Is it possible to mimic the trance-like state of a creative mind? This week on Talking Heads Peter Thompson is joined by bestselling author Sue Woolfe in a must-see program for anyone interested in the creative process.
Australia is the driest inhabited continent on earth, but our huge desert centre is no barren wasteland - it's full of stunning landscapes, surprising wildlife, rugged mountain ranges and even desert fish.
The classic Greek tragedy by Sophocles stars Christopher Plummer as the psychologically tortured Oedipus. The successful monarch begins his downward slide after he discovers he has murdered his father and had children with his own mother.
The world's biggest youth variety extravaganza, the Schools Spectacular, is celebrating its 27th year. ABC3's Kayne and Amberley join forces with John Foreman to bring you all the colour and excitement.
Screening on SBS ONE, on the same day that Americans vote in mid-term elections, is Outrage, a searing indictment of the hypocrisy of closeted politicians with appalling gay rights voting records, who actively campaign against the community they covertly belong to.
The second part of this series examines the aftermath and the enduring controversies that emerged as succeeding generations of Americans struggled to comprehend the sudden murder of an unforgettable leader.
Sam Dunn is a 30-year-old anthropologist. He's also a lifelong metal fan. After years of studying diverse cultures, Sam turns his eye a little closer to home and embarks on an epic journey into the heart of heavy metal.
Stories include, 'Gillard, Abbott talk tough on crime', 'Warning on looming aged care crisis', 'Labor power couple bow out together', 'Mortage belt seat an election bellwether', 'Schapelle's sentence may get slashed', 'Compensation payment a sincere apology', 'Negligence on a massive scale: Assange'.
Who doesn't love a whodunit? We've turned this week's show into a mystery and we're going to use all the different kinds of science that are used to analyse clues found at the scene of a crime to solve it.
Join Christine Anu, James Tobin, Clint Bizzell and Samantha Harris as they get behind the One Laptop Per Child initiative in Australia, which helps to provide remote Aussie kids with new opportunities through technology.