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BTN investigates the issue of elephant poaching and measures that are being taken to stop it and protect the elephant population of South Africa.

BTN investigates the issue of elephant poaching and measures that are being taken to stop it and protect the elephant population of South Africa.

Adam Shaw talks to world renowned architect Daniel Libeskind to discuss how architects and designers are using the latest innovations to better plan for the city of the future.

Adam Shaw talks to world renowned architect Daniel Libeskind to discuss how architects and designers are using the latest innovations to better plan for the city of the future.

Adam Shaw travels to New York to meet globally renowned economist Jeffrey Sachs to discuss the challenge we face in securing our food supply in the decades ahead.

Adam Shaw travels to New York to meet globally renowned economist Jeffrey Sachs to discuss the challenge we face in securing our food supply in the decades ahead.

Adam shaw visits Spain. In 2009, Spain had to import 79% of its energy, but with an abundance of sunshine and wind, it's developing technology to store that power when the sun ...

Adam shaw visits Spain. In 2009, Spain had to import 79% of its energy, but with an abundance of sunshine and wind, it's developing technology to store that power when the sun goes down and the wind stops blowing.

Technology is moving at the speed of light. In this episode we look at the people behind the technology and what inspired them including Sir Richard Branson and Hisao Tanaka.

Technology is moving at the speed of light. In this episode we look at the people behind the technology and what inspired them including Sir Richard Branson and Hisao Tanaka.

How do you fight hunger in the 21st Century? Horizons looks at the importance of drought-tolerant crops and the need to combat food insecurity in the developing and developed ...

How do you fight hunger in the 21st Century? Horizons looks at the importance of drought-tolerant crops and the need to combat food insecurity in the developing and developed world.

Adam Shaw travels to Shanghai to see how Chinese brands are responding to the demand for high quality products, and exploiting their rich cultural heritage to create desirable ...

Adam Shaw travels to Shanghai to see how Chinese brands are responding to the demand for high quality products, and exploiting their rich cultural heritage to create desirable international brands for a global market.

Adam Shaw interviews Robert Nicholls who is professor of Coastal Engineering at the University of Southampton about the need to plan for increasingly disruptive sea levels.

Adam Shaw interviews Robert Nicholls who is professor of Coastal Engineering at the University of Southampton about the need to plan for increasingly disruptive sea levels.

Adam Shaw asks the 86 billion nerve cell question, will we ever understand a three-pound bag of cells? Horizons examines the human brain and technology expanding our knowledge.

Adam Shaw asks the 86 billion nerve cell question, will we ever understand a three-pound bag of cells? Horizons examines the human brain and technology expanding our knowledge.

Twenty years after the Brutland Report coined the term "sustainable development" we scour the world asking presidents, ministers, scientists and activists, why does making ...

Twenty years after the Brutland Report coined the term "sustainable development" we scour the world asking presidents, ministers, scientists and activists, why does making economies "sustainable" remain so elusive?

Nature has 3.8 billion years of making things work effectively and efficiently, so just how can we learn from its experience? Adam Shaw explores the growing field of biomimicry.

Nature has 3.8 billion years of making things work effectively and efficiently, so just how can we learn from its experience? Adam Shaw explores the growing field of biomimicry.

Adam Shaw travels to Boston to explore how science and technology are being used to plan for the future to reduce the social and economic impact of an older global population.

Adam Shaw travels to Boston to explore how science and technology are being used to plan for the future to reduce the social and economic impact of an older global population.

It's the not-so-trashy reality show that takes well-known recyclables where they belong! Follow brave recyclables such as Bernie the Banana, Billie Jeans, and Baxter Bottle on ...

It's the not-so-trashy reality show that takes well-known recyclables where they belong! Follow brave recyclables such as Bernie the Banana, Billie Jeans, and Baxter Bottle on their very different journeys of transformation. In this episode, we meet Bernie, an eco conscious Banana who has decided that he is destined for something more than just going to the tip. Follow Bernie on his journey of transformation!

We're looking at the environment: saving the Murray Darling River System; where our glass recycling really goes; getting rid of petrol and diesel cars in the UK; and saving ...

We're looking at the environment: saving the Murray Darling River System; where our glass recycling really goes; getting rid of petrol and diesel cars in the UK; and saving animals from poachers in Cambodia.

Pollution of water and air by sewage, heavy metals and plastic is often unseen or unnoticed - preventing and reversing the effects of contamination will be crucial in the ...

Pollution of water and air by sewage, heavy metals and plastic is often unseen or unnoticed - preventing and reversing the effects of contamination will be crucial in the years ahead.

Italy is a country famous for its passion and respect for food. Adam Shaw follows the supply chain from farm to plate to see what Italian businesses are doing to reduce the ...

Italy is a country famous for its passion and respect for food. Adam Shaw follows the supply chain from farm to plate to see what Italian businesses are doing to reduce the amount of wasted food.

Director of Dig! Ondi Timoner embeds herself within a group of idealistic students and a charismatic entrepreneur who are committing themselves to create what they call 'the ...

Director of Dig! Ondi Timoner embeds herself within a group of idealistic students and a charismatic entrepreneur who are committing themselves to create what they call 'the world's greatest sustainable modern town' deep in the Panamanian jungle. Eighty interns say goodbye to their families and comfortable homes to descend into the jungle of Panama. It's the hardest semester in Kalu Yala's history, with the most rain and interns, putting a strain on this fragile community.

Peter Kuruvita's Coastal Kitchen
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Peter Kuruvita's Coastal Kitchen

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  SBS  |  November 10, 2016
Home Grown - Having bid farewell to city life and moved to the tropical seaside town of Noosa, chef and restaurateur Peter Kuruvita heads out to meet the community of ...

Home Grown - Having bid farewell to city life and moved to the tropical seaside town of Noosa, chef and restaurateur Peter Kuruvita heads out to meet the community of passionate producers to discover more about the fresh local produce that has made this region one of the most exciting new foodie destinations in Australia. Since moving to the Sunshine Coast, Peter and his family haven't looked back. Peter begins his journey by visiting family-owned and run farms in the Sunshine Coast before transforming their produce into family friendly dishes, including his own Kuruvita family favourite, Pho, using Thai Basil picked from his own garden. (S.1 Ep.1) (Class. tba)

This is the coldest, windiest and driest continent on Earth and since 1957 it has been home to Scott Base, New Zealand's Antarctic Research Station. After years of planning ...

This is the coldest, windiest and driest continent on Earth and since 1957 it has been home to Scott Base, New Zealand's Antarctic Research Station. After years of planning and expense, six research teams have arrived to study everything from the volcanos to a floating piece of ice the size of France and each team's results could have massive implications for our understanding of climate change around the world.

Journalist Charlie Bird heads for India to explore one of the most enchanting rivers on the planet - the mighty and sacred River Ganges. An explosion of colour, people, ...

Journalist Charlie Bird heads for India to explore one of the most enchanting rivers on the planet - the mighty and sacred River Ganges. An explosion of colour, people, culture and history awaits him on his 2,500 km journey upstream from sea to source as he travels from the Bay of Bengal to the mighty Himalayas.

This special looks at ways to manage Aussie animals, including using chicken wire in the desert, managing too many kangaroos, kids becoming bush detectives, and reintroducing ...

This special looks at ways to manage Aussie animals, including using chicken wire in the desert, managing too many kangaroos, kids becoming bush detectives, and reintroducing a native species to mainland Australia.

As newly appointed United Nations Messenger of Peace on Climate Change, Leonardo DiCaprio embarks on the role of a lifetime. Journeying from the remote wastes of Greenland to ...

As newly appointed United Nations Messenger of Peace on Climate Change, Leonardo DiCaprio embarks on the role of a lifetime. Journeying from the remote wastes of Greenland to the burning forests of Sumatra to the halls of the Vatican, DiCaprio explores climate change's devastating impact on the planet. He uses his unprecedented access to speak with activists, scientists, and world leaders including Barack Obama, Elon Musk, and Pope Francis; Delving deep into the causes of the crisis and uncovering potential solutions to it.

Expedition Tiger
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Expedition Tiger

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  ABC  |  February 5, 2012
An expedition team comprising tiger experts, photographers, adventurers, a naturalist and a scientist, venture high into Bhutan in the Himalayas in search of big cats. They ...

An expedition team comprising tiger experts, photographers, adventurers, a naturalist and a scientist, venture high into Bhutan in the Himalayas in search of big cats. They are searching for a secret tiger population which could save the magnificent creatures from extinction.

Even if regional transportation becomes more efficient, people and goods will still need to travel the world. The final episode of E2 Transport looks at new technologies and ...

Even if regional transportation becomes more efficient, people and goods will still need to travel the world. The final episode of E2 Transport looks at new technologies and policies that could offset the aviation industry's substantial greenhouse gas emissions.

Back for a second series, this 'paddock to plate' program shows in detail where our food comes from and the farmers who grow it, as well as the consumers who buy it and some ...

Back for a second series, this 'paddock to plate' program shows in detail where our food comes from and the farmers who grow it, as well as the consumers who buy it and some of Australia's top chefs who cook it.

Find out how you can make your own home grown coconut products. Insights into a world first carbon project using fire and a fine dining experience for the workers on a remote ...

Find out how you can make your own home grown coconut products. Insights into a world first carbon project using fire and a fine dining experience for the workers on a remote cattle station.

This 'paddock to plate' program shows in detail where our food comes from and the farmers who grow it, as well as the consumers who buy it and some of Australia's top chefs ...

This 'paddock to plate' program shows in detail where our food comes from and the farmers who grow it, as well as the consumers who buy it and some of Australia's top chefs who cook it.

In this episode discover the inside one of the country's biggest free-range egg farms. Find out how going organic to help save the family farm and exclusive news about ...

In this episode discover the inside one of the country's biggest free-range egg farms. Find out how going organic to help save the family farm and exclusive news about Landline's own Sean Murphy takes us on touching visit to his hometown.

Insights into refugee farmers who are producing millions of dollars of vegetables. An exclusive interview with the woman behind the little dairy with a big heart as well as ...

Insights into refugee farmers who are producing millions of dollars of vegetables. An exclusive interview with the woman behind the little dairy with a big heart as well as the role of seedbanks in global agriculture.

The social enterprise is transforming unproductive urban spaces into small farms. Students and their sheep dogs are learning together at dog school. Also find out about the ...

The social enterprise is transforming unproductive urban spaces into small farms. Students and their sheep dogs are learning together at dog school. Also find out about the locally grown French wine grape finds a perfect match in oysters.

Watch this episode of A Taste of Landline to discover how Wagga Wagga canola oil is doing big business in India. Exclusive insights into the food relief charity helping feed ...

Watch this episode of A Taste of Landline to discover how Wagga Wagga canola oil is doing big business in India. Exclusive insights into the food relief charity helping feed needy Australians and pioneering Tasmanian farming family who took a chance on tulips.

This 'paddock to plate' program shows in detail where our food comes from and the farmers who grow it, as well as the consumers who buy it and some of Australia's top chefs ...

This 'paddock to plate' program shows in detail where our food comes from and the farmers who grow it, as well as the consumers who buy it and some of Australia's top chefs who cook it.

Find out how modern technology is reshaping the wool industry. Also get insights into 'Home grown' ready-to-eat tuna and about protecting high-value crops from the elements.

Find out how modern technology is reshaping the wool industry. Also get insights into 'Home grown' ready-to-eat tuna and about protecting high-value crops from the elements.

This 'paddock to plate' program shows in detail where our food comes from and the farmers who grow it, as well as the consumers who buy it and some of Australia's top chefs ...

This 'paddock to plate' program shows in detail where our food comes from and the farmers who grow it, as well as the consumers who buy it and some of Australia's top chefs who cook it.

This 'paddock to plate' program shows in detail where our food comes from and the farmers who grow it, as well as the consumers who buy it and some of Australia's top chefs ...

This 'paddock to plate' program shows in detail where our food comes from and the farmers who grow it, as well as the consumers who buy it and some of Australia's top chefs who cook it.

Back for a second series, this 'paddock to plate' program shows in detail where our food comes from and the farmers who grow it, as well as the consumers who buy it and some ...

Back for a second series, this 'paddock to plate' program shows in detail where our food comes from and the farmers who grow it, as well as the consumers who buy it and some of Australia's top chefs who cook it.

One of the world's top wildlife photographers, Cyril Ruoso, is partnered up with a scientific journalist for an adventurous journey through three of the most extreme ...

One of the world's top wildlife photographers, Cyril Ruoso, is partnered up with a scientific journalist for an adventurous journey through three of the most extreme ecosystems on our planet, the impenetrable rainforest of the Amazon, the skyscraping glaciers of the Andes, and the desert plains of the Pacific Coast of Peru. During their search for rare and uncommon species, they meet with scientists and discover what links all three ecosystems together. Finally, they understand the need to preserve them when climate change and human activity are threatening their very existence.

Farmers race to put new plants in the ground to keep up with demand for Australian macadamias; an unlikely partnership between Tasmanian wool growers and high-end fashion ...

Farmers race to put new plants in the ground to keep up with demand for Australian macadamias; an unlikely partnership between Tasmanian wool growers and high-end fashion designers; the incredible effort to protect your lettuce.

Urban farms feeding the needy, but can tropical sweet potato be grown in Melbourne's temperate climate? The most expensive milk you'll ever buy - the rise of camel milk in ...

Urban farms feeding the needy, but can tropical sweet potato be grown in Melbourne's temperate climate? The most expensive milk you'll ever buy - the rise of camel milk in Australia. Plus freezing Australian berries.

This week on A Taste of Landline find out how a citrus orchard has transformed a WA wheatbelt town; Clydesdales - the gentle giants of the horse world that helped build ...

This week on A Taste of Landline find out how a citrus orchard has transformed a WA wheatbelt town; Clydesdales - the gentle giants of the horse world that helped build Australia; And the mysteries of bio-dynamic winemaking.

This 'paddock to plate' program shows in detail where our food comes from and the farmers who grow it, as well as the consumers who buy it and some of Australia's top chefs ...

This 'paddock to plate' program shows in detail where our food comes from and the farmers who grow it, as well as the consumers who buy it and some of Australia's top chefs who cook it.

Exclusive insights into the highs and lows of emu farming. Can conservation pay its way on a farm? find out the answer and up close and personal with a man who has been ...

Exclusive insights into the highs and lows of emu farming. Can conservation pay its way on a farm? find out the answer and up close and personal with a man who has been delivering fruit and veggies for more than half a century.

This week get insights into a family farm with a regenerative approach to agriculture. Discover some unusual livestock helping people living with dementia and updates of the ...

This week get insights into a family farm with a regenerative approach to agriculture. Discover some unusual livestock helping people living with dementia and updates of the station jillaroo who became a social media influencer.

This week's episode focuses on a growing appetite for goat in Australia. Find out about working farms that double as camping grounds and Tassie bubbles that are taking on the ...

This week's episode focuses on a growing appetite for goat in Australia. Find out about working farms that double as camping grounds and Tassie bubbles that are taking on the French.

This 'paddock to plate' program shows in detail where our food comes from and the farmers who grow it, as well as the consumers who buy it and some of Australia's top chefs ...

This 'paddock to plate' program shows in detail where our food comes from and the farmers who grow it, as well as the consumers who buy it and some of Australia's top chefs who cook it.

This 'paddock to plate' program shows in detail where our food comes from and the farmers who grow it, as well as the consumers who buy it and some of Australia's top chefs ...

This 'paddock to plate' program shows in detail where our food comes from and the farmers who grow it, as well as the consumers who buy it and some of Australia's top chefs who cook it.

This 'paddock to plate' program shows in detail where our food comes from and the farmers who grow it, as well as the consumers who buy it and some of Australia's top chefs ...

This 'paddock to plate' program shows in detail where our food comes from and the farmers who grow it, as well as the consumers who buy it and some of Australia's top chefs who cook it.

This 'paddock to plate' program shows in detail where our food comes from and the farmers who grow it, as well as the consumers who buy it and some of Australia's top chefs ...

This 'paddock to plate' program shows in detail where our food comes from and the farmers who grow it, as well as the consumers who buy it and some of Australia's top chefs who cook it.

This 'paddock to plate' program shows in detail where our food comes from and the farmers who grow it, as well as the consumers who buy it and some of Australia's top chefs ...

This 'paddock to plate' program shows in detail where our food comes from and the farmers who grow it, as well as the consumers who buy it and some of Australia's top chefs who cook it.

In this week's episode find out about restoring Australia's historic hawthorn hedge rows. Discover fishing, from bait to plate with pipis on the menu. Find out all about ...

In this week's episode find out about restoring Australia's historic hawthorn hedge rows. Discover fishing, from bait to plate with pipis on the menu. Find out all about Breeding better bees on Rottnest Island.

In this week's episode find out all about the growing Scottish Highland beef in Australia, how an old tin mining town gets a new lease on life thanks to extreme sports and the ...

In this week's episode find out all about the growing Scottish Highland beef in Australia, how an old tin mining town gets a new lease on life thanks to extreme sports and the rewards of harvesting natural oils.

This 'paddock to plate' program shows in detail where our food comes from and the farmers who grow it, as well as the consumers who buy it and some of Australia's top chefs ...

This 'paddock to plate' program shows in detail where our food comes from and the farmers who grow it, as well as the consumers who buy it and some of Australia's top chefs who cook it.

Farmers race to put new plants in the ground to keep up with demand for Aussie macadamias; an unlikely partnership between Tasmanian wool growers and high-end fashion ...

Farmers race to put new plants in the ground to keep up with demand for Aussie macadamias; an unlikely partnership between Tasmanian wool growers and high-end fashion designers; the incredible effort to protect your lettuce.

This 'paddock to plate' program shows in detail where our food comes from and the farmers who grow it, as well as the consumers who buy it and some of Australia's top chefs ...

This 'paddock to plate' program shows in detail where our food comes from and the farmers who grow it, as well as the consumers who buy it and some of Australia's top chefs who cook it.

Due to various reasons our ozone layer has been affected. Find out concerns and ways to combat this issue in this collection featuring information about the ozone layer and climate change.
From Bathurst to Jabiluka, or gold to uranium, mining has reshaped Australia's landscape, economy and society. Explore the boom times and busts of life when miners move in or move on.
From Scope's junior scientists to Stephen Hawking, share how researchers and futurists imagine what our lives will look like in years to come, and how they're preparing for it.
Explore a range of farm animals and farm produce, and explore ways farm produce is packaged before being moved from the farm to places where the food is sold or made into other products. (ACSSU002, ACSSU017, VCSSU042, VCSSU043)
Australia is home to more than one million species, many of which are found nowhere else in the world. Discover all about them in this playlist.
Living things have basic needs, including food and water and are important to us. Discover how to care for all types of living things in this curated playlist. (ACSSU002,ACSSU017,ACSSU211,VCSSU042)
Australia is addressing climate change and ensuring energy security and affordability. Find out more about the effects of climate change and how it is impacting your life. ((ACHGK020,VCGGK110,VCGGK147)
Climate change is rapidly effecting our environment and our lives. Discover what is happening and how everyone can take part in making a difference. (ACHGK020,VCGGK096)
From sharks and sea turtles to octopus and corals, you’re in the right place to take a deep dive into oceans and marine life with this meticulous designed playlist for all the ocean lovers. (ACHASSK047,VCGGC058,VCGGC072,VCGGC086,VCGGC100,VCGGK105)
Environmentalists are full of ideas about how we can make changes in our everyday lives and reduce the impact on our environment. These videos show us how.
Over the past 200 years many species of plants and animals have become extinct. Find out all about management and conservation measures are taken to save others from a similar fate.
Bees are actually really important and do more than just buzzing around. This week let's celebrate World Bee Day to help raise awareness on why bees are important for our ecosystem. (ACSSU073)
Dive into the Great Barrier Reef with Attenborough, explore Kakadu's Mountford rock art, peek inside the micro-worlds of the Galapagos, and be awed by the Great Wall of China when exploring the world's heritage sites.
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