Andrew Denton first met Annie Robinson during the 'Show and Tell' segment on Enough Rope two years ago. That's when he found out about the term 'metastatic cancer': cancer gone wild.
He is one of the rarest species on Earth. A popular politician. He entered parliament in 1960 and was the Liberal with so much get up and go, that he ultimately got up and went.
Much like the brain surgery he does every day, Dr Charlie Teo is a challenging, highly complicated individual. The self described maverick, many patients see him as a miracle worker.
We all know a homeless person when we see one, right, they're that wino passed out in the doorway, or the person with their head down, sitting on the street corner begging for money.
One in four relationships in Australia will be scarred by domestic violence. It's a subject tinged with shame and too often kept out of sight.
In 1993, Andrew Denton proved that it's healthy, not sick, to poke fun at cancer.
Life is full of journeys but rarely do any of us travel as far as Johnny Lee Clary.
Few of us could truly imagine what it's like to be without a limb, to go through life minus something everyone else has taken for granted.
The interview you're about to see is the equivalent of a guerilla raid on a heavily fortified position. The subject, Jeff Kennett, doesn't want to be interviewed.
The philosophy behind Enough Rope is that everybody has a story, and that's been demonstrated many times over the years by the extraordinary range of tales from the studio audience during Show and
The South Sudan Australia pageant which is held annually in Melbourne, provides a platform for young Sudanese to celebrate their beauty and share their talents and culture with the wider community.
If you could die at any moment, how would you live your life? Would you attempt to have children?
These were the dilemmas that confronted Alisa Latto and her husband Alastair.
The origins of Hinduism date back to the Indus civilisation of 3000 BCE.
Tara Winkler was just twenty-two when she established the Cambodian Children's Trust in Cambodia. She is now 'mother', mentor and older sister to twenty-seven orphans, some as young as two.
This two-part series examines the issue of same sex marriage in Australia, following three different couples at work and at home, and in the second episode Geraldine Doogue discusses the issue with
Over five decades thousands of women gave up their newborn children for adoption.
You can make yourself seasick watching the daily rocking and the reeling in Europe.
We look at Jeff Gambin, a retired business man and gourmet chef, who devoted his life to the homeless, feeding them and helping them get back into society and find jobs.
Every December Jean and Peter Ridley hook up their "Caravan of Hope" to bring Christmas cheer and joy (and toys for kids!) to the people of the bush.
Q&A puts punters, pollies and pundits together in the studio to thrash out the hot issues of the week. It's about democracy in action - on Q&A the audience gets to ask the questions.