Kim swears off men and takes up golf with Sharon. This leads Kath to suspect Kim is a lesbian. When Kath voices her theory to Kel, he reasons that homosexual activity isn't unusual or uncommon: after all, he was in the navy for six years. Kath begins to question her relationship with Kel. Kim goes speed dating with Sharon, who meets fiddler Mark. None of the men are interested in Kim and she calls Brett to come rescue her.
Kim is sparing no expense to ensure Epponnee's first birthday party blows everyone out of the water. Kel wins a retailer's award but lets it go to his head, resulting in a punch-up with Eric Bana at celebrity event at Bonbeach station.
Sharon's got a date, so Kim gives Sharon a major makeover. Kath insists upon updating the home theatre system as it is three years old, but Kel's attempts to secure a good deal fail, and Kath likes Brett's ideas better anyway.
Kath and Kel's ensuite receives much traffic after Kim and Brett move in and convert the other bathroom into a nursery, and the downstairs toilet becomes blocked. With the neighbour's house for sale, Kel puts in an offer.
In 1922, Carter finally discovers the tomb, and untold riches within. But Egyptian officials try to seize the treasure, bankrupting the dig. The discovery of Carter's affair with Evelyn threatens to ruin Carnarvon's friendship with Carter.
The US and the Soviet Union fought a vicious intelligence war during the Cold War and the world was shrouded in lies and secrets. Now, 25 years after the Cold War, disclosure of information is starting to give us a clear picture of what was happening behind the scenes. The age of madness when people feared the catastrophe of World War III is shown in this episode through disclosed images from CIA and KGB.
In A Quiet Word With... writer, broadcaster and comedian Tony Martin has exactly that with some of the entertainment world's biggest names. For half an hour, the self confessed 'comedy and film nerd' will talk shop with a filmmaker, actor or comedian, who may well be surprised to find themselves answering no questions about their private life and instead confronting long forgotten moments from their lengthy resume. In his first conversation, Martin leads the star of QI, Jonathan Creek and the new culinary comedy Whites, Alan Davies, on a rambling journey through the many twists and turns of his ramshackle career.
Despite his grave reservations, Tony (Rob Sitch) is forced to evaluate plans for expanding northern Australia's Ord River Scheme. Nat (Celia Pacquola) has issues of her own with a stalled highway up- grade. Unfortunately for them the rest of the office is distracted by plans for a Mexican-themed anniversary party. Just when things couldn't get more complicated, Jim (Anthony 'Lehmo' Lehmann) makes a shock announcement.
Lewis's guilt over his marriage problems threatens to ruin the pub and his friendship with Justin. Kane and Will's romantic first date is hijacked by their kids. Lucy's stress over a job interview endangers Justin's kids. Phoebe and Ryan make a life-changing decision.
Go behind-the-scenes of Dexter, the show about a serial killer with a strict moral code. Actor Michael C. Hall gives rare insights, and show runner, Scott Buck, reveals that the writers' room is a place of constant arguments.
It's a new year and Tony is determined to focus on big things. Unfortunately, small things get in the way. Meanwhile, Nat's attempts to assist a local community unleash a multi- billion dollar government initiative.
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.
Vance (Tom Long) races to the resort to find Art (Richard Roxburgh) packing to leave, but is able to convince his brother to wait while they contest Nancy's Will on the basis of her sanity. Art takes the opportunity to reconcile with his son Josh (Craig Stott), but this means fronting Suzy (Imogen Annesley), his son's mother.
Jennifer Byrne speaks to one of the world's most popular entertainers, Michael Palin. Palin's incredible career spans over half a century. Byrne will explore his early years in Monty Python's Flying Circus through to his reinvention as a travel documentarian and novelist.
One of our favourite performers, Denise Scott, takes Julia home to Melbourne's Greensborough where she reveals a thoroughly suburban childhood that blossomed into an extraordinary gift for comedy and storytelling
Juliette O'Brien lost her father - renowned cancer specialist Dr Chris O'Brien - to a brain tumour in 2009. Two years later her brother died suddenly after a seizure. Juliette discusses love, loss and the search for answers.
He's enjoyed half a century of success as a pop and folk-rock star, but at age 74 Graham Nash isn't slowing down. As his first solo album in 14 years is released, he speaks with Jane Hutcheon about creativity, love and regret.
In this eleven part third season of Julia Zemiro's Home Delivery we travel with Julia around Australia and to the UK to experience entertaining and candid interviews with guests from the world of sport, entertainment and the media. Julia's first guest on this series is Ian Thorpe. Where would you meet up with arguably Australia's greatest ever Olympic swimmer? At a pool of course!
A tragedy at the hospital causes Abi to reassess her approach to motherhood. With their pub losing money, the house husbands face the possibility they may have to sell. Kane suspects his new friend is secretly trying to undermine the pub's success. Justin feels betrayed when Mark decides to sell his share in the pub.
At the end of World War I, the US replaced the European nations as a superpower. The country's driving force was the giant family-run conglomerates. The successors entered numerous new industries, transforming the young country into an "empire of capitalism." We will look at the evolvement of modern capitalism by using private footage released by the families of JP Morgan "the Finance King," JD Rockefeller "the Oil Baron," and the auto tycoon Henry Ford.
Kath's recently married daughter, Kim, moves back in, insisting her marriage to Brett is over. Kim begins to suspect Brett is having an affair and has her second best friend Sharon stalk him. Meanwhile, Kim is disgusted that her mother Kath is dating butcher Kel Knight. Kel proposes to Kath at Harvey Norman's.
In the fourth season inimitable host Wil Anderson will once again pick apart the seams of advertising. Important topics in this episode include a discussion on whether the advertising 'battle' between Australia's two major supermarket chains is serious or spurious, and whether the Australian government's current television advertising campaign promoting the introduction of the carbon tax is ineffective, and a waste of money. The topic of the relationship between advertising and democracy is raised.
"Politics is the art of preventing people from taking part in affairs which properly concern them." Paul Valery (1871-1945). "The only thing to do with good advice is pass it on. It is never any use to oneself." Oscar Wilde. "Democracy is being allowed to vote for the candidate you dislike least." Robert Byrne
A trip to Canberra leads to Tony (Rob Sitch) being forced to investigate the feasibility of building a very fast train. What looks like being a 30-year project is made increasingly difficult by the NBA's inability to retain staff for more than a few months.
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.
Gemma and Lewis pretend to be happily married when Gemma's mother comes to stay. Kane is responsible for a major stuff-up at the pub. But Justin suspects a more sinister explanation. Mark gambles his future happiness on a risky business venture.
Hosted by Academy Award-winning writer, Jim Rash, The Writers' Room gets real with the most innovative voices in TV today. Join us for a frank and revealing conversation about what we all love - television!
Cal wakes up imprisoned in a psychiatric hospital. Boges and Winter put their differences aside in a bid to bust Cal out and get him to his great-uncle Bart's. Does Bart hold the key to the Singularity?
As he recovers from his heart attack, Lewis struggles with how to confess the truth about him and Belle. Justin takes steps to hide Lewis's secret from Gemma. After insulting the school principal, Abi makes a rash decision about Poppy's future. Kane is forced into an awkward date with the school librarian.
Matt Moran's path from school drop-out to celebrity chef and TV presenter is a testament to his drive and ambition. Julia meets Matt in the kitchen of his iconic restaurant, Aria, and from there they travel to his former home in Seven Hills in Sydney's west
Edmund and Lt Barley share a nice rat stroganoff in their tent when word arrives that tomorrow morning the troops are going "over the top". Could a feigned bout of insanity put Edmund on the road to Calais?
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.
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.
Jewish American filmmaker Justine Shapiro spent a summer in Iran with three families documenting life as it is lived by ordinary working families. As her relationships grew deeper she was given 48 hours to leave the country.
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.
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.
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.