Murder, sex, drugs, art, politics and sneakers hanging on telephone lines have become a powerful urban symbol. In an effort to get to the truth once and for all we asked the people of earth to help us solve this mystery.
In tonight's episode Alice and Rob's relationship takes off and, after several weeks they have decided to move in together. After meeting with a matchmaker, Peter decides to try speed dating; Mark arranges to meet an ex-girlfriend he hopes to win back; and Suzanne has fallen in love with Santo. Will he propose?
Kirk, Justin and Sarah have very recently moved out of home for the first time, into what they're calling The Dreamhouse. Relishing this new found freedom away from parents, they continue to spread their wings and taste a more independent way of living. With a day off work, Kirk becomes acquainted with the washing machine for the first time.
Three young adults with intellectual disabilities fly the nest and move into a new home for 10 weeks. Experiencing life away from parents and learning to live more independently is a dream for all of them. And if it works out, they'll be able to stay on and call The Dreamhouse home.
Sarah, Kirk and Justin have been living together for three weeks and things are going well. It's time to celebrate with a housewarming party. But cracks soon appear with the planning underway, personal preferences start to become an issue between the three housemates.
In episode two, Morgan, Brody and Sarah are three generation Yers about to turn 21. They are about to be considered 'adults' the world over and they are all planning huge parties to celebrate. But are they ready to grow up? If fifty is the new forty, what is 21? By following Morgan, Brody and Sarah as they prepare for their big day, Y 21 takes us back-stage into the lives of three 20-year-olds on the cusp of adulthood - exploring the highs, lows, pressures and uncertainties associated with 'growing up'.
In a social experiment based on the studies of neuroscientists, this episode hosted by Ray Martin features father Peter and daughter Kayleigh who haven't seen each other in 18 years; Blythe, 21, who thinks her grandmother, Tina, favoured her sister and caused her deep insecurities; and siblings Taylor and Tynan, whose close relationship fell apart when their parents divorced.
Ty signs up to a social media app without his mum's consent, Christian surprises himself with a science project with hopes it may bring him a windfall and Damon finds business profits much easier than his classroom maths.
This week, Peter hosts his first dinner-party as a single man and one of his guests includes a lady of special interest; Mark goes on a date with high expectations; Ange experiments with love online and meets Annie; and Phoenix Lifestyle founder Judithe Beardon is about to be reunited with her first love, Rudi.
This program explores what happens when two estranged people come face-to-face - without conversation - to look each other in the eye. Hosted by Ray Martin, Australians from diverse backgrounds are genuinely looking to reconnect with someone in their life. This emotional and riveting series seeks to discover if eye contact alone can help bridge personal rifts, and reveals what happens when only eye contact is used as a form of communication between two people who are estranged. In this episode, former Sudanese child soldier Ayik tries to forgive his prison guard, Anyang; Sue and Gary, who were married for 33 years, divorced three years ago. Sue wants to look Gary in the eye to find out if he too feels that their love might be rekindled.
In a social experiment based on the studies of neuroscientists, this episode hosted by Ray Martin features country girl Shelley and her father Mick, who walked away from the family when Shelley was 10 years old; single mother Jenny - born and raised in a strict Chinese culture - who felt her son Carl, 19, was too young to move in with his girlfriend; and Eduardo, who now wants to reveal the truth about his sexuality to his former best friend, Haylee.
Having survived their first day of high school the kids debrief about the litany of firsts they experienced, and it seems making new friends looms large on everyone's agenda. Title also stylised as My Year Seven Life. Study guide available at http://bit.ly/myyear7lifeguide.
This series steps inside the Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages (BDM), for an intimate look at the milestones that unite us all. Tonight, Jared is head-over-heels in love with his pregnant bride-to-be, Renee. Are they ready for marriage and parenthood? Having been told she was adopted just days before her mum died, Pauline is searching for her birth mother.
It's nearly the end of Term 1 at Bradfield College. It's also the end for Lisa and Ryan, the class lovebirds, who break up; and also for the class's much-loved English teacher, Matt Anderson, who quits.
In My Year 7 Life, 16 diverse kids from around the country were given cameras to document their transition from primary school to high school. Follow these kids as they go from top dog to small fish. Seb wants to earn his own money so starts applying for jobs, Harley struggles near the bottom of the class in maths, Eleena goes to Sydney for a modelling competition and Chelsea is upset with her friends. Title also stylised as My Year Seven Life. Study guide available at http://bit.ly/myyear7lifeguide.
So you're thinking of winding down on the work front, but have you achieved everything you wanted to achieve in your career, what will be your legacy, and do you have regrets or is it important to regret nothing? The Aunts and Uncles lead you through this change of pace and, with sensitivity and humour, map out what an idyllic retirement might look like.
The inside story of the family dynamics behind Australia's most famous priest. Tim Costello has been called 'the conscience of a generation'. But like all prophets, the road to salvation has been strewn with temptation.
Why is it so hard to find a partner? What has changed in our society? What will be the effect of this phenomenon on Australian society in the future - on birth rates, living patterns, and mental health?
Brad and Isabel toil hard for a good harvest, but a good harvest has its own price. Raspberries are a tough crop to produce and Brad and Isabel are investing everything to get a good harvest. They met on a large berry farm labouring for other growers, but now they're in pursuit of their own dream - their own organic raspberry farm.
In the final episode, after 32 years on the road, Fred Brophy takes his last tour to the Birdsville Races deep into the Queensland desert, where his boxers face their final challenge. Broadcast as part of SBS's Secrets And Lives series.
Judith Lucy doesn't have kids. Her desire to have them lasted about a nanosecond. But with motherhood intrinsic in so many women's lives, she's keen to get a taste of what it could be like, and takes charge of her very own baby - a plastic, African American robot child named Lucy Junior. Lucy Junior needs diligent care, but will Judith pass the test and be a good mum?
Twelve-year-old Madelaine runs an organic egg business, the most profitable enterprise on the family farm. Rob and Colita always wanted a Garden of Eden. When they bought 400 acres north of Melbourne, they knew it would be an idyllic place to bring up their three kids. For them, farming is about love and it's more important for the family to be together than it is to make a fortune.
After frustrations with the Gold Program, Ben finds a more effective way of absorbing his English novels as he jockeys to move into mainstream classes; Isabel embarks on a new romance after a fun school camp but her ever-busy schedule soon causes friction; maths refuses to make sense to Chelsea which affects her friendship group - it'll take her grandma and a tutor to improve her outlook; Tyler continues to struggle with the psychological fallout from losing his house and new concerns over his mum's health. Romance and relationships are on the kid's minds. Title also stylised as My Year Seven Life. Study guide available at http://bit.ly/myyear7lifeguide.
In My Year 7 Life, 16 diverse kids from around the country were given cameras to document their transition from primary school to high school. Follow these kids as they go from top dog to small fish. Title also stylised as My Year Seven Life. Study guide available at http://bit.ly/myyear7lifeguide.
Ifrah Ahmed came to Ireland as an unaccompanied minor seeking asylum from war torn Somalia. She has already made an impact as a driving force behind a campaign to raise awareness of, and combat, female genital mutilation.
Ness is a third generation Russian and has spent most of her life denying her family's existence. When she receives a call from an aunt who disappeared 22 years ago, Ness is prompted to contact her family and put some of her ghosts to rest.
Mikey's MY:24 was meeting an aunt he never knew he had who took care of him when his parents had not been able to, and encouraged his love of skating. Faith overcame a nomadic childhood to discover a talent for song writing.
How do new parents cope when their baby cannot settle down to sleep at night? What help is there for mothers who suffer from post-natal depression? How do families cope when one child exhibits aggressive behaviour? What assistance is available where one or both parents who are disabled or whose first language isn't English? How do some mothers cope with isolation and loneliness?
When homeless wayfarer John Keegan, originally from Scotland, crossed paths with notorious Sydney street-dweller Carl "Mr" Mackie it was the start of a beautiful friendship. Tough, pitiless Carl took a liking to friendly John and showed him the ropes of life on the streets. For nearly a decade, Carl and John met daily to share conversation, company, and countless casks of wine.
This three-part documentary series sees five men from Tanna, a remote tribal island in Vanuatu, leave their island and visit the UK for the first time to experience the British way of life. For years anthropologists have travelled to the South Pacific to live with the local tribespeople and observe their traditional way of life. But in this series, traditional anthropology is turned on its head as the five tribesmen travel from their village to experience life in the UK.
The story of the Panthers, a rugby league club located in the bustling multicultural Sydney suburb of La Perouse. The La Perouse Panthers have a long standing tradition as a successful football club in all age groups, dominating the local south Sydney Rugby league competition and the New South Wales Aboriginal knockout. They have always been considered the team to beat for many generations, and pride and emotions always run high. Through the La Perouse Panthers many racial barriers have been broken down.
This one-hour film, by Liz Mermin, tracks a unique development project that began in the summer of 2004 when a group of volunteer American hairstylists, financed by the beauty industry, arrived in Afghanistan to open a beauty school.
He's black, from the poor side of Nowra, the youngest of 13 and a football genius; she's white, from comfortable Shoalhaven, her parents' only darling girl, keen on horses and singing country music. They were both 16 when Leona got pregnant. No one thought they'd last. But 32 year-old Andrew Walker, former rugby league and union star, and Leona his wife, business partner and ferocious advocate, have survived a rollercoaster relationship of 18 years.
When is it time to hang up your boxing gloves and call it a day? In the inspirational documentary Fighting Chance, a 42-year old Bosnian refugee will battle the odds in order to represent Australia and claim a World Boxing Championship title.
Welcome to The Agony of New Year's Eve in which we celebrate the most problematic night on the calendar. The hope is that it'll be the best night of the year, but there's every chance that it'll be the worst of your life.
Edward Nino Hernandez is one of the shortest men on earth at just 27 inches tall. For most of his 24 years his tiny body has been a big problem. This warm, humane film explores the extraordinary challenges of negotiating the world as an adult male who is the same size as a six month old baby.
Love's Harvest is a series of four half-hour beautiful and intimate stories about organic farmers. Each episode portrays the experiences of couples and families toiling hard for their belief in organic goodness and the love and life it provides.
For Carla and Anne-Marie, women and goats go together but a long drought takes its toll on their cherished goat herd. Carla and Anne-Marie are known for their delectable goat's cheese. It's the reward for ditching their teaching jobs and taking the plunge to farm organic goats on rolling granite country in Central Victoria.
Strong willed, educated and forthright Indian-Australian Ramona Dhillon was 27 when she fell head-over-heels in love with Anurag Saboo, the eldest son of one of Rajasthan's wealthiest merchant families. When she decided to marry him secretly at a Melbourne registry office, neither of their families were impressed, and Anu and Ramona were soon to find they had walked headlong into an epic clash of cultures.