Julia explores Kherson, a town in regional Ukraine still largely unchanged since Soviet times, then visits tourist playground Odessa. Julia takes a look around Kherson, a working-class town in southern Ukraine. It's old and crumbling, unlike the postcard-friendly scenes of Kyiv.
The government adopts the slogan "populate or perish" after World War II and immigration changes the face of Australia. This influx of labour, as well as the diversification of the economy, delivers increasing prosperity. National identity is embraced, but Indigenous people face racism and discrimination, and their children are removed, creating the stolen generations.
As personal scandal threatens his marriage and looming nuclear war undermines his administration, President John F Kennedy must fight to protect the presidency, the country, and the world.
Visit the Dolphin Research Centre in sunny Florida Keys and its team of volunteers as they look after and educate the wider community about marine welfare and dolphins.
Julia discovers Ukraine's traditional culture, and revisits her own origins. Julia explores the quirkier side of Kyiv, discovering its wide-reaching cultural influences in its food and landmarks. But to really learn about Ukraine's cultural heritage, she attends the Pirogovo Folk Festival at a large-scale outdoor museum. She enjoys traditional Ukrainian singing, dancing, music, and arts and crafts, and chats to an eccentric festival volunteer.
Sport and comedy offer some relief from the hunger and hopelessness of the Great Depression - at least until war breaks out. Australia sends troops to Europe to fight beside Britain, but when Japan invades Pearl Harbor, the nation turns to America for protection and pulls troops out of the Middle East. Fighting reaches Darwin.
The special needs work at the Dolphin Research Centre; a look at life on board the Stenella; the difficulties of field work; and Stan Kuczaj's dolphin personality study.
Despite attempts by his friends, loved ones and his new girlfriend to dissuade him, in 2017 Alex Honnold defied death to set a new climbing record.
Through gut-wrenching interviews, this program crafts a portrait of sustained exploitation, deception and complicated feelings that have led two men to tell their story of abuse by Michael Jackson.
Julia visits a monastery famous for its artists-in-residence, and learns about the changing role of women in Ukrainian society. Julia visits the Lavra Caves Monastery, Kyiv's major tourist attraction, where she meets several artists in residence. She sits for a portrait in traditional dress, learns about paintings used for worship, and discovers the challenges of creating art in a commercial world.
This series launches with footage of the amazing abilities of the 17 dolphins at Dolphin Research Centre, including dolphins using a paint brush to paint a picture.
The series launches with footage of the amazing abilities of the 17 dolphins at Dolphin Research Center including dolphins using a paint brush to paint a picture.
This episode charts the story of the nation from 1897 to 1929 as agriculture transforms the land. Explorer Douglas Mawson, swimmer Annette Kellerman and the men fighting under Britain in World War I become the new nation's first heroes.