Two new instalments of ABC TV's highly popular 'Cricket History Series' by acclaimed producer Lincoln Tyner and cricket writer Mike Coward have once again eloquently captured the essence of the era of cricket in Australia during the 1950s and 1960s. Australia entered the 1950s in the post-Bradman era facing many challenges, not the least was how the game of cricket would remain the 'King' of summer sports in Australia following the retirement of the game's greatest drawcard.
Anna Richardson and her team of experts go to schools to challenge taboos, dispel myths and offer no-nonsense advice on a range of subjects - from anatomy lessons and STIs to homosexuality and sex among the elderly and disabled.
In 2007, Stuart O'Grady became the first Australian cyclist to win the Paris-Roubaix, one of the toughest single-day cycling events in the world. This landmark sporting documentary tells the story of his legendary victory and explores the highs and lows of an event so treacherous, it is known as the hell of the north.
Crowe and his cohort, and co-owner of the "new South Sydney" Peter Holmes a Court, are confident they can restore and reward the faith the bunnies long-suffering fans have put in them.
Amazon and Ebay - the two titans of modern e-commerce are each massively successful and each incredibly different. No two companies define the internet like they do. In astonishing journalistic coup, their founders of the web giants, Jeff Bezos and Pierre Omidyar tell the story of how their business grew form nothing to dominate the global economy and profoundly change the way we live our lives.
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