Ross Kemp: Extreme World
44:02

Ross Kemp: Extreme World: Syria

Season 5 Episode 5 BBC Knowledge October 17, 2017

Intercultural understanding

Ethical understanding

Geography

11-12
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
Ross witnesses the Kurdish people's fight against ISIS when he is pinned down by sniper fire on the frontline in Syria.

Ross witnesses the Kurdish people's fight against ISIS when he is pinned down by sniper fire on the frontline in Syria.

Something Of The Times
41:21

Something Of The Times

NITV October 16, 2017

Indigenous Australians

Geography

11-12
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
This documentary reconstructs the life of buffalo hunters in the remote wetlands of the Northern Territory in the 1930s, the white hunters and the Aboriginal labour that ...

This documentary reconstructs the life of buffalo hunters in the remote wetlands of the Northern Territory in the 1930s, the white hunters and the Aboriginal labour that supported their operations.

Secrets Of Our Cities
54:04

Secrets Of Our Cities

Episode 3 SBS October 10, 2017

History

Geography

9-10
11-12
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
This video has closed captioning
Now an eclectic, artistic hub, the seaside port of Fremantle has come a long way from its convict outpost days. Greig discovers the waves of migrants who've added a splash of ...

Now an eclectic, artistic hub, the seaside port of Fremantle has come a long way from its convict outpost days. Greig discovers the waves of migrants who've added a splash of colour to the city; including 10-pound poms, Italian migrants and boatloads of young women who arrived on 'bride ships'. He explores the roots of Fremantle local and AC/DC legend Bon Scott, and learns about the Rajneeshees - an obscure religious cult that painted the city orange.

Ross Kemp: Extreme World
43:22

Ross Kemp: Extreme World: Mozambique

Season 5 Episode 3 BBC Knowledge October 3, 2017

Intercultural understanding

Ethical understanding

Geography

11-12
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
In Mozambique, Ross investigates the violent and corrupt world of elephant poaching. If the slaughter continues at this rate, the elephant will be extinct in Mozambique within ...

In Mozambique, Ross investigates the violent and corrupt world of elephant poaching. If the slaughter continues at this rate, the elephant will be extinct in Mozambique within five years.

London's Super Tunnel
58:36

London's Super Tunnel

Season 2 Episode 2 SBS October 2, 2017

Design and technologies

Geography

7-8
9-10
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
This video has closed captioning
Engineers are constructing and fitting out a new station at Paddington, erecting a 230m-long great glass canopy to soar above the structure, and plugging directly into ...

Engineers are constructing and fitting out a new station at Paddington, erecting a 230m-long great glass canopy to soar above the structure, and plugging directly into Brunel's original grade one-listed station - a nerve wracking feat. At Tottenham Court Road, workers are building underground platforms and concourses the size of an aircraft carrier in the heart of the world's busiest shopping district. The team must carefully remove enormous props that hold apart the station walls, as convoys of concrete trucks drive down Oxford Street where half a million shoppers and tourists visit, every day. In Derby, a father and son team race to construct 66 trains to ferry passengers across the 50km of Crossrail line.

Secrets Of Our Cities
45:51

Secrets Of Our Cities

Episode 1 SBS September 26, 2017

Geography

Indigenous Australians

Intercultural understanding

11-12
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
This video has closed captioning
Greig Pickhaver is on a mission to discover the secrets of some of Australia's most iconic cities. Travelling to Fremantle, Fitzroy and Bondi, Pickhaver uncovers the hidden ...

Greig Pickhaver is on a mission to discover the secrets of some of Australia's most iconic cities. Travelling to Fremantle, Fitzroy and Bondi, Pickhaver uncovers the hidden history and unsung residents who've helped shape these places into the cities they are today. In the trendy, latte lover's paradise of Fitzroy, Victoria, Pickhaver learns how a former slum where many European migrants made their home evolved into one of Melbourne's most desirable suburbs. Fitzroy was a hub for activism and the centre of the new call for Aboriginal rights in the 1970s, and once welcomed an unlikely and unscheduled visitor: Muhammad Ali.

London's Super Tunnel
58:45

London's Super Tunnel

Season 2 Episode 1 SBS September 25, 2017

Design and technologies

Geography

7-8
9-10
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
This video has closed captioning
This program follows more than 10,000 engineers and construction workers as they fight to stop London's streets caving in or snarling up with traffic. They race to complete ...

This program follows more than 10,000 engineers and construction workers as they fight to stop London's streets caving in or snarling up with traffic. They race to complete the brand new railway directly underneath the city, Crossrail, London's new underground, in time for the first trains to start running. Costing £15 billion, it's the biggest engineering project in Europe. Linda Miller is an engineer who is more at home constructing space launch complexes at Cape Canaveral. She must build what will become Britain's busiest station - Farringdon - an underground structure longer than the Shard skyscraper is tall.

Dante's Peak
1:38:34

Dante's Peak

9Go August 8, 2017

Geography

Media arts

7-8
9-10
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
This video has closed captioning
An idyllic town is threatened when a long-dormant volcano erupts, spewing lava and raining destruction on the populace.

An idyllic town is threatened when a long-dormant volcano erupts, spewing lava and raining destruction on the populace.

Witness Disaster
45:43

Witness Disaster

National Geographic August 7, 2017

Science

Geography

5-6
7-8
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
What's it like to live through a disaster? Survivors tell their stories of being caught in the worst situations possible while compelling raw footage reveals the magnitude of ...

What's it like to live through a disaster? Survivors tell their stories of being caught in the worst situations possible while compelling raw footage reveals the magnitude of each event.

Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown
41:59

Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown: Senegal

Season 7 Episode 7 Discovery Channel June 25, 2017

Intercultural understanding

Geography

Design and technologies

11-12
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
Tony heads to the West African nation of Senegal. A former French colony, it boasts upwards of 10 distinct ethnic groups, as well as being home to a 94 percent Islamic majority.

Tony heads to the West African nation of Senegal. A former French colony, it boasts upwards of 10 distinct ethnic groups, as well as being home to a 94 percent Islamic majority.

Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown
41:21

Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown: Manila

Season 7 Episode 5 Discovery Channel June 17, 2017

Intercultural understanding

Geography

Design and technologies

11-12
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
Tony returns to the Philippines by way of Manila, its crowded capital city. Home to 12-15 million inhabitants, Manila is hot, tropical, smoggy, fascinating, and especially ...

Tony returns to the Philippines by way of Manila, its crowded capital city. Home to 12-15 million inhabitants, Manila is hot, tropical, smoggy, fascinating, and especially chaotic in the lead up to Christmas.

John Bishop's Australia
52:11

John Bishop's Australia

Episode 1 BBC Knowledge June 12, 2017

Geography

Civics and citizenship

9-10
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
The first in a three-part series following comedian John Bishop as he sets off on an Australian adventure, cycling from Sydney to Cairns. John first made this journey back in ...

The first in a three-part series following comedian John Bishop as he sets off on an Australian adventure, cycling from Sydney to Cairns. John first made this journey back in 1992 and in 2014 he is back to see how this incredible country has changed. Along the route John meets extraordinary people, hears fascinating stories and experiences some true natural wonders. In this episode, John tests his nerves with a death-defying abseil in the stunning Blue Mountains, gets hands-on with the most dangerous snakes on the planet and finds out about the surprising bedtime habits of the most Australian animal of all: the koala.

Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown
41:53

Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown: Georgia

Season 7 Episode 4 Discovery Channel June 10, 2017

Intercultural understanding

Geography

Design and technologies

11-12
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
Strategically located at the crux of ancient spice routes from Russia, Asia and the Middle East, post-Soviet satellite Georgia has always cultivated and maintained a ...

Strategically located at the crux of ancient spice routes from Russia, Asia and the Middle East, post-Soviet satellite Georgia has always cultivated and maintained a fascinating, steadfastly distinctive culture all its own.

Richard Cardinal: Cry from the Diary of a Metis Child
28:58

Richard Cardinal: Cry from the Diary of a Metis Child

NITV June 7, 2017

Intercultural understanding

Geography

Personal and social capability

11-12
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
This short documentary is a moving tribute to Richard Cardinal, a Metis adolescent who died by suicide in 1984.

This short documentary is a moving tribute to Richard Cardinal, a Metis adolescent who died by suicide in 1984.

Walking the Nile
46:32

Walking the Nile

Season 1 Episode 1 BBC Knowledge June 3, 2017

Geography

9-10
11-12
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
Lev and his guide Boston trek from Rwanda's rainforest, through remote, lawless regions of Tanzania, into Uganda. They dodge crocodiles and hippos, go to a wedding and get a ...

Lev and his guide Boston trek from Rwanda's rainforest, through remote, lawless regions of Tanzania, into Uganda. They dodge crocodiles and hippos, go to a wedding and get a hero's welcome in Kampala.

Huang's World
42:02

Huang's World: Jamaica

Season 3 Episode 7 SBS Viceland April 30, 2017

Intercultural understanding

Geography

9-10
11-12
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
Eddie Huang heads to Jamaica to learn about the country's economic struggles after its independence from Britain in 1962, and what it means to be free in a developing country.

Eddie Huang heads to Jamaica to learn about the country's economic struggles after its independence from Britain in 1962, and what it means to be free in a developing country.

Huang's World
42:13

Huang's World: China

Season 3 Episode 11 SBS Viceland April 30, 2017

Intercultural understanding

Geography

9-10
11-12
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
Eddie Huang travels to China with his parents to explore his heritage as a Taiwanese-Chinese-American, and to discover the most important dish of his life: red cooked pork.

Eddie Huang travels to China with his parents to explore his heritage as a Taiwanese-Chinese-American, and to discover the most important dish of his life: red cooked pork.

On Thin Ice
50:22

On Thin Ice

Season 1 Episode 5 BBC Knowledge April 29, 2017

Geography

Health and PE

9-10
11-12
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
The final chapter of this emotional and awe inspiring human story that reveals just what it takes to conquer the South Pole.

The final chapter of this emotional and awe inspiring human story that reveals just what it takes to conquer the South Pole.