The HMS Queen Elizabeth is a ship of record breaking proportions with cutting edge naval and aerial engineering.
Sydney Harbour Bridge, the world's tallest and widest steel arched bridge, was completed in 1932, more than a century after its initial proposal. Connecting the northern suburbs with the city centre, its completion brought together a city divided not just by water but by cultural differences. As engineer Rob Bell reveals, John Bradfield was so determined to build the bridge that he dedicated more than 20 years of his life to its construction, travelling the world to employ the very best builders and engineers, who utilised the very latest technologies and techniques of their time.
For more than 70 years, Frank Lloyd Wright showed his countrymen new ways to build their homes and see the world around them. He created some of the most monumental, and some of the most intimate spaces in America. He designed everything: banks and resorts, office buildings and churches, a filling station and a synagogue, a beer garden and an art museum. From his first house to his final masterpiece, follow Frank Lloyd Wright's extraordinary career, his life, and 20th century American architecture.
Gate Gourmet, the world's largest airline caterers, reveal how their chefs make thousands of meals every day for passengers flying from LAX.
OneWeb Satellites reveal how space vehicle designers, manufacturing engineers and robotics combine to build and launch web satellites into space.
Ireland is home to over 70,000km of rivers and over 12,000 lakes, but are people taking this priceless resource for granted?
Richard sets out to see if gadgets can make the great outdoors a more comfortable, inviting place to be.
We all hate mornings. The moment we wake up, there are the usual dull things to do - get washed, get dressed, have breakfast, get to work - even making decisions about what to wear and what to eat and drink are dull and tedious. This episode sets out to find out how can gadgets make the whole experience less of a chore and more fun.
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.
In the last Faster Craft of the season, the final three makers must create a three-dimensional party invitation that celebrates a unique occasion for a loved one. In the Master Craft, they have to design that party.
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.
Tractor giant John Deere lifts the lid on how they combine heavy industry with cutting-edge tech to build huge tractors designed to feed the world.
Off-road car giants Jeep reveal how they harness manpower and tech to build and ship thousands of their bestselling Wrangler every single day.
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.
On this journey Dr Lara Dungan looks at the environment and health implications of different diets, and tastes new replacements to meat and dairy products. Can this go mainstream?
Makers must transform an ordinary toolshed into a dream destination, a space representing their ideal vacation getaway. It's a good, old-fashioned Shed Hack, 'staycation' style.
We follow architect Ross de la Motte, seeing that his vision for the stations has finally come to light. He has gone to great lengths to design stations that benefit from natural light and airflow, minimising the need for additional power. Has he been successful?
Chilli peppers from all over the globe are flown to a plantation in Louisiana and are made - using a family recipe - in to one of the most popular condiments, Tabasco. This is how.
With space offering affordable benefits to all, rocket launches are in global demand. This is the story of ULA's rocket production at the forefront of America's ambitions.
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