In the final episode of this series, Barry is back in the kitchen and paying homage to a unique cuisine, by adding his own imaginative twist to some of his favourite Syrian dishes.
Kevin McCloud revisits retired couple Denys and Marjorie Randolph, who decided to embark on their final building project, a brand new green oak barn-style house in Oxford. Moving house has been a hobby for Denys and Marjorie and now, after ten years in their current house, they've decided to move again. For this project they've hired an architect who specialises in designing and building oak-frame houses.
The second episode reveals how one designer, with no formal fashion training, has managed to take on the international fashion set within three short years of launching her label. From Sydney to New York, we follow designer Kit Willow's meteoric rise as she is one of only 6 designers worldwide who is invited to show her designs on the world-stage of New York Fashion Week.
What can cultural celebrations tell us about the people of the world? In the three-part food series Feasts, food writer Stefan Gates travels to Japan, India and Mexico to discover these countries' most important religious and cultural food extravaganzas and joins in the extraordinarily lavish affairs that sometimes last for days at a time.
Poh's on the road in West Australia thanks to an invitation from one-time TV chef and long-time good food lover, Ian Parmenter. These days Ian's backyard is WA's wonderful food mecca, Margaret River, and he delights in showing Poh the region.
Hosted by James O'Loghlin, The New Inventors showcases the brightest minds from across Australia as they reveal the ingenious solutions to our biggest problems. Deciding the winner of these three inventions are: designer and inventor Sally Dominguez, agricultural scientist Chris Russell, and inventor and journalist Christine Kininmonth.
Hosted by artist and architect Ptolemy Dean this series looks at a range of houses from ancient to modern.
Rick Stein embarks on an epic culinary journey by sea, down rivers and overland through jungle and mountain tracks to explore the Far East's most diverse food cultures. During the series, Rick shares his new-found knowledge, recreates the tantalising food of his travels and captures on the plate the rich and varying cultures of the Far East. It features new recipes to make your mouth water and breathtaking on-location photography evoking the magic of bustling markets, exotic locations and exciting flavours.
Nigella Lawson is cooking up a delicious bite-sized feast that is perfect to share with a crowd. This is an exotic feast to linger over.
Oliver Peyton is a UK-based, Irish restaurateur and art connoisseur. In this series he follows the cultural trail throughout Europe and the US of landmark works of art which have food as a central motif.
When Kevin McCloud met Anne and Richard Curtis in 2000, they were about to embark on the ambitious task of converting a disused electricity substation in Sunderland in north-east England into a Moroccan-inspired family home. Anne, a local council arts administrator, and Richard, a policeman, are rebuilding, furnishing and redecorating their house from scratch. It's a project that requires a lot of passion and energy.
A new four-part 'behind-the-scenes' series on four Australian fashion designers and just what it takes to make it in the often fickle world of fashion.
Guy Grossi discovers a huge family vegetable and herb garden in Melbourne's suburbs which provides meals and even the wine to drink with it. Maeve finds prosciutto in Adelaide, and is cooked pasta and beans by Armando Percuoco, from Buon Ricordo restaurant, in his country estate.
There are hundreds of traditional farmhouse cheeses made in Spain but until recently most were not well known internationally. Will Studd travels to the land of Don Quixote to see why all that is changing.
As the warmer days draw to a close, it's the perfect time for a barbecue and Poh's been invited to Neil Perry's home in Sydney, to cook up a feast to share with his family.
Featuring new ideas on how to avoid vandalism, theft and weather when storing bicycles; rescue organisations can locate and save people lost at sea; take the pain out of jackhammers.
A series looking at important medieval buildings in Europe.
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