Todd will train with the masters of five distinct disciplines of martial arts, exploring how their teachings encourage not only physical and mental health, but also spiritual growth.
An examination of the complex rules of amateur athletics in America, and how they affect uncompensated athletes and their families.
National Cabinet agrees to raise the cap on international arrivals giving hope to Aussies stranded overseas. Restrictions eased in regional Victoria. Jeremy Fernandez speaks with infectious disease expert Sanjaya Senanayake.
Todd explores the world of extreme drivers, why they risk their lives for their passion, and how they use their minds and bodies to cope with the adrenaline, extreme stress, and debilitating fear.
Tracking Australia's response to the COVID pandemic. As Melbourne nears a month in stage 4 lockdown, Jeremy Fernandez brings you the latest facts and figures, plus medical professionals and health experts answer your questions.
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall is back with a special on a national health crisis that he's determined to do something about. In this final showdown, he's going to examine some of the marketing claims on 'healthier' products, unveil the truth about why Brits love to snack, and challenge a family to rethink their portion sizes. And, after almost 100,000 people sign Hugh's letter to the Health Secretary, he finally gets the interview he's been after for months, discovering some exciting changes that are on the horizon.
As Melbourne nears a month in stage 4 lockdown the number of daily infections is falling, but are lower testing rates influencing the drop in cases? Jeremy Fernandez puts your questions to Professor James McCaw and Dr Vyom Sharma.
Xand investigates if 'hangry', the conglomeration of 'hungry' and 'angry' really exists. The results are astonishing as Xand's blood pressure fails to recover when hungry and his stress hormone levels also increase when not eating. Alternative title: The Diet Testers.
Xand also finds out if the air we breathe or a good night's sleep are more likely to make us lose weight than expensive pills and potions. He also tries out the latest high-tech diet gadgets. The device that claims it can tell the rate at which we burn fat, a nutritional tracking and coaching tool, and a headset that allegedly regulates appetite and cravings. Alternative title: The Diet Testers.
A journey to explore the nature of virtuosity with Australian recorder virtuoso Genevieve Lacey. Where does it come from and how do you continue to access the divine spark once you have seen it?
Jeremy Fernandez looks at the latest data and trends on COVID-19 and how we are responding to the crisis. Plus experts answer your questions about the coronavirus pandemic.
Xand finds out if a gastric balloon pill could replace invasive bariatric surgery and tries out cryolipolysis, a fat-freezing technique that should reduce his tummy fat and flabby flanks. Alternative title: The Diet Testers.
Xand finds out if the latest liposuction techniques could transform our pot bellies into six packs, and investigates if unconscious persuasion could be the future of dieting. Alternative title: The Diet Testers.
Xand finds out if counting our bites can lead to weight loss and tries out the Armonk Diet, a regime that sees him swallow two cans of sweetcorn without biting before his main lunch. Meanwhile, Helen investigates the strong link between vision and appetite with an experiment that shows how the colour of wine influences our taste buds. Alternative title: The Diet Testers.
Set inside a single room in Folsom Prison, this program follows three men from outside as they participate in a four-day group therapy retreat with Level 4 convicts.
Geraldine Doogue seeks powerful connections with prominent Australians. Prolific author Tom Keneally reveals his close relationship with people long dead, and the place they are buried, at Sydney's North Head.
A man in his 20s the youngest Australian to die from coronavirus COVID-19. Twelve of 14 deaths in Victoria today linked to aged care. Community transmission numbers start to fall in the second week of Melbourne's lockdown. Outbreak spreads in New Zealand.
Emma and Kaye have 10 days to slim down for the races, Eve and Kate go on six-week dieting plans before their holidays, and Jan and Alexa want to slim down for the fifth anniversary of their cafe. Xand tries out laser lipolysis to get rid of his belly fat, and investigates if gastric balloons can lead to weight loss without the risks of surgery. Alternative title: The Diet Testers.
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