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.
Chris hits the road to Potoroo Palace in New South Wales, to meet Priscilla, the newest member of his animal family.
For almost 30 years Gardening Australia has provided practical, trustworthy and credible gardening advice to inspire and entertain. Join Costa Georgiadis and the team as they traverse the country unearthing the best gardens.
Chris checks in on Frankie the eight-month-old koala, before we're introduced to sugar gliders Tiny and Tim, who owe their life to Chris.
Chris starts his day with some chill time on the couch watching TV with Edi and Eli, his cute four-week-old baby emus.
Chris has a lot to fit into his last day in the Atherton Tablelands, including his determination to break his own record for the most Boyd's forest dragons found in one search.
David Attenborough narrates the story of the most endangered animal you've never heard of. Pangolins are the world's only scaly mammal, trafficked more than rhinos, elephants and tigers.
Chris heads off to the Atherton Tablelands in far north Queensland to help out a friend in need and babysit some beloved tree kangaroos.
Chris teaches his two-day-old emu chicks how to eat and drink for the first time, while Reuben the kangaroo attempts to steal the limelight.
From a string of seaside villages to Australia's sixth largest city in only 60 years, join Charli Robinson for a nostalgic look at the Gold Coast, its dizzying development and what lies ahead.
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