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Title Sunday Night: The Hidden Kingdom/Questionable Behaviour/The Innocence Project
Published Australia : SEVEN, 2010
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Summary THE HIDDEN KINGDOMTravels to the ancient and mysterious kingdom of Mustang, where the original Tibetan culture still exists. People live in fear of demons and homes are made from mud and straws. The western world has started to make inroads with solar panels and mobiles making their way into Mustang.QUESTIONABLE BEHAVIOURInvestigates ADHD and whether children are over prescribed and over medicated.THE INNOCENCE PROJECTDetails the new DNA technology that can prove innocence after a wrongful conviction. The Innocence Project in Florida has helped release from jail, 250 innocent people. In an Australian first DNA will be retested in Queensland with the help of the Griffith University's Innocence Project
Event Broadcast 2010-05-30 at 18:30:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Children with disabilities -- Services for.
DNA -- Testing.
Parole -- Government policy.
Prisoners -- Government policy.
Shangri-La (Imaginary place)
Australia.
Nepal -- Mustang (District)
United States.
Form Streaming video
Author Bain, James, contributor
Bath, Chris, host
Bista, Jigme, contributor
D'Arcy, John, reporter
Davey, Michael, reporter
Dick, Cameron, contributor
Frances, Brandon, contributor
Frances, Catherine, contributor
Greenwood, Jill, contributor
Hazell, Phillip, contributor
Jones, Janie, contributor
Kruger, Sonia, reporter
Miller, Seth, contributor
Newell, Jaleesa, contributor
Nyst, Chris, contributor
Raffaele, Paul, contributor
Stanley, Fiona, contributor
Trammel, Fletcher, contributor
Whitely, Martin, contributor