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Can't Get The Staff
46:55

Can't Get The Staff

Episode 1  |  Lifestyle Channel  |  June 30, 2017
The cameras venture behind Britain's poshest homes to explore how the cream of society handle their domestic staff. Princess Olga Romanoff hires a 'garden boy' while renowned ...

The cameras venture behind Britain's poshest homes to explore how the cream of society handle their domestic staff. Princess Olga Romanoff hires a 'garden boy' while renowned hostess Lady Colin Campbell seeks a butler.

Frantic Family Rescue
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Frantic Family Rescue

ABC  |  June 30, 2017
Can three busy families turn around their lives - from stressed and hectic, to happy and unhurried - in just four weeks with the help of slow-movement ambassador Carl Honore?

Can three busy families turn around their lives - from stressed and hectic, to happy and unhurried - in just four weeks with the help of slow-movement ambassador Carl Honore?

Totally Wild
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Totally Wild: Thrill Seekers

Season 24  |  Episode 98  |  ELEVEN  |  June 30, 2017
Ready, super sleuths? We're on a mission to solve a few mysteries. How magic works, the secret life of cats and what to feed an alligator.

Ready, super sleuths? We're on a mission to solve a few mysteries. How magic works, the secret life of cats and what to feed an alligator.

The Universe
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The Universe: Our Place In The Milky Way

Season 6  |  Episode 9  |  The History Channel  |  June 29, 2017
Looking beyond the borders of our solar system, what's nearby in our galaxy? How do the other objects in our local area influence life on Earth?

Looking beyond the borders of our solar system, what's nearby in our galaxy? How do the other objects in our local area influence life on Earth?

Filthy Rich and Homeless
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Filthy Rich and Homeless: Live

Season 1  |  Episode 4  |  SBS  |  June 29, 2017
A special live studio program hosted by Indira Naidoo and Tom Ballard, which sees participants, community members and experts discuss the deeply complex issue of homelessness.

A special live studio program hosted by Indira Naidoo and Tom Ballard, which sees participants, community members and experts discuss the deeply complex issue of homelessness.

Filthy Rich and Homeless
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Filthy Rich and Homeless

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  SBS  |  June 29, 2017
Five wealthy volunteers now reach the end of the social experiment, where the final stage sees the group discover what it's like to live in Australia's crisis accommodation.

Five wealthy volunteers now reach the end of the social experiment, where the final stage sees the group discover what it's like to live in Australia's crisis accommodation.

The World's Most Luxurious Ship
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The World's Most Luxurious Ship

Seven  |  June 29, 2017
Follow a team of shipyard workers over 18 months as they battle to transform thousands of sheets of steel into a floating palace of luxury, designed to attract the world's ...

Follow a team of shipyard workers over 18 months as they battle to transform thousands of sheets of steel into a floating palace of luxury, designed to attract the world's richest travellers.

The Lockerbie Bombing
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The Lockerbie Bombing

SBS  |  June 28, 2017
Dateline presents this documentary special about the Lockerbie bombing. At 7.02 pm on Wednesday December 21, 1988, a device inside Pan Am flight 103's Boeing 747 detonated at ...

Dateline presents this documentary special about the Lockerbie bombing. At 7.02 pm on Wednesday December 21, 1988, a device inside Pan Am flight 103's Boeing 747 detonated at 31,000 feet killing all 259 people on board and a further 11 on the ground. Suddenly the eyes of the world were on the sleepy town of Lockerbie as it became witness and victim to one of the worst terrorist attacks in history. This emotional documentary on the Lockerbie bombing, pieces together the experience of the relatives and those involved in the investigation to examine a crime that linked two countries together in tragedy and changed the way we would travel forever.

Anh's Brush With Fame
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Anh's Brush With Fame: Fiona Wood

ABC  |  June 28, 2017
Anh paints burns specialist and 2005 Australian of the Year Fiona Wood. The daughter of a Yorkshire miner became one of our greatest medical minds and inspires Anh with her ...

Anh paints burns specialist and 2005 Australian of the Year Fiona Wood. The daughter of a Yorkshire miner became one of our greatest medical minds and inspires Anh with her enthusiasm and optimism.

Filthy Rich and Homeless
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Filthy Rich and Homeless

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  SBS  |  June 28, 2017
Five wealthy volunteers have faced some of the realities of homelessness in Australia after spending two days and nights sleeping rough on the streets of Melbourne. In the ...

Five wealthy volunteers have faced some of the realities of homelessness in Australia after spending two days and nights sleeping rough on the streets of Melbourne. In the next stage of the social experiment, host Indira Naidoo and expert Dr Catherine Robinson reveal the participants are returning to the street, but this time paired with a buddy: a rough sleeper who calls the city streets home. Will personal connections with the rough sleepers see the volunteers' perspectives begin to change?

Brother No.2
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Brother No.2

NITV  |  June 28, 2017
Almost 2 million Cambodians died between 1975 and 1979 under the cruel and bloody regime of the Khmer Rouge, leaving the country scarred and devastated. This moving ...

Almost 2 million Cambodians died between 1975 and 1979 under the cruel and bloody regime of the Khmer Rouge, leaving the country scarred and devastated. This moving documentary gives voice to some of the survivors from that period. Also featured is a key interview with Nuon Chea, otherwise known as Brother No. 2, Pol Pot's right-hand man.

Terror
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Terror: Tehrik I Taliban Pakistan

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  SBS VICELAND  |  June 27, 2017
Pakistan's military is blurring moral lines as it adopts increasingly brutal tactics to crack down on the country's most notorious terrorist group: Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan.

Pakistan's military is blurring moral lines as it adopts increasingly brutal tactics to crack down on the country's most notorious terrorist group: Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan.

Face Of Britain By Simon Schama
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Face Of Britain By Simon Schama: The Look Of Love

Episode 4  |  Arts  |  June 27, 2017
Simon Schama explores how love portraits allow us to fulfil our craving to keep the ones we love close to us. By fixing their faces in time, we can defy separation, distance, ...

Simon Schama explores how love portraits allow us to fulfil our craving to keep the ones we love close to us. By fixing their faces in time, we can defy separation, distance, time, even death. Beginning with the extraordinary story of Sir Kenelm Digby's attempts to bring his beloved wife Venetia back to life through a series of breathtaking portraits, the film explores the images at the centre of some of our most compelling love stories - the portrait miniatures that were instrumental in the love affair between the Prince of Wales and Maria Fitzherbert, and Thomas Gainsborough's portrait of his daughters that reveals the power of art made for love not money. Schama will explore Charles Dodgson's, otherwise known as Lewis Carroll's, attempts to stop time in his photographs of Alice Liddell, and Dante Gabriel Rossetti's use of portraiture to possess Jane Morris, the wife of his business partner William Morris. Francis Bacon's posthumous portraits of his lover George Dyer and the final photograph of John Lennon and Yoko Ono, taken hours before his death, show the power of portraiture to immortalise love.

Great Continental Railway Journeys
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Great Continental Railway Journeys: Haifa To The Negev Desert

Season 3  |  Episode 5  |  The History Channel  |  June 27, 2017
Michael Portillo embarks on a nostalgic railway adventure, which takes him across the heart of Europe.

Michael Portillo embarks on a nostalgic railway adventure, which takes him across the heart of Europe.

Filthy Rich and Homeless
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Filthy Rich and Homeless

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  SBS  |  June 27, 2017
For five wealthy volunteers, homelessness will become a terrifying reality. After handing in their phones and wallets, they change into secondhand clothing and are given a ...

For five wealthy volunteers, homelessness will become a terrifying reality. After handing in their phones and wallets, they change into secondhand clothing and are given a sleeping bag. Rain's forecast and temperatures are dropping fast; the participants are dropped in different locations with no money in their pockets and nowhere to sleep. Participants: Tim Guest, Kayla Fenech, Jellaine Dee, Stu Laundy, and Christian Wilkins are guided by host Indira Naidoo and homelessness expert Dr Catherine Robinson.

Totally Wild
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Totally Wild: Checking Up

Season 24  |  Episode 97  |  ELEVEN  |  June 27, 2017
Class roll call. Sharks and puppies - present! Extreme stunts - absolutely! Pooping penguins - we are on the case!

Class roll call. Sharks and puppies - present! Extreme stunts - absolutely! Pooping penguins - we are on the case!

Totally Wild
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Totally Wild: Adventure Calling

Season 24  |  Episode 96  |  ELEVEN  |  June 26, 2017
When adventure knocks, who you going to call? Us of course! We are on the case with firefighters, skaters, cassowaries and mountain biking.

When adventure knocks, who you going to call? Us of course! We are on the case with firefighters, skaters, cassowaries and mountain biking.

Paris
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Paris

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  SBS  |  June 26, 2017
Alice Ardent is distraught over the disappearance of Clement. With the help of Alexia, Clement finds his biological mother Coline, a drug addict who is very upset by his ...

Alice Ardent is distraught over the disappearance of Clement. With the help of Alexia, Clement finds his biological mother Coline, a drug addict who is very upset by his return. Yvon Penmarch learns of the death of his second son, killed in Mali, while Cathy prepares for the strike without suspecting that it is being orchestrated by an opponent of the prime minister.

Australian Story
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Australian Story: Shooting For The Stars

ABC  |  June 26, 2017
When Mayor Chagai was six years old he fled civil war in South Sudan, becoming one of Africa's "lost boys". In 2006 he came to Australia as a refugee, 19 years old and ...

When Mayor Chagai was six years old he fled civil war in South Sudan, becoming one of Africa's "lost boys". In 2006 he came to Australia as a refugee, 19 years old and penniless. A decade later he is a community leader in western Sydney, drawing on his love of basketball to change the lives of young Sudanese men. Thursday nights in Blacktown used to be called "fight night" as young men from different ethnic groups clashed but Mayor realised sport could heal the trauma of war and keep wayward Sudanese youth out of trouble. He started a basketball program that is turning out the champions of tomorrow. American coaches regularly attend tournaments here to scout for talent and 14 of Mayor's players have been recruited to the US. But just as Mayor's efforts achieve international recognition, family responsibilities weigh heavily and without funding he fears he may have to abandon his program.

The Private Lives Of The Tudors
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The Private Lives Of The Tudors

Episode 2  |  The History Channel  |  June 26, 2017
Explore the private lives, loves and scandals of the Tudors, the most celebrated royal dynasty in history. It's a murky, mysterious mixture of sectarian cults, fanatical ...

Explore the private lives, loves and scandals of the Tudors, the most celebrated royal dynasty in history. It's a murky, mysterious mixture of sectarian cults, fanatical religious groups, esoteric societies and political militants - all of them seeking to shape and influence the world we know today.

Young Brides For Sale
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Young Brides For Sale

SBS VICELAND  |  June 25, 2017
Every spring, Bulgaria's 18,000-person Kalaidzhi Roma clan gathers for the controversial 'bride market', where young virgins are paraded in front of suitors who bid on them.

Every spring, Bulgaria's 18,000-person Kalaidzhi Roma clan gathers for the controversial 'bride market', where young virgins are paraded in front of suitors who bid on them.

The Putin Interviews
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The Putin Interviews

Episode 4  |  SBS  |  June 25, 2017
Oscar-winning writer-director Oliver Stone conducts a revealing series of interviews with Vladimir Putin, the enigmatic Russian president who has never before spoken at length ...

Oscar-winning writer-director Oliver Stone conducts a revealing series of interviews with Vladimir Putin, the enigmatic Russian president who has never before spoken at length or in detail to a Western interviewer. Prodded by Stone over the course of two years, Putin confronts a host of critical topics in candid detail, including his long-term grip on power, his personal relationships with Clinton, Bush, Obama and Trump, Edward Snowden's asylum in Moscow, as well as allegations of election meddling and fostering turmoil in Syria.

The World From Above
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The World From Above: Fort William To The Old Man Of Hoy

Season 6  |  Episode 6  |  The History Channel  |  June 25, 2017
From 3000m above the ground, explore breathtaking and spectacular landscapes and some of the most dramatic and beautiful sites from all around the globe.

From 3000m above the ground, explore breathtaking and spectacular landscapes and some of the most dramatic and beautiful sites from all around the globe.

The Mystery of Stonehenge
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The Mystery of Stonehenge

SBS  |  June 25, 2017
Stonehenge is a 5000-year-old mystery. Despite years of investigation, archaeologists can't agree about why or how this monument was built. The discovery of an ancient ...

Stonehenge is a 5000-year-old mystery. Despite years of investigation, archaeologists can't agree about why or how this monument was built. The discovery of an ancient mass-grave at Stonehenge is overturning all of these assumptions and suggesting that this iconic site began as a Neolithic graveyard.

Face Of Britain By Simon Schama
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Face Of Britain By Simon Schama: The Face Of Fame

Episode 3  |  Arts  |  June 25, 2017
Simon Schama looks at portraits of the famous and investigates what the celebrated faces of Britain's past and present tell us about our national character. From images of ...

Simon Schama looks at portraits of the famous and investigates what the celebrated faces of Britain's past and present tell us about our national character. From images of England's first national hero - the pirate Francis Drake - to iconic photographs of Princess Diana, he explores the popular craving for larger than life characters to populate our national story. Schama studies the fine line between fame and celebrity, visiting the country house of Stowe to see our first national portrait gallery of greats, and explores how actor David Garrick used his image to become our first genuine star of the stage. He shows how saucy depictions of 18th-century pin-up Kitty Fisher made her a public sensation and George Romney's obsessive depictions of Emma Hart turned her into the most recognised woman in Britain, helping her win the heart of national hero Horatio Nelson. Schama explains how fears that industrial Britain was losing its soul inspired the formation of the National Portrait Gallery and how the invention of cigarette cards put portraits of the famous into the palms of our hands. He looks at how the seductive photographs of Cecil Beaton fed our desire to stare into the lives of the rich and famous, while the tragic fate of Princess Diana leads him to consider the dark side of our collective addiction to famous faces.

The Ninth Floor
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The Ninth Floor

NITV  |  June 25, 2017
Director Mina Shum explores the complexity of activism in this program, a timely reminder of the importance of civil disobedience, particularly in times when governmental ...

Director Mina Shum explores the complexity of activism in this program, a timely reminder of the importance of civil disobedience, particularly in times when governmental powers go unchecked.

Secrets of the Manor House
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Secrets of the Manor House: Secrets Of Highclere Castle

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  The History Channel  |  June 25, 2017
Home of the Earl and Countess of Carnarvon, this castle is best-known as the setting for the immensely popular drama Downton Abbey. The enormous popularity of period costume ...

Home of the Earl and Countess of Carnarvon, this castle is best-known as the setting for the immensely popular drama Downton Abbey. The enormous popularity of period costume dramas set in the English countryside has led to huge interest in the real-life stories of the amazing homes that dot the landscape and often serve as the settings for these lush productions. This new five-part series explores four of the best-known and most-storied homes in England, and provides a primer for understanding the inner workings of the British manor houses in the early 20th century, revealing the gorgeous decor and furnishings of the homes as well as the incredibly rich history of their occupants.

Beyond the Big Bang
1:29:59

Beyond the Big Bang

The History Channel  |  June 25, 2017
A documentary that explores how humanity came to understand the universe and its origins in the Big Bang.

A documentary that explores how humanity came to understand the universe and its origins in the Big Bang.

Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown
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Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown: Senegal

Season 7  |  Episode 7  |  Discovery Channel  |  June 25, 2017
Tony heads to the West African nation of Senegal. A former French colony, it boasts upwards of 10 distinct ethnic groups, as well as being home to a 94 percent Islamic majority.

Tony heads to the West African nation of Senegal. A former French colony, it boasts upwards of 10 distinct ethnic groups, as well as being home to a 94 percent Islamic majority.

Rivals
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Rivals: Derby Beirut

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  SBS VICELAND  |  June 25, 2017
Lebanon is a nation defined by religious and political rivalry. When it comes to the courts, the game between the country's two best basketball clubs is no exception.

Lebanon is a nation defined by religious and political rivalry. When it comes to the courts, the game between the country's two best basketball clubs is no exception.

The Putin Interviews
55:51

The Putin Interviews

Episode 3  |  SBS  |  June 25, 2017
Oscar-winning writer-director Oliver Stone conducts a revealing series of interviews with Vladimir Putin, the enigmatic Russian president who has never before spoken at length ...

Oscar-winning writer-director Oliver Stone conducts a revealing series of interviews with Vladimir Putin, the enigmatic Russian president who has never before spoken at length or in detail to a Western interviewer. Prodded by Stone over the course of two years, Putin confronts a host of critical topics in candid detail, including his long-term grip on power, his personal relationships with Clinton, Bush, Obama and Trump, Edward Snowden's asylum in Moscow, as well as allegations of election meddling and fostering turmoil in Syria.

The Private Lives Of The Tudors
43:38

The Private Lives Of The Tudors

Episode 1  |  The History Channel  |  June 24, 2017
Explore the private lives, loves and scandals of the Tudors, the most celebrated royal dynasty in history. It's a murky, mysterious mixture of sectarian cults, fanatical ...

Explore the private lives, loves and scandals of the Tudors, the most celebrated royal dynasty in history. It's a murky, mysterious mixture of sectarian cults, fanatical religious groups, esoteric societies and political militants - all of them seeking to shape and influence the world we know today.

How The Earth Works
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How The Earth Works

Season 1  |  Episode 7  |  Discovery Science  |  June 24, 2017
Martin Pepper and Liz Bonnin travel to the iconic Rocky Mountains, to reveal the link between the Rockies soaring peaks and the uranium that landed on 'Little Boy'.

Martin Pepper and Liz Bonnin travel to the iconic Rocky Mountains, to reveal the link between the Rockies soaring peaks and the uranium that landed on 'Little Boy'.

How The Earth Works
43:39

How The Earth Works

Season 1  |  Episode 6  |  Discovery Science  |  June 24, 2017
Martin and Liz investigate a giant asteroid impact that may have wiped out the dinosaurs 65 million years ago.

Martin and Liz investigate a giant asteroid impact that may have wiped out the dinosaurs 65 million years ago.

The World From Above
26:42

The World From Above: France - Homps To Puy De Dome

Season 8  |  Episode 6  |  The History Channel  |  June 24, 2017
A breathtaking series of aerial programs offering an entirely different view of the world. From 3000m down to just a metre above ground, discover new perspectives through ...

A breathtaking series of aerial programs offering an entirely different view of the world. From 3000m down to just a metre above ground, discover new perspectives through thrilling journeys, from mountains and great cities to fantastic castles and the great natural wonders of the globe. This series travels everywhere from Spain to South Africa, from the north of Iceland to North Carolina in the US.

MythBusters
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MythBusters: Alcohol Myths

Season 6  |  Episode 109  |  Discovery Channel  |  June 24, 2017
In this episode, the team apply some science to the theory that the more you drink the more attractive you are to the opposite sex.

In this episode, the team apply some science to the theory that the more you drink the more attractive you are to the opposite sex.

Totally Wild
23:55

Totally Wild

Season 24  |  Episode 94  |  ELEVEN  |  June 23, 2017
We're hanging with pros - snake handlers, equine nurses, basketballers and Women's AFL players.

We're hanging with pros - snake handlers, equine nurses, basketballers and Women's AFL players.

Kevin McCloud's Man Made Home
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Kevin McCloud's Man Made Home

Season 2  |  Episode 3  |  Lifestyle Channel  |  June 23, 2017
Kevin's simple shed has already been transformed with the addition of a cliff-top terrace and a sunroom. Now Kevin plans to take his off-grid beach build to an entirely new ...

Kevin's simple shed has already been transformed with the addition of a cliff-top terrace and a sunroom. Now Kevin plans to take his off-grid beach build to an entirely new level with a magnificent observation tower.

Hollywood Directors
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Hollywood Directors: George Lucas

Season 1  |  Episode 14  |  Arts  |  June 22, 2017
A show that offers a distinctive peek inside the creative minds of Hollywood's best directors. A personal and insightful look into the lives, influences, and original style of ...

A show that offers a distinctive peek inside the creative minds of Hollywood's best directors. A personal and insightful look into the lives, influences, and original style of today's top film directors. A fascinating profile that explores each director's unique process for creating some of the most memorable and enduring movies of our times.

My Life
27:41

My Life: Born Lucky

ABC ME  |  June 22, 2017
Joanne O'Riordan was born without any limbs. Never one to refuse a challenge, she agreed to help the British Olympic bobsleigh team in their campaign to get the sport into the ...

Joanne O'Riordan was born without any limbs. Never one to refuse a challenge, she agreed to help the British Olympic bobsleigh team in their campaign to get the sport into the Paralympics.

Around the Campfire
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Around the Campfire: Dhurga Language With Kerry Boyenga

Season 1  |  Episode 13  |  NITV  |  June 21, 2017
The local Dhurga language is being taught to primary schools across southern coastal towns in NSW. Kerry Boyenga and Trish Ellis are helping encourage the children to learn ...

The local Dhurga language is being taught to primary schools across southern coastal towns in NSW. Kerry Boyenga and Trish Ellis are helping encourage the children to learn the language.

Around the Campfire
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Around the Campfire: Junba With The Women Of Wandjina

Season 1  |  Episode 14  |  NITV  |  June 21, 2017
Lucy Ward and Pansy Nulgit are close friends. Now the two elders attend the annual Junba to pass on their knowledge through teaching language and singing to their children and ...

Lucy Ward and Pansy Nulgit are close friends. Now the two elders attend the annual Junba to pass on their knowledge through teaching language and singing to their children and grandchildren.

Gypsy Kids: Our Secret World
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Gypsy Kids: Our Secret World

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  SBS  |  June 21, 2017
Twelve-year old Royston is a Romany Gypsy. When he's not working with his Dad laying patios he is in the gym training. Royston is a multi-title boxing champion and on course ...

Twelve-year old Royston is a Romany Gypsy. When he's not working with his Dad laying patios he is in the gym training. Royston is a multi-title boxing champion and on course to turn pro, and wants to follow in the footsteps of Traveller heroes Tyson Fury and Billy Joe Saunders. Like Royston, English traveller twins Johnny and Abraham have had trouble with bullies over their Traveller background. They have resorted to fighting back and recently that involved using a rounders bat. Professional cage fighting champion, Uncle Tony is taking them under his wing in a training session and keep them out of trouble.

Martha of the North
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Martha of the North

NITV  |  June 21, 2017
Martha was only five when she and her parents were lured away from their Inuit village to Canada's most northerly island, Ellesmere, to ensure Canadian sovereignty in the Arctic.

Martha was only five when she and her parents were lured away from their Inuit village to Canada's most northerly island, Ellesmere, to ensure Canadian sovereignty in the Arctic.

Terror
42:40

Terror: Al Shabaab

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  SBS VICELAND  |  June 20, 2017
Traveling to Somalia, home to one of the world's most brutal terrorist groups, Suroosh Alvi documents the rise of Al Shabaab and their relentless reign of terror across the ...

Traveling to Somalia, home to one of the world's most brutal terrorist groups, Suroosh Alvi documents the rise of Al Shabaab and their relentless reign of terror across the country.

My Life
28:00

My Life: The Boy on the Bicycle

ABC ME  |  June 20, 2017
Ahmed, a 16-year-old Syrian boy, gives a guided tour through one of the biggest refugee camps in the world - Zaatari in Jordan.

Ahmed, a 16-year-old Syrian boy, gives a guided tour through one of the biggest refugee camps in the world - Zaatari in Jordan.

David Stratton's Stories of Australian Cinema
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David Stratton's Stories of Australian Cinema: Family

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  ABC  |  June 20, 2017
This episode is about families: The Castle's nuclear family; the family of faith in The Devil's Playground; Romper Stomper's neo-Nazis; the immigrants in Head On; and crime ...

This episode is about families: The Castle's nuclear family; the family of faith in The Devil's Playground; Romper Stomper's neo-Nazis; the immigrants in Head On; and crime families from Ned Kelly to Animal Kingdom.

Totally Wild
23:57

Totally Wild: Creatine A Masterpiece

Season 24  |  Episode 93  |  ELEVEN  |  June 20, 2017
Mix up a few creepy-crawlies, a world record holder, and a visit to WETA Workshop; what do you get? A program masterpiece.

Mix up a few creepy-crawlies, a world record holder, and a visit to WETA Workshop; what do you get? A program masterpiece.

Totally Wild
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Totally Wild: Adventure Ahoy

Season 24  |  Episode 92  |  ELEVEN  |  June 19, 2017
Want adventure? We've got you covered. We're scuba diving in a shipwreck, playing netball with the pros and collecting platypus DNA.

Want adventure? We've got you covered. We're scuba diving in a shipwreck, playing netball with the pros and collecting platypus DNA.

Tunniit
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Tunniit

NITV  |  June 19, 2017
Traditional Inuit face tattoos have been forbidden for a century, and almost forgotten. Past meets present in this intimate story of one woman's journey of self-empowerment ...

Traditional Inuit face tattoos have been forbidden for a century, and almost forgotten. Past meets present in this intimate story of one woman's journey of self-empowerment and cultural understanding.

Australian Story
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Australian Story: Sins Of The Father

ABC  |  June 19, 2017
At 31, Vincent Shin is Australia's first dedicated in-school lawyer, providing students at the Grange P-12 College in Melbourne's outer west with advice on everything from ...

At 31, Vincent Shin is Australia's first dedicated in-school lawyer, providing students at the Grange P-12 College in Melbourne's outer west with advice on everything from fines for fare evasion to the legalities of sexting and how to deal with domestic violence. Vincent is well placed to understand the challenges faced by the school's students, who come mainly from low socio-economic backgrounds. His childhood and adolescence were blighted by family violence, he mixed with the wrong crowd and failed year 12. He turned his life around, enrolling in TAFE and eventually getting a law degree. On graduating he worked in family law and his new role also provides an opportunity to help children deal with the sorts of experiences he and his family went through. Vincent started opening up about his experiences with domestic violence a few years ago but for the first time he reveals a family secret that shook him to the core. For Vincent Shin, speaking openly about his past is a way to heal.

Waterloo: The Last Battle
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Waterloo: The Last Battle

The History Channel  |  June 18, 2017
This docu-drama tells the story of the Battle of Waterloo, one of the most famous military campaigns in history. Within four days it changed the face of Europe, ending the ...

This docu-drama tells the story of the Battle of Waterloo, one of the most famous military campaigns in history. Within four days it changed the face of Europe, ending the systematic use of arms and the French domination of the Continent. In 1815, Austria, Prussia, Russia and the United Kingdom had allied themselves to end the rule of one of the greatest commanders and statesmen in history, Napoleon Bona-parte. At this point, he was considered a military genius, and was the ruler of most Western European countries. Hour by hour, even minute by minute in some cases, each decisive event of the battle is depicted. Historians discuss contradictions and inexplicable behaviour, to separate myth from truth, based on the most recent research findings. Beyond the historical facts, we discover how the Waterloo Campaign was experienced by the men involved, its key figures; Napoleon, the Duke of Wellington (the Allies' Field Marshal) and Blucher (Head of the Prussian Army), members of chiefs-of-staff and by the soldiers in both camps.

The Putin Interviews
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The Putin Interviews

Episode 2  |  SBS  |  June 18, 2017
Russian president Vladimir Putin discusses President Donald Trump, and Russia's meddling in the 2016 US presidential election with Oliver Stone. The Oscar-winning writer and ...

Russian president Vladimir Putin discusses President Donald Trump, and Russia's meddling in the 2016 US presidential election with Oliver Stone. The Oscar-winning writer and director, with the help of his longtime documentary producer Fernando Sulichin, interviewed Putin more than a dozen times over the course of two years, most recently in February, following Donald Trump's successful White House run and inauguration.

Tough Young Teachers
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Tough Young Teachers

Season 1  |  Episode 6  |  SBS VICELAND  |  June 18, 2017
As they approach the end of the academic year, the trainee teachers decide whether to continue a career in teaching. Chloe's in the second year of the program, and she faces ...

As they approach the end of the academic year, the trainee teachers decide whether to continue a career in teaching. Chloe's in the second year of the program, and she faces the dilemma of whether to continue or follow her ambition to travel. Maths teacher Nick has been balancing a long distance commute to work, and with his wedding looming, he must make important decisions about his future. Claudenia receives a surprise invitation for her and a pupil, which will change the way she things about her job. The end of term also means exams - and results. The teachers finally find out if they've made an impact in the classrooms and affected the lives of the kids they teach.

Moguls and Movie Stars: Hollywood History
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Moguls and Movie Stars: Hollywood History: Fade In, Fade Out

Season 1  |  Episode 7  |  Arts  |  June 18, 2017
Narrated by Christopher Plummer, this offers a rare, personalised look at the American film industry, featuring the remarkable men and women whose drive and ambition founded ...

Narrated by Christopher Plummer, this offers a rare, personalised look at the American film industry, featuring the remarkable men and women whose drive and ambition founded the "Dream Factory" that became Hollywood. This personal history of Hollywood's founders draws together interviews with important past and present industry figures, archive photography and excerpts from the greatest American movies of all time to better understand how the interpersonal relationships, collaborations and conflicts between key personalities created an industry and an art form. These biographies are set against the backdrop of the major events in American history such the Great Depression, World War II and the Civil Rights Movement and will investigate how Hollywood responded to the changing world around it.

Totally Wild
23:54

Totally Wild: Crusaders

Season 24  |  Episode 91  |  ELEVEN  |  June 18, 2017
Cue the dramatic music, we're meeting some heroes - rescuers on the front line of koala conservation, hip-hop dancers and hipster maggots.

Cue the dramatic music, we're meeting some heroes - rescuers on the front line of koala conservation, hip-hop dancers and hipster maggots.

The Putin Interviews
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The Putin Interviews

Episode 1  |  SBS  |  June 18, 2017
Russian president Vladimir Putin discusses President Donald Trump, and Russia's meddling in the 2016 US presidential election with Oliver Stone. The Oscar-winning writer and ...

Russian president Vladimir Putin discusses President Donald Trump, and Russia's meddling in the 2016 US presidential election with Oliver Stone. The Oscar-winning writer and director, with the help of his longtime documentary producer Fernando Sulichin, interviewed Putin more than a dozen times over the course of two years, most recently in February, following Donald Trump's successful White House run and inauguration.

Titanic's Tragic Twin
58:53

Titanic's Tragic Twin

National Geographic  |  June 18, 2017
The Titanic sank in April 1912 and, in 1916, her sister ship the Britannic ultimately suffered the fate, sinking in just 55 minutes and becoming one of Britain's greatest ...

The Titanic sank in April 1912 and, in 1916, her sister ship the Britannic ultimately suffered the fate, sinking in just 55 minutes and becoming one of Britain's greatest untold disaster stories.

Riddle of Petra
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Riddle of Petra

Episode 2  |  SBS  |  June 18, 2017
The 2,000-year old ruins of the ancient city of Petra have captured the global imagination. Now, thanks to startling new evidence, experts are finally about to solve an ...

The 2,000-year old ruins of the ancient city of Petra have captured the global imagination. Now, thanks to startling new evidence, experts are finally about to solve an enduring mystery: what led such a grand and elaborate city to be abandoned?

Rivals
42:59

Rivals: The Boom Squad

Season 1  |  Episode 9  |  SBS VICELAND  |  June 18, 2017
Miami's Liberty City is football's Mecca, home to NFL legends. But the biggest rivalry in this city isn't exactly big - it all starts with a hard-hitting squad of 6 year-olds.

Miami's Liberty City is football's Mecca, home to NFL legends. But the biggest rivalry in this city isn't exactly big - it all starts with a hard-hitting squad of 6 year-olds.

Cut-Off
45:15

Cut-Off

NITV  |  June 18, 2017
This is a powerful documentary that follows Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's exclusive visit to an isolated reserve, hosted by Aboriginal Canadian Sarah Carson-Fox. ...

This is a powerful documentary that follows Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's exclusive visit to an isolated reserve, hosted by Aboriginal Canadian Sarah Carson-Fox. It's about Indigenous youth facing each day with resilience, coping amid states of emergency over suicide epidemics, a lack of access to clean water and infrastructure breakdown.

The Baulkham Hills African Ladies Troupe
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The Baulkham Hills African Ladies Troupe

SBS  |  June 18, 2017
Four African Australian women, all former refugees and victims of sexual abuse and violence, take on the risky and difficult challenge of creating and performing their stories ...

Four African Australian women, all former refugees and victims of sexual abuse and violence, take on the risky and difficult challenge of creating and performing their stories in a professional theatre production. This documentary charts their journeys over five years, from tentative and painful beginnings through to the eventual triumph of their theatre show in sold-out seasons across Sydney and London. Exploring the public revelations of their families and broader lives, this reveals the ways that these women have been empowered by the experience of speaking out.

Forgotten Floods
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Forgotten Floods

The History Channel  |  June 17, 2017
The Asian tsunami of 2004 took thousands upon thousands of lives. It was a natural disaster of epic proportions. Like all tsunamis, it came with little warning. Most of us ...

The Asian tsunami of 2004 took thousands upon thousands of lives. It was a natural disaster of epic proportions. Like all tsunamis, it came with little warning. Most of us believe that a tsunami on this scale couldn't hit Europe - are we wrong? In 1607 Britain experienced one of its greatest natural disasters. An enormous flood engulfed Somerset and Monmouthshire, taking a huge number of lives and reducing thousands more to poverty. Traditionally scientists had regarded this forgotten tragedy as a freak storm surge. But in a 2003 Timewatch Professor Simon Haslett and Professor Ted Bryant challenged this view - gathering evidence to suggest that 1607 was in fact a British Tsunami. But the story doesn't end there: inspired by what they had discovered about 1607, Simon and Ted decided to delve deeper into the archives. They believe they have emerged with evidence for at least four more British Tsunami. Simon and Ted's work remains highly controversial. After the Tsunami of 2004 the British government commissioned a report which concluded that risk of tsunami in Britain is small. To weigh up the evidence, historical cartographer Vanessa Collingridge will be joining Simon and Ted on their journey. Vanessa's quest is to find out for herself whether she believes Simon and Ted are right - and to discover if the risk of Tsunami to Europe is bigger than most of us think. Timewatch will join Simon, Ted and Vanessa as they gather evidence for possible tsunami from 1014 to 1929. While she does this, with the help of Natural Hazard's expert Prof Bill McGuire, Vanessa will also explore how and why tsunami are created - and why they can be such an extraordinarily destructive force.

Xploration Earth 2050
27:43

Xploration Earth 2050: Drones

Season 1  |  Episode 21  |  BBC Knowledge  |  June 17, 2017
Drones. They're the piece of future tech that everyone's talking about. Host Chuck Pell discovers how drone technology is saving the lives of thousands in disaster sites ...

Drones. They're the piece of future tech that everyone's talking about. Host Chuck Pell discovers how drone technology is saving the lives of thousands in disaster sites around the world. The sky is the limit.

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