Phillip and Maria are awaiting the birth of their first child and the creation of a lakeside garden. Sounds idyllic, right? However, delays, bad weather and budget constraints conspire to keep the expecting couple ever waiting.
After tragically losing their wife and mother to cancer, Roberto and his two children are hoping that the transformation of their garden will not only bring them healing but also create an everlasting tribute to their loved one.
A couple dream of a waterfront home with a resort style garden. They also dream of both jobs finishing at the same time. They've green lit work on the garden while the house is still under construction. A good idea, in theory.
George and Yvonne retired to peaceful Nelson to build their dream home. But George, a retired architect, isn't ready to take it easy. He wants to pioneer a new way to build affordable and contemporary houses.
Chris and Belinda bought the land next door to their existing house, just 3.9m wide: a tiny gap in a long row of heritage listed cottages in Sydney's Forest Lodge.
Stewart and Sandra lost their home and garden in the devastating 2009 Black Saturday bushfires. Now it's time to start again with a spectacular new garden designed by one of Australia's most well-known designers, Paul Bangay.
Presenter Michael McCoy visits Frank and Mary-Anne D'Aquila from Essendon, Victoria, who are in pursuit of a family garden complete with pool, plants and an entertaining space.
This Australian series begins with a rural Queensland couple's journey to transform a rock hard paddock into an ambitious and extensive kitchen garden so that they can live out their "grow it, eat it, live it" dream.
Documentary series that goes behind the safety cordon to explore the explosive world of demolition, charting the dramatic end to some of Britain's biggest and most iconic buildings. In this episode, Hull's tallest building has to come crashing to the ground, but it's surrounded by houses on all sides. Come blowdown day, the entire estate has to be evacuated as the team find out whether their explosive calculations are correct. One of the few women working in demolition, Debbie Burns, takes on a massive 750 million-pounds renovation project at Britain's busiest interchange station, Birmingham New Street, which brings commuters and demolition on a crash course. Howard Stott, a veteran demolition man who's been working in the industry since the days of Fred Dibnah, meets a deadly foe while slicing a shopping centre in two.
Darren and Ruth have found a large patch of land near the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Hidden down a laneway with no street frontage, this secret garden will be transformed into a contemporary, three-storey family mansion.
A young Auckland couple borrow a fortune to build their first home, and along the way face delays, budget blow-outs, and becoming new parents.
Andreessen settles into AOL, Paternot and Krizelman discover some damaging information, and Pixelon's investors demand answers.
A dying Netscape takes drastic measures to prove they're still cutting-edge. Pixelon launches iBash, a massive concert with a star-studded line-up.
Demolition duo the Ogden brothers take on the highest profile job of their career, bringing down a 12-storey office block in the centre of Doncaster. In central London, a gas holder that towers over the Thames has come to the end of its life and developers are waiting to move in. But, standing just metres from two busy railway lines, the team has to devise a never-used-before technique to take down the iconic structure while London looks on. Demolition dynamo Paul Johnson gambles everything on finding valuable scrap while demolishing a former school.
The 747 was a game changer; the jet that gave us cheap air travel. With its distinctive hump, the 747 is the most recognisable airliner on the planet. It's so massive the Wright brothers could have made their historic flight in economy. But it is much more than just a big aeroplane. We look at how this giant transformed our world when it first took to the skies in 1970. Now it has transported the equivalent of 80 percent of the human race and travelled 100,000 round trips to the moon. But this first wide-body airliner was a billion dollar gamble that took technology to the limits - and nearly destroyed the Boeing Company. This is the remarkable untold story of the jumbo jet.
When news hit on March 24, 2015, that a Germanwings Airbus A320 had crashed in the French Alps, no one could have guessed the cause. The co-pilot, 28-year-old Andreas Lubitz, had deliberately flown the plane into the side of a mountain to kill himself and the other 149 people on board. It was a terrifying act that triggered questions about the safety of air travel and the reliability of pilot testing.
In this episode, Marie draws on the Kimberley history of station and mission days. Marie shares with us a family recipe that takes us back to a simpler time.
Everyone has a stew they can brag about. In this episode Bo Carne shares his Nana's version of the good old billabong stew - in this case his family calls it Nana's Half Caste Stew.
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