Patrick describes his experience with bipolar disorder after being hospitalised following a manic episode.
In an attempt to dissuade Juliet from harming herself, Friar Laurence outlines a plan to fake her death so she might avoid a wedding she doesn't want and be free to run away with Romeo.
Speaking for the first time, Romeo leads Juliet away from the dance floor and, after a sonnet likening his lips to a pilgrim at a shrine, the would-be lovers kiss.
Dannii and Gareth meet Amir Taghinia, an Iranian refugee who was resettled in Canada after five years on Manus Island, who shares footage of the conditions in the processing centre.
Watch a short history of Australia's refugee policies since 2001 and Operation Sovereign Borders' attempts to stop asylum seekers who arrive by boat.
Jimmy Barnes describes how he would spend his time as a child in Adelaide with other migrants, and recounts the time a lion escaped from a circus, likening the emaciated condition of the lion to the health of migrant children.
Meshel Laurie and Peter Spida Everitt witness an air drop of food over a village near the capital of South Sudan, Juba.
The Hollywood team members discuss whether they vote or not. Voting is not compulsory in the United States. Do you think voting in Australia should be voluntary? Why? Why not? The President's advisors are happy the scandal is not on the front pages of the newspapers, would it be more difficult to hide a story in this day in age of social media?
The panel discuss two of Bob Katter's campaign ads in lead up to the 2013 federal election and argue over whether they are brilliant or barmy.
The Embarrassing Bodies team meets a teenage boy who had recently been diagnosed with diabetes, leans how he struggles with it, and introduces him to a professional rugby player for some advice.
Michael Mosley swallows a tiny camera for a tour inside the human digestive system.
The events leading up to the French Revolution, the execution of Louis XVI and the beginning of The Terror.
Selfridge reveals the mining company's agenda when dressing down exobiologist Augustine.
A recreation of the housing for three types of poor families in Victorian London - an unskilled family, skilled family and a rent collector.
Michael Moore meets National Rifle Association president Charlton Heston to discuss America's gun culture and the shooting death of a sixyearold girl by one of her classmates.
Facing disciplinary action, Billy needs to tell the school how he feels when he performs ballet if he's to stay, and reveals a sense of freedom when he's dancing.
Physicist Max Tegmark uses a waterfall analogy to explain how black holes work, how the event horizon is the point of no return, and what it would be like to go through one.