Learn how to talk about your family in this episode of Everyday English.
In this episode of Everyday English, learn to talk about food and meals.
Musician and advocate Bob Geldof examines the life and work of one of the 20th century's greatest poets, William Butler Yeats. Geldof argues that, as a poet and statesman at the vanguard of a cultural revolution, Yeats brought about immense change in Ireland's struggle for independence, without firing a bullet.
There are new additions to the family, but Beth's health is flagging. Amy accompanies Aunt Carroll's daughter to Europe, but, feeling snubbed, Jo flees to New York to pursue her career. Devastating news brings her home.
How do actors cope with failure? In a fascinating new insight to the world of being an actor, David Harewood (Homeland, Supergirl), persuades some of his famous friends and colleagues, including Damian Lewis (Wolf Hall, Homeland), Olivia Colman (Broadchurch, The Night Manager) Eddie Izzard (Hannibal, The Riches) and Zachary Quinto (Star Trek, American Horror Story), to sit down and talk about the F word - failure. Failure is a taboo subject in the precarious world of the actor but David takes us from drama school to the red carpet and beyond, on an interesting, behind-the-scenes journey that offers both elements of surprise and great humour. The contributors provide deeply personal reflections of their own mistakes, alongside amazing anecdotes, and David reveals his own unique stories of how failure has affected him. To many, acting seems like a career with tremendous rewards but to be successful and rise to the top you also have to take great risks. And with risk, failure is always a possibility. David Harewood's F Word is an original documentary that reveals the many ways that failure can affect performance and profession alike and the different ways actors learn to come to terms with the invisible weight always dangling above their heads.
Beth falls seriously ill and Marmee returns from her husband's sickbed. Beth recovers and Mr March is home for Christmas. Jo hears good news about her writing, and the family holds a joyous wedding for Meg and John Brooke.
Greene hits on an ingenious way to destroy Will's reputation, excluding him from his high-brow literary set. The players need another hit, and as luck would have it, Will has an idea for a comedy.
Will is just finishing A Midsummer Night's Dream, a tale of love potions, enchantment and a wood full of fairies. He's pleased with how realistic it is as he based it on his own experience, but is it lacking a little comedy?
The story begins in the depths of winter, during the American Civil War, as the March sisters Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy face Christmas without their father, who is away serving as a chaplain for the Union Army forces.
A small-time circus magician is swept away from Kansas to the vibrant land of Oz where its inhabitants believe him to be the great wizard they've been expecting. He thinks he's hit the jackpot-fame and fortune but soon meets three witches who draw him into the epic problems facing the Land of Oz. He must learn who is good and evil before it's too late and in the process, may become the man Oz had hoped for.
Jedda is an orphaned Arrernte baby who is adopted by a white family. Jedda grows up, confused over her heritage and place in the world.
William Shakespeare promises his wife Anne that he'll be home for Christmas with the family. When Marlowe, Kate and Robert Greene look likely to be facing a miserable Christmas in London, Will asks them all back with him to Stratford.
Dickens' classic tale of kindness, truth and virtue is completely mucked up and ruined by having a member of the Blackadder family involved.
Cheeky and loud, black and proud. Melbourne International Comedy Festival's Deadly Funny unearths the freshest, fiercest and funniest Aboriginal and TSI talent from around the country.
In anticipation of her upcoming film Downsizing, Wiig discusses her Hollywood beginning at The Groundlings improv troupe which led to her breakout role as series regular on Saturday Night Live, where she earned five Emmy nominations for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series. From the small screen to the big screen, Wiig expanded her repertoire to include both comedic and dramatic roles in films such as Mother!, The Martian, Skeleton Twins, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, Despicable Me 2, Welcome To Me, Ghostbusters, The Diary of a Teenage Girl, and the upcoming Where'd You Go, Bernadette. In the episode, Wiig recounts her journey to writing, producing and starring in the Oscar nominated film, Bridesmaids, and how she created many of her iconic characters in Saturday Night Live including the Aunt Linda and Sue the Surprise Lady.
Teach English with everyday conversations from the world of one of Australia's favourite soap operas. Justin is in a world of pain over Willow. Are Raffy's school woes clouding her judgement? The Bait Shop is becoming a little too cosy for Alf and Ben.
For years, Bob Kane has been credited as Batman's creator. As time passed, rumours swirled that the Caped Crusader had another father. Who was this man? Bruce Wayne may be Batman's secret identity, but his creator was always a true mystery. This program tells the story of the uncredited creator of Batman, and a crusade to bring him justice.
Pierre is held prisoner by the French and faces a new ordeal as the relentless Russian winter sets in. In the shadow of tragedy, Natasha struggles to see a way forward, while Helene grapples with an awkward dilemma of her own. As the war rages on between the Russians and the French, will our Russian heroes ever find peace again?
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