One in five Australian women – perhaps your workmate, or your neighbour or your friend – knows the humiliation and terror of domestic violence.
A chart of the last weeks in the life of Esther Wild and the dilemma faced by her doctor, Philip Nitschke, who had been treating her for cancer.
Reporter Matthew Carney goes inside to see first hand the conditions young offenders in juvenile detention are forced to endure.
Could there be a relatively cheap and cost-effective way to stop prisoners reoffending?
This life and death subject was taboo territory for decades. For Aboriginal people, it was a matter of shame. For non-Aboriginal people, it opened up accusations of racism.
Frontier is considered television's first comprehensive account of Australia's hundred and fifty year land war.
Under the guidance of Father Chris Riley, former street kids get the opportunity to learn how to tame wild brumbies using techniques taught to them by renowned horse handler Greg Powell in the Sout
Tens of thousands of Australian parents regard Professor Carl Wood as a miracle worker.
For quite a few years now, we have probably been referring to it as the 'bionic ear'. But to its creator, Professor Graeme Clark, it's the 'multiple-electrode cochlear implant'.
Solo round-the-world yachtsman, builder, businessman, unstoppable environmentalist and generally all-round good bloke - someone had the temerity to call him 'Captain Yucky-Poo of the High Seas' - M
This is one man, many Australians still blame for one of the most divisive episodes in this country's political history - the dismissal of the Whitlam Labor government on November 11, back in 1975.
This special compile DVD looks at the revelations of sexual abuse and violence perpetrated against Aboriginal women and children in some Northern Territory communities. Segments include:
A compelling view of New York Christian preacher Pastor Bill Wilson, who runs the largest Sunday School in the USA; a longhaired maverick evangelist who drives frenetic services, which include hip-
*WINNER* ATOM AWARDS 2006 - Best Documentary Science, Technology and the Environment
3 on 3 is a high energy weekend event organised for children from remote country towns to play basketball, dance, rap, and paint, all the time competing for points but knowing that everyone will wa
A series from a range of highly acclaimed documentaries by award-winning filmmaker - David Goldie.
From time to time, the ABC broadcast a variety of lectures and discussions on topics of general interest.
40,000 Aboriginal people and supporters came from all corners of the country - foot, road, train and air – to march in Sydney on January 26, 1988.
An after-dark basketball competition targeting young people living in public housing across Sydney is about to take the kids of Woolloomoolloo by storm.
In this poignant film, we seek to restore a human face to the word refugee.