Chef Ramsay travels to the remote corners of New Zealand's South Island on an adventure to discover the secrets of Maori cuisine.
In this episode, over-confident five-year-olds Lumi and Kacy get everyone worried sick when they disappear from the centre for almost a week.
Clarence Slockee visits a state park managed for its cultural value, Tino Carnevale learns some top care tips for Begonia's, Millie Ross meets a man who crafts his own gardening tools and Sophie Thomson makes seed tape.
Gelison arrived at Sepilok at just one year old, and was traumatised from losing his mother. While settling in better, his skiving antics and bully-boy tactics are pushing limits.
It's a family crisis when the team discover regular visitor, Ann, is pregnant. This should be great news, but Ann's foster daughter, Mui Mui, is distraught.
Baby Peanut, is at last starting to shine, but is then struck down with potentially deadly malaria, will he pull through?
Three-year-old orphan, Bidu Bidu, makes a pal on his first day at Forest School.
Tiny baby orphan, Peanut, has made it through quarantine, but his reluctance to learn to climb could be a big problem.
Jerry Coleby-Williams explores plants with taste for metal, Jane Edmanson visits a garden celebrating Victoria's flora, Costa Georgiadis explores carnivorous plants and Sophie Thomson visits a botanist's dog-friendly garden.
Meet a man who gets drunk without touching even a single drop of alcohol thanks to his strange metabolism. Also featuring a look at some chart-topping molecular music.
High in Peru's Sacred Valley of the Incas, chef Ramsay is a man on a mission, travelling by motorbike to unlock the secrets of high-altitude cuisine.
Revealing the secrets of a suspiciously fishy oil slick, the mysterious cause of a lemming's extreme anger, and how one man can see using his ears.
Revealing the secrets behind the world's weirdest events from a bird killing solar death ray to a monkey that's learnt first aid.
Tino Carnevale goes behind the scenes at The Patch, Jane Edmanson visits a couple's iconic greenhouse, Josh Byrne meets an Australian horticultural legend and we meet two inspirational floral designers.
The large southern islands, Shikoku, Kyushu and Okinawa, with their relaxed atmosphere, are the cradle of Japanese spirituality. Journey between sea and sky to discover the mystical, wild islands of the south.
At the foot of Mount Fuji, it is the largest and the most populated of the archipelago. Hurt by earthquakes and wars, it is the domain of the capital Tokyo and the ancient imperial city of Kyoto.
Chris provides a health check on sugar gliders, Tiny and Tim, then it's time to hit the road where he witnesses first-hand koalas eating themselves out of home in the wild.
Hokkaido, one of the four large islands making up the archipelago, is a vast natural paradise. This journey over the four seasons of the year tells the unique story of people who live at one with nature.
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