With the release of Series III earlier in 2012, the brand new Series IV of this stunning aerial franchise is already in production and soon to deliver. It will feature breathtaking footage from up to 10,000 feet of France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Belgium and Switzerland as well as a number of beautiful locations across the USA and the UK.
Find out how racing shells, stainless steel sinks, leather and pedal steel guitars are made.
Breathtaking footage from up to 10,000 feet of France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Belgium and Switzerland as well as a number of beautiful locations across the USA and the UK.
This program discusses the barriers to achieving better outcomes for children with otitis media, and proposes strategies to overcome them.
To fight against disease and avoidable health issues, efforts should be directed towards prevention and education. This is the focus for some architects of change.
Two foreigners try to make sense of life in the United States in the aftermath of two very different wars.
In 1886 Victorian social explorer Charles Booth embarked on a hugely ambitious plan to visit every single street in London to record the social conditions of the city's residents. House by house, street by street, the lives of four million people were mapped and categorised according to their social position. The Secret History of Our Streets revisits six of these archetypal London streets and interviews residents past and present to discover how the fortunes of the streets have ebbed and flowed in the last hundred and twenty-five years.
Australian Story concludes the epic tale of Greg Norman, recognised as one of Australia's best and most flamboyant sports stars. This week's episode covers the famous 1996 US Masters loss in which Greg Norman's grace in the face of crushing defeat drew admiration.
Shannon Thorne has strong role models through his parents and is trying to carrying on the legacy of their work through his own work in Liverpool trying to improve the health and culture for his mob.
Andrew Marr sets off on an epic journey through 70,000 years of human history. Using dramatic reconstructions, documentary filming around the world and cutting-edge computer graphics, he reveals the decisive moments that shaped the world we live in today, telling stories we thought we knew and others we were never told.
This journey begins at Mepkin Abbey on the Cooper River before heading east to the Historic Hampton Plantation and then on to the coast, where it follows marshland and inlets before flying over the enormous Francis Marion National Forest.
This episode explores the history of Reverdy Road in Bermondsey, which has endured as an enclave of working-class respectability.
Archaeologist Dr Jago Cooper reveals the extraordinary history of some of South America's ancient civilizations. Exploring spectacular ruins and investigating the truth behind legends that surround these fascinating cultures, Dr Cooper journeys through Peru, Bolivia and Colombia.
Sex is everywhere. But what if something stood in the way of your experiencing a fulfilling sex life? This extraordinary documentary takes a candid look at the sex lives of four disabled individuals. Warm, funny and extraordinary in the range and scope of access, the program explores the different ways disabled people deal with the barriers they sometimes face in trying to fulfil that most basic human need - sexual intimacy.
For over 30,000 years, the desert people of central Australia had walked their lands, their life governed by ancient and immutable laws laid down by the totemic ancestors and their Dreamings.
Take the edge of your seat, buckle up, and hang on because the team is Driving This Crazy and solving three car crimes from Hollywood!
For the first time on television God in The Lodge examines an aspect of Australian politics often overlooked: the religious beliefs that have shaped and driven our prime ministers. This week Compass takes a look at Australia's leaders from 1966 to 2014, including John Gorton, William McMahon, Gough Whitlam, Paul Keating, Julia Gillard, Kevin Rudd and Tony Abbott.