Foreign Correspondent

Foreign Correspondent

Foreign Correspondent

Compelling storytelling and rich cinematography from Australia's leading international current affairs program. We take you into the lives of people whose personal struggles and triumphs help to explain the big picture.

Foreign Correspondent - Into the Outbreak

Spain has been hit hard by the pandemic, with over seventy thousand dead. Australian Lily Mayers reveals how the nation's people are struggling to survive through a once-in-a-lifetime crisis.

Foreign Correspondent - Road to Reunion

In a world TV exclusive, Sarah Ferguson reports on the fallout of a brutal US immigration policy that tore families apart. She tracks the journey of a mother seeking to reunite with her children after four years alone.

Foreign Correspondent - The Sinking Sea

For millennia its waters healed the faithful. Now they're the source of conflict and tension. Eric Tlozek takes us on a spectacular journey through an ancient land to unravel the mystery of the disappearing Dead Sea.

Foreign Correspondent - Troubled Land

The fallout from Brexit, as decades of peace are punctured by violence. Will the troubles reignite and Northern Ireland plunge back into violent conflict over a border dispute? Samantha Hawley reports.

Foreign Correspondent - American Deepfake

Is seeing believing? Not anymore. AI can now make fake video where real people say and do things they never did. Hamish Macdonald reports on deepfakes, the technology some fear will undermine civilisation as we know it.

Foreign Correspondent - #WhatsHappeningInMyanmar

A military coup, a young democracy shattered. Six months on Myanmar's Gen Z is resisting, boycotting the military and its businesses. Many are in hiding, some are picking up guns. Is the country on the brink of civil war?

Foreign Correspondent - Right to Choose

The right to an abortion in the US is on the brink. Guaranteed by the Supreme Court 50 years ago, that right has been wound back by the states. With the Court about to reconsider the issue, many states could ban it overnight.

Foreign Correspondent - Dead White Man's Clothes

The dark side of the world's fashion addiction. Many of our old clothes, donated to charities, end up in rotting textile mountains in West Africa. This is a story about how our waste is creating an environmental disaster.

Foreign Correspondent - Dead on Arrival

Since the start of the pandemic, 21 delivery workers in South Korea have died. Unions blame overwork. As demand for home deliveries explodes, the pressure on sorters and drivers is relentless. Now they're fighting back.

Foreign Correspondent - Old King Coal

From Europe to the US, coal is under fire. Environmentalists are circling, mines closing. As coal declines how will communities fare? We go to the US and Spain to see how different regions are managing the dying days of coal.

Foreign Correspondent - Out Of Africa

Europe's museums are stashed full of Africa's cultural heritage, much taken in colonial times. Some was looted, some traded. The museums say they're the rightful owners but others say the objects belong in Africa.

Foreign Correspondent - Destination Mars

In the era of New Space, billionaire Elon Musk is blazing the trail. He's building a gigantic starship to fly humans further than ever before. Sarah Ferguson reports on one man's extraordinary mission: Destination Mars.

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