In 2010, Susan Neill-Fraser, a Tasmanian grandmother was jailed for 26 years for killing her partner. There were no witnesses, no weapon, no forensic evidence linking her to the scene, no confession and Bob Chappell's body has never been found. The police focused on one suspect - Sue Neill-Fraser. Why was the jury convinced beyond reasonable doubt? Her family must prove she is innocent. The more they investigate the more they uncover mistakes, lies and misrepresentation. Set in Hobart, this documentary follows one of the most intriguing and alarming cases in recent Australian history.
Bettany Hughes travels to Vienna on the trail of Sigmund Freud, the father of psychoanalysis. Freud's influence surrounds us. In our vocabulary - repression, penis envy, the Freudian slip - and in the freedom we take for granted, to talk openly about our deepest feelings and insecurities.