John Henry hopes to turn doughnut makers Todd and Eric from Cuzin's Duzin into successful businessmen.
Host John Henry follows entrepreneurs struggling to take their dreams to the next level. He helps them identify and face the obstacles holding them back in order to grow their businesses. John Henry works with Ashley from Trade Street Jams to turn her small, artisanal jam business into a profitable company with enough revenue to allow her to quit her day job.
Pip Courtney hosts Australia's leading regional and rural program covering farming, weather, food, innovation, mining, fisheries, agribusiness, commodity prices, and issues affecting regional communities.
The challenges of farming beside the Great Barrier Reef. Australia's grain-belt rebounding from drought. Concern over a deep space project on farming land. Finding fun in the bush when coronavirus COVID-19 cancels events.
How barley growers have fared after huge tariff imposed by China. A whole apple in a bottle. The country's biggest free-range meat-chicken farm embracing solar. Sharing the mysteries of the deep online.
Workers from Vanuatu pick the Northern Territory's mangoes. The golden harvest of a new wheat variety. An uncertain future for sugar mill. Botany Bay's Indigenous rangers. A country music star turns gold miner.
Getting a foothold in the NT's cattle industry. The bright future for jumps horses after racing. A sustainable seafood enterprise in Arnhem Land. Sixty years of crop-saving information for temperate fruit growers.
Farming mussels in Jervis Bay's new aquaculture precinct. The battle to eradicate fire ants. Solutions to drought on the Nullarbor Plain. Creating new habitat for displaced koalas and other native animals.
Elysse Morgan brings you in-depth budget coverage, reaction from the business community and what it means for Australians. Elysse speaks to finance minister Mathias Cormann, Nicki Hutley, Romilly Madew and Peter Coleman.
Strawberry ice-creams and herb bouquets save two farms from adversity. The town that took in and supported out-of-work backpackers during coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. The cafe owner using aquaponics to grow his own salads.
For the first time, the country's leading business minds and decision makers will hand down their frank advice on real estate, jobs, travel, Super, Job Keeper and more ... live.
A shortage of truckies and drivers creates a harvest crisis in WA. The community funded market hub connecting customers with farmers. Digger the farm dog's very busy day. End of an era for a Queensland milko.
Do Australia's catastrophic bushfires signal a new global fire age? This summer's fire outlook. Victorian poultry farmers battle bird flu outbreak. Farmers on opposite sides of the wind energy debate.
A pollution controversy over dust from Port Hedland's booming iron ore port. Salmon profits halved by the pandemic. The grain grower diversifying into beer. Dedicated volunteers restoring Tasmanian train history.
Canola growers warned to phase out pest-control chemicals. Bold plans for a boutique abattoir in central Queensland. Labour shortage creates picking problems for horticulture. The unique one-person mill.
A business show designed for people interested in the latest news, issues, and insights that shape the world of small business in these unprecedented times.
Woolgrowers scramble to assemble shearing teams due to border closures. Homemade soft drinks bubbling in popularity. Australia's underappreciated native mushrooms. How Israeli farmers are coping with coronavirus COVID-19.
One man's project to catalogue all the world's edible plants is helping to fight child starvation. A growing number of women taking up the trade of butchering. The 70 year old shearer still a gun on the boards.
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