Archive for Category: "Audio"
Robert Connolly is the writer and director of Underground: The Julian Assange Story, telling the story of the early years of the mastermind behind Wikileaks. DORIAN TISATO catches up with Connolly for a chat.
The High Court is deciding whether the Federal Government can indefinitely detain refugees who ASIO determine to be a security risk. MARTY McCARTHY looks at why the current restrictions placed on refugees deemed a ‘security risk’ by ASIO are causing such a stir.
CHRIS BRUNNER’s documentary focuses on the members of the Hutt Street band, No Rest for the Wicked, and explores the place of music in the lives of the homeless and the vulnerable.
As the debate surrounding the legitimacy of alternative forms of medicine continues, the focus has now turned to the role of Australian universities. What health practices make the grade, and which ones are masquerading as medically viable options?
WADE STEPHENS reports.
Death and grieving is a universal phenomenon that ultimately leads us all on a quest for meaning of some kind.
GEORGIA KELLY-BAKKER takes us on a fascinating spiritual journey to find out how different religions, cultures and people interpret and define what it is to die.
US Politics – how could it not be exciting? Super Tuesday, one of the key days during pre-selection has been and gone, with no suprises in the result. Learn more about the Mormon Republican set to challenge Barack Obama for the keys to the White House. SIAN CAIN reports.
Tensions in North Korea look unlikely to ease, despite a recent change in leadership. After signing a diplomatic agreement with the US to make their nuclear activities transparent North Korea’s relationship with the US and the West could well improve, or could again fall apart. WADE STEPHENS reports.