A 20-part documentary series created for Westmead Children's Hospital to celebrate 20 years of care. In this episode we follow William Yang, a highly-regarded Australian photographer, who takes photos in the hospital for the first time.
Weddings are usually a cause for celebration, but there is a darker side to some bridal parties.
Sampanbok, literally '3000 holes' in Thai, is in the easternmost province of Thailand, right across the mighty Mekong river from Laos. Known to those from other parts of Thailand as a hot, dry land, the area is in fact rich in both natural beauty and the human warmth of its native people, the Isaan. In 3000 Heavens, a teacher born and raised in the area tells us a simple story of Sampanbok, and the importance of the Mekong river to the Isaan people.
A documentary about Australian artist Hego’s journey to tell an under-told story of Australian history through a mural in the Indigenous heart of Sydney, of a WW1 Aboriginal soldier of colossal proportions and its positive impacts on the wider community.