Foreign Correspondent
27:40

Foreign Correspondent: May 26, 2020

ABC May 26, 2020

News and current affairs

Civics and citizenship

11-12
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The show that takes the road less travelled, to the ends of the Earth, in search of the story. Open a window to the world as our network of foreign correspondents uncover ...

The show that takes the road less travelled, to the ends of the Earth, in search of the story. Open a window to the world as our network of foreign correspondents uncover stories and meet people you won't see elsewhere.

Four Corners
47:54

Four Corners: Outbreak Onboard

ABC May 25, 2020

News and current affairs

Civics and citizenship

11-12
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How the Ruby Princess became an incubator for infection, leaving passengers and staff dangerously exposed. An alarming picture emerges of crucial decisions by the cruise ...

How the Ruby Princess became an incubator for infection, leaving passengers and staff dangerously exposed. An alarming picture emerges of crucial decisions by the cruise operator and the actions of Australian authorities.

Q and A
1:04:11

Q and A: Australia Reimagined

ABC May 25, 2020

News and current affairs

Civics and citizenship

9-10
11-12
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The big ideas to build a better Australia. COVID-19 is forcing us to innovate and change how we work and live. Can we seize this moment to reimagine our future? How will it ...

The big ideas to build a better Australia. COVID-19 is forcing us to innovate and change how we work and live. Can we seize this moment to reimagine our future? How will it shape technology, the economy and our society? Panellists: Lucy Turnbull, former lord mayor of Sydney; Jordan Nguyen, engineer, futurist and broadcaster; Alan Finkel, chief scientist; Rae Johnston, science and technology editor, NITV; Genevieve Bell, anthropologist and AI specialist; and women's advocate Georgie Dent.

Last Days of Solitary
1:52:50

Last Days of Solitary

SBS May 24, 2020

Civics and citizenship

Personal and social capability

Ethical understanding

11-12
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
The US is the world leader in solitary confinement, with more than 80,000 American prisoners being held in isolation. In recent years, more than 30 states have begun to ...

The US is the world leader in solitary confinement, with more than 80,000 American prisoners being held in isolation. In recent years, more than 30 states have begun to experiment with reforms aimed at reducing the use of solitary. Filmed over three years, this searing documentary offers the most comprehensive exploration of this controversial practice, with immersive, unprecedented access to the solitary unit at Maine State Prison. It portrays the psychological integration of human beings, and the challenge of how to deal with men considered the most dangerous and difficult in the state.

Insiders
59:22

Insiders: May 24, 2020

ABC May 24, 2020

News and current affairs

Civics and citizenship

11-12
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David Speers interviews shadow minister for foreign affairs Penny Wong, and Mike Bowers talks pictures with A Rational Fear's Dan Ilic. On the couch are the ABC's Annabel ...

David Speers interviews shadow minister for foreign affairs Penny Wong, and Mike Bowers talks pictures with A Rational Fear's Dan Ilic. On the couch are the ABC's Annabel Crabb, the Australian's Greg Sheridan and Seven News' Mark Riley to discuss the $60 billion miscalculation over JobKeeper, climate and energy policy, trade with China, plus National Cabinet consensus strained over borders and pubs.

Cold Justice
25:09

Cold Justice: Theresa Binge (Part 2)

Season 2 Episode 3 NITV May 21, 2020

Indigenous Australians

Ethical understanding

Civics and citizenship

11-12
Classification: Parental GuidanceClassification: Parental Guidance
In 2003, in the remote Queensland-NSW border town of Goondiwindi, 43-year-old Aboriginal grandmother Theresa Binge went missing. Twelve days later, her badly beaten body was ...

In 2003, in the remote Queensland-NSW border town of Goondiwindi, 43-year-old Aboriginal grandmother Theresa Binge went missing. Twelve days later, her badly beaten body was found dumped in a concrete culvert outside of town. Despite strong leads, the investigation failed to find her killer. Fifteen years on, Theresa's family are still desperately seeking answers. We retrace Theresa's last steps, find new leads and speak with authorities.

Foreign Correspondent
29:18

Foreign Correspondent: The World's Biggest Lockdown

ABC May 19, 2020

News and current affairs

Civics and citizenship

11-12
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India has enforced the world's biggest lockdown. When the government ordered people to stay home, millions of migrant workers left the city for their villages so they wouldn't ...

India has enforced the world's biggest lockdown. When the government ordered people to stay home, millions of migrant workers left the city for their villages so they wouldn't starve. Is the cure worse than the disease?

Q and A
1:00:37

Q and A: Young and Free?

ABC May 18, 2020

News and current affairs

Civics and citizenship

9-10
11-12
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Life after COVID-19 will be different for all of us, particularly young Australians. The crisis-driven economic downturn is hitting young people hard with job losses, ...

Life after COVID-19 will be different for all of us, particularly young Australians. The crisis-driven economic downturn is hitting young people hard with job losses, lockdowns and a financial burden for many years to come. Panellists: Yael Stone, actor and climate advocate; Sophie Johnston, commissioner, National Youth Commission; Tim Fung, CEO and co-founder, Airtasker; Danielle Wood, economist, Grattan Institute; and Innes Willox, CEO, Australian Industry Group.

Four Corners
44:18

Four Corners: Climate Wars

ABC May 18, 2020

News and current affairs

Civics and citizenship

11-12
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How brutal politics derailed climate policy in Australia. Several former senior public servants speak about flawed decision making and squandered opportunities by parties on ...

How brutal politics derailed climate policy in Australia. Several former senior public servants speak about flawed decision making and squandered opportunities by parties on all sides of the political spectrum over a decade.

Insiders
58:21

Insiders: May 17, 2020

ABC May 17, 2020

News and current affairs

Civics and citizenship

11-12
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David Speers interviews federal minister for trade, tourism and investment, Simon Birmingham, and Mike Bowers talks pictures with Nine newspapers' Alex Ellinghausen. On the ...

David Speers interviews federal minister for trade, tourism and investment, Simon Birmingham, and Mike Bowers talks pictures with Nine newspapers' Alex Ellinghausen. On the couch are the West Australian's Lanai Scarr, ABC Melbourne Radio's Raf Epstein and Guardian columnist Malcolm Farr to discuss China's beef with Australia amid escalating trade tensions, the state of the economy after 594,000 people lost their job, plus the Queensland govt's bid for Virgin.

Raised in the System: Youth Behind Bars
43:07

Raised in the System: Youth Behind Bars

SBS Viceland May 16, 2020

Civics and citizenship

Ethical understanding

11-12
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
The US incarcerates more juveniles than any other country. Vice News and Michael K Williams investigate this trend and how it affects those stuck in the system.

The US incarcerates more juveniles than any other country. Vice News and Michael K Williams investigate this trend and how it affects those stuck in the system.

Munich
2:30:27

Munich

9Gem May 15, 2020

Media arts

Civics and citizenship

11-12
Classification: Mature Accompanied (15+)Classification: Mature Accompanied (15+)
In 1972, the Summer Olympics in Munich, which had been dubbed The Olympics of Peace and Joy, were off to a rousing start. Suddenly, without warning, an extremist Palestinian ...

In 1972, the Summer Olympics in Munich, which had been dubbed The Olympics of Peace and Joy, were off to a rousing start. Suddenly, without warning, an extremist Palestinian group known as Black September invaded the Olympic Village, massacring the Israeli Olympic team. While the Munich terror was seen and felt around the world, the intensely secret aftermath of the event has remained largely unknown.

Foreign Correspondent
29:54

Foreign Correspondent: The War Next Door

ABC May 12, 2020

News and current affairs

Civics and citizenship

11-12
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A secret war on Australia's doorstep. Sally Sara reports from inside the escalating conflict in Indonesian-ruled West Papua. There have been protests, fighting, a security ...

A secret war on Australia's doorstep. Sally Sara reports from inside the escalating conflict in Indonesian-ruled West Papua. There have been protests, fighting, a security crackdown, hundreds dead and thousands displaced.

Q and A
1:04:06

Q and A: The Premiers

ABC May 11, 2020

News and current affairs

Civics and citizenship

9-10
11-12
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Driving big decisions and making plans under pressure our state premiers have emerged powerful leaders in the COVID crisis. Daniel Andrews (Victoria), Gladys Berejiklian (NSW) ...

Driving big decisions and making plans under pressure our state premiers have emerged powerful leaders in the COVID crisis. Daniel Andrews (Victoria), Gladys Berejiklian (NSW) and Annastacia Palaszczuk (Queensland) answer your questions. Panellists: Dan Andrews, premier of Victoria; Gladys Berejiklian, premier of New South Wales; with a live cross to Annastacia Palaszczuk, premier of Queensland.

Four Corners
44:45

Four Corners: Trump and COVID-19

ABC May 11, 2020

News and current affairs

Civics and citizenship

11-12
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As the shocking death toll continues to rise, US President Donald Trump's calls for states to reopen could have catastrophic consequences. We track the halting federal ...

As the shocking death toll continues to rise, US President Donald Trump's calls for states to reopen could have catastrophic consequences. We track the halting federal response, early warnings, missed opportunities and mixed messages.

Trump's Wall
43:14

Trump's Wall

SBS Viceland May 10, 2020

Civics and citizenship

News and current affairs

9-10
11-12
Classification: Parental GuidanceClassification: Parental Guidance
It's one of the most divisive infrastructure projects in American history. Vice News examines the rhetoric and reality behind Trump's border wall between the United States and ...

It's one of the most divisive infrastructure projects in American history. Vice News examines the rhetoric and reality behind Trump's border wall between the United States and Mexico.

Insiders
59:09

Insiders: May 10, 2020

ABC May 10, 2020

News and current affairs

Civics and citizenship

11-12
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David Speers interviews shadow industrial relations minister Tony Burke and Mike Bowers talks pictures with New York-based Australian cartoonist Jason Chatfield. On the panel ...

David Speers interviews shadow industrial relations minister Tony Burke and Mike Bowers talks pictures with New York-based Australian cartoonist Jason Chatfield. On the panel are the Herald Sun's James Campbell, 7.30's Laura Tingle and the Australian Financial Review's Phil Coorey to analyse the washup of Friday's National Cabinet meeting, Liberals and Nats in turmoil over the Eden-Monaro by-election plus concern over the Wuhan lab theory.

Cold Justice
27:44

Cold Justice: Stephen Smith

Season 2 Episode 1 NITV May 7, 2020

Indigenous Australians

Ethical understanding

Civics and citizenship

11-12
Classification: Not ClassifiedClassification: Not Classified
Seventeen-year-old Gomeroi teenager Steven Smith was the most popular boy in school with the world at his feet before it was cruelly snatched away. The teen was found dead on ...

Seventeen-year-old Gomeroi teenager Steven Smith was the most popular boy in school with the world at his feet before it was cruelly snatched away. The teen was found dead on train tracks outside the north-western NSW town of Quirindi in 1988 after attending a party. Despite his family being told by police during the initial investigation to "get over it" they have always maintained he was murdered, now this episode finds information to support their concerns.