An Afternoon of Community Service with Youngn Lipz: The R&B King of Western Sydney
There was a time where YL wanted to become a villain. Instead, he started singing and became a hero of “the areas”.
Meth, Viagra, Romance: How Victoria's Prisoners Make Valentine's Special
It's the only state to allow conjugal visits, meaning prisoners get a few precious hours to have sex with their partners.
How Australia Discovered Grime and Made it Something of Its Own
We asked the Smash Brothers how they brought a London subculture to Melbourne and launched a national movement.
What Does Weeks of Bushfire Smoke Actually Do to Your Lungs?
If you're living in Sydney or Melbourne you can expect some damage and possible health consequences in the future.
Sisqo Told Us the Origin Story for His Timeless Masterpiece, 'Thong Song'
On the song's 20th anniversary, we found out how divine intervention, The Beatles, and the violinist for Star Wars were involved in the creation of 'Thong Song'.
A New Wave of Australian Hip Hop Represents the Forgotten Suburbs
Here's some of the most exciting talent from across Australia.
Meet the Guy Who Ran Swingers Parties in 1980s Pakistan
"The dictatorship made it all the more exciting. We were rebelling in the crudest way possible."
The Secret S&M Subculture in Australia's Prisons
There's one joint that's especially famous for it. We asked four of its inmates what really goes on.
Why Crying Is Socially Acceptable for Guys In Crime
Imagine a culture in which dead friends and lost childhoods are the norm.
Australia's Deadliest Soldier Discusses Training to Kill
In this episode of Violent Times, we interview Sgt. Paul Cale about state-sanctioned violence.
Indigenous Australians Are the Most Incarcerated People on Earth
In this episode of Violent Times, we interview Vickie Roach about violence and indigenous incarceration.
How It Feels To Be Blind In an Australian Prison
"Being blind in jail is like being in solitary confinement 24/7."