Redefining the Separation of Church and State | God's Country
This is a show investigating the intersection of politics and religion. Following Religious Leaders as they campaign on both sides of the US's 2020 Presidential election
Jaden & James
Jaden suffered "some heavy stuff" after surviving a car crash that left him with a metal plate down his femur. But he lives to tell us his story thanks to belting up.
Willy & Rohan
After being in a serious car crash Willy finds new appreciation for the simple things in life and wants a permanent reminder of this new found mind frame.
George & Martha
After being put in a wheelchair from a major car crash in New Zealand's South Island, George is getting a tattoo to mark the end of his physical and emotional healing.
Abdullah & Sam
Meet Abdullah, after leaving war torn Iraq to move to Aotearoa, New Zealand he had a life changing car crash. He lives to tell us his story thanks to wearing his seatbelt.
Kahutia & Rawiri
VICE spends time with Kahu, a car crash survivor who had his arm trapped under his car, however, it could have been much worse.
VICE Australia Shorties
The Game About Pingers, Lads and Nike TN's
Big City Earnerz is a game about Air Max TN’s, striped Nautica polos, Lacoste t-shirts, pingers, spraying graff and running from the cops.
Australia's Ban on Poppers
The TGA is looking to crack down on the use of poppers in Australia and reclassify the substance as being comparable to heroin and MDMA. We speak to the people who are going to be most affected by the proposed ban.
Sound of Seattle
Defining The Seattle Sound
VICE meets Shabazz Palaces, Chastity Belt, Sub Pop's Mark Arm, Dude York and Sassyblack to explore the past, present and future of the Seattle sound.
Inside The Motel That Homes The Homeless, Ex-Prisoners, and Refugees
Over a period of four months, VICE embed with the staff and residents of The Stay Inn, a motel that gets most of its clientele through prison and homeless services.
In Bloom / web
IN BLOOM x MINUS18
VICE headed to the Queer Ideas Festival in Melbourne to chat to attendees and hear about their own experiences of coming out, dealing with bullies, managing conservative parents, crushing on a straight friend and living in “20-gay-teen”.
Brendan the Poo Diver
Next time you’re having a shit day at work, spare a thought for Australia’s professional poo divers. They suit up and dive down into toxic ponds of excrement to make sure the country’s sewerage processing plants are running well.