We have enjoyed the longest economic winning streak in world history, and were the only rich nation to avoid the great global crash of 2008. This series asks the important questions of our time: How did we become the last rich nation standing? Can we make something of this moment, or has it already passed? What must we do to overcome the inevitable future shocks?
Guided by Annabel Crabb, an Aussie family goes on a time-travelling adventure to discover how the food we eat transformed the way we live, the fabric of the nation and defined family roles - starting in post-war 1950s.
Farmer Oscar Ramirez and his young family seek a better life, travelling from the rice terraces in the northern Philippines to the chaos of Manila but they fall victim to the manipulative ways of the city.
Egypt's boy-king Tutankhamun died aged 18. Hastily mummified and placed in an unfinished tomb, his existence remained unknown until the tomb's sensational rediscovery in 1922. Two American detectives investigate how and why he died and conclude the evidence points to murder, conspiracy and cover-up. It's an irresistible whodunit where real life detectives hunt down real life ancient killers.
A reinvention of the original Oscar-winning hit film, this film follows a talented group of dancers, singers, actors, and artists over four years at the New York City High School of Performing Arts; a diverse, creative powerhouse where students from all walks of life are given a chance to live out their dreams and achieve real and lasting fame, the kind that comes only from talent, dedication, and hard work. In an incredibly competitive atmosphere, plagued by self-doubt, each student's passion will be put to the test. In addition to their artistic goals, they have to deal with everything else that goes along with high school, a tumultuous time full of schoolwork, deep friendships, budding romance and self-discovery.
A series evoking deep nostalgia and childhood memories, looking at Australian identity through the prism of the pool. Celebrates sacred spaces from the billabong, to public, ocean, backyard, motel and Olympic pools.
Pip Courtney hosts Australia's pre-eminent regional and rural television program, covering farming, weather, food, innovation, mining, fisheries, agribusiness, commodity prices and other issues affecting regional communities.
Rose and Gemma make plans to meet with another Unlisted kid, Mack. At school, the new caste system stirs resentment among some of the students, and Kal begins to enjoy his Elite status a little too much.
Will Verdun's new commander, General Petain, end the carnage between France and Germany?
A young Palestinian freedom fighter agrees to work as an informant after he's tricked into an admission of guilt by association in the wake of an Israeli soldier's killing.
Horrified by what has happened to Jiao, the twins team up with Bua to bring down Infinity Group from the inside. But as the GCI takeover continues at school, the boys are barely able to maintain their cover.
A chronicle of one woman's 1100 mile solo hike undertaken as a way to recover from a recent personal tragedy.
We remember Peter Cundall's emotional trip to a memorial garden, Jane Edmanson visits an urban meadow, Josh Byrne explores WA's wildflowers, and Sophie Thomson frames pictures of succulents.
Jiao earns the twin's trust when he helps them out of a sticky situation, but his intervention rouses the suspicion of class bully Regan. A field trip to GCI headquarters sees the boys entering the lion's den.
Based on the true story of college football hero Ernie Davis, the first African-American to win the Heisman Trophy. His fight for equality and respect changed the face of American sport.
Nora is a young housewife and mother, living in a quaint little village with her husband and their two sons. The Swiss countryside is untouched by the major social upheavals the movement of 1968 has brought about. Nora's life is not affected either; she is a quiet person who is liked by everybody - until she starts to publicly fight for women's suffrage, which the men are due to vote on in a ballot on February 7, 1971.
Their time-travels begin in 1945 and World War II has ended, and a revolution in education has begun. Our class are now the pupils' of a post-war grammar. The first lesson begins with English for the girls, and while they might consider themselves lucky to finally be taught an academic subject. The class are given free school milk as part of a government health drive. History sees them learning ancient dates and historical events by heart. Despite more high-brow learning, the girls find they are still being educated in more delicate subjects of the curriculum, without the boys. Taking part in a deportment and etiquette lesson, practising balancing books on their heads and enunciating social behaviours may not seem useful them now, but their next lesson of 1950s style sex-ed is an eye-opener. As the decade progresses, our class head out to embrace the rock and roll culture where it's all fashion, food, milkshakes and music.
As young Queen Elizabeth settled into life on the throne, she struggled with her dual role of monarch and mother. At Balmoral the Queen and Prince Philip were able to enjoy quality time with their growing family.
Kymara makes a mistake that places the other Unlisted in danger. The twins face increased scrutiny following a new arrival at the Sharma house, Chinese exchange student Jiao.
Naive teen Gili changes schools and is determined to improve her social status by hooking up with the popular guys. But as she pushes her own limits with every new encounter, the line of consent begins to blur. In Hebrew.
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