Scott Johnson was a young man with everything going for him - a maths genius with a bright future. But on a trip to a Sydney beach one sunny day in 1988, everything changed.
While debate rages over Australia's border security, there's growing evidence that the greatest threat to Australia's national security potentially comes from foreign computer hackers.
This is an exclusive look into the workings of the Territory's unique bush courts.
Four Corners asks 'what has changed' since the 1989 Fitzgerald enquiry exposed high level corruption in the Qld police force.
In 1996, Rob Riley, the most prominent Aboriginal activist in Western Australia, was found dead in a motel room in Perth. This program tells his story.
Madhouse Mess explores how the Republican Party's political dysfunction, from the Tea Party to Reagan hero-worship, left Washington in gridlock.
This two part series deals with the use of forensic science in murder investigations.
1. Final Payment
The coal seam gas industry promotes itself as a cleaner carbon-fuel alternative; but how do we know this is true?
The first Kibbutz was founded in Israel just over 100 years ago. A radical socialist experiment, it combined communal living and Zionist philosophy with the aim of “making the desert bloom”.
Trigger Point is a powerful two-part series that goes deep inside police culture.
DVD copies of the State Memorial Service for Former Australian Prime Minister Gough Whitlam are available through ABC Library Sales.
DVD copies of the State Memorial Service for Former Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Faser are now available through ABC Library Sales
Episode 1: Bad Hair Decades In the 70s Australia's closed economy was smashed by shock after shock. By the 80s we were suffering high unemployment & inflation. Radical reform was needed.
Sir Michael Marmot is a global authority on public health who has spent his career investigating how soci factors affect the health of the world's population.
For the first time, a series examines the work of dedicated Prison Chaplains who provide much needed pastoral and spiritual care to more than 30,000 men and women locked up in Australian prisons.
There are startling and credible predictions that more than five million Australian jobs will simply disappear in the next 15 years as a result of technology.
Across Australia the number of police suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is growing, damaged by the extreme situations they're repeatedly exposed to.