In this 12 part series John Safran teams up with his maverick match in wit and weird wisdom, Father Bob Maguire. Father Bob and John continue their oddest of the odd couple television relationship in a current affairs-cum-chat show with a spiritual twist.
Another reincarnation of the infinitely variable John Safran. This time around Safran teams up with his maverick match in wit and weird wisdom, Father Bob Maguire in a current affairs-cum-chat show with a spiritual twist.
Puberty Blues traces the lives of two adolescent females who have spent the first part of their lives in a group by themselves, while desperately trying to break into the 'in' group who dominate the Greenhill beach.
The five surviving members of Monty Python's Flying Circus continue to contemplate their origins and successes as well as chew over its deeper significance in the final instalment of Monty Python: Almost The Truth.
Forty years after they were unleased on an unsuspecting world, Monty Python: Almost The Truth The Lawyer's Cut is the definitive history of the Flying Circus. This two-part documentary covers the comedy troupe from their birth to the present day, highlighting their childhood, schooling and university life, as well as their pre-Python work.
Twenty children discover what life would be like if they all lived together without parents for a fortnight. The boys and girls set up home in two different camps and face their biggest test learning to live with the opposite sex.
Irritable Ivy's (Pattie Bee) legacy sees Nurse Kim Wilde (Jo Brand) in trouble over an alleged offensive remark she made in jest to male Matron Hilary (Ricky Grover).
Lawrence's parents always wanted him to be a doctor. He comes from a family of high achievers. Despite not being a doctor, he's happy. He is a stand -up comedian who has travelled the world, entertained people and had a good time. Maybe it's time to see what it's like though, to be the person his parents always wanted him to be.
Lawrence always wanted to be the best in the world. He always wanted to set a world record. At something. At anything. What world record can he set? Well, as a child he was a classic nerd and wasn't very good at sport. But he was pretty good at the Rubik's Cube. In fact, he still has a shrine to the Hungarian inventor Erno Rubik in his bedroom.
Lawrence is tormented by memories of his childhood bully. His quest this week is to deal with the bully and finally put the trauma behind him. It's time Lawrence learnt to be a real man.
In this adaptation of Oscar Wilde's witty play about mistaken identities, two proper gentlemen in 1890s London use the same pseudonym, Earnest, for their on the sly courtship activities. Pandemonium ensues when the two men find themselves face-to-face and have to explain who they really are.
This week, Lawrence's quest is to be a rock star. When he was a child he was kicked out of his school band. He was a musical maverick, but now is his chance to make it happen. In setting about creating an image, Lawrence first learns some rock moves from You Am I rock god Tim Rogers, like the windmill, and making love to the audience.
What did you want to be when you were a kid? Internationally successful Australian comedian and all round nice guy Lawrence Leung sets off on the adventures of a lifetime as he tries - in real life - to achieve the dreams he had for himself as a child. Lawrence Leung's Choose Your Own Adventure is an imaginative documentary/comedy/adventure series where the innocence of childhood ambition clashes with the realities of adulthood resulting in unexpected consequences that are hair-raising, heart-warming and hilarious.
A tasty treat with the screening of the hilarious and touching, Fat Chance. This one-hour documentary follows a 90kg, pizza binging, single mother who is determined to lose weight and find love before her 50th birthday. Yuka Sekiguchi's weight is the result of multi-cultural assimilation. Abandoning her Japanese lifestyle, her love of "Western" fast food has turned this formerly petite woman into an overweight, pizza loving, beer swilling, Aussie chick.
Simon Palomares is a comedian. Life has become complicated. Spain is calling. Loudly. There is a saying in Madrid, that to be successful at anything you need to have balls (cojones) as big as those you find on the horse that is Madrid's most famous statue. This film follows Australian comedian Simon Palomares as he attempts to break into the Spanish comedy circuit while also reconnecting with his Spanish identity.
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