Legendary train driver Bernie Baker takes five Streamliner locos on a 2500km odyssey across the searing Outback.
The closer it gets the harder it gets as Bernie Baker battles his way home in five streamliner locos pulling 90 old coal wagons.
Josh Byrne puts the finishing touches to his greenhouse project; Costa Georgiadis meets a generous footpath gardener; Jane Edmanson explores some fragrant foliage and Steven Wells visits a garden set up for families in need.
Costa Georgiadis visits a plantsman's garden; Tino Carnevale and Millie Ross try some unusual vegie-growing containers; Josh Byrne shows how a storm drain became a park and Sophie Thomson gives an overview of her garden.
Costa and Jane enjoy a Tamil feast; Tino prepares a garden for a big party; Sophie discovers the botanicals used to make beauty products and we meet guest presenter Steven Wells, who creates healing gardens.
Costa and Sophie look at a project growing a new food crop in Darwin; Millie meets the landscape architect behind a wetland habitat garden; Josh looks at native plants for problem spots; Jerry propagates warm-season herbs.
Costa visits a farm in the middle of Sydney; Jane explores the garden of Dame Nellie Melba; we meet Indigenous author and historian Bruce Pascoe; Millie tackles a challenging courtyard; Tino shares his recipe for soil success.
An Australian first foray into the slow TV movement, this is an immersive journey on Australia's most iconic railway that reveals, in real time, the stunning topographical vistas and dramatic palette changes from Adelaide to Darwin, while unpacking our Indigenous, multicultural and social history in the most surprising way. The train line and subsequent development of central Australia and the growth of Darwin, Alice Springs, and Port Augusta can be attributed to local Indigenous communities' knowledge of surviving the harsh desert, as well as early immigrants, including Europeans, Chinese and the Afghan cameleers the Ghan is named after.
The Gardening Australia team prepare for the new year and summer in the garden. Costa visits a miniature garden, plus herbs to take on holiday, what to plant in January and we revisit the Karen refugee vegetable garden.
In a one-hour special Costa and the Gardening Australia presenters get together to celebrate the festive season, with Christmas lunch at the beautiful Werribee Mansion in Victoria.
Having made their way through Alaskan coastal mountains, Dan Snow and his team now attempt to cross waterways featuring unpredictable weather and turbulent rapids. The journey is made even more treacherous by the fact they will be using a basic wooden boat, built according to original designs from the time of the gold rush. They must then paddle hundreds of miles along the mighty Yukon River to reach Dawson City, gateway to the Klondike.
Actress Rebel Wilson joins Richard Ayoade for a ridiculously overloaded 48 hours in Florence. In a Christmas special that makes only the most token nods to the festive season, Richard and Rebel set out to blitz the Tuscan capital in a mini-break that mixes art, action, food and fun.
Gabriel Gatehouse has been to a refugee camp in Bangladesh to hear from survivors of a massacre in the village of Tula Toli in Myanmar. This film contains harrowing testimony.
Richard Ayoade and actress Sally Phillips head to Stockholm for a fulsome 48 hours in the Swedish capital. Together they scale rooftops, visit the ABBA museum, eat Swedish danish, and stay up late playing on their phones. Despite a shared sufferance of vertigo, Richard and Sally fearlessly try Stockholm's only rooftop tour. Harnessed and helmeted they inch their way around the roof of the former parliament building, scoping the city as they go.
Selective mutism is a condition which deprives some children of the ability to speak at will. Our World hears from parents, and children, about living with the condition.
Richard Ayoade and comedian Joe Lycett head to the mini break mecca of Amsterdam for a 48-hour hurtle through the city's attractions. In just two days the pair power through culture, cardio, canals, cuisine and much more, not all of it beginning with a C.
Richard is joined by comedian Sara Pascoe for a two day test of the mini break merits of Valencia. Together they ruthlessly examine Spain's third largest city, taking in its history, parks, architecture, culture and cuisine, as well as falling under the powerful spell of local cocktail agua de Valencia.
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