I Think I'm an Animal reveals the world of people who feel they're an animal born in a human body. Joined by a belief system and a growing internet presence, these 'Otherkin' are meeting and forming relationships.
Fans of the Argentinean football club Boca Juniors have founded the first Maradonian Church - also known as the Hand of God Church - to worship their football idol Diego Maradona. The church's congregation of 400 Diegorian Brothers considers Maradona's autobiography I Am Diego as their Bible.
Taking a driving test is something that everyone can relate to. It is a stressful rite of passage for all young people but even more so for autistic people with low self-confidence and poor social skills. Driving represents the independence they often find so difficult to achieve in the rest of their lives. This counter intuitive film follows young characters with autism at different stages along the journey towards learning to drive including the dramatic build up to their theory and practical tests.
In a social experiment based on the studies of neuroscientists, this episode hosted by Ray Martin features father Peter and daughter Kayleigh who haven't seen each other in 18 years; Blythe, 21, who thinks her grandmother, Tina, favoured her sister and caused her deep insecurities; and siblings Taylor and Tynan, whose close relationship fell apart when their parents divorced.
Having survived their first day of high school the kids debrief about the litany of firsts they experienced, and it seems making new friends looms large on everyone's agenda. Title also stylised as My Year Seven Life. Study guide available at http://bit.ly/myyear7lifeguide.