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Apocalypse Verdun: The Illusion
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Apocalypse Verdun: The Illusion

National Geographic  |  February 20, 2017
It's 1916 and ever since Verdun Commander, General Petain imposed his strategy, the Germans are struggling. In the Somme the Allies have launched into the long awaited battle ...

It's 1916 and ever since Verdun Commander, General Petain imposed his strategy, the Germans are struggling. In the Somme the Allies have launched into the long awaited battle but it takes a disastrous turn. Pinning all their hopes on a Verdun victory the French launch a counter offensive but must then ask themselves, how many lives are they willing to lose to win?

My Year 12 Life
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My Year 12 Life

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  ABC ME  |  February 20, 2017
Meet 14 Australian students as they self-document their final year of high school through daily video diaries. The stresses of this launch-pad year start on day one as they ...

Meet 14 Australian students as they self-document their final year of high school through daily video diaries. The stresses of this launch-pad year start on day one as they delve into the pressures of the ATAR.

Australian Story
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Australian Story: Unchained Melody

ABC  |  February 20, 2017
Critics have heralded Melody Pool as one of the best singer-songwriters in Australia. Her songwriting has been compared with that of Leonard Cohen and Joni Mitchell. She has ...

Critics have heralded Melody Pool as one of the best singer-songwriters in Australia. Her songwriting has been compared with that of Leonard Cohen and Joni Mitchell. She has been chosen as the support act for recent Australian tours by the Eagles and Rodriguez, and played alongside the Milk Carton Kids in the UK and Europe. But the 25-year-old singer from Kurri Kurri in NSW struggles with demons that threaten to derail her blossoming career Five years ago Melody met singer Harry Hookey at the Tamworth Country Music Festival and fell in love. The romance ended when Melody discovered the man of her dreams was also involved with someone else. She broke down and put her heartbreak on the page. Despite the accolades for her music, Melody's turmoil continued. She was eventually diagnosed with depression. According to Beyond Blue, depression affects one in 16 young Australians, anxiety affects one in six, and suicide is the biggest killer in that age group. Unchained Melody provides a rare insight into an illness that is at epidemic proportions.

The Job Interview
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The Job Interview

Episode 4  |  Lifestyle Channel  |  February 20, 2017
This big-hearted series matches real jobs with people who are champing at the bit to secure them. Using the very latest and in some cases most dastardly interview techniques, ...

This big-hearted series matches real jobs with people who are champing at the bit to secure them. Using the very latest and in some cases most dastardly interview techniques, the recruitment process is compressed into one intense day.

VICE
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VICE: A Syria Of Their Own

Season 2  |  Episode 4  |  SBS VICELAND  |  February 19, 2017
Correspondent Thomas Morton heads to Syria to take a look at the front line of the battle for a Kurdish state, and Vikram Gandhi traces the illicit rhino horn trade from ...

Correspondent Thomas Morton heads to Syria to take a look at the front line of the battle for a Kurdish state, and Vikram Gandhi traces the illicit rhino horn trade from southern Africa to Vietnam.

Trump's Divided States Of America
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Trump's Divided States Of America

Episode 2  |  SBS  |  February 19, 2017
This miniseries looks back at events during the Obama presidency that have led to deep divisions in the US, and examines the America the next president will inherit. It offers ...

This miniseries looks back at events during the Obama presidency that have led to deep divisions in the US, and examines the America the next president will inherit. It offers an in-depth view of the partisanship that gridlocked Washington and charged the 2016 presidential campaign, the rise of populist anger on both sides of the aisle and the racial tensions that have erupted throughout the country.

Motley's Law
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Motley's Law

SBS  |  February 19, 2017
Kimberley Motley left her husband and three kids in the US in order to work as a defence lawyer in Kabul, Afghanistan. Today she is the first and only foreign lawyer who ...

Kimberley Motley left her husband and three kids in the US in order to work as a defence lawyer in Kabul, Afghanistan. Today she is the first and only foreign lawyer who litigates in Afghanistan's courts. For over five years now, human rights cases and troubled expats have motivated her to stay, but personal threats and general conditions in the country make it harder and harder for Kimberly to continue her work.

The Silk Road
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The Silk Road

Episode 3  |  SBS  |  February 19, 2017
In the final episode of his series tracing the story of the most famous trade route in history, Dr Sam Willis continues his journey west in Iran. The first BBC documentary to ...

In the final episode of his series tracing the story of the most famous trade route in history, Dr Sam Willis continues his journey west in Iran. The first BBC documentary to be granted entry for nearly a decade, Sam begins in the legendary city of Persepolis - the heart of the first Persian Empire.

VICE
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VICE: American Scrap

Season 2  |  Episode 3  |  SBS VICELAND  |  February 19, 2017
America's cities are picked apart for scrap, and then we see the real cost of America's drone wars.

America's cities are picked apart for scrap, and then we see the real cost of America's drone wars.

Rome: Empire Without Limit
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Rome: Empire Without Limit: How Did It Work?

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  The History Channel  |  February 19, 2017
Mary Beard explores the physical world of the Roman Empire, and finds surprising parallels with our own world. Setting out in the footsteps of the emperor Hadrian, she ...

Mary Beard explores the physical world of the Roman Empire, and finds surprising parallels with our own world. Setting out in the footsteps of the emperor Hadrian, she discovers a vast empire bound together by a common material culture, and a globalised economy of such scale that evidence of its side-effects can still be seen today, thousands of miles away from Rome. Mary un-picks the threads of a huge commercial and cultural network, taking in the vital supply of olive oil to Rome and her armies, the slave trade, and the all-important silver mines of Spain. Following the famous Roman road network, and the shipping routes connecting the empire's thriving ports, Mary reveals another side to the Roman Empire, one where builders and traders eclipse soldiers, and starring slaves, not senators, make the most of a hugely connected new world.

Grand Designs: House of the Year
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Grand Designs: House of the Year

Season 2  |  Episode 4  |  Lifestyle Channel  |  February 18, 2017
Join Kevin McCloud and a selection of guest reporters, as they explore some of Britain's most contemporary and cutting edge homes, revealing how they were built and why they ...

Join Kevin McCloud and a selection of guest reporters, as they explore some of Britain's most contemporary and cutting edge homes, revealing how they were built and why they are considered some of the best new architecture in the country.

Genius
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Genius: Oppenheimer Vs Heisenberg

Season 1  |  Episode 6  |  The History Channel  |  February 18, 2017
As millions fight and die on the battlefield during World War II, another war is being fought in the laboratory. The US military selects J. Robert Oppenheimer to develop the ...

As millions fight and die on the battlefield during World War II, another war is being fought in the laboratory. The US military selects J. Robert Oppenheimer to develop the world's first nuclear bomb, but Oppenheimer is in a race against Hitler's top physicist - the world renowned Werner Heisenberg. The very fate of the war, and the future of mankind hangs in the balance.

Thanks For Listening
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Thanks For Listening: History Of Australian Radio - Music, Music, Music

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  FOXTEL Arts  |  February 17, 2017
The History Channel presents Series 2 of its highly acclaimed series Australian Icon Towns, hosted by Scott McGregor. In each episode, Scott and his team set out to discover ...

The History Channel presents Series 2 of its highly acclaimed series Australian Icon Towns, hosted by Scott McGregor. In each episode, Scott and his team set out to discover the history behind Australia's most quintessential towns. A fun and entertaining series for everyone who's ever wanted to explore the real Australia. Experience some of the many stories which characterise and have become part of Australian history.

VICE
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VICE: Bad Borders

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  SBS VICELAND  |  February 17, 2017
Thousands of North Koreans cross the border into China illegally every year. Living in perpetual fear of being discovered, with all odds against them, defectors still do ...

Thousands of North Koreans cross the border into China illegally every year. Living in perpetual fear of being discovered, with all odds against them, defectors still do everything they can to leave. If arrested in communist Laos, they may be sent back to North Korea to face prison camp or worse. VICE joins a South Korean pastor who has developed a modern-day underground railroad to move defectors from China to freedom and eventual citizenship in South Korea. The most dangerous place in the world is Kashmir's line of control, which partially occupies the Indian state and separates India from Pakistan. Observers in both India and Pakistan believe the decades-old conflict between the two nations could potentially lead to the end of the world as we know it. VICE travels across Pakistan to the contested line of control in Kashmir, pointing out how close a nuclear apocalypse is yet again.

Drugs Inc.
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Drugs Inc.: Aussie Ice Wars

Season 7  |  Episode 1  |  National Geographic  |  February 17, 2017
In Australia, locals have turned to a cheap and dangerous stimulant, crystal meth. Biker gangs control most of the trade, but Chinese Triads are quickly gaining power.

In Australia, locals have turned to a cheap and dangerous stimulant, crystal meth. Biker gangs control most of the trade, but Chinese Triads are quickly gaining power.

The Big Picture
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The Big Picture: The People vs America (P2)

Al Jazeera English  |  February 17, 2017
As President Trump takes his seat in the White House we trace the historical trajectory that has exposed a disunited America, and the myth of the American Dream.

As President Trump takes his seat in the White House we trace the historical trajectory that has exposed a disunited America, and the myth of the American Dream.

The Sixties
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The Sixties: The Assassination Of Jfk (1963)

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  The History Channel  |  February 17, 2017
A provocative documentary series exploring the most transformative decade of the modern era in America.

A provocative documentary series exploring the most transformative decade of the modern era in America.

The Other Pompeii
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The Other Pompeii

The History Channel  |  February 16, 2017
Pompeii is a magical site that's captivated the world for two and a half centuries, but just 10 miles down the road is a place that adds even more close-up detail to what life ...

Pompeii is a magical site that's captivated the world for two and a half centuries, but just 10 miles down the road is a place that adds even more close-up detail to what life was really like before Mount Vesuvius finally exploded in 79AD this is the city of Hercules: Herculaneum. Buried by the same eruption but in ash five times as deep, wooden furniture, window shutters and even wooden roofs have been perfectly preserved, with brightly coloured paint intact. As if this wasn't enough the town boasts the largest sample of skeletons cut off in the midst of life from anywhere in the ancient world. Amongst them are the first new skeletal remains to be found in the area for 30 years, revealing an incredible story about life before the eruption and the values these people held dear.

Food Detectives
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Food Detectives

Episode 1  |  SBS  |  February 16, 2017
In this new series, scientist Professor Alice Roberts, Chef Tom Kerridge and journalist Sean Fletcher are keen to improve cooking, health and bank balances by dishing up the ...

In this new series, scientist Professor Alice Roberts, Chef Tom Kerridge and journalist Sean Fletcher are keen to improve cooking, health and bank balances by dishing up the plain facts about food. Tom's on a mission to improve everyone's cooking skills one dish at a time and responds to the public's kitchen disasters. Professor Roberts reveals that three quarters of the UK population are taking home a food poisoning bug with them from the supermarket. Consumer journalist Sean Fletcher is pulling apart the ingredients in some every day foods - this time it's pasta.

Balls Deep
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Balls Deep: Keepers of the Dead

Season 1  |  Episode 6  |  SBS VICELAND  |  February 15, 2017
Thomas attends an autopsy performed by a private forensic pathologist in Phoenix to find out what happens to your body when you bite the big one.

Thomas attends an autopsy performed by a private forensic pathologist in Phoenix to find out what happens to your body when you bite the big one.

Planet Earth II
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Planet Earth II: Islands

Season 2  |  Episode 1  |  Nine  |  February 15, 2017
Remote islands offer sanctuary for some of the planet's strangest and rarest creatures. But island life always comes at a cost. On the Galapagos Islands, young marine iguana ...

Remote islands offer sanctuary for some of the planet's strangest and rarest creatures. But island life always comes at a cost. On the Galapagos Islands, young marine iguana must escape an onslaught of snakes the moment they hatch from the sand.

Stop Laughing ... This Is Serious
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Stop Laughing ... This Is Serious: Too Much Variety Is Barely Enough

Season 2  |  Episode 3  |  ABC  |  February 15, 2017
Tonight's episode looks at the eclectic genre of variety. From Hey Hey it's Saturday to Andrew Denton in Blah Blah Blah and The Money or The Gun, we search for the roots of ...

Tonight's episode looks at the eclectic genre of variety. From Hey Hey it's Saturday to Andrew Denton in Blah Blah Blah and The Money or The Gun, we search for the roots of Australian variety. (Final)

Coast Australia
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Coast Australia: Botany Bay To The Shoalhaven

Season 3  |  Episode 6  |  The History Channel  |  February 15, 2017
Coast documents the industry, ingenuity and beauty of the coastline south of Sydney to the Shoalhaven. From the engineering wonder of Seacliff Bridge to pivotal moments in the ...

Coast documents the industry, ingenuity and beauty of the coastline south of Sydney to the Shoalhaven. From the engineering wonder of Seacliff Bridge to pivotal moments in the aviation history, this episode charts a densely populated coastline with stories that brim with new insights and captivating natural beauty. Neil Oliver examines a 18th Century close encounter in Botany Bay - before following the footsteps of legendary Australian aviator, Charles Kingsford Smith at Seven Mile Beach. Brendan Moar hits the sandhills at Kurnell to reimagine a seminal Australian film from the 1940s. Alice Garner visits an isolated - but innovative coastal community in Sydney's Royal National Park and Dean Miller learns the art of survival in a naval rescue exercise.

Balls Deep
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Balls Deep: Frosh

Season 1  |  Episode 5  |  SBS VICELAND  |  February 15, 2017
The 'freshperson' (not 'freshman') class of 2020 enrol at Beloit College in Wisconsin, while the 'upperclasspeople' return for the first week of school.

The 'freshperson' (not 'freshman') class of 2020 enrol at Beloit College in Wisconsin, while the 'upperclasspeople' return for the first week of school.

The Eighties
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The Eighties: Raised On Television Part Two

Episode 2  |  SBS  |  February 15, 2017
Part two looks at the phenomenon of talk show hosts and news reporters as celebrities. David Letterman emerges while Walter Kronkite retires. Women take their rightful place ...

Part two looks at the phenomenon of talk show hosts and news reporters as celebrities. David Letterman emerges while Walter Kronkite retires. Women take their rightful place in all facets of presenting, journalism and production, while the civil rights movement reaches a crescendo. CNN launches and Australian newspaper mogul Murdoch dares to start Fox TV. Golden Girls is a massive hit, while reality TV raises a fairly ugly head, contrasted with the excesses of soaps such as Dynasty and The Colbys.

Our Stories
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Our Stories: The Brodie Family

Season 1  |  Episode 49  |  NITV  |  February 14, 2017
This film documents Kaurna, Ngarrindjeri and Mirning woman Katherine Brodie, as she shares memories and cultural knowledge through four generations of women in the Brodie ...

This film documents Kaurna, Ngarrindjeri and Mirning woman Katherine Brodie, as she shares memories and cultural knowledge through four generations of women in the Brodie family of Port Adelaide.

Ice Wars
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Ice Wars

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  ABC  |  February 14, 2017
Small towns feel the effects of social dislocation caused by ice. In Nowra many drivers test positive for meth at roadside drug testing. Anthony Mundine visits his hometown of ...

Small towns feel the effects of social dislocation caused by ice. In Nowra many drivers test positive for meth at roadside drug testing. Anthony Mundine visits his hometown of Wellington to see the effect ice is having there.

Superpower India? Challenges of Urbanisation
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Superpower India? Challenges of Urbanisation

ABC ME  |  February 14, 2017
This film takes the city of Bangalore, known as the Silicon Valley of India as a case study and looks at the causes and impacts of urban poverty, including the role of ...

This film takes the city of Bangalore, known as the Silicon Valley of India as a case study and looks at the causes and impacts of urban poverty, including the role of urbanisation and push-pull factors of rural to urban migration.

Indian Ocean With Simon Reeve
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Indian Ocean With Simon Reeve: Indonesia To Australia

Season 1  |  Episode 6  |  BBC Knowledge  |  February 13, 2017
The last leg of Simon Reeve's journey begins on the northern tip of Sumatra, near the epicentre of the 2004 tsunami, and takes him to the south western corner of Australia. In ...

The last leg of Simon Reeve's journey begins on the northern tip of Sumatra, near the epicentre of the 2004 tsunami, and takes him to the south western corner of Australia. In Banda Aceh, Sharia law is in force and Simon joins the local vice and virtue squad who patrol the streets and beaches to eradicate immoral behaviour. In the Indonesian capital of Jakarta, Simon investigates the shocking trade in exotic pets and encounters the group attempting to save one of the country's most bizarre species, the slow loris. Next stop is Bali, another Island paradise, where Simon joins a family of seaweed farmers, who cultivate great areas of sea to provide a new protein source that some hail as a miracle crop. Australia is the last of 16 countries of this Indian Ocean journey, and site of one of the world's greatest and most unspoilt wildernesses, the Kimberley. On a Barramundi fish farm, Simon meets a real life crocodile hunter, and ends up hauling a three metre crocodile onto the boat.

The Job Interview
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The Job Interview: Wow Zone And On Air Dining

Episode 3  |  Lifestyle Channel  |  February 13, 2017
This big-hearted series matches real jobs with people who are champing at the bit to secure them. Using the very latest and in some cases most dastardly interview techniques, ...

This big-hearted series matches real jobs with people who are champing at the bit to secure them. Using the very latest and in some cases most dastardly interview techniques, the recruitment process is compressed into one intense day.

Australian Story
27:41

Australian Story: The Hardest Choice

ABC  |  February 13, 2017
Claudine and Dave Fitzgibbon always planned for a big family. But after giving birth to a healthy girl in 2013, those plans went awry. Over the next three years they fell ...

Claudine and Dave Fitzgibbon always planned for a big family. But after giving birth to a healthy girl in 2013, those plans went awry. Over the next three years they fell pregnant three times and each time their unborn baby was found to have spina bifida, a congenital defect of the spine that can lead to serious problems with mobility and brain function. They reluctantly discontinued the first two pregnancies and by the time of the third diagnosis they were shattered. In desperation they turned to their doctor, asking: "Is there nothing else that we can do?" This time the doctor held out a sliver of hope. A ground-breaking in-utero surgical procedure had just been performed in Australia for the first time. While not a cure, it had been found in the US to improve the quality of life for babies suffering spina bifida. Australian Story has followed the couple over the course of their journey. Claudine became the second person in Australia to undergo the complex operation and they now have their desperately wanted baby, Harvey - the miracle they prayed for.

Walls of Shame
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Walls of Shame: Mexico

Al Jazeera English  |  February 13, 2017
The US and Mexico border - not only walls of concrete and steel - but a vast desert barrier, where people risk their lives entering the US illegally.

The US and Mexico border - not only walls of concrete and steel - but a vast desert barrier, where people risk their lives entering the US illegally.

Trust Me, I'm A Doctor
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Trust Me, I'm A Doctor

Season 3  |  Episode 2  |  SBS  |  February 13, 2017
Michael Mosley and the doctors go behind the health myths and headlines. In this program, Michael joins volunteers in a study to discover whether just changing your diet can ...

Michael Mosley and the doctors go behind the health myths and headlines. In this program, Michael joins volunteers in a study to discover whether just changing your diet can lower cholesterol as much as taking drugs like statins - with surprising results. Saleyha Ahsan reveals new research that could cure snoring, surgeon Gabriel Weston sees the incredible results of an unusual treatment for a hospital superbug which could soon be saving lives here in the UK, and Chris van Tulleken investigates the truth behind skincare products - could they being doing you more harm than good?

Colin Hay: Waiting For My Real Life
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Colin Hay: Waiting For My Real Life

SBS  |  February 12, 2017
An intimate look at the life of singer-songwriter Colin Hay, from his meteoric success as the front man of Men at Work, to the ensuing oblivion of obscurity and drug ...

An intimate look at the life of singer-songwriter Colin Hay, from his meteoric success as the front man of Men at Work, to the ensuing oblivion of obscurity and drug addiction, and his eventual rebirth as a solo artist and country singer. The documentary retraces Hay's life, from his Scottish childhood to his Los Angeles solo acts, and paints a powerful story of an artist forced to redefine himself, in the wake of soul crushing fame.

Trump's Divided States Of America
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Trump's Divided States Of America

Episode 1  |  SBS  |  February 12, 2017
This miniseries looks back at events during the Obama presidency that have led to deep divisions in the US, and examines the America the next president will inherit. It offers ...

This miniseries looks back at events during the Obama presidency that have led to deep divisions in the US, and examines the America the next president will inherit. It offers an in-depth view of the partisanship that gridlocked Washington and charged the 2016 presidential campaign, the rise of populist anger on both sides of the aisle and the racial tensions that have erupted throughout the country.

VICE
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VICE: Greenland Is Melting

Season 2  |  Episode 2  |  SBS VICELAND  |  February 12, 2017
In this episode, Shane Smith travels to Greenland with climate scientist Jason Box to investigate why the glaciers are melting, and how the resulting rise in sea levels will ...

In this episode, Shane Smith travels to Greenland with climate scientist Jason Box to investigate why the glaciers are melting, and how the resulting rise in sea levels will devastate our world sooner than expected. Then VICE goes to Pakistan, where millions of men, women, and children work as bonded labourers in brick kilns.

Rome: Empire Without Limit
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Rome: Empire Without Limit: How Did It Happen?

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  The History Channel  |  February 12, 2017
Mary Beard reaches back to the myths and legends of the origins of Rome to gain an insight into the deep-rooted psyche of the people of Rome - a city born through fratricide ...

Mary Beard reaches back to the myths and legends of the origins of Rome to gain an insight into the deep-rooted psyche of the people of Rome - a city born through fratricide and rape. But Rome was also from the very beginning an asylum for outcasts and exiles, and because of this it adopted a uniquely inclusive approach towards its neighbours and defeated enemies. The expansion of the city brought territory in first in Italy and Sicily, where Rome first came head to head and eventually defeated her great rival: Carthage. Mary then travels to Greece, where Rome adopted a complex mix of brute force and cultural cringe, and France, where she finds evidence of war methods akin to outright genocide. In typical myth-busting style, Mary argues that the period of greatest Roman expansion occurred when Rome itself was little more than a provincial backwater, a shanty town of mud and brick. The marble, monumental Rome we know came about because of imperial conquest - not the other way round. And likewise, the creation and possession of an empire transformed the politics of Rome forever, creating the conditions for one-man rule, and ending the centuries-old Roman Republic.

Cradle to Grave
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Cradle to Grave

National Geographic  |  February 12, 2017
The story of the human body and the journey of a lifetime. See the human body in incredible detail, inside and out as it lives, grows and dies.

The story of the human body and the journey of a lifetime. See the human body in incredible detail, inside and out as it lives, grows and dies.

The Silk Road
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The Silk Road

Episode 2  |  SBS  |  February 12, 2017
In the second episode of his series tracing the story of the most famous trade route in history, Dr Sam Willis travels west to central Asia, to a part of the Silk Road often ...

In the second episode of his series tracing the story of the most famous trade route in history, Dr Sam Willis travels west to central Asia, to a part of the Silk Road often overlooked and yet the place of major innovations, big historical characters and a people - the Sogdian's - whose role was pivotal to its success. He travels through Tajikistan to meet the last survivors of that race and discovers how they were built by armies of captive craftsmen for one of the greatest conquerors the world has ever seen: Timur. He then goes back to school to learn where modern mathematics and astronomy were born.

VICE
27:39

VICE: Afghan Money Pit

Season 2  |  Episode 1  |  SBS VICELAND  |  February 12, 2017
Shane Smith follows the trail of US money pouring into the Afghan reconstruction, and VICE visits Rio de Janeiro to investigate the government.

Shane Smith follows the trail of US money pouring into the Afghan reconstruction, and VICE visits Rio de Janeiro to investigate the government.

Hitler's Secrets
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Hitler's Secrets: The Downfall

Season 1  |  Episode 6  |  SBS  |  February 11, 2017
This episode explores Hitler's mental and physical decline as he is forced to confront the endgame of inevitable defeat. When the Fuhrer miraculously survives an assassination ...

This episode explores Hitler's mental and physical decline as he is forced to confront the endgame of inevitable defeat. When the Fuhrer miraculously survives an assassination attempt, his lust for vengeance triggers an unequalled reign of terror. His military gambles prove disastrous and accelerate his downfall. As the Army refuses to counterattack and his closest allies turn against him, Hitler finally accepts the inevitable. In the depths of his Fuhrer bunker in Berlin, he rewards his hidden mistress of 13 years with marriage. Less than 40 hours later asks his valet for his gun and pulls the trigger.

Be Deadly
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Be Deadly

NITV  |  February 11, 2017
A collaboration between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and non-indigenous artists to create public art projects to showcase Australia's rich and diverse Indigenous cultures.

A collaboration between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and non-indigenous artists to create public art projects to showcase Australia's rich and diverse Indigenous cultures.

Grand Designs: House of the Year
47:07

Grand Designs: House of the Year

Season 2  |  Episode 3  |  Lifestyle Channel  |  February 11, 2017
Join Kevin McCloud and a selection of guest reporters, as they explore some of Britain's most contemporary and cutting edge homes, revealing how they were built and why they ...

Join Kevin McCloud and a selection of guest reporters, as they explore some of Britain's most contemporary and cutting edge homes, revealing how they were built and why they are considered some of the best new architecture in the country.

Thanks For Listening
54:42

Thanks For Listening: History Of Australian Radio - We're On The Air

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  FOXTEL Arts  |  February 10, 2017
The History Channel presents Series 2 of its highly acclaimed series Australian Icon Towns, hosted by Scott McGregor. In each episode, Scott and his team set out to discover ...

The History Channel presents Series 2 of its highly acclaimed series Australian Icon Towns, hosted by Scott McGregor. In each episode, Scott and his team set out to discover the history behind Australia's most quintessential towns. A fun and entertaining series for everyone who's ever wanted to explore the real Australia. Experience some of the many stories which characterise and have become part of Australian history.

The Big Picture
47:29

The Big Picture

Al Jazeera English  |  February 10, 2017
As President Trump takes his seat in the White House we trace the historical trajectory that has exposed a disunited America, and the myth of the American Dream.

As President Trump takes his seat in the White House we trace the historical trajectory that has exposed a disunited America, and the myth of the American Dream.

The War Generals
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The War Generals

National Geographic  |  February 10, 2017
With unprecedented access to legendary generals, including Colin Powell, National Geographic Channel presents an intimate account of how America's military leaders made major ...

With unprecedented access to legendary generals, including Colin Powell, National Geographic Channel presents an intimate account of how America's military leaders made major wartime decisions.

The Boy Who Started The Syrian War
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The Boy Who Started The Syrian War

Al Jazeera English  |  February 10, 2017
A very close and intimate look at the boy who lit the spark engulfing Syria into a devastating war and the impact on the conflict on his city of Daraa.

A very close and intimate look at the boy who lit the spark engulfing Syria into a devastating war and the impact on the conflict on his city of Daraa.

Drugs Inc.
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Drugs Inc.: Flesh-Eating Krokodil

Season 6  |  Episode 9  |  National Geographic  |  February 10, 2017
Decaying skin. Grotesque sores. Raw lesions. Krokodil, a home-cooked super-strong opiate, is stronger, deadlier and more addictive than traditional heroin.

Decaying skin. Grotesque sores. Raw lesions. Krokodil, a home-cooked super-strong opiate, is stronger, deadlier and more addictive than traditional heroin.

Hadrian With Dan Snow
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Hadrian With Dan Snow

The History Channel  |  February 10, 2017
Emperor Hadrian is well known for his eponymous wall. Seventy miles long, it was a prodigious feat and remains one of the greatest physical remnants of the Roman Empire. But ...

Emperor Hadrian is well known for his eponymous wall. Seventy miles long, it was a prodigious feat and remains one of the greatest physical remnants of the Roman Empire. But in reality, the wall was nothing more than a sideshow to the main event. In this fascinating historical documentary, historian Dan Snow follows in the footsteps of the Emperor, from Northumberland to North Africa, from Jerusalem to Rome and discovers one of the most powerful and enigmatic rulers and characters in world history. Overtly gay, a philosopher, poet and flautist, he was also a brilliant military strategist and ruthless commander of his legions. With his Greek intellect and Roman engineering skills, Hadrian set about physically ring-fencing and consolidating the entire empire. For better, and often for worse, he helped to define the world we know today, and left an unparalleled legacy that is still marvelled at today.

World's Worst Natural Disasters
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World's Worst Natural Disasters

National Geographic  |  February 10, 2017
Historic floods, destructive fires, violent earthquakes. Mother Nature's reign of terror has spanned thousands of years.

Historic floods, destructive fires, violent earthquakes. Mother Nature's reign of terror has spanned thousands of years.

Deutschland 83
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Deutschland 83

Episode 1  |  SBS  |  February 9, 2017
This International Emmy Award-winning eight-part German drama series is about a young man who is born and raised in East Germany, and then sent undercover to West Germany in ...

This International Emmy Award-winning eight-part German drama series is about a young man who is born and raised in East Germany, and then sent undercover to West Germany in the height of the Cold War. Martin Rauch leaves his home in East Germany to spy for the HVA undercover in the West German Army as Moritz Stamm. His job is to collect intelligence on NATO plans to station Pershing II nuclear missiles in West Germany, as aid to General Edel, and in the process, to befriend Edel's rebellious children, the angry Alex and the beautiful Yvonne.

The Eighties
42:43

The Eighties: Raised On Television Part One

Episode 1  |  SBS  |  February 8, 2017
A fascinating documentary series that examines the revolutionary decade of the 1980s, with extraordinary insight into a decade that had a profound impact on America, taking a ...

A fascinating documentary series that examines the revolutionary decade of the 1980s, with extraordinary insight into a decade that had a profound impact on America, taking a look at significant events and individuals such as the Cold War, AIDS crisis, Ronald Reagan and Steve Jobs. This episode looks at the pre-cable world with the enormous free-to-air ratings of Dallas and the finale of MASH. The sitcom is revitalised by The Cosby Show and Cheers, and Hill Street Blues and St Elsewhere changed the rules of story-telling on television. Cable TV makes new heroes out of sporting with ESPN, and the first channel focused on the youth market, MTV, launches.

Balls Deep
23:08

Balls Deep: T Girls

Season 2  |  Episode 5  |  SBS VICELAND  |  February 8, 2017
Two trans women from the Bronx navigate the difficulties, rushes, and drag balls of transitioning in 2016, with the support of their newly assembled gay families.

Two trans women from the Bronx navigate the difficulties, rushes, and drag balls of transitioning in 2016, with the support of their newly assembled gay families.

Balls Deep
21:27

Balls Deep: Trump Campaigners

Season 2  |  Episode 2  |  SBS VICELAND  |  February 8, 2017
Thomas meets Ralph Case, Trump's top volunteer in southern Ohio, and the band of Trump supporters he's mustered to get out the Trump vote.

Thomas meets Ralph Case, Trump's top volunteer in southern Ohio, and the band of Trump supporters he's mustered to get out the Trump vote.

Blood Brothers
57:11

Blood Brothers: Big Things Grow

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  NITV  |  February 8, 2017
When Kev Carmody released his first album, Pillars of Society, in 1989, music magazine Rolling Stone describe it as "the best album ever made in Australia". He was a black ...

When Kev Carmody released his first album, Pillars of Society, in 1989, music magazine Rolling Stone describe it as "the best album ever made in Australia". He was a black Australia voice of protest.

Stop Laughing ... This Is Serious
56:08

Stop Laughing ... This Is Serious: I Said Pet, I Said Pet, I Said Love

Season 2  |  Episode 2  |  ABC  |  February 8, 2017
The second episode of Stop Laughing...this is serious, looks at the fearless funny ladies of Australian comedy, and their exciting journey to front and centre of Australian ...

The second episode of Stop Laughing...this is serious, looks at the fearless funny ladies of Australian comedy, and their exciting journey to front and centre of Australian entertainment.

365: Every Day Documentaries
2:46

365: Every Day Documentaries: The Only Thing I Know How to Do Is Write

Season 1  |  Episode 226  |  SBS VICELAND  |  February 8, 2017
A story from Ana about writing, bullies and doing a job you love.

A story from Ana about writing, bullies and doing a job you love.

Tony Robinson Down Under
50:33

Tony Robinson Down Under

Episode 2  |  SBS  |  February 8, 2017
The colony started with a bang, but from that point it was a bitter struggle for survival. With the assistance of Tim Flannery, Tony recreates the celebration that was said to ...

The colony started with a bang, but from that point it was a bitter struggle for survival. With the assistance of Tim Flannery, Tony recreates the celebration that was said to have taken place when women were brought ashore many days after the men first landed. From day one, the challenge was to find and grow food to sustain the new colony.

This Is Me
26:47

This Is Me: You, Me, Us

ABC ME  |  February 8, 2017
This is Me showcases children in an entertaining factual short-from format, as young Australians share their thoughts about their life, friends and family.

This is Me showcases children in an entertaining factual short-from format, as young Australians share their thoughts about their life, friends and family.

Boy To Man
44:32

Boy To Man: The Island People

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  BBC Knowledge  |  February 8, 2017
Tim travels to the Bijagos Islands, West Africa to undertake the unique boy to man ritual called Fanado. Tim must prove his bravery during a dangerous crocodile hunt, to ...

Tim travels to the Bijagos Islands, West Africa to undertake the unique boy to man ritual called Fanado. Tim must prove his bravery during a dangerous crocodile hunt, to receive the tribal scars.

American Genius
41:59

American Genius: Space Race - U.S.A Vs U.S.S.R

Episode 7  |  The History Channel  |  February 8, 2017
As soon as World War II ended, another conflict began. But this war wasn't a battle of bullets: it was a battle of minds. The Americans and Soviets, deadlocked in the Cold ...

As soon as World War II ended, another conflict began. But this war wasn't a battle of bullets: it was a battle of minds. The Americans and Soviets, deadlocked in the Cold War, set their sites on "the final frontier" in the race to space, only one side could get their first.

Superpower India? Booming Bangalore
25:50

Superpower India? Booming Bangalore

ABC ME  |  February 7, 2017
This program takes the city of Bangalore, known as the Silicon Valley of India, and asks what are the causes of its success - including the role of education, globalisation ...

This program takes the city of Bangalore, known as the Silicon Valley of India, and asks what are the causes of its success - including the role of education, globalisation and government de-regulation?

This Is Me
26:45

This Is Me: Way Out Where

ABC ME  |  February 7, 2017
This is Me showcases children in an entertaining factual short-from format, as young Australians share their thoughts about their life, friends and family.

This is Me showcases children in an entertaining factual short-from format, as young Australians share their thoughts about their life, friends and family.

Ice Wars
56:17

Ice Wars

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  ABC  |  February 7, 2017
This Australian series explores where ice comes from, how it's made and what kind of people benefit from the profits made on the misery of users. We hear from the police who ...

This Australian series explores where ice comes from, how it's made and what kind of people benefit from the profits made on the misery of users. We hear from the police who plan and execute anti-ice strategies daily.

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