A powerful emotional journey through the legal process, showing the real impact on the lives of ordinary people.
In the last year of their degree, Legal students try their hand at real cases for the first time.
As a committed feminist and prolific author Dale Spender has had a big impact on the women’s movement both here and abroad.
The irrepressible Don Chipp pulls no punches in talking to Peter Thompson about his life in politics and his approach to life since being diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, “If you’re feeling down
Peter Thompson talks to John Elliott, whose personal wealth was once estimated to be 50 million dollars.
Once described as “A man with plastic shoes and ironclad principles,” Peter Singer is well known as one of the leading thinkers behind the move to defend the rights of animals and says his book, An
Australians have traditionally voted 'No' in referendums to change the constitution.
A six part series co-produced with educational broadcasters in six countries including Australia.
At the beginning of this documentary Blanche d’Alpuget reveals that for her, writing is like Jacob's "struggle with the angel" - a search for truth, for oneself.
An in depth look at the woman who made history by becoming Australia's first female Prime Minister.
From homeless teenager to the youngest ever leader of Australia's oldest union, Paul Howes is living a life accelerated.
"Burn the plan, burn the plan."
While Australia spends millions of dollars to stop the flow of asylum seeker boats, its efforts are constantly undermined by criminals and corrupt military and government officials.
What caused the dramatic mid air explosion on board the Qantas super jumbo? Sarah Ferguson's gripping account of how a single engine part almost brought down the pride of the Qantas fleet.
Exclusive to ABC Commercial, this is a special package of the telemovie Hawke (Network Ten) and the classic ABC documentary series, Labor in Power.
Labor in Power
On Trial is a groundbreaking, five-part documentary series featuring unprecedented access to major criminal trials in Australian courts.
**WINNER** Best Documentary History, Social and Political Issues - 2011 ATOM Awards
On the eve of his retirement from public office, the nation's longest serving Director of Public Prosecutions, Nicholas Cowdery, reflects exclusively on his sixteen years in the top job.
Girls' Own War Stories are the intimate recollections of ten young women and how the Second World War changed their lives forever.
Frank Bennett examines the action of the Gurindji stockmen who had gone on strike over the right to equal pay at Wave Hill station in the Northern Territory.