There are some people who never seem to worry about what they eat, never diet or do any special exercise, and yet somehow manage to stay slim. Who are these people and how do they do it? This experiment follows 37-year-old Yemi and 41-year-old Anne Marie, who both appear to eat what they like and have no set exercise routines, yet they never put on weight. Experts unpick every element of their lifestyle - from what they eat, how much they fidget, to the amount of sleep they get. At a time when one in four people in Britain are obese, and billions of dollars are spent on fad diets, this fascinating documentary uncovers why some people remain slim.
This film follows Muhammad Ali's rise from the Columbia Gym in Louisville, Alabama to international fame, as he transcended his great athletic achievements to become one of the most influential Americans of his time: how this once polarising figure ultimately became a beloved and honoured national hero. Key events include Ali's stunning Islamic conversion and name change, his dramatic stand against the Vietnam-era draft, his three-year exile from the ring, his legendary comeback fights, his battle with Parkinson's disease, and his inspirational re-emergence on the world stage at the Atlanta Olympics. Among those interviewed are Ali's daughters Laila and Maryum Ali, NFL great Jim Brown, boxing champion Sugar Ray Leonard, rappers and actors LL Cool J and Common, boxing promoter Bob Arum, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member Lloyd Price, and biographer Thomas Hauser.
It's the re-match of the century as Rocky Balboa takes on Apollo Creed in this powerful follow-up to one of the most acclaimed movies in film history. After club fighter Rocky Balboa goes the distance with the world heavyweight champion, boxing fans clamour for a rematch. But Rocky, having sustained massive injuries in the bout, announces his retirement. Though he tries to make a new life for himself, Rocky realises that he can't escape his true calling. The ring beckons once more, and the 'Italian Stallion' must prepare for the fight of his life.
This episode celebrates human global diversity and illustrates the vastly different concepts of fashion and beauty that have traditionally existed throughout the world.
Ambulance officers Helen and Julie do their best to help a homeless teenager and, later on, a suicidal woman. Staff in the control room must decide if the latest patient report is a hoax or not.
The Redtails, an inspiring rep team that seeks to achieve social engagement via health and education programs for Aboriginal footballers, take on the Darwin All Stars in the Heart of the Nation clash.
There has been a nasty car accident and a young driver requires a life-saving procedure by the roadside which can only be done by a doctor, and the control room is in full-swing with another busy shift.
Features internationally renowned surf photographer Russell Ord, who has built a reputation for capturing incredible images of surfers on massive waves. Russell is a man on a quest: seeking one perfect shot.
With sharks in the water, thieves on land, broken bones, overdoses, fights and mass rescues, the lifeguards of Bondi Beach have their hands full watching over the millions of tourists and locals who flock to the area each year.
A patient is discovered to be having a massive heart attack after she called in about pain in her stomach. A dispatcher receives a call from a woman has gone into labour in a car on the side of a road.
On a busy Friday night, the crew is already on its third cardiac arrest and a fourth stabbing victim. But it is an elderly man without medication and an alcoholic refusing attention that take up the most time.
Imagine having no doctors or hospitals near you? Don't worry, the Royal Flying Doctor Service is there to help and has been for the past 90 years.
HIV/AIDS has claimed around 35 million lives worldwide. But now, as Dr Chris van Tulleken reveals, cutting-edge science can keep the virus at bay or even prevent infection altogether.
A woman has to be coached over the phone to do CPR in an attempt to rescue her husband. Meanwhile, in just two shifts, the staff of the West Midlands Service will face life, death and resurrection.
A one-off exclusive documentary following acclaimed musician and actor Stan Walker as he opens up about the discovery of stomach cancer, and the removal of his stomach, over the past nine months.
Emilie and Harriet have two weeks to slim down for their boudoir photo shoot, cousins Natasha and Chiquita go on six-week dieting plans to lose weight before Natasha's wedding, and brothers Gary and Wayne want to slim down for a darts competition in four months' time. Xand also investigates how exposure to extreme temperatures can affect weight loss and finds out if chewing for longer can make us eat fewer calories.
Is it picky eating, or a food disorder? Some children who appear to be fussy eaters actually have an eating disorder which makes them fearful of eating. Those who suffer from avoidant restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID), a newly categorised eating disorder, find the very sight of food makes them feel sick, and this program explores this eating disorder. This is an intimate, inside look at the daily lives of very selective eaters and ARFID sufferers. It touches on subjects that affect everyone: our perceptions of taste, our parenting skills, and how phobias and dislikes are formed.
Olly Alexander explores why the gay community is more vulnerable to mental health issues, as he opens up about his own long-term battles with depression. As the outspoken frontman of British band Years and Years, Olly is a powerful voice on mental health, and bullying. He has broken taboos with music videos that celebrate queer identities and spoken openly about his own sexuality as well as his ongoing struggles with anxiety. In the film Olly joins young people on their journeys battling issues that parallel his own - from homophobic bullying to eating and anxiety disorders - and along the way he asks what can be done to address them.
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