Former National Indigenous Youth Parliament prime minister Aretha Brown explains how Aboriginal people from Menindee mission were forced to perform in the re-enactment of the arrival of the First Fleet in Australia in 1788 for the sesquicentenary in 1938.
The Ferrones enter the 1930s with trepidation. As the Great Depression bites, jobs are lost, food is scarce and offal is back on the menu. However, there are a few treats including a trip to the movies with David Stratton.
The first three candidates are put through a gruelling hands-on interview process to become the new head chef at the Miners Arms. A local rack of lamb immediately puts their butchery skills under scrutiny.
An Australian fashion newsflash. Alex Perry talks bridal with SBS's iconic fashion guru, Lee Lin Chin.
Bondi-based knitologist John McArthur discusses the merits of hand-knitting versus machine-knitting with Lee Lin Chin, and talks about how knitting has been in and out of fashion over the last decades. He explains his methods, and how he transposed shapes and patterns from fabric and sewing into knitting.
Costa Georgiadis tours a colourful bromeliad garden, Millie Ross meets some fungi farmers, Tino Carnevale plants a wildlife corridor, and Josh Byrne shows how to make the most of a garden's vertical space.
Renee Goodman has a passion for glamorous, well-constructed vintage clothing. She has a particular interest in 1940s glamour, earning her the name Miss Hollywood. Bibi Goodwoman Goodsir, Christine Linardon and Peta Louise Frullari showcase clothes that were sourced by Miss Hollywood for the shop.
Lee Lin Chin talks to Sydney-based designer Gabriel Scarvelli, who uses traditional techniques to define his style in glamorous evening-wear, corsetry and lingerie. They discuss his influences, dance and the Golden Age, and how he learnt French beading and all the high-fashion techniques.
Lee Lin looks at the case study of British fashion designer Vivienne Westwood and her inspirational designs.
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.
The Ferrones roar into the 1920s ready to kick up their heels. This is the decade of decadence where they finally have a car! While Carol remains stuck in the kitchen, Sienna finds a job in a department store.
Hugh and Steph challenge one GP surgery to test out easy solutions for their compulsive snacking. They also tackle their own health concerns - from Hugh's stress to Steph's dodgy stomach.
The finalists' challenge is to produce three courses for a restaurant full of discerning diners. They will also have to manage a brigade of chefs, testing not only their cooking skills but their ability to run a kitchen.
Costa gives a compost masterclass, Jane tours a tiny food garden, Tino Carnevale attracts more wildlife neighbours, and Sophie Thomson meets a group who have taken their love of gardening to the streets.
The decade kicks off with a cooking fad from Britain that reportedly caused divorce! By 1914 life is an emotionally charged test of resilience for the Ferrones, as they experience the Australian spirit confronted by war.
There is only one place left in the final, and the pressure is on for the final three candidates. Ben is on a mission to impress with his theatrical creations, while Simon has to convince them he really wants the job.
Costa learns why acacias are good in gardens, Jane explores a wildflower hotspot, Tino Carnevale shares his potato-growing tips, and Jerry Coleby-Williams meets some aerial gardeners, the flying foxes.
Annabel Crabb and the Ferrone family return to immerse themselves in the past. The Ferrones are transported back to the 1900s where they cook, eat and live through stringent gender roles, school and Federation.
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