A Taste of Landline
27:29

A Taste of Landline

Season 2 Episode 8 ABC January 20, 2017

Design and technologies

Geography

Sustainability

Science

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This 'paddock to plate' program shows in detail where our food comes from and the farmers who grow it, as well as the consumers who buy it and some of Australia's top chefs ...

This 'paddock to plate' program shows in detail where our food comes from and the farmers who grow it, as well as the consumers who buy it and some of Australia's top chefs who cook it.

A Taste of Landline
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A Taste of Landline

Season 3 Episode 6 ABC December 16, 2017

Design and technologies

Geography

Sustainability

Science

9-10
11-12
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This 'paddock to plate' program shows in detail where our food comes from and the farmers who grow it, as well as the consumers who buy it and some of Australia's top chefs ...

This 'paddock to plate' program shows in detail where our food comes from and the farmers who grow it, as well as the consumers who buy it and some of Australia's top chefs who cook it.

Crossings
46:50

Crossings: Olivia Lum

Season 1 Episode 1 SBS2 May 27, 2011

Intercultural Understanding

Business and economics

Drama

Sustainability

Visual arts

11-12
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This series profiles leading Asian personalities. In this episode, we look at the challenging and remarkable life of Olivia Lum - the founder, group chief executive officer, ...

This series profiles leading Asian personalities. In this episode, we look at the challenging and remarkable life of Olivia Lum - the founder, group chief executive officer, and president of the Singapore-based Hyflux Group.

Landline
1:01:25

Landline: February 26, 2012

ABC February 25, 2012

Business and economics

Earth and environment

Sustainability

News and current affairs

9-10
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Stories include, 'Hard lessons', 'Wild goat cheese', 'Peter McCutcheon talks to Craig Knowles', 'Cane and able' and 'Commodities Report'.

Stories include, 'Hard lessons', 'Wild goat cheese', 'Peter McCutcheon talks to Craig Knowles', 'Cane and able' and 'Commodities Report'.

Landline
58:59

Landline: Sugar Power/Interview with Pip Job/Coorong Mullet/Commodities Report/Cooking Up A Storm

ABC September 27, 2014

Business and economics

Earth and environment

Sustainability

News and current affairs

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In northern New South Wales, the country's sole remaining 100 percent Australian owned sugar mill and refinery is hoping its green credentials will keep it that way; we talk ...

In northern New South Wales, the country's sole remaining 100 percent Australian owned sugar mill and refinery is hoping its green credentials will keep it that way; we talk to the winner of the 2014 national Rural Woman of the Year and; Ryan Scown is a Mackay DJ who works with Headspace to deliver a program called Drumbeat. The program aims to support young people struggling with mental health issues by helping them find rhythm in their lives.

Landline
55:29

Landline: Pygmy Bluetongue/Interview with Federal Agriculture Minister, Barnaby Joyce/National Treasures/Commodities Report

ABC October 4, 2014

Business and economics

Earth and environment

Sustainability

News and current affairs

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Until 1992 the pygmy blue-tongue lizard was considered extinct, now a community in South Australia's mid-north is rallying to keep the little lizard off the endangered list; ...

Until 1992 the pygmy blue-tongue lizard was considered extinct, now a community in South Australia's mid-north is rallying to keep the little lizard off the endangered list; Pip Courtney speaks with Barnaby Joyce and in Arnhem Land, Indigenous rangers are in a race against time to save Aboriginal rock art, most of which is under threat.

Landline
55:30

Landline: February 3, 2013

ABC February 2, 2013

Business and economics

Earth and environment

Sustainability

News and current affairs

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Australia's national rural program, with reports from around he country on rural and urban issues.

Australia's national rural program, with reports from around he country on rural and urban issues.

Landline
57:58

Landline: True Blue Salmon/Horse Heaven/Island Produce/Rural News/Markets Report

ABC May 7, 2017

Business and economics

Earth and environment

Sustainability

News and current affairs

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True Blue Salmon Australia's wild salmon is fresh, cheap and sustainable, but the bulk of the catch is sold for bait - not human consumption. Fishermen in Western Australia ...

True Blue Salmon Australia's wild salmon is fresh, cheap and sustainable, but the bulk of the catch is sold for bait - not human consumption. Fishermen in Western Australia are trying to change that by giving the local fish an image make-over. Horse Heaven Australia's racing industry is responsible for generating billions of dollars in direct spending, and a champion performer is worth far more than its winnings alone. Island Produce With produce as popular as it is pretty, this harvest of edible flowers and edible weeds, finds its way from a small island in Moreton Bay to some of Brisbane's top restaurants. Rural News A look at rural and regional issues making the news this week. Markets Report Kerry discusses a sugar tax this week, and reporter Tim Lee finds out more about the future of printed meat. It's packed with nutrients and reduces food waste, but who will eat it?

Landline
56:59

Landline: The Raw Prawn/Flying Solo/Climate And Water Outlook/Rural News

ABC April 30, 2017

Business and economics

Earth and environment

Sustainability

News and current affairs

9-10
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The Raw Prawn The outbreak of white spot disease has devastated the farmed prawn industry with several farms in South East Queensland forced to shut down. Farmers say it's a ...

The Raw Prawn The outbreak of white spot disease has devastated the farmed prawn industry with several farms in South East Queensland forced to shut down. Farmers say it's a failed border protection system that's to blame for the multimillion-dollar clean up. Flying Solo It can be a hard and sometimes dangerous life working in outback Australia. Three graziers, who each lost their husbands in separate tragedies, have been left to run enormous, remote sheep and cattle stations. Climate And Water Outlook Australia's climate and weather outlook for May to July 2017 from experts at the Bureau of Meteorology. Rural News A wrap of rural and regional issues in the news this week.

Landline
55:56

Landline: Super Oyster/Space Cows/Mushroom Coffee/Rural News/Markets Report

ABC May 21, 2017

Business and economics

Earth and environment

Sustainability

News and current affairs

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Super Oyster Scientists are providing some light at the end of a very bleak period for Tasmania's Pacific oyster industry, developing a super oyster that will hopefully ...

Super Oyster Scientists are providing some light at the end of a very bleak period for Tasmania's Pacific oyster industry, developing a super oyster that will hopefully withstand the next outbreak of Pacific oyster mortality syndrome. Space Cows The Northern Australian properties adopting precision satellite farming technologies and software to manage stock and pasture. Mushroom Coffee Two enterprising mates save tonnes of coffee grounds from landfill by turning them into the perfect medium for growing mushrooms. Rural News A wrap of rural and regional issues from around the country this week. Markets Report Prices and analysis with Kerry Lonergan ... and a closer look at the goat market this week.

Landline
56:26

Landline: Sleeping Giant/Clean Water/Mongolian Beef

ABC July 16, 2017

Business and economics

Earth and environment

Sustainability

News and current affairs

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Sleeping Giant It's a versatile grain but linseed has struggled for decades to gain traction with Australian growers. That could be about to change as new research sheds light ...

Sleeping Giant It's a versatile grain but linseed has struggled for decades to gain traction with Australian growers. That could be about to change as new research sheds light on the seed's remarkable medicinal properties. Clean Water Polluted dams cause a range of diseases in sheep and cattle but an economical treatment developed by a retired Sydney-based chemist provides cleaner drinking water for livestock. Mongolian Beef A Mongolian photographer studying rural Australia will use what he has learnt to help his country's traditional communities become more sustainable.

Landline
56:58

Landline: Pineapple Pigs/Growing Controversy/Antarctic Farmers/Rural News/Markets Report

ABC March 19, 2017

Business and economics

Earth and environment

Sustainability

News and current affairs

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Pineapple Pigs An oral drench to protect piglets from gut infection could soon be available to pig farmers. It's been developed by scientists and is made from pineapples - ...

Pineapple Pigs An oral drench to protect piglets from gut infection could soon be available to pig farmers. It's been developed by scientists and is made from pineapples - taking antibiotics out of the food chain. Growing Controversy Our recent story on a suburban neighbourhood growing food along its footpaths has received a lot of attention this week and communities across the country have been inspired to do the same thing. But the future of our food street farmers is limbo amid fears of public liability insurance and council regulations. Antarctic Farmers We meet the Northern Territory cattle producer swapping life on an outback cattle station for life on an ice station. He's just one of many multi-skilled people making the expedition from rural Australia to work on the coldest, windiest, driest continent on earth. Rural News A look at rural issues making the news this week. Markets Report For the seventh consecutive week, the key wool indicators have established record highs.

Landline
57:44

Landline: Weed Machines/Standing Tall

ABC November 5, 2017

Business and economics

Earth and environment

Sustainability

News and current affairs

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Weed Machines More than 20 years of research is behind the invention of the world's first machine capable of destroying weeds resistant to common herbicides. Standing Tall As ...

Weed Machines More than 20 years of research is behind the invention of the world's first machine capable of destroying weeds resistant to common herbicides. Standing Tall As demand for timber outstrips local supply, the CSIRO is encouraging Tasmanian farmers and private landowners to join the agroforestry sector.

Landline
59:29

Landline: September 2, 2018

ABC September 2, 2018

Business and economics

Earth and environment

Sustainability

News and current affairs

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Teagan Menhenett Teagan Menhenett struggled with an eating disorder, but with the support of her family has found happiness with who she is. Rural News: A look at rural and ...

Teagan Menhenett Teagan Menhenett struggled with an eating disorder, but with the support of her family has found happiness with who she is. Rural News: A look at rural and regional issues making the news this week Climate and Water Outlook Find out all about the climate and weather in September - November 2018 Markets Report Market activity and analysis with Kerry Lonergan What's in a Name? The fight for Australian producers to use the name 'prosecco' Helping Hands Charities and volunteers helping Australians through natural disaster. Does the government do enough in times of natural disaster to support those in need or is too much responsibility left to charities and volunteer organisations? Surplus Spuds An oversupply of sweet potatoes has prompted some new ways of thinking about how to use the vegetable - including transforming the surplus spuds into flour.

Landline
56:58

Landline: Superfine : Wool Contracts/Rural News/Markets Report/Hope and Faith : Sick Cows/Cane Mystery

ABC September 25, 2016

Business and economics

Earth and environment

Sustainability

News and current affairs

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SUPERFINE : WOOL CONTRACTS Superfine wool growers are reaping rewards. RURAL NEWS A wrap of rural issues from around the country this week. MARKETS REPORT Market prices and ...

SUPERFINE : WOOL CONTRACTS Superfine wool growers are reaping rewards. RURAL NEWS A wrap of rural issues from around the country this week. MARKETS REPORT Market prices and analysis with Kerry Lonergan. HOPE AND FAITH : SICK COWS Continuing problems for Victoria's dairy industry as bovine anaemia threatens herds. CANE MYSTERY A mysterious syndrome affecting sugar cane has scientists baffled.

Landline
59:19

Landline: September 23, 2018

ABC September 23, 2018

Business and economics

Earth and environment

Sustainability

News and current affairs

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Breeding wheat with old-fashioned flavour; The fight to keep country churches open in Tasmania; A tribute to the greatest Australian inventor you've likely never heard of.

Breeding wheat with old-fashioned flavour; The fight to keep country churches open in Tasmania; A tribute to the greatest Australian inventor you've likely never heard of.

Landline
58:44

Landline: August 19, 2018

ABC August 19, 2018

Business and economics

Earth and environment

Sustainability

News and current affairs

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Pip Courtney hosts Australia's pre-eminent regional and rural television program, covering farming, weather, food, innovation, mining, fisheries, agribusiness, commodity ...

Pip Courtney hosts Australia's pre-eminent regional and rural television program, covering farming, weather, food, innovation, mining, fisheries, agribusiness, commodity prices and other issues affecting regional communities.

Landline
1:29:59

Landline: West Meets East/The Long Road/Premium Beef/China Dreams/Golden Fleece/Chairman Liu

ABC February 5, 2017

Business and economics

Earth and environment

Sustainability

News and current affairs

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West Meets East A delegation of Australian farmers and food manufacturers travel to China to learn just how to do business with our biggest trading partner. The Long Road ...

West Meets East A delegation of Australian farmers and food manufacturers travel to China to learn just how to do business with our biggest trading partner. The Long Road Understanding differences in taste and lifestyle could be the key to cracking the Chinese market. Premium Beef Beef producers are excited about new opportunities at the premium end of the Chinese market. China Dreams How does China feed it's population of almost 1.4 billion? Golden Fleece China is the Australian wool industry's most important international partner, buying around 75 percent of the national clip. Chairman Liu Australia will play an important role supplying clean, green protein to China's growing middle class.