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.
Mohsen was an asylum seeker going mad in detention until Suzanne Tsannes took his case all the way to the High Court. Suzanne, 62, is a psychotherapist who is married with two adult children. Mohsen, 33, is an Iranian poet who two years ago was granted refugee status after four years in detention. Suzanne met Mohsen at Villawood Detention Centre in 2001 and theirs is the story of one person's crusade for another's freedom, justice and sanity.
After Rashiq's father fled Iran, he was held in detention in Australia for six years. It then took another three years for the family to be granted visas. Rashiq, being the oldest of four children bore much of the responsibility of raising the family during the separation from his father. Now as a teenager, recently arrived in Australia, he is determined to define and live a freedom that he has been unable to experience before.
Australia's most brilliant young pianist, Simon Tedeschi, was first placed in front of a keyboard at eighteen months by his grandmother Lucy Gershwin, a Holocaust survivor. Their relationship is a story about music, the Holocaust and the true nature of inheritance.
Discover how the most innocuous objects from daily life - the bicycle, underwear, nutmeg - have all been instrumental in building empires, sparking social revolutions and sometimes been just plain fun.
When a cross-section of British seven-year-olds were interviewed for 7 Up in 1964, it was evident that their social backgrounds influenced their attitudes towards life. While the upper class children were self-assured, those from middle and working class backgrounds were resigned to a life of hard work. This premise was put to the test every seven years when the same group were interviewed about the state of their lives. Now, at the age of 56, the group are once more brought together to assess whether their lives have been ruled by circumstances or self-determination.
Dinner parties can be minefields for adults. But what would happen if all the dinner party guests were aged around 11 years old? All is revealed when a group of 11 year olds have a dinner party and discuss everything from family to politics in this thought-provoking insight into what's important to today's young people.
Age Gap Love, follows couples from across the UK and the US who are determined to prove that mileage on the clock is no barrier to real romance - despite suffering judgement and backlash from friends and family.
In his final journey to explore what our taste says about us, Perry lives amongst the upper classes of the Cotswolds in Gloucestershire where he meets The Marquess of Bath and Longleat and bohemian Detmar Blow.
About Women lifts the lid on Australian women's lives, post-feminism. This landmark series is a reflection of our times as women of all ages, backgrounds and circumstances open up about what really matters to them. We meet them at a time of uncertainty for some, a turning point for others and for a lucky few, a time of accomplishment and happiness. Starting with menstruation and the painful uncertainties of youth, moving through the 'productive' years of career and/or parenting, to the postmenopausal twilight years without a rocking chair in sight, About Women makes a powerful contribution to our understanding of what it is to be female in 21st century Australia.
My Mum Talks To Aliens is an intriguing documentary that follows a mother and son on a journey of discovery, as they travel the country in pursuit of solid evidence of an alien presence here on Earth. There is one issue that is driving a wedge between mother and son - Mary and Chris Rodwell - the existence of extraterrestrial life. Chris is a self-confessed alien sceptic, whilst his mum Mary is a leading global authority on the subject. But her beliefs have come at a cost, her husband left and it is now impacting on her relationship with Chris. Broadcast as part of SBS's Secrets And Lives series.
Lost In Wonderland is a humorous yet surprisingly moving documentary about one of New Zealand's great eccentrics, a flamboyant cross-dressing lawyer. Rob Moodie has fought all his life for difficult or alternative causes, taking on courts, corporations, and governments. This is a story about his life and times, his unusual take on masculinity, and an epic legal case on which he staked his reputation and career.
Barrie, 75, and his son Nigel, 51, haven't seen each other in over 40 years. After Barrie's marriage to Nigel's mother ended, he was so heartbroken he didn't reach out. He now wants a relationship with his son. Jac attempted to meet her biological father, Gerry, when she was a teenager, but he let her down. She finally met him when she was in her 30s, and although they connected instantly, they're yet to forge a strong relationship. Jac wants Gerry to meet her own kids and be truly present in her life. High school sweethearts Sam and Tina ended their relationship six years ago. Sam has never explained his decision to end their relationship or the truth about his sexuality as a bisexual man. Sam wants to put their friendship back on track.
In a social experiment based on the study of neuroscientists, this episode hosted by Ray Martin features Daley and his father Steven, who have drifted apart over the years; sisters Meagan and Rebecca who had a falling out on a cruise and haven't spoken since; and old school friends Zach and Lauren, who disappeared from each other's lives.
In the final episode of My Year 12 Life the cast has left high school behind and have become young adults. They reveal what life is like post-year 12 and what effect their ATAR result has had on their future.
Narrated by Eddie Perfect, with insights from psychologist Charlotte Keating, explore the major themes experienced by the 16 Australian students and their parents as they adjust to high school. Title also stylised as My Year Seven Life.
Last year some 80,000 people in the UK listed their property on room bookings site Airbnb. While the majority of its millions of users have positive experiences, Airbnb: Dream or Nightmare? also reveals what can go wrong.
When a cross-section of seven year olds were interviewed for 7 Up in 1964, it was immediately evident that their social backgrounds influenced their attitudes towards life. Now, at the age of 56, the group are once more brought together and, with the benefit of hindsight, assess whether their lives have been ruled by circumstances or self-determination.
The Brasilian crash course continues as Sam travels to Sao Paolo and Salvador. In Brasil's largest city Sao Paolo, he spends a day high flying with local model-turned business mogul millionaire Cozete Gomes, whose preferred mode of transport is private helicopter.
This week Enough Rope goes 'On the Road' to the north-west Victorian town of Rainbow (population about 550), which lies in wheat and sheep country on the edge of the Mallee (desert country). Scratch the surface and even a small town like Rainbow reveals a cast of characters.
There was this mystical thing, many years ago, called playtime. Children did it. They played with cardboard boxes that transported them to the jungle, fell out of trees and wore plaster casts for other kids to write their names on. Today the modern parent carts the kids from activity to activity with the co-ordinated skill of a cab driver. But this is no cheery cabbie. This is a helpless parent determined to do everything between school and bedtime to keep their kids from the TV and computer games. With every other parent doing everything available, you've got to keep up.
What does it mean to be Mormon? What values do they believe in? How do they party? More importantly, how do they look for love? Each year, a throng of over 1,000 single Mormons swarm to Duck, North Carolina, for a weekend of partying without booze and flirting without sex. This is the annual Mormon spring break: 'Mormons Gone Mild'. Young, Morman and Single follows four single Mormons looking for their eternal partner.
This is the incredible true story of a little girl's kidnap, her five year survival alone in the jungle...and the monkeys who saved her. A unique journey from feral child to modern day Grandma now living happily in Bradford, England. Marina Chapman doesn't know her real name or her biological family. She claims that as a child in Colombia she was abducted and abandoned in the jungle, and that she survived by living alone with monkeys for five years.
In episode five, Cherry Healey sets out to discover how money affects people's relationships in a world obsessed with material wealth. Who controls the purse strings in a couple? Can one have too much money? And what happens to love when someone has led the high life and lost it all? What's it like to marry a woman whose father has never said no? She meets a cast of characters, from the haves to the have-nots, to find out whether money can buy love - or if it is more likely to destroy it.
This documentary features players from two of the world's best gay rugby teams; sentimental favourites, San Francisco Fog and feisty upstarts, Sydney Convicts, as they prepare to compete for the 2006 Bingham Cup, in New York City.
Writer and comedian Sharon Horgan is having a 'pre-midlife crisis, crisis'. She meets six women who have gone through a full-blown midlife crisis to find out how they coped and even transformed themselves. Can they make Sharon feel better about her middle age?
On Saturday 29th March 2014, same-sex marriage became legal in England and Wales and to mark this historic milestone, you get a front row seat at one of the first gay weddings to take place. But this was to be an extraordinary ceremony in more ways than one. Grooms Benjamin Till and Nathan Taylor wrote and staged their entire wedding as a musical - with sung vows, sung readings and show-stopping ensembles featuring the whole congregation of family, friends and special guests including a heartfelt duet from the grooms' mums.
In this second episode we meet 31-year-old Andreena Bogle-Walton, a single mum who has a serious dilemma: whether to send her ten-year-old daughter Renee to Devon to live with her father, or to keep her in London living with her.
The Hemmes family revolutionised the Australian fashion scene with the House of Merivale and Mr John. Their name has been synonomous with style and sophistication for more than 50 years. The women are the retiring types, Merivale and daughter Bettina eternally camera shy, leaving it to the men, John Hemmes and son Justin to be the showmen. They have risen to the challenge, often branded as peacocks and playboys, revelling in the fast, shiny and new and attracting more than their fair share of gossip and innuendo.
This week the Chopper Rescue team attend two emergencies. A bad accident on an outback cattle property tests everyone on Rescue 521 from Townsville. A man has fallen from a moving vehicle and is reported to have severe head and chest injuries. And on the Great Barrier Reef an English tourist with crushing chest pains gets a rapid response from the crew of Rescue 510.
At 57, Elizabeth Burton still strips in Sydney's Kings Cross and affirms the three m's of her personal philosophy: meditation, mastication and masturbation. Her 23-year-old daughter Libity works in a shoe shop and tells people her mother is a cleaner.
Monika, and her fiance Duane are getting hitched. Duane thinks it's cool getting married at Monika's workplace with Amanda, the Registrar, officiating. While transgender, ballet dancer, Julia is seeking a change of name.
Star of stage and screen Noni Hazlehurst joins Paul McDermott on this episode of Room 101. The lady we all grew up with shows a completely different side to her personality, sharing her surprisingly wicked, self-deprecating and very funny pet peeves.
The star of the SBS hit series 'Legally Brown', Nazeem Hussain, joins host Paul McDermott on Room 101. Nazeem not only pushes the boundaries of political incorrectness but also shares some very personal gripes. Whether it's his pet hate of mirrors in gyms and his 'skinny Sri Lankan calves', to mechanics, to grumpy old people, Nazeem finds the fairest and funniest ways to persuade Paul to banish his pet hates into the Room 101 vault forever.
Joining Paul McDermott on this episode of Room 101 is a woman who made her name in the brutal world of competitive cooking where she was instantly loved by the Australian public. Australia's most successful runner-up Poh Ling Yeow brings her pet hates to the Room 101 table.
Each week, accomplished writer and television presenter Paul McDermott sits down with well-known celebrities to talk about their pet hates - things that really wind them up in everyday life - in the hope that Paul will banish them into the Room 101 vault forever. In the first episode, multi-talented performer, writer, presenter and comedian Julia Zemiro joins Paul McDermott.
Thirty years after their separation, and 20 years after his death, actress Jane Birkin goes back, dipping into the memories of the family holidays she shared with French music legend Serge Gainsbourg. With honesty and wit, Birkin narrates her own Super 8 films.
Karl was 15 when Chelsea told him she was pregnant. Now 18 he's trying to be a good dad but can't stop gaming, and living with Chelsea's stepdad stresses him out. They need to leave, can Karl sort it out?
It is necessary that students are able to develop aural skills by exploring, imitating and recognising elements of music including dynamic, pitch and rhythm. (ACAMUM080,ACAMUM084,ACAMUM088,VCAMUR020,VCAMUR024,VCAMUR028,VCAMUR032)
Bullying sucks whether it is online, at school or in a workplace, there is no space for it in our lives. Find more about bullying experiences and how to combat issues related to bullying in this playlist.
There is no space for bullying, whether it is in the playground, classroom or online. No way! View this collection, which deals with all aspects of bullying and how it can be prevented. (ACPPS074,VCHPEP092,VCHPEP109)
Space inspires our greatest scientific and creative minds. Take to the stars with NASA, or hop aboard Millennium Falcon in the best of space fact and fiction. (ACSSU188,ACSSU189,VCSSU127,VCSSU128,VCSSU129)
On April 27, 1994, millions of first-time voters cast their ballots in South Africa's first free elections, ushering in the presidency of Mandela. Learn about the enormous change from those who lived it.