After welcoming their first child, a son, Janine and Justin's hopes for their new life quickly unravel as Janine, with no family support of her own, finds it more of a challenge than she expected. The child won't settle, won't feed, won't sleep, and her sense of isolation is exacerbated by the feeling that Justin's parents disapprove of him marrying a white girl.
Through 20 years of archival footage and interviews with Kathleen Hanna, The Punk Singer takes viewers on a fascinating tour of contemporary music and offers a never-before-seen view into the life of this fearless leader.
Change the Date: Australia Day, Invasion Day, do we or don't we? The Hottest 100 jumped on-board with a date change, Cory Bernardi released an Australian Conservatives 100 playlist, garnering a few negative responses, and Tony Abbott chimed in with his own Australia Day comments. Barnaby Joyce gets a new portfolio, the dual citizenship scandal continues - taking Jacqui Lambie down with it, and is Kate McCulloch the next Hanson? Peter Dutton sensationalises "African Gangs" in Victoria, and like a scene from The Hollowmen, Turnbull's government pledges $60 million to "future-proofing" the Great Barrier Reef but goes ahead with the Adani mine anyway.
A three-part documentary series charting a course through the story of Australian comedy, featuring more than 60 interviews with the men and women who make us laugh. Through a blend of social history, extensive archive material and intimate interviews with some of the country's most loved comedians, we travel via stand-up, radio, television, theatre and film from Indigenous comedy to new viral media jokers of today, revealing how humour, laughter and comedy are integral to our national identity.
This a documentary that explores censorship and public decency on television using the example of the infamous 1970s "filmmaker", Ugly George. American culture has long been obsessed by the public exploitation of the female body. But whilst many groups lobby against the objectification of females in the media, there is still a huge audience for adult-only programming. Since the 1970s George Urban has been the poster boy for all that is indecent on television. The debate over censorship is still relevant today, with the rise of reality TV and fly-on-the-wall documentaries in which participants quite willingly bear all.
War has been the setting for many of the most enduring, popular and profitable video games of all time. In this very special edition of Good Game, we'll be exploring what makes war such a compelling theme for video games.
Randall 'Memphis' Raines long ago abandoned his life of crime, but after an ominous visit from an old friend, he finds he has no choice but to return to what he does best -stealing cars - in order to save his brother's life. After rallying his old crew, it all comes down to one night, 50 cars, and a contract. Alternative title: Gone in Sixty Seconds.
The second episode, "Look At Moi, Look At Moi" (Kath and Kim) looks inwards at the importance of our ability to laugh at ourselves. From Edna Everage, the mousy, Melbourne housewife, and Sandy Stone - the man to whom nothing ever happens, to school kids like Kylie Mole and Ja'mie and Aussie battlers like Dad and Dave, Paul Hogan and Kenny, we realise that what's right under our very own nose is often the funniest thing of all.
Juno's Jason Reitman directs this dramatic comedy starring Oscar winner George Clooney as Ryan Bingham, a corporate downsizing expert whose cherished life on the road is threatened just as he is on the cusp of reaching 10 million frequent flyer miles and after he's met the frequent-traveller woman of his dreams. Ryan has long been contented with his unencumbered lifestyle lived out across America in airports, hotels and rental cars. He can carry all he needs in one wheel-away case; he's a pampered, elite member of every travel loyalty program in existence -and yet Ryan has nothing real to hold onto. When he falls for a simpatico fellow traveller, Ryan's boss, inspired by a young, upstart efficiency expert, threatens to permanently call him in from the road. Faced with the prospect, at once terrifying and exhilarating, of being grounded, Ryan begins to contemplate what it might actually mean to have a home.
Mr Turner explores the last quarter century of the great, if eccentric, British painter JMW Turner. Profoundly affected by the death of his father, loved by a housekeeper he takes for granted and exploits, he forms a close relationship with a seaside landlady with whom he eventually lives incognito in Chelsea. Throughout this, he travels, paints, stays with the country aristocracy, visits brothels, is a popular if anarchic member of the Royal Academy of Arts, has himself strapped to the mast of a ship so that he can paint a snowstorm, and is both celebrated and reviled by the public and by royalty.
Learning that Grey had advised Germany of French neutrality without the knowledge of France, George V informs Wilhelm that there has been a 'misunderstanding', a statement that fuels the German belief in British duplicity. Hatred of socialism also makes war seem attractive and, to Jens' horror, the parliament vote for war credits.
Martha (Maxine Peake) is becoming increasingly isolated as she fights to defend ex-boyfriend Sean against overwhelming evidence. Determined to ignore an angry Clive (Rupert Penry-Jones) who attempts to force her to confront the holes in her client's story, Martha begins to wonder if she's cut out for this job.
Jenny (Jessica Raine) is concerned that a Jewish patient, Leah Rubin (Orion Ben), is struggling to cope with her mother's sickness, on top of her own pregnancy. Mrs Rubin (Beverley Klein) suffers from agoraphobia, and hasn't left her house in over twelve years; she doesn't like being left alone for long periods.
Masters and Johnson's book has been released and for the first time, they are both subjected to large-scale scrutiny. While reviews are positive, the public's response causes unease around the office. The new spotlight on her mother starts to affect Tessa at school while Libby does her best to maintain her social life outside of her friendship with Virginia.
Based on Christos Tsiolkas's best selling novel, The Slap is an eight part drama series that traces the shattering repercussions of a single event upon a group of family and friends. It is a searing portrait of middle class life, and the mores and morality that shape modern, multicultural Australia.
In the expansive world of modern television, more groundbreaking programs are being created than ever before. America in Primetime is a four-part television series which showcases this iconic American art form.
Now that Jane is working as Masters' secretary, Johnson looks to advance her own career by finishing her college degree, starting with Dr. DePaul's anatomy class. While Margaret is devastated when Langham loses interest in her, she still ends their affair graciously. Masters turns to a college employee named Lester Linden to help film their sessions. Though Lester adapts their equipment to get a detailed look at female sexual arousal, once he's asked to film Jane, it's clear that he has no idea what he agreed to.
When it comes to relationships, we're all beginners. This comedy/drama imaginatively explores the hilarity, confusion, and surprises of love through the evolving consciousness of Oliver. Oliver meets the irreverent and unpredictable Anna only months after his father Hal Fields has passed away. This new love floods Oliver with memories of his father, who, following the death of his wife of 45 years, came out of the closet at age 75 to live a full, energised, and wonderfully tumultuous gay life. The upheavals of Hal's new honesty, by turns funny and moving, brought father and son closer than they'd ever been able to be.
Where would we be without Google, Amazon, PayPal, eBay and Match.com? How about email? So many things woven through the fabric of contemporary life began in the 1990s and none would have a bigger impact than the internet and the world wide web. Bill Gates and Microsoft dominated the decade and Steve Jobs returned to Apple. Of course there was a dark side to this brave new tech world in the form of hackers, online predators and the proliferation of pornography. The world didn't crash in Y2K but the dot-com bubble did burst, and the world would never be the same.
Bill Clinton's presidency got off to a rocky start. The most consequential of his initial missteps was his inability to reform America's health care system. As a result, the Republicans, led by Congressman Newt Gingrich gained control of both houses of Congress for the first time in decades. In addition to political problems at home, President Clinton faced military disaster in Somalia, genocide in Rwanda and ethnic cleansing in Bosnia. But as he always seemed to do, Clinton rebounded and was decisively re-elected in 1996. Just as the nation seemed to be settling into a period of genuine peace and prosperity the president was ensnared in a sex scandal with a White House intern leading to impeachment and increased political polarisation.
SBS ONE presents this three-part political thriller which follows the catastrophic chain of events from the assassination of the archduke Franz Ferdinand on 28 June 1914, to the declaration of war between Britain and Germany on the 4th of August.
Important topics in this episode include how a fourteen-year-old boy born with one hand inspired a multinational company to sponsor a prosthetic, electronic hand. As well we look at the issue of snack bar confectionary advertised as 'nutritious health food', and the advertising of fast food 'free-range' chicken to impress those who have animal anti-cruelty credentials.
The first of a two-part show, psychological illusionist Derren Brown unleashes his most audacious plan yet - to convince one person that the planet has been devastated by a catastrophic meteorite strike, that lethal, infected zombies now roam the land and he is one of a mere handful of survivors.
When Masters and Johnson expand the study to include couples, they discover that the science of sex is easily complicated by the mystery of attraction. In anticipation of his baby's impending arrival, Masters experiences anxiety about becoming a father.
A moving, intimate, funny and, above all, true-to-life look at the colourful stories of midwifery and families in East London in the Fifties, based on the bestselling memoirs of the late Jennifer Worth.
As the hospital is preoccupied with a nuclear disaster drill, a study participant's pregnancy further divides Masters and Johnson. Meanwhile, Margaret learns the truth about her husband, and Haas finds his days at the hospital may be numbered.
A six-part political comedy/drama series, The Hollowmen is a comedy-drama set in the offices of the Central Policy Unit, a special think tank personally set up by the Prime Minister to help him in the most important job of all - getting re-elected. Their brief is "long term vision"; to stop worrying about tomorrow's headlines, and focus on next week's.
Jack Irish finds himself staring down the barrel of a brand new case, but something goes awry and Jack ends up framed for murder. While it seems it is curtains for Jack, an alibi turns up out of the blue.
A tense night in the Filipino jungle results in a chance discovery for Linda and Orton. Jack's concerned for Sarah's well-being as she becomes consumed by manic determination following news about Tina.
In this opening episode at Georgia's Smith State Prison, every day is a battle for control between some of the state's toughest inmates and the paramilitary system that's fighting to contain them. Crude handmade knives, or shanks, are found daily in prison-run shakedowns, and cell phones are a growing threat to security. Despite the efforts of the staff, tensions are building and Smith finds itself teetering on the edge of an all-out fight.
The women's jail at the Clark County Detention Center in Las Vegas is a world of treacherous contrasts, from extreme aggression to intense affection, where 'jail mums' and their 'convict children' form ties that bind.
While Nate and Francine Bombeck's new baby is genetically male, he's born with both male and female sex organs. Though Masters encourages them to take some time to think it over and then he can authorize a surgery to see that the baby can be raised as a male, Nate doesn't want the child to grow up under the cloud of sexual ambiguity and insists that the male organs be removed.
Raymond and Lorraine have it pretty sweet: a house, four kids, Raymond has been nominated for an award for his services to the community, and he's up for a promotion at work. But then their world collapses when Lorraine is accused of benefit fraud. For the last six years she has claimed she is not in a full-time relationship, and has been claiming family allowance payments - and a full pension. Centrelink has a written statement from someone who has dobbed them in.
After violence erupts in Charlottesville and Donald Trump fails to denounce white supremacists, he further stirs division by blaming the 'crooked media' for the nation's problems. At the centre of this firestorm, The New York Times continues to delve into the president's ties with Russia as its first indictments are handed out.
This series examines milestones from the 1990s, including the rise of the internet and the impeachment of President Bill Clinton. In television the 1990s was a decade of the fantastic and the familiar. The gang at Cheers hoisted their last drink, but the doctors at ER began to save lives. The Simpsons got a show of their own, while Beavis and Butthead lived in a world of their own. Storylines got younger (Freaks and Geeks, Buffy the Vampire Slayer) and formats more daring (Northen Exposure, The Daily Show).
The world changed in fundamental ways in the first few years of the 1990s. The Warsaw Pact was dissolved and East and West Germany were united. Nelson Mandela was freed from prison and Mikhail Gorbachev was forced out of office as Apartheid ended in South Africa and the Soviet Union collapsed. After Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait, President George HW Bush led an international coalition in the Persian Gulf War. In the 1992 election, Ross Perot, a flamboyant multimillionaire businessman challenged the political establishment and Bill Clinton became America's first baby boomer president.
Explore the music tied to some of the most iconic moments in history - from the March on Washington to the riots at Stonewall, the moon landing to Hurricane Katrina - music has played an integral part in celebrating, criticising, and amplifying seismic events in collective history. September 11, 2001, forever lives in infamy for New Yorkers and all Americans. Billy Joel's New York State of Mind and Sister Sledge's We Are Family took on heightened new meaning of camaraderie. But the tragedy that united the country quickly divided it. Country music took centre stage as the politically charged music of the moment - with patriotism in the case of Brooks and Dunn, or in a pro-war message in the case of Toby Keith. When the Dixie Chicks found themselves caught in the crossfire after upsetting their fan base, it became clear that the wounds of 9/11 weren't quick to heal.
This week we are taken deep into the Georgia prison system's most extreme methods of control: from shock incarceration for young offenders to the isolation units of High Max - and a last meal before execution.
Life is full of opportunities to learn new things, no matter what your age. Explore these videos as part of Community Colleges Australia's lifelong learning programs and enrich your knowledge of the world.
Is a movie director's vision more vivid than a child's imagination? Challenge your students to compare what they've read with what they've watched in these film adaptations of classic books for children.
After your secondary students have finished reading their recommended texts, encourage them to "compare and contrast" classic and popular books with their movie adaptations from Australia and Hollywood.