Gemma questions every aspect of her life, in the aftermath of Lewis's infidelity. Lewis is determined to earn Gemma's forgiveness, but is it too late? Kane is pressured into a date with his secret admirer. Lucy risks her career to help Ned in a legal dispute.
At just 27 Hamish MacDonald is both news anchor and correspondent for Al Jazeera English, the new kid on the block of international news networks. Based in Kuala Lumpur, Hamish has worked for Al Jazeera English since its inception in 2006 and has travelled widely from Afghanistan and Georgia to the USA, Papua New Guinea, Malaysia and China.
Luke Hunt is a 43 year old journalist based in Hong Kong. Having worked for Agence France-Presse (AFP) for the past 14 years, Luke is about to swap the security of a weekly wage for the life of a freelance journalist. Armed with his stills camera, his computer and his desire to succeed, Luke's first freelance assignment takes him to familiar territory, Cambodia, to cover the upcoming elections.
Rhonda forces Tony to be keynote speaker at the Smart Cities conference. Nat is looking set for a promotion until Beverley from HR decides to step in. The arrival of a new couch has unintended consequences.
For nine-year-old Sheldon Cooper, it isn't easy growing up in East Texas. Being a once-in-a-generation mind capable of advanced mathematics and science isn't always helpful in a land where church and football are king.
Based on Eric Lomax's memoir, The Railway Man, a naive young man who's a railway enthusiast and radio buff - becomes caught up in the fall of the British Empire at Singapore in 1942 and is put to work on the 'Railway of Death' - the Japanese line from Thailand to Burma. Exhaustively and brutally tortured by the Japanese for making acrude radio, Lomax is emotionally ruined by his experiences. Almost 50 years after the war, however, his life is changed by the discovery that his interrogator, the Japanese interpreter, is still alive - and their reconciliation is the culmination of this extraordinary story.
Best-selling children's author Jackie French grew up dyslexic in a household filled with stories. She's come through challenging times to find inspiration in the environment and her friendship with some extraordinary wombats.
Stephen Whittle is a trailblazer and a professor of law. Only the 13th female to male transsexual in Britain, he has battled discrimination and hate campaigns to win the legal right to be recognised as a husband and a father.
It's a long way from LA to Sydney's Castle Hill. Rebel Wilson and Julia visit family and former haunts, and discuss how she overcame severe shyness before blossoming into the high achiever she is today.
Ita - no surname required - has been involved in the media since the age of 16. The daughter of an 'old-school' journo and newspaperman, Ita takes Julia back to where she grew up in the garden wonderland of Parsley Bay in Sydney's Eastern Suburbs.
Gemma's love for Lewis is rekindled when his heart medication has some unusual side effects. Mark and Abi are seduced by the lavish lifestyle of their wealthy new friends. Justin's world is rocked when Lucy makes a life-changing decision.
Nazeem Hussain has enjoyed much acclaim in recent years as one half of Fear of a Brown Planet and the presenter/writer/driver of Legally Brown. Whipsmart, thoughtful and highly articulate, Naz takes Julia home to the only house he's ever lived in - the Burwood bungalow he shares with his devoted mother Mumtaz, and two sisters.
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.
Teach English with everyday conversations from the world of one of Australia's favourite soap operas. How will Ash react when he hears the truth about Robbo's past? Olivia makes a drunken proposal, with big consequences. Alf struggles with unresolved issues linked to Martha's reappearance.
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.
Explore depictions of Australia and it's culture through a special collection of films representing life Down Under with a range of selected content for all ages. (VCHHK072, VCHHK076, VCHHK073, VCHHC097, VCHHC098, VCHHC100)