New Releases

In this revealing series, author, journalist, TV presenter and human rights advocate, Tara Moss, tours the darkest corners of the web to uncover the cyber violence that’s impacting so many people t

Girt By Sea is a musical and cinematic love letter to the coastline of Australia - a poetic celebration of our connection to the sea as documented over the past 100 years.

They're known as 'resi kids' after the group homes they live in, run by private operators and charities. Some were taken into care as babies, others after years of abuse.

Four Corners reveals the shocking truth about the treatment of children behind bars, where young offenders have been stripped naked, assaulted and tear gassed.

In this touching and brave program, three families have opened their lives to Four Corners to tell their stories about living with dementia.

Human impacts on the way our planet functions have now become so extreme many scientists are claiming the Earth has shifted out of the Holocene state and into a new geological epoch.

A documentary about the true story of Tim Conigrave and John Caleo. An award winning story of love, loss and the AIMS pandemic.

The 2016 Boyer Lecture Series turns a critical eye towards health policy.

With more than two-thirds of Aussies not doing the recommended amount of exercise, sitting has now become the new smoking.

 

This episode looks at alcohol. Australians have always used alcohol to celebrate just about everything but our doctors are investigating the enormous impact drinking is having on our health.

On the anniversary of the 1967 Referendum, live from Darwin a debate about the push of an indigenous treaty and constitutional change.

Australia is home to the world's oldest continuous culture. A culture whose sacred sites are older than any of the world's most famous monuments.

Geraldine Doogue debates the hot-button moral, ethical and religious controversies of our time with a panel of guests in this smart and entertaining Compass series.

An insightful portrait of Aboriginal people in Central Australia in the 1960s, highlighting their experience of racial discrimination and their integration in non-Aboriginal society.

This week's program takes us into the world of a family called the Newlings.

On the face of it, their lives seemed perfect.

The story of the wadering albatross on the Crozet Islands (in France) and the scientific work being done to track them at sea using satellite transmitters.

3-part Series. As a brothel hostess, abortion clinic support staff and forest logger, Maddie goes places most of us never see, doing work many people think no one should do.

 

You Can't Ask That  returns, asking groups of misunderstood, judged or marginalised Australians the awkward, inappropriate or uncomfortable questions you've always wanted

February 15, 2017 marks the 75th anniversary of the fall of Singapore in World War II.

Video games have gone from being something kids play to big business.