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Melbourne opera singer Tiriki Onus tries to uncover the mystery surrounding the life of his grandfather, William Bill...

Filmmaker Arshad Khan explores the challenges of growing up gay in a close-knit Muslim family in Pakistan, his move to...

Exiled journalist and activist Masih Alinejad, who has millions of followers on Instagram, amplifies the voices of...

Michal Weits delves into the life of her great-grandfather Joseph, the man who orchestrated the takeover of Palestinian...

Three educated, professional women in China - labelled "leftover women" because they are unmarried - try to balance...

Cambodian refugee Ted Ngoy arrived in 1970s Los Angeles and built a multi-million-dollar donut empire that scared Dunkin...

In Madagascar, Joanna discovers the secrets of the world's second most expensive spice, vanilla - from the unique way it's grown to how it's dealt on the streets.

Joanna follows the legendary spice trail to her birthplace, India, in search of a kitchen cupboard staple once known as "black gold."

Joanna heads to the remote Indonesian island of Banda, once the only place on Earth where nutmeg grew, discovering both its charms and its dark past.

Indonesia is transforming into a digital nation. Cheryl Marella explores how fake news, online clerics and drones are changing the very fabric of society.

Indonesia is geologically one of the most dangerous places on Earth. Cheryl Marella treads across highly active fault lines to find out how land shapes the lives of millions on this archipelago.