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

Episode 3  |  ABC  |  October 8, 2016
The creator of James Bond, Ian Fleming is in Camp X in Canada to train his Intelligence Commandos and train himself. Col. Stephenson advises that he gives up smoking first.

The creator of James Bond, Ian Fleming is in Camp X in Canada to train his Intelligence Commandos and train himself. Col. Stephenson advises that he gives up smoking first.

After a long campaign to find the skeletal remains of England's most notorious monarch, Richard III, they were eventually discovered under a Leicester council car park in ...

After a long campaign to find the skeletal remains of England's most notorious monarch, Richard III, they were eventually discovered under a Leicester council car park in September 2012 - and finally laid to rest on 26 March 2015. Jon Snow hosts this program which covers Richard's reburial service, attended by members of the royal family, as the king is formally reinterred by the Archbishop of Canterbury at the east end of Leicester Cathedral.

Horrible Histories
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Horrible Histories

Season 4  |  Episode 9  |  ABC ME  |  September 11, 2015
Sketches include: Measly Middle Ages, Vile Victorians, Rotten Romans, Radical Renaissance, Gorgeous Georgians and Groovy Greeks.

Sketches include: Measly Middle Ages, Vile Victorians, Rotten Romans, Radical Renaissance, Gorgeous Georgians and Groovy Greeks.

Daniel Browning Smith meets a speed fanatic rocket blader; a man with a powerful mind; a pain killer and a man who claims to be able to talk at a 'superhuman' speed of 637 ...

Daniel Browning Smith meets a speed fanatic rocket blader; a man with a powerful mind; a pain killer and a man who claims to be able to talk at a 'superhuman' speed of 637 words per minute!

Screen Time
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Screen Time

ABC  |  October 31, 2017
All over the world people are constantly talking about what to watch, from hit TV shows, home grown documentaries to big cut-through movies, or quirky low-budget obscurity ...

All over the world people are constantly talking about what to watch, from hit TV shows, home grown documentaries to big cut-through movies, or quirky low-budget obscurity served up to you by the recommendation algorithms.

Animals are imbued with incredible abilities, like echo-location, super-sight. This time Daniel is on a mission to find four people who claim they have the ability to match ...

Animals are imbued with incredible abilities, like echo-location, super-sight. This time Daniel is on a mission to find four people who claim they have the ability to match nature's super-powered animals. It's man versus beast.

James Valentine presents the latest on art, TV, movies, books, games, apps, festivals, gigs, events, celebrities, theatre and all things showbiz. Get your weekly culture fix ...

James Valentine presents the latest on art, TV, movies, books, games, apps, festivals, gigs, events, celebrities, theatre and all things showbiz. Get your weekly culture fix from the best arts reporters and contributors.

James Valentine presents the latest on the arts, showbiz, culture and entertainment. Get your weekly fix of culture from the best arts reporters and contributors.

James Valentine presents the latest on the arts, showbiz, culture and entertainment. Get your weekly fix of culture from the best arts reporters and contributors.

First Civilisations
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First Civilisations

Episode 1  |  SBS  |  July 8, 2018
How can something as devastating as war help bring about civilisation? Ancient Mesoamerica is the perfect petri dish to examine the process of 'destructive creation'. ...

How can something as devastating as war help bring about civilisation? Ancient Mesoamerica is the perfect petri dish to examine the process of 'destructive creation'. Evolutionary theorist Peter Turchin regards war as a necessary evil. It brought people together in a common cause while stimulating an arms race of technological progress.

Empire Games
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Empire Games: The Aztecs: Clash of Empires

Season 1  |  Episode 6  |  The History Channel  |  July 10, 2018
This series explores the greatest empires in a way that has never been fully investigated. Each episode highlights and exposes the political intrigue, personal vendettas, ...

This series explores the greatest empires in a way that has never been fully investigated. Each episode highlights and exposes the political intrigue, personal vendettas, family mayhem, acts of vengeance and the ever-evolving tension, turmoil and chaos that shaped these civilisations and led to their destruction from within. In the 15th century, the Aztec ruler Moctezuma I consolidated power in Central America through skilful political alliance, marriage and murder. Within a few generations, a king that shared his name, Moctezuma II, would see the utter ruination of the Aztec Empire. Ancient enmity with their vassal states led to devastating betrayal. The Spanish - those strange bearded men in steel clothes astride huge four-legged beasts - cleverly played tribe against tribe and destroyed an empire.

The Ascent of Civilization
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The Ascent of Civilization: The Carthaginians

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  SBS  |  September 17, 2017
This is a journey to the roots of the modern world: from the eclectic Germanic tribes that defied the mighty Romans, to the seafaring Carthaginians that established the first ...

This is a journey to the roots of the modern world: from the eclectic Germanic tribes that defied the mighty Romans, to the seafaring Carthaginians that established the first global trade network, and the pioneering Arabs and their advances into modern science. Meet the ancestors that have shaped the world. The Carthaginians were sly merchants and cruel child killers - at least according to the Ancient Romans and Greeks. But research shows that they weren't as bad as their reputation. Their story began around 3000 years ago, when settlers left their homes in what is now Lebanon to set up colonies around the Mediterranean. The most powerful was Carthage, a bustling metropolis in what is now Tunisia, with a port that was the envy of the entire world.

The Carthaginians were sly merchants and cruel child killers - at least according to the Ancient Romans and Greeks. But research shows that they weren't as bad as their ...

The Carthaginians were sly merchants and cruel child killers - at least according to the Ancient Romans and Greeks. But research shows that they weren't as bad as their reputation. The Carthaginians' story began around 3000 years ago, when settlers left their homes in what is now Lebanon to set up new colonies around the Mediterranean. The most splendid and powerful of these settlements was Carthage, a bustling Metropolis in what is now Tunisia with a port that was the envy of the entire world.

This American Life
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This American Life: God's Close Up

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  ABC2  |  June 9, 2013
Stories where the faithful and the not-so-faithful cross paths, and where unexpected things happen when people try to get closer to God through pictures.

Stories where the faithful and the not-so-faithful cross paths, and where unexpected things happen when people try to get closer to God through pictures.

Daniel Browning Smith meets a man who claims to be immune to cold; a man who has become the fastest backwards runner on earth; Master Zhou who says he can produce heat in his ...

Daniel Browning Smith meets a man who claims to be immune to cold; a man who has become the fastest backwards runner on earth; Master Zhou who says he can produce heat in his hands; and Yokke Sommer, the Birdman.

An intimate journey into the lives, hearts and humour of the Freeburns - a modern Aboriginal family of local legends. The Gods of Wheat Street is about letting go of the past, ...

An intimate journey into the lives, hearts and humour of the Freeburns - a modern Aboriginal family of local legends. The Gods of Wheat Street is about letting go of the past, with the aid of a little magic and enough deadpan humour to tackle the future.

Not Quite Art series 2 is an insightful and humourous journey through an increasingly fragmented cultural landscape - where the internet and communications have given us a set ...

Not Quite Art series 2 is an insightful and humourous journey through an increasingly fragmented cultural landscape - where the internet and communications have given us a set of cultural choices and influences unimaginable even a decade ago. The second episode in the series, Unpopular Culture, looks at why the culture that a whole generation of creators has grown up with is considered illegal. Digital remixing and sharing on the internet has turned our culture into a dirty, digital collaborative pool that exists at or outside the margins of copyright law.

Jennifer Byrne and a panel of esteemed guests are presenting a sinfully good seven weeks' viewing of deadly sins. This week the final sin Gluttony will be discussed in all of ...

Jennifer Byrne and a panel of esteemed guests are presenting a sinfully good seven weeks' viewing of deadly sins. This week the final sin Gluttony will be discussed in all of its 'guilt inducing glory'.

This program revisits the story of an inventor from Byron Bay whose battle with Microsoft has made headlines around the world. We first brought you the story of Ric Richardson ...

This program revisits the story of an inventor from Byron Bay whose battle with Microsoft has made headlines around the world. We first brought you the story of Ric Richardson three years ago, when an American court had just awarded him $US 400 million in damages over anti-piracy software he'd invented. But what appeared to be a done deal was swiftly overturned when a judge threw out the finding, sending Ric Richardson and his company back into the courts for another round of legal wrangling.

Simon Reeve follows the sacred waters of the Ganges from source to sea, exploring how India's economy has affected its religious culture. Along the way he meets westerners in ...

Simon Reeve follows the sacred waters of the Ganges from source to sea, exploring how India's economy has affected its religious culture. Along the way he meets westerners in Rishikesh seeking spiritual enlightenment, takes a holy dip in the fast-flowing waters at Haridwar and discovers how the river is being severely polluted in Kanpur.

James Valentine presents the latest on art, TV, movies, books, games, apps, festivals, gigs, events, celebrities, theatre and all things showbiz. Get your weekly culture fix ...

James Valentine presents the latest on art, TV, movies, books, games, apps, festivals, gigs, events, celebrities, theatre and all things showbiz. Get your weekly culture fix from the best arts reporters and contributors.

James Valentine presents the latest on art, TV, movies, books, games, apps, festivals, gigs, events, celebrities, theatre and all things showbiz. Get your weekly culture fix ...

James Valentine presents the latest on art, TV, movies, books, games, apps, festivals, gigs, events, celebrities, theatre and all things showbiz. Get your weekly culture fix from the best arts reporters and contributors.

Jack Charles is an actor, ex-addict and former burglar who's been jailed 22 times. He's now left drugs and crime behind and is devoted to helping other Aboriginal offenders ...

Jack Charles is an actor, ex-addict and former burglar who's been jailed 22 times. He's now left drugs and crime behind and is devoted to helping other Aboriginal offenders turn their lives around. #OnePlusOne.

Kim Jong-il was also one of the most elusive and secretive world leaders. Now the lid is lifted on the man who lead North Korea with his finger on the nuclear trigger and ...

Kim Jong-il was also one of the most elusive and secretive world leaders. Now the lid is lifted on the man who lead North Korea with his finger on the nuclear trigger and ensured this legacy lived on through his son, Kim Jong-un.

James Valentine presents the latest on art, TV, movies, books, games, apps, festivals, gigs, events, celebrities, theatre and all things showbiz. Get your weekly culture fix ...

James Valentine presents the latest on art, TV, movies, books, games, apps, festivals, gigs, events, celebrities, theatre and all things showbiz. Get your weekly culture fix from the best arts reporters and contributors.

Brainbuzz
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Brainbuzz: Cooking Science

Season 1  |  Episode 26  |  9Go!  |  March 26, 2018
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Why do onions make your eyes water? Are there different styles of cooking? How is chocolate made? Kellyn, resident scientist Clare, and the crew are joined (not live) by Percy ...

Why do onions make your eyes water? Are there different styles of cooking? How is chocolate made? Kellyn, resident scientist Clare, and the crew are joined (not live) by Percy Spencer to answer all your questions about cooking.

Actor and satirist Greig Pickhaver takes Julia back to Adelaide to revisit the locations that led from a claustrophobic family life to the world of imagination and creativity ...

Actor and satirist Greig Pickhaver takes Julia back to Adelaide to revisit the locations that led from a claustrophobic family life to the world of imagination and creativity that gave the world the comic genius of HG Nelson.

Actor Richard Roxburgh is back on TV in a fourth series of the riotous legal comedy, Rake. He speaks of his fear of celebrity and the roles he wishes he hadn't played. #OnePlusOne.

Actor Richard Roxburgh is back on TV in a fourth series of the riotous legal comedy, Rake. He speaks of his fear of celebrity and the roles he wishes he hadn't played. #OnePlusOne.

Could four children, a teenager and an adult have been killed by Australian soldiers in Afghanistan in a case of mistaken identity? Sampat Pal from Uttar Pradesh in India had ...

Could four children, a teenager and an adult have been killed by Australian soldiers in Afghanistan in a case of mistaken identity? Sampat Pal from Uttar Pradesh in India had little education, was married off at 12 and became a mother at 15. It's a familiar story in the impoverished area, but now she's literally hitting back against such age-old traditions, and the men who enforce them. Plus George Negus interviews renowned atheist Richard Dawkins.

Featuring new ideas on how to provide telecommunications systems where phone infrastructure has been destroyed; secure knots for tying hooks and lures to fishing lines; ...

Featuring new ideas on how to provide telecommunications systems where phone infrastructure has been destroyed; secure knots for tying hooks and lures to fishing lines; measure a patient's joint angles to assess their injury.

Are there common factors that lead to success and happiness? Peter Thompson is joined by Michael Carr-Gregg, one of Australia's leading psychologists who specialises in ...

Are there common factors that lead to success and happiness? Peter Thompson is joined by Michael Carr-Gregg, one of Australia's leading psychologists who specialises in childhood and adolescence. Together, Thompson and Carr-Gregg look back at the formative years of some this year's most extraordinary guests and explore their paths to success. After being diagnosed with cancer at 19, and being told he had eight weeks to live, Carr-Gregg went on to found the Canteen charity for teenagers with cancer. Now among the numerous activities Carr-Gregg is currently involved in, is the role of an official ambassador for the National depression initiative 'Beyond Blue', and of 'MindMatters', one of 16 youth suicide prevention programs run by the Federal Government.

This month is a special Sydney Writers Festival (SWF) edition of The Book Club. Host Jennifer Byrne and panellists Marieke Hardy and Jason Steger are joined by SWF guests ...

This month is a special Sydney Writers Festival (SWF) edition of The Book Club. Host Jennifer Byrne and panellists Marieke Hardy and Jason Steger are joined by SWF guests Lauren Beukes and Carlos Ruiz Zafon.

Race To London
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Race To London

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  ABC  |  June 19, 2012
Race To London follows six contenders - Libby Trickett, Drew Ginn, Michael Klim, Ahmed Kelly, Grace Bowman and Ryley Batt in the year leading up to the London 2012 Olympics ...

Race To London follows six contenders - Libby Trickett, Drew Ginn, Michael Klim, Ahmed Kelly, Grace Bowman and Ryley Batt in the year leading up to the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics where dreams will be made or shattered.

Alexander the Great is credited with building sixteen Greek cities in Central Asia alone. But is this the real story? To date, none of his fabled cities have been unearthed.

Alexander the Great is credited with building sixteen Greek cities in Central Asia alone. But is this the real story? To date, none of his fabled cities have been unearthed.

Daniel Browning Smith meets a man who claims he has the strongest teeth on earth; a college student with a killer throw; the best jet-pack pilot on earth; and a man who has ...

Daniel Browning Smith meets a man who claims he has the strongest teeth on earth; a college student with a killer throw; the best jet-pack pilot on earth; and a man who has spent his life trying to become impervious to pain.

Daniel Browning Smith meets a man born with proteus syndrome, giving him one arm much bigger than the other; a human rollerskate with incredible speeds; the deadliest knife ...

Daniel Browning Smith meets a man born with proteus syndrome, giving him one arm much bigger than the other; a human rollerskate with incredible speeds; the deadliest knife thrower on earth and a human wrecking ball.

Daniel Browning Smith meets a human generator; a man with a super strong neck; a yoyo ninja and the worlds first cyborg.

Daniel Browning Smith meets a human generator; a man with a super strong neck; a yoyo ninja and the worlds first cyborg.

This time Stan wants Daniel to meet four people who claim to be fear-proof, and push man's limits to the very edge, performing staggering feats at extreme heights that would ...

This time Stan wants Daniel to meet four people who claim to be fear-proof, and push man's limits to the very edge, performing staggering feats at extreme heights that would paralyse any normal person with fear.

A mystery Adonis washes up on the shore. As the team race against the clock to treat a local snake catcher whose luck may finally have run out, tensions mount when new girl ...

A mystery Adonis washes up on the shore. As the team race against the clock to treat a local snake catcher whose luck may finally have run out, tensions mount when new girl Ruby questions Gabriel's professional conduct.

James Valentine presents the latest on the arts, showbiz, culture and entertainment. Get your weekly fix of culture from the ABC's best arts reporters and contributors.

James Valentine presents the latest on the arts, showbiz, culture and entertainment. Get your weekly fix of culture from the ABC's best arts reporters and contributors.

Economics Professor On Today's Share Market Sell-off Justin Woolfers is a professor of economics and public policy at the University of Michigan. He explained why the share ...

Economics Professor On Today's Share Market Sell-off Justin Woolfers is a professor of economics and public policy at the University of Michigan. He explained why the share market has plummeted. Did the Market Crash Today and What Does It Mean for You? Global markets have tumbled with the Dow Jones plummeting more than 1000 points - the biggest fall in a single day. Is this just part of the cycle? JP Morgan managing director Justin Steed explains what it all means. Holocaust Survivors Reveal How They Rebuilt Their Lives in Australia In her latest book We Are Here, journalist Fiona Harari details how some of the Holocaust survivors rebuilt their lives on the other side of the world. Monique Shafter spoke to two of them. Could a Crackdown on Interest-only Loans Trigger Housing Meltdown? The banking regulator, APRA, has forced the banks to reduce the number and value of interest-only loans. But one economist is warning that could trigger a housing meltdown similar to the one experienced in the US. Is Assange About To Leave Ecuadorian Embassy? After six years holed up in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, British Courts are in the final moments of ruling whether WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will be able to leave. We spoke to one of his lawyers, Jennifer Robinson.

Gruen XL
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Gruen XL

Season 9  |  Episode 7  |  ABC2 / KIDS  |  October 26, 2017
The show that knows nearly as much about advertising as advertisers know about you is back! Watch the extended version here on ABC2.

The show that knows nearly as much about advertising as advertisers know about you is back! Watch the extended version here on ABC2.

Screen Time
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Screen Time

Season 1  |  Episode 6  |  ABC  |  November 21, 2017
Hosted by Chris Taylor, with an ensemble cast of regular panellists, Screen Time goes beyond the binge to bring you the latest from the world of TV, streaming, cinema and the web.

Hosted by Chris Taylor, with an ensemble cast of regular panellists, Screen Time goes beyond the binge to bring you the latest from the world of TV, streaming, cinema and the web.

The Biblical tale of the 10 plagues is one of the greatest and strangest stories ever told. But were there really rivers of blood and plagues of locusts in ancient Egypt? Now ...

The Biblical tale of the 10 plagues is one of the greatest and strangest stories ever told. But were there really rivers of blood and plagues of locusts in ancient Egypt? Now new evidence suggests these supernatural events were real, natural phenomena.

Authorities fear copy-cat tampering in fruit contamination disaster Since the story strawberry tampering broke more than 100 reports of contaminated fruit have been made ...

Authorities fear copy-cat tampering in fruit contamination disaster Since the story strawberry tampering broke more than 100 reports of contaminated fruit have been made around the country, sparking fears of copy-cat tampering. Authorities are scrambling to manage this slow-moving disaster as they try to limit the damage to an industry worth almost half a billion dollars. Why are female Liberal MPs quitting Federal politics? A number of female Liberal MPs have spoken out against internal party dynamics, while also announcing they won’t recontest the next election. But Prime Minister Scott Morrison insisting there is not a behaviour problem in Canberra. Christian Porter discusses strawberry tampering and sexism in politics Federal Attorney General, Christian Porter, talks to 7.30 about news laws introduced to counter the growing strawberry tampering crisis, and whether the Liberal Party has a problem with women. Marine archaeologists may have discovered the wreck of the Endeavour Historian David Hunt explains why the discovery of Capt. James Cook's ship, HMS Endeavour, would be an important moment in Australia's history. Meet Alec Knight, the first Australian male to join the New York City Ballet Alec Knight was just 17 when he moved to New York after being offered a coveted apprenticeship with the New York City Ballet. That was five years ago. Now he's the first Australian male to be given a contract with the prestigious ballet company.

The Directors
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The Directors: Akira Kurosawa

Season 1  |  Episode 6  |  Smooth/Arts  |  January 9, 2019
A legendary filmmaker from Japan, creator of Seven Samurai, Yojimbo, Throne of Blood and Ran.

A legendary filmmaker from Japan, creator of Seven Samurai, Yojimbo, Throne of Blood and Ran.

Stories include, 'Politicians on both sides hunt for that rarest of Canberra commodities - cooperation', 'Live exporter joins animal rights activists in push for Middle East ...

Stories include, 'Politicians on both sides hunt for that rarest of Canberra commodities - cooperation', 'Live exporter joins animal rights activists in push for Middle East slaughtering procedure enforcement', 'This is the controversial ice treatment former addicts swear by' and 'Humans of New York creator 'peels back layers' to find people's complexities'.

The Indian Farmers Being Forced Off Their Land To Make Way For The Metropolis Of The Future Prime Minister Narendra Modi came to power promising to lift people out of poverty, ...

The Indian Farmers Being Forced Off Their Land To Make Way For The Metropolis Of The Future Prime Minister Narendra Modi came to power promising to lift people out of poverty, but his vision to build 100 'smart cities' is seeing farmers forced off their land without fair compensation. Interview: Nick Xenophon, NXT Senator For South Australia Senator Nick Xenophon on the senate committee inquiry into the disastrous online census failure. Indonesia's First Female Muslim Standup Comedian Challenges Islamic Fundamentalism With Humour For years Sakdiyah Ma'ruf snuck around behind her parents' backs, hiding her job as one of Indonesia's first female Muslim stand-up comedians - but not anymore.

Interview: Julie Bishop, Foreign Affairs Minister Emma Alberici speaks to deputy Liberal leader and foreign affairs minister Julie Bishop about the ongoing investigation into ...

Interview: Julie Bishop, Foreign Affairs Minister Emma Alberici speaks to deputy Liberal leader and foreign affairs minister Julie Bishop about the ongoing investigation into the Manchester bombing, and the rising tensions in the South China Sea. Indigenous Leaders Call For Change Ahead Of 1967 Referendum Anniversary This weekend marks 50 years since the referendum which paved the way for the nation's first peoples to be included in the census and gave the Commonwealth powers to create laws for them. In the intervening decades the fight to formally recognise Indigenous Australians has stalled. This week's talks at Uluru are an attempt to change that - but divisions run deep, Indigenous affairs editor Stan Grant reports. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are advised that the following story contains images and voices of people who have died. Interview: Ian Rankin, Author When Scottish writer Ian Rankin published Knots And Crosses in 1987, he never imagined its main character, Detective Sergeant John Rebus, would have a literary life beyond that first novel. Three decades on, the maverick detective has appeared in another 20 bestselling books. Barbara Miller spoke to Ian Rankin about the long life of his literary creation.

Gruen is back to find out why we buy what we buy. And why the ads on the side of our internet browser want us to buy more. Wil, Russel, Todd and a team of new and familiar ...

Gruen is back to find out why we buy what we buy. And why the ads on the side of our internet browser want us to buy more. Wil, Russel, Todd and a team of new and familiar faces will deconstruct the advertising landscape. #Gruen.

Stories include, 'Government happy as Senate approves legislation', 'Boys survive 50 days adrift in ocean', 'Victoria ready to go to the polls', 'Victorian election on a knife ...

Stories include, 'Government happy as Senate approves legislation', 'Boys survive 50 days adrift in ocean', 'Victoria ready to go to the polls', 'Victorian election on a knife edge', 'ASIC seeks Storm damages', 'Storm case may not end up before court', 'Twain biography a publishing sensation'.

Packed with drama, high emotions, and cliff-hanger moments, this is the intimate and personal history of struggle and perseverance that propelled Australia to say "Yes" to ...

Packed with drama, high emotions, and cliff-hanger moments, this is the intimate and personal history of struggle and perseverance that propelled Australia to say "Yes" to marriage equality. The film shows how a group of determined individuals fought tirelessly against unjust laws that treated LGBTIQ people as second-class citizens, creating a movement that saw them go from criminals to legally equal over the course of five decades.

The final of the series looking at changes in the social and cultural fabric of Australia since World War II looks at the Australian soul. Of all the great shifts since the ...

The final of the series looking at changes in the social and cultural fabric of Australia since World War II looks at the Australian soul. Of all the great shifts since the War, perhaps religion has travelled farthest. In the 1940s and 1950s, Australians dutifully attended church and Sunday school and the church had a firm grip on the Australian soul. But from the late 60s, bad boys and girls were finding spiritual fulfilment elsewhere and the churches struggled to keep up.

Parajumpers are medics who extract wounded soldiers from battle, often under fire. They are, in the soldiers' words, their guardian angels. Filmmaker Sean Smith embeds with ...

Parajumpers are medics who extract wounded soldiers from battle, often under fire. They are, in the soldiers' words, their guardian angels. Filmmaker Sean Smith embeds with the parajumpers as they chopper into Afghanistan's Helmand province and risk their lives to save the US marines operating there. Those same marines get caught in an intense firefight, the camera rolling the entire time.

British Gardens In Time
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British Gardens In Time: Biddulph Grange

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  SBS  |  December 8, 2015
Biddulph Grange, the best-surviving Victorian garden in the country, takes the visitor on a whistle-stop journey around the world from China to Egypt in a series of gardens ...

Biddulph Grange, the best-surviving Victorian garden in the country, takes the visitor on a whistle-stop journey around the world from China to Egypt in a series of gardens connected by tunnels and subterranean passageways. Biddulph was created at the height of the British Empire by James Bateman, the son of a wealthy industrialist.

The proposition of this IQ2 Debate in Sydney is Should God and His Prophets be Protected from Insult? It goes to the heart of the matter about freedom of speech and whether we ...

The proposition of this IQ2 Debate in Sydney is Should God and His Prophets be Protected from Insult? It goes to the heart of the matter about freedom of speech and whether we need to tread carefully around religious sensibilities and what constitutes vilification and denigration. Just who or what should we be protecting?

StarTalk
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StarTalk: Brian Greene

Season 3  |  Episode 5  |  Nat Geo  |  October 3, 2018
Theoretical physicist and bestselling author Brian Greene joins Neil deGrasse Tyson and philosopher David Chalmers to discuss everything from quantum mechanics to the nature ...

Theoretical physicist and bestselling author Brian Greene joins Neil deGrasse Tyson and philosopher David Chalmers to discuss everything from quantum mechanics to the nature of reality.

Muslims make up less than 3 percent of the Australian population, yet dominate the news headlines and are often misunderstood. In this series, 10 Muslim Australians with ...

Muslims make up less than 3 percent of the Australian population, yet dominate the news headlines and are often misunderstood. In this series, 10 Muslim Australians with vastly different views on their faith live under one roof for eight days to explore what it means to be a Muslim in modern, multicultural Australia. While the housemates are united in faith, they are divided on what it means to be a 'good Muslim'.

Tree surgeon and filmmaker Robb Leech is an ordinary white middle class boy from the Dorset seaside town of Weymouth. So too is his stepbrother Rich. But a little over a year ...

Tree surgeon and filmmaker Robb Leech is an ordinary white middle class boy from the Dorset seaside town of Weymouth. So too is his stepbrother Rich. But a little over a year ago, Rich became a radical Islamist who now goes by the name of Salahuddin. He associates with jihadist fundamentalists and believes the UK should be ruled by Sharia law.

Stories include, 'Five diggers die in bloody day in Afghanistan', 'Cantwell joins Lateline', 'Afghan ambassador joins Lateline', 'Asylum seekers rescued off Java coast', ...

Stories include, 'Five diggers die in bloody day in Afghanistan', 'Cantwell joins Lateline', 'Afghan ambassador joins Lateline', 'Asylum seekers rescued off Java coast', 'Labor only interested in legacy: Hockey', 'Ryan accepts GOP's vice-president nod', 'Democrats label Romney as out of touch' and 'Patel to face new trial'.

Stories include, 'Kapunda killings', '43 billion dollar question', 'Mystery train', 'Art and soul'.

Stories include, 'Kapunda killings', '43 billion dollar question', 'Mystery train', 'Art and soul'.

Gruen Planet
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Gruen Planet

Season 2  |  Episode 7  |  ABC  |  October 3, 2012
Most of us can be bought or sold. And that sometimes actually feels good. We're all coerced and serenaded by advertising, an industry devoted to changing our minds and our ...

Most of us can be bought or sold. And that sometimes actually feels good. We're all coerced and serenaded by advertising, an industry devoted to changing our minds and our behaviour. But advertising is not the only industry that wants to get inside our heads and move the furniture around. Which brings us to spin, branding, and image control.

Stories include, 'Europe's debt predicament deepens', 'Guardian editor discusses hacking scandal', 'Kangaroo harvesting under the spotlight', 'Relic of Mawson's journey ...

Stories include, 'Europe's debt predicament deepens', 'Guardian editor discusses hacking scandal', 'Kangaroo harvesting under the spotlight', 'Relic of Mawson's journey retrieved'.

Making Data Beautiful with co-creator of We Feel Fine, Jonathan Harris, at Vivid Festival. Then, writing and illustrating for kids in a session called Creation Stories and ...

Making Data Beautiful with co-creator of We Feel Fine, Jonathan Harris, at Vivid Festival. Then, writing and illustrating for kids in a session called Creation Stories and Fairytales from the Eye of the Storm Festival in Alice Springs.

Stories include, 'Inside a police sting targeting the growing online menace of child sex offenders', 'Meet the international students sent to Australian state schools for ...

Stories include, 'Inside a police sting targeting the growing online menace of child sex offenders', 'Meet the international students sent to Australian state schools for thousands in fees', 'One family shares their story before telling it to child sexual abuse Royal Commission' and 'Islamic State look increasingly like a state warns expert'.

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