In this three-part series, John Clarke, arguably Australia's greatest natural athlete, looks at how Australia came to take its sport so seriously and what it means to be a sporting nation.
Weeping Women examines the phenomena of crying statues of the Blessed Virgin Mary. In Syracuse in 1953, a plaster plaque of Mary shed human tears.
Unfit to Command investigates the Melbourne-Voyager disaster in the context of the 1960s and examines its effects on the lives of politicians, naval personnel and their families, as well as the pol
The Sounds of Aus tells the rollicking story of the life and times of the Australian accent, described by the narrator, with tongue firmly in cheek, as 'hauntingly beautiful'.
Born in 1946, Professor Peter Singer is a world-renowned utilitarian philosopher who specializes in the field of bioethics.
The Big Lie (Terry Carlyon, 2004) is a 52-minute documentary on the tobacco industry's policy of destroying documents that could be used in law cases against them.
Carbon Cops is a series of six 26 minute episodes that show how awareness and technology can be combined in simple and practical terms to help people reduce their own carbon footprint and tackle th
In an IncIdent that shocked the world, a teenage tibetan nun, kelsang namtso, was killed when chinese border police opened fire on a group of pilgrims as they fled tibet over the infamous nangpa Pa
Fairweather Man is a film that could best be described as a visual symphony - a highly crafted, intimate, portrait of the life and work of one of Australia's greatest painters.
In 1964, Yuwali was seventeen when her first contact with whitefellas was filmed. Now sixty-two, she tells the story behind this extraordinary footage.