Insight

2019
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Season 2019 Episode 34 - Divorcing Well

4.0 4 x
Jenny Brockie takes a look at whether it’s possible for a divorce to end well. She chats to couples who have divorced, and looks at how cases can differ in some situations.
52:24

Footy Concussions

3.0 1 x
For generations of professional footballers, it was not uncommon to return to the playing field straight after a big hit to the head. Years on, some are suffering from serious neurological problems. Insight talk to these players and find out what the science is saying about long-term impacts of concussion. Supervising...
52:08

Adopted Abroad

4.0 5 x
Since the 1970s, thousands of children have been adopted to Australia from overseas. They had to adjust to a new family, culture, language, and life. How do you understand your identity after intercountry adoption, and how does it shape you as an adult?
52:08

Out Of Pocket

4.0 4 x
The number of Aussies signing up for private health cover is declining – and has been for the last three years. Top cover premiums can be expensive, yet private patients are still paying thousands in gap fees. Insight asks: what’s the cost of private healthcare and can we afford it? Supervising Producer: Erin Reimer Produ...

Out Of Pocket - Preview

4.0 3 x
The number of Aussies signing up for private health cover is declining – and has been for the last three years. Top cover premiums can be expensive, yet private patients are still paying thousands in gap fees. Insight asks: what’s the cost of private healthcare and can we afford it? Supervising Producer: Erin Reimer Produ...
51:56

Family Estrangement

3.0 3 x
One in 25 Australian adults will be estranged from their family at some point. It’s a difficult, often-hidden experience that can elicit many emotions: shame, heartache, even happiness. This week Insight hears what it’s like to be estranged from a family member, and under what circumstances reconciliation might be possible.
51:53

Female Firsts

3.0 9 x
Does the glass ceiling still exist? The female pioneers who shaped Australia – the first neurosurgeon, NRL referee, Air Force pilot, Archbishop and paramedic - discuss what it takes to break new ground, how they navigated their way to the top and whether we’ve achieved equality. Supervising Producer: Alix Piatek Producer:...
52:00

Wrongfully Convicted Part 1

3.0 4 x
In criminal law it’s said that ‘it’s better that ten guilty men go free than one innocent man be wrongly convicted.’ Tonight, in the first of our 2 part special, we meet men and women who have been sent to jail only to have their conviction later quashed. Supervising Producer: Erin Reimer Producer: Jodie Noyce Associate P...
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Wrongfully Convicted Part 2

3.0 3 x
In criminal law it’s said that 'it’s better that 10 guilty men go free than one innocent man be wrongly convicted.’ In the second of Insight's two part special, we hear how wrongly convicted people cleared their names and how they coped on the outside. Supervising Producer: Erin Reimer Producer: Jodie Noyce Associate Pro...
52:09

Multiple Sclerosis

3.0 6 x
Multiple Sclerosis is dubbed an invisible illness. It mostly affects women and is commonly diagnosed when people are in their twenties or thirties. This week’s Insight explores what it’s like to live with MS, what causes it, how effective are modern treatments and how close is a cure? Supervising Producer: Alix Piatek Pro...
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