Growing up in war-torn Yugoslavia, Milos Karadagli from Montenegro discovered a battered guitar in his parents' bedroom and after realising his natural talent declared that he wanted to take this instrument out of hibernation. Heartstrings tells the story of Karadagli love affair with the guitar, taking it to concert halls around the world and restoring it to its rightful place in the pantheon of classical music.
Rural Health Education Foundation delivers topical, high quality, evidence-based educational programs enriched by the voluntary participation of the best health and medical experts in Australia.
This is the story of how hummingbirds became the ultimate creatures of the air. Hummingbirds live at the limits of what is possible. They have the highest metabolism of any vertebrate, with a heart rate of 1,200 beats per minute. Their wings beat 50 times a second. They can hover on the spot, even fly backwards. To our eyes, they are just a blur. But with the aid of high speed cameras we can slow down their hyperactive lives and look into their secret world.
How does a dictator live? What is daily life like for a monster in power? From when he wakes up to when he sleeps, what goes on in the life of a person who will decide the fate of millions of people?
Adam Shaw travels to New York to meet globally renowned economist Jeffrey Sachs to discuss the challenge we face in securing our food supply in the decades ahead.
Alyssa conceived a baby for her best friend Crystal to adopt, but worries the adoption will ruin their friendship. Afraid the baby's father will abandon her again, Jennie considers placing her third child up for adoption.
Dawn Clifford, co-owner of Emerald Pathway Wellness Center, tends to a cannabis plant at her grow. Emerald Pathway faces the threat of closure if an upcoming ballot initiative succeeds in imposing a ban on dispensaries in Fort Collins.
Koalas spend a massive 19 hours a day sleeping off a diet of tough and toxic eucalypt leaves. However, they make up for this indolence by packing the remaining five hours with sex, punch ups and misadventure. Narrated by Shane Jacobson (Time Of Our Lives, Kenny), Koalas: Slow Life In The Fast Lane showcases the amazing dynamics within one extended family of koalas, told from the point of view of its youngest member, newborn joey Bruce.
World-renowned astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson explores how natural selection has sculpted the exquisitely complex human eye out of a microscopic patch of pigment.
Jono Lancaster (Love Me, Love My Face), 26, has always been different. Born with a genetic condition, Treacher Collins syndrome, Jono was given up for adoption at just 36 hours old. His lack of cheekbones and facial abnormality horrified his parents so much, that on attempting to contact them in 2009, he was rejected once again, being told that they desired no further contact, now or ever.
Nans and Mouts, two intrepid adventurers, face and unlikely challenge: to cross the country in order to reach their destination in the heart of one of France's most picturesque regions. The complication? They start the journey naked and will depend on the hospitality and generosity of everyone they meet along the way
From the safety of captivity to the remote Tasmanian wilderness, 15 Tasmanian devils set off on an extraordinary adventure to save their species from extinction and change the course of Australian wildlife history during this documentary series.
Going behind the headlines to give you the definitive answers to your health questions. Can you be fat and fit? Could you improve your health by staying in bed longer? Should we all be taking an aspirin pill to help us live longer?
Michael Mosley is joined by a team of doctors who use their expertise to get to the bottom all those health claims. Chris van Tulleken examines what diseases lurk on Britain's hands; Saleyha Ahsan has some simple tips that could allow you to save a life; and Gabriel Weston witnesses brain surgery without a knife.
A documentary that explores the events that led up to January 26, 1988. A grassroots mobilisation of communities throughout Australia gathered in Sydney proclaiming, White Australia had a Black History.
In the tranquil south-east of Tasmania, Neil Oliver probes Port Arthur's harsh penal history. Brendan Moar examines the dramatic grip of lighthouse life on a remote Island.
Louis Theroux visits Central Valley, California, home to some of the most impoverished rural towns in America, where crystal-meth addiction is among the most prolific in the USA. In Fresno, Louis finds a community ravaged by this cheap and highly addictive drug. It is hard to find anyone whose life hasn't been touched by this drug in one way or another.
Atlanta's Metro State Prison is the first stop for women doing time in Georgia, and the toughest prison in the state. The prison serves a dual purpose: introducing new offenders into Georgia's paramilitary system through marching, drills, and boot-camp style discipline, while also housing the state's most dangerous inmates: lifers, violent offenders, and rule breakers who continually buck the system.
The third episode of Devil Island follows the 15 captive-reared Tasmanian devils on their first night of freedom on Maria Island off the coast of Tasmania. But how will the committed herbivores on the island cope with the new 15 hungry, carnivorous hunters?
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