In tonight's episode, we follow the Colonists after their first night on the land and follow their journey of survival through the ensuing ten days. The pressures and challenges of being in a harsh, unfamiliar landscape start to show.
The arrival of governess Genevieve Yates brings much excitement and anticipation to Oxley Downs. Her arrival introduces a civilising influence and promises to give order and purpose to the children's education, but most importantly, relief for the squatter's wife. The servants are worried she might be 'stuck up', but the men are simply interested to see how the new lady on the station looks.
In the three-part documentary series, Million Dollar Traders eight ordinary people are given a million dollars, a fortnight of intensive training and two months to run their own hedge fund. Can they make a killing?
What happens when a group of people are sent back two hundred years to re-live the harsh reality of their ancestors' days in the new colonies of Australia?
The women have just arrived at Oxley Downs, it's late and everyone is tired. Station life revolves around the kitchen and cook Carolina gets cracking preparing her first 1860s meal, over an open fire.
Go behind the scenes of the smash hit musical, Wicked, to see exclusive rehearsals and meet the talented cast.
The Bettenays and Fletchers are a three-generation family living in a massive rental home on Melbourne's suburban fringe. They thought living together would allow them to save money, but their bills are astronomical - they have no idea how much carbon they are producing - and little wonder.
Willie is working hard to fulfil a large order placed by Selfridges department store. But will his enthusiasm to throw an opening party at the factory get in the way of production and potentially delay his in-store launch?
On tonight's episode, Willie's Devon based chocolate factory is up and running with the arrival of his final piece of equipment from Spain. Unfortunately an accident with a forklift delays its installation significantly, maybe even permanently. Willie's luck isn't all bad though as his friend and legendary chef, Marco Pierre While gives his chocolate some positive feedback and puts it straight on the menu at his Yew Tree pub.
Richard Dawkins is probably one of the most influential and provocative thinkers of our time. He is the essence of scientific reason and, as this interview shows in a most fascinating way, not someone who is used to being asked questions about things other than science and religion.
Featuring comedian and actor Dave Chappelle, best known as the host and star of the hit series "Chappelle's Show" on Comedy Central, and Dr Maya Angelou, an eminent American poet, memoirist and actress.
After a successful harvest in Venezuela, Willie begins to process his cocoa back home in his Devon chocolate factory. But progress comes to a grinding halt when Willie receives some challenging feedback from Britain's top chocolatier, William Curley.
Now that the families are attuned to the wilderness, it's time for them to resolve some of the dynamics that have led them down the path of destruction. Continuing in their separate groups, the mums, dads and teenagers struggle to get along.
Rosalie Kunoth-Monks is a woman remarkably sure of her place in the world - but it hasn't always been that way. In 1955, the movie Jedda transported her from the Northern Territory desert into celluloid history. In fact, Rosalie's own life reads like a film script - from reluctant child-star to nun, to activist and leader.
The New Black is a collection of impressive short films featuring Indigenous stories, authored and crafted by Indigenous people, and told in innovative and compelling ways. In introducing these films, Margaret Pomeranz speaks with Australia's most celebrated Indigenous filmmaker, Warwick Thornton, who wrote, directed and shot Samson & Delilah - winner of the Camera d'OR at the Cannes Film Festival, and Australia's official entry in next year's Academy Awards.
The human love affair with stuff is deep, abiding and life-long. This week Wendy spends time at a baby shower and visits pre-schools, shopping centres, teenagers' bedrooms and a boarding school to try to find the answer to the question: are we hard-wired to accumulate, or is it something we learn?
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