The cast look at how sex education handles basic biology; from menstruation, to the rules of reproduction, as well as the challenges of masturbation.
A couple dream of a waterfront home with a resort style garden. They also dream of both jobs finishing at the same time. They've green lit work on the garden while the house is still under construction. A good idea, in theory.
Immigration detain a bus load of illegal workers but their organiser is not giving in without a fight. An Aussie is far from happy about having her bag searched and begins to mouth off.
Costa Georgiadis visits a traditional Italian family farm, Millie Ross builds a strawberry tower, Sophie Thomson shares tips for seedling care and Clarence Slockee visits a school with gardening on the curriculum.
From the ancient tea tree forests in China to the urban sprawl of Britain, discover the origins of tea and how it has spread to all of the world.
Actor and filmmaker Craig Anderson sets out to make a super-low-budget horror film, but things quickly go off the rails when budget and union issues threaten to shut the production down.
Stewart and Sandra lost their home and garden in the devastating 2009 Black Saturday bushfires. Now it's time to start again with a spectacular new garden designed by one of Australia's most well-known designers, Paul Bangay.
For almost 30 years Gardening Australia has provided practical, trustworthy and credible gardening advice to inspire and entertain. Join Costa Georgiadis and the team as they traverse the country unearthing the best gardens.
Presenter Michael McCoy visits Frank and Mary-Anne D'Aquila from Essendon, Victoria, who are in pursuit of a family garden complete with pool, plants and an entertaining space.
In Border's biggest drug bust, a shipment of narcotics is discovered in the most unlikely of places. Immigration suspect that an Indian man is trying to cross the border on a false French passport. Officers suspect that a Moroccan man may be trying to smuggle in narcotics.
Costa Georgiadis joins a school's celebration of a 30-year commitment to the local landscape, Millie Ross builds a blooming letterbox, Josh Byrne meets a teenage bee keeper and we visit a tulip farm bursting with blooms.
This Australian series begins with a rural Queensland couple's journey to transform a rock hard paddock into an ambitious and extensive kitchen garden so that they can live out their "grow it, eat it, live it" dream.
A woman denies smuggling drugs after being caught carrying 5kg of an illegal contraband which is concealed in boxes of herbal tea. An old-time drug smuggler who claims to be reformed wishes to enter Australia for a holiday but officers remain suspicious. There is a stand-off in biosecurity when a middle eastern man is reluctant to give up his exotic smoking tobacco. Hosted by Grant Bowler.
Millie Ross harnesses the power of a hot compost, Sophie Thomson gets espalier tips from an expert, Jane Edmanson revisits a stunning native garden and we meet a landscape designer with an iconic style.
Todd visits the Mongolian Kazakhs and examines how their bodies have adapted to the brutal conditions of Mongolia and how their existence depends on their alliance with animals.
A bungling drug mule tries every trick to avoid being caught. An elderly gambler's luck runs out when Immigration uncover his ongoing scam. Biosecurity intercept a delivery from Russia which is suspected to be part of the illegal trade in endanger animals.
Clarence Slockee visits a state park managed for its cultural value, Tino Carnevale learns some top care tips for Begonia's, Millie Ross meets a man who crafts his own gardening tools and Sophie Thomson makes seed tape.
The story of the original factory girls who took on the fight for equality at home and at work, with behind-the-scenes footage of the making of the series. Presented by Alex Jones.
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