Living Black
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Living Black: May 23, 2018

NITV May 23, 2018

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Stevie Salas has played with some of the biggest names in the music industry. The Native American musician is not only rated as one of the top 50 guitarists in the world, but ...

Stevie Salas has played with some of the biggest names in the music industry. The Native American musician is not only rated as one of the top 50 guitarists in the world, but he's also a television host, music director, record producer, film composer, writer, director and film producer. His film Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World screened at the 2017 Sydney Film Festival to rave reviews and received a prestigious Special Jury Award for World Cinema Documentary at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival. The film traces the Native American influence on North American music. Host Karla Grant sits down with Salas to discuss all things music, his rise from the small Californian town of Oceanside to becoming lead guitarist with Rod Stewart on his 1988 world tour, and playing alongside Mick Jagger.

Australian Story
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Australian Story: Your Money or Your Life

ABC May 15, 2016

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AN AUSTRALIAN STORY EXCLUSIVE Twelve years ago Danielle Tindle came back from the brink of death to survive Hodgkin's Lymphoma. By extraordinary coincidence, it was her own ...

AN AUSTRALIAN STORY EXCLUSIVE Twelve years ago Danielle Tindle came back from the brink of death to survive Hodgkin's Lymphoma. By extraordinary coincidence, it was her own fathers groundbreaking stem-cell research which ultimately saved his daughters life. I hate the term cancer sufferer; its such a disempowering, victimising word I've been through hell and back but I'm strong and I can be beautiful. - Dr Danielle Tindle (PhD) Since Danielle was given a second chance at life, this inspirational young woman has made it her mission to advocate for improved services and care for other adolescent and young adult cancer patients. She's become a world leader in the field. I've already faced my own mortality, so I had no fear of death. I wanted to focus on something which was meaningful, which was helping others. - Dr Danielle Tindle (PhD) Unfortunately, mid-way through her PhD, the now thirty-six year old Danielle Tindle was diagnosed with neuroendocrine carcinoma, a completely new tumour. Doctors think its a consequence of the toxic treatment she was given in her early twenties. That she's got it is almost entirely the result of the draconian treatment she had ... for Hodgkin's Lymphoma. - Prof. Robert Tindle, father With all conventional therapies ineffective against the cancer, once again Danielle, her father and her medical team are in a race to find the next life-saving breakthrough. Its come in the form of ground-breaking drugs which are subsidised for melanoma under the PBS, but for rare cancer patients like Danielle, are cripplingly expensive. If you are a melanoma patient and your chemotherapy happens to be one of these antibodies, you'll be paying about $6.50 a shot, and in the adjacent cubicle there'll be someone like Danielle, who is paying $5000 a shot. - Prof. Robert Tindle, father Nobody thinks its fair... the lottery says she got a rare cancer, and our system doesn't respond in that circumstance. - Richard Vines, CEO Rare Cancers Australia Australian Story has followed this extraordinary woman who never gives up right from the beginning. I cant not hope I'm just unstoppable. - Dr Danielle Tindle (PhD) Australian Story: Your Money or Your Life airs Monday, May 9 at 8pm on ABC & iview Join the conversation: #AustralianStory

Australian Story
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Australian Story: My Conscience Tells Me

ABC March 7, 2016

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When Dr Rodney Syme was unable to alleviate the unbearable pain suffered by a cancer patient many years ago, it triggered what he calls his "epiphany". For more than two ...

When Dr Rodney Syme was unable to alleviate the unbearable pain suffered by a cancer patient many years ago, it triggered what he calls his "epiphany". For more than two decades Dr Syme has campaigned to legalise voluntary euthanasia for the terminally ill. He also continues to counsel and help people, like former corporate boss Bernard who has tongue and lung cancer, and has recently planned his own funeral and hosted his own living wake. It's an issue that polarises the medical community.

Australian Story
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Australian Story: True Grit

Season 1 Episode 2 ABC February 29, 2016

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Part 2 of David Pocock's Australian Story, following his journey from growing up in Zimbabwe, to international rugby as a Wallabies hero, his charity work & support for social ...

Part 2 of David Pocock's Australian Story, following his journey from growing up in Zimbabwe, to international rugby as a Wallabies hero, his charity work & support for social justice & equality. #AustralianStory.

Australian Story
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Australian Story: Blood on the Tracks (Part 2)

ABC June 4, 2018

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As journalist Allan Clarke digs deeper into events on the night Mark Haines died, he discovers more about his last few hours. As he cracks the case wide open, he is led to the ...

As journalist Allan Clarke digs deeper into events on the night Mark Haines died, he discovers more about his last few hours. As he cracks the case wide open, he is led to the man he believes is the killer.

Rio 2016 Paralympics
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Rio 2016 Paralympics: September 13, 2016

7Two September 13, 2016

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Entertainment show. The highlights of the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.

Entertainment show. The highlights of the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.

Australian Story
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Australian Story: The Beauty Myth

ABC March 21, 2016

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Model agent Chelsea Bonner is on a mission, and it's ambitious. She wants to change the way we think of beauty and body image. While Australian women are getting bigger, the ...

Model agent Chelsea Bonner is on a mission, and it's ambitious. She wants to change the way we think of beauty and body image. While Australian women are getting bigger, the female image presented in the media remains stubbornly the same: tall, thin and a size 8. To promote change, Chelsea set up a modelling agency 15 years ago specialising in larger models. But she's had to battle for acceptance and respect.

Australian Story
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Australian Story: Inside Story

ABC December 17, 2018

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A candid and eye-opening account of filmmaker James Ricketson's time in a Cambodian prison on espionage charges, the ordeal for family members trying to negotiate his release ...

A candid and eye-opening account of filmmaker James Ricketson's time in a Cambodian prison on espionage charges, the ordeal for family members trying to negotiate his release and family tensions that remain.

Australian Story
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Australian Story: Hell's Angel

ABC November 26, 2018

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Hell's Angel As Western Australia reels in shock from a succession of family mass murders, Perth advocate Dr Ann O’Neill offers a powerful message of hope. Twenty-four years ...

Hell's Angel As Western Australia reels in shock from a succession of family mass murders, Perth advocate Dr Ann O’Neill offers a powerful message of hope. Twenty-four years ago, Ann’s estranged husband killed their two children and left her an amputee. She turned her grief into good and rebuilt her life to become one of the country’s leading trauma experts. In this update of a powerful episode from 2004, we follow Ann as she works with the Margaret River community in the wake of May's horrific mass killing. As she helps those struggling with sudden loss, Ann offers hard-won wisdom about how to carry on in the face of sadness and grief.

Tomorrow Tonight
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Tomorrow Tonight

Season 1 Episode 5 ABC November 28, 2018

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Charlie Pickering and Annabel Crabb dive into tomorrow's headlines. Each episode a panel of experts have to survive a ground-breaking news story as it unfolds. Can they solve ...

Charlie Pickering and Annabel Crabb dive into tomorrow's headlines. Each episode a panel of experts have to survive a ground-breaking news story as it unfolds. Can they solve the world's problems before they even happen?

Australian Story
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Australian Story: The Making of Malcolm

ABC September 21, 2015

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The road to the Prime Ministership was set early in Malcolm Turnbull's life. Turnbull's childhood would not be easy. His parents separated when he was nine and he was sent off ...

The road to the Prime Ministership was set early in Malcolm Turnbull's life. Turnbull's childhood would not be easy. His parents separated when he was nine and he was sent off to boarding school. Driven to succeed, Turnbull would move from journalist to lawyer to merchant banker to corporate high flyer and finally to politician.

Australian Story
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Australian Story: Grand Designs

ABC August 31, 2015

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When designer Collette Dinnigan shut down her global fashion empire it shocked not only the fashion world but also her closest friends. The self-titled 'obsessive creative' ...

When designer Collette Dinnigan shut down her global fashion empire it shocked not only the fashion world but also her closest friends. The self-titled 'obsessive creative' found the competing demands of motherhood and work increasingly difficult to manage.

Australian Story
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Australian Story: All In The Mind

ABC October 5, 2015

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Acting legend Garry McDonald is a man on a mission. He wants to educate the public about an urgent and poorly understood mental health problem. McDonald has suffered from ...

Acting legend Garry McDonald is a man on a mission. He wants to educate the public about an urgent and poorly understood mental health problem. McDonald has suffered from anxiety since his 20s but he never understood his condition until it triggered a major and very public breakdown in the 1990s.

Governor-General's ANZAC Day Address 2015
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Governor-General's ANZAC Day Address 2015

ABC April 25, 2015

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The Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove delivers his 2015 ANZAC Day Address.

The Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove delivers his 2015 ANZAC Day Address.

Living Black
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Living Black: Quaden Bayles

SBS April 27, 2015

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A special report on Murri boy, Quaden Bayles, who suffers from a condition that affects one in every 25,000 people - Achondroplasia, a type of dwarfism. When Quaden was three ...

A special report on Murri boy, Quaden Bayles, who suffers from a condition that affects one in every 25,000 people - Achondroplasia, a type of dwarfism. When Quaden was three days old, his mother Yarraka and the family were packing up their hospital room to go home. Doctors told her about his condition but she refused to believe it. It took years before she came to terms with the news. Now, at four year's old, Quaden is only 65cm. During a routine check-up in early April, an MRI scan revealed his case had deteriorated and doctors decided to keep him in hospital. With rare access, Living Black travelled to Queensland to speak to his family and doctor's as they prepared for Quaden's emergency surgery.

Australian Story
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Australian Story: Hope Spring

ABC October 29, 2018

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Over many years, Australian Story has followed the efforts of farmer Peter Andrews to drought-proof the land. His unorthodox approach, which involves planting weeds and ...

Over many years, Australian Story has followed the efforts of farmer Peter Andrews to drought-proof the land. His unorthodox approach, which involves planting weeds and installing 'leaky weirs', was once considered heretical but a growing band of supporters has taken up his cause At Mulloon, outside Canberra, Tony Coote and a group of like-minded landholders set out to prove that the Andrews method works. Now, during one of the worst droughts in living memory their results are cause for hope and have attracted the eye of Prime Minister Scott Morrison.

Tomorrow Tonight
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Tomorrow Tonight: The Last Drop

Season 1 Episode 3 ABC November 14, 2018

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Charlie Pickering and Annabel Crabb dive into tomorrow's headlines. Each episode a panel of experts have to survive a ground-breaking news story as it unfolds. Can they solve ...

Charlie Pickering and Annabel Crabb dive into tomorrow's headlines. Each episode a panel of experts have to survive a ground-breaking news story as it unfolds. Can they solve the world's problems before they even happen?

Living Black
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Living Black: September 12, 2018

NITV September 12, 2018

Indigenous Australians

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He's been a world champion boxer and former rugby league player. Now he's a mental health campaigner who's out to defy the enemy within. Karla Grant sits down with Wiradjuri ...

He's been a world champion boxer and former rugby league player. Now he's a mental health campaigner who's out to defy the enemy within. Karla Grant sits down with Wiradjuri man Joe Williams to talk about his success and achievements as a gifted athlete, and his battles with addiction and severe mental illness. In this candid interview, Joe shares his harrowing journey which has now been documented in his autobiography titled Defying The Enemy Within.