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A group of travellers attempt to take Bactrian camels from the Himalayas to the Pushkar camel fair

The history of the Eurovision song contest and Australia's current push to be allowed in

In September 2006, Chinese soldiers shot a group of pilgrims as they fled Tibet. International mountain climbers filmed the shooting, helped rescue survivors and bravely broadcast their story to the world. Both sides risked their lives. Why?

The 19th century story of how a struggle for democracy became a struggle for survival

Two of the best gay rugby teams in the word face each other off

The livlihoods and traditions of those connected to the sea

The people, places and cultures of the world

The Australia Federal Police find adventure and challenges in the region as they join the multinational police force known as the Regional Assistance Mission to the Solomon Islands (RAMSI) and embark on a tour of duty in East Timor.

Behind the scenes rescues of international travellers

The history of Asian food through culture and history

About men in a violent South African prison who form a choir to survive and find redemption, then face an even more brutal world outside when they are released.

The livlihoods and traditions of those connected with the sea

Mini-documentaries about the world's people, places and cultures

Two young women swap families, friends and countries to experience each others lives

Explores the complexities of first world aid to the third world

Australian scientist Howard Florey, and the team who created the miracle cure, penicillan

Experiences of a group of young women working in India's IT industry

Scores of Japanese civilians were abducted by North Korean spies and held for decades

The lives and dreams of homeless people around the globe

The political and socio-economic legacy of US military bases around the world

How the 'White Australia' policy affected U.S. Troops based in Australia during World War II

Australian intelligence assessments from September 11 to the Iraq War

The plight of women and children caught up in prostitution's trade routes across Asia and Australia

For Australian documentary filmmaker John Darling, the tragic events of 12 October 2002 compelled him to re-establish his links with Bali that spanned some 30 years. John had lived, researched and made films in Bali for 17 years from the 1970s to the…

A young Iraqi boy sells bullets for a living

In April 1975, in the closing days of the Vietnam War, more than 3000 babies were airlifted from Saigon orphanages and delivered into the arms of waiting couples in the US, Canada, Britain, Europe and Australia. The displacement of people caused by…

The origins and evolution of the myth of the 'Pacific Woman'.

The human cost of international people smuggling and trafficking. Ep Titles: 1.Human Cargo, 2.Slaves of the Free Market

The Story of Australian, David Hicks, imprisoned at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba without charges and awaiting trial by military court. (NB: Narrator, Curtis Levy; David Hicks' letters read by Brendam Cowell)

The complexity of the Afghan refugee experience

Holocaust survivors on an epic journey

The drug trade of central Asia and its impact on world politics.

In the Highlands of Papua New Guinea, a grass roots family makes a precarious living by trading in betelnut, one of the world's most widely used narcotics.

Events surrounding the murder of six of Indonesian's generals in 1965 have always been surrounded by controversy. This documentary takes advantage of recently declassified documents to try reconstruct what really happened, and also shows the extent…

A journey along the Napo river in Equador to the Amazon.

Portrait of Canadian artist John Callaghan

The wheeling and dealing behind global soccer that has undergirded Asia's emergence as a major power in World Soccer.

The experiences of young people in PNG highlands.

On Bougainville, a broken community is turning to tradition to heal the rifts caused by a decade of armed conflict. The 1998 ceasefire may have stopped neighbour killing neighbour but the legacy remains - loss, anger, pain, distrust and a desire for…

The true story of the Samoan people.

Explores the private world of Indian royalty.

A tale about a family living in outback Australia who are saved from a drought by a magical bead-necklace which turns into a billabong.

The filmmaker seeks her lost Russian aunt. Ep.7.Russians

History and politics in Sri Lanka.

"Starting From Zero" is a story about three people exiled from East Timor in their youth. Twenty-four years later, they

Filmmaker Dean Jefferys' return to the Amazon.

The ANC smuggles weapons into South Africa in tourist trucks.

In the middle of the XIXth century, the Occident developed a passion for tea. But China was the only tea producer and seller. For five thousand years, it was jealously guarding the manufacturing secrets and refused to share them. The Britannic…

Reconciliation and justice for Holocaust survivors.
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