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Utopia explores that moment when bureaucracy and grand dreams collide. It’s a tribute to those political leaders who have somehow managed to take a long-term vision and use it for short-term gain.
The glossy brochures and slick advertising sell the promise of a blissful retirement in "enclaves of contentedness" where "lifestyle meets wellbeing." But residents of the retirement homes run by one of Australia's biggest providers have a very different story to tell.
When six-year-old Mayor Chagai made the epic trek from South Sudan to Ethiopia fleeing war and famine he could never have imagined that one day he would be an acclaimed basketball coach in Sydney, nor that his young protégés would be sought after by US basketball teams.
2017 will see the science program return in a new hour-long documentary format with each episode dedicated to exploring a specific topic, replacing the previous 30-minute magazine-style format.
Controversial ethicist and philosopher Peter Singer is back on Q&A this Monday night, with the show broadcasting live from the Docklands studio in Melbourne.
Life without plastic is almost unimaginable. It’s become central to the way we live our lives – from everyday items like food packaging and water bottles, to sophisticated high end products. But how many of us know what happens to that plastic when we throw it away?
On Monday night Four Corners takes you to the battlefields of Iraq with the ABC’s award winning Middle East correspondent, Matt Brown.
Critics have heralded Melody Pool as one of the best songwriters in Australia. She has been chosen as the support act for recent Australian tours by the Eagles and Rodriguez, and played alongside the Milk Carton Kids in a tour of the United Kingdom and Europe.
After a nationwide casting call where hundreds of aspiring young actresses and soccer players came forward, filming has commenced on Mustangs FC, an exciting new 13 x 30’ comedy drama which follows a group of girls who abandon the sidelines to start their football club’s first all-girl team.
The figures are startling - seven out of every ten Australians take some form of vitamin or supplement. We spend more, out of our own pockets, on complementary medicines than we do on prescription drugs.
Production commenced this week on the six-part series of Ronny Chieng: International Student, for ABC in Australia and Comedy Central’s flagship channel in the United States.