This is the epic tale of the rise of civilisation. The Story of All of Us is not names and dates history; there will be danger, action, struggle, heroism and adrenaline.
This week's program concludes the story of Australia II's epic quest to win the America's Cup and end the longest winning streak in sporting history.
The historic town of Richmond is the starting point for the longest section of Julia Bradbury's adventure.
Jamie and Adam set out to test the theory that WWI trenches were designed with sharp right-angles in order to reduce the impact of an explosive shockwave, while Kari, Grant, and Tory test the hypothesis that a passenger in a car stuffed with helium balloons will survive a crash due to the balloons simulating an airbag.
Three mates with their own individual skills deconstruct history by reconstructing the devices that made it. This fun, lively and fast paced 'hands on history' show reveals a surprising amount of insight into the past.
In this new four-part series, renowned physicist Brian Greene reveals a mind-boggling reality beneath the surface of our everyday world.
Every day, millions of creatures are born into a life on the march, on the wing, on the run. From the tiniest butterflies to the largest wildebeest, these migrants lives hinge on the ability to get up and go.
The chance discovery of a beautiful golden raft in a South American cave could be proof that the mythical city of gold, El Dorado, did exist. But if it is the link to the city's location, could it also lead to its legendary riches?
A story of survival and success: Jewish families who lost everything in WW2 and rebuilt their lives from scratch here in Australia. Compass features three families who combined their fashion skills with a fierce to determination to survive. The Weinreichs established a multi-million dollar bridal gown business. Cobbler brothers Morris and Adam Perkal, now in their 90s, are still making shoes for the rich, famous and physically disabled. And, Anna Reich, a Schindler's list survivor, is a retired fashionista.
What does it take to have a say about an environmental controversy raging outside your own front door? The residents of Sydney's Botany are about to find out as they attempt to find a sane solution to a dire environmental threat - 60,000 barrels of highly toxic waste in their midst.
Meet modern-day treasure hunter Drew Pritchard. With demanding customers, high turnover, and one of the biggest decorative salvage yards in the UK, Drew is constantly on the road in search of derelict gems and forgotten remnants.
The fourth stage of Julia Bradbury's journey is entirely devoted to one great valley, Swaledale in Yorkshire.
Adam Ford heads to the small NSW town of Gunning where he investigates a home that played a key role in the history of rogue bushrangers.
This episode looks at the peak of the dictator's popularity in Germany throughout the 1930s and his decision to invade France in 1940. In Nuremburg, hundreds of thousands gathered to pay homage to him, filling the streets in celebration of a leader who had convinced them they were a superior race and would accomplish great things.
Hugh Dennis and Julia Bradbury visit the Highlands of Scotland, Britain's wildest and oldest landscape.
Julia Bradbury sets off across the Eden Valley, a sparse land today but full of signs of ancient and uncertain human habitation.
A busy night shift sees a series of men admitted with various problems. Father-of-six Stacey is experiencing breathing difficulties, but his demanding attitude appears to mask a vulnerability.