Explore the impacts of anxiety and question the relationship between mental illness and social media. Find out how anxiety has taken over the world affecting many individuals.
Discover the links between gut health and chronic illnesses, and how to prevent them, with a panel of experts led by Michael Mosley.
Michael Mosley teams up with Olympic athletes to test which types of exercise give you the strongest bones. Geneticist Dr Giles Yeo investigates how to stay healthy if your body clock is out of sync with your work day. GP Dr Zoe Williams looks into which health advice on the internet you can trust. Surgeon Gabriel Weston carries out an experiment to discover if cleaning our homes with antibacterial products could be responsible for the rise in allergies and asthma.
Michael Mosley runs an experiment to test whether beetroot and leafy greens can give your body and brain a boost. GP Dr Zoe Williams investigates the new generation flu vaccine and gives advice on which health apps for your phone can be trusted. Surgeon Gabriel Weston discovers a new treatment that promises to improve the mobility of stroke survivors. Psychiatrist Dr Alain Gregoire reveals how to spot generalised anxiety disorder and what you can do about it.
Childcare expert Laura Amies takes on the tears and the tantrums as she teaches toddlers how to listen, have self-control, obedience and good manners.
Nine years ago, an eclectic troupe of drag queens rescued North Ipswich Bowls Club from financial ruin, thanks largely to the spectacular success of the monthly drag show Taboo. This charming, inspiring story centres on three drag queens - Crystal Heart, wanda dparke, and 12-year-old Candy Featherbottom - who are now having to save themselves, their careers and their dreams.
Vice gets on the field and into the ring through a series of compelling stories at the fringe of culture and politics, across a range of places and people through the one lens that connects them all: sport. Bukom is a town too small for a map. But somehow, this tiny, slum village on the coast of Ghana has produced more world champion boxers per capita than anywhere else in the world.
The dramatic story of how Cuban brothers Livan and Orlando 'El Duque' Hernandez escaped their native Cuba for baseball glory in the US, and the circumstances that reunited them years later.
Stuttering affects one in 100 Australians. Most of us don't think twice about asking someone for directions or ordering a meal, but what if the words just won't come out? This documentary follows four brave Australian stutterers, the youngest aged just 12 and the oldest 64, on a once-in-a-lifetime, make-or-break journey to find their voice. Over four confronting, intensive and emotionally charged days, they will be pushed to breaking point. Will they succeed? And how could it transform their lives?
Could crash diets be the future of weight loss? This bold documentary tackles the obesity crisis head on, as scientists test a radical diet based on new research that could transform the way we lose weight forever.
Alcohol: no substance on the planet is so familiar to us and so unbelievably varied in its effects. It is readily available, and despite its psychoactive, adverse health effects, hardly anyone calls it a drug. But how is it that we can turn a blind eye to the 3 million alcohol-related deaths that happen each year? Director Andreas Pichler visits several countries, searching for answers concerning what makes us drink, what alcohol does to us, and to what extent the powerful alcohol industry and its lobbyists influence politics and society. He also presents us with ways we can turn the tide.
The seven remaining recruits compete against each other in the most demanding final phase that the course instructors have ever designed.
The recruits are captured and intensely interrogated in an extreme test of mental resilience, trust and moral judgement.
The recruits race each other across sand dunes in the Sahara and must cross a valley at night while avoiding hunter teams who are tracking them with dogs.
Learn what a rip is, how to spot one and what to do if you get caught in a rip whilst swimming at the beach.
A poetic, experimental documentary which voices the experiences of various mental health advocates who have lived experience of mental illness and the Australian mental health system.
A poetic, performative, experimental documentary that gives voice to people with lived experience of mental health issues. Gratus explores how practising gratitude can have a positive impact on mental health and assist in the journey of recovery after experiencing a complex mental health issue.
The remaining recruits must abseil 200 feet off a dam and climb a mountain in blistering heat. Do any of them have what it takes to turn adversity into strength?
The recruits face a series of extreme, high-pressure tasks, including jumping from a moving helicopter into a lake and crawling across a vast canyon on a tightrope.
Recruits face intense interrogation before they attempt the final phase of the course, a series of brutal physical tasks called The Sickener, designed to push them over the edge.
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