A documentary exploring the causes of the 1929 Wall Street Crash, a financial disaster that we hoped could never happen again.
We have enjoyed the longest economic winning streak in world history, and were the only rich nation to avoid the great global crash of 2008. This series asks the important questions of our time: How did we become the last rich nation standing? Can we make something of this moment, or has it already passed? What must we do to overcome the inevitable future shocks?
How to Be a Billionaire meets some of the world's wealthiest and most successful individuals, finding out about their lives, their lifestyle and their dreams for the future. While the rest of us stare down the barrel of negative equity and vanishing pensions, the world's ultra rich just keep on getting richer.
Live export uncertainty clouds sheep industry outlook; Australia's only pumpkin seed growers; Heart-breaking soldier settlement stories of Indigenous Anzacs; Tension between food producers and vegan activists.
A meat wholesaler who says we should be eating less of it; the craft brewery boom helping regional towns; Talking budget and election with the Deputy Prime Minister; New challenges for the Rural Woman of the Year.
Know the story of the 2019 federal budget with trusted coverage and analysis from our news team. Treasurer Josh Frydenberg lays out the Morrison government's economic plan ahead of the election.
The great crayfish kerfuffle causing what some industry insiders suspect has seen $760 million disappear from the industry overnight; Labor's Murray-Darling Basin Plan election pledge; more lawsuits hit Monsanto's Round Up in the US.
The first new shearing shed built in a South Australian wool district in half a century; Does Brexit mean a bonanza for Australian farmers? New hands helping make bush teddies.
Two years on from the release of the rabbit virus RHDV1-K5; The birth of merino lambs sired 50 years ago; Australian designed gluten-free barley.
Australia's regional and rural television program asks "Is country Australia fed-up with politicians?" and we meet some farming authors exploring life, love and business.
Queensland's destructive floodwaters bring life to the Channel Country; virtual reality helping children learn about agriculture; and a new wave of young farmers following their dreams.
In just a few years, crowdfunding has empowered a whole new generation of artists to create things in a way that's never been seen before. Over a period of three years, the film is following the endeavours of poker card designer Jackson Robinson, hippie Zach Crain, and video game veteran Brain Fargo, all of whom reach out to the crowd in order to change their lives forever.
A special report on the devastating flooding of north-west Qld's cattle country; the changing way of selling livestock; calls to redirect Foreign Aid to farmers; and what's in a name for wine and cheese producers?
Horror and heartache facing flooded beef producers; farmers who moved from Queensland to Tasmania in search of green grass; the wind turbine transformation in western Victoria; and pressure to overhaul WA pastoral leases.
The German adventurer who became the Northern Territory's largest mango grower; Oil Mallee trees paying off for Western Australian farmers; Artist Arthur Boyd's lifelong love of the Australian landscape.
The small community of Menindee is in the grip of an ecological disaster: How much blame should irrigators shoulder? Plus, a tiny fruit with unusual taste-altering properties.
Dan is a 35-year-old computer programmer from Pittsburgh who lives a busy life. Along with balancing work, his marriage, and raising his three boys, Dan spends much of his time actively involved in all things Bitcoin. After discovering Bitcoin in 2011, his love and obsession for the cryptocurrency was born, revealing an uncharted world of new possibilities for him to explore.
Meet Kazi Rahman, a Muslim entrepreneur from the East End of London. Having already conquered the Arabian perfume scene, we spend a year following Kazi from his lock up in Whitechapel as he attempts to launch Britain's first Sharia-friendly airline. However, in today's climate, not everyone is on board.
This program shines a light on the small business owners and innovators playing a vital role in Australia's economic growth.
An absorbing life story of a farm boy who rose from obscurity to become the most influential American innovator of the 20th century. This program offers an incisive look at the birth of the American auto industry with its long history of struggles between labour and management, and a thought-provoking reminder of how Ford's automobile forever changed the way we work, where we live, and our ideas about individuality, freedom, and possibility.
As he traces the rise and fall of the British council estate, Michael Portillo investigates the story of the social housing revolution that has transformed the country.
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