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Go Back To Where You Came From (Season 1)

Six ordinary Australians agree to challenge their preconceived notions about refugees and asylum seekers by embarking on a confronting refugee journey themselves for 25 days. Deprived of their wallets, phones and passports they board a smuggler’s boat, are rescued mid-ocean, experience immigration raids in Malaysia, live in Kenyan refugee camps and visit slums in Jordan before ultimately making it to the Congo and Iraq, protected by UN peacekeepers and the US military.  For some of the Aussies, it’s their first time abroad. For all of them, it’s the journey of a lifetime.

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Muslims Like Us

Muslims Like Us is a fascinating two-part series exploring Islamic life in modern Australia. With Muslims under siege from politicians and sections of the media, ten Muslims from across the country spend eight days living together in former PM Tony Abbott’s Sydney electorate. This diverse group might be united in faith, but the cast are divided on what it means to be a good Muslim. There is a rift between those who practice Islam in a traditional way, and others who champion a more modern take on their faith.

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Marry Me, Marry My Family

The journey to every wedding day brings tears and tension, chaos and compromise. So what happens when you try to send two vastly different cultures down the aisle? The answer: you double-down on the stress and drama and buckle up for an epic, colourful tale of love against the odds. Marry Me, Marry My Family is the amazing story of cross-cultural weddings in Australia. This 3×1 hour TV series follows a wildly diverse cast of couples as they try to straddle the gulf between cultures and the gap between their parents’ expectations and their own dreams.

3 x 60 minute episodes

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The Obesity Myth

The Obesity Myth challenges commonly held views of obesity by following the lives of morbidly obese patients at Melbourne’s Austin Health. Backed by new research, doctors at Austin Health are taking a new approach by treating obesity as a chronic genetic disease. Patients are told, often for the first time in their life, their weight problems are not their fault but a result of their genetic predisposition. The treatment regimen uses diet, medication and sometimes surgery to transform lives. Doing nothing isn’t an option as obese people can face an early death from obesity related illnesses.

3 x 60 minute episodes

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