Shark Tank
51:05

Shark Tank

Season 4 Episode 1 10 Bold July 7, 2019

Business and economics

Personal and social capability

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First in the tank are entrepreneurs seeking investment for their drone education program. Then, two best mates ask for $1 million for their brewery, and a 17-year-old fronts ...

First in the tank are entrepreneurs seeking investment for their drone education program. Then, two best mates ask for $1 million for their brewery, and a 17-year-old fronts the sharks about his doughnut business.

Australian Story
33:14

Australian Story: After the World Ended

ABC June 10, 2019

Personal and social capability

News and current affairs

9-10
11-12
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When Malaysian airlines flight MH17 was shot down over Ukraine, the loss of Perth children Mo, Evie, Otis and their granddad Nick touched the nation. Their parents reveal how ...

When Malaysian airlines flight MH17 was shot down over Ukraine, the loss of Perth children Mo, Evie, Otis and their granddad Nick touched the nation. Their parents reveal how they rebuilt their world.

Australian Story
30:24

Australian Story: Lady Justice

ABC June 3, 2019

Personal and social capability

News and current affairs

9-10
11-12
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From high-security women’s prisoner to high-profile crusading lawyer, Debbie Kilroy has made a career of helping the country's most disadvantaged women and stopping the cycle ...

From high-security women’s prisoner to high-profile crusading lawyer, Debbie Kilroy has made a career of helping the country's most disadvantaged women and stopping the cycle of imprisonment.

Australian Story
29:59

Australian Story: The Wronged Man (Andrew Mallard)

ABC May 27, 2019

Personal and social capability

News and current affairs

9-10
11-12
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The victim of a miscarriage of justice, Andrew Mallard spent 12 years in jail for murder. His conviction was quashed after uncovering a trail of deception and police ...

The victim of a miscarriage of justice, Andrew Mallard spent 12 years in jail for murder. His conviction was quashed after uncovering a trail of deception and police misconduct, but his life ended in a cruel twist of fate.

Australian Story
35:08

Australian Story: Just Call Me Bob

ABC May 20, 2019

Personal and social capability

News and current affairs

9-10
11-12
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In Bob Hawke — 23rd prime minister, fearless reformer and Labor giant — Australia found a political leader, the likes of which we’d never seen before. Australian Story ...

In Bob Hawke — 23rd prime minister, fearless reformer and Labor giant — Australia found a political leader, the likes of which we’d never seen before. Australian Story remembers the late Bob Hawke.

Australian Story
30:56

Australian Story: Out of the Box (Kate Miller-Heidke)

ABC May 13, 2019

Personal and social capability

News and current affairs

9-10
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An exhilarating backstage pass as Australia's Kate Miller-Heidke prepares for Eurovision and looks back on an extraordinary career.

An exhilarating backstage pass as Australia's Kate Miller-Heidke prepares for Eurovision and looks back on an extraordinary career.

Australian Story
30:08

Australian Story: Cry Me a River

ABC May 6, 2019

Personal and social capability

News and current affairs

9-10
11-12
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When a 21-year-old Menindee farmer came across thousands of dying fish in her beloved Darling River she was determined to tell the country what was happening. Four months on, ...

When a 21-year-old Menindee farmer came across thousands of dying fish in her beloved Darling River she was determined to tell the country what was happening. Four months on, what's happened to the people of Menindee?

Australian Story
29:28

Australian Story: Running on Empty

ABC April 29, 2019

Personal and social capability

News and current affairs

9-10
11-12
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How far would you push yourself for a cause you believe in? Mina Guli attempted 100 marathons in 100 days, showing the extent someone will push their body to raise awareness ...

How far would you push yourself for a cause you believe in? Mina Guli attempted 100 marathons in 100 days, showing the extent someone will push their body to raise awareness to the global water crisis and create change.

Anzac Day: Gallipoli Dawn Service
52:06

Anzac Day: Gallipoli Dawn Service: 2019

ABC April 25, 2019

History

Ethical Understanding

Personal and Social Capability

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Live from Gallipoli in Turkey, the Dawn Service as Australians commemorate the 104th anniversary of the landing at Gallipoli and honour the sacrifice of men and women in all ...

Live from Gallipoli in Turkey, the Dawn Service as Australians commemorate the 104th anniversary of the landing at Gallipoli and honour the sacrifice of men and women in all forms of military service across the years.

Anzac Dawn Service from Sydney
59:09

Anzac Dawn Service from Sydney

ABC April 25, 2019

Civics and citizenship

Personal and social capability

Ethical understanding

Modern history

9-10
11-12
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ABC marks Anzac Day with all day coverage of commemorations across Australia and around the world. We begin with live coverage of the Dawn Service from the Cenotaph in Martin ...

ABC marks Anzac Day with all day coverage of commemorations across Australia and around the world. We begin with live coverage of the Dawn Service from the Cenotaph in Martin Place, Sydney.

Anzac Dawn Service from Canberra
37:54

Anzac Dawn Service from Canberra

ABC April 25, 2019

Civics and citizenship

Personal and social capability

Ethical understanding

Modern history

9-10
11-12
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Anzac Day commemorations continue with live coverage of the National Dawn Service from the Australian War Memorial in Canberra.

Anzac Day commemorations continue with live coverage of the National Dawn Service from the Australian War Memorial in Canberra.

Australian Story
30:05

Australian Story: Jocelyn Moorhouse and PJ Hogan: The Kids are Alright

ABC April 21, 2019

Personal and social capability

News and current affairs

9-10
11-12
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Movie directors Jocelyn Moorhouse and PJ Hogan talk candidly about the challenges, heartbreak and unexpected joys of living with two severely autistic children.

Movie directors Jocelyn Moorhouse and PJ Hogan talk candidly about the challenges, heartbreak and unexpected joys of living with two severely autistic children.

Australian Story
30:04

Australian Story: The Kids Are Alright

ABC April 15, 2019

Personal and social capability

News and current affairs

9-10
11-12
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Jocelyn Moorhouse and PJ Hogan are two of this country’s most celebrated movie directors. The success of their debut films had Hollywood calling and they have since worked ...

Jocelyn Moorhouse and PJ Hogan are two of this country’s most celebrated movie directors. The success of their debut films had Hollywood calling and they have since worked with some of the biggest names in film. They are also the parents of four children, two of whom have severe autism. And the experience of raising those children has shaped their personalities and careers. Jocelyn gave up her career to concentrate on her son and daughter’s therapy. She didn't expect to direct again. But in 2015, 18 years after making her last film, she made a triumphant return with The Dressmaker. In this intimate portrait, the family speaks candidly about the challenges, heartbreak and unexpected joys of living with two severely autistic children. Introduced by Cate Blanchett

Australian Story
33:01

Australian Story: A World of Their Own

ABC April 8, 2019

Personal and social capability

News and current affairs

9-10
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The Seekers were the trailblazers of Australian music in the 1960s, knocking heavy hitters such as the Beatles off the top of the charts in the UK and taking the US by storm. ... ...

The Seekers were the trailblazers of Australian music in the 1960s, knocking heavy hitters such as the Beatles off the top of the charts in the UK and taking the US by storm. Best known for their unique blend of harmonies and the voice of Judith Durham, the band were unlike anything of their time. Now, fresh off the back of a record deal featuring their final tour, The Seekers are taking part in the first television documentary since their split 50 years ago. All four band members Athol Guy, Bruce Woodley, Judith Durham and Keith Potger discuss their music, the impact of sudden fame and the painful fallout from their famous parting. Introduced by Myf Warhurst.

Australian Story
30:59

Australian Story: The Invisible Man

ABC April 1, 2019

Personal and social capability

News and current affairs

9-10
11-12
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The extraordinary story of Behrouz Boochani, the man who won Australia’s richest literary award but remains unable to set foot in this country. The stateless refugee, who is ...

The extraordinary story of Behrouz Boochani, the man who won Australia’s richest literary award but remains unable to set foot in this country. The stateless refugee, who is in detention on Manus Island, smuggled out his entire book text by text on a smuggled mobile phone. In January, No Friend But the Mountains won the $100,000 Victorian Prize for Literature, Born during the Iran-Iraq war and suffering persecution as a Kurd in his homeland, Boochani fled Iran, seeking refuge in Australia. Arriving on Christmas Island four days after the government toughened its stance on refugees arriving by boat, he was taken to Manus Island where he has remained for five years. This is the story of determination to celebrate life, even when virtually all hope of escaping a hellish situation has been dashed. Introduced by writer Anna Funder.

Australian Story
30:13

Australian Story: Telling Tales

ABC March 25, 2019

Personal and social capability

News and current affairs

9-10
11-12
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Writer and comedian Rosie Waterland has made a successful career out of seeing the funny side of her traumatic childhood. Whether it’s growing up with alcoholic parents, ...

Writer and comedian Rosie Waterland has made a successful career out of seeing the funny side of her traumatic childhood. Whether it’s growing up with alcoholic parents, hiding from welfare workers as a "houso" kid or finding her father’s 'dead’ body', the darker things got in Rosie’s life, the funnier she became. But as Rosie's star was rising, the trauma of her childhood caught up with her. It's been her three sisters, torn apart as children when the family disintegrated, who’ve been the ones helping her back to wholeness.

Australian Story
30:37

Australian Story: It Takes A Village

ABC March 18, 2019

Personal and social capability

News and current affairs

9-10
11-12
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This week’s Australian Story takes viewers behind the scenes of the Australian effort to separate Bhutanese conjoined twins Nima and Dawa. It took a village of medicos, ...

This week’s Australian Story takes viewers behind the scenes of the Australian effort to separate Bhutanese conjoined twins Nima and Dawa. It took a village of medicos, health workers and volunteers to bring them to Australia, perform the ground-breaking operation and assist in their five month recovery. The story features exclusive interviews and vision, including the first moments the toddlers reunite with their father in Bhutan as newly independent individuals.

Australian Story
31:29

Australian Story: A Bitter Pill

ABC March 11, 2019

Personal and social capability

News and current affairs

9-10
11-12
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It’s widely accepted nowadays that pregnant women shouldn’t take any medication unless it’s absolutely necessary. But in the early 1960s that wasn’t the case. Reassured by ...

It’s widely accepted nowadays that pregnant women shouldn’t take any medication unless it’s absolutely necessary. But in the early 1960s that wasn’t the case. Reassured by their doctors, thousands of women around the world took the drug thalidomide as a treatment for morning sickness, only to be faced with babies born with catastrophic disabilities. Born in March 1963, Lisa McManus is one of Australia’s youngest survivors. She’s leading a group who have taken their fight to Canberra’s Parliament House, in a last ditch battle for recognition, compensation and an apology.