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What was the Byzantine Empire?
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What was the Byzantine Empire?

Clip from The Time Compass
In ancient times, this empire formed the crossroads between east and west - and grew very wealthy as a consequence.

In ancient times, this empire formed the crossroads between east and west - and grew very wealthy as a consequence.

Bizarre diamond rain on Saturn
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Bizarre diamond rain on Saturn

The extreme pressure and temperatures in Saturn's lower atmosphere means the surface is bombarded by a type of rain formed of diamonds.

The extreme pressure and temperatures in Saturn's lower atmosphere means the surface is bombarded by a type of rain formed of diamonds.

Jupiter and Saturn's violent super storms
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Jupiter and Saturn's violent super storms

Jupiter's 'great red spot' is a huge storm that has raged for hundreds of years, while the usually calm Saturn can suddenly erupt in storms more violent than anything in the ...

Jupiter's 'great red spot' is a huge storm that has raged for hundreds of years, while the usually calm Saturn can suddenly erupt in storms more violent than anything in the solar system.

The Boston Tea Party
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The Boston Tea Party

On the night of December 16, 1773, Samuel Adams and the Sons of Liberty boarded three ships in the Boston harbour and threw 342 chests of tea overboard. It set the stage for ...

On the night of December 16, 1773, Samuel Adams and the Sons of Liberty boarded three ships in the Boston harbour and threw 342 chests of tea overboard. It set the stage for the American revolutionary war.

Incan social organisation and family
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Incan social organisation and family

Clip from The Time Compass
Wile the Incas held their emperor as all powerful, there were other important tiers in society, including the family.

Wile the Incas held their emperor as all powerful, there were other important tiers in society, including the family.

Why Incan history was almost lost
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Why Incan history was almost lost

Clip from The Time Compass
It wasn't until 1908 that a chronicle of ancient Incan culture was discovered mysteriously in Copenhagen.

It wasn't until 1908 that a chronicle of ancient Incan culture was discovered mysteriously in Copenhagen.

Dinosaur extinction, iridium evidence
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Dinosaur extinction, iridium evidence

Clip from Catastrophe
Trace amounts of a rare metal have been found in rock layers dating back 65 million years. It is strong evidence for an asteroid impact killing off the dinosaurs.

Trace amounts of a rare metal have been found in rock layers dating back 65 million years. It is strong evidence for an asteroid impact killing off the dinosaurs.

Teachers counsel student with poor attendance
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Teachers counsel student with poor attendance

Clip from Revolution School
Teachers have an encouraging course direction interview with student with poor attendance record.

Teachers have an encouraging course direction interview with student with poor attendance record.

How Eurasia formed from Pangea
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How Eurasia formed from Pangea

Fossil clues and fossil fuel formed from a lost ancient sea give us some tantalising clues on how modern Eurasia was formed.

Fossil clues and fossil fuel formed from a lost ancient sea give us some tantalising clues on how modern Eurasia was formed.

Carnivorous plants
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Carnivorous plants

Clip from Life
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Plants need the right balance of nutrients to survive - and some have become carnivorous to ensure they get what they need.

Plants need the right balance of nutrients to survive - and some have become carnivorous to ensure they get what they need.

Flowering plants and pollination
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Flowering plants and pollination

Clip from Life
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This video has closed captioning
David Attenborough introduced us to some amazing flowering plants and the complex relationship they have with pollinators.

David Attenborough introduced us to some amazing flowering plants and the complex relationship they have with pollinators.

Nazis vie for the Caucasus oil reserves
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Nazis vie for the Caucasus oil reserves

Clip from As It Happened
On 28 June 1942, the German army set out to conquer Russia in a split campaign - one aimed at Stalingrad and the other focusing on the capture of the rich Caucasus oil fields.

On 28 June 1942, the German army set out to conquer Russia in a split campaign - one aimed at Stalingrad and the other focusing on the capture of the rich Caucasus oil fields.

Cool space inventions
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Cool space inventions

Clip from History Hunters
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Lots of everyday products and gadgets were invented by NASA to help their astronauts in space.

Lots of everyday products and gadgets were invented by NASA to help their astronauts in space.

The terrible human cost of the Lockerbie tragedy
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The terrible human cost of the Lockerbie tragedy

Two Lockerbie plane bombing witnesses discuss their reactions of bewilderment, shock and sadness when faced with the bodies of the victims.

Two Lockerbie plane bombing witnesses discuss their reactions of bewilderment, shock and sadness when faced with the bodies of the victims.

Coping with the grief and loss after the Lockerbie tragedy
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Coping with the grief and loss after the Lockerbie tragedy

Families of the Lockerbie victims reveal the grief and shock of losing their loved ones to terrorism.

Families of the Lockerbie victims reveal the grief and shock of losing their loved ones to terrorism.

Scuba diving in South Australia's sink holes
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Scuba diving in South Australia's sink holes

Clip from Coast Australia
Geomorphologist Grant Pearce takes Emma Johnston scuba diving in Piccaninnie Ponds and Kilsbys Sinkhole on South Australia's Limestone Coast.

Geomorphologist Grant Pearce takes Emma Johnston scuba diving in Piccaninnie Ponds and Kilsbys Sinkhole on South Australia's Limestone Coast.

Life in a Victorian slum - work
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Life in a Victorian slum - work

Life was cruel in Victorian London. People had to work to survive and there was little sympathy for those who couldn't. Modern families find out about these realities the hard way.

Life was cruel in Victorian London. People had to work to survive and there was little sympathy for those who couldn't. Modern families find out about these realities the hard way.

Life in a Victorian slum - child labour
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Life in a Victorian slum - child labour

Sending young children to work seems cruel by modern standards but in 1886 London it was necessary for a family's very survival.

Sending young children to work seems cruel by modern standards but in 1886 London it was necessary for a family's very survival.

Can tumeric switch off cancer? Part 3
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Can tumeric switch off cancer? Part 3

The results. Can tumeric affect the way susceptible genes express cancer? Is seems so - but it depends how you ingest it.

The results. Can tumeric affect the way susceptible genes express cancer? Is seems so - but it depends how you ingest it.

The future of fashion is coding
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The future of fashion is coding

Meet a team of 'fashion technologists' developing the next wave of wearable technology.

Meet a team of 'fashion technologists' developing the next wave of wearable technology.

Child labour in Victorian England
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Child labour in Victorian England

Indulging children is a relatively modern concept. In 1870s England, children were needed to work from sun up to sun down.

Indulging children is a relatively modern concept. In 1870s England, children were needed to work from sun up to sun down.

Picking a leader based on character
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Picking a leader based on character

It's not all about looks. This experiment shows that someone can quickly hijack their chances of becoming a leader by being disengaged and showing selfishness.

It's not all about looks. This experiment shows that someone can quickly hijack their chances of becoming a leader by being disengaged and showing selfishness.

Bears, salmon and forests
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Bears, salmon and forests

Naturalist Chris Packham reveals how salmon returning to rivers help both bears and the forest store nutrient for winter.

Naturalist Chris Packham reveals how salmon returning to rivers help both bears and the forest store nutrient for winter.

Iron Age agricultural technologies
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Iron Age agricultural technologies

Clip from Lost Worlds
Neil Oliver visits Butser Ancient Farm in England and demonstrates Iron Age agricultural technologies, including ploughs, storage pits and quern stones.

Neil Oliver visits Butser Ancient Farm in England and demonstrates Iron Age agricultural technologies, including ploughs, storage pits and quern stones.

Fraser overturns White Australia policy
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Fraser overturns White Australia policy

Malcolm Fraser overturns White Australia policy by accepting Vietnamese refugees to Australia.

Malcolm Fraser overturns White Australia policy by accepting Vietnamese refugees to Australia.

Culturing pearls at Cygnet Bay
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Culturing pearls at Cygnet Bay

Clip from Coast Australia
Neil Oliver visits the Buccaneer Archipelago to learn how Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm cultivates and harvests pearls.

Neil Oliver visits the Buccaneer Archipelago to learn how Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm cultivates and harvests pearls.

The Roman ballista bolt thrower
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The Roman ballista bolt thrower

Clip from Lost Worlds
Neil Oliver demonstrates the use of ballistae, the bolt throwers the Celts faced as the Romans sought to conquer Britain in the first century BC.

Neil Oliver demonstrates the use of ballistae, the bolt throwers the Celts faced as the Romans sought to conquer Britain in the first century BC.

A trip to the beach
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A trip to the beach

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A Chinese immigrant in England goes for a trip to the beach as an opportunity to learn more English.

A Chinese immigrant in England goes for a trip to the beach as an opportunity to learn more English.

The power of body language
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The power of body language

Verbally is not the only way humans communicate. Professor Robert Winston takes a look at the power of body language and the effect it can have on the people you are ...

Verbally is not the only way humans communicate. Professor Robert Winston takes a look at the power of body language and the effect it can have on the people you are interacting with.

Frontline, satire and the media
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Frontline, satire and the media

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This video has closed captioning
Stop Laughing ... This is Serious assesses the place of the classic 1990s Australian satire, Frontline, in Australian comedy history.

Stop Laughing ... This is Serious assesses the place of the classic 1990s Australian satire, Frontline, in Australian comedy history.

Totally Wild: Men's Gymnastics
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Totally Wild: Men's Gymnastics

Clip from Totally Wild
Interested in the Men's Artistic Gymnastics? Fly through this five-minute clip and learn the basics of the still rings, the pommel horse, power tumbling, parallel bars and ...

Interested in the Men's Artistic Gymnastics? Fly through this five-minute clip and learn the basics of the still rings, the pommel horse, power tumbling, parallel bars and horizontal bars. Although power tumbling is not an Olympic sport, men and women practice the many of the techniques during the floor exercises.

The reason behind Marie Antoinette's early nickname
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The reason behind Marie Antoinette's early nickname

Historians describe the reason Marie Antoinette was dubbed Madame Deficit by the French press and people.

Historians describe the reason Marie Antoinette was dubbed Madame Deficit by the French press and people.

The push for dechristianisation during the French Revolution
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The push for dechristianisation during the French Revolution

Jacques Hébert becomes a leading voice in calls for the dechristianisation in France.

Jacques Hébert becomes a leading voice in calls for the dechristianisation in France.

France's "national razor"
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France's "national razor"

The guillotine, introduced to France in 1789 by Joseph-Ignace Guillotin, became France's preferred method of execution until the abolishment of capital punishment in 1981.

The guillotine, introduced to France in 1789 by Joseph-Ignace Guillotin, became France's preferred method of execution until the abolishment of capital punishment in 1981.

Pre-Revolutionary France's Ancien Régime
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Pre-Revolutionary France's Ancien Régime

Historians describe France's Ancien Régime system prior to the French Revolution.

Historians describe France's Ancien Régime system prior to the French Revolution.

Family Rules
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Family Rules

Season 1  |  Episode 4  |  NITV  |  January 16, 2017
For 19-year-old Sharna, moving out of home means her sisters won't touch her stuff - or at least that's the plan.

For 19-year-old Sharna, moving out of home means her sisters won't touch her stuff - or at least that's the plan.

Female Fighters of Kurdistan
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Female Fighters of Kurdistan

SBS VICELAND  |  February 5, 2017
Few things unsettle the male mind like a lady in arms. The Kurds of northern Iraq have long recognised this principle and incorporated it into their quest to build a Kurdish ...

Few things unsettle the male mind like a lady in arms. The Kurds of northern Iraq have long recognised this principle and incorporated it into their quest to build a Kurdish homeland in the overlap between Iraq, Iran, Turkey and Syria. Fighting alongside their male comrades in a region not exactly known for its progressive stance on women's rights, the female Peshmerga guerrillas of the Kurdish Liberation movement built a reputation for themselves in the '70s and '80s. This documentary shines a light on the youngest of these new Kurdish guerrilla groups, PJAK, the Free Life for Kurdistan Party, to see how their female fighters are helping their people draft a definitive answer to the Kurdish Question that's vexed Middle Eastern politics for the last century.

Obama: Eight Years of Power
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Obama: Eight Years of Power

Episode 1  |  SBS  |  January 12, 2017
Barack Obama came to office arousing more enthusiasm world-wide than any previous American president. He promised to close Guantanamo. Why is it still open? He ordered the ...

Barack Obama came to office arousing more enthusiasm world-wide than any previous American president. He promised to close Guantanamo. Why is it still open? He ordered the operation to kill Osama bin Laden. What risks made him pause? In his speeches he promised to restore America's moral standing in the world. Why did he then authorise more extrajudicial executions by drone than George W. Bush? He succeeded in passing a national health care law. Why did the opponents of this reform bring the US to the edge of default in an effort to stop it?

Weediquette
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Weediquette: Stoned Moms

Season 1  |  Episode 6  |  SBS VICELAND  |  January 19, 2017
Host Krishna Andavolu brings an all American mum to Colorado to be stoned and dined by some very curious pot entrepreneurs. What can the marijuana industry do to convince ...

Host Krishna Andavolu brings an all American mum to Colorado to be stoned and dined by some very curious pot entrepreneurs. What can the marijuana industry do to convince soccer mums that puffing on a joint is akin to sipping on chardonnay?

Tribal Scent
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Tribal Scent

NITV  |  January 29, 2017
The story of sustainability and science through two parallel narrative arcs. The endangered Sandalwood species in the deserts of Western Australia and the sustainability of ...

The story of sustainability and science through two parallel narrative arcs. The endangered Sandalwood species in the deserts of Western Australia and the sustainability of the French perfume industry.

So You Think You'd Survive?
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So You Think You'd Survive?: Rip Currents And Lightning

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  Discovery Science  |  October 9, 2016
What would you do if a volcano erupts in front of you? How would survive a deadly rip current?

What would you do if a volcano erupts in front of you? How would survive a deadly rip current?

This Is Me
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This Is Me: Big Dreams

ABC ME  |  February 6, 2017
This is Me showcases children in an entertaining factual short-from format, as young Australians share their thoughts about their life, friends and family.

This is Me showcases children in an entertaining factual short-from format, as young Australians share their thoughts about their life, friends and family.

Grand Designs: House of the Year
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Grand Designs: House of the Year

Season 2  |  Episode 1  |  Lifestyle Channel  |  January 26, 2017
Join Kevin McCloud and a selection of guest reporters, as they explore some of Britain's most contemporary and cutting edge homes, revealing how they were built and why they ...

Join Kevin McCloud and a selection of guest reporters, as they explore some of Britain's most contemporary and cutting edge homes, revealing how they were built and why they are considered some of the best new architecture in the country.

Totally Wild
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Totally Wild

Season 22  |  Episode 119  |  ELEVEN  |  January 10, 2017
Seamus is trying some jet boots on for size as he goes flyboarding, Alex is finding out what gives ice-cream its vanilla flavour and Stacey's checking out an extreme ...

Seamus is trying some jet boots on for size as he goes flyboarding, Alex is finding out what gives ice-cream its vanilla flavour and Stacey's checking out an extreme equestrian sport.

World War One Through Arab Eyes
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World War One Through Arab Eyes

Al Jazeera English  |  January 13, 2017
The story of the secret Sykes-Picot agreement between Britain and France and the way it shaped the Middle East in the twentieth century and beyond.

The story of the secret Sykes-Picot agreement between Britain and France and the way it shaped the Middle East in the twentieth century and beyond.

Family Rules
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Family Rules

Season 1  |  Episode 5  |  NITV  |  January 17, 2017
Jessica considers going into modelling and gets guidance from her big sister Shenika about a career in high heels.

Jessica considers going into modelling and gets guidance from her big sister Shenika about a career in high heels.

Superpower India? Booming Bangalore
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Superpower India? Booming Bangalore

ABC ME  |  February 7, 2017
This program takes the city of Bangalore, known as the Silicon Valley of India, and asks what are the causes of its success - including the role of education, globalisation ...

This program takes the city of Bangalore, known as the Silicon Valley of India, and asks what are the causes of its success - including the role of education, globalisation and government de-regulation?

How to Build a Human
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How to Build a Human

ABC2 Kids  |  January 18, 2017
Gemma Chan, the star of critically acclaimed drama series Humans, explores the frontiers of innovative research into artificial intelligence and builds an AI version of herself.

Gemma Chan, the star of critically acclaimed drama series Humans, explores the frontiers of innovative research into artificial intelligence and builds an AI version of herself.

My Brain Made Me Do It
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My Brain Made Me Do It

SBS  |  January 24, 2017
This enlightening documentary explores the biology of the brain and why some people can't stop themselves from committing harmful or criminal acts. Neuroscientists are ...

This enlightening documentary explores the biology of the brain and why some people can't stop themselves from committing harmful or criminal acts. Neuroscientists are generating ground-breaking research that sheds light on why some people can't control their criminal behaviour. Featuring lead scientist David Eagleman, this program challenges the most fundamental beliefs about crime, punishment and free will.

Weediquette
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Weediquette: Going Legit

Season 1  |  Episode 5  |  SBS VICELAND  |  January 18, 2017
Krishna investigates why the original black market dealers and growers of Atlanta and Oakland haven't broken through into today's legitimate weed world.

Krishna investigates why the original black market dealers and growers of Atlanta and Oakland haven't broken through into today's legitimate weed world.

Dawn of Humanity
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Dawn of Humanity

National Geographic  |  January 15, 2017
Deep in a South African cave, an astounding discovery reveals clues to what made us human. Join a treacherous descent into this cave of spectacular and enigmatic finds, and ...

Deep in a South African cave, an astounding discovery reveals clues to what made us human. Join a treacherous descent into this cave of spectacular and enigmatic finds, and discover their startling implications for the epic tale of evolution.

Investigation
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Investigation

Al Jazeera English  |  January 14, 2017
This undercover investigation looks at how pro-Israeli activists and movements are trying to take down British politicians who don't tow a pro-Israeli line.

This undercover investigation looks at how pro-Israeli activists and movements are trying to take down British politicians who don't tow a pro-Israeli line.

Food, Booze And Tattoos
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Food, Booze And Tattoos: Cape Town 2

Season 1  |  Episode 10  |  SBS2  |  October 22, 2016
Brett begins the next leg of his Cape Town journey with Wayne from Buffalo Ridge. Wayne's love for great cheeses sent him down a path of the art of making mozzarella from ...

Brett begins the next leg of his Cape Town journey with Wayne from Buffalo Ridge. Wayne's love for great cheeses sent him down a path of the art of making mozzarella from buffalo's milk, and the results are mind-blowing. As a perfect pairing, Brett meets Marc from Boekenhoutskloof. They discuss the ethos behind the making of his low-cost, but delicious wine, Wolftrap and compares it with his high-end and equally successful label, Chocolate block. Brett concludes his journey with an eye and key tattoo from arguably the best black and grey tattoo artist in the country, Tamar at Body Architects.

So You Think You'd Survive?
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So You Think You'd Survive?: Avalanches And Jellyfish

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  Discovery Science  |  October 16, 2016
Could you survive the crush of a massive avalanche? Or save yourself from the vicious sting of a jellyfish?

Could you survive the crush of a massive avalanche? Or save yourself from the vicious sting of a jellyfish?

For the Love of Meat With Matthew Evans
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For the Love of Meat With Matthew Evans

Episode 1  |  SBS  |  October 20, 2016
Ex-chef, food critic and Gourmet Farmer Matthew Evans pulls apart Australia's love affair with meat and investigates what this carnivorous enthusiasm is doing to our health, ...

Ex-chef, food critic and Gourmet Farmer Matthew Evans pulls apart Australia's love affair with meat and investigates what this carnivorous enthusiasm is doing to our health, the animals that we eat, and to the planet. He's not out to stop people eating meat. He wants to connect the average person to the animals they eat so they can better know where their meat comes from, from the paddock to the supermarket shelf, all the way to their dinner plate. In this episode, Matthew visits several farms to try and better understand the conditions under which our chicken is produced. (Class. tba)

Ross Kemp: The Fight Against ISIS
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Ross Kemp: The Fight Against ISIS

ABC2 Kids  |  October 17, 2016
Ross Kemp heads to Iraq and Syria, where he follows Kurdish forces in their fight against Islamist rebels, and comes face to face with ISIS jihadists.

Ross Kemp heads to Iraq and Syria, where he follows Kurdish forces in their fight against Islamist rebels, and comes face to face with ISIS jihadists.

Hidden Britain By Drone
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Hidden Britain By Drone

Episode 1  |  SBS  |  October 19, 2016
We all think we know Britain, but wherever you turn there are places you're not allowed to see. Places that are hidden from view, their secrets shielded by high walls and ...

We all think we know Britain, but wherever you turn there are places you're not allowed to see. Places that are hidden from view, their secrets shielded by high walls and heavy gates. No public access allowed. Until now. This series, presented by Sir Tony Robinson, uses the latest drone technology to see our islands in a completely different way. Tony will dispatch flying cameras to the far reaches of the country, swooping into billionaire's private estates, snooping on military manoeuvres and going over no entry signs and barbed wire fences. In this episode, the drones fly through a forest with a deadly secret, across Britain's newest piece of land and into the hidden stately pile of an unconventional aristocrat.

Totally Wild
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Totally Wild: ONE Offs

Season 24  |  Episode 17  |  ELEVEN  |  October 18, 2016
It's the best of everything on today's show from volleyball to racing cars, cockatoos and kites. We even spot a spider that hasn't been seen for 130 years.

It's the best of everything on today's show from volleyball to racing cars, cockatoos and kites. We even spot a spider that hasn't been seen for 130 years.

My Amazing Twin
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My Amazing Twin

SBS  |  January 17, 2017
Despite being identical twins, Adam and Neil Pearson look completely different. By conventional genetics, that should be impossible. But they share the faulty NF-1 gene, which ...

Despite being identical twins, Adam and Neil Pearson look completely different. By conventional genetics, that should be impossible. But they share the faulty NF-1 gene, which for Adam caused uncontrolled tumours to grow on his face. For Neil, the gene caused short-term memory loss. In this powerful and personal film, Adam and Neil find out why their condition has affected them in such different ways. It's a journey that takes them back to the moment they separated in the womb, their experiences during childhood, through to their diets, in the search for the trigger that made them so different.

The Birth of Empire: The East India Company
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The Birth of Empire: The East India Company

Episode 1  |  The History Channel  |  February 4, 2017
When giants rise and fall. This revelatory series reveals how the behemoth that was the East India Company grew into an imperial power, and became the hotbed of corruption and ...

When giants rise and fall. This revelatory series reveals how the behemoth that was the East India Company grew into an imperial power, and became the hotbed of corruption and greed that led to its downfall. Over the past 10 years, India and China have been among the fastest growing economies in the world. But at one time England controlled India, helping to create its major cities, and was heavily invested in China, It was England's economy and trade that dwarfed others. And it was all in the hands of the first and greatest multi-national company: the behemoth that was the East India Company. On the ground in India, Dan Snow sets out to discover the motives of those who set up the company at the beginning of the 17th-century. How did it grow into an Imperial power? What influence and impact did the Company have on the globe? A hotbed of corruption and greed, and responsible for the deaths of over one million people, just how did the Company manage to attain such power and what led to its explosive decline?

Hitler's Secrets
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Hitler's Secrets: The Downfall

Season 1  |  Episode 6  |  SBS  |  February 11, 2017
This episode explores Hitler's mental and physical decline as he is forced to confront the endgame of inevitable defeat. When the Fuhrer miraculously survives an assassination ...

This episode explores Hitler's mental and physical decline as he is forced to confront the endgame of inevitable defeat. When the Fuhrer miraculously survives an assassination attempt, his lust for vengeance triggers an unequalled reign of terror. His military gambles prove disastrous and accelerate his downfall. As the Army refuses to counterattack and his closest allies turn against him, Hitler finally accepts the inevitable. In the depths of his Fuhrer bunker in Berlin, he rewards his hidden mistress of 13 years with marriage. Less than 40 hours later asks his valet for his gun and pulls the trigger.

Weediquette
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Weediquette: Search and Seizure

Season 2  |  Episode 7  |  SBS VICELAND  |  January 25, 2017
Even though medical pot is legal in Michigan, weed arrests are up and cops raid mum and pop caregivers on minor technicalities in order to seize and sell their most valuable stuff.

Even though medical pot is legal in Michigan, weed arrests are up and cops raid mum and pop caregivers on minor technicalities in order to seize and sell their most valuable stuff.

OJ: Made In America
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OJ: Made In America

NITV  |  January 18, 2017
A celebration of both the unifying power of music and pursuit of the American dream, Made in America is an all-access backstage pass to the one-of-a-kind festival, created by ...

A celebration of both the unifying power of music and pursuit of the American dream, Made in America is an all-access backstage pass to the one-of-a-kind festival, created by rap superstar Jay Z.

Totally Wild
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Totally Wild: January 22, 2016

ELEVEN  |  January 21, 2016
We're heading to the beach to get some tips on how to create sandy masterpieces. We're also kicking around with some futsal superstars and meeting some bald, but cute Macaw chicks.

We're heading to the beach to get some tips on how to create sandy masterpieces. We're also kicking around with some futsal superstars and meeting some bald, but cute Macaw chicks.

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