Yellowstone National Park is one of the most dangerous geological features on Earth.
Internationally acclaimed contemporary artist, Hiroshi Sugimoto, has continued to surprise the world with his discoveries of hidden beauty through the camera lens, presenting them through meticulous compositions on photographic paper.
A California man investigates hookworms as a way to cure his allergies, but there is just one problem no lab is willing to sell him any.
This program explores the way in which Benjamin Britten's pacifist beliefs developed and informed so many of his compositions from the mid-1940s onwards, culminating in the War Requiem.
The youth of any society represent its future. Unfortunately, a large number do not have access to the necessary tools to help them reach their full potential. However some are working to ensure a better future.
Aboriginals come from all over Australia to compete in a unique and colourful event: the annual Indigenous surfing contest at Fingal on the East Coast. This film is a lively and uplifting look at the positive steps taken by an indigenous community as it strives to achieve cultural continuity for future generations.
Julia's Bradbury's final walk takes her to the remote north-west corner of South Africa.
Desert War is an exciting, insightful and subtly revisionist account of one of the most celebrated campaigns of the Second World War. Centred on the siege of Tobruk and the battle for El Alamein, this 2-part series peels back the official history to reveal jaw-dropping personal stories from the front lines, brought to life in searing drama documentary footage.
This story of music, faith and heroism focuses on the Brunswick Salvation Army Band whose fate in World War II is one of the most tragic and little told episodes of Australia's wartime history.
In this episode, Julia ups the ante as she prepares to head out on foot in one of the world's most famous game reserves.
One of the most brilliant generals of World War I and an architect of Anzac Day, Sir John Monash helped create the Anzac legend by ensuring the courage of his men was enshrined in Australian history. Today he is all but forgotten. Monash - The Forgotten Anzac explores the character and achievements of an extraordinary figure in Australian history, the battles he fought both on and off the battlefield, and the prejudice he overcame to help win a war. (TEACHERS NOTES AVAILABLE)
In the final episode of this three part series, Bronte is found and Allan confronts the man who was with her. The camping trip is abandoned and Allan turns his attention to Bronte's problems. The other kids are starting to respond to treatment and revealing the traumas that haunt them.
The Forgotten examines the prejudice faced by Aboriginal and Torres Strait soldiers in the armed forces and the honour they felt representing their nation.
Africa is one of the world's fast-growing economic regions, yet belief in the powers of witchcraft is as strong as ever. Every year, thousands of human rights abuses are committed across Africa in the name of witchcraft, and the targets are invariably the continent's poorest and most vulnerable people.
In this era when the number of consumer products available has exceeded the total number of species in nature, we have to ask ourselves just how far we should go in this reckless race of ceaselessly producing and buying goods?
Julia moves to the interior for her second walk and the grandest mountain range in southern Africa, the Drakensberg.
I Think I'm an Animal reveals the world of people who feel they're an animal born in a human body. Joined by a belief system and a growing internet presence, these 'Otherkin' are meeting and forming relationships.
This third episode follows inmates and prison officials as they struggle to set the rules inside these walls. In here, the battlefield shifts daily, and control can give way to chaos at any time. This is the inmates' home - and they want it on their terms. But the administration sees it differently: when convicts are in charge, lives are at stake.