We have enjoyed the longest economic winning streak in world history, and were the only rich nation to avoid the great global crash of 2008. This series asks the important questions of our time: How did we become the last rich nation standing? Can we make something of this moment, or has it already passed? What must we do to overcome the inevitable future shocks?
Guided by Annabel Crabb, an Aussie family goes on a time-travelling adventure to discover how the food we eat transformed the way we live, the fabric of the nation and defined family roles - starting in post-war 1950s.
Costa Georgiadis discovers new life in a fire affected landscape, Jane Edmanson visits a garden celebrating perennial plants, Millie Ross plants flavour packed produce and Tino Carnevale explores a saffron farm.
At school camp, Hannah's friends throw her a surprise birthday party and at the end of the night she finds herself around a campfire fielding questions about being transgender. As the crowd grows, so does her confidence.
Navin believes he was born a poor Black child in Mississippi. He is, however, actually white. Upon figuring this out, he heads north to St Louis to find himself. After landing a job at a gas station, Navin is excited to discover his name printed in the new phone book. This ratification of his existence leads him from one misadventure to another as he invents gadgets, dodges bullets, joins the carnival and seeks love in the arms of beautiful Marie.
Disillusioned film director Toby is pulled into a time-jumping fantasy when he is mistaken for Sancho Panza, Don Quixote's sidekick.
Everywhere is now part of our story as we enter a period in history which, like no other, is dominated by the acts and personalities of a small group of powerful leaders - Titans. This is the time for Churchill and Roosevelt, Stalin, Hitler and Mussolini, for Tojo to dominate both public and daily life. Peripheral figures to the main game are still part of the story - Eisenhower, of course, supreme commander in Europe and president-to-be and independence leaders Gandhi in India and De Valera in Ireland.
The Goggleboxers share their thoughts on the week's TV highlights.
Shaun Micallef and the Mad as Hell team present a satirical view of the week in politics.
After being outed on social media, Hannah withdraws from those closest to her. It isn't until Olivia and Natalie pay her a visit that Hannah remembers how much her friends mean to her and she decides to return to school.
Stalin, who was highly praised at the 17th congress of the Communist Party in 1934, launched the construction of the Moscow canal and a new Trans-Siberian route. The NKVD, which took over from the GPU, increased the number of camps and transformed the Gulag into a veritable prison industry. In 1935, the number of prisoners in the Gulag exceeded one million. The trials held by Moscow, which were the showcase of the Great Purge, hid the repression that was hitting Soviet society and the anonymous. Mass executions and arbitrary arrests rapidly increased in number. In January 1939, 2 million prisoners were working in the Gulag, but on 22 June 1941, Germany attacked the Soviet Union. As a consequence, in 1942, detention conditions in the gulag degenerated. Famine and disease caused the death of many prisoners. In 1945, in spite of the Soviet victory over Nazi Germany, the Gulag archipelago, supplier of essential raw materials, continued expanding.
Hannah feels left out when it appears she's the only one not sleeping over at Jasmine's party. With Olivia's help, Hannah decides to make the most of the time she is there and has a better night than she expected.
How the crew caught incredible footage of fierce boxing matches between huge kangaroos competing for the role of alpha male.
Life in Edwardian Britain wasn't all fun and games. The Siege of Sydney Street, in East London in 1911, is the perhaps the first terrorist attack ever caught on film. Remarkably, a young Winston Churchill then home secretary can be seen controversially directing operations just yards away from the gunfire.
John, Bryan and Gina go to a team-building weekend in the Blue Mountains. The IOC committee are coming to inspect all the venues, but they're one venue short.
It is easy to imagine that the past was lived in black and white, but of course, it was not. This landmark series uses modern colouration techniques to present a history of America in colour, for the first time. Season two will take viewers on another visually stunning journey, shifting the focus from various decades to iconic thematic episodes in history, including: Titans of Industry: The story of a rising generation of industrialists like Henry Ford and inventors such as Thomas Edison who came to tower over America, transformed the country and impact the global landscape.
Hannah Bradford, a 12-year-old transgender girl, is nervous about starting at a new school. It doesn't take her long to make friends, and she discovers the first day of high school is difficult for everyone.
Australia's leading forum for media analysis and comment, presented by Paul Barry.
When the world thinks Inspector Clouseau has been assassinated, the bumbling master of disguises goes undercover with his faithful sidekick Cato to solve his own murder.
After an Egyptian army, commanded by British officers, is destroyed in a battle in the Sudan in the 1880ss, they decide to appoint an unexpected leader to clear the area of remaining troops. He however has different plans.
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