A vast and collection of computer games is destroyed by a flood, how does the collector piece his life back together?
A tale of two warring sisters and a father framed.
The second coming
The secrets of a woman's heart can't be shared with her grandparents, faith gets in the way.
The sounds of Beijing beguile a radio producer and her two blind guides.
No greater love
A memorial in a London park to an ordinary man’s bravery and the immensity of a life loved, lived and lost.
Taking the Waters... in Moree
More than 300,000 people come to Moree each year to immerse themselves in the mineral rich water that rushes from deep within the earth. While their pains melt away and flesh begins to glow in the intense heat of the waters, stories begin to flow.
Aphrodite's tears - crying for Kyrenia
In Cyprus refugees revisit their homes which are now occupied by strangers.
She hated her toes until she visited The Vatican.
The secret lives of paintings in a gallery at night. Do they dream?
What secret would be revealed by a tiny red leather bound book?
Dr Seuss and The Butter Battles
The surprising political legacy of children’s author Dr Seuss.
Miss Pardy hears a noise on the roof
As twilight falls in Miss Pardy’s apartment block, the daily mystery of the restless rustlings on the roof begin. This is a tale of the unseen and imagined elements of high density city living.
When Kohn Ashmore heard his voice for the first time his life was changed forever.
Little black pills of survival
She was a beautiful lily that grew out of the mud, and that mud was a deep dark secret in our family. A poignant story of dignity and pain from China.
Roof of thunder
The sound of rain is so much richer when you can't see it. Come deep inside the mind of a man who slowly went blind.
Burgher buggers make better bastards
A compelling life story of a mixed race childhood in Sri Lanka and unexpected fatherhood.
A woman encounters a man who wanders the streets telling people that Jesus loves them. Their unlikely friendship teaches her about how to be happy.
Corey and The Don
When a bored young woman living in remote Western Australia started writing to prisoners on death row in America’s Deep South, she didn’t expect it to become the most incredible journey of her life.
Monolingual in a multilingual world
Learning foreign languages—it’s not rocket science, surely. No, for most Australians it’s much harder than that.
Wooing the jury
We go under the barristers’ horse hair wigs to hear about their struggles with ethical dilemmas, lying clients, righting injustices, long work hours and all the after-effects.
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