Jaydyn Coggins, the best cup stacker in Australia, travels to the World Sports Stacking Championships in Florida. Dogged by a series of setbacks, Jaydyn must call on all his skill and family support for a shot at his dreams.
Transgender model and social activist Munroe Bergdorf examines the changing world of gender and identity in society, as she becomes both author and subject of her first UK documentary. The film follows Munroe as she undergoes dramatic facial feminisation surgery as part of tackling her gender dysphoria, a hugely personal moment that kick starts an exploration of the central question: What makes a woman?
With authoritarianism on the rise and rapidly escalating tensions between Iran and Saudi Arabia, Vice founder Shane Smith travels the world's most volatile region to provide a definitive look at the Middle East's ever-changing geopolitical landscape.
Outback Pilots enters the extreme world of the "bush pilots" who risk their lives to help remote farmers, industries and communities spread across the vast wilderness of the Outback.
The Cyclopsis a mythical man-eating giant with superhuman strength and just one eye. But what was the real-world inspiration behind this tall tale? Why were the Ancient Greeks so convinced that killer Cyclops roamed the planet?
As Cuba and America embark on a seismic shift in relations, Cuban ballplayers are caught in the middle - forced to wait on diplomacy, or risk their lives for their chance at the majors.
Guy Pearce presents a landmark television event uncovering inspirational stories of ordinary people who are doing extraordinary things to make our country a better place.
An Israeli man returns to Australia but officers think he has been trained to answer some tough questions about his past. A Kiwi has some big plans for his future, but a drug swab has officers searching for the truth, plus a skateboard becomes an unlikely target to conceal contraband.
The Sphinx, a monstrous living statue and a terrifying human-lion hybrid. These great mythical beasts inspired both awe and respect, but also fear. They bore the faces of Egyptian pharaohs, who believed these creatures could grant them huge power. What inspired this formidable mutant? Why was it created? And what role did it play in the pharaoh's quest for immortality?
The dragon is a terrifying mythical monster with scales like steel, razor-sharp teeth, and breath made of fire. What was the real-world inspiration for this ferocious winged monster? Could there be more to this legend than we realise?
The Kraken, one of the most feared mythical monsters of the deep. For centuries, sailors lived in terror of it. It was the biggest thing in the ocean - the size of an island. Its huge tentacles could rip boats to pieces in moment. Is this just a legend, or could some kind of monster really be lurking beneath the surface?
Laura's application for a voluntary assisted death has been approved and she chooses to go public with her story. With her daughter and granddaughter, she navigates the legal, ethical, and emotional issues that arise.
There are rivalries, and then there is the Boston Celtics versus the Los Angeles Lakers. This program gets to the heart of the greatest tug of war in NBA history.
Gun control has soared in popularity across America, but the laws across many states are actually becoming even more lenient. Vice News correspondent Josh Hersh uncovers the forces driving these changes, going inside the new culture of self-defence.
The Feathered Serpent: a mythical mutant monster. Half-bird, half-snake. Why were the ancients so convinced this monster existed? A team of beast hunters uses groundbreaking science and archaeology to solve the mystery.
The lost city of Chichen Itza remains tucked away, deep in the jungles of Mexico, and contains secrets of an ancient civilisation. Scientists examine how this city was built and how human sacrifices moulded the city.
Cage fighting, or mixed martial arts, is the world's toughest sport, widely thought of as an ultra-violent free for all. This In Films production tracks a year in the lives of three ordinary Australians who share this extreme pursuit, to uncover what drives them and the pressures they face as they balance their daily lives, jobs and families with the demands of the sport. Caged goes beyond the controversial headlines into real, personal stories of ordinary Australians turned unlikely athletes.
Weapons, seeds, dirt and stories that just don't seem to add up all pose a problem for the officers who patrol the gateways to Australia. Hosted by Grant Bowler.
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