Dr Jose Ramos-Horta - DTP 20th Anniversary Public LectureBy UNSWTV
Dr Jose Ramos-Horta on how modern communications can expose corrupt regimes, and where $3 billion in aid to East Timor has gone.
Wallace Wurth Memorial Lecture 2011 - Kerry O'Brien (AUDIO ONLY EXCERPT)By UNSWTV
Politics and Journalism - Who's Winning the Race to the Bottom? Kerry O'Brien delivers the 2011 Wallace Wurth Memorial Lecture.
Help the diasadvantaged quit smoking - Talking Point with Prof Robyn Richmond (AUDIO)By UNSWTV
Australians at high risk of smoking, such as the mentally ill and prisoners are successful in giving up the habit if they’re supported in complying with treatment regimes according to UNSW's Professor Robyn Richmond.
A Sustainable Australia?By UNSWTV
What exactly is a sustainable population for Australia? Paul Willis from ABC's Catalyst program hosts a panel discussion featuring a panel including businessman and adventurer Dick Smith, and former N.S.W. Premier Bob Carr.
Australia, India and the 2020 RevolutionsBy UNSWTV
There's no shortage of impassioned debateabout Australia and India's relationship - on the cricket pitch. But, the sameenergy is needed off the sporting field to keep pace with India's rising economic and global influence.
On The Couch with Simon RestubogBy UNSWTV
Dr Simon Restabog chats with UNSW's Susi Hamilton about his research into bullying and other bad behaviour in the workplace. From UNITV, UNSW's fortnightly show on Aurora community channel on Foxtel and Austar.
The GPCOG TestBy UNSWTV
This video demonstrates the GPCOG test - an online resource for GPs and other primary carers to quickly and accurately assess patients for signs of dementia.