This special compile examines the issues around the controversial plan by the Federal Government to intervene in Aboriginal communities. Segments include:
This special compile DVD looks at the allegations of sexual abuse of four elderly women in a Victorian nursing home in February 2006, which sparked calls for state and federal governments to introd
This series explores issues that concern young people and presents strategies to help them manage their lives in a way that paints adolescence as a positive time, but one that comes with some uniqu
This documentary explores the experience of coping with paraplegia after an accident.
*WINNER* ATOM AWARDS 2006 - Best Documentary Science, Technology and the Environment
A follow-up to the earlier Andrew Denton series "Blah Blah Blah", using a late-night chat-show format, and featuring a particular topic for each episode, with comedy sketch segments, vox pop street
Heroin addiction is a worldwide medical and social problem that seemingly has no cure.
A series from a range of highly acclaimed documentaries by award-winning filmmaker - David Goldie.
Ep 1 - No Place Like Home
Nurses was filmed by four nurses and their friends at The Alfred Hospital in Melbourne to capture the real life drama of nursing from a very different perspective - their own.
Welcome to Canterbury Boys High, Prime Minister John Howard's old school and the setting for this compelling documentary series.
There's never been a better time to be a cadaver. Stripped down to its sellable parts, the recycled human body can be repackaged and sold on for as much as $200,000.
Croatian-born grandmother Gina Sinozich has painted a prodigious and impressive collection of hundreds of internationally celebrated paintings since she first took up a brush just six years ago.
PIECES OF ME puts a human face to the accelerating scientific advancements in genetic identification.
Doctors Joanne Stone and Keith Eddleman of Mt.
This four part series examines four emotions in detail, from their evolutionary origin, to how the emotion is regulated by the body's own drug factory.
On average, men die almost seven years earlier than women and have higher rates of heart disease, lung cancer, cardiovascular disease - in fact, almost every life threatening condition.
In the early 1980s, a young Sydney man gave blood.
How much do we really know about food safety and do we actually put it into practice?
Like many Australians, the average oyster likes living by the sea and having a good drink. Every hour it sucks in an average of ten litres of water, as it sieves for it's food.
The heart pumps 10,000 litres of blood through it everyday. But imagine your heart stopping for hours at a time. Each year this happens to over 18,000 Australians during open heart surgery.