Amber and Roisin have 10 days to slim down for Amber's graduation day, while Gerry and Leighton go on six-week diet plans to lose weight before Leighton's wedding. Janet and Carol want to slim down for carnival in four months time, while Xand investigates if vitamin drips can affect weight loss.
In 1980 New York, three young men who were all adopted meet each other and find out they're triplets who were separated at birth. But their quest to find out why turns into a bizarre and sinister mystery.
Diagnosed with a rare cancer at 36, Jeremy Spinak wanted to leave a legacy for his children, family, and community so they could understand something of the man he was.
Tracking Australia's response to the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, Jeremy Fernandez brings you the latest figures and advice. Plus, Professor Peter Collignon and Dr Mukesh Haikerwal answer your questions.
Follows a group of Aboriginal men and women in recovery from addiction, who come together to create a large mural for the St Kilda Elsternwick Baptist Church, honouring the Traditional owners of the land - the Boonwurrung people of the Kulin Nation.
Revisit some of the greatest moments of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games.
Shaun finds Australia's drinking future may be different to our booze-soaked past. Not drinking is losing it's stigma. Zero alcohol beers and spirits are booming and the next generation are leading the way.
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.
Stefanie and Jade from Harrow have just 10 days to slim down before the launch of their clothing label. Meanwhile, Matt from Redditch and Robb from the Wirral have only six weeks to battle their bulges before a university reunion. Xand finds out more about other recent trends in the world of dieting. He investigates how willpower affects dieting and how we can train our brains to make healthier food choices.
Daria and Emma have seven days to slim down for a birthday bash, while desperate bridesmaids Emma and Elisa go on six-week dieting plans to fit into their bridesmaids' dresses. To find out how fasting affects body and mind, Xand goes on an extreme 'water only' fast and investigates if so-called 'zero calorie' and 'negative calorie' foods really exist.
Nine ordinary Australians trek into Tibet to make the pilgrimage around Kailash Mountain for Saga Dawa, the holiest day of the Buddhist calendar.
As a cause and consequence of multiple social struggles and evolutions as well as medical progress, the sexual revolution redefined our societies. From New York to Paris, San Francisco and Berlin, discover previously unseen public and private archives with analysis by the most eminent experts.
Australia steps up its response to the growing crisis as clusters continue to spread in aged care, meatworks, healthcare workers, schools and restaurants. Hosted by Jeremy Fernandez with Marion Kainer and Norman Swan.
This once-in-a-lifetime special event features newly filmed interviews with the people who made that landmark night so special, including Nikki Webster, Human Nature, Cathy Freeman and more.
Shaun Micallef explores what Australia's relationship with alcohol looks like today, from retirees who like to party to busy book-club mums. Plus Shaun has his first drink since university days, and his first hangover.
We have witnessed Bondi's Lifeguards deal with an incredible range of experiences. Part two of the Best Of, revisits some of the most enthralling and much-loved stories from the past eight years.
Australian painter Justin O'Brien (1917-1996) is one of few painters in the Vatican collection. This exploration provides insights into an artist whose faith governed his approach to making art.
The never-before-told story of Suzanne Mitchell, the fiercely loyal den mother of the original Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders. Seen by many as regressive and exploitative, this diverse sisterhood of small-town 'girls next door' became a controversial pop culture phenomenon at the height of the Sexual Revolution, changing the game of football, and America, forever.
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