NRL Sharks chairman Damian Keogh is caught with cocaine during a police operation, we visit inmates at Long Bay jail, and a case worker tries to find accommodation for elderly women who've been thrown out of home by their kids.
At the age of 28, Yariv Mozer was drafted as a reserve soldier in the second war in Lebanon in 2006. He took his camera with him, and over time interviewed many soldiers and officers. Through their stories he shows the devastation and the destruction caused by this war.
Exploring a decade long struggle for independence in Timor-Leste (East Timor) and the ongoing peace-building effort through the story of Kirsty Sword Gusmao, a human rights activist and former First Lady of East Timor.
Raul Castells was born in Che Guevara's village and admires Che's convictions. In 2006, Castells opened a community kitchen to feed the city's poor, in the centre of Puerto Madero, the most affluent area in Buenos Aires. Local restaurant owners and patrons were non-plussed. Raul is a walking, talking, pushing, barging force of nature. Raul The Terrible is a warts-and-all portrait of a man driven to change his world. The program is also an insight into the politics of poverty in twenty-first century Argentina.
Told through the point of view of their biggest rivals, these are the stories behind the world's greatest icons. Using rarely scene footage, this intimate portrait examines the life and struggles of blockbuster actor turned politician Arnold Schwarzenegger.