24 Hours of Sunshine. Barry Humphries with the help of alter egos Dame Edna Everidge, Sir Les Patterson and Sandy Stone, traipses through four decades of Australian history here he examines the fifties.
Griff a socially awkward office worker spends his days being bullied by his workmates and his night as superhero 'Griff the Invisible' roaming the streets of his local neighbourhood, protecting the innocent (Ryan Kwanten, Maeve Dermody).
Mike Baxter (Tim Allen) is a man's man in a woman's world when he realises that things have changed in terms of style, preference, and other things. He juggles life between being a husband and parent while working as a marketing director for an outdoor sporting goods store. Mike is the man at work, but in a home full of women, his wife Vanessa (Nancy Travis) and three daughters Mandy (Molly Ephraim), Kristin (Alexandra Krosney), and Eve (Kaitlyn Dever) are there to make sure that he is the odd man out.
Kenya has long been Africa's success story, relatively stable and ethnically harmonious. But voting controversies in the 2007 election split the country along ethnic lines, pushing it toward civil war. In response, a taboo-breaking TV soap was created, following the struggles of a multi-ethnic soccer squad to overcome their differences. What can a soap opera achieve in a place desperate for change but teetering on the brink? Watch and see.
Danny wants two things in life more than anything else, one is a Jaguar and the other is Joanna Johnson. After Danny's parents give him their beloved Nissan Cedric, Danny works up the courage to ask Joanna out on a date... One problem! He tells her that he owns a Jaguar, and to prove otherwise, he trades in the Cedric for an early model Jag. But at the car yard he is conned into believing he is getting the deal of the century by the salesman.
Malcolm is a chronically shy mechanical genius who has just been fired for building his own tram naively helps a pair of bank robbers in a series of outrageous heists.
Comedian and presenter Sue Perkins takes a personal journey to bring Anne Lister's diary to life, as she looks at a lesbian life lived 200 years ago against a backdrop of massive social, economic and political change.
Season 2 Episode 6
Loving couple Natalie and Ross find their lives turned upside down when Natalie suffers an aneurysm that will prevent them from having sex for an entire year. Coping with spirited children, a tight family budget and job insecurity are common challenges for your typical parent, but for Natalie and Ross, things are about to get a little more complicated.
A satirical segment in which Marie Antoinette and King Louis XVI partake in a 'Wife Swap' with a married peasant couple illuminates issues the working class had with the monarchs prior to the French Revolution.
Ep 6 of 6 on spiritualityLeaving behind the steamy bustle of Delhi, she travels to Bodhgaya to visit the Bodhi tree, where Lor
With her interest in Buddhism piqued, and her love of yoga firmly entrenched, Judith travels to India to immerse herself in the
Judith's encounter with Buddhism
With her interest in Buddhism piqued, and her love of yoga firmly entrenched, Judith travels to India to immerse herself in the birthplace of both of those things. She discovers that religion and spirituality in India are like the Kardashian family in the West - you just can't avoid them.
When Judith discovered yoga, it literally changed her life. But is it just a cool way to get fit, or a genuine path to spiritual enlightenment? For answers, she gets cross legged with a man who drives an orange kombi with the number plates 'OMMMM' - university lecturer, swami and yogi Phil Stevens, and pays a visit to her guru, Shandor Remete, the Adelaide based, Hungarian born founder of Shadow Yoga.
Like many people, Judith always thought that money and fame might fill a hole in her life. She asks whether fame or career success can fill a spiritual need as she chats to former Big Brother sensation Sara Marie Fedele and to longtime friend and fellow comedian Frank Woodley.
World renowned psychic John Edward has made a living communicating with dead people. Having visited psychics in the past as she tried to make sense of her parents' deaths, Judith has an honest chat with John about sceptics, what people are looking for when they go to his shows, and what happens when we die?
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