Political journalist, mother, wife, cook and TV presenter Annabel Crabb thinks that women need wives too.
Philippe na Champassak was born a prince in the royal family of Laos, in South East Asia.
Elizabeth Coleman began working with ex-prisoners when she was in her late seventies.
Sally Van Gent established a heritage apple orchard to cultivate the fruit she'd loved as a child.
Phillipe na Champassak was born a prince in the royal family of Laos, in South East Asia.
Conceptual artist Christina Henri has made it her mission to tell the world about Australia's female convicts and their children.
The third in our series of true stories, told live on stage, recorded at storytelling nights in Newcastle, Noosa and Sydney.
Mark Willacy tells the story of the massive 2011 tsunami that rocked Japan, and the resulting catastrophe at the Fukushima nuclear power station.
Saroo Brierley was accidentally separated from his family in India when he was only four years old.
Darrell Lewis set out to find the answer to one of Australia's biggest mysteries: what happened to Dr Leichhardt?
Historian Faramerz Dabhoiwala has examined what he calls one of the major turning points in western history: the origin of modern attitudes to sex.
Janie Hicks owns and manages a 700-strong alpaca stud farm in New South Wales.
At a dark time in her life, filmmaker Genevieve Bailey set out to make a documentary giving voice to children.
Tom Trumble's grandfather led a group of Australian airmen in a daring escape from West Timor during World War Two.
Jackie Kay is a distinguished poet and author from the UK whose memoir traces her journey to her birth parents.
As a child Petar Belic was taken on an adventure across the South Pacific, living as a fugitive with his father.
Martha Wainwright's new album has family and relationships as central themes, particularly directed to her late mother, Kate McGarrigle.
Musician, comedian and environmentalist Dana Lyons made his name out of a very unexpected hit song.
Cheryl Strayed abandoned everything in her life after her mother's death, and walked 1700 kilometres from the Mojave Desert to the forests of Oregon.
Professor Lawrence Krauss is a cosmologist and theoretical physicist, deeply entrenched in understanding the origins of the universe.
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