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The ‘60s in Australia saw a wave of social protest and agitation for change, about the Vietnam war, gay liberation, the push for Aboriginal Land Rights, and much more.
A new book tells the stories of some of those who were in the thick of it, and what their legacy has been.
Laura Tingle's Canberra
Laura Tingle on the government's vaccine rollout and Christine Holgate to appear at Senate Estimates.
The role of chance in life
Is our existence, and that of the world, the result of pure chance?
Exposing the flaws in forensics
From fingerprints to firearms, bite marks and fibres - Brandon Garrett author of autopsy of a crime lab explains why the impression of forensic evidence as an all powerful infallible technology and science is far from the truth.
The most difficult (and determined) women in history
The history of feminism is littered with so called difficult women. Women who defied the conventions of their time to make life better for their contemporaries and those that followed at work, at home, on the streets and in public life. Many of their battles are continuing today as we have seen in Australia. UK journalist Helen Lewis documents just a few of these women.
Two years after Julian Assange was imprisoned in Belmarsh, why is he still in gaol?
Julian Assange's father John Shipton continues to campaign across the globe for his son's release from prison and ensure that he is not forgotten as he begins his third year in Belmarsh prison.