The Family Law
21:42

The Family Law: Painfully Camp

Season 3 Episode 3 SBS January 19, 2019

Media arts

Intercultural understanding

Asia and Australia

11-12
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
Benjamin struggles with a crippling addiction to spying on Klaus pumping iron across the road, and is riddled with anxiety over what it means. So when Candy and Wayne announce ...

Benjamin struggles with a crippling addiction to spying on Klaus pumping iron across the road, and is riddled with anxiety over what it means. So when Candy and Wayne announce over lunch that they're taking everyone camping, Benjamin - to everyone's horror - is a bundle of enthusiasm, seeing this as an opportunity to escape temptation. Jenny isn't so keen, but after Pete unceremoniously dumps her in the school car park, she can't wait to leave town either.

The Family Law
24:20

The Family Law: Dancing in the Dark

Season 3 Episode 4 SBS January 19, 2019

Media arts

Intercultural understanding

Asia and Australia

11-12
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
With the middle school dance around the corner, Benjamin is pumped. He and Melissa have been workshopping matching outfits for years and finally have the chance to bring their ...

With the middle school dance around the corner, Benjamin is pumped. He and Melissa have been workshopping matching outfits for years and finally have the chance to bring their vision to life. Except for one hitch: Melissa's already got a date. Things aren't going great for Jenny either. After seeing Pete out at the shops, seemingly already happy with another woman, Jenny decides to put her body out on the market and take up internet dating.

The Family Law
22:53

The Family Law: Ready for This

Season 3 Episode 1 SBS January 12, 2019

Media arts

Intercultural understanding

Asia and Australia

11-12
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
During a particularly harrowing sex ed module, Melissa and Benjamin excitedly scheme to get into a Year 12 party where there'll be booze and - more importantly for Melissa - ...

During a particularly harrowing sex ed module, Melissa and Benjamin excitedly scheme to get into a Year 12 party where there'll be booze and - more importantly for Melissa - boys. Despite his reservations, Benjamin tries to sweet-talk Jenny and Danny into letting him go, but encounters a Jenny-shaped roadblock in his way, insisting Benjamin is still too young for Aussie teen parties where drinking and fingering is abundant.

The Family Law
24:35

The Family Law: Close Encounters of the Male Kind

Season 3 Episode 2 SBS January 12, 2019

Media arts

Intercultural understanding

Asia and Australia

11-12
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
When Jenny rear-ends the car of a fellow parent at the school drop-off, she expects there'll be hell to pay. Instead, Jenny is pleasantly surprised to discover the driver is ...

When Jenny rear-ends the car of a fellow parent at the school drop-off, she expects there'll be hell to pay. Instead, Jenny is pleasantly surprised to discover the driver is handsome, confident, manly, and would like her number - not for insurance purposes. At school, Benjamin has a huffy encounter with Simmo who now has his sights set on making Benjamin's school life a living misery.

Inside North Korea's Dynasty
47:12

Inside North Korea's Dynasty: Rocket Man

Episode 4 National Geographic November 20, 2018

Modern history

History

Asia and Australia

11-12
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
With the death of Kim Jong-il, a new leader rose and the legacy of Kim Jong-un could be the most terrifying and confusing of the modern age.

With the death of Kim Jong-il, a new leader rose and the legacy of Kim Jong-un could be the most terrifying and confusing of the modern age.

Inside North Korea's Dynasty
46:59

Inside North Korea's Dynasty: Nuclear Family

Episode 3 National Geographic November 20, 2018

Modern history

History

Asia and Australia

11-12
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
As the Cold War ended and North Korea lost its Soviet protection, Kim Jong-il made extraordinary moves - both legal and not - to insure his lifestyle.

As the Cold War ended and North Korea lost its Soviet protection, Kim Jong-il made extraordinary moves - both legal and not - to insure his lifestyle.

Inside North Korea's Dynasty
47:12

Inside North Korea's Dynasty: The Son of God

Episode 2 National Geographic November 13, 2018

Modern history

History

Asia and Australia

11-12
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
Track the decline of Kim Il-Sung and the rise of an unlikely successor; his James Bond-loving, propaganda-spouting son, Kim Jong-Il.

Track the decline of Kim Il-Sung and the rise of an unlikely successor; his James Bond-loving, propaganda-spouting son, Kim Jong-Il.

Inside North Korea's Dynasty
47:11

Inside North Korea's Dynasty: Kingdom of the Kims

Episode 1 National Geographic November 13, 2018

Modern history

History

Asia and Australia

11-12
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
This is the story of how Kim Il-Sung rose to power, took complete control of his country and made himself a god in the eyes of his people.

This is the story of how Kim Il-Sung rose to power, took complete control of his country and made himself a god in the eyes of his people.

The Long March
50:15

The Long March

Episode 1 The History Channel October 15, 2018

Modern history

Asia and Australia

History

11-12
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
'The Great Strategic Shift' - the name that Mao Zedong gave to the march from Jiangxi to Shaanxi in 1934 - 1935 - begins when 80,000 members of the Red Army and their ...

'The Great Strategic Shift' - the name that Mao Zedong gave to the march from Jiangxi to Shaanxi in 1934 - 1935 - begins when 80,000 members of the Red Army and their followers march out of the encirclement trap set by the Nationalist forces. The first episode sets up the political situation that made such a trek necessary, and follows the march through the devastating battle at Xiangjiang River and the vital conference at Zunyi which confirmed the emergence of Mao, to the point where what remains of the marchers confront the crossing of the Dadu River.

The Asian Century
48:06

The Asian Century: Partition of India

Episode 4 National Geographic September 27, 2018

Modern history

Asia and Australia

11-12
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
Seventy years ago, British India was divided into two countries, India and Pakistan. The repercussions of that event last till this day. Through the modern day victims of ...

Seventy years ago, British India was divided into two countries, India and Pakistan. The repercussions of that event last till this day. Through the modern day victims of partition, we explore its legacy.

The Asian Century
46:48

The Asian Century: Marcos: The Man and the Myth

Episode 3 National Geographic September 20, 2018

Modern history

Asia and Australia

11-12
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
To some, Ferdinand Marcos was a great Asian leader, but his corrupt and brutal regime of martial law, torture and killings has left scars. In 2016, when he was granted a ...

To some, Ferdinand Marcos was a great Asian leader, but his corrupt and brutal regime of martial law, torture and killings has left scars. In 2016, when he was granted a hero's funeral, he once more divided the Philippines and the questions resurfaced.

The Asian Century
45:34

The Asian Century: Fall of Suharto

Episode 2 National Geographic September 13, 2018

Modern history

Asia and Australia

11-12
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
A leader of debatable legacy, Suharto led Indonesia into a 'golden age' and made the country into one of the most prosperous in Asia. By 1998 though, his regime is widely ...

A leader of debatable legacy, Suharto led Indonesia into a 'golden age' and made the country into one of the most prosperous in Asia. By 1998 though, his regime is widely condemned for its corruption resulting in blood on the streets and his resignation.

The Asian Century
47:49

The Asian Century: Death of Mao

Episode 1 National Geographic September 6, 2018

Modern history

Asia and Australia

11-12
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
Chairman Mao lifted himself from poverty to become the founder of the People's Republic of China. His reign resulted in famine, the deaths of millions as well as the ...

Chairman Mao lifted himself from poverty to become the founder of the People's Republic of China. His reign resulted in famine, the deaths of millions as well as the destruction of the country's cultural heritage so why is he still worshipped today?

The Family Law
34:42

The Family Law

Season 2 Episode 4 SBS July 6, 2017

Media arts

Intercultural understanding

Asia and Australia

11-12
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
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After Candy and Wayne ask Benjamin to be their 'man of honour', he tasks himself with the job of delivering a perfect wedding. An unexpected gift from Wayne's parents, a ...

After Candy and Wayne ask Benjamin to be their 'man of honour', he tasks himself with the job of delivering a perfect wedding. An unexpected gift from Wayne's parents, a property in Mt Isa, sets off a showdown between Candy and Jenny that could jeopardise everything. Wedding included.

The Family Law
22:50

The Family Law

Season 2 Episode 3 SBS June 22, 2017

Media arts

Intercultural understanding

Asia and Australia

11-12
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
This video has closed captioning
After Benjamin discovers Danny in the arms of a new woman, he goes out of his way to help an oblivious Jenny find a new man, which compromises his own ability to perform at ...

After Benjamin discovers Danny in the arms of a new woman, he goes out of his way to help an oblivious Jenny find a new man, which compromises his own ability to perform at rehearsals for the school play.

The Last Emperor
2:34:57

The Last Emperor

Masterpiece January 29, 2017

Media arts

History

Intercultural Understanding

Asia and Australia

11-12
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
This sweeping cinematic spectacle follows the tumultuous life of Pu Yi, the last Chinese emperor, from his elite origins in the Forbidden City - where a new English tutor ...

This sweeping cinematic spectacle follows the tumultuous life of Pu Yi, the last Chinese emperor, from his elite origins in the Forbidden City - where a new English tutor opens the boy's mind to the outside world - to his forced abdication in 1912 and his return to the throne under Japanese rule. Inextricably intertwined with the history of modern-day China, the story ends with the once-privilege emperor living a working-class life under communist rule.

Chinese New Year: The Biggest Celebration on Earth
49:54

Chinese New Year: The Biggest Celebration on Earth

Episode 1 SBS January 25, 2017

Asia and Australia

Geography

Intercultural Understanding

9-10
11-12
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
This video has closed captioning
Chinese New Year is one of the biggest events on the planet, and every year a sixth of the world's population travels home to celebrate with their families. Based in the heart ...

Chinese New Year is one of the biggest events on the planet, and every year a sixth of the world's population travels home to celebrate with their families. Based in the heart of Beijing, Kate Humble, Jing Lusi and Ant Anstead offer a front-seat view of one of the most spectacular events on earth. In this episode, the trio follow the weeks leading up to New Year at the Harbin Ice and Snow Festival, an extraordinary sub-zero celebration in China's far north east.

Halfworlds
32:00

Halfworlds

Season 1 Episode 8 SBS2 November 5, 2016

Media arts

Asia and Australia

11-12
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
Sarah is trapped and her friends search for her. In a twist of events, The Gift is bestowed upon the most unexpected of all.

Sarah is trapped and her friends search for her. In a twist of events, The Gift is bestowed upon the most unexpected of all.