In 2009 we made a film called ‘Donated to Science’, it told the story of a group of medical students and the cadavers they dissected...
In 1990 the Jewish organisation the Simon Wiesenthal Centre sent the New Zealand Government a list with 47 names on it. Most were “displaced persons” who were given a home here after the end of the Second World War
The Price of Fish: investigates the ways foreign charter fishing vessels - so called ‘slave ships’ - are plundering New Zealand fish stocks and abusing their Indonesian crews.
‘Inside Tattooing’ is a unique documentary looking at the art of the realm of prison tattooing in New Zealand.
Through Rob Hamill’s personal story, Brother Number One explores one of the “forgotten” genocides of the 20th century, examining how and why nearly 2 million Cambodians could be killed by a fanatical regime known as the Khmer Rouge.
We’re constantly surrounded by radiation – from cell and cordless phones, wi-fi internet, cell towers, powerlines, and even from our electric blankets.
The story of Stephen Versalko – the ASB fraudster who stole almost $18m of his clients’ money to lead an audacious double life of sex, lies and betrayal, including spending around $3.4m on prostitutes.
In an age where smoking is becoming increasingly frowned upon, banned and distasteful, there’s one sector of our community where evidence suggests the message isn’t getting through fast enough
A surprisingly large number of Kiwis regularly use cannabis – a world drug report by the United Nations in 2009 put New Zealanders as the third highest cannabis users in the world.
Cosmetic surgery is no longer the exclusive domain of the rich and famous.
Bryan Bruce has spent the last six months investigating why the current state of child health in New Zealand is so bad and what we can do about it.
A Drunken State weaves personal drinking stories with the harsh reality of our drinking culture in New Zealand