A five part documentary series that follows the unpredictable and at times dangerous world of Australian journalists working around the world. Sophie McNeill is one of the new breed of video journalists. Armed with a small digital camera, Sophie gathers compelling stories across the globe as a one-woman band - researching, filming and directing stories on her own.
The writers head to one of the most coveted gigs on the summer calendar - the Roskilde Music Festival in Denmark. It's their first group assignment, but will they learn there is no 'I' in team?!
Napoleon challenges the students to create a look in extreme eyes, causing some students to struggle. Then during the test the students' limits are pushed further when they must make the ultimate transformation on their models: professional drag queens.
This week on Talking Heads, Peter Thompson is joined by one of Australia's most loved performers and one of our national treasures - Judith Durham.
Aussie Peter Maiden confronts his lack of journalism experience head-on, discovering that writing is not all beer and skittles. Tika's hard work pays off with her article on The Roots getting published. One of the top contenders, Russell, reveals he is bi-polar and is beginning to be overwhelmed by the situation.
This week on Talking Heads, Peter Thompson has an intimate chat with one of Australia's best known fashion designers, Collette Dinnigan. While talking to Peter about her early influences, career choices, highlights and future aspirations, Collette reveals that a significant error underpins her worldwide success.
My Survival as an Aboriginal delves beneath surface appearances to reveal a strong resistance to assimilation and loss of identity, as the late Essie Coffey, a Muruwarri woman, takes us into the Aboriginal struggle for survival.
First assignments are a rude awakening when hip-hop princess Krish has to interview hip hop artist El-P, and Russell has to figure out how to secure interviews with Lupe Fiasco and Ghostface Killah.
This week on Talking Heads Peter Thompson's guest is showbiz legend Harry M. Miller. Miller is the entrepreneur who introduced Australia to the phenomenon of rock opera with Hair, Jesus Christ Superstar and the Rocky Horror Picture Show. He originally launched his career in Sydney in the early 60s.
James May, journalist and self-acknowledged geek, travels the globe in search of implementations for concepts widely considered science fiction. In this final episode James focuses on energy.
The bullocky and his team arrive to take the wool clip to market. The men of Oxley Downs have filled 35 bales of wool, but loading the heavy bales that each weigh almost 300lbs onto the wagon by hand is no mean feat.
The contestants' heads will spin with the next challenge, which could see some serious clashes. And then, which contestant can strip off in the fastest time?
This ten-episode series follows six young writers over the course of a summer as they work towards earning a highly coveted full-time position at Rolling Stone magazine. For each of the aspiring writers, it's the opportunity of a lifetime, but only one of them will be offered the contributing editor contract.
Success is an attitude. This could almost be the theme of Talking Heads, ABC TV's interview program, hosted by Peter Thompson now in its sixth season. Thompson's guest this week is Janine Shepherd, who is someone who certainly embodies the 'can-do' mindset.
This is the story of an epic battle between America's mightiest corporation and a small group of computer geeks who'd created a revolutionary technology. It's a battle that would involve the US government, create billions of dollars of wealth and change all our lives. Welcome to the browser wars.
James May, journalist and self-acknowledged geek, travels the globe in search of implementations for concepts widely considered science fiction. In this episode James looks at whether robots can exceed the boundaries of their programming.
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