Pria takes us to Melbourne, arguably the food centre of Australia, where he meets the people, samples the food they cook and discovers likes and dislikes in the Australian culinary stakes.
A refreshing series about something we've all thought about at one point in our lives - "if only" we'd done or said something else, then perhaps things would have turned out differently.
This week on Talking Heads Peter Thompson's guest is showbiz legend Harry M. Miller. Miller is the entrepreneur who introduced Australia to the phenomenon of rock opera with Hair, Jesus Christ Superstar and the Rocky Horror Picture Show. He originally launched his career in Sydney in the early 60s.
This documentary features players from two of the world's best gay rugby teams; sentimental favourites, San Francisco Fog and feisty upstarts, Sydney Convicts, as they prepare to compete for the 2006 Bingham Cup, in New York City.
Twenty children discover what life would be like if they all lived together without parents for a fortnight. The boys and girls set up home in two different camps and face their biggest test learning to live with the opposite sex.
In cash-obsessed St Petersburg, how can today's Russian woman be sure she'll snag herself a millionaire? By enrolling in a training school for modern-day gold diggers, of course. Vixen Academy: How to be a Bitch follows students learning the tricks and ruthless ploys they'll need to catch and keep wealthy prey. Their instructor's unorthodox methods and the students' enthusiasm for the curriculum form a shocking window into a new breed of emancipated women.
Becoming Muhammad Ali is the story of Cassius Clay, the charismatic black boxer from Kentucky, who defied personal and political restraints of the time, to emerge a global hero. Clay endured years of legal segregation in restaurants, rest rooms, stores and hotels - something which continued even after winning a Gold medal at the 1960 Olympics in Rome.
There was this mystical thing, many years ago, called playtime. Children did it. They played with cardboard boxes that transported them to the jungle, fell out of trees and wore plaster casts for other kids to write their names on. Today the modern parent carts the kids from activity to activity with the co-ordinated skill of a cab driver. But this is no cheery cabbie. This is a helpless parent determined to do everything between school and bedtime to keep their kids from the TV and computer games. With every other parent doing everything available, you've got to keep up.
Pria ponders the sometimes ephemeral nature of friendships and relationships as he visits some of Sydney's prime spots, including a night cruise on the harbour, Centennial Park, the Botanical Gardens and Bondi.
The contestants' heads will spin with the next challenge, which could see some serious clashes. And then, which contestant can strip off in the fastest time?
This series features people from all walks of life telling their personal stories about an event or decision in their past that they now regret.
Success is an attitude. This could almost be the theme of Talking Heads, ABC TV's interview program, hosted by Peter Thompson now in its sixth season. Thompson's guest this week is Janine Shepherd, who is someone who certainly embodies the 'can-do' mindset.
Narrated by Oscar-nominated actress Sophie Okenedo and with footage from China, Russia, Cambodia, Romania, America and Britain, this two-part series investigates the international market in abandoned orphans.
The youngest sailor to circumnavigate the world solo, 21-year-old Jesse Martin, takes five young people on a sailing adventure of a lifetime in search of paradise, but what they discover is far from it.
Focuses on the absurd social pressures parents find themselves facing and caving in to in an ever-increasingly competitive world. Don't dare to be anything less than perfect. Other parents read and believe that media rubbish you try to shrug off, too. You must have professional level skills at parenting, therapy, paediatrics, and teaching as well as being a product safety inspector.
Pria travels to the Sunshine State to introduce us to some of the more unusual Queenslanders.
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