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Eight Days That Made Rome
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Eight Days That Made Rome: Hannibal's Last Stand

Episode 1  |  SBS  |  February 4, 2018
Historian Bettany Hughes recalls eight pivotal days that defined the Roman Empire and its establishment as the world's first superpower. She begins by exploring the day in 202 ...

Historian Bettany Hughes recalls eight pivotal days that defined the Roman Empire and its establishment as the world's first superpower. She begins by exploring the day in 202 BC when the Roman army, led by Scipio, defeated the might of Carthage under Hannibal at the Battle of Zama in modern-day Tunisia. This was a decisive moment, setting Rome on the path to greatness and exemplifying the military muscle and supreme ambition on which its empire would be built.

Flying Fox: Wings of the Night
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Flying Fox: Wings of the Night

NITV  |  February 1, 2018
An in-depth look at fruit bats (flying foxes) by an Aboriginal Australian radio reporter. The bats sleep during the day and are the only mammals to have truly mastered the art ...

An in-depth look at fruit bats (flying foxes) by an Aboriginal Australian radio reporter. The bats sleep during the day and are the only mammals to have truly mastered the art of flying.

After the Last River
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After the Last River

NITV  |  January 14, 2018
In the shadow of a De Beers mine, the remote community of Attawapiskat lurches from crisis to crisis, while facing mounting environmental issues and an inability to benefit ...

In the shadow of a De Beers mine, the remote community of Attawapiskat lurches from crisis to crisis, while facing mounting environmental issues and an inability to benefit from resource revenue.

10 Things You Need to Know About the Future
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10 Things You Need to Know About the Future

SBS  |  January 13, 2018
This program looks at the issues that will change the way we live our lives in the future. Rather than relying on the minds of science fiction writers, mathematician Hannah ...

This program looks at the issues that will change the way we live our lives in the future. Rather than relying on the minds of science fiction writers, mathematician Hannah Fry delves into the data we have today to provide an evidence-based vision of tomorrow. With the help of the BBC's science experts - and a few surprise guests - Hannah investigates the questions the public want answered about the future. Part of the BBC's Horizon series. Broadcast by SBS as 10 Things to Know About the Future.

Funny How?
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Funny How?: For the Love of God

Season 1  |  Episode 5  |  SBS VICELAND  |  December 19, 2017
Christian comedy is big business, but exists outside of the mainstream. Kilph visits with some of the comics at the top and on the road who are trying to bring laughs in God's ...

Christian comedy is big business, but exists outside of the mainstream. Kilph visits with some of the comics at the top and on the road who are trying to bring laughs in God's name.

Toxic
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Toxic

SBS VICELAND  |  December 19, 2017
The Vice crew travels across the ocean to document the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, home to millions of kilograms of plastic waste from around the world. The trash has been ...

The Vice crew travels across the ocean to document the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, home to millions of kilograms of plastic waste from around the world. The trash has been accumulating for decades, and by the looks of it, won't stop growing anytime soon.

Between The Flags
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Between The Flags

TEN  |  December 16, 2017
Discover the history of how Australian Surf Lifesavers have developed the world's most integrated and cost-effective coastal rescue and surveillance network.

Discover the history of how Australian Surf Lifesavers have developed the world's most integrated and cost-effective coastal rescue and surveillance network.

Funny How?
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Funny How?: Nature v Nurture

Season 1  |  Episode 4  |  SBS VICELAND  |  December 12, 2017
Can comedy be taught in a classroom? Kilph Nesteroff explores this question with the help of iconoclastic comic Doug Stanhope, and visits with those trying to teach the craft ...

Can comedy be taught in a classroom? Kilph Nesteroff explores this question with the help of iconoclastic comic Doug Stanhope, and visits with those trying to teach the craft of comedy.

Funny How?
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Funny How?: Started From The Bottom

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  SBS VICELAND  |  December 5, 2017
Kilph Nesteroff visits comedy veteran and man of 10,000 noises Michael Winslow, and some young talent to trace the struggles and roadblocks facing comedians on their journeys ...

Kilph Nesteroff visits comedy veteran and man of 10,000 noises Michael Winslow, and some young talent to trace the struggles and roadblocks facing comedians on their journeys to the top.

Johnny Cash's Bitter Tears
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Johnny Cash's Bitter Tears

NITV  |  November 29, 2017
Recorded in 1964, Cash placed himself in the middle of fervent social upheavals gripping the US at the time by using his album, Bitter Tears, to speak out on behalf of native ...

Recorded in 1964, Cash placed himself in the middle of fervent social upheavals gripping the US at the time by using his album, Bitter Tears, to speak out on behalf of native people. Based on the book A Heartbeat And A Guitar: Johnny Cash and The Making of Bitter Tears by Antonino D’Ambrosio, who also directed the documentary Broadcast by NITV as Johnny Cash's Bitter Tears Revisited.

Funny How?
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Funny How?: Queer Now

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  SBS VICELAND  |  November 28, 2017
Queer comics have historically been hidden from sight. Kliph finds out where the scene is at now, if things have changed, and what it's like working as an LGBTQ comic today.

Queer comics have historically been hidden from sight. Kliph finds out where the scene is at now, if things have changed, and what it's like working as an LGBTQ comic today.

Breaking a Monster
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Breaking a Monster

NITV  |  November 26, 2017
Breaking a Monster begins as the three members of band Unlocking the Truth are all in seventh grade, spending their weekends playing a blend of heavy metal and speed punk in ...

Breaking a Monster begins as the three members of band Unlocking the Truth are all in seventh grade, spending their weekends playing a blend of heavy metal and speed punk in Times Square, often drawing substantial crowds. They take on a manager: a 70-year-old industry veteran. With his guidance they are soon on their way to a $1.8 million record deal and a precarious initiation into the music industry. Anything feels possible, and in some moments the band can almost feel the eyes of the world gazing upon them. The boys are coming of age, not only as they make the leap to being professional musicians, but also as they transcend childhood and take their first steps into the complexities of adulthood. The accelerated breakout of any band, let alone one of pre-teens, is an extremely narrow and specific period in time, Breaking a Monster is the story of this rapid transformation.

Funny How?
21:35

Funny How?: The Art of the Bomb

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  SBS VICELAND  |  November 21, 2017
Former stand-up comedian Kilph Nesteroff takes a look at what it takes to be a comic, seeking out rookie and veteran comics to uncover hidden truths of the profession to ...

Former stand-up comedian Kilph Nesteroff takes a look at what it takes to be a comic, seeking out rookie and veteran comics to uncover hidden truths of the profession to reveal the universal humanity behind the craft of comedy. Bombing strikes fear in the heart of every stand-up. Kilph hits the open mic scene for answers, with help from Attell, Lange, Birbiglia, and Hedberg.

Secrets of the Chinese Chariot: The War Machine that Shaped China
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Secrets of the Chinese Chariot: The War Machine that Shaped China

SBS  |  November 19, 2017
The chariot is just about the only thing the Chinese didn't invent, but for over 1000 years, chariots thundered across China's battlefields, dominating warfare far longer than ...

The chariot is just about the only thing the Chinese didn't invent, but for over 1000 years, chariots thundered across China's battlefields, dominating warfare far longer than anywhere else on Earth, and unifying the nation. A team of experts discover how the Chinese did it, how they perfected the ultimate high-status weapon of the ancient world. With exclusive access to superb archaeological discoveries, beautifully preserved chariots from the height of Chinese chariot warfare have been unearthed, complete with sacrificed charioteers, horses and chariots that reveal every detail of their design.

What It's Like
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What It's Like: To Be Me

Season 1  |  Episode 5  |  ABC ME  |  November 12, 2017
A show for young people in our community whose voices, stories and perspectives aren't often seen or heard. We hear from kids with same-sex parents, refugees, young people who ...

A show for young people in our community whose voices, stories and perspectives aren't often seen or heard. We hear from kids with same-sex parents, refugees, young people who experience a disability, and more.

Rock Legends
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Rock Legends: ABBA

Season 3  |  Episode 1  |  Arts  |  November 10, 2017
The band entered superstar status with the 1976 release of their first greatest hits. The token new song on the record was Fernando. It remains ABBA's biggest-selling single ...

The band entered superstar status with the 1976 release of their first greatest hits. The token new song on the record was Fernando. It remains ABBA's biggest-selling single to date, with sales of 10 million copies.

Rock Legends
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Rock Legends: U2

Season 2  |  Episode 15  |  Arts  |  November 9, 2017
U2 are a band who has it all, the sales, the kudos and the questing spirit. To have a name that's synonymous with that kind of stature is an incredible achievement.

U2 are a band who has it all, the sales, the kudos and the questing spirit. To have a name that's synonymous with that kind of stature is an incredible achievement.

Reggie Yates: Inside The Billionaire's Wardrobe
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Reggie Yates: Inside The Billionaire's Wardrobe

ABC2 / KIDS  |  November 8, 2017
British presenter and actor Reggie Yates investigates the reality behind the global super rich's insatiable appetite for luxury goods.

British presenter and actor Reggie Yates investigates the reality behind the global super rich's insatiable appetite for luxury goods.

Rock Legends
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Rock Legends: Sting

Season 2  |  Episode 12  |  Arts  |  November 8, 2017
Looking at these major figures, we discover the story of their lives and the impact they made on popular culture. Using interviews, news archives and performances each story ...

Looking at these major figures, we discover the story of their lives and the impact they made on popular culture. Using interviews, news archives and performances each story will reveal the unique aspect of these iconic stars.

My Online Nightmare
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My Online Nightmare

ABC2 / KIDS  |  November 8, 2017
This episode examines astonishing cases of sex fraud, including a man who was attacked by another man when he thought he was meeting up with his dream girl from a dating website.

This episode examines astonishing cases of sex fraud, including a man who was attacked by another man when he thought he was meeting up with his dream girl from a dating website.

Kanalaritja - An Unbroken String
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Kanalaritja - An Unbroken String

NITV  |  November 7, 2017
Kanalaritja tells the story of Tasmanian Aboriginal shell stringing, a story of survival and resilience.

Kanalaritja tells the story of Tasmanian Aboriginal shell stringing, a story of survival and resilience.

Rock Legends
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Rock Legends: Pulp

Season 2  |  Episode 6  |  Arts  |  November 7, 2017
After coming together in 1980, Pulp didn't really hit public consciousness for many years. Pulp would finally explode on to the mainstream with their huge success of their ...

After coming together in 1980, Pulp didn't really hit public consciousness for many years. Pulp would finally explode on to the mainstream with their huge success of their 1995 single, Common People.

The Vice Guide to Film
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The Vice Guide to Film: David Lynch

Season 1  |  Episode 8  |  SBS VICELAND  |  November 7, 2017
Louis CK, Isabella Rossellini and Madchen Amick guide us through the dark lands of America's homegrown surrealist, from the post-apocalyptic wasteland of Eraserhead through ...

Louis CK, Isabella Rossellini and Madchen Amick guide us through the dark lands of America's homegrown surrealist, from the post-apocalyptic wasteland of Eraserhead through Twin Peaks en route to the nightmarish Tinseltown of Mulholland Drive.

The Pizza Show
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The Pizza Show: Business Of Pizza

Season 1  |  Episode 6  |  SBS VICELAND  |  November 7, 2017
In the season finale, explore new frontiers of the pizza business, beginning at Zume Pizza in Silicon Valley. Then, Frank's off to South Korea to collaborate on a New ...

In the season finale, explore new frontiers of the pizza business, beginning at Zume Pizza in Silicon Valley. Then, Frank's off to South Korea to collaborate on a New York-style pie.

Chemistry: Challenges And Solutions
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Chemistry: Challenges And Solutions: Acids And Bases: The Voyage Of The Proton

ABC ME  |  November 6, 2017
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Whether it is manipulating the pH of the soil to control the colour of hydrangea flowers, or meticulously controlling ingredients to bake the perfect pastry, acid-base ...

Whether it is manipulating the pH of the soil to control the colour of hydrangea flowers, or meticulously controlling ingredients to bake the perfect pastry, acid-base chemistry is all around us.

The World's Most Extraordinary People
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The World's Most Extraordinary People: Life Story

Season 1  |  Episode 5  |  SBS  |  November 6, 2017
Gabriel Weston continues to unlock the secrets of the human body through some of the most extraordinary cases in medicine. This time, Gabriel uncovers the stories of a man ...

Gabriel Weston continues to unlock the secrets of the human body through some of the most extraordinary cases in medicine. This time, Gabriel uncovers the stories of a man with bones as strong as granite, a woman who became pregnant with twins in two separate wombs, a girl whose arm won't stop growing, and a woman who gets lost in her own home.

Weediquette
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Weediquette: Dank New World

Season 3  |  Episode 8  |  SBS VICELAND  |  November 5, 2017
Marijuana legalisation promises a new American success story, but with skyrocketing rents and thousands of people homeless on the streets of Denver, whose green dream is this?

Marijuana legalisation promises a new American success story, but with skyrocketing rents and thousands of people homeless on the streets of Denver, whose green dream is this?

Secrets of the Pyramids
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Secrets of the Pyramids

Episode 1  |  SBS  |  November 5, 2017
The Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt is the oldest and most intact of the seven wonders of the ancient world. For more than 4000 years, this iconic structure has puzzled and ...

The Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt is the oldest and most intact of the seven wonders of the ancient world. For more than 4000 years, this iconic structure has puzzled and astounded in equal measures. Through a unique combination of pioneering archaeology and engineering experiments, this program shines new light on the age-old mystery of who built the pyramids, and how exactly they did it.

The Art of Directing
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The Art of Directing

BBC World News  |  November 4, 2017
The fourth episode of The Art of Directing, presented by actress Cush Jumbo, features British filmmaker Sally Potter.

The fourth episode of The Art of Directing, presented by actress Cush Jumbo, features British filmmaker Sally Potter.

365: Every Day Documentaries
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365: Every Day Documentaries: It's Who We Are

Season 1  |  Episode 276  |  SBS VICELAND  |  November 3, 2017
A story from Melissa and Alice about travel, taking risks and friendship.

A story from Melissa and Alice about travel, taking risks and friendship.

Rock Legends
20:59

Rock Legends: Talking Heads

Season 7  |  Episode 11  |  Arts  |  November 3, 2017
Talking Heads were an American rock band formed in 1975 in New York City and active until 1991. The band comprised David Byrne, Chris Frantz, Tina Weymouth, and Jerry ...

Talking Heads were an American rock band formed in 1975 in New York City and active until 1991. The band comprised David Byrne, Chris Frantz, Tina Weymouth, and Jerry Harrison. Leading music critics cast fresh light on the career of Talking Heads.

Our Stories
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Our Stories

Season 2  |  Episode 29  |  NITV  |  November 2, 2017
Our Stories is a landmark television initiative of mini documentaries - a rich series of digital songlines about culture, history, elders and youth.

Our Stories is a landmark television initiative of mini documentaries - a rich series of digital songlines about culture, history, elders and youth.

Rock Legends
21:21

Rock Legends: Joni Mitchell

Season 7  |  Episode 10  |  Arts  |  November 2, 2017
Singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell, responsible for hits such as Both Sides Now and Big Yellow Taxi, is widely considered 1960s and '70s folk royalty. Leading music critics cast ...

Singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell, responsible for hits such as Both Sides Now and Big Yellow Taxi, is widely considered 1960s and '70s folk royalty. Leading music critics cast fresh light on the career of Joni Mitchell.

Reggie Yates: Life and Death in Chicago
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Reggie Yates: Life and Death in Chicago

ABC2 / KIDS  |  November 1, 2017
Against the backdrop of unprecedented gun violence, award-winning documentarian Reggie Yates travels to Chicago to investigate gun crime in former President Obama's adopted ...

Against the backdrop of unprecedented gun violence, award-winning documentarian Reggie Yates travels to Chicago to investigate gun crime in former President Obama's adopted hometown.

Apex Gang: Behind the Headlines
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Apex Gang: Behind the Headlines

SBS  |  November 1, 2017
As Melbourne struggles with increased youth crime, one particular group have fallen under the spotlight. The so-called Apex have captured the attention of the media, the ...

As Melbourne struggles with increased youth crime, one particular group have fallen under the spotlight. The so-called Apex have captured the attention of the media, the police, and the imagination of the public, but who are they? Are they a serious threat or just a bunch of kids demonised out of proportion to their activities? This documentary seeks to look beyond the media hype at a community under intense scrutiny. Working closely with the South Sudanese community, this documentary goes to the heart of what it takes to make a multicultural society and gives pause to those who have forged a view of migrant communities based on stereotypes by separating myth from reality.

Rock Legends
22:02

Rock Legends: Otis Redding

Season 7  |  Episode 9  |  Arts  |  November 1, 2017
Known as the voice of soul music, Otis Redding died in a plane crash at 26 years old. His song (Sittin' on) The Dock of the Bay hit No.1 in 1968. Leading music critics cast ...

Known as the voice of soul music, Otis Redding died in a plane crash at 26 years old. His song (Sittin' on) The Dock of the Bay hit No.1 in 1968. Leading music critics cast fresh light on the career of Otis Redding.

Australia Remembers: Battle of Beersheba Centenary Service
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Australia Remembers: Battle of Beersheba Centenary Service

ABC  |  October 31, 2017
Prime ministers and dignitaries gather in Israel to recognise the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Beersheba and the famous charge of the 4th Light Horse Brigade: a mounted ...

Prime ministers and dignitaries gather in Israel to recognise the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Beersheba and the famous charge of the 4th Light Horse Brigade: a mounted infantry brigade of the First AIF.

The Vice Guide to Film
22:22

The Vice Guide to Film: Kelly Reichardt

Season 1  |  Episode 7  |  SBS VICELAND  |  October 31, 2017
Jesse Eisenberg, Todd Haynes and John Robinson discuss the career of emerging indie-film darling Kelly Reichardt, whose poetic road movies, from Old Joy to Night Moves, travel ...

Jesse Eisenberg, Todd Haynes and John Robinson discuss the career of emerging indie-film darling Kelly Reichardt, whose poetic road movies, from Old Joy to Night Moves, travel with characters who have become lost in America.

The Pizza Show
21:38

The Pizza Show: Special Slice

Season 1  |  Episode 5  |  SBS VICELAND  |  October 31, 2017
This episode is dedicated to three of the most special slices around: the Grandma, the Jersey Bar Pie, and the Cold Cheese slice.

This episode is dedicated to three of the most special slices around: the Grandma, the Jersey Bar Pie, and the Cold Cheese slice.

What Facebook Knows About You
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What Facebook Knows About You

SBS  |  October 31, 2017
Facebook knows more about us than any other business in history. We trust the social network site with the most private details of our lives, but what does the company that ...

Facebook knows more about us than any other business in history. We trust the social network site with the most private details of our lives, but what does the company that Mark Zuckerberg built do with all of that personal information? This program investigates how Facebook profits from its users, with its powerful algorithms allowing advertisers and politicians to target us more directly than ever before, questioning whether the company's size and complexity now makes it impossible to regulate.

365: Every Day Documentaries
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365: Every Day Documentaries: I Broke My Back And Six Bones In My Legs

Season 1  |  Episode 266  |  SBS VICELAND  |  October 31, 2017
A story from Oscar about living on the land.

A story from Oscar about living on the land.

Australia Remembers: Park of the Australian Soldier Service
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Australia Remembers: Park of the Australian Soldier Service

ABC  |  October 31, 2017
Department of Veterans' Affairs Dave Chalmers emcees the evening service commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Beersheba and the charge of the 4th Light Horse ...

Department of Veterans' Affairs Dave Chalmers emcees the evening service commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Beersheba and the charge of the 4th Light Horse Brigade on October 31, 1917. Held at the Park of the Australian Soldier Service in Israel on October 31, 2017.

Chemistry: Challenges And Solutions
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Chemistry: Challenges And Solutions: Equilibrium And Advanced Thermodynamics: Balance And Chemical Reactions

ABC ME  |  October 30, 2017
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Some chemical reactions happen spontaneously while others are non-spontaneous and need to absorb energy to occur. Using thermodynamics, and the calculation of Gibbs free ...

Some chemical reactions happen spontaneously while others are non-spontaneous and need to absorb energy to occur. Using thermodynamics, and the calculation of Gibbs free energy, scientists predict which reactions will occur.

The World's Most Extraordinary People
58:59

The World's Most Extraordinary People: The Ultimate Machine

Episode 4  |  SBS  |  October 30, 2017
Gabriel Weston continues to unlock the secrets of the human body through some of the most extraordinary cases in medicine. This time, we meet a girl with two hearts, a man who ...

Gabriel Weston continues to unlock the secrets of the human body through some of the most extraordinary cases in medicine. This time, we meet a girl with two hearts, a man who can sing two notes at once, a woman who can bend in amazing ways, a girl who is allergic to everything, and a man who can run 565km without stopping. These remarkable cases reveal the secret inner workings of our bodies, the ultimate piece of natural engineering.

Australian Story
30:03

Australian Story: Balancing The Scales

ABC  |  October 30, 2017
Elisha Rose has lived with the shame and stigma of her father's actions since she was 13 years old. In 1998, Lindsey Rose was sentenced to five consecutive life sentences, ...

Elisha Rose has lived with the shame and stigma of her father's actions since she was 13 years old. In 1998, Lindsey Rose was sentenced to five consecutive life sentences, never to be released. But rather than being consumed by trauma, Elisha is determined to atone for her father's crimes.

Underwater Pompeii
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Underwater Pompeii

SBS  |  October 29, 2017
Baiae is an ancient Roman city that was lost to the same volcanoes that entombed Pompeii. It was a lavish escape for Rome's rich and powerful elite. Unlike Pompeii, Baiae sits ...

Baiae is an ancient Roman city that was lost to the same volcanoes that entombed Pompeii. It was a lavish escape for Rome's rich and powerful elite. Unlike Pompeii, Baiae sits underwater in the Bay of Naples. A team of archaeologists map the underwater ruins to piece together what made Baiae such a special place.

Weediquette
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Weediquette: Between Life and Dope

Season 3  |  Episode 7  |  SBS VICELAND  |  October 29, 2017
Krishna explores how the stigma around medical weed can have deadly consequences, following the story of a Maine man who was kicked off of an organ transplant list for using pot.

Krishna explores how the stigma around medical weed can have deadly consequences, following the story of a Maine man who was kicked off of an organ transplant list for using pot.

Why Trains Crash
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Why Trains Crash

SBS  |  October 28, 2017
Deadly train accidents claim dozens of lives each year, but just how safe are the railroads? This documentary investigates recent rail tragedies and advances in train ...

Deadly train accidents claim dozens of lives each year, but just how safe are the railroads? This documentary investigates recent rail tragedies and advances in train technology that could help prevent them, by taking a special look at Japan's super-efficient bullet trains, which have a perfect safety record, revealing what it would take to usher in a new golden age of safer, faster, more modern and reliable train travel.

Our Stories
13:56

Our Stories: 2017 Compilation

Season 1  |  Episode 25  |  NITV  |  October 27, 2017
Check out the best of Our Stories for 2017, highlighting some of the mini-documentaries by emerging Indigenous filmmakers from regional and remote Australia.

Check out the best of Our Stories for 2017, highlighting some of the mini-documentaries by emerging Indigenous filmmakers from regional and remote Australia.

States of Undress
42:04

States of Undress: Communism, Cam Girls And Kidnapping

Season 1  |  Episode 8  |  SBS VICELAND  |  October 26, 2017
Hailey travels to Romania in the midst of the largest protests since the fall of communism to find out what it's like to be the first generation of women raised in the ...

Hailey travels to Romania in the midst of the largest protests since the fall of communism to find out what it's like to be the first generation of women raised in the European Union.

Our Stories
14:10

Our Stories: 2017 Compilation

Season 1  |  Episode 24  |  NITV  |  October 26, 2017
Check out the best of Our Stories for 2017, highlighting some of the mini-documentaries by emerging Indigenous filmmakers from regional and remote Australia.

Check out the best of Our Stories for 2017, highlighting some of the mini-documentaries by emerging Indigenous filmmakers from regional and remote Australia.

Our Stories
13:43

Our Stories: Deline Briscoe

Season 1  |  Episode 23  |  NITV  |  October 25, 2017
Blazer singer and songwriter Deline Briscoe has forged a successful career in the world of Indigenous music performers.

Blazer singer and songwriter Deline Briscoe has forged a successful career in the world of Indigenous music performers.

The Insider: Reggie Yates
54:47

The Insider: Reggie Yates

ABC2 / KIDS  |  October 25, 2017
Reggie Yates is back in jail a year after spending a week locked up - but this time he's a prison guard. Working inside Guildford County Jail in North Carolina, Reggie helps ...

Reggie Yates is back in jail a year after spending a week locked up - but this time he's a prison guard. Working inside Guildford County Jail in North Carolina, Reggie helps guard nearly 1000 prisoners.

The Vice Guide To Film
21:39

The Vice Guide To Film: John Carpenter

Season 1  |  Episode 6  |  SBS VICELAND  |  October 24, 2017
Eli Roth, Rob Zombie and David Keith share their reactions of shock and awe to the terrifying and innovative films of John Carpenter as the director reflects on his love-hate ...

Eli Roth, Rob Zombie and David Keith share their reactions of shock and awe to the terrifying and innovative films of John Carpenter as the director reflects on his love-hate relationship with Hollywood, and what it takes to be a master of horror.

World's Busiest Cities
58:37

World's Busiest Cities: Delhi

ABC  |  October 24, 2017
Dan Snow, Anita Rani and Ade Adepitan go behind the scenes to reveal the networks of people and systems keeping Delhi running. They visit the mega markets and see how Delhi is ...

Dan Snow, Anita Rani and Ade Adepitan go behind the scenes to reveal the networks of people and systems keeping Delhi running. They visit the mega markets and see how Delhi is coping with rapid population growth.

Catalyst
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Catalyst

ABC  |  October 24, 2017
Gut Revolution seeks to sort the facts from the faeces in an observational series that follows two people with debilitating gut issues on their quest for better health. Garry ...

Gut Revolution seeks to sort the facts from the faeces in an observational series that follows two people with debilitating gut issues on their quest for better health. Garry has tried it all to lose weight, from the Biggest Loser to meal replacement shakes. And despite temporary victories, the kilos always pile back on. Are Garry's gut bacteria keeping him fat and can the Gut Revolution help him? Nutrition scientist Dr Joanna McMillan and her team of experts explore new and controversial science that suggests gut bacteria might just be affecting our appetites and moods.

Our Stories
14:32

Our Stories: My Father is a Fruit Vendor

Season 1  |  Episode 22  |  NITV  |  October 24, 2017
Anthony Ware is a Torres Strait Islander with a granddad who sells fruit by the side of the road. We join him for a week to meet his local suppliers, quirky regulars, and to ...

Anthony Ware is a Torres Strait Islander with a granddad who sells fruit by the side of the road. We join him for a week to meet his local suppliers, quirky regulars, and to discover what he does.

The Pizza Show
21:31

The Pizza Show: New York

Episode 4  |  SBS VICELAND  |  October 24, 2017
New York City is the birthplace of many things, but for today's purposes, we're sticking to pizza. We hit all the best slices, from Greenwich Village to Soho.

New York City is the birthplace of many things, but for today's purposes, we're sticking to pizza. We hit all the best slices, from Greenwich Village to Soho.

Chemistry: Challenges And Solutions
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Chemistry: Challenges And Solutions: When Chemicals Meet Water: The Properties Of Solutions

ABC ME  |  October 23, 2017
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Teaches concepts of general chemistry by presenting real challenges in energy production, materials development, biochemistry and environmental protection. The course zeroes ...

Teaches concepts of general chemistry by presenting real challenges in energy production, materials development, biochemistry and environmental protection. The course zeroes in on core topics taught in introductory chemistry.

Australian Story
29:59

Australian Story: End Game

ABC  |  October 23, 2017
Will he stay or will he go? It's the biggest question in Australian football right now. After weeks of criticism, Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou has sat down for a ...

Will he stay or will he go? It's the biggest question in Australian football right now. After weeks of criticism, Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou has sat down for a one-on-one with Australian Story to address the intense speculation surrounding his future.

Operation Cloud Lab
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Operation Cloud Lab

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  BBC Knowledge  |  October 23, 2017
Continuing their journey across the US in one of the world's largest airships, the team questions how the atmosphere changes with altitude and how that has an impact on the ...

Continuing their journey across the US in one of the world's largest airships, the team questions how the atmosphere changes with altitude and how that has an impact on the life found there. Microbiologist Dr Chris van Tulleken and former paratrooper Andy Torbet search for living microorganisms in the 'death zone' of high altitude. Parachuting from 8000m, Andy has to overcome sub-freezing temperatures and fatally low levels of oxygen to undertake the experiment. Aboard the airship, expedition leader Felicity Aston and Dr Jim McQuaid explore the impact of human behaviour upon the atmosphere, questioning whether cities can create their own weather. They unravel a mysterious increase in rainfall over the desert city of Phoenix, Arizona. Dr Sarah Beynon paraglides for a close encounter with a hawk and a unique opportunity to study up close the adaptations that enable these birds to fly so effortlessly. To conclude their expedition the team scuba dive in the giant kelp forest of Monterey Bay, California, to discover how the atmosphere creates habitats below the ocean surface. One of the most fertile and diverse habitats in the seas, it is a vivid demonstration of the power of the atmosphere to reach in to every corner of the planet, and make it a place for life.

Our Stories
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Our Stories: Beneath Kukuwam Smiles

Season 1  |  Episode 21  |  NITV  |  October 23, 2017
Beneath Kukuwam Smiles reflects the emotional, financial and cultural struggles laying underneath traditional tombstone openings in the remote Far North Queensland community ...

Beneath Kukuwam Smiles reflects the emotional, financial and cultural struggles laying underneath traditional tombstone openings in the remote Far North Queensland community of Seisia.

The World's Most Extraordinary People
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The World's Most Extraordinary People

Episode 3  |  SBS  |  October 23, 2017
Surgeon Gabriel Weston continues to unlock the secrets of the human body through some of the most extraordinary cases in medicine. Meet a man who feels no pain, a woman who ...

Surgeon Gabriel Weston continues to unlock the secrets of the human body through some of the most extraordinary cases in medicine. Meet a man who feels no pain, a woman who can smell Parkinson's disease, a man who can remember every face he has ever seen, and a survivor of a head injury who woke up to find he could suddenly play the piano. These remarkable cases shed new light on one of the most mysterious parts of the human body: the brain.

Weediquette
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Weediquette: High Risk Pregnancies

Season 3  |  Episode 6  |  SBS VICELAND  |  October 22, 2017
As marijuana legalisation spreads, more mums-to-be are using pot to treat their pregnancy-related symptoms. Krishna investigates the legal risk to the mother, and health risk ...

As marijuana legalisation spreads, more mums-to-be are using pot to treat their pregnancy-related symptoms. Krishna investigates the legal risk to the mother, and health risk to the foetus.

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