Regardless of race, nationality or religion, all of us can trace our ancient origin back to the cradle of humanity, East Africa. But that was 60,000 years ago. What did our collective journey look like, and where did it take your specific ancestors during that time? At what point in our past did we first cross paths with the supposed strangers living in our neighbourhood?
It looks like going down to the wire as South Sydney fight for their first finals berth since 1989. The new co-owners have caused many things to change - some for the good, some not so much according to others.
Once in a Lifetime is the extraordinary story of the New York Cosmos and the rise and fall of America's most famous football (soccer) club. The Cosmos began as a rag-tag team started on a whim by one of the most powerful men in entertainment - Steve Ross, founder of Warner Communications. Ross had never even seen a soccer game before he helped finance a team that in five years had convinced the greatest player in the history of the sport to leave his beloved Brazil for the nascent Cosmos and become a soccer missionary in the USA.
The frustration of never being able to sleep and constantly living in a semi-conscious state until an inevitable death became the sad reality for the wife of Italian family doctor Ignazio Roiter.
More renowned for its fine dairy produce and monster crayfish, King Island (situated at the western end of Bass Strait) also produces a peculiarly hardy breed of footballer. But even in its heyday the King Island Football Association only had five teams and, these days, three is all it can muster. Fishermen, farmers, cheese factory workers, meatworkers, kelpers, high school teachers and students make up the bulk of the three teams; Grassy, Currie and North.
Tonight, one of the oldest players in Souths team, David Peachy (33), is celebrating a milestone - 250 first grade games - but Peachy and the team are finding the going tough.
Addiction expert Dr John Marsden likes a drink. But his father was an alcoholic and although he has taken the decision to allow himself to enjoy drinking, he is obviously conscious of having inherited his father's genes. Combining his powerful, personal story with his specialist knowledge, Dr Marsden witnesses psychological and neurological experiments, meets cutting edge scientists and undergoes a rigorous medical analysis to discover the effects of drinking on his own health, all in search of the truth about alcohol.
Australian country football. It's been called a morality play; community theatre in a paddock. The football clubs have always been the heartbeat of rural communities - a barometer of social well-being. If the local club is going well, everyone in town walks that little bit taller and no matter where you finish on the ladder, the beginning of each new season brings fresh hopes and dreams. This four part series looks at how four rural communities are keeping Australian football alive and kicking in the bush.
South Sydney are on fire. Actor Russell Crowe and businessman Peter Holmes a Court have put their money where their mouths are, and for now, they are smiling like Cheshire cats. Russell Crowe convinced Errol Alcott, the conditioning coach for the Australian cricket team for 19 years, to join the Rabbitohs, and for the pre-season games he has the Rabbits fitter than they've ever been before.
Women love watching football. But some footy chicks have more on their mind than just the game. Off the field, their goal is to get up close and personal with the players. The possibility of sex with a football player is a fantasy for many women and a reality for some. For players, the availability of sex is a constant temptation. The potent mix of muscle, testosterone and celebrity are appealing qualities that bring an abundance of opportunities for sexual encounters. But amidst the fun and games sometimes the line gets crossed.
The Ocean's Supermum is a one-hour natural history documentary featuring previously unknown underwater behaviour, and a passionate and engaging scientist whose mission it is to unlock the secrets of the most devoted of all marine mothers - the Australian sea lion.
Clothes may not maketh the man, but wearing brand new, expensive Armani suits is certainly inspirational to a team used to battling for survival. Welcome to the "new South Sydney" and episode three of ABC TV's six-part observational reality series on Hollywood superstar Russell Crowe's and multi-millionaire businessman Peter Holmes a Court's bid to transform one of the foundation members of the National Rugby League.
An increasing number of British women are travelling to the Dominican Republic for their holidays. The appeal? It's easy for women of all ages, shapes and sizes to have relationships with the young, handsome men who live and work on there.
George Negus narrates this inside look at Football United, the organisation aiming to build the capacity of communities and improve the skills of people in diverse and disadvantaged areas that include high proportions of refugee, migrant and Indigenous children, youths and families.
The Fibros And The Silvertails is the story of the feud between two football teams that turned into a war about class and alleged corruption. The teams are Wests and Manly. The year is 1978. This is a film about football, class and place. It is a social history and a sports history.
A touching film which follows a young couple with Down's syndrome, as they begin to plan their wedding.
Where did we all come from? Could we all be descendants of Adam? And if he existed, who was he, where did he live and what did he look like? It is a mystery that intrigues us all and questions like these have been asked time and time again, but nobody has got close to the answer - until now.
Cannabis is the most widely used illicit substance on the planet. It polarises public opinion. For some it's an evil weed while to others it's a harmless herb. For years, supply has been controlled by ruthless criminals but now there is a quasi legal industry worth billions of dollars and business is booming.
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