Insiders
58:33

Insiders: June 4, 2017

ABC June 4, 2017

News and current affairs

Civics and citizenship

11-12
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Barrie Cassidy presents Australia's most popular political program. We interview the key players, providing analysis, opinion and robust debate from the country's leading ...

Barrie Cassidy presents Australia's most popular political program. We interview the key players, providing analysis, opinion and robust debate from the country's leading political commentators.

Foreign Correspondent
32:28

Foreign Correspondent: Life in Kerobokan

ABC June 13, 2017

News and current affairs

Civics and citizenship

11-12
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Foreign Correspondent exclusive: unprecedented access inside Bali's notorious Kerobokan jail - a riveting slice of life inside one our region's notorious prisons.

Foreign Correspondent exclusive: unprecedented access inside Bali's notorious Kerobokan jail - a riveting slice of life inside one our region's notorious prisons.

Blue Murder: Killer Cop
1:24:47

Blue Murder: Killer Cop

Episode 2 Seven August 7, 2017

Media arts

Civics and citizenship

11-12
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In this instalment, Roger Rogerson struggles to make a living in a world that's rapidly changing, caught between the pressures of criminals, police and a love that might save him.

In this instalment, Roger Rogerson struggles to make a living in a world that's rapidly changing, caught between the pressures of criminals, police and a love that might save him.

Four Corners
43:11

Four Corners: Betting On The House

ABC August 21, 2017

News and current affairs

Civics and citizenship

11-12
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The statistics are startling. Australians are carrying more personal debt than ever before. For every one dollar earned, on average, Australians have nearly two dollars of ...

The statistics are startling. Australians are carrying more personal debt than ever before. For every one dollar earned, on average, Australians have nearly two dollars of debt. We hold the dubious position of having the second highest level of household debt in the world. Much of this stems from our obsession with buying real estate. On Monday, Four Corners investigates the forces driving our debt fuelled housing boom and the risks it poses for the nation. The program draws together key experts to map the danger zones in the housing market and will reveal the Australian suburbs currently experiencing the highest levels of mortgage stress. Experts are warning that a wave of home owners and property investors will be unable to cope if there's an increase in interest rates or a change in their personal circumstances. Regulators have been tightening the screws on lending requirements but there are concerns it's too little too late. The program investigates the lending practices that have driven the boom in residential lending, and asks, 10 years on from the global financial crisis, if the banks are prepared for a potential crash landing.

The Lockerbie Bombing
51:43

The Lockerbie Bombing

SBS June 28, 2017

Ethical understanding

Civics and citizenship

11-12
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Dateline presents this documentary special about the Lockerbie bombing. At 7.02 pm on Wednesday December 21, 1988, a device inside Pan Am flight 103's Boeing 747 detonated at ...

Dateline presents this documentary special about the Lockerbie bombing. At 7.02 pm on Wednesday December 21, 1988, a device inside Pan Am flight 103's Boeing 747 detonated at 31,000 feet killing all 259 people on board and a further 11 on the ground. Suddenly the eyes of the world were on the sleepy town of Lockerbie as it became witness and victim to one of the worst terrorist attacks in history. This emotional documentary on the Lockerbie bombing, pieces together the experience of the relatives and those involved in the investigation to examine a crime that linked two countries together in tragedy and changed the way we would travel forever.

Foreign Correspondent
55:29

Foreign Correspondent: Through American Eyes

ABC June 27, 2017

News and current affairs

Civics and citizenship

11-12
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ABC News and The New York Times collaborate on a special in which New York Times National Correspondent John Eligon examines the state of race relations in Australia through ...

ABC News and The New York Times collaborate on a special in which New York Times National Correspondent John Eligon examines the state of race relations in Australia through the fresh eyes of a journalist from Missouri.

Four Corners
44:13

Four Corners: Combustible

ABC September 4, 2017

News and current affairs

Civics and citizenship

11-12
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Across Australia, governments, councils and the building industry are grappling with a problem so large, it almost defies belief. Residential buildings, hospitals, shopping ...

Across Australia, governments, councils and the building industry are grappling with a problem so large, it almost defies belief. Residential buildings, hospitals, shopping centres and commercial buildings, have been built with flammable aluminium cladding, posing a potentially serious fire risk. It took the catastrophic Grenfell Tower fire in London, which claimed at least 80 lives, to set off alarm bells here, but as Four Corners will reveal, the danger posed by this cladding should not have come as a surprise. On Monday, Four Corners investigates why huge amounts of this aluminium cladding has been installed on so many of our buildings, and whether a desire to cut costs won out over caution. Insiders say there has been a colossal failure of regulation and oversight. With access to the tests now under way on suspect aluminium cladding, we reveal the enormity of the problem facing authorities and ask who will pay to remove and replace it.

Hijacked
44:33

Hijacked

Episode 2 SBS August 16, 2017

Ethical understanding

Civics and citizenship

11-12
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
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This series tells the shocking true stories of some of the most infamous hijackings, sieges and hostage stand-offs that have gripped the world. This episode tells the dramatic ...

This series tells the shocking true stories of some of the most infamous hijackings, sieges and hostage stand-offs that have gripped the world. This episode tells the dramatic story of the 1985 hijacking of TWA flight 847 shortly after take-off from Athens airport. The hijackers, members of Hezbollah and Islamic Jihad, were seeking the release of 700 Shi'ite Muslims from Israeli custody. Amongst the passengers and crew who endured what was to become a 17-day ordeal of threats and beatings was international singing star Demis Roussos.

Four Corners
45:34

Four Corners: Mongrel Bunch of Bastards

ABC April 9, 2018

News and current affairs

Civics and citizenship

11-12
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The Australia Taxation Office is a formidable enforcer with extraordinary powers. It can raid your home or business without a warrant, it can compel you to answer questions ...

The Australia Taxation Office is a formidable enforcer with extraordinary powers. It can raid your home or business without a warrant, it can compel you to answer questions and treat you as guilty until proven innocent. While there's strong public support for a crackdown on major multinational corporations to force them to pay their fair share, there is growing concern that the ATO is targeting people a long way from the big end of town. In a major joint Four Corners-Fairfax investigation, reporter Adele Ferguson puts the actions of the ATO under the microscope, examining how it uses its extensive powers.

Four Corners
48:55

Four Corners: Democracy, Data and Dirty Tricks

ABC April 16, 2018

News and current affairs

Civics and citizenship

11-12
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On Monday night Four Corners brings you the undercover investigation that has left social media giant Facebook reeling through the unmasking of the secretive political ...

On Monday night Four Corners brings you the undercover investigation that has left social media giant Facebook reeling through the unmasking of the secretive political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica and the dirty tricks they deployed. Four months in the making, this ITN investigation for Channel 4 in the UK used hidden cameras to reveal the tactics used by the UK firm Cambridge Anayltica to influence elections and undermine the democratic process in several countries. And the company's former director of research, Chris Wylie, explains how they did it.

Four Corners
43:44

Four Corners: China Rising

ABC October 3, 2016

News and current affairs

Civics and citizenship

11-12
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China Rising: The challenges for Australia as China and the US struggle for supremacy in Asia. On Monday night, reporter Peter Greste joins Four Corners for a special report ...

China Rising: The challenges for Australia as China and the US struggle for supremacy in Asia. On Monday night, reporter Peter Greste joins Four Corners for a special report on the rise of China and its escalating contest with the United States in the Asia Pacific region. "Australia sits at the intersection of these two great powers. The problem for us is the historical forces driving each of them are far greater than anything we can possibly control, so we need to find out how those forces might play out." Peter Greste In interviews with key players from the world of diplomacy and strategic affairs, the program explores how Australia is trying to balance two competing interests.

Insiders
58:51

Insiders: August 21, 2016

ABC August 21, 2016

News and current affairs

Civics and citizenship

11-12
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Barrie Cassidy presents Australia's most popular political program. We interview the key players, providing analysis, opinion and robust debate from the country's leading ...

Barrie Cassidy presents Australia's most popular political program. We interview the key players, providing analysis, opinion and robust debate from the country's leading political commentators.

Insiders
58:32

Insiders: March 5, 2017

ABC March 5, 2017

News and current affairs

Civics and citizenship

11-12
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Barrie Cassidy presents Australia's most popular political program. We interview the key players, providing analysis, opinion and robust debate from the country's leading ...

Barrie Cassidy presents Australia's most popular political program. We interview the key players, providing analysis, opinion and robust debate from the country's leading political commentators.

Four Corners
43:07

Four Corners: The Price Of The American Dream

ABC March 13, 2017

News and current affairs

Civics and citizenship

11-12
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"Make America Great Again!" was the catchcry that propelled President Donald Trump all the way to the White House. He tapped into the deep sense of unease felt by many ...

"Make America Great Again!" was the catchcry that propelled President Donald Trump all the way to the White House. He tapped into the deep sense of unease felt by many Americans, that despite the nation's economic recovery after the global financial crisis, they have been left behind. Four Corners brings you the story of those Americans desperately hoping for change: America's shrinking middle class who are fast joining the swelling ranks of the working poor. Germania works 18 hours a day at two minimum-wage jobs, but no matter how hard she works, it's not enough. Most of her salary goes on the small motel room she shares with her children and mother-in-law. Her dreams of being a paediatrician have faded. Others chase work across the country. Joe, Chelsie and their three daughters, arrived in Seattle hoping to find jobs in the city's building boom. Instead, they find themselves living in a tent city set up in a church carpark. They're joined by others who never believed they could fall so far down the country's economic ladder. And as companies try to cut costs and move jobs to cheaper areas, many workers are facing an uncertain future for the first time in their working lives.

Insiders
58:44

Insiders: March 19, 2017

ABC March 19, 2017

News and current affairs

Civics and citizenship

11-12
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Barrie Cassidy presents Australia's most popular political program. We interview the key players, providing analysis, opinion and robust debate from the country's leading ...

Barrie Cassidy presents Australia's most popular political program. We interview the key players, providing analysis, opinion and robust debate from the country's leading political commentators.

Four Corners
45:42

Four Corners: Crown Confidential: Packer's Losing Hand

ABC March 6, 2017

News and current affairs

Civics and citizenship

11-12
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James Packer and his Crown gambling and entertainment empire have bet big, for more than a decade on China, and its VIP gamblers. These high rollers have fuelled Crown's ...

James Packer and his Crown gambling and entertainment empire have bet big, for more than a decade on China, and its VIP gamblers. These high rollers have fuelled Crown's booming businesses in Asia and Australia. But one night in October last year, all that was turned on its head. Fifteen Crown employees and a number of associates were swept into custody in a carefully coordinated series of raids across four cities in China. Crown's operations had run headlong into China's biggest ever corruption crackdown, leaving its business model in disarray. Four Corners investigates what went wrong for Crown in China. Reporter Marian Wilkinson pieces together the key characters and events in the lead up to the arrests. And explores what this means for Crown's casino business here in Australia, especially the multibillion-dollar Barangaroo project in Sydney, as the bottom falls out of their Chinese high roller market.

Insiders
58:11

Insiders: December 10, 2017

ABC December 10, 2017

News and current affairs

Civics and citizenship

11-12
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After a week of sittings to resolve the citizenship saga and debate same-sex marriage legislation, Barrie Cassidy and the panel look at the week in Parliament as we enter the ...

After a week of sittings to resolve the citizenship saga and debate same-sex marriage legislation, Barrie Cassidy and the panel look at the week in Parliament as we enter the final week of the Bennelong by-election campaign.

The Vietnam War
57:51

The Vietnam War: Doubt

Season 1 Episode 4 SBS December 16, 2017

History

Civics and citizenship

11-12
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
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Defying American airpower, North Vietnamese troops and materiel stream down the Ho Chi Minh Trail into the South, while Saigon struggles to "pacify the countryside." As an ...

Defying American airpower, North Vietnamese troops and materiel stream down the Ho Chi Minh Trail into the South, while Saigon struggles to "pacify the countryside." As an anti-war movement builds back home; hundreds of thousands of soldiers and marines discover that the war they are being asked to fight in Vietnam is nothing like their fathers' war.