A whole generation of Australians has grown up believing that smoking pot is a harmless pastime. They need to think again. The view of cannabis as a benign drug is under challenge from the science and medical community.
Children across Australia talk about the alarming impact of bullying on their lives.
Twins Anne and Helen were 20 years old when they learned they had been conceived from an anonymous man's sperm. They spent the next 20 trying to crack the mystery of his identity. Can a balance be struck between the rights of children and donor fathers?
Marilyn Hotchkiss Ballroom Dancing And Charm School movie trailer - starring Sean Astin, Mary Steenburgen, Marisa Tomei, David Paymer, Robert Carlyle, Donnie Wahlberg. Directed by Randall Miller. Theatrical Release Date: 3/31/2006
Matthew Carney travels to Pakistan to investigate the Taliban's expanding reign of terror.
Acclaimed version of John Nichols' account of a Chicano farmer's attempts to irrigate his small plot of land despite the objections of fellow townspeople and New Mexico land developers. Terrific ensemble!
An angry child, struggling at school, labelled a problem. The desperate parents, looking for help, hoping that one day their child will have a normal life. This is the traumatic world of families living with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.
To its backers, Woomera played a humane yet crucial role in housing the growing numbers of boat people landing on Australia's shores. To its critics, this heavily guarded cluster of buildings, represented the dead heart of asylum-seeker policy.
Can abusive men stop themselves from hurting women?
Angel Eyes movie trailer - starring Jennifer Lopez, Terrence Howard, James Caviezel, Shirley Knight, Sonia Braga, Victor Argo. Directed by Luis Mandoki. Genre: Action-Adventure
Outer space is open for business. It's a booming $50 billion a year industry and growing so fast that not even the sky is the limit. Few of us give a thought to the myriad satellites bobbing around thousands of kilometres above our heads.
They've launched controversial forays into election campaigns in Australia, New Zealand the US. Now the Exclusive Brethren are drawing more unwanted headlines, this time accused of trawling for dirt on the sex life of the NZ Prime Minister's husband.
US strategists are honing plans to oust Iraqi strongman Saddam Hussein, but after Saddam, what then? Who would lead Iraq? Another military dictator or a bold democrat? Might Iraq fall into chaos, even disintegrate?
If your late model car goes missing, don't expect to see it again soon. Chances are it's being rapidly dissected by swarming thieves, the parts packed into containers destined for ports in the Middle East.
Each week more than a thousand Australians are delivered the cruel diagnosis: they have dementia - incurable, untreatable, terminal. This episode of Four Corners chronicles the undeniable sadness of the descent into dementia.
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