Filmmaker and former actor Ben Steel embarks on a soul-searching journey that looks beyond the bright lights to explore mental health issues within the Australian entertainment industry.
Iconic All Black legend Buck Shelford is tackling the Grim Reaper and fighting back against the state of men's health in New Zealand.
New documentary series that goes behind the scenes at Britain's biggest and busiest international airport. This episode follows Heathrow staff struggling to turn around hundreds of arriving planes, and get them back into the air on time. Cleaners, ground staff and flight crew race to get the world's biggest passenger plane ready for departure. Meanwhile Heathrow prepares to open a 2 billion pound new terminal, and welcomes a very special royal guest. Airport duty manager Andy is called on to defuse a major international protest, and a team of workers battle the elements as they attempt to resurface the runway overnight in time for the first flight of the morning.
New documentary series that goes behind the scenes at Britain's biggest and busiest international airport. This episode follows Heathrow staff racing against the clock to process thousands of passengers arriving from 84 different countries. Airside Safety Officer Glenn and his colleagues work closely with Air Traffic Control to keep Heathrow's two runways open and clear of debris. Meanwhile, staff from the Animal Reception Centre welcome a variety of weird and wonderful animals - from pet ferrets to a wild tiger. Inside the terminals, Heathrow staff deal with passengers including a man who is stuck living at the airport after being deported from Thailand, and a family whose young relatives have got lost in Arrivals.
We look beneath the seductive, aqua-coloured waters of the pool to reveal its hidden history at the centre of battles over race, gender, sexuality and religion.
Dan Snow, Anita Rani and Ade Adepitan are in Mexico City, uncovering the hidden systems and armies of people that help run this sprawling megalopolis of over 22 million people. It is crowded, it is congested and this haphazard city sits in a major earthquake zone, but the people here have a strength of spirit that allows them to defy everything nature can throw at them. Anita discovers how they are trying to stop this megacity from drowning in its own waste, while Ade heads to the edge of the sprawl to find out about the daily struggle for clean, affordable drinking water. Dan reveals how you build a skyscraper in an earthquake zone and learns the hard way that Mexican street food can be hot! Mexico City has grown at a staggering pace. How on earth does this epic sprawl survive its many daily battles?
We go inside the infamous Tham Luang cave and share insights into the deadly mission to rescue the Wild Boars junior football team in 2018.
In the final episode, the adults are retested by the experts, and the class puts on a concert for friends and family showcasing the abilities that they've been developing over the course of the experiment.
A series evoking deep nostalgia and childhood memories, looking at Australian identity through the prism of the pool. Celebrates sacred spaces from the billabong, to public, ocean, backyard, motel and Olympic pools.
The liberation of East Timor pushed Australia and Indonesia to the brink of confrontation, but diplomacy and a peacekeeping mission led to the birth of a nation. Twenty years on, we talk to those involved about the lasting legacy.
The experiment aims to tackle the adults' confidence and mobility. The experts have curated an action-packed week aimed at increasing the adults' physical ability, including a sports day.
This week the adults confront one of the most prevalent and devastating aspects of old age - low mood and depression, as they take part in a series of mood boosting activities, including an excursion to the beach.
In the second week of the experiment, the older adults confront a series of activities aimed at one of the most frightening aspects of old age - memory decline.
In New Zealand's rural Taranaki region, adolescent boys growing up in poverty often end up turning to crime, some racking up criminal convictions before they hit 16. Most young offenders find themselves locked up - but a lucky few get a chance to avoid 'juvie' by participating in START Taranaki, an early intervention program designed to give them a second lease on life.
As Australia's older population increases, so too will the issues that affect their health and happiness. Could the solution to a better life for older Australians be as simple as spending time with four-year olds?
Jane Caro meets five Australian men navigating their first year as new dads to see how they are managing the life-changing transition into fatherhood.
Mahomet's first year in Medina, in the year 622 of the Christian era, marks the beginning of the Muslim era and the birth of a new religion, civilisation, empire and calendar.
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