A special live studio program hosted by Indira Naidoo and Tom Ballard, which sees participants, community members and experts discuss the deeply complex issue of homelessness.
Five wealthy volunteers now reach the end of the social experiment, where the final stage sees the group discover what it's like to live in Australia's crisis accommodation.
Five wealthy volunteers have faced some of the realities of homelessness in Australia after spending two days and nights sleeping rough on the streets of Melbourne. In the next stage of the social experiment, host Indira Naidoo and expert Dr Catherine Robinson reveal the participants are returning to the street, but this time paired with a buddy: a rough sleeper who calls the city streets home. Will personal connections with the rough sleepers see the volunteers' perspectives begin to change?
For five wealthy volunteers, homelessness will become a terrifying reality. After handing in their phones and wallets, they change into secondhand clothing and are given a sleeping bag. Rain's forecast and temperatures are dropping fast; the participants are dropped in different locations with no money in their pockets and nowhere to sleep. Participants: Tim Guest, Kayla Fenech, Jellaine Dee, Stu Laundy, and Christian Wilkins are guided by host Indira Naidoo and homelessness expert Dr Catherine Robinson.
Go inside America's prepping subculture, uncovering a wide assortment of prepping styles and approaches. Meet the preppers on their own turf, examine their methods and track their progress as they think through every logistic and contingency plan.
This episode explores the controversial and sometimes shocking history of sex education, revealing just how much politics and culture influence what we teach - or don't teach - about sex.
Mr Wayne is preparing because he believes China will undermine the US economy. John and Christine anticipate economic collapse as well, and have buried a shipping container in their backyard.
Explore the lives of three unique Americans, each preparing to survive an uncertain future. A retired army sergeant is preparing for an electromagnetic pulse attack A suburban mother is preparing for an avian flu pandemic. And a single dad is ready to bug into a secret underground hatch in his garage.
Calamity Janet welcomes you to her Armageddon Inn. She has prepared her home for nuclear war and is inviting people to bunker down with her. She has pasta reserves to feed 1000 people. Retired photojournalist Jack Jobe started prepping in 2010, after watching the news surrounding Haiti's devastating earthquake. Now he is prepping for the scenario he fears most, a solar flare.
Karl is sent to India to see the Taj Mahal, but before he can even get there, he's forced to visit the largest religious festival in the world and stay in an Ashram with a living Saint.
Bruce Beach has constructed a 10,000-square-foot underground bunker out of 42 full-size school buses, which he calls the Ark Two. Sometimes referred to as the Doctor of Doom, Bradford Frank, is a psychiatrist living in the suburbs of San Diego, California. Bradford believes that a deadly avian bird flu pandemic is fast approaching, and is preparing his family to bug out to a nearby cave.
Meet three Americans who give their all when it comes to preparedness. Real estate developer Larry Hall is creating luxury survival condos in an old missile silo. Michael Patrick Douglas is training his children in primitive survival skills. Becky Brown is taking sharpshooting lessons with a sniper in order to prepare herself for a government takeover of Salt Lake City.
Are you prepared? These three are, including a former cop with a fully stocked truck, a grandma ready to quarantine her family from a pandemic and a man prepping for when Florida sinks.
Arizona dad Tim Ralston is prepared for an electromagnetic pulse attack on America. He's built a shipping container specially outfitted for survival purposes and taught his sons to defend the compound with weapons. Jason Charles is a New York firefighter preparing for the eruption of the Yellowstone super volcano. He's storing meals ready to eat and water in his city apartment.
In modern-day Paris, a journalist finds her life becoming entwined with a young girl whose family was torn apart during the notorious Vel' d'Hiv round-up in 1942, where 10,000 Jews were kept in a winter velodrome before being sent off to the concentration camps.
Kellene Bishop, a self-described foodie, amazes her friends by whipping up a dinner party entirely from shelf-stable foods, proving she won't sacrifice the finer things in a financial disaster. Dennis Evers has trained his children with special skills to withstand a catastrophic financial collapse. His oldest son shows us how he can fashion bows and arrows for security, his daughters weld and stockpile fuel and his wife cans massive amounts of food.
Kate Grenville discusses the relationship between her life and her writing revealing the wellsprings of her creativity and her love of words. She talks about her triumphs and failures and how and why she writes. Her themes include; feminism, cultural stereotyping, rebellion, sexual abuse, marriage, family and dispossession.
Rivals gets on the field and into the ring through a series of compelling stories at the fringe of culture and politics, across a range of places and people through the one lens that connects them all: sport. Australia plays football one way: their way. And the most heated rivalry in the country's most cherished game is marked by broken jaws, foul mouths and phallic tattoos.
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