Race Against Time: The CIA And 9/11
September 11th marked the greatest failure in the history of the CIA and also sparked what became its greatest success - the elimination of the world's most wanted terrorist.
In The Shadow Of The Towers
A diverse group of Australians has one thing in common. It's September 11, 2001, the day the Twin Towers collapsed. Hosted by Sandra Sully, with interviews by Hugh Riminton.
The Happy Dictator
Until 2006, Turkmenistan was run by a crazy dictator whose megalomania spawned a personality cult to rival that of Chairman Mao.
RFK Must Die: The Assassination of Bobby Kennedy
An investigation into the controversies surrounding the assassination of Bobby Kennedy.
Women Against ISIS
In the war against the Islamic State, the only effective movement combatting the jihadists on the ground is the Kurdish resistance army, made up of both men and women.
Defeating ISIS: The Impossible Coalition
Why did a coalition of 26 international powers struggle for so long to overthrow thirty thousand Isis jihadists?
Brexit: The Backstage of a Divorce
For the first time in European history, a country is withdrawing from the EU, with crucial repercussions for the UK and millions of Europeans.
Inside the Russian Info War Machine
Paul Moreira investigates how Russia manipulates public opinion and attempts to alter world events.
Kim Jong-un: The Man Who Rules North Korea
Kim Jong-un is the world's most enigmatic dictator, cultivating an air of secrecy around himself and never giving interviews.