Learn what a rip is, how to spot one and what to do if you get caught in a rip whilst swimming at the beach.
A poetic, experimental documentary which voices the experiences of various mental health advocates who have lived experience of mental illness and the Australian mental health system.
A poetic, performative, experimental documentary that gives voice to people with lived experience of mental health issues. Gratus explores how practising gratitude can have a positive impact on mental health and assist in the journey of recovery after experiencing a complex mental health issue.
The remaining recruits must abseil 200 feet off a dam and climb a mountain in blistering heat. Do any of them have what it takes to turn adversity into strength?
The recruits face a series of extreme, high-pressure tasks, including jumping from a moving helicopter into a lake and crawling across a vast canyon on a tightrope.
Recruits face intense interrogation before they attempt the final phase of the course, a series of brutal physical tasks called The Sickener, designed to push them over the edge.
In a daunting challenge, recruits are tasked with rescuing a downed pilot. As bombs explode and guns fire, they must make the right decision amid the mayhem.
Recruits race up a snow-covered mountain dragging a 60kg sled. Exhausted, they must then swim under ice, battling hypothermic conditions, only to discover the weakest will be sent home.
In a dangerous backward fall, the life of the jumper is in the hands of a fellow recruit; during an honesty test, some gobsmacking truths are shared; a simple mistake results in a serious injury.
Reveals the sacrifices made to keep sport on the field during the pandemic. Featuring behind-the-scenes insights. This is an inspiring portrayal of the power of sport overcoming adversity.
Recruits are brutally awoken by the sound of gunfire and a botched rescue attempt unfolds. Messages from home test the recruits' emotional resolve while a relentless pack march takes its toll.
Armed with rifles, recruits are tasked with a hostage rescue mission, before taking on their most dangerous task yet in near freezing water.
The fatigued recruits drop from a helicopter into 4-degree water carrying 20kg backpacks, before making their way to shore as a group then racing to the top of a mountain.
In a punishing day, recruits crawl across a jagged ravine on a single rope above the ocean; are submerged in crashing, cold surf; and face a physical drilling that leaves them on the brink of collapse.
In freezing waters with plummeting body temperatures, recruits wait to be rescued by their teammates before they face a test of pure grunt and teamwork. An emotional departure surprises the group.
In an abandoned abattoir, recruits face a life or death decision before they are drilled physically into the early hours of the morning. Will they bow out from exhaustion or find the true grit needed?
Every medal has a story - of triumphs, and of sacrifices. This is the story of the Australian wrestling team of the 1974 Commonwealth Games.
Recruits are pushed to tackle their fears head on in a 60m high forward abseil, while a brutal game of murderball on a black mud plain leaves one recruit with a near concussion.
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