British actor Stephen Fry embarks on a deeply personal journey: HIV. Stephen delves into the complex world of HIV and, in his usual critical but compassionate manner, examines society's understanding of the virus.
Documentary filmmaker, Phoebe Hart, comes clean on her journey of self discovery to embrace her future and reconcile the past shame and family secrecy surrounding her intersex condition. Despite her mother's outright refusal to be in the film, Phoebe decides she must push on with her quest to resolve her life story and connect with other intersex people on camera. With the help of her sister Bonnie and support from her husband James, she hits the open road and reflects on her youth.
This documentary observes a study examining how the resting brain responds to MDMA. Led by David Nutt, Edmond J Safra Professor of Neuropsychopharmacology at Imperial College London, and Professor Val Curran from University College London, the research uses functional magnetic resonance imaging to examine the effects of MDMA in healthy volunteers under laboratory conditions.
The hit ABC TV series Making Australia Happy and Making Couples Happy proved that science can make individuals and couples happier in just eight weeks. Now, in an Australian and world first, the 'Happiness' team are turning their attention to their greatest challenge yet: FAMILIES.
The families learn the power of both kindness and positive stress. The McDonalds face crisis and threaten to withdraw, while financial worries affect the Watsons. The Camerons are at loggerheads over parenting.
The three families enter the final leg of their happiness journey, but experts John and Clare still have doubts about whether the experiment will end with them all achieving a happiness score higher than 70. Any figure above that means that they are genuinely happy.