We see Jacqui Lambie's struggle to save her son, Dylan, from addiction; how organised crime gets ice into the country; a raid to try to break a crime syndicate; and how does the drug court deter users from reoffending?
We Were Here documents the coming of what was called the 'Gay Plague' in the early 1980s. The documentary focuses on five individuals - all of whom lived in San Francisco prior to the epidemic. Their lives changed in unimaginable ways when their beloved city changed from a hotbed of sexual freedom and social experimentation into the epicentre of a terrible sexually transmitted plague. Broadcast as part of ABC's Sunday Best.
An Ordinary life is a series of documentaries that take an intimate look at the lives of individuals affected by disability. Some are born with their disability while others acquire it through accident or illness. All anyone wants in these remarkable stories is an ordinary life. Yet their circumstances are such that they lead anything but a regular existence.
Police and health services in Blacktown manage the local ice problem. A world champ speaks out about his struggles with addiction, showing meth doesn't discriminate. Another ex-user tells of redemption through rehabilitation.