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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

For the past decade, Australian Story producer Belinda Hawkins has been following the case of Jock Palfreeman, a young Australian man convicted in Bulgaria for a stabbing murder he says he didn’t c

Late last year Ghanim Al Shnen was working on a building site when a metal bar he was holding struck overhead wires.

This engaging two-part documentary digs deep into overlapping histories of the respective countries, unpacks the present and looks to the future of Australia’s ‘waltz with the dragon’.

This revelatory series celebrates Australia's 'Wizards of Oz' - four people who left the 'cultural desert' of Australia in the 1960s to become internationally recognised iconoclasts.

Art in Mind creatively addresses the age old question of Why Art Matters through interviews with international and Australian artists from a diversity of backgrounds and in a variety of artistic di

Kumi travels to Japan to deliver news to a family she hopes still exists, about a father she never really knew.

'You Can't Ask That', a proudly homegrown ABC original format, puts misunderstood and marginalised Australians front and centre.

Lily Serna finds out how maths can help us all become smarter with the risks we take in life. And she discovers that far from taking too many risks, many of us are playing it too safe.

Ian Henderson, the recently retired and much loved ABC newsreader, sets out on a quest to find the secret to ageing healthily, and along the way uncovers some amazing new science that could benefit

Dr Sarah McKay uncovers the revolutionary new science that promises to keep your brain healthy into old age and uncovers the drugs that hope to defeat many of the diseases of ageing.

Professor Tamara Davis meets the scientists on a quest to hunt down black holes, the journey has brought us to the cusp of an unprecedented milestone in scientific achievement - to photograph a bla

Catalyst brings together 15 ordinary Australians to take part in a revealing scientific experiment - to see if practicing mindfulness can help treat conditions like chronic pain, anxiety and stress

Since its ballet premiere, Spartacus has captivated audiences.

Paris 1905 – a glamourous world of opulent ballrooms, romantic villas and vibrant French cafés, where the women smoulder with sensuality and the men ooze seductive charm.

At Newcastle’s John Hunter Hospital, clinical and theatrical expertise are brought together to provide ground breaking opportunities for people living with the devastating effects of a stroke.

Goober is a light-hearted comedy series about a man who sees the best in every situation, despite what everyone else sees.

'You Can't Ask That', a proudly homegrown ABC original format, puts misunderstood and marginalised Australians front and centre.

As the 30th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre in June 2019 approaches, CHINA’S ARTFUL DISSIDENT follows a Chinese political artist in exile, in his clandestine bid to stop the Communist

Comedian Corey White is a seriously funny survivor of a childhood spent in a modern-day hell.