Eyes from around the globe have been focused on the vibrant country of Brazil throughout the 2014 FIFA World Cup. But away from the bright stadium lights and passionate football fans is a different side of Brazil, but with just as much action. This brand new documentary series Wild Brazil brings some of the country's most iconic species to the screens in a fresh and exciting way, showcasing never-before-filmed behaviour, and giving amazing insights into their personalities and relationships.
This intimate journey into the heart of Brazil concludes. A fierce drought ensues, culminating in huge and ferocious fires. The capuchin monkeys, giant otters, coatis and jaguars are proving their extreme survival skills while looking for mates and racing to breed to ensure that the next generation are born just as the good times arrive again.
The 'Cannon Ball Ice Dude' racked up 2 million views on YouTube with his attempt to jump into a frozen pool. We break down the science behind what went wrong.
A reflection on love, sacrifice, and the creative spirit, this candid New York story explores the chaotic 40-year marriage of renowned "boxing" painter Ushio Shinohara and his artist wife, Noriko.
Have you ever woken up in a cold sweat because you're catching a plane in the morning? Have you had to be pushed and cajoled through security by your friends? Have you ever sat on board sobbing in terror before grabbing your hand baggage and running for the door just as it closes? For most people, catching a plane is like catching a bus - another way of getting from A to B. But for one in five of us flying is a living hell - the most dangerous way to travel.
The Life Series returns with two compelling new episodes as eight Australian children negotiate life in the rapidly changing world of late childhood, in the crucial few years before adolescence begins. The Life kids are part of a scientific and social experiment and have been filmed since their first year of life - the public face of a pioneering study of 10,000 Australian children.
This year marks the 150th anniversary of the birth of Richard Strauss, one of the greatest of all German composers, whose work straddled the end of Romanticism and the beginning of the modernist era. Strauss wrote some of the most beguiling music for the female voice and created some of the most forceful female characters in operatic history. This biography tells the story of his relationships, particularly with his wife and muse, Pauline.
Self-esteem is high on the agenda. The mums are desperate to get their old bodies back, while the dads get to show off their skills in the babysitting department... with mixed results.
Air Aces is the groundbreaking series that tells the stories of the most heroic airborne combat missions in history. Using real vintage aircrafts, the series films the impossible by re-creating mid-air combat sequences.
The Castration Cure is a shocking and honest film examining the legal castration of child sex offenders in the USA, in a bid to rehabilitate them.
Explores the real people and events behind Helen Garner's groundbreaking debut novel Monkey Grip and the impact it had on Australia's artistic, political and cultural identity.
Salt Lake City is the home of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and one of the safest cities in the US. But behind its idyllic veneer, the city is in the grip of a drug epidemic.
Parasites are ruthless, single-minded and above all devious. To become the most prolific life forms in the world takes a degree of cunning that others can only marvel at. Meet the most deceptive parasites on the planet, the Masters of Disguise.
By June 1917, the soldiers have reached the breaking point. They want it to end. They want to go home. On the home front and behind the lines, anger seethes as hunger stalks the population.
David Adams follows ancient trade routes that today cross the Badlands of Afghanistan, to discover the treasured resources Alexander and the Greeks found in the east and took back to the west.
With his advance in the Soviet Union stalled, Hitler orders his army to advance on Stalingrad - but Stalin orders that the city be defended at all costs. Despite staggering losses, the Soviet forces survive the onslaught, and Hitler suffers his first defeat of the war - and loses an entire Army in the process.
In this compelling special investigation, forensic expert Dr Xanthe Mallett meets the women found guilty of murdering their own children and examines what makes them commit the ultimate betrayal.
In this Toy Stories special James puts Meccano to the ultimate test and thrusts it into the world of speed, skill and endurance. Accompanied by faithful engineer Sim and the rest of the Toy Stories team, James ventures to try and build the world's first motorbike built and powered out of Meccano.
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