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Alcohol and Other Drugs
Misunderstood, marginalised Australians answering anonymous, online questions. Insightful, irreverent and moving.
Living with the enemy explores differences that may impact on social cohesion in Australia by asking people to live with others whose lifestyles and beliefs directly contradict their own.
Same-sex marriage. Living with the enemy. Episode 1. An atheist gay couple spend ten days with a conservative Anglican minister.
Detention Centres. Living with the enemy. Episode 2. Morteza is a former 'boat person' who spent four years in detention centres. He will live with Jenni for ten days. She believes that asylum seekers should not be allowed in Australia.
Immigration. Living with the enemy. Episode 3. 20,000 Sudanese refugees have recently arrived in Australia, some after many years in camps. Many have experienced racism.
Islam. Living with the enemy. Episode 4. Lydia and Ahmed try to convince Ben that there are moderate Muslims.
Hunters. Living with the enemy. Episode 5. Two Australians who have different views on the ethics of animal hunting, must live in each other's worlds for ten days.
Marijuana. Living with the enemy. Episode 6. Michael, Australia's no.1 public advocate for marijuana, and former drug-user Kerry, who is now a school drug educator, spend ten days living together debating the legalisation of marijuana.
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