Hear the harrowing first-hand story of how a crew of oil rig workers escaped a massive fire that killed 11 of their co-workers in the Gulf of Mexico.
Michael visits the 100-year-old Greek community in Darwin, a group wiped out by economic ruin and devastating natural disasters in their home towns. He looks at how they rebuilt and became stronger in a new city that soon formed a part of their identity.
Follows the Purple Spider Dance troupe as they perform at a prestigious festival in England. The experience will strengthen their connection and belief in their culture. Alternative title: From the Torres to the Thames.
In a remote jungle, five expert engineers are stranded in a simulated crash site caused by a flash flood and must salvage parts from the wrecked vehicles to build a boat.
Across six months in 2016, Sydney was hit by extreme and unexpected weather. These are the stories of those who witnessed these events and the science behind what caused it.
In this episode, Kevin, Michelle and Damion explore five homes that excel in craftsmanship and use of materials before Kevin reveals the overall winner of the RIBA House of the Year award 2019.
From 2011 to 2013, parts of Queensland were slammed by ferocious floods. Now, through footage from those who were there and scientists tracking these storms, the devastation is revealed.
Almost two decades after the close of the 20th century, which ten events will stay in our minds and hearts as those that definitively marked history? Martin Luther King Jr's "I Have a Dream" Speech influenced civil rights laws, apartheid ended in South Africa, a bomb was dropped in Hiroshima, and man landed on the moon. Politics, wars, assassinations and inventions come into our final episode as we count down the top 10 events that changed our century, our world, and our way of life.
Globalisation, technology and the spread of economic power from west to east have profoundly changed the world of money.
From the Wright brothers who launched a plane into flight for the first time, to a country that launched a rocket called Sputnik into space for the first time, the 20th century showed our rapid advance in technological feats. In Episode Seven we countdown from 23 to 11 events that include a new vaccination for the polio epidemic, a leap in human rights with a new Declaration, and the invasion of Poland that started a world war.
This documentary follows the lives of eight drivers over six months using in-car cameras and tracking technology to monitor the often hidden behaviour of distracted drivers. Producers gathered, observed and examined weekly data from the subjects to gain a fresh picture of the many activities drawing drivers' attention off of the task of driving. In addition, experts from MIT, Cambridge Mobile Telematics, Safety Track and the University of Connecticut provided monitoring equipment, data storage and expert analysis. This program gives audiences a first-hand look at emerging technologies that could one day offer solutions to rising crash statistics, featuring research being done at Google on next-generation in-car infotainment systems, and a Swedish-based company developing technology that could one day allow cars to understand our feelings and make driving decisions based on our own individual needs.
This is the inside story of the multi-agency operation that brought down the most vicious drug cartel in the world and its leader - Pablo Escobar.
Kat Stewart's stable and loving upbringing instilled in her a strong sense of ethics, and it's with this belief that she goes on her ancestral journey, seeking characters who were both principled and just a little bit colourful. She'll soon discover a strong Irish woman who experienced her fair share of tragedy, and an Englishman who had a pioneering role during a contentious time in colonial Australia.
At WA's first Indigenous-run police station in Warakurna, two Noongar officers learn Yarnangu Lore and culture and master the local Ngaanyatjarra language to police in a more meaningful way.
Come and join Joziah as he gives us the tour of the place that's special to him - his local Aboriginal gathering place!
Over the last few decades, technology has radically changed the way we live. But the way we drive hasn't really changed at all. Dr Lara Dungan looks at how electric cars can improve the future of our planet.
From July to early September 1940, both sides were finding their feet. The Germans tried to bomb British naval shipping with limited success but then made a mistake that ultimately lost them the war.
Five experienced engineers must build a vehicle from wreckage and make their escape from a deep canyon in a remote mountainous region.
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