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A small group of children in an infant's school are painting portraits of their parents.

Michelle, Vicki and Aaron are young adults who suffered devastating disability through chronic illness and injury.

First it was Queensland and New South Wales, then Western Australia. Now, after years in denial, Victorian police are the latest to be engulfed in a scandal of entrenched and brutal corruption.

Back pain - almost all of us has either had it or will experience it in our life time.

An exclusive two part program featuring Greta Bradman, her father John and members of her extended family, who discuss the cost of fame, a shared love of classical music and the experience of livin

Australian Story goes to the Victorian city of Bendigo, which has been the flash point for a series of protests against the building of a mosque.

Could wifi-enabled devices be harmful to our health? You cannot see it or hear it but Wi-Fi blankets our homes, our schools and our cities.

This week Four Corners reporter Stephen Long exposes the highly questionable business practices of so called 'payday' lenders.

Geoff Thompson investigates the reasons behind the rise in shark attacks on beaches on North Coast NSW, WA and around Australia.

J Files: Yothu Yindi

Can DNA Revea

Julie Dowling is one of Australia's most collectable artists and yet she and her identical twin sister are the ultimate misfits.

This program is the Gold Walkley and Weekly TV Current Affairs Walkley winner for 2014.

Episode 1 - Know Your Product  

The definitive account of the war in Afghanistan from a uniquely Australian perspective. The series explores the successes and failures of the war and how the war on Terror has changed our lives.

Individual episodes from the series may be purchased from ABC Library Sales on a request.

One hundred years ago, Einstein's theory of General Relativity was announced to the world.

When we head to the GP most of us assume "the doctor knows best".

Aboriginal community leader Lois Cook’s exploration of her great grandfather Bubba Jack Cook’s story reveals the history of indigenous massacres on the NSW North Coast.