Australian Landscape features heavily, offering a sense of remoteness. When Robyn finally finds her camels, Dookie, Bub, Zeleika and Goliath, she lets out her fears and frustrations on Dookie.
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.
Physicist Douglas Leonard explains the relationship between black holes and the sun, and reveals how the Hubble Telescope helped discover a black hole where sun had gone supernova.
Language warning. Goes inside Dorralong rehabilitation centre to meet young ice addicts and find out how they got hooked.
Worried that the mining company is up to no good, the Na'vi capture Scully to study him and better undertand their human visitors.
Bonita and Koiki's son accidentally ingests some kerosene and they must take him to the town hospital. After their son is released, the young family must find somewhere to sleep for the night, awaiting the morning train. All the hotels refuse to let the young indigenous family hire a room. After work the next day, Eddie takes a small stand against the endemic racism Indigenous people face.
"Knowledge is power" begins Victor's new professor. Standing in the middle of a panopticon, as he addresses the new students. A shaded onlooker locks eyes with the professor before he stresses the need to apply your self to the laws of physical reality. Victor questions what he considers a narrow-minded approach, stirring the attention of the shaded figure and ridicule from the speaker. The use of light and dark offers a literal foreshadowing of Victor and the anonymous man's future relationship
Romeo is seen lingering at the Verona beach. In the car, Ted and Caroline, Romeo's parents, agonise over his heavy-hearted. Fearing his self-afflicted isolation, they ask Benvolio, Romeo's cousin, to appease their child's black and portentous mood. On the beach, Benvolio asks what sadness occupies the days and Romeo talks of unrequited love, but is disappointed to see Benvolio has involved himself in another violent fray.
Seeking solitude from the party, Romeo and Juliet meet eyes across an aquarium and fall in love. But Juliet is stolen away at her mother behest, to meet the fable suitor. Following in chase, Romeo is seen by Juliet's cousin, Tybalt. Tybalt vows to kill Romeo for his intrusion, but Fulgencio, Juliet's father, stops him and commands that he endures his anger. Romeo and Juliet steal glances as she dances with the suitor Paris.
... but oversharing can backfire. This experiment shows just how honest we really can be with each other.
In the slums of London, people needed to 'pad out' their food with chalk and sand to make it last. But food wasn't the only hardship.
Winston hires the shopkeeper's room for four dollars. At works, Winston steals glances at Julia. Later, as he waits in the newly rented room, he thinks of the enormous dangers their encounters could incur. When she arrives, she shows him the illicit items she has squirrelled from the Inner Party's supplies.
Marina Brizar and Jacqui Lambie take part in a exercise to detect improvised explosive devices (IEDs) in a bombed out building in Syria.
Musician Marilyn Manson is amongst those blamed for the Columbine massacre after it is revealed that the shooters were fans. (Coarse language).
When methane from fracking infiltrated the water table on Queensland farms, farmers resisted gas mining companies.
Two ad agencies mock up one election campaign advertisement each, one for Clive Palmer and one against Clive Palmer.
Examine these satirical ads and analyse how attitude and mood are created through the use of humour and parody. Which ad do you think was the best? Why?
Australia is the world's second largest user of ice and half is smuggled in from China.
Chris lectures retiree Franz on how he should challenge himself, and senior tells his young friend the value of forgiveness and love.