Aaron Davis is a proud Indigenous policeman: proud of the community in which he works, and very proud of his daughter Robyn and his three-year-old granddaughter Donna. It's early morning, and Aaron does his usual boxing training with local kids, and the only thing to mar the day is that he is being taunted by young troublemaker Lenny.
The Associated Press, the world's largest news picture agency, sends out around 1 million news pictures a year that let over 3 billion readers see what is happening in the world around them. This documentary shows what it takes to capture those photos as it goes behind the scenes with 12 top AP photojournalists as they cover war, political clashes, financial markets, natural disasters, sports and human interest stories.
This final episode celebrates the characters who defied comic stereotypes and societal expectations to reflect America's diverse personalities.
From its beginnings with Star Wars and Jaws, the blockbuster genre has been an inescapable part of the modern cinema experience. Journalist Anne Feinsilber goes to Los Angeles and meets up with studio heads, scriptwriters, actor's agents and marketing men to discover what makes a successful blockbuster.
It's time to once again recognise the best in Australian journalism at the 57th annual Walkley Awards. Leading journalists from around Australia will gather at Parliament House in Canberra for a special 'Capital Edition' of the Awards. The Awards will showcase the strength and diversity of journalism in Australia. They'll look back at 2012's biggest stories, and the hard work it took to bring them to light in a year of significant change for the Australian media industry.
Today's episode sees Brandon so excited by his alien energy that he starts to recharge - way too often - and can't help but radiate energy out into The Diner.
Indigo is a professional boxer, so he knows how to land the perfect punch; find the sweet spot. It's why he's good in the ring, and it's why he's just served a six-year sentence for killing a man in a street fight.
This star-studded series presents some of the most compelling shows on television today, as well as those of the past, by focusing on key character archetypes that have remained a staple of primetime television through the generations. This episode reveals how women have transformed from model housewives to complex, and sometimes controversial, characters.
Homer locates his long lost half brother Herb and discovers that he is rich.
In a re-organisation of government administration, Jim Hacker has the task of reducing local government bureaucracy.
Amber's life is turned completely upside down when Zoey and Kiki, two irrepressible alien teen girls become stranded in her hometown of Lightning Point.
Jim Hacker MP decides there should be more women occupying top jobs in the Civil Service. Eyebrows are raised, particularly those of Sir Humphrey Appleby.
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