Australian Story
27:19

Australian Story: The Man in Bed 10

ABC February 26, 2018

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When medical student Dinesh Palipana was left a quadriplegic after a horrific car accident, he was told he would never become a doctor. Unable to feel anything in his arms and ...

When medical student Dinesh Palipana was left a quadriplegic after a horrific car accident, he was told he would never become a doctor. Unable to feel anything in his arms and legs, he knew as a third-year medical student that his spine had been damaged and his life had changed forever. Not even his best friends thought he would be able to finish medical school. Eight years later, he's one of the top young medicos working in busy Gold Coast University Hospital. Introduced by Queensland Ambulance Service medical director Dr Stephen Rashford.

Australian Story
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Australian Story: Leap of Faith (McRae and Campbell)

ABC February 19, 2018

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Meet the Billy Elliots of Australia! From humble beginnings in western Sydney, Steven McRae and Alexander Campbell have made it to the top of world ballet. The two men first ...

Meet the Billy Elliots of Australia! From humble beginnings in western Sydney, Steven McRae and Alexander Campbell have made it to the top of world ballet. The two men first met as boys competing on Sydney's dance circuit and their careers have been closely intertwined ever since. Both followed unlikely paths into ballet. Steven grew up in a family of drag racers and Alexander was a talented cricketer. Now, in a rare feat for Australia, they're both principal dancers at the prestigious Royal Ballet in London. A surprising story of rivalry, family sacrifice and sheer determination.

Australian Story
29:16

Australian Story: Long Journey Home

ABC February 12, 2018

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When scientist Jim Bowler saw a human skeleton emerging from the sandhills of the remote Willandra Lakes in 1974, he had no idea his chance discovery would radically rewrite ...

When scientist Jim Bowler saw a human skeleton emerging from the sandhills of the remote Willandra Lakes in 1974, he had no idea his chance discovery would radically rewrite Australian history. The full excavation revealed a complete skeleton covered in red ochre and in astonishingly good condition. Scientists would date Mungo Man at around 42,000 years old, pushing back the known date of human occupation in Australia by thousands of years. But for Mungo Man's traditional owners, the Mutthi Mutthi, Ngiyampaa and Paakantyi/Barkandji peoples, his discovery and removal to Canberra was a deep source of upset. When his remains were finally returned to country late last year it was an emotional homecoming for all, including Jim Bowler.

Australian Story
30:58

Australian Story: Here Come the Brides

ABC February 5, 2018

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In the season return of Australian Story, we go behind the scenes of the country's most high-profile same-sex wedding. Like many families across the country, the family of ...

In the season return of Australian Story, we go behind the scenes of the country's most high-profile same-sex wedding. Like many families across the country, the family of Christine Forster and her brother, former prime minister Tony Abbott, was divided by the same-sex marriage debate. After 10 years together, Christine has married her long-term partner Virginia Flitcroft. But beyond the champagne, frocks and flowers is a story of overcoming heartbreak, regret and family divisions.

Women's Work
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Women's Work

Season 1 Episode 3 ABC January 30, 2018

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In this new series we pay tribute to some extraordinary women from around the country who are making a difference to the lives of others.

In this new series we pay tribute to some extraordinary women from around the country who are making a difference to the lives of others.

Australian Of The Year 2018
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Australian Of The Year 2018

ABC January 25, 2018

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Celebrate the achievements of inspiring Australians making a significant contribution to their communities and the Nation. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is joined by Chris ...

Celebrate the achievements of inspiring Australians making a significant contribution to their communities and the Nation. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is joined by Chris Bath and Kumi Taguchi.

Australian of the Year 2017: In Conversation
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Australian of the Year 2017: In Conversation

ABC January 19, 2018

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Science

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Professor Alan Mackay-Sim, the 2017 Australian of the Year and biomedical scientist specialising in adult stem cell research, in conversation with Jane Hutcheon.

Professor Alan Mackay-Sim, the 2017 Australian of the Year and biomedical scientist specialising in adult stem cell research, in conversation with Jane Hutcheon.

Women's Work
27:38

Women's Work

Season 1 Episode 1 ABC January 16, 2018

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In this new series we pay tribute to some extraordinary women from around the country who are making a difference to the lives of others. In this episode, meet the wildlife ...

In this new series we pay tribute to some extraordinary women from around the country who are making a difference to the lives of others. In this episode, meet the wildlife rescuer whose suburban home is more like a zoo; the marathon runner raising millions for premature babies; the young lawyer energising a remote town; and the chef rescuing food and feeding those in need.

Women's Work
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Women's Work: Fatma Elzeim

Season 1 Episode 2 ABC January 16, 2018

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Fatma Elzeim founded the charity Mummies Paying it Forward to help the homeless, refugees and families affected by domestic violence. The oncology nurse donates blood, cooks ...

Fatma Elzeim founded the charity Mummies Paying it Forward to help the homeless, refugees and families affected by domestic violence. The oncology nurse donates blood, cooks for the homeless and donates thousands of books.

Growing Up Tough: Beyond Struggle Street
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Growing Up Tough: Beyond Struggle Street

SBS Viceland December 8, 2017

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Ethical understanding

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Children growing up amongst poverty, drug addiction or chronic unemployment have the odds stacked against them. But with strength and resilience, some kids can break the cycle ...

Children growing up amongst poverty, drug addiction or chronic unemployment have the odds stacked against them. But with strength and resilience, some kids can break the cycle and disadvantage. Marc Fennell profiles three such young people and asks what it takes to survive growing up tough?

Storyville
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Storyville: Marathon Boy

BBC World News December 2, 2017

Health and PE

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Filmed over a period of five years, the story of the youngest marathon runner ever who - at the age of four - is plucked from poverty in India by his coach.

Filmed over a period of five years, the story of the youngest marathon runner ever who - at the age of four - is plucked from poverty in India by his coach.

Australian Story
30:57

Australian Story: Without Rhyme Or Reason

ABC November 20, 2017

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Sydney-born woman Justine Damond Ruszczyk was living in Minneapolis and weeks away from her wedding when she was shot dead by a US police officer in shocking circumstances ...

Sydney-born woman Justine Damond Ruszczyk was living in Minneapolis and weeks away from her wedding when she was shot dead by a US police officer in shocking circumstances that are yet to be explained.

One Plus One
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One Plus One: Missy Higgins

ABC November 20, 2017

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She's been a shining light in the music industry since being discovered as a teenager writing songs about angst and heartbreak. Now singer-songwriter Missy Higgins says ...

She's been a shining light in the music industry since being discovered as a teenager writing songs about angst and heartbreak. Now singer-songwriter Missy Higgins says marriage and motherhood has ignited a political awareness.

Australian Story
28:24

Australian Story: Behind The Mask (Part 2)

ABC November 13, 2017

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Mike Willesee is considered a legendary journalist, with a career spanning 50 years on programs such as Four Corners and This Day Tonight before creating A Current Affair. Now ...

Mike Willesee is considered a legendary journalist, with a career spanning 50 years on programs such as Four Corners and This Day Tonight before creating A Current Affair. Now he faces his greatest challenge to date - throat cancer.

Australian Story
28:57

Australian Story: Behind The Mask (Part 1)

ABC November 6, 2017

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Mike Willesee is considered a legendary journalist, with a career spanning 50 years on programs such as Four Corners and This Day Tonight before creating A Current Affair. Now ...

Mike Willesee is considered a legendary journalist, with a career spanning 50 years on programs such as Four Corners and This Day Tonight before creating A Current Affair. Now he faces his greatest challenge to date - throat cancer.

Compass
27:29

Compass: Searching for Angelina

ABC November 4, 2017

Ethical understanding

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Growing up in South Africa, Steve Pasvolsky and his siblings were cared for by their nanny Angelina. When the Pasvolsky family migrated to Australia, they left Angelina ...

Growing up in South Africa, Steve Pasvolsky and his siblings were cared for by their nanny Angelina. When the Pasvolsky family migrated to Australia, they left Angelina behind. Forty years later they return to find her.

Australian Story
30:03

Australian Story: Balancing The Scales

ABC October 30, 2017

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Elisha Rose has lived with the shame and stigma of her father's actions since she was 13 years old. In 1998, Lindsey Rose was sentenced to five consecutive life sentences, ...

Elisha Rose has lived with the shame and stigma of her father's actions since she was 13 years old. In 1998, Lindsey Rose was sentenced to five consecutive life sentences, never to be released. But rather than being consumed by trauma, Elisha is determined to atone for her father's crimes.

The Mindfulness Tool Kit
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The Mindfulness Tool Kit: Mood

ABC Me October 26, 2017

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Let's talk about Mood! Did you know that recalling a happy memory can make you feel better straight away? Watch this episode to find out how the chemicals in our brains work ...

Let's talk about Mood! Did you know that recalling a happy memory can make you feel better straight away? Watch this episode to find out how the chemicals in our brains work to make this happen.