The tempers of the Bondi lifeguards are put to the test as they face the deadliest summer yet as they encounter heat waves, bag thieves, street hoodlums, sharks, cuts, broken bones and countless rescues.
Richard Ayoade packs his carry-on case and resumes his quest to show the world how to enjoy an optimal 48 hours away. This episode, Richard is joined by comedian, actor, writer and Catastrophe star Rob Delaney for two days in and, roughly speaking, around, the city of Seville in southern Spain. Together they explore Europe's sunniest city, learn to dance flamenco, eat tapas and take a road trip to the wild west. The results are fast, funny and strangely informative.
Forty years after it happened, this is the never before told true story of the courage and compassion, the heartbreak and heroes of the Granville Train Disaster. For the first time, survivors and rescuers are reunited to recall the fateful moments on January 18, 1977 when a regular train ride from the Blue Mountains to work, a shopping trip to the city or a school holiday adventure instead became a journey that would end as Australia's worst rail tragedy. The full story behind the crash of the 6.09am Mount Victoria service to Central Station, Sydney, which derailed and brought down Granville's Bold Street Bridge, crushing two crowded carriages and eventually claiming 83 lives.
Harley-Davidson must rejoin the racing community if the business is to survive. Distracted by their race to the top, the founders leave themselves vulnerable to a devastating and unforeseen threat to the survival of their company.
Bill Harley and brothers Walter and Arthur Davidson found the Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Company. But competition is fierce, and Walter puts his life at risk in deadly races to beat industry powerhouse, Indian Motorcycles.
Behind every Kingdom there is a fortune. The Kennedy's may be America's most public family but when the subject turns to money their silence is deafening. Sorting out the facts from the myths, here's how the Kennedy's become one of America's wealthiest families, how they keep it and how that fortune fuels a dynasty.
Since its launch in April 1990, The Hubble Space Telescope has become one of the most revolutionary scientific instruments ever built. In this look back at Hubble's major accomplishments, audiences will explore the life cycle of stars, from their birth in nurseries of dust-laden clouds of gas all the way to their final farewell as titanic supernova explosions.
The story of North America's first secret agent training school, the role it played in defeating the Axis during World War II, and in the world of modern espionage - investigated through the first archaeological dig of the site; demonstrations of its training techniques; first person accounts of those who trained; and dramatic recreation of their exploits behind enemy lines. Dubbed the school of "mayhem and murder", Camp X and the schools it spawned, trained over 25,000 secret agents during the war. The investigation uncovers the camp's secret agent training manual and the role it played in forging the world of espionage, including the foundation of the CIA. Ian Fleming claimed to have trained there and the notorious Soviet mole, Kim Philby, wrote its secret training manual.
John Kennedy Jr has it all: wealth, looks, an easy charm. More than any Kennedy of his generation, he seems to wear the crown lightly - George Clooney with a political pedigree. But while he appears carefree and light-hearted in public, he always works from a carefully-written script - one that was started virtually the moment he was born. No matter how he might try to deviate from it, in the end, he cannot escape the role that destiny and America have chosen for him to play.
Taking a terrifying journey through 3000 years of ideas, movie tough guy Danny Trejo explores the darkest recesses of both the underworld and the human imagination. From Ancient Greece, through the birth of Christianity, medieval Europe and Modern America, he tries to map out where the idea of Hell came from and even visits real locations believed to be portals to Hell.
The Kennedy's have gone from America's most admired (even martyred) family to "presumed guilty". A series of high-profile Kennedy criminal cases guarantee America will rush to judgement. These cases reveal the double-edged sword of fame and privilege. Justice may be blind, but these cases reveal how the very name Kennedy can be either a 'get out of jail free card' or a target for vendettas.
More than 130,000 Australian horses served in the Great War of 1914-18. Nearly 30,000 were engaged in the Middle East. Popularly known as 'Walers', it was in the desert sands that their legend was born. They carried their men to victory on the long road to Damascus, but at war's end they did not come home.
Bec negotiates for Blue Water to hold the local surf comp. They agree to pay for everything but a band for the after party. The team's own band could play - but Fly's musical ability threatens to turn it into a disaster.
Like many Queensland families Don and his "better half" Joyce regularly packed the children up into the car and headed outback for family camping trips. Joyce, through her mother and grandmother, is a Waanyi woman from around Lawn Hill in central Queensland.
On June 6, 1944, the Allies mounted a massive invasion on the beaches of Normandy in what was known as Operation Overlord. In the Pacific, Japan was struggling and resorted to the suicide tactics of the Kamikaze. In Europe, the Nazis were being rolled back, but a series of Allied defeats in badly planned battles meant that the war continued into yet another year.
On August 13, 1961 the Berlin Wall went up. On November 9, 1989 it came down, reuniting Germany and signalling the end of the Cold War. This year marks the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. For many Germans, the wall still has a presence, yet for the young generation it is just history and largely untraceable. What has happened to the Berlin Wall? Did it just disappear into thin air? Where are the remains? And what are the stories of the people who have hoarded fragments of the wall or built businesses from them?
The Voice is a journey through the greatest vocal talents the world has ever heard. The series combines classic archive, rare and unseen footage, unique intimate performances, and exclusive interviews with a legion of legends, from Pavarotti to Bono, Maria Callas to Bjork, Ray Charles to Brian Wilson. With the help of experts in the field, The Voice unlocks the true nature of what makes a great vocalist a smash hit.
Like a pilau rice dish which is generously flavoured with a variety of colourful spices, the ethnic mix of Zanzibar - or Unguja, to call it by its Arabic name - varies widely, including Swahili, Shirazi Persian, Portuguese and Omani Arab people.
This revealing and trailblazing biography show allows two well-known celebrities to open up about their private and professional lives to each other. Thanks to the series' innovative style, audiences are given a rare chance to witness some of the world's most talented entertainers talking face-to-face - with no studio audience or chat-show host, conversations are more honest and uninhibited than ever before.
From the much-loved Stephen Fry talking with Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman, to a heart-to-heart between illusionist Derren Brown and film composer Hans Zimmer, this program offers personal access to celebrities on the top of their game for surprisingly intimate one-on-one conversations.
Tales from childhood, early careers, successes and failures all combine to reveal how their journeys through wealth and fame have shaped their lives. Breaking from the conventional interview style, this program grants unparalleled access to some of the world's most popular and lively personalities across the arts, cinema, theatre, literature, music, sports, fashion and politics.