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BBC documentary BAD INFLUENCER explores the story of BELLE GIBSON tonight on ABC

By 23, wellness guru Belle Gibson had cultivated an adoring global following online with the story that she had successfully treated her own terminal cancer by eating a plant based diet and using alternative natural therapies.

Life and death on Mount Everest explored on FOUR CORNERS

In 1953 the world stood in awe when Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay conquered Mount Everest. Their feat inspired generations of climbers to tackle the mountain. But in 2019, when pictures emerged on social media showing climbers jammed together queuing to reach the summit, there was an outcry.

ABC goes BACK TO NATURE with new series exploring Australia’s landscape

In this 8-part, visually stunning ABC factual series Back To Nature, hosts Aaron Pedersen (Mystery Road) and bestselling author Holly Ringland (The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart) will guide viewers through the wonder and awe of the Australian landscape, exploring stories that reconnect the audience with the natural world and with Country.

Auditions | How you can be on the next season of YOU CAN’T ASK THAT

Over the past six seasons, more than 10,000 Australians have sent in curious, shocking, and often hilarious questions, and 427 Australians have bravely taken a seat to answer those questions, helping us understand their lives.

Sixty years of The Australian Ballet celebrated in new series AND WE DANCED

For the first time in its history The Australian Ballet opens its remarkable archive. As well as rarely seen historical footage, this three-part series features interviews with past and present dancers, celebrity fans of the ballet, choreographers, artistic directors and ballet historians

ABC brings Indigenous names and languages into the national conversation

The ABC has increased its daily use of Indigenous languages, names and nationwide Acknowledgements of Country across television, radio and online, as part of its ongoing commitment to enable Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to tell and share their own stories.

New Melbourne documentary CRACKING COVID premieres tonight on ABC

In the Melbourne institute that bears Doherty’s name, as well as in research labs in other parts of the countries, scientists race to understand the virus. to find its weaknesses, and to develop a vaccine against it.