Scott Bevan presents a revealing account of the man who helped lay the foundations for modern Australia.
Australia is home to some of the most unusual animals on the planet including koalas, echidnas, kangaroos, wallabies, possums, lizards, even deadly snakes.
Be afraid...be very afraid. This is an unforgettable journey of horror and fascination.
A three part series on Tom Roberts and the Heidelberg School.
This program examines the impact that Women’s Lib really had on our culture and attitudes. After the massive achievements of the late 1960s and 1970s is sisterhood still powerful?
In 2015 Australia’s grand dame of the outback, the Country Women’s Association is turning 93, but is showing no sign of aging or retiring anytime soon.
In this series Betty Churcher, former Director of The National Gallery of Australia, explores and illuminates the creative process behind works of art held in galleries across Australia.
It's amazing to think that in the 1900s a mere tenth of the world's population lived and worked in cities. Today, it's more than half.
The rites and rituals performed in Australia today are determined by our culture, values and beliefs.
Reporter Caro Meldrum-Hanna travels through the regions of two states, riding with police and users, to tell the shocking story of towns and people in the grip of ice.
ANZAC Centenary: Commemorating Australia at War 1914 - 1918
An epic tragedy in which a good man is compelled by desperation, fear, ambition and love for his family to participate in a crime of inhuman savagery.
God in the Lodge examines the religious beliefs of Australia's Prime Ministers from Federation to now.
This is the story of two scientists who discover ancient human remains that challenge everything we know about human evolution.
Outback ER is a unique series that sheds light on the important work of rural ER teams, including the Broken Hill Base Hospital Emergency Department, the Ambulance Service of NSW and the Royal Flyi
Forty years ago, the groundbreaking Paul Hogan Show first appeared on Australian screens.
Over 130,000 Australian horses served in the Great War. In the desert sands of the Middle East, they ultimately carried their men to victory at Damascus. But they did not return home.
In this two-part special, Compass examines the Salvation Army in Australia, a trusted church-charity engulfed by allegations of sexual abuse in its former children's homes.