Born in 1946, Professor Peter Singer is a world-renowned utilitarian philosopher who specializes in the field of bioethics.
How can we survive perhaps the greatest danger we now face - climate change?
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
Battle of the Brains is a four-part documentary series following the journey of a group of Australian science students, as they prepare to compete at the International Science Olympiads.
The loss of any species is a tragedy, but when that species is as fascinating and engaging as a cockatoo, the pain seems worse.
On 7 February 2009, Australia suffered its worst bushfire disaster.
A Case For The Coroner would be suitable for teachers of middle to senior secondary students in English, SOSE, Science, Media and Legal Studies.
Trial by Fire follows the day-to-day activities of the Woodend Brigade of the CFA during the 2002-2003 bushfire season.
Gallipoli Submarine is a documentary film about the incredible but true story of an Australian World War One submarine, the AE2, and its role in the Gallipoli landing.
For the first time in Australian television history, a documentary series shot inside one of the busiest Psychiatric Units in the country will uncover the realities of 21st century mental health tr