In this week's episode find out about restoring Australia's historic hawthorn hedge rows. Discover fishing, from bait to plate with pipis on the menu. Find out all about Breeding better bees on Rottnest Island.
In this week's episode find out all about the growing Scottish Highland beef in Australia, how an old tin mining town gets a new lease on life thanks to extreme sports and the rewards of harvesting natural oils.
Farmers race to put new plants in the ground to keep up with demand for Aussie macadamias; an unlikely partnership between Tasmanian wool growers and high-end fashion designers; the incredible effort to protect your lettuce.
Students will be inspired and excited by the best of cutting edge engineering. Demonstrating a broad range of engineering applications, this series focuses on the engineers themselves - who they are, what they do and how they think. Today: This episode follows two people as they have new limbs fitted, and sees how they adjust to the changes it brings to their lives.
Josh is single and ready to mingle, but a string of dating disasters has him wondering if it's all worth it. Meanwhile, Hannah has taken up boxing, while Mum seems to have taken up fighting - with anyone about anything.
Discover the secret systems that keep the world's most crowded, complicated and chaotic cities moving. Dan Snow, Anita Rani and Ade Adepitan go behind the scenes to reveal the armies of people keeping iconic megacities running.
Poh Ling Yeow is searching for her own Australian Christmas. Her early years were spent in a Muslim country that doesn't celebrate Christmas. Although she moved to Australia with her family when she was nine years old and there have been many Christmas celebrations since, her family has no real Christmas food traditions. For Poh, her story of Christmas is of a curry sitting beside a glazed ham.
Four years ago Dave and Margaret Hedley came across a picture of an old watermill that had stood abandoned and uncared for the last 50 years and decided that they were going to be the ones to bring it back to life.
In a special episode of Q and A, host Tony Jones is joined by former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull as he makes his first major media appearance to answer questions from the people of Australia on a special Q and A.
A while back business woman Ruth Watson came to the rescue of six country houses that were in desperate need of some straight-talking, business advice to save them from crumbling away. For Ruth and the home owners it was a turbulent journey full of family history, ancestral duty and, in many cases, raw emotion. In this series we revisit the six magnificent properties one year on to see if the owners have managed to turn around the fortunes of their stately homes by following Ruth's advice.
Trouble shooting businesswoman Ruth Watson advises the owners of six British stately homes on how to diversify and raise revenue, and so secure the future of their unique properties for generations to come.
Jamie Brown has big ideas about turning a 15,000 sq ft historic WW2 RAF bunker into his new home. However the bunker totally encased in earth, with no natural light, and the back section submerged in water. Host George Clarke.
Artist Indi Waterstone has dreamed of building a house inspired by nature ever since she was a teenager. Now, along with partner Rebecca, she's going to do just that in one of the most remote and beautiful landscapes in Britain - the Isle of Skye.
Using inheritance from his late father, artist Keith McIntyre and his wife Sheena buy this Grade B listed Thomas Telford-designed church in the remote island of Berneray in the Outer Hebrides and set about restoring it.
It was love at first sight when theatre producer Vanessa Ford Robbins and her partner Nik Huddy saw this unusual two up, two down Victorian gate lodge nestled on the boundaries of a country estate in Surrey.
Not fazed by the challenges of restoration, David and Judith Ward have bought a dilapidated pig barn and, with a loan from a friend, they start the process of transforming a ruin into their three bedroom dream home.
Series Two of Gordon's Great Escape follows award-winning, straight-talking British chef Gordon Ramsay as he goes on a culinary adventure around South East Asia. In an attempt to master the region's unique and delicious food, Gordon travels to Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand and Malaysia to track down the best local cooks and chefs in each country. In true Gordon style, he also puts his neck on the line and has his skills tested by his mentors as he cooks for the VIPs and discerning foodies of each nation.
Emmaville could be the lost birth place of bush poet and composer Banjo Patterson. The cottage is precariously situated and under threat from developers, the local community must act quickly to save it.
Monty Don, who is a huge fan of traditional crafts, presents a series that celebrates six of the craft skills that built Britain and its heritage, ranging from thatching to stonemasonry. Three hopefuls who are passionate about learning these trades are put through their paces by the country's leading practitioners of wood craft, metal work, thatching, stonemasonry, weaving and stained glass. After six weeks of apprenticeship and hard labour, their work and achievements are judged by experts in their chosen field to see who has best mastered the craft.
In Tudor times the majority of houses were timber framed but only a few survive today. Abbey Lane in Warwickshire is a forgotten gem. Believed to date from the early 16th century, this house is not formally protected as a listed building and when it was put on the market, it was obvious it needed a lot of work.
This week Ruth is in Derbyshire visiting Carnfield Hall, a hotchpotch of Elizabethan, Victorian and Jacobean architecture with a 16th century great parlour and a staircase dating from 1628. James Cartland, cousin to romantic novelist Barbara, bought Carnfield Hall as a complete wreck 22 years ago and single-handedly restored the house to its former glory. Now in his 60s, and approaching retirement, James is finding the burden of care and preservation too much.
The 16th century Old Manor in Norfolk is an extraordinary hotchpotch of architectural styles. The Grade II listed property is full of history but it is on its last legs. Beset with damp, woodworm and death watch beetle, it is an overwhelming project to take on and yet new owners, Polly and her French husband, Erich, are determined to turn this crumbling property into their dream home.
Sandford House is one of only two houses north of the UK-Scottish border designed by arts and crafts architect Baillie Scott. It's a rare survivor and the mystery is how did such a building representing an important moment in British architecture end up in the lowlands of Scotland?
Discover digital solutions that are relevant in a world where digital realms are transforming education, business and many other industries while informing students of the change in technology overtime.
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.
Celebrate National Science week with EnhanceTV showcasing major breakthroughs like Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, 40th anniversary of the birth of the first IVF baby and celebrate International Year of the Reef.
Digital literacy is an essential part of an education and many students are learning to program much like their parents learned to write. Check out what children are coding as they prepare for their digital world.
Use this playlist to help students to understand how digital devices work around them. Discover the latest emerging technologies and the affect on individuals from the rise of the digital world. (ACTDIK023,ACTDIK024,VCDSTS043,VCDSTS044)
Space inspires our greatest scientific and creative minds. Take to the stars with NASA, or hop aboard Millennium Falcon in the best of space fact and fiction. (ACSSU188,ACSSU189,VCSSU127,VCSSU128,VCSSU129)
Go on a culinary journey through the world of science. Find out how to transform the taste and texture of food through molecular gastronomy, or prepare dinner in your kitchen kettle using particle theory. With help from some of UQ's most engaging teachers and researchers, Ben Milbourne explains and demonstrates common scientific principles in a way that's fun and easy to understand - through cooking! (ACTDEK045,VCDSTC047,VCDSTC058)