The bushfires that burnt through eastern and southern Australia in late 2019 and the beginning of 2020 were some of the worst in the world and recorded history. For millennia the Australian continent has been shaped by fire.
An exploration of the priceless environment of Roebuck Bay, Western Australia, the traditional lands of the Yawuru people now under threat on many fronts.
An examination of the complex rules of amateur athletics in America, and how they affect uncompensated athletes and their families.
Kate Humble visits a sheep station in Australia where animals are raised on an epic scale.
A woman eats mountains of junk food but can't put on weight. A young man's body is huge on one side and skinny on the other. Their looks and behaviour seem bizarre to many, and some treat them as taboo.
A documentary following the oldest surviving culture on earth, the Bininj people of the Aboriginal lands of Kakadu, who maintain a traditional life, as they have done so for over 65,000 years.
In Peru, Kate Humble discovers that the alpaca industry is on a knife edge.
Love isn't always about romance and roses. 'Baba' Dez Nichols describes himself as a sexual healer. On a secluded New Zealand island, he leads an interactive workshop, where participants are encouraged to share each other's bodies, all in the name of enlightenment. In Arkansas, piano teacher Dave is a Looner: a person who has a fetish for balloons. He's collected 65,000 of them. He's always affectionate with his beloved balloons, continually cuddling them, tucking them into his shirt and nestling up to them at night. The blockbuster hit The 40-Year-Old-Virgin wasn't completely Hollywood. On Australia's Gold Coast, Andrew Wong is a real-life 40-year-old virgin. Andrew blames his predicament on a strict, traditional upbringing, and he is tired of feeling like an outsider.
Vice speaks with four Tongan nationals who have been sent back to the tiny island nation where they were born after serving prison time in New Zealand and the US. Former gang members, they often struggle to reconnect with the culture, the language, and the people. They are haunted by the stigma of their criminal pasts, which casts a pall over their employment prospects and puts a barrier between them and their compatriots.
Filmmaker Barry Blaustein's revealing look at the professional wrestling industry in the late '90s. This documentary follows aspiring, reigning and fallen superstars of the wrestling world.
The story of Brian and Violet Carter who travelled back to Ardyaloon (One Arm Point on the Dampier Peninsula WA) in the 1970s and established the first school at Middle Beach.
Lady Lash is a Kokatha woman with Greek ancestry. Pushing beyond all expectations, she has carved a successful career in the male dominated hip hop industry.
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall is back with a special on a national health crisis that he's determined to do something about. In this final showdown, he's going to examine some of the marketing claims on 'healthier' products, unveil the truth about why Brits love to snack, and challenge a family to rethink their portion sizes. And, after almost 100,000 people sign Hugh's letter to the Health Secretary, he finally gets the interview he's been after for months, discovering some exciting changes that are on the horizon.
Most people in the West share certain common perceptions about what childhood should be like. A child should be free to play, to explore, and to make mistakes, but sometimes childhood is complicated. In small town America, a teenage girl makes a decision that has irreversible consequences: she wants to become a man. In India, a young boy is destined for a trade that is both dangerous and illegal: snake charming. In Greece, the legal age for driving a car is 16, but nine-year-old Stavros Grillis has been at the wheel of high-performance race cars since he was five. Young girls are sometimes labelled little princesses, but in Nepal, some girls are worshipped as living goddesses.
She Shears follows five charismatic female shearers on their journey towards the world championship of shearing: The Golden Shears.
Across a week, through multiple characters, we explore how Shenzhen's culture, identity and innovation has turned it into a powerhouse.
Alex Polizzi takes on the difficult challenge of finding Head Chefs for restaurants that desperately need to fill a vacancy. Nine candidates will be put through a rigorous interview process, but only one can get the job.
We explore school shootings from Columbine to Parkland through the eyes of those who've survived. The stories trace how people and communities try to overcome the aftermath.
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