Earshot presents documentaries about people, places, stories and ideas, in all their diversity.
Searching for Trough Man
He emerged of Sydney's gay party scene of 1980s, a time of creative and sexual freedom. But where is he today?
Me, my half-sister and her biological mum
The unlikely story of two half-sisters who connected late in life, a birth mother turned adoptive mother, and what can happen when biological relatives turn up out of the blue.
Broken by battle
Australian forces took part in the conflicts in both Iraq and Afghanistan. Three soldiers share their experiences of those wars and returning home to face a battle of a different kind.
Antarctica, the Big Dead Place
When a young American took up a position with the US Antarctic Program in the late '90s he imagined incredible adventures within a pristine landscape, but he found something completely different.
Secrets and sexuality: the cost of coming out
Every family has its secrets, but for people from the LGBTQIA+ community the 'secret' can be their true selves. We meet three young queer Australians at different stages of coming out.
What happens when you no longer believe in God, but still experience a God-shaped hole in your life?
The best in Australian journalism
Compelling and unpretentious journalism capturing every day life in Australia.
Secrets, sexuality ... and sadness
A wonderful episode. I felt so sad about Ryan’s situation - trapped in a life of half truths.
Captures real people.
Love the way it doesn't patronise working people. The show on shearers was a great example.