Fire fighters describe how they found the courage to face a wall of flames when fighting the most devastating bush fires to have threatened Sydney and Canberra in recent years. Dramatic news stories remind us of the ferocity of these events.
This documentary looks at the cultural, social and economic impact the Argyle Diamond has had on the in Western Australia regions' traditional owners over the past 25 years of mining.
One of Australia's most mysterious yet famous native animal species, the Tasmanian Devil, is at the door of demise. They are suffering from a contagious cancer called Devil Facial Tumour Disease. Can we afford to lose our devils?
As humans are pushing the limits of physical capability, our best athletes remain our wildest. From the energy saving hop of the kangaroo to the cross country migration of birds, discover how and why animals move the way they do.
Once part of the ancient continent Gondwana, Tasmania has been separated fro Australia's mainland for tens of thousands of years. Yet remnants of this ancient past still remain in Tasmania.
Explore some of the great wilderness areas in Australia's Northern Territory - The Top End. From Kakudu, Katherine Gorge and Litchfield National Park we visit some of our country's unique natural wonders, remarkable wildlife and ancient cultural heritage.
Join presenter Natalie Hunter on a breathtaking journey of Australia's Lord Howe Island. She discovers the amazing history, unique wildlife and enjoys the spectacular landscapes. She also uncovers the dedication of those who live there to preserve the island.
This documentary looks at pearling around the area of Broome. Delve into the industry's history, its characters, its affects on the region and its future.
The hunt is on to find the earth's largest cache of weapons - arms so powerful they can kill in a matter of seconds. These weapons are already widespread throughout every part of the country and can be used without warning at anytime.
A group of researchers in northern Queensland are studying one of Australia's most bizarre and seldom seen creatures. They are one of nature's great oddities, the Tree Kangaroo.
Every year a brave group of expeditioners, scientists, tradesmen and wildlife researchers venture south to work in Antarctica. These people are specially chosen to deal with the hardship, extreme conditions and isolation from their families.
The Snowy Mountains region holds an important place in Australia's history. It's a place full of stories and legends. Ranger Stacey takes an historical and interactive journey through Australia's high country, following in the footsteps of those that went before.
From Sydney Harbour to the Australian desert and Northern rainforests, iconic Australian landscapes are infused with Aboriginal history and culture. Representatives from these regions tell us of their connection with the past and approach to the future.
Dr Rob Bell investigates several businesses that have implemented changes for a more sustainable existence.
This inspirational documentary follows the journey of various women and girls, who, through access to life-changing opportunities, are starting to bring about positive changes to their lives.
We examine how the necessity for water has driven ancient man from one of the first known settlements. Also experience first hand around the convergence of Australia's two most famous rivers - the mighty Murray and the Darling.
Getting around Australia's wide expanse has posed big challenges throughout history. This documentary looks at the development of the West on horseback, the Cobb and Co coaches and our national airlines.
For three decades now Trevor Long has not only dedicated himself to helping our marine creatures, but also to helping us understand and appreciate them. In his role as Director of Marine Sciences at Sea World he has been the driving force in the research, conservation and protection of marine creatures in Australia.
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