Gemma fears the worst when Lewis takes Belle on a trip to find their son. Kane is torn between loyalty and love, when an old flame offers him work. Mark and Abi are stunned when their daughter is suspended from school.
Two teenagers, from opposite sides of the world, meet in cyberspace and change each other's lives. By projecting their ideal selves in a virtual world. they get a little closer to reaching their ideals in the real one.
In A Quiet Word With Rob Sitch, comedian Tony Martin snags a rare on camera chat with his former D Generation and Late Show co star Rob Sitch, now one of the principals of the hugely successful Working Dog production house. Over a tangent filled half hour, Sitch recalls the origin of the D Generation and discusses the group's commitment both to high and low comedy.
Tony Martin leads fellow comedian and New Zealander Rhys Darby on a leisurely stroll through his remarkable and varied career. Darby is the man known around the world as Murray from Flight of the Conchords.
A five part documentary series that follows the unpredictable and at times dangerous world of Australian journalists working around the world. Sophie McNeill is one of the new breed of video journalists. Armed with a small digital camera, Sophie gathers compelling stories across the globe as a one-woman band - researching, filming and directing stories on her own.
Mark Davis is a senior journalist for SBS television's flagship current affairs program, Dateline. His approach as an independent journalist, shooting as a one-man band with a flexible agenda, has helped Mark deliver compelling, intimate stories not often seen. The ability to move quickly and cheaply gave Mark his first break - a piece on the then unknown Taliban for Foreign Correspondent.
Tony Martin manages to pin down the award winning stand up comic and self confessed 'randomist' for a surprisingly thoughtful discussion of what it is he actually does. Ross attempts to explain his surrealistic thought processes, and recalls highlights and lowlights of his hugely successful career 'talking bollocks' in front of crowds of strangers.
A comedy show that smacks and unpacks the latest trends, news, inputs, life hacks and gossip and serves them up for you as a nightly dose of hot, must-see entertainment. Hosted by comedian Tom Ballard.
At the Movies is hosting a series of specials that will be focusing on the art of filmmaking - acting and music. These will be three half-hour stand-alone programs that will concentrate on the work of an artist and their craft. Bryan Brown is one of our most respected actors. Since the 1970s he's been at the forefront of the Australian cinema scene, and has been an outspoken advocate for it.
Baroness Jean Corston is a British peer best known for a ground-breaking report on women in the UK prison system. Despite the public's derision and distrust of politics, she insists it remains a noble cause. #OnePlusOne.
As a boy growing up in a migrant family in the US, Justin Lin watched Star Trek avidly for 10 years. He's now one of Hollywood's hottest directors and his latest film Star Trek Beyond celebrates 50 Years of the franchise.
Daniela Di Toro became a paraplegic at 13 when a wall collapsed at a school swimming carnival. After success as a wheelchair tennis player she's switched to para-table tennis and will co-captain the Australian Paralympic team.
Actress, comedian, writer, producer, Ruth Jones, laughs about winning a Best Newcomer Brit Comedy Award in her early 40s. A household name in the UK, she is probably best known to Aussie audiences as Myfanwy, the barmaid, from Little Britain and Nessa, the co-writer and one of the stars of the sitcom Gavin and Stacey. Ruth hails from a seaside town halfway between Cardiff and Swansea called Porthcawl and happily for her, has been able to live and work in Wales for most of her career.
Join Bryan Cranston, Vince Gilligan and the entire writing team as they divulge how they created the stories for a show that was recently named one of the best written TV series of all time, Breaking Bad.
Cal enlists the help of safe-cracking recluse, Repro, to break into Oriana's house and steal the Ormond Riddle. But his moment of glory is short-lived when he realises a key piece of the Riddle is missing.
Recently Ben Stiller was in Australia to promote his new film The Secret Life of Walter Mitty releasing on Boxing Day. Margaret and David took the chance to chat to him both about the film and his career.
Fou Fou bribes the O'Neills into hosting a Lebanese funeral in their house. Toufic launches his new funeral business, The Fundertakers, with disastrous results. Layla and Maddie steal Fou Fou's V8 for a burnout competition.
Lewis is jealous when Gemma goes on a yoga retreat with her childhood friend, Damo. Kane is heartbroken when Will's true colours are revealed. When Abi is injured by a violent patient, Mark is forced to change his career plans.
As a child who performed badly at school, Dick Smith felt destined to fail. Once his car radio business took off and he became a multi-millionaire. Now a passionate philanthropist he's certain he doesn't want to make more money.
Apollo 13, directed by Ron Howard and starring Tom Hanks grossed 62 million dollars at the box office and was nominated for nine Academy awards. The movie tells the story of America's ill-fated third mission to the moon in the summer of 1970. The True Story uncovers the amazing bravery, incredible ingenuity and, most of all, the unshakable will to live that allowed three astronauts to survive in the face of a host of seemingly insurmountable challenges.
In the Georgia prison system, special investigators and corrections officers are waging a war against a flood of contraband cellphones - an inmate's key to power inside and a constant connection to the outside world.
Sister Monica Joan is found wandering near the docks and returned to Nonnatus House by the police. When she recovers from her adventure and rejoins the community, she finds herself in trouble with the law.
Jessica Raines and Miranda Hart return for more touching and compelling stories from the nurses and nuns of Nonnatus House when the eight-part series Call the Midwife returns to ABC1 with Series three.
Pressure mounts as the top four go through to the last stage of the competition. After a final acting master class with director Nupur Asthana, and a mini-makeover, they have surprise meeting with Bollywood megastar John Abraham. In an attempt to better understand their future audience, the four finalists spend their weekend
immersed in the lives of two typical Indian families.
All is not rosy in the princes' kingdoms. Mike discovers, to his great disappointment, that he must stay in a hotel and spend very little time alone with Mani. Mani informs him that he must also behave and dress according to Indian tradition, leaving him feeling like a complete outsider.
Looks at the history of 'race movies', films made by, for and with African Americans. It examines the work of Oscar Micheaux, Spencer Williams Jr and the Noble Bros, plus some of the actors who appeared in the films.
Lugosi: Fallen Vampire tells the story of one of the legendary actors of 1930s Hollywood, Bela Lugosi, who created the unique character of Dracula on screen. The film follows the story of his life, from his birth in a small town in Transylvania, close to the turn of the century, to his days as an actor playing Jesus at the Hungarian National Theatre in Budapest. It recounts his time as a communist who had to flee Hungary, and his subsequent persecution - and blacklisting - by the McCarthy witch hunts for his political views.
To Russia, With Love: The Great Radio War tells the story of the Cold War from a most unusual perspective: Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty: a radio station for the countries behind the Iron Curtain.
Based on Michael Crichton's classic and directed by legendary filmmaker Steven Spielberg, Jurassic Park is one of the biggest monster movies of all time. The True Story uncovers the real science, events and people who inspired Michael Crichton, finds out just how authentic its dinosaurs really are and discovers the truth about bringing them back to life. Shockingly, this possibility is closer than you might think.
Reality TV is TV right now. Everything else is just making up the numbers. And yet for all its cultural force, we barely discuss it. That's all about to change. Hosted by comedian Tom Ballard, Reality Check is a weekly half hour of sharp, cracking panel discussion in which no-one gets voted off at the end, no-one plays the pantomime villain and there's nothing to be gained by crying for the camera. Having said that, if our guests want to cry, that's up to them.
What do Disney's The Lion King and Kurosawa's The Bad Sleep Well have in common? They're both transformations of Hamlet! Transformative texts recreate the genre, setting and perspective of a story to reflect unique social contexts.