie, Lehmo, and Matt White and stories on Tomic's arrest, houses collapsing, pyjama angels, the Ashes, and a ...

With guests Matt Preston and Miguel Maestre, guest hosts Meshel Laurie, Lehmo, and Matt White and stories on Tomic's arrest, houses collapsing, pyjama angels, the Ashes, and a remarkable Pride of Australia nominee.

Insight
52:54

Insight: No Pain, No Gain

SBS April 27, 2010

News and current affairs

Intercultural Understanding

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How healthy is the fitness industry? Is your personal trainer ripping you off and endangering your health? The fitness industry in Australia is booming with boot camps and ...

How healthy is the fitness industry? Is your personal trainer ripping you off and endangering your health? The fitness industry in Australia is booming with boot camps and personal trainers filling our parks and beaches. It is now estimated to be worth over 800 million dollars per year but how qualified are the people who are pushing us to our limits and could potentially cause us serious injury?

60 Minutes
47:13

60 Minutes: Fleeced/Game On/Getting Tough/Saving Sam

Nine July 18, 2010

News and current affairs

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The story, 'Fleeced', examines Australia's falling wool industry. The story, 'Game on', features an interview with Australia's first female Prime Minister, Julia Gillard. The ...

The story, 'Fleeced', examines Australia's falling wool industry. The story, 'Game on', features an interview with Australia's first female Prime Minister, Julia Gillard. The story, 'Getting tough', examines the new powers given to police in Arizona to deal with illegal immigrants. The story, 'Saving Sam', talks with former Australian rugby union great Brendan Cannon and his wife Fiona about the terrifying accident, which almost cost their son's life.

Insight
53:03

Insight: Parole

SBS August 27, 2013

News and current affairs

Intercultural Understanding

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Last week, the Adult Parole Board of Victoria admitted it made a deadly mistake in letting Adrian Ernest Bayley remain on parole despite him breaking conditions just months ...

Last week, the Adult Parole Board of Victoria admitted it made a deadly mistake in letting Adrian Ernest Bayley remain on parole despite him breaking conditions just months before he went on to kill Melbourne woman Jill Meagher. In the wake of Ian Callinan's damning review of Victoria's parole system, Insight brings together key players from inside the parole and justice systems to ask: is parole working?

60 Minutes
47:41

60 Minutes: Chopper/Dolly

Nine October 20, 2013

News and current affairs

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The story, ‘Chopper’, features an interview with Mark ‘Chopper’ Read, 16 days before he died. The story, ‘Dolly’, meets Dolly Parton and Ray martin found her to be real honest ...

The story, ‘Chopper’, features an interview with Mark ‘Chopper’ Read, 16 days before he died. The story, ‘Dolly’, meets Dolly Parton and Ray martin found her to be real honest straight talkin', and to coin a phrase – upfront.