Find out how tequila, waterbeds, flip flops and silver are made.
Find out how dial thermometers, hummus, spent fuel containers and straw sombreros are made.
In the final episode of the series we soar into the skies with the world's first ladyboy airline: PC Air, the latest venture from Peter Chan, Thailand's eccentric answer to Richard Branson. When recruiting staff Chan received more than 100 applications from ladyboys, and in an industry first, he chose to judge their applications on merit just like any other job seeker. With Chan investing over AUD$6 million in his new business, he hopes his faith in the transgender community, and the four ladyboy stewardesses he hired, will be rewarded.
The west of Ireland is one of the most spectacularly beautiful coastlines in the world and for one glorious summer it is home away from home for marine biologist Monty Halls and his enthusiastic dog Reuben.
This is a whimsical, slightly risque but also serious exploration of the taboo subject of female masturbation. The film interviews women of all ages about their own personal stories and practices. It also looks at the history of female sexuality, along with the marketing of the vibrator to women in the 20th century, as well as the tragic issue of genital mutilation and its disastrous consequences.
A 19-year-old is flown in with a possible penile fracture following a canal barge accident, and while his parents make jokes to try to lighten the atmosphere, the injury could have serious repercussions for his future.
This is the story of a meth addict, an alcoholic and the doctors on a mission to save them. Their friends and families are determined to see that they get help ... but will they choose to take it?
Have you ever wondered how things are made? From adhesive bandages to contact lenses, find out how many of the everyday objects we use become the things they are.
The powerful 70-ton Abrams M1 tank is regularly stripped and refurbished at a US army factory, after several months in combat operations. Learn how the entire process to repair this monster is carried out.
In episode 5, Laura (38) has been overweight for as long as she can remember. At her heaviest Laura weighed 197kgs and was walking with two sticks, had an asthma condition and was on a myriad of prescription drugs. Laura's weight spiralled out of control when she was sexually assaulted in her home. Laura has had enough and is about to undergo gastric bypass surgery. She has been committed to a strict regime to prepare for this life-changing procedure.
In a journey that takes him from the casinos of Las Vegas to Buddhist monasteries in the foothills of the Himalayas, Richard Dawkins examines how both religious and non-religious people struggle to find meaning in their lives.
In episode four, Cherry goes on a quest to find out how prejudiced people are in today's politically correct world. Are they as open-minded as they like to think they are? Or are intolerance and bigotry still rife in the UK?
Every year nearly 600 million customers flock to 296 IKEA stores in 36 countries. From teaspoons to living rooms, see how the entire contents of a home are created in a huge variety of styles.
This episode, we find out how surgical instruments, ketchup, double-decker buses and walking sticks are made.
Right in the heart of Dublin, the 48 acre Guinness factory races against the clock to roast, brew, bottle and ship more than one million pints of the world's most popular dark beer every year.
Week five in Hollywood for the six Aussie actors seeking fame and fortune. Alycia is excited. Not only has she scored the lead in a feature film after only being in Hollywood for a few short weeks, but she is now about to be flown to Canada to meet the director.
Find out how audio vacuum tubes, light bars, wood model aircraft and metal snare drums are made.