Alexandra Maria Lara is an academic psychologist who specialises in memory research. often called on as an expert witness to challenge eyewitness's memories, she is called on to directly interview the witnesses of an abduction. It's very good, appropriately suspenseful, with a satisfying final twist.
This series gets away with extraordinarily explicit sexual content by being consistently intelligent and funny. It looks oddly transatlantic to this Australian viewer – neither UK nor US culturally – but I'm glad there's to be a fourth season.
A Scottish crime drama that hinges on a court case. A woman whose nine-year-old son was hideously murdered by a 13-year-old posts on Facebook a photo of a man she believes to be the murderer. The man is brutally attacked by someone who has seen the post, and now she is on trial for instigating attempted murder.
A documentary about Julia Gillard's time as Prime Minister of Australia, in the context of other women who have been in top leadership positions, beginning with Sirimavo Bandaranaike in Sri Lanka in 1960 and ending with Kamala Harris. The doco focuses on the extraordinary sexism directed at Gillard. None of it is news, but it's extraordinary seein […]