Putting the 'real' back into reality TV, the award-winning series with no narrator and no agendas, just authentic stories told in people's own words. Immerse yourself in the life of extraordinary Australians.
This is the story of Aunty June Murray who grew up in a mission, worked as a domestic servant, and helped her community. In 2019, at 91 years of age, she was awarded the Order of Australia.
In the Pilbara, Ngaarda families have lived on their ngurra for over 50,000 years, practising culture and law. Elders are concerned that the younger generation is losing their connection to country.
When a new, deadly virus spreads across North America at an alarming rate, one man is singled out for bringing the disease to the country.
Grace and Eddie invested their savings and borrowed money to open up Grace's Place Bagels and Deli in Palm Coast. Two years and $320,000 in debt later, chef Robert Irvine is their last hope.
When chef Robert meets Jordan, the self-described stubborn owner of the Portu-Greek Cafe in Hudson, he knows that he's in for a challenge.
As President Donald Trump declares war on MS-13 and points to the killings on Long Island to justify efforts to ramp up deportations, The Gang Crackdown investigates the fraught relationship between immigrant communities and law enforcement, and whether the crackdown is making Long Island safer - or scapegoating innocent Hispanic teenagers.
This is the story of the apartment in downtown Johannesburg that, between the late 1940s and early 1960s, became a hub of resistance against apartheid.
A portrait of an intrepid group of leitis, or Indigenous transgender women, who are fighting a rising tide of religious fundamentalism and intolerance in the South Pacific kingdom of Tonga.
Mek the tiger returns to the zoo after six years. Two shy tree kangaroos are introduced to one another, and the keepers have to move over 100 animals.
Aunty Barbara Simms is a well-known La Perouse Aboriginal Elder, born and raised on the beaches of Lapa. A Bidjigal and Wadi Wadi woman, Aunty Barb is an active member of her community.
Joel Brown, a Gunditjmara man, is heading home. He'll meet family, friends, see country, and learn about family and his people's history.
A cattle station's view of negotiating with a distant bureaucracy, this fascinating observational documentary documents relationships within the Aboriginal community of Collum Collum.
The track from Oodnadatta to Marree is old, really old. It predates the Silk Road by about 50,000 years and was a traditional trade route for the Arabana people for over a thousand generations.
Senior cultural man Walter Kolbong Rogers, aged 76, tells the story of his life as a ceremony leader and dancer.
Not so long ago, civilisation learned that it was no match for just a few degrees drop in temperature. Scientists call it the Little Ice Age - but its impact was anything but small. From 1300 to 1850, a period of cataclysmic cold caused havoc. It froze Viking colonists in Greenland, accelerated the Black Death in Europe, decimated the Spanish Armada, and helped trigger the French Revolution. The Little Ice Age reshaped the world in ways that now seem the stuff of fantasy - New York Harbour froze and people walked from Manhattan to Staten Island, Eskimos sailed kayaks as far south as Scotland, and two feet of snow fell on New England in June and July during "the Year Without a Summer". Could another catastrophic cold snap strike in the 21st century? Leading climatologists offer the latest theories, and scholars and historians recreate the history that could be a glimpse of things to come. Face the cold, hard truth of the past - an era that may be a window to our future.
In Far North Queensland, Australia, fire helps keep the Yalanji people strongly connected to their country and traditions.
Chef Robert Irvine tackles his first-ever theme restaurant, when he comes to the aid of Buzz, the owner of Cave Inn BBQ, a caveman/dinosaur-themed restaurant.
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