Featuring new ideas on how to provide telecommunications systems where phone infrastructure has been destroyed; secure knots for tying hooks and lures to fishing lines; measure a patient's joint angles to assess their injury.
It's impossible to ignore the fact that Australia is in the middle of a severe water crisis. So this week, The New Inventors will dive into the world of water-saving to look at how Australian inventors are taking action to conserve this precious resource. We also re-visit previous water-saving inventions to see where they have ended up. Plus, we'll expose "The Water Diaries" kept by host James O'Loghlin and the panel to find out who is the most conservative when it comes to water usage.
New inventors talk to a man who is completely self sufficient
Cheryl Robson and Alex Reay decided to get out of the rat race and move from London to country Hampshire to lovingly restore a medieval thatched cottage into their dream home. But just before their first child was due the house burnt down and Cheryl and Alex lost everything. Amazingly they decided to rebuild and start all over again.
BBC Journalist and native Iranian Sadeq Saba takes a personal journey around his country, exploring four of its regions, from Gilan in the north, to the Persian Gulf in the south. In a country suspicious of outside media, this is a rare opportunity to meet ordinary Iranians going about their daily lives and in each region the affable Sadeq finds an extraordinary variety of food as well as culture and history.
Tonight, Heston makes a fairytale meal featuring a Cinderella pumpkin, a stuffed boar's head inspired by Snow White, and an edible Hansel and Gretel house for pudding.
Will meets Willi Lehner to see how he ripens cheese in an underground cave. He then heads to Hidden Springs Creamery, where a new organic ewe's milk cheese is being made with the help of local Amish farmers.
This week Poh has a Russian theme happening in her kitchen. During these colder months of the year, she is a sucker for a good winter soup and dumplings and is making her version of Pirozhki and Borscht. Poh's Pirozhki are baked and filled with a sensational filling of cabbage, mushroom, carrot, chicken and pork mince.
Featuring new ideas on easy storage and retrieval of row boats; eliminating noise and enhancing flexibility when towing a caravan; fitness equipment which can be used by anyone.
In this final episode Stefan travels to China, to find out how the rapid pace of modernisation is changing the way people eat. He spends a day working at the Kung Fu fast food joint and samples the delights of a Beijing penis restaurant. He also attempts to shake off his Communist party minders to talk to one of Chinas poverty-stricken farmers.
In tonight's episode Stefan finds some of the fattest people on Earth. In Tonga he discovers an alarmingly large percentage of Tongans are obese - literally eating themselves to death. In Fiji, he tries the local narcotic - cava - and slaughters a piglet for lunch.
In this five-part series, food writer Stefan Gates explores some of the most controversial food issues in the world. In tonight's episode, Stefan visits a farm where over 2,000 dogs are raised for their meat. He also picks up a few recipes from 'Dr Dogmeat' and hears allegations that some dogs are tortured to death. But when it comes to the crunch, will he tuck in?
Into the culinary heart of five very different cultures. 'Tell me what you eat, and I'll tell you who you are'. After all, food is about much more than just nutrition - it's the social glue that holds us together.' Nothing says more about a culture than its food. Full on Food presenter Stefan Gates goes on a culinary tour of five very different cultures.
Renowned chef Heston Blumenthal returns with a second series of Heston's Feasts where he creates six modern day banquets inspired by history. Heston's philosophy is that food should be fun: a delicious, spectacular adventure in which every bite is a surprise to the senses. To Heston, the future of cooking lies in the secret recipes of the past, so he's travelling back in time to explore all manner of culinary worlds.
BBC Journalist and native Iranian Sadeq Saba takes a personal journey around his country, exploring four of its regions, from Gilan in the north, to the Persian Gulf in the south. In a country suspicious of outside media, this is a rare opportunity to meet ordinary Iranians going about their daily lives - shopping, cooking, working and having fun - and in each region the affable Sadeq finds an extraordinary variety of food as well as culture and history.
Will journeys to Italy's picturesque Campania region to look at stretched curd cheeses, and gets a lesson from a Countess in how to make the perfect wood-fired pizza. He then heads to the coast to look at cacao Cavallo.
Have you ever been put off cooking a recipe because it contained a lot of spices? Poh took a while to warm up to the idea of spices but now she loves them. To find out more about the mysterious world of spices Poh has invited Indian chef Ragini Dey back into her kitchen to share some of her amazing knowledge.
Documentary series following people who move large structures for a living. This program features a Victorian villa in Canada, previously due for demolition, which instead embarks on a 220 km journey - an odyssey that takes it along the coast before finally reaching its new site on Vancouver Island.
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