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Totally Wild
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Totally Wild

Season 25  |  Episode 144  |  10 Peach  |  December 11, 2018
This program takes to the sky as we barrel roll, love heart and loop the loop with the Royal Australian Air Force Roulettes - all that and we learn to say "I love you", ...

This program takes to the sky as we barrel roll, love heart and loop the loop with the Royal Australian Air Force Roulettes - all that and we learn to say "I love you", penguin style. Don't miss it!

Totally Wild
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Totally Wild

Season 25  |  Episode 75  |  ELEVEN  |  July 13, 2018
This episode is jam-packed with action. We take a ride with the professional water police, and discover how to become a top-notch gymnastics coach. Plus, we get the buzz on ...

This episode is jam-packed with action. We take a ride with the professional water police, and discover how to become a top-notch gymnastics coach. Plus, we get the buzz on sustainable farming.

Totally Wild
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Totally Wild

Season 25  |  Episode 103  |  ELEVEN  |  September 12, 2018
We a meet a model dog bound for the catwalk, go head-to-head with a wakeboard champion, and take on the challenge of counting every fish in the aquarium.

We a meet a model dog bound for the catwalk, go head-to-head with a wakeboard champion, and take on the challenge of counting every fish in the aquarium.

Fleming: The Man Who Would Be Bond
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Fleming: The Man Who Would Be Bond

Episode 2  |  ABC  |  October 1, 2016
Bond creator Ian Fleming finds France gripped by panic as the Nazis advance, but his ingenuity saves hundreds of lives. Back in London he discovers there was one life he ...

Bond creator Ian Fleming finds France gripped by panic as the Nazis advance, but his ingenuity saves hundreds of lives. Back in London he discovers there was one life he couldn't save.

Totally Wild
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Totally Wild: Monkey Around

Season 24  |  Episode 26  |  ELEVEN  |  November 8, 2016
It's all fun and games today as we monkey around the zoo, join the circus, and climb the walls. Join the adventure!

It's all fun and games today as we monkey around the zoo, join the circus, and climb the walls. Join the adventure!

A journey across the suburbs of Western Sydney to ask: "What do you believe?" People from ten different faiths wrestle with some big questions inside their homes, prayer ...

A journey across the suburbs of Western Sydney to ask: "What do you believe?" People from ten different faiths wrestle with some big questions inside their homes, prayer houses and sometimes, from the back seat of a taxi.

Bon appetit: Gerard Depardieu's Europe
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Bon appetit: Gerard Depardieu's Europe: Scotland

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  SBS  |  December 10, 2016
Gerard Depardieu and Laurent Audiot take us to Scotland to meet Keith, breeder of cows, close to the island of St Kilda, then they taste huge langoustines in Elgol and arrive ...

Gerard Depardieu and Laurent Audiot take us to Scotland to meet Keith, breeder of cows, close to the island of St Kilda, then they taste huge langoustines in Elgol and arrive to the pub Eilean Larmain to discover some Scottish whiskey. Their journey ends in the house of the Scottish writer Philip Kerr.

Any comfy views you have about your personal security, privacy and safety are about to be seriously challenged. Foreign Correspondent sounds the alarm on the swarms of private ...

Any comfy views you have about your personal security, privacy and safety are about to be seriously challenged. Foreign Correspondent sounds the alarm on the swarms of private and government drones gathering in American skies and surely bound for the rest of the world. Live streaming cameras and the ability to carry other payloads. Tens of thousands of them. But who's at the controls? Police, immigration patrols, journalists, protesters, paparazzi?

Planet Earth
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Planet Earth: Caves

Season 1  |  Episode 4  |  ABC  |  March 6, 2011
This week, Planet Earth probes the mysterious, perpetual darkness to reveal the unknown, underground world of caves, caverns and tunnels. Narrated by David Attenborough.

This week, Planet Earth probes the mysterious, perpetual darkness to reveal the unknown, underground world of caves, caverns and tunnels. Narrated by David Attenborough.

Anatomy is a multi-award winning series of documentaries which explore themes of identity and the human body in the creative process. Brain is an intimate and moving ...

Anatomy is a multi-award winning series of documentaries which explore themes of identity and the human body in the creative process. Brain is an intimate and moving documentary that follows the inspiring story of artist and poet, Jamie Daddo and his relationship with his identical twin brother, TV presenter Andrew Daddo.

Wainwright Walks
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Wainwright Walks: Catbells

Season 2  |  Episode 2  |  SBS  |  March 25, 2013
The beautiful outline of Catbells is familiar to all who visit Derwent Water and the Lakeland town of Keswick. By boat and by foot, Julia Bradbury sets out to discover the ...

The beautiful outline of Catbells is familiar to all who visit Derwent Water and the Lakeland town of Keswick. By boat and by foot, Julia Bradbury sets out to discover the secrets of a classic fell climb for all the family.

Life Story
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Life Story: Growing Up

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  Nine  |  September 9, 2015
Alone for the first time, the animals must face the dangers and challenges of the grown-up world. Only by learning how it fits into its environment can an animal move on to ...

Alone for the first time, the animals must face the dangers and challenges of the grown-up world. Only by learning how it fits into its environment can an animal move on to the next stage in its life.

Portrait of a City
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Portrait of a City: Paris

Season 1  |  Episode 5  |  SBS  |  November 21, 2013
Mention Paris and for most people, their immediate thoughts will be of romance. From moonlit walks along the River Seine to the iconic landmarks of the Eiffel Tower, Arc de ...

Mention Paris and for most people, their immediate thoughts will be of romance. From moonlit walks along the River Seine to the iconic landmarks of the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe and even the more recent addition of the glass pyramid at the Louvre, Paris truly is a city of light, shining brightly for all who come here.

Britney travels across the Mediterranean where she encounters a fearsome goddess who controlled life and death. She ends up in modern day India, where the goddess is still a ...

Britney travels across the Mediterranean where she encounters a fearsome goddess who controlled life and death. She ends up in modern day India, where the goddess is still a powerful force for thousands of Hindus.

Roger Law was a creator of the highly-successful UK puppet show Spitting Image which ran for 13 years before he deported himself to Australia in 1996 to explore his remaining ...

Roger Law was a creator of the highly-successful UK puppet show Spitting Image which ran for 13 years before he deported himself to Australia in 1996 to explore his remaining artistic talent. He underwent a journey of renewal in the bush that ultimately led him to China.

Investigating the power of the human mind, Tachyon looks into the possibility that people have the ability to control objects, other people, or ourselves with the power of ...

Investigating the power of the human mind, Tachyon looks into the possibility that people have the ability to control objects, other people, or ourselves with the power of thoughts alone.

Brainbuzz
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Brainbuzz: Household Science

Season 1  |  Episode 46  |  9Go!  |  April 23, 2018
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How does my TV work? Kellyn, resident scientist Clare and the crew are joined by the man who invented the toilet to answer all your questions about household science.

How does my TV work? Kellyn, resident scientist Clare and the crew are joined by the man who invented the toilet to answer all your questions about household science.

A high-energy, fun way for upper primary and secondary students to learn about current issues and events in their world. Each program is built around major news stories of the ...

A high-energy, fun way for upper primary and secondary students to learn about current issues and events in their world. Each program is built around major news stories of the week.

A leader of debatable legacy, Suharto led Indonesia into a 'golden age' and made the country into one of the most prosperous in Asia. By 1998 though, his regime is widely ...

A leader of debatable legacy, Suharto led Indonesia into a 'golden age' and made the country into one of the most prosperous in Asia. By 1998 though, his regime is widely condemned for its corruption resulting in blood on the streets and his resignation.

Stories include, 'Will this move save smaller shops from the big supermarkets?', '"Budget emergency" pares back PM's planned parental leave payment', 'American basketball's ...

Stories include, 'Will this move save smaller shops from the big supermarkets?', '"Budget emergency" pares back PM's planned parental leave payment', 'American basketball's racist row brings record punishment' and 'Breaking Bad's brains reveals surprising side'.

Stories include, 'Tories pressured over relationship with Murdochs', 'Rupert Murdoch faces Leveson Inquiry', 'Australians remember fallen diggers', '1 in 10 Australian adult ...

Stories include, 'Tories pressured over relationship with Murdochs', 'Rupert Murdoch faces Leveson Inquiry', 'Australians remember fallen diggers', '1 in 10 Australian adult males lost during WWI', 'Historian discusses lost generation of Australians', 'Security Council seat at risk over deportation stoush', 'Britain slides back into technical recession' and 'Mad cow disease found in US beef'.

Stories include, 'Bali braces for terror threat on bombing anniversary', 'Facebook pages reveal not so social media', 'Julie Bishop reflects on politics and accusations', ...

Stories include, 'Bali braces for terror threat on bombing anniversary', 'Facebook pages reveal not so social media', 'Julie Bishop reflects on politics and accusations', 'Cover up claims prompt Church abuse Royal Commission call', 'A week that had everything, with Clarke and Dawe'.

Stories include, 'Renewable energy target review says 'Australia closed for business' accuses agency head', 'Have Australians been manipulated over the purchase of new fighter ...

Stories include, 'Renewable energy target review says 'Australia closed for business' accuses agency head', 'Have Australians been manipulated over the purchase of new fighter jets?', '"I haven't walked away from the DLP's true ethos" says Senator John Madigan' and 'From gangs to corporations - the new face of Japan's Yakuza'.

The story, 'Shock wave', investigates the devastation in Japan after the 8.9 earthquake and tsunami. The story, 'Wiped clean', details Nicole Caird and Claire Robertson's ...

The story, 'Shock wave', investigates the devastation in Japan after the 8.9 earthquake and tsunami. The story, 'Wiped clean', details Nicole Caird and Claire Robertson's experience with herpes encephalitis. The story, 'The beauty factory', examines the obsession with beauty pageants in countries like Venezuela.

With France becoming the first European country to outlaw full-face Islamic veils, the politician who introduced the bill explains his actions to Insight's audience, including ...

With France becoming the first European country to outlaw full-face Islamic veils, the politician who introduced the bill explains his actions to Insight's audience, including Australian Muslim women who choose to cover their faces. Will this ban further inflame tensions between Islam and the West? And do Australians want to see a similar law here?

Stories include, 'Manus Island unrest gets party political', 'Witness reveals story behind Manus Island violence', 'Two hours that changed Ukraine's history' and 'Veteran ...

Stories include, 'Manus Island unrest gets party political', 'Witness reveals story behind Manus Island violence', 'Two hours that changed Ukraine's history' and 'Veteran surfer reveals sexual seachange'.

The Gruen Transfer
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The Gruen Transfer

Season 4  |  Episode 7  |  ABC  |  September 14, 2011
Important topics in this episode include the doubtful accuracy of persuasive lists and 'scientific' claims offered in ads, and why the magic word in advertising is 'because'. ...

Important topics in this episode include the doubtful accuracy of persuasive lists and 'scientific' claims offered in ads, and why the magic word in advertising is 'because'. As well we examine the reasons advertisers are moving from traditional forms of advertising into participatory online gaming. One of the fundamental purposes of advertising is also revisited: how to change people's behaviour so that what we want to do and what marketers want us to do happily coincides.

Joyce Talks Up Need for Coal Former deputy prime minister Barnaby Joyce explains why he thinks we need to back coal to reduce power prices. Martin Luther King's Daughter Says ...

Joyce Talks Up Need for Coal Former deputy prime minister Barnaby Joyce explains why he thinks we need to back coal to reduce power prices. Martin Luther King's Daughter Says His Teaching Remains Relevant Today On the 50th anniversary of his assassination, Martin Luther King's daughter, Dr Bernice King, tells 7.30 his teaching are still relevant today. Debate About Australia's Energy Future Heats Up Again With a group of Coalition MPs forming the Monash Forum to lobby for coal and Alinta expressing interest in buying the Liddell power station from AGL, which had scheduled its closure, the energy debate is firmly back on the agenda. Aged Care Home Fails Inspection Two Months Before Septicaemia Death Just two months after it failed an unannounced government inspection, a resident at the Pioneer Lodge aged care facility in Bundaberg died of septicaemia, despite the woman's daughter warning staff to watch for her. But the company rejects any suggestions its staff played any part in the woman's death.

With guests Stephen Fry and Steve Price, plus guest hosts Hugh Riminton and Jennifer Byrne, and stories on primary school starting age, PrEP treatment for AIDS, attitudes to ...

With guests Stephen Fry and Steve Price, plus guest hosts Hugh Riminton and Jennifer Byrne, and stories on primary school starting age, PrEP treatment for AIDS, attitudes to climate change, and billions of flies.

With guest Margaret Pomeranz, plus guest hosts Gorgi Coghlan and Meshel Laurie, and stories on the ongoing Adam Goodes uproar, our spate of shark attacks, the truth of online ...

With guest Margaret Pomeranz, plus guest hosts Gorgi Coghlan and Meshel Laurie, and stories on the ongoing Adam Goodes uproar, our spate of shark attacks, the truth of online reviews and we send Joel Creasey behind the scenes of the Spelling Bee!

In tonight's dessert themed episode of Recipe to Riches, it is a competition between a toffee date cake, peanut butter and caramel popcorn icecream and dessert spring rolls. ...

In tonight's dessert themed episode of Recipe to Riches, it is a competition between a toffee date cake, peanut butter and caramel popcorn icecream and dessert spring rolls. Which will win?

This week on Talking Heads, Peter Thompson talks to Posie Graeme-Evans, creator of the smash hit TV shows McLeod's Daughters and Hi-5, which can now be seen around the world. ...

This week on Talking Heads, Peter Thompson talks to Posie Graeme-Evans, creator of the smash hit TV shows McLeod's Daughters and Hi-5, which can now be seen around the world. Her medieval romance novels are best sellers. In one sense she lives in a fantasy world, dreaming up stories, but to sell those ideas she's had to become a formidable wheeler-dealer.

Jennifer Byrne Presents is a series of individual treats for lovers of books and writing. In this episode, Jennifer is joined by special guests; Andrea Goldsmith, Mark Colvin, ...

Jennifer Byrne Presents is a series of individual treats for lovers of books and writing. In this episode, Jennifer is joined by special guests; Andrea Goldsmith, Mark Colvin, Toby Schmitz and Posie Graeme Evans to discuss the all important genre of Love.

The Romantics
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The Romantics: Nature

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  ABC2  |  February 20, 2011
The Romantics were fascinated by the power of wild nature. But as industry and science sought to harness that same power, the ideas of the child, nature and scientific ...

The Romantics were fascinated by the power of wild nature. But as industry and science sought to harness that same power, the ideas of the child, nature and scientific progress would collide in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. A Romantic manifesto, the novel declares that children are sacred and need unconditional love. It also warns that nature is not to be trifled with or corrupted by science.

When Judith discovered yoga, it literally changed her life. But is it just a cool way to get fit, or a genuine path to spiritual enlightenment? For answers, she gets cross ...

When Judith discovered yoga, it literally changed her life. But is it just a cool way to get fit, or a genuine path to spiritual enlightenment? For answers, she gets cross legged with a man who drives an orange kombi with the number plates 'OMMMM' - university lecturer, swami and yogi Phil Stevens, and pays a visit to her guru, Shandor Remete, the Adelaide based, Hungarian born founder of Shadow Yoga.

What have the Seven Deadly Sins morphed into today? Are they really so deadly? Are you guilty of any of them? And how have they been represented in art and literature? Join ...

What have the Seven Deadly Sins morphed into today? Are they really so deadly? Are you guilty of any of them? And how have they been represented in art and literature? Join Jennifer Byrne and her panel of esteemed guests for a sinfully good seven weeks' viewing of deadly sins.

Over 9,000 years ago agriculture started in different parts of the planet: the Middle East, China and greater Australia in the Highlands of New Guinea, still then attached to ...

Over 9,000 years ago agriculture started in different parts of the planet: the Middle East, China and greater Australia in the Highlands of New Guinea, still then attached to the mainland. As seas rose, agriculture spread to the Torres Strait Islands but on mainland Australia people rejected it.

Most well known as author of the best selling Eat, Pray, Love, Elizabeth Gilbert chats with Jennifer Byrne about life after a literary smash hit, writing and her forthcoming ...

Most well known as author of the best selling Eat, Pray, Love, Elizabeth Gilbert chats with Jennifer Byrne about life after a literary smash hit, writing and her forthcoming new release, The Signature of All Things.

Daniel Browning Smith meets a man with super strong hands; an ultimate superhuman; a woman with a super loud voice and a man with super autobiographical memory.

Daniel Browning Smith meets a man with super strong hands; an ultimate superhuman; a woman with a super loud voice and a man with super autobiographical memory.

Daniel Browning Smith meets a man who can hold his breath for over 20 minutes; a man who can see using his mind, even though he was born blind; a human magnet; and a man with ...

Daniel Browning Smith meets a man who can hold his breath for over 20 minutes; a man who can see using his mind, even though he was born blind; a human magnet; and a man with the ability to insert deadly objects into his nose.

Chatline: Your Week In Review Now it's time to hear what you had to say about some of Lateline's major stories this week. Here's Jamie Cummins with Chatline. Could A Robot ...

Chatline: Your Week In Review Now it's time to hear what you had to say about some of Lateline's major stories this week. Here's Jamie Cummins with Chatline. Could A Robot Become The Next Pablo Picasso? This week we looked at the increasing role of artifical intelligence in society. But can a machine ever be imaginative or creative? Lateline's Tierney Bonini reports. Late Debate: Arthur Sinodinos and Jim Chalmers David Lipson speaks to industry, innovation and science minister Arthur Sinodinos and shadow finance minister Jim Chalmers about the escalation in tensions between North Korea and the US, the upcoming same-sex marriage plebiscite and Lateline's AI week.

Screen Time
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Screen Time

Episode 2  |  ABC  |  October 24, 2017
Binging, streaming, surfing, or just settling down with a bucket of popcorn in front of a good old-fashioned cinema screen. Host Chris Taylor helps guide you through the ...

Binging, streaming, surfing, or just settling down with a bucket of popcorn in front of a good old-fashioned cinema screen. Host Chris Taylor helps guide you through the choices of what screen content to watch, and where.

Steve Smith Breaks Down As He Says Sorry For Ball Tampering Former cricket captain Steve Smith breaks down when discussing the impact his actions have had on his parents. ...

Steve Smith Breaks Down As He Says Sorry For Ball Tampering Former cricket captain Steve Smith breaks down when discussing the impact his actions have had on his parents. Calls to Regulate Placenta Encapsulation There are calls to regulate the placenta encapsulation industry in Australia after a newborn baby in the US contracted a deadly blood infection linked to its mother taking the pills last year. How Communities Recover After Flood One year ago, many homes and businesses were under water in the Northern Rivers region of NSW. Since then, researchers have carried out an in-depth survey to scientifically assess how the community has recovered from the flood. Millions of Jobs in China at Risk Due to Threat of Trade War China has long been known as the world's factory, but millions of jobs in its manufacturing heartland are at risk due to Donald Trump's threat of a trade war. Research Sheds Light on Superannuation Problem for Many Women Women in their late fifties are 50 percent more likely than men to find themselves with next to nothing for their retirement, new research has found.

This series uncovers the truth behind some of the most fabulous, romantic and deranged treasure hunts in modern history. The Book of Thoth, said to have been written by the ...

This series uncovers the truth behind some of the most fabulous, romantic and deranged treasure hunts in modern history. The Book of Thoth, said to have been written by the Egyptian god himself, which apparently provides the wisdom behind the Tarot and is said to have inspired early Freemasons. It is also suggested its ethos was adopted by the 'flower power' generation, and embodied in the rock and roll music of the 1960s. However, archaeologists are becoming increasingly doubtful the volume ever existed.

The Wild West
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The Wild West: Custer's Last Stand

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  ABC  |  December 29, 2010
Classification: Mature Classification: Mature
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The American Wild West has proved a fertile ground for stories of heroism and triumph over adversity. It was a time of notorious outlaws, gunfighters turned sheriffs and ...

The American Wild West has proved a fertile ground for stories of heroism and triumph over adversity. It was a time of notorious outlaws, gunfighters turned sheriffs and frontier justice. From the most famous outlaw of them all, Billy The Kid, the rock star General Custer, and the vengeful lawman Wyatt Earp, audiences have been captivated by these legends. But what of the men behind the myths - and the truth? Blending dramatic recreations with the latest archaeological, forensic and ballistic research, this three-part series brings the truth to light.

Jennifer Byrne Presents is a series of individual treats for lovers of books and writing. It features interviews with leading authors, and investigations into the popularity ...

Jennifer Byrne Presents is a series of individual treats for lovers of books and writing. It features interviews with leading authors, and investigations into the popularity of writing genres like crime, sex and romance and fantasy. In this episode, Jennifer and guests embark on a fascinating exploration of one of the most popular writing genres - literary hoaxes.

Frances Daingangan is a 45-year old mother of three who comes from the remote community of Ramingining in North East Arnhem land. Like many young girls, Frances dreamed of ...

Frances Daingangan is a 45-year old mother of three who comes from the remote community of Ramingining in North East Arnhem land. Like many young girls, Frances dreamed of being a movie star - a dream that came true when Rolf de Heer cast her in the lead female role of Nowalingu in Ten Canoes. Her journey from traditional tribal life to red carpets and awards ceremonies is unlike any other.

Randling
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Randling

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  ABC  |  May 16, 2012
Tonight, in the third match of the Randling season, we meet Roget's Ramjets: Silver Logie-winning actor Rob Carlton teaming up with head librarian, Robyn Butler. The Ramjets ...

Tonight, in the third match of the Randling season, we meet Roget's Ramjets: Silver Logie-winning actor Rob Carlton teaming up with head librarian, Robyn Butler. The Ramjets take on The Help, a gentlemanly outfit comprised of former Thank God You're Here winner Angus Sampson and Toby Schmitz, a theatre actor so in demand right now that we had to book him in 2005, five years before we even thought of Randling.

The Gruen Transfer
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The Gruen Transfer

Season 3  |  Episode 9  |  ABC  |  September 8, 2010
Hosted by Wil Anderson, with Todd Sampson and Russel Howcroft, The Gruen Transfer lifts the lid on the business of persuasion. It is fast, furious and funny.

Hosted by Wil Anderson, with Todd Sampson and Russel Howcroft, The Gruen Transfer lifts the lid on the business of persuasion. It is fast, furious and funny.

Host Costa Georgiadis and presenters Clarence Slockee and Josh Byrne visit the Northern Territory and Western Australia in a special episode which celebrates the ways in which ...

Host Costa Georgiadis and presenters Clarence Slockee and Josh Byrne visit the Northern Territory and Western Australia in a special episode which celebrates the ways in which Indigenous people are connected to the land.

Shock Horror Aunty
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Shock Horror Aunty

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  ABC  |  February 6, 2013
Hosted by The Chaser's Craig Reucassel direct from the ABC TV's complaints desk, Shock Horror Aunty shines the spotlight on what generated outrage amongst viewers, the media, ...

Hosted by The Chaser's Craig Reucassel direct from the ABC TV's complaints desk, Shock Horror Aunty shines the spotlight on what generated outrage amongst viewers, the media, or ABC TV management over the last few decades.

This week Daniel Browning Smith is in Vegas to meet Brian Jackson who blows up a hot water bottle until it explodes. Daniel takes Brian to a lung specialist to measure the ...

This week Daniel Browning Smith is in Vegas to meet Brian Jackson who blows up a hot water bottle until it explodes. Daniel takes Brian to a lung specialist to measure the power output and pressure of his lungs.

Small Business Secrets
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Small Business Secrets

Season 1  |  Episode 5  |  SBS  |  August 28, 2016
Take a look at how writing code is becoming a girl thing; see how one woman is forging ahead with her family business in the male-dominated taxi sector; and Mia Freedman ...

Take a look at how writing code is becoming a girl thing; see how one woman is forging ahead with her family business in the male-dominated taxi sector; and Mia Freedman shares how she turned her redundancy into a media empire.

Filmmaker Amiel Courtin-Wilson and actor Uncle Jack Charles talk about their friendship, the impact of their work together, and the way they use art to effect change.

Filmmaker Amiel Courtin-Wilson and actor Uncle Jack Charles talk about their friendship, the impact of their work together, and the way they use art to effect change.

An inter-generational story about how the turban is making a comeback in Australia's Sikh community. Hip hop artist L-Fresh the Lion, activist Sukhjit Kaur Khalsa and ...

An inter-generational story about how the turban is making a comeback in Australia's Sikh community. Hip hop artist L-Fresh the Lion, activist Sukhjit Kaur Khalsa and cricketer Gurinder Sandhu are all embracing their culture.

Wil Anderson, Russel Howcroft and Todd Sampson pick over the good, the bad and the ugly of advertising. They explore the dark arts of branding and spin with a trusty team of ...

Wil Anderson, Russel Howcroft and Todd Sampson pick over the good, the bad and the ugly of advertising. They explore the dark arts of branding and spin with a trusty team of advertising experts, including panellist Dee Madigan.

Can Australia's Dying Car Industry Adapt To Electric Future? As Australia's last car factories close, auto component manufacturers are being encouraged to turn their focus to ...

Can Australia's Dying Car Industry Adapt To Electric Future? As Australia's last car factories close, auto component manufacturers are being encouraged to turn their focus to the fast-developing field of high-tech electric cars. 'Teething Problems' Leave NDIS Users Feeling Let Down Despite high hopes for the NDIS at its rollout 15 months ago, mother-of-two Briana Blackett says her contact with the scheme has been soul destroying and left her family feeling like "they're not worth" the help. What does China's National Congress mean for Australia? Chinese Premier Xi Jinping has been described as the most powerful man in the world, and the National Congress currently underway is only likely to entrench his domestic political power. China expert, Dr Merriden Varrall, discusses the latest developments. Crown Casino Accused Of Tampering With Pokies Former Crown staff have accused the casino of tampering with poker machines, and turning a blind-eye to drug use and domestic violence in the pursuit of profits.

More than 600km long, Hitler's Siegfried Line was one of the greatest fortifications in warfare history. The campaign to breach it took more than six months and cost 140,000 ...

More than 600km long, Hitler's Siegfried Line was one of the greatest fortifications in warfare history. The campaign to breach it took more than six months and cost 140,000 American casualties.

The Real Story Of
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The Real Story Of: Munich

Episode 6  |  The History Channel  |  August 16, 2018
Could what really happened be more intriguing, more thrilling and more revealing than the fiction? Find out as this high-octane documentary reveals the true stories behind ...

Could what really happened be more intriguing, more thrilling and more revealing than the fiction? Find out as this high-octane documentary reveals the true stories behind some of Hollywood's finest movies. Blending dramatic reconstruction with telling archive of actual events, eyewitness testimony and documentary footage, this program unpicks fact from fiction, meeting the people behind these extraordinary events to experience the real drama of the truth. In this episode, learn the true story behind Steven Spielberg's Munich, based on the events that followed Black September's attack at the 1972 Olympic Games.

Join Kellyn, resident scientist Clare, the crew and a cast of historical characters as they brainstorm answers to your questions.

Join Kellyn, resident scientist Clare, the crew and a cast of historical characters as they brainstorm answers to your questions.

The Renaissance marks the end of a fractured church and the emergence of the papacy as a chief patron of art, architecture, music and literature. But cultural advancement is ...

The Renaissance marks the end of a fractured church and the emergence of the papacy as a chief patron of art, architecture, music and literature. But cultural advancement is accompanied by increasing corruption and ambition, as popes acquire temporal power and political influence. With Rodrigo Borgia on the throne of Peter, the papacy reaches a nadir, scandalising people inside and outside the church and planting the seeds of reform.

This documentary series explores the fact that from Google, and Facebook and Wikipedia to the systems of democracy, finance, manufacture and the law; many aspects of modern ...

This documentary series explores the fact that from Google, and Facebook and Wikipedia to the systems of democracy, finance, manufacture and the law; many aspects of modern life owe their existence to a single defining period: the Age of Enlightenment of the 18th century.

Writers On Writing
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Writers On Writing: Work In Progress

Season 1  |  Episode 8  |  ABC  |  November 28, 2013
Creative writing for the stage and music composition are explored in this series. Join the many well-known and newer scribes such as Nick Enright, Thomas Keneally and Fay ...

Creative writing for the stage and music composition are explored in this series. Join the many well-known and newer scribes such as Nick Enright, Thomas Keneally and Fay Weldon sharing their wisdom and experiences.

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