On the box


Compass: A Small Town Welcome — Explores what happens when a community says "yes" to taking in a family of Sudanese refugees. ABC, Friday, March 21, 7.30pm.

Oswald's Ghost — Argues that after John F. Kennedy's assassination, the government investigations — instead of calming fears — lead to a widespread loss of trust in the institutions that govern our society. SBS, Friday, March 21, 8.30pm.

Message Stick — Indigenous authors speak about stories which transcend race, and employ universal themes and emotions which bind all people — black or white — as a way of bridging the cultural divide. ABC, Sunday, March 23, 1.30pm.

China's Sexual Revolution — Looks at China today where the new free love generation has left parents in shock; the booming sex industry is creating an HIV crisis; the new generation of career women and feminists suddenly want it all — while millions of men feel left out. SBS, Tuesday, March 25, 8.30pm.

Pol Pot: Behind the Killing Fields — Reveals the chilling story of Pol Pot, through the words of those who helped him carry out the genocide of more than two million Cambodians. SBS, Wednesday, March 26, 1am.

Living Black — Indigenous news and current affairs program. SBS, Wednesday, March 26, 6pm.

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