The People's Health
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The People's Health: Brazil's Real Drugs War

Al Jazeera English August 8, 2016

Health and PE

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Brazil's constitution gives its people a legal right to medical drugs but despite landmark achievements, delivering this promise is a complex task.

Brazil's constitution gives its people a legal right to medical drugs but despite landmark achievements, delivering this promise is a complex task.

In Rio Today
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In Rio Today: August 12, 2016

Seven August 12, 2016

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Host Hamish McLachlan shares all the golden moments and Australian performances each day of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games - every Aussie medal, every reaction, every unmissable ...

Host Hamish McLachlan shares all the golden moments and Australian performances each day of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games - every Aussie medal, every reaction, every unmissable moment.

In Rio Today
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In Rio Today: August 18, 2016

Seven August 18, 2016

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Host Hamish McLachlan shares all the golden moments and Australian performances each day of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games - every Aussie medal, every reaction, every unmissable ...

Host Hamish McLachlan shares all the golden moments and Australian performances each day of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games - every Aussie medal, every reaction, every unmissable moment.

Australian Story
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Australian Story: End Game

ABC October 23, 2017

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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.

Australian Story
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Australian Story: From Behind Bars

ABC August 13, 2018

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From Behind Bars Kathleen Folbigg is serving a 30-year prison sentence for killing all four of her infant children. During her 2003 trial the court heard that Caleb, Patrick, ...

From Behind Bars Kathleen Folbigg is serving a 30-year prison sentence for killing all four of her infant children. During her 2003 trial the court heard that Caleb, Patrick, Sarah and Laura were all killed by a mother who was driven to smother her children in fits of rage. Having exhausted her rights of appeal, Folbigg has her hopes pinned on the outcome of a petition seeking a judicial review of her case. Drafted by a Newcastle legal team and submitted three years ago to the NSW Attorney General’s department, the petition argues amongst other things that some of the medical evidence against Folbigg during the trial was flawed. During this program we hear from Kathleen Folbigg for the first time, as she speaks out from behind bars about her conviction and the incriminating diary entries that were instrumental in securing the jury's guilty verdict. We also hear from the then NSW Director of Public Prosecutions Nicholas Cowdery, who remains firmly of the belief that the jury got it right.

Behind the News Special
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Behind the News Special: Rookies

ABC Me September 5, 2018

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Rookie reporters from around Australia have contributed to the program's 50 years by doing their own stories for ABC News. We've put some of them together in this very special ...

Rookie reporters from around Australia have contributed to the program's 50 years by doing their own stories for ABC News. We've put some of them together in this very special special.

Living Black
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Living Black: September 5, 2018

NITV September 5, 2018

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Australia's longest running Indigenous current affairs program, bringing compelling human stories and looking in-depth at some of the most important issues affecting ...

Australia's longest running Indigenous current affairs program, bringing compelling human stories and looking in-depth at some of the most important issues affecting Indigenous Australians.

Australian Story
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Australian Story: The Teacher's Wife

ABC September 10, 2018

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She was a wife, a mother, a sister and a daughter. Lyn Dawson had everything to live for, so why did she disappear without a trace 36 years ago? Her husband Chris, a PE ...

She was a wife, a mother, a sister and a daughter. Lyn Dawson had everything to live for, so why did she disappear without a trace 36 years ago? Her husband Chris, a PE teacher, always insisted she abandoned him and their two young daughters to “sort things out”. Days later he moved his teenage lover into the family home. Two coroners concluded Chris Dawson murdered his wife but to this day, he has never been prosecuted. The case has gripped audiences around the world since the release of a new podcast, The Teacher’s Pet, by investigative journalist Hedley Thomas. Australian Story first covered the story 15 years ago. This next chapter features exclusive interviews with friends and family of Lyn Dawson and those charged with enacting justice, both then and now.

Living Black
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Living Black: August 22, 2018

NITV August 22, 2018

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The name Percy Hobson may not be familiar to some. In 1962, the shy lad from Bourke in north-west NSW became the first Aboriginal athlete to win a Commonwealth Games gold medal.

The name Percy Hobson may not be familiar to some. In 1962, the shy lad from Bourke in north-west NSW became the first Aboriginal athlete to win a Commonwealth Games gold medal.

Australian Story
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Australian Story: Final Call

ABC March 5, 2018

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Outback nurse Gayle Woodford was working alone at night on call in the remote South Australian community of Fregon when a man came to her door asking for Panadol. Moments ...

Outback nurse Gayle Woodford was working alone at night on call in the remote South Australian community of Fregon when a man came to her door asking for Panadol. Moments later she had vanished. "I knew she was in trouble," said her husband Keith Woodford who woke up the next morning to an empty bed. "I just knew". The discovery of Gayle's body in a shallow grave three days later threw the tightknit community of Fregon into freefall and ignited a debate about the security of remote area nurses working alone. In an effort to ensure they stay protected, a grassroots campaign began with the goal of introducing Gayle's Law into every parliament in the country. In this Australian Story exclusive, we hear from Gayle Woodford's husband and work colleagues for the first time and about the issues they hope can be resolved in the aftermath of her death. Introduced by Skye Kakoschke-Moore, former Senator for South Australia.

Australian Story
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Australian Story: When Plans Change (Part 2)

ABC October 24, 2016

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What went wrong when Sally Faulkner attempted to snatch her children from the streets of Beirut? In part two of When Plans Change, we hear from people on the ground in Beirut ...

What went wrong when Sally Faulkner attempted to snatch her children from the streets of Beirut? In part two of When Plans Change, we hear from people on the ground in Beirut including the driver of the getaway car, the woman who sheltered Sally and her children in a safe house, as well as police. It seems, from day one, the mission to recover Sally's children was doomed. This episode begins as Sally Faulkner, 60 Minutes and the recovery team arrive in Beirut. It soon becomes apparent to authorities that something is up. They don't know what, but start to monitor the Australian arrivals.

Catalyst
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Catalyst: The Secret to Making Better Decisions

ABC January 30, 2018

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From the science of making choices to the solving power of algorithms, mathematician Lily Serna looks at how the logic of mathematics can help you make better, smarter ...

From the science of making choices to the solving power of algorithms, mathematician Lily Serna looks at how the logic of mathematics can help you make better, smarter decisions. In the process she steps us through some of its most important ideas and shows that, far from being stuck on a chalkboard in a lecture hall, it's all incredibly useful.

Australian Story
29:12

Australian Story: One of the Mob

ABC July 4, 2016

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David Batty has made some of the best loved TV shows and documentaries about Indigenous life. He and his Aboriginal collaborator Francis Kelly struck gold 15 years ago with ...

David Batty has made some of the best loved TV shows and documentaries about Indigenous life. He and his Aboriginal collaborator Francis Kelly struck gold 15 years ago with the TV series Bush Mechanics, their hilarious take on getting around the outback with no roadside assistance. As a single dad in the early 1980s, David moved with his young son to Alice Springs. They thrived in a town where young whites were walking alongside a newly radicalised Indigenous population. David joined the media organisation CAAMA (Central Australian Aboriginal Association), and later made television programs in local languages for the Indigenous population, as well as historical documentaries. Seven years ago, a shocking personal tragedy took David to the brink. The solace he found through his work with his Indigenous brothers would save him. Now David Batty is back with a new screen adventure Black As set in crocodile-infested Arnhem Land, echoing the cult classic Bush Mechanics.

Australian Story
28:36

Australian Story: The Heart Bus

ABC July 18, 2016

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If you live in the bush it's hard to get the same level of medical care as you can in the city, but now a doctor has come up with an ambitious idea to change all that. Rolf ...

If you live in the bush it's hard to get the same level of medical care as you can in the city, but now a doctor has come up with an ambitious idea to change all that. Rolf Gomes started his working life as an electrical engineer before turning to medicine. The first time he saw a beating heart, with its 'valves and plumbing and electrics', he was 'hooked'. Then, as a young registrar in country hospitals, he experienced first-hand the challenges of trying to diagnose and treat patients without the specialist and diagnostic services that people in the city take for granted. As a cardiologist Dr Gomes had identified the problem, but as an engineer he sought to solve it. He came up with the idea of a mobile clinic - 'the heart bus' - while running his own cardiology practice in Brisbane. 'The heart bus' travels from town to town, treating patients and giving them a much better chance of surviving heart disease. Now, Dr Gomes has bigger plans to expand his service and include more medical specialties.

Australian Story
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Australian Story: Into The Fog Of War

Season 1 Episode 2 ABC May 30, 2016

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Into The Fog Of War Part Two - EXCLUSIVE This week we continue our compelling two-part program giving a powerful insight into one of the most controversial cases in ...

Into The Fog Of War Part Two - EXCLUSIVE This week we continue our compelling two-part program giving a powerful insight into one of the most controversial cases in Australian military history. At the centre of the story is Dave, a highly skilled commando in the Army Reserve. In February 2009, whilst on a capture-or-kill mission looking for Taliban, his unit raided a family compound in the middle of the night in Afghanistan. Six people, including five children, were killed. For the first time, Dave and other members of the unit give their account of the night and its aftermath. Dave and another soldier were subsequently charged with manslaughter of the five children and faced the possibility of a court martial and 20 years in prison. These charges were later dismissed. Since then, details of the operation have been shrouded in secrecy. What happened has been a tragedy for everyone - for Dave, his fellow commandos and, most of all, for the Afghan families who lost so much.

Catalyst
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Catalyst: Micro-plastics/Tassie's Secrets

ABC March 15, 2016

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We look into marine life in Australia, to find out what plastics escape our household drains & what kind of damage they can do. And the geology of north-western Tasmania ...

We look into marine life in Australia, to find out what plastics escape our household drains & what kind of damage they can do. And the geology of north-western Tasmania reveals similarities to Antarctica.

Living Black
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Living Black: Game of Dreams

SBS March 28, 2016

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In the outback Queensland town of Mt Isa, rugby league is a way of life for many young Indigenous players. The footy field is not only a place of pride, but a gateway to ...

In the outback Queensland town of Mt Isa, rugby league is a way of life for many young Indigenous players. The footy field is not only a place of pride, but a gateway to better things.

Tomorrow Tonight
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Tomorrow Tonight: The Vice Card

ABC December 19, 2018

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What are you willing to give up when the nanny state knows what's best for you? Charlie Pickering and Annabel Crabb join ethicist Dr Leslie Cannold and comedians Greig ...

What are you willing to give up when the nanny state knows what's best for you? Charlie Pickering and Annabel Crabb join ethicist Dr Leslie Cannold and comedians Greig Pickhaver and Celia Pacquola on the season final.