Rosalie Kunoth-Monks is a woman remarkably sure of her place in the world - but it hasn't always been that way. In 1955, the movie Jedda transported her from the Northern Territory desert into celluloid history. In fact, Rosalie's own life reads like a film script - from reluctant child-star to nun, to activist and leader.
Part two of a two-part series that follows mothers as they fall in love with their babies. Mum Sophie undergoes therapy to overcome the physical anxiety she feels when twins Gracie and Mia scream.
Peter Andrews is a farmer and horseman with passion for healing damaged Australian landscapes through a method he calls natural sequence farming. For decades it seemed no one would listen. But, increasingly scientific test results are providing persuasive evidence that the methods can work. And some very high profile supporters are throwing their weight behind Peter Andrews.
Who said you can't teach an old dog new tricks? This series enters the worlds of three iconic adventurers: solo yachtsman Robin Knox-Johnston, polar explorer Ranulph Fiennes, and BBC's newsman John Simpson. In this series each renowned and colourful character takes the other two into their world. Travelling as a team, they'll undertake three challenging expeditions into the hostile environments where each of them won fame and glory.
Peeved by his unsuccessful attempts to solve the cross cultural love riddle, John decides to expose ethnic identity as a ridiculous social construct. What if he marries a non-Jew, and just tells everyone she's Jewish? This will free him up to marry whoever he wants, and will stick it to tribalists like his old friend George, who said he wouldn't come to John's wedding if he married a non-Jew.
It has been six months since the Tarrengower women's prison choir project began and from an unpromising start, Jonathon and the women have worked hard to create a unique Tarrengower sound. Now, in one final concert, they must prove the pilot program has been a success and that music can in fact change peoples' lives.
In the Swinging Sixties, Lord Snowdon and Princess Margaret were by far the most glamorous and modern members of the royal family. Tony Snowdon was a flamboyant, charismatic and talented photographer and the Queen's beautiful sister was one of the most eligible women in the world. Their volatile marriage ended in scandal and divorce in 1978, the first in the royal family in more than 400 years.
In April 2006, the Royal Hospital Chelsea opened its doors to the cameras for the first time for this intimate portrait of the Chelsea Pensioners.
Cheer on the kids of Woolloomooloo as they become basketball All Stars, struggling to pursue their aspirations while avoiding the disadvantages of growing up in this forgotten pocket of public housing.
Studio interview program that goes behind the 'public face' of fascinating men and women in our society. This episode features Bob Rogers.
Muhammad Yunus is a trail blazer. He is a devout optimist who truly believes that a world without poverty is an achievable goal. The son of a Dhaka jeweller, and one of nine children, he was taught the combined value of education and imagination at a very young age.
Totally Wild reporter Colin Thrupp looks at what is involved when working as a projectionist.
Part one of a two-part series that follows mothers as they fall in love with their babies. Zoe undergoes intense therapy with a psychotherapist to overcome feelings of anger, fear and hatred towards her baby
Four years ago Australian Story featured a farmer and horse breeder called Peter Andrews who seemed to have a rare ability to transform degraded Australian landscapes into thriving oases. He called it natural sequence farming and it was producing some spectacular results. But for nearly thirty years, Peter Andrews' work was rejected by scientists, bureaucrats and politicians alike - until the evidence became difficult to ignore.
Unlikely Travellers is a remarkable three-part documentary series of six fabulous adventurers, each with a unique and challenging intellectual disability. More than 120 people have applied for a two-week trip to Egypt and today is the first day of interviews. The Spectrum Organisation has narrowed it down to 21 who will face the selection panel.
Indonesian scholarship recipients Nita and Muhammad must drastically alter their lives to take up the opportunity to study in Australia. As AUSAID scholarship students, they are returning to study after being in the workforce. In addition to culture shock, they also have to deal with separation from their families.
Lawrence always wanted to be the best in the world. He always wanted to set a world record. At something. At anything. What world record can he set? Well, as a child he was a classic nerd and wasn't very good at sport. But he was pretty good at the Rubik's Cube. In fact, he still has a shrine to the Hungarian inventor Erno Rubik in his bedroom.
This film addresses the problems facing young people in South Africa, Brazil, UK, USA, Thailand and Dubai and the fight against AIDS in these countries.
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