Shows the transformation of St Paul of Tarsus
After a sign from God, Jennie and her friends decide to enter the upcoming 'Let's Get It On' dance battle with a first prize of $10 000. After initial rehearsals it appears their dance abilities aren't nearly as good as their mathematical prowess, so Jennie hunts around the school for people with 'mega mad dance skills' so they can beat the school skanks: Tracy, Tizzneen and Tessa.
The True Story looks at the real life inspiration behind Bruce Willis adventure thriller Die Hard 4.0.
Gruen Nation - four exra-length, extra-strength, election-oriented specials will premiere on ABC1. Host Wil Anderson will be joined by regulars Todd Sampson and Russel Howcroft, Nation legends Dr John Hewson and Annabel Crabb, and surprise guests!
As Christmas approaches the Unit realise that things are looking a little quiet for the Prime Minister. Media opportunities must be found before the new year.
The miracles of Jesus begin. Here we witness him feeding the crowds in Galilee; bringing a dead man, Lazarus, back to life; his famous entrance into Jerusalem on the back of a donkey and his turn on the money-changers in the temple.
From acclaimed documentary director Tareque Masud comes a moving story of childhood, religion and a family divided. The award-winning story of a young boy's journey along the road to adulthood.
The downfall of Jesus begins as Caiphas convinces Judas to betray the son of God. Aware of this impending betrayal, Jesus hosts the Last Supper with this 12 disciples shortly before being arrested.
The Parable of the Mustard Seed and the Healing of the Paralysed Man
Jesus feeds the 5000
The doctor has told Berenice that she will need a stomach stapling operation costing $10,000, or else her future does not look very..large. After aunty Cassandra's suggestion of selling 'bonsai cats', Jennie encounters her father, Burt (guest-star Brian Mannix), a compulsive gambler, who recommends that Jennie give him all of her savings, saying that he could turn them into $10,000 easily. When that gamble doesn't pay off, Jennie is forced to 'sell herself' in order to sell her bonsai cats at the re-opening of the local roller skating rink.
This remake of Alfred Hitchcock's 1935 version centres on a man on the run from Prussian assassins plotting World War I.
Tells the story of Lena (Danielle Hall), the daughter of an Aboriginal mother and an Irish father and Vaughn (Damien Pitt), a Murri boy who is doing time in a minimum security prison in North West NSW. Dramatic events throw them together and with no money or transport, they find themselves relying on each other in order to achieve their personal journeys.
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