A fight over a new toilet block at a Catholic school in 1962 turns into a major constitutional and ideological war, the effects of which last until today.
Can children access hormone therapy or surgery? We speak to the judge who decided this important case and learn what it’s like to make such life-changing decisions.
The corruption trial of former President of South Africa, Jacob Zuma, exposes the influence of weapons companies on governments worldwide.
Can you create a valid will using emojis? In the age of political fracturing worldwide, how far does your right to protest extend? New episodes coming very soon.
The hunt for the perpetrators of a deadly attack on a Greenpeace vessel in New Zealand uncovers an international network of spies and an elaborate plot hatched in the upper echelons of world power.
A series of factory fires in Sydney in 1916 leads to a full-blown treason trial. The case of the ‘IWW Twelve’ sees a dozen local members of a radical worldwide movement caught in a perfect political storm.