Tomorrow Tonight
32:23

Tomorrow Tonight: The Hack

Season 1 Episode 1 ABC October 31, 2018

Critical thinking

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A hacker threatens to expose every text you've ever sent. Charlie Pickering and Annabel Crabb join Julie Bishop, cybersecurity expert Richard Buckland and comedian Luke ...

A hacker threatens to expose every text you've ever sent. Charlie Pickering and Annabel Crabb join Julie Bishop, cybersecurity expert Richard Buckland and comedian Luke McGregor on the brand-new Tomorrow Tonight.

Australian Story
31:19

Australian Story: No Surrender

ABC November 5, 2018

Personal and social capability

News and current affairs

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When Australian Story first filmed with Dr Justin Yerbury, the world-renowned scientist’s research into motor neurone disease had taken on a terrible urgency. Diagnosed with ...

When Australian Story first filmed with Dr Justin Yerbury, the world-renowned scientist’s research into motor neurone disease had taken on a terrible urgency. Diagnosed with the disease in 2016, his condition had begun to deteriorate dramatically. By last Christmas he was unable to breathe unassisted and without major surgery to provide permanent mechanical ventilation he wouldn’t survive. Determined to continue his search for a cure and spend more time with his family, he had the operation and when the episode aired early in the year he was in ICU, struggling with post-operative complications. He would remain there for six months. But the past couple of months have seen some remarkable developments. Not only has he finally returned home, he is now going into the office two days a week to continue his vital research into the disease. Australian Story caught up with Justin and his family to record his astonishing progress.

Tomorrow Tonight
30:46

Tomorrow Tonight: The Bonobo

Season 1 Episode 4 ABC November 21, 2018

Critical thinking

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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
30:59

Australian Story: Unbreakable: Prince Harry

ABC October 15, 2018

Personal and social capability

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Introduced by His Royal Highness, The Duke of Sussex Prince Harry has spoken exclusively to Australian Story ahead of the Invictus Games which will open in Sydney next week. ...

Introduced by His Royal Highness, The Duke of Sussex Prince Harry has spoken exclusively to Australian Story ahead of the Invictus Games which will open in Sydney next week. Founded by His Royal Highness, The Duke of Sussex in 2014, the Invictus Games is an international sporting event for wounded, injured and sick servicemen and women, both serving and veteran. One of those competitors will be Garry Robinson who credits His Royal Highness and the Invictus Games with saving his life. In 2010, the former commando narrowly survived a Black Hawk helicopter crash in Afghanistan. After two years in rehab, he returned home to the challenges of learning to live with a traumatic brain injury and significant physical disabilities. Garry struggled to cope and it wasn’t until his rehab team at Holsworthy Army base encouraged him to enter the inaugural London Invictus Games four years ago that he found a new lease of life.

Living Black
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Living Black: October 11, 2018

SBS October 11, 2018

Indigenous Australians

News and current affairs

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At 25, Hunter Page-Lochard has already had a stellar career. Best known for the role of Koen West in the science-fiction drama Cleverman, Hunter has also starred in Wentworth ...

At 25, Hunter Page-Lochard has already had a stellar career. Best known for the role of Koen West in the science-fiction drama Cleverman, Hunter has also starred in Wentworth and has appeared in the films The Sapphires and Bran Nue Dae. Karla Grant sits down to chat with Hunter about his life and career, how he gets his inspiration for his roles, and what's coming up next for this very talented young actor.

Catalyst
29:17

Catalyst: Diagnosing Mental Illness/Ghostbusters/Brain Stimulation

ABC October 6, 2015

Science

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This special episode investigates new research analysing facial expressions, voice and body posture that may be the key to diagnosing depression.

This special episode investigates new research analysing facial expressions, voice and body posture that may be the key to diagnosing depression.

Australian Story
29:04

Australian Story: A Force Of Nature

ABC November 23, 2015

Personal and social capability

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In our final story for 2015, Australian Story goes to the Victorian city of Bendigo, which has been the flash point for a series of protests against the building of a mosque. ...

In our final story for 2015, Australian Story goes to the Victorian city of Bendigo, which has been the flash point for a series of protests against the building of a mosque. Colourful local business identity, Margot Spalding is leading a campaign to support Bendigo's small Muslim community and to "fight back against intolerance and hate".

Catalyst
29:03

Catalyst: Why Am I Still Fat?

ABC October 13, 2015

Science

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Have you ever tried to lose weight and when you did, you put it all back on again? Ever wonder... Why am I still fat? New discoveries are overturning the conventional wisdom ...

Have you ever tried to lose weight and when you did, you put it all back on again? Ever wonder... Why am I still fat? New discoveries are overturning the conventional wisdom that beating obesity is all about eating less and exercising more. Mark Horstman explores these emerging fields of science, and meets ordinary people in their daily struggle with obesity.

Australian Story
28:23

Australian Story: Doing It For Dan

ABC October 19, 2015

Personal and social capability

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Lucy Haslam is a woman in a hurry. Since losing her son Daniel in February this year to cancer, the Tamworth resident has stepped up her campaign to legalise medicinal ...

Lucy Haslam is a woman in a hurry. Since losing her son Daniel in February this year to cancer, the Tamworth resident has stepped up her campaign to legalise medicinal cannabis. Widely credited as the driving force behind a raft of state and federal initiatives aimed at legalising the drug, Lucy Haslam is concerned by delays in the political process and is striking out on her own.

Living Black
26:54

Living Black: Best of Living Black - Justice

SBS May 11, 2015

Indigenous Australians

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This week, Living Black takes a look back at some of the high profile justice stories featured in the program during 2014. In this episode, we revisit Tasmania's controversial ...

This week, Living Black takes a look back at some of the high profile justice stories featured in the program during 2014. In this episode, we revisit Tasmania's controversial anti-protest laws, the issue of indefinite detention in WA and speak with the family of Mulrunji Doomadgee, more than a decade after their brother died in police custody on Palm Island in far north Queensland.

Living Black
26:11

Living Black: Community Closed

SBS May 25, 2015

Indigenous Australians

News and current affairs

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Australia's leading Indigenous current affairs program presented by Karla Grant. Oombulgurri is a remote community in WA, or at least it was until it was closed by the ...

Australia's leading Indigenous current affairs program presented by Karla Grant. Oombulgurri is a remote community in WA, or at least it was until it was closed by the Government three years ago. Cissi Birch-Gore tells us what it's really like to disconnect from your homelands.

Our World
22:49

Our World: That September Day

BBC World News September 9, 2011

Geography

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Laura Trevelyan meets three New Yorkers all affected in different ways by 9/11. Their minute-by-minute recollections of that azure-blue morning convey the chaos and confusion ...

Laura Trevelyan meets three New Yorkers all affected in different ways by 9/11. Their minute-by-minute recollections of that azure-blue morning convey the chaos and confusion which engulfed Manhattan as the twin towers were hit by hijacked planes.

Awaken
56:39

Awaken: First Response

Season 1 Episode 1 NITV November 29, 2016

Indigenous Australians

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Everybody has a view about the groundbreaking series First Contact but what are those opinions based on, real evidence or further prejudice? Catherine Liddle hosts this ...

Everybody has a view about the groundbreaking series First Contact but what are those opinions based on, real evidence or further prejudice? Catherine Liddle hosts this special panel episode.

Rewind
24:58

Rewind

Al Jazeera English December 21, 2016

Health and PE

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Back in 2013, Fault Lines found rates of infant mortality in Cleveland, Ohio higher than in some developing countries. Three years on what has changed?

Back in 2013, Fault Lines found rates of infant mortality in Cleveland, Ohio higher than in some developing countries. Three years on what has changed?

Living Black
25:51

Living Black: No Holding Back

NITV March 8, 2017

Indigenous Australians

News and current affairs

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The traditional way of life for Aboriginal Australians was changed forever after their first contact with Europeans. Lives, language, land and lore were lost across large ...

The traditional way of life for Aboriginal Australians was changed forever after their first contact with Europeans. Lives, language, land and lore were lost across large swathes of the country due to colonisation. Living Black follows the men behind an ambitious program in Central Australia that hopes to reconnect youth with that ancient culture and their elders through the revival of the traditional handmade tool making practice of Tjilirra.

Living Black
25:40

Living Black: March 13, 2017

NITV March 15, 2017

Indigenous Australians

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The NSW Physical Disability Rugby League competition is set to welcome their fifth season of a code created to fill need for a sport that caters for people with disabilities.

The NSW Physical Disability Rugby League competition is set to welcome their fifth season of a code created to fill need for a sport that caters for people with disabilities.

Living Black
25:01

Living Black: March 29, 2017

NITV March 29, 2017

Indigenous Australians

News and current affairs

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Living Black gains rare access to the Alice Springs Correctional Centre, where they get a glimpse into the lives of three Aboriginal inmates serving time.

Living Black gains rare access to the Alice Springs Correctional Centre, where they get a glimpse into the lives of three Aboriginal inmates serving time.

Australian Story
30:28

Australian Story: Tough Love

ABC October 3, 2016

Personal and social capability

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When Michael Cox and Taylor Anderton became an item their parents were delighted their adult children, who both have Down syndrome, had found love. But now the families ...

When Michael Cox and Taylor Anderton became an item their parents were delighted their adult children, who both have Down syndrome, had found love. But now the families question if the couple is ready for marriage and children.