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.
The seeds of love can grow in the most unlikely soil. Shahin Shafaei and Gaby Schultz met in a detention centre. He was an asylum seeker from Iran, she was a guard from country New South Wales.
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.
There are two types of war correspondent - those who stick to the circuit of military briefings, safe hotels and careful excursions into unstable areas, and those who throw themselves at the job wi
Helen Morse takes the lead in Sundowner, a play about a mother coping with Alzheimer's disease.
Every day in Australia over 40 000 patients are in hospital. While medicine tends their bodies, hospital chaplains tend their souls.
From rehearsals to the big day, Compass follows Australia's much loved dance troupe The Merry Makers as they rehearse and make their way to Disneyland in California for their first ever overseas pe
Right now there are over 4,000 people held in immigration detention centres across Australia.
One suicide is a tragedy. But what happens when a community is rocked by a series of suicides, one after another, all of them young people?
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.
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.
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.
On the frontline of a cyber war, masked vigilantes known as 'Anonymous' fight for internet freedom.
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.
Kids on Speed? is a hybrid of observational documentary, factual intervention and social experiment.
David Rennie fell in love with photography seven years ago when he was lured from his car by the sight of a passing bird overhead.
Dead Drunk: Lights Out in the Cross?
For the first time in Australian television history, a documentary series shot inside one of the busiest Psychiatric Units in the country will uncover the realities of 21st century mental health tr