Step back in time to explore the evolution of the relationship between television and politics. Retrace some of the biggest stories from the past 50 years for insights into how Australia has adapted to technology and society.
Have you ever wondered how things are made? Find out how the everyday objects people use become the things they are.
In the finale of his two-part event, Derren looks at the psychology of religious belief, performs a satanic rite and attempts to induce a 'religious experience' in a self-styled atheist.
Louis Theroux spends time with a small and very committed subculture of ultra-nationalist Jewish settlers in the occupied territories in the West Bank and East Jerusalem. Louis wants to understand the lives of people who put both themselves and their families in danger, and also seem ready to attract the criticism of the rest of the world, in order to plant the flag for a bigger Israel that will encompass new lands. In this program, Louis joins pioneer settlers who claim new hilltops for Jewish occupation and also spends time with those who live cheek by jowl with Palestinians in Hebron and East Jerusalem. He discovers a group of people who consider it their religious and political obligation to populate some of the most sensitive and disputed areas of the West Bank, especially those with a spiritual significance dating back to the Bible. Throughout his journey, Louis gets close to the people most involved with driving the extreme end of the Jewish settler movement - finding them warm, friendly, humorous, and deeply troubling.
In his final journey to explore what our taste says about us, Perry lives amongst the upper classes of the Cotswolds in Gloucestershire where he meets The Marquess of Bath and Longleat and bohemian Detmar Blow.
In this episode, Morgan visits the Animals Asia Foundation in Vietnam where he uncovers the brutal practice of farming moon bears.
A portrait of Pulitzer prize-winner Art Spiegelman who was a major figure in the underground comics movement of the 1960s and '70s.
A fascinating look at the real 'Mad Men' - and women - behind some of the most memorable advertising campaigns of the past half-century. The program reveals the work and wisdom of some of the most influential advertising creatives of our time - people who've profoundly impacted our culture, yet are virtually unknown outside their industry.
In this episode, Morgan tours some of China's breathtaking and iconic limestone caste peaks and rivers.
The deep sea - which gets darker till no more sunlight penetrates at about a kilometre depth and ever colder closer to the bottom of the ocean - covers most of the planet and is, thus, by far the largest habitat on earth, yet, it has been explored less than space.
Find out how the following are made: retractable ballpoint pens; solar salt; tubas.
On the 6th of June 1944, tens of thousands of Allied troops landed on the coast of Normandy in the largest amphibious operation ever. For many of the young US soldiers, this war against the Nazis seemed almost like an adventure. What lay in store for them was bloody carnage on the beaches of France. This program meticulously records the sequence of events by means of original footage, photos, documents and interviews with survivors.
Pattaya is known as Thailand's Sin city and at night the streets are filled with Ladyboys. For some, days are spent living the life of a man but when night comes, the sequins and glitter of the stage are what really bring her to life.
Find out how the following are made: air boats; onions; 3-D metal printing; curved cabinet doors.
Marine biologist Monty Halls is back in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland, living the good life and working as a volunteer wildlife ranger in the Outer Hebrides. As November starts, Monty realises that he has loads of work to do and little time left.
Protest in the movies of the 1980s: brave filmmakers spoke truth to power. American independent director John Sayles talks exclusively about these years. In Beijing, Chinese cinema blossomed before the Tiananmen crackdown. In the Soviet Union, the past wells up in astonishing films, and master director Krzysztof Kieslowski emerges in Poland.