Tetsuya's restaurant in Sydney was once again this year named as one of the top 50 restaurants in the world. This new documentary takes an intimate look one of Australia's brightest culinary stars.
Will travels to the misty Vosges Mountains of Alsace, the green undulating countryside of Normandy and the pretty village of Epoisse in Burgundy to look at four benchmark monastic cheeses.
This week on Poh's Kitchen your tastebuds won't know what's hit them - savoury sweets and sweet savouries - Poh is exploring sweet and savoury from two very different perspectives. She's invited French chef Emmanuel Mollois to join her to add some twists to the souffle.
Hosted by James O'Loghlin, The New Inventors tonight will prove that Aussie inventors love sport as much as the rest of us, with three brand new inventions designed to help us along the path to glory in some of Australia's most popular sports.
With two more students sent home, including a very surprised Nebil, and Mike winning a reprieve, the eight remaining students are beginning to feel the pressure.
Davis visits Tilty Barn, a complex of agricultural barns transformed by minimalist architect John Pawson. The U-shaped complex respects the character of the structure and has three wings, two are residential spaces dedicated to the human family members and one is the sleeping quarters of the family horse Klein. The minimalist interior features walls and low partitions in pure white, concrete floors, stone fittings, seamless stainless kitchen bench and many other clean-line designs.
Every day, more than three million people pile onto the biggest metro network in the world - the London Underground - so it's not surprising that it sometimes requires attention. After a five-month overhaul, the Waterloo and City Line is almost ready to re-open; all it needs are the trains. Enter the Monster Moves teams!
Introduces six teenagers in their kitchens where they make their favourite dish. In French.
Beautiful Crete is Greece's largest, and most diverse island; with its own history, folklore and traditions. Chef Barry Vera visits artisans, craftsmen and food lovers, all committed to maintaining a link to their past. From organic beekeeping in the mountains of Western Crete, to cooking traditional pies in the mountains.
Deni Daniel and Doug Ibbs don't muck around. The couple, in their mid-50s bought a 19th century manor house in Creuse, in central France, on a Sunday, having seen it for the first time on the previous Tuesday on the internet and visited it on the Thursday. Thrilled with their new purchase, Deni and Doug sold up in the UK and moved to the sparsely populated area, applied for and were granted planning permission and set about transforming the wreck which had been untouched for 60 years.
The plateau of the Massif Central and Auvergne is famous for its six benchmark AOC French cheeses. Will explores the differences between three semi-hard varieties and visits a disused railway tunnel where cheeses are matured.
Neil Perry is fast becoming a regular in Poh's Kitchen and there are no prizes for guessing why. Poh and Neil love cooking together and Poh is always eager to grab tips from one of Australia's best chefs. As Neil guides Poh through his recipe for taro crusted duck with mandarin caramel sauce he demonstrates that complicated recipes don't have to be intimidating if you break them down into simple steps.
Featuring a method to detect cancer using X-rays of nail clippings or skin; a speedboat for all occasions; an invention to relieve lower back pain.
Our 12 design hopefuls are now down to 10. After the elimination of Lachlan and David the desire to stay in the competition and potentially work for Philippe Starck is high.
If you put all of the cars in the world bumper to bumper, they would circle the Earth about 100 times. Presently, over 95 percent of America's transport system is fuelled by Petroleum and despite concerns about its limited supply and the damage it causes to the environment, Petroleum is still being used it at an accelerating rate. Car of the Future is a light hearted documentary hosted by the wacky brothers Tom and Ray Magliozzi, who consider some of the more serious implications of our reliance on Petroleum. It's not all doom and gloom though, and Car of the Future reveals some of the modern designs and ideas currently being tested by governments, car manufacturers and scientists, who are working towards creating a car which better meets the needs of the future.
Rick Stein presents some delicious Christmas dinner ideas inspired by his Far Eastern odyssey - historically one of the most important regions in the world associated with spices fundamental to our enjoyment of Christmas cake, pudding, mulled wine and mince pies.
Davis visits Drop House, Potters Bar, Hertfordshire and stays overnight with the owners. Looking in sharp contrast to the "historical architectural theme park" neighbourhood, Drop House is a sensible, practical house making the most of modern materials and designs including water and energy conservation features. One of the architects drops in for the first time after the completion of the four-year-old house and explains its distinctive mark.
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