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Why do we need new studies into Wind Turbine Syndrome?


Australia has more than 75 wind farms in places like Western Victoria and rural South Australia. While international studies have already found they aren't creating adverse health effects, two new Australian studies will now delve back into the subject, i


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 31 March 2016  8m
 
 

Georgiana Molloy - rebel colonial spirit and pioneering botanist


Imagine it’s 1828 and you're a 24 year old young woman living away from your family in Scotland.


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 30 March 2016  18m
 
 

Living with the enemy


Enemy is a daughter's story of how her father brought the Vietnam war home


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 30 March 2016  16m
 
 

Cost of living pressures squeeze the international student market


International students are an important revenue source for Australian universities but the cost of studying here is high and students face a poor standard of living.


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 30 March 2016  17m
 
 

Shtum - inside the world of a boy with autism through the eyes of his father


What if your child can’t speak – perhaps won’t ever speak and even the most basic of functions like going to the toilet may be beyond them, how might that be?


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 29 March 2016  19m
 
 

The forgotten fathers


The trauma of forced adoptions for birth mothers is well documented but the impact on birth fathers is not. How do fathers fare when babies are adopted out? They can be the forgotten characters in the story; both in the initial adoption and when seeking t


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 29 March 2016  33m
 
 

Jerusalem syndrome


Pilgrims and tourists travelling to Jerusalem - where the story of the crucifixion actually took place - have to watch out for something called "Jerusalem Syndrome". But what is it?


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 28 March 2016  14m
 
 

Good Morning Mr Mandela


What might it take for you to change your mind? Or your set of beliefs? Zelda la Grange is an Afrikaner woman who grew up in apartheid South Africa. Racism was part of her upbringing. Zelda became the Private Secretary for Nelson Mandela, a role that woul


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 28 March 2016  20m
 
 

Gloria Steinem talks about the turning points that led her to feminism.


Gloria Steinem talks about the turning points that led her to feminism.


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 28 March 2016  17m
 
 

Gumnuts speak to generations of Australians


The early life of artist May Gibbs whose bushland creatures are Australian classics.


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 23 March 2016  10m