After a three-week road trip, the Indians' Australian odyssey is nearly at an end. But before they reveal their views on Australia, they take a look at our drinking culture...
Australians drink more than just about any other country on earth; we also love our cricket. Joe introduces the Indians to a grand tradition - a beer at the cricket.
Journalist Joe Hildebrand takes four Indians on an Australian road trip to examine our most negative stereotypes. Tonight, they dive head first into Australia's multicultural melting pot. Despite joining a nation built by successive waves of refugees, the most recent arrivals often cop the most flack and in Australia in 2012, it is Australian Muslims who are on the front line.
Australians get a bad rap overseas, and our stocks seem especially low in India. In fact, a sizeable chunk of India's 1.2 billion people think Aussies are dumb, drunk and racist. But doesn't every country have its negative stereotypes? In this six-part factual series, journalist Joe Hildebrand takes four Indians on a road-trip around Australia to examine our worst stereotypes - are we really beer-swilling, racist bogans, or are we simply misunderstood?