Teach students how simple it is to cook by demonstrating the ease of putting together a rustic Italian bruschetta.
Australians changed the way we see the world (literally and figuratively) with forensic lamps, X-ray crystallography and feature films.
This week Richard's turning his attention to the noise, dirt and discomfort that he suffers while on public transport.
As a former colony and island at the edge of Europe, outside influences have always shaped our history, our culture, and our design. Angela and Sandra look at how centuries of migration, invasion and colonisation have resulted in a constant ebb and flow of influence from abroad. We discover a modern take on the Norman Tower House on the campus of Trinity College. We learn how Dutch graphic designers shaped Ireland's visual culture in the 1950s and how the Scandinavian Design Report in 1962 led to the setting up of the influential Kilkenny Design Workshops, bringing a wave of European designers to Ireland to help unlock a uniquely Irish design style. We see how Irish designers and architects embraced these outside influences, and in time went on to influence others as we go inside the award-winning and celebrated Bocconi Institute in Milan, designed by Grafton Architects.
The year 2018 is the 90th anniversary of Victoria's beloved Cruden Farm, a garden that Dame Elisabeth Murdoch nurtured for over 80 years. Paul Bangay and Maggie Beer help make it a special 90th birthday for friends and family.
Barbara and Craig have built two companies from the ground up, so when they decided to embark on their dream home, it wasn't surprising they threw out the rule book and decided to do it their way.
With the help of pun king Tim Vine, Richard braves a hurricane in a wind tunnel to assess the best in gust busting gadgetry.
David and Sarah are in love with Mt Tamborine, the place they were married 22 years ago. They're about to build a long-awaited home away from home there, on lush mountain acreage boasting a rainforest and creek.
The Makers will craft projects for both inside and outside the home. In the Faster Craft, they will transform a plain, blank wall into an inspirational and artistic installation for the home.
Explore the devices and tech designed to enable us to live full sized lives in an overcrowded world.
Mike and Megan, a passionate pair of creatives, are attempting to build a modernist house on a modest footprint. Mike designed the house himself to include only what they need, and only what they use.
If you haven't hired an overpaid, tea-swilling contractor called Dave - home improvement is time-consuming hard graft.
Peter is building an underground eco bunker that's self-sufficient, sleek and completely one of a kind. From the outside it will eventually look like a bush garden, but below ground, a man cave.
Holidays promise so much and deliver so very little. Can gadgets take the stress out of the vacation?
Parenting is bloody hard work - the day starts at the crack of dawn and goes on non-stop with the need to keep your kids clean, dressed, fed, entertained and injury-free. Finally, if you can get them to sleep at a Godly hour, you might be lucky to get an hour to yourself before collapsing in complete exhaustion and doing it all again the following day. There are hundreds of gadgets that claim to help - so could gadgets be the answer to taking the non-stop stress out of child care?
Tabitha and Chris always dreamt of living in the forest. They bought 120 acres of rainforest in Toolangi and are building a farmhouse that will be a sustainable, economical, fireproof and completely off-grid.
Angela and Sandra look back at Irish design, past and present, as they trace the beginnings of the modern Irish design. Long before words like design or brand were ever uttered in Ireland, we had our own unique way of doing and making things; traditional crafts and distinctive buildings told a uniquely Irish story. The first episode in the series features some of Ireland's most accomplished traditional craft makers from Joe Hogan's basket designs to Seamus Gills silverwork, as well as Irish designers whose work has found a global audience, like Orla Kiely, and award-winning architects who talk about their Irish influences as they write the next chapter in Ireland's design story.
Richard Ayoade is continuing his noble quest to find gadgets that can help with the bothersome tasks of everyday life. In the final episode of the series Richard sets out to prove that gadgets can make it possible to lead a full and healthy life without leaving the house. Determined to prove that staying in is where it's at Richard enlists the help of comedian Seann Walsh to check out gadgets that deliver the health benefits of the great outdoors, without the necessity of braving the danger, filth and inconvenience of the world outside.
This program follows each stage of a massive operation in which a 777 is completely taken apart, inspected, and entirely refurbished. It's an incredible surgical procedure that is carried out every 16 years of use and tens of thousands of flight hours so the aircraft can remain at the cutting-edge of technology, comfort and safety.
Ten new makers join Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman in the craft barn to show off their making skills. For their first Faster Craft, they will make a physical representation of themselves as a food item.
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