Gruen Planet runs an x-ray across the world, unpicking the stories that affect us all. Each week, host Wil Anderson is joined by regulars Todd Sampson and Russel Howcroft, along with some of Australia's smartest communications experts, old faces and new.
The Chaser team take a lawyer-approved look at the world of media, politics and c***sorship. And this time around they promise the gloves are off.
Thirteen months later...Saga Noren is still working at Malmo County Police, but she misses her only friend Martin Rohde who is serving a ten year prison sentence. Saga, however, is convinced that she did the only right thing by reporting him, and that she cannot be associated with a convicted murderer. The story starts with when a famous Danish gender activist and owner of Copenhagen's first gender-neutral children's nursery is found murdered on a building site in Malmo. Saga is forced to work with a new Danish colleague, who has difficulties in accepting Saga for who she is. (S.3,Ep.1)
In this new four-part series, renowned psychological illusionist Derren Brown presents four stand-alone episodes that take the form of a giant social experiment. Some have been inspired by classic psychology tests, others concocted by Derren himself to illustrate how easily our behaviour can be manipulated.
Black Mirror is a new austere, darkly comic series of three different dramas set in various dystopian versions of future reality. Over the last ten years, technology has transformed almost every aspect of society before anyone has stopped to question it. In every home, on every desk, in every person's palm is a plasma screen, a monitor, a smartphone - a black mirror of our 21st Century existence. A twisted parable for the Twitter age, Black Mirror taps into our collective unease about the modern world.
Short SIMPSONS clip on Joan of Arc story. Homer reading his version to the Simpson Kids.
When Homer finds a library book overdue by about a decade, he decides to read the stories of Odyssey, Joan of Arc and Hamlet to the Simpson kids.
A short story of Hamlet read by Homer to the Simpson kids.
Gruen panelists discuss Alan Jones press conference over comments about death of Julia Gillard's father
Most of us can be bought or sold. And that sometimes actually feels good. We're all coerced and serenaded by advertising, an industry devoted to changing our minds and our behaviour. But advertising is not the only industry that wants to get inside our heads and move the furniture around. Which brings us to spin, branding, and image control.
The Chaser team mourns the death of journalism. The Hamster Wheel examines how the media works or, in most cases, doesn't work. Why do we get the news we get? And inside the frantic rush of the hamster wheel, has the race to be first replaced the race to be right?
The Simpsons decide to embrace a cheaper, alternate source of energy by erecting a wind turbine in their backyard. Meanwhile, a storm erupts, trapping a magnificent 150-foot long blue whale ashore.
While Mad As Hell: Peter Finch re-traces the life and career of British-born Australian actor Peter Finch, it is much more than a biopic of one of the great actors of the 20th century. The program also provides a fascinating insight into the man behind the various acting roles as told by his three daughters, friends, fellow actors, and producers and directors who worked with him.
Critically acclaimed and internationally successful, Ten Canoes won six AFI Awards in 2006 and the Special Jury Prize at the Cannes Film Festival, an honour that is bestowed upon films regarded as having particular significance for the art form. Directed by Rolf de Heer, Ten Canoes is an invitation to glimpse the ancient world of the Yolngu people, through a combination of ethnographically inspired narrative, juxtaposed with ancient Indigenous cultural beliefs and traditions.
Place of Ritual in Traditional Aboriginal Society
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