A fascinating insight into Australian home life as three frazzled, stressed-out families attempt to improve their work/life balance by participating in 'The Nest' experiment. We've always liked to think of ourselves as a nation of relaxed, carefree individuals who aren't inclined to let work get in the way of a good time. But does the popular image match the reality? Or is there a more confronting truth? That we've turned into a country of stressed-out workaholics, more interested in making a living than having a life.
A reader recites Blake's The Tyger and critics discuss the composition and significance of the poem.
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In the Logie- and Atom Award-nominated Two Men And A Baby, audiences were introduced to Tony and Lee, a committed gay couple who wanted to have a family. Two Men And Two Babies takes audiences back into the lives of Tony and Lee, one of Australia's first gay male couples to take the controversial step of creating a family through commercial surrogacy.
Veterinarian Ben Cunneen and vet nurse Natalie Beohm were good friends through their work at the Redlands Veterinary Clinic, near Brisbane. Last year, they ended up in adjoining hospital rooms - the latest victims of the deadly and mysterious Hendra horse virus. The virus, which was discovered in a Brisbane suburb only 15 years ago, is one of the most virulent on the planet - with a 50 percent death rate.
This is an introduction to a television series which summarises the nature of the war. 2 minutes long.
Melvyn Bragg discusses the way Australian English has evolved, from the First Fleet to Elizabeth II's first visit, influenced by criminal slang and Aboriginal terms along the way.
In Australia, English was coloured by a few of the local Aboriginal words - kangaroo, koala, boomerang, barramundi, woomera and
This episode deals with the issues of bravery, friendship and family duty. Seven young people tell their own story in their own way about how they survived a time when they needed to make some very tough choices in the face of adversity.
This program is the result of a series of community projects run by Big Hart, a non-profit organisation. From 1998 to 2004 over 500 young people were asked to tell stories about when they felt 'not at home'. Stories of Love deals with the issues of parental love, drug use, gaol and grief.
An empire that started as a few small principalities was shaped into an indomitable world power by the sheer force of its larger than life rulers.
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An eye-opening educational reality series that takes Australian families and predicts their children's future health. Today it's the Peafu family.
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