In February 2000, an international team of biologists met in Hobart, Tasmania to discuss what they believe is a global crisis - the sudden appearance of strange marine micro-organisms capable of po
From sex tapes to Aussies in Syria and so much more, Head First is a series about everyday Australians living extraordinary lives in hidden worlds.
When you think about living dangerously - smoking, drinking and other risk taking behaviours may be the first things that come to mind.
This is a story Australians think they know: the gift of a donated organ that transforms the life of someone with a devastating illness.
Redfern, once synonymous with drugs, crime and dysfunction is now the epitome of Sydney's inner city urban chic.
Devastated by a soaring rate of youth suicide, the Indigenous people of Rockhampton decided to act.
Horses and humans traumatised by the Black Saturday bushfires in Victoria are finding comfort in each other, thanks to an innovative therapy program.
The story of two unlikely friendships that might never have formed if not for a groundbreaking scheme...
This story explores what happens when a caring culture breaks down.
Chloe Palmer-Simpson was just 18 when she was involved in a head-on car crash near her home in Bargo in New South Wales.
The Damiani family's story has been described as a breathtaking example of how medicine can be transformed by the determination of ordinary people.
An exciting new Compass series hosted by theologian Scott Stephens who talks to high profile Australians about what they think is the meaning of life.
Those close to death seem to have insights on life that the rest of us fail to understand, as we race through our seemingly infinite days.
Dating The H*Bomb looks at the mine field that is living and loving with the herpes virus.
On the frontline of a cyber war, masked vigilantes known as 'Anonymous' fight for internet freedom.
In The Vagina Diaries, presenter Nat Harris cracks the vagina taboo wide open to explore a procedure called labiaplasty.
Over the course of one night, three ordinary Australians confront the memories, realities and consequences of one of the nation’s greatest public health issues – suicide.
Directed by Maya Newell, Growing up Gayby follows director Maya Newell who was raised by two mothers, and charts her journey as she explores the impact of gay parenting.
Kids on Speed? is a hybrid of observational documentary, factual intervention and social experiment.
As demand for Foster Carers in Australia increases, Compass meets several foster families to learn about the challenges and rewards fostering can bring.