Adam deflates the notions of fine art, from cultural obsessions with the Mona Lisa to the idea that all art heroes were originals. Also, Adam shows how fine art markets are fixed to reach big ticket prices.
Adam goes on a date, but not without unmasking the truth behind online dating websites and their compatibility claims, disproving the alpha male myth, and revealing the dangers behind the ubiquitous Meyers-Briggs Test.
Alex Gibney turns his gaze to Scientology in this provocative documentary based on the book by Pulitzer Prize winner Lawrence Wright - a tale of ego, exploitation and lust for power. Gibney profiles eight former members of the Church of Scientology, whose most prominent adherents include A-list Hollywood celebrities, shining a light on how the church cultivates true believers, including their experiences and what they are willing to do in the name of religion. Fearless and fascinating, this latest cinematic opus is a powerful exploration of the psychological impact of blind faith: what Lawrence Wright calls the prison of belief.
Adam drops by to explain why our hospital visits rack up huge bills and why antibiotics won't solve all our medical problems. Also, we learn about the truth behind mammograms.
Sandra is a young woman assisted by her husband, who has only one weekend to convince her colleagues to give up their much-needed bonuses so that she can keep her job.
From the sugar industry to how we count calories, host Adam Conover lampoons how we approach losing weight. Also, Adam shows how the extreme weight loss we see on reality television shows like The Biggest Loser doesn't actually work.
Host and investigative comedian Adam Conover continues his comically inventive yet unrelentingly serious quest to reveal the hidden truths behind everything we know and love. Tackling a range of topics, Adam gives us not just fun facts to share with our friends, but information that will make us see the world in a whole new way.
Mark Humphries tests his skills as a politician in a parody of Australian Ninja Warrior, awkwardly chatting with factory workers and shoppers, pretending to care about sport, backflipping on policy, using political cliches, and avoiding the question in interviews. (Coarse language.)
Did you know that companies spend a lot of money ensuring lids sound appealing when they are opened? Seriously. It's a 'science'.
Most of us walk past homeless people on a daily basis. But how many of us really take a moment to stop and ask who these people are, and what it's really like not to have a place to call home?
Journalist David Farrier stumbles upon a mysterious tickling competition online. As he delves deeper, he comes up against fierce resistance, but that doesn't stop him getting to the bottom of a story stranger than fiction.
You Can't Ask That asks gambling addicts the awkward, inappropriate or uncomfortable questions you've always wanted to know the answers to, but never had the guts to ask.
In this confronting and irreverent episode, we meet people who practise SandM and allow them to put to bed the common perception that there's something wrong with them.
The Feed satirises the editorial process at Sydney's Daily Telegraph tabloid newspaper. Coarse language.
In a satirical Media Sasquatch segment, Shaun Micallef and the "dean of journalism at the University of Coober Pedy" discuss the reporting of department store sale prices during current affairs broadcasts.
Lots of companies claim you can work your own hours while you study - if you host 'product parties' spruiking their wares to your friends. But beware the hidden rip offs young entrepreneurs!
Did you know that in order to be 'rewarded' with a toaster through a Coles loyalty program - you'd need to spend $26,000 on groceries first?
There's so many products out there claiming to relieve cold and flu - but most of them are more about clever marketing than genuine science.
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