Earshot presents documentaries about people, places, stories and ideas, in all their diversity.
Overlooking the grasslands
Natural temperate grasslands once spread from the Melbourne to the South Australian border, but only 1% remain. So how can we learn to see the landscape anew and protect the remaining grasslands?
Mapu Anyul Yandi Gindarr - people come together as one
Indigenous and African migrant communities collide in the Northern Territory, as Sydney-born Brian Obiri-Asare explores what it means to be black in Australia
The Gift: life on the organ donor waiting list
What's it like to be waiting for an organ transplant waiting for the gift that could save your life, knowing that you're waiting for someone to die, but that you could also die waiting? This is 30 year old Matt's story
Australia's caste divide
The caste system has impacted the lives of many South Asians for thousands of years, but how does it affect communities here in Australia?
One Single Moment
What's it like when an ordinary day suddenly spins out of control? Three people tell their stories of a near-death experience
Lucky Dube: how a South African musician changed the sound of desert music
In the remote Aboriginal communities of Central Australia, a musician most of us have never heard of, was “bigger than The Beatles”.