This documentary is about the life, wrongful conviction and eventual release of Clarence Elkins who was accused of raping and murdering his mother-in-law and raping his six-year-old niece in a small town in Ohio, US, in 1998. His wife Melinda spent all her money fighting for eight years to prove that police had the wrong man.
Pria Viswalingam journeys to Kenya and meets the four main groups of people who live there: the Bantu-speaking majority; the Indians, who control the economy; the remnants of the white planters and the Nilots, or Nomadic tribes, which include the legendary Masai.
A six-part reality series examining the phenomenon of Generation Y adults who have never left home, and the Baby Boomer parents who let them stay. Three families with adult children are challenged to find out how ready they are to live separately.
On tonight's show, Susan Sarandon locates the Tuscan village her great-grandfather called home.
This series of short documentaries presents biographical accounts of Australian personalities, both past and present, drawn from various facets of Australian life. Today: Doctor Victor Chang.
We look at dramatic world events which define the 20th Century. This episode explores the rough and tumble world of American politics. From the assassination of it's youngest ever leader, John F Kennedy to the disgrace and expulsion of its most successful election winner, Richard M Nixon. The stories of two men destined for disaster were entwined as they fought a bitter battle for the presidency in 1960.
During this episode, von Hagens dissects a man and a woman in front of a live audience to reveal their reproductive systems.
This four-part series dissects the largest animals on the planet to uncover their evolutionary secrets. Experts in comparative anatomy, evolution and behaviour put some of the most popular and enigmatic large animals under the knife. Veterinary scientist, Mark Evans, interprets their findings, biologist Simon Watts tests the animals' physiology in the field and Richard Dawkins traces back the animals' place on the tree of life.
The German army launched Operation Barbarossa, the invasion of the East, with supreme confidence in its own superiority. High Command was sure that victory would come as quickly and as easily as in France.
This entertaining 8-part series explores the essence of motherhood. Presented by stand-up comedian A.J Rochester and journalist Rebecca Le Tourneau, each episode involves six women discussing their own experiences of motherhood.
December 2006 saw Britain's biggest manhunt since the search for the Yorkshire Ripper. It all began with the discovery of the bodies of five murdered women in scattered locations near Ipswich in Suffolk. All of the murder victims had been working as prostitutes in Ipswich's red light district.
We look at dramatic world events which define the 20th Century. This episode explores the launch of the atomic age and how it was originally foreseen as clean, cheap and efficient power in the 1940s and 50s. No one had even considered the possibility of an accidental nuclear disaster.
Rick Stein's epic culinary journey continues as he explores Malaysia and Sri Lanka. Rick is spoilt for choice as he explores the multi-faceted food of Penang, an appealing mix of indigenous Malay, Indian and Chinese with a bit of British charm thrown in.
The Future Makers tells the story of key Australians who are leading the way on the world stage in renewable energy. The program explores the vision of these leaders and follows them as their projects unfold. Watch as people create solutions that won't cost the earth.
The jury pronounces Beau Maestas' sentence on the same day that jury selection is to begin for his sister Monique's trial. As she works on the most troubling case of her career, Special Public Defender Alzora Jackson counsels Monique as she would one of her own daughters. A plea bargain will save the young woman from life without the possibility of parole, but the conditions demanded by District Attorney Roger may be more than Monique is willing to accept.
Can you start an avalanche by yodelling? Previous episodes have shown that the human voice can shatter a glass and extinguish a flame. Grant, Tory and Kari intend to test whether a tongue put against a freezing metal pole will actually stick to it. No one is game to do it live, so they build a model tongue and give it a go; Driving on ice. Is it better to drive in reverse because it gives the tyres better traction? The experiment shows that driving in reverse gives a car 40% more traction. They look at a front wheel drive, a rear wheel drive and a four-wheel drive to test this myth.
This episode of Australian Story centres on a case that could have stepped straight from the pages of an Agatha Christie novel. It concerns a peaceful Queensland rural community; a group of passionate beekeepers; and the murder of a popular local man called Tony Knight. When the police forensic investigation gets underway it uncovers not just the secrets of a killer, but some completely unexpected family history as well.
With 17 children to the same two parents, the Waks family is one of the largest in Australia. Everyday life in the Waks household is a logistical challenge of monumental proportions. There are two minibuses to move the family around and the kitchen in its suburban Melbourne home has five ovens for kosher cooking. The family follows an orthodox form of Judaism. School, work, synagogue and socialising all take place within a tight-knight Jewish community.
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