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Why was actress Zoe Wanamaker's father forced to flee the US? And what family secrets does Zoe uncover in the Ukraine? Harry Potter actress Zoe Wanamaker was born in New ...

Why was actress Zoe Wanamaker's father forced to flee the US? And what family secrets does Zoe uncover in the Ukraine? Harry Potter actress Zoe Wanamaker was born in New York, but when she was three her father, American actor Sam Wanamaker, fled to the UK to escape the anti-communist McCarthy witch-hunts.

Cats Uncovered
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Cats Uncovered: Cat Talk

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  SBS  |  October 5, 2015
This fascinating and revealing series investigates every aspect of the lives of the often-misunderstood species - cats. This episode, the world's top cat experts investigate ...

This fascinating and revealing series investigates every aspect of the lives of the often-misunderstood species - cats. This episode, the world's top cat experts investigate the secret lives of cats to reveal how they communicate with friends, with foes and with us.

This time Daniel investigates four claims of genuine real-life super-strength that appear to take human power to mind boggling levels.

This time Daniel investigates four claims of genuine real-life super-strength that appear to take human power to mind boggling levels.

Fonko
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Fonko: South Africa And Nigeria

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  SBS  |  March 4, 2016
This captivating series explores the musical revolution taking place in Africa, defining a new generation and illustrating how music plays a huge role in Africa's growing economy.

This captivating series explores the musical revolution taking place in Africa, defining a new generation and illustrating how music plays a huge role in Africa's growing economy.

The Film Festival Project
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The Film Festival Project: Cannes

Season 1  |  Episode 4  |  ABC  |  April 21, 2011
A four-part documentary series which chronicles the experiences of filmmakers, fans, journalists and stars as they navigate through the hectic days and long nights of festival ...

A four-part documentary series which chronicles the experiences of filmmakers, fans, journalists and stars as they navigate through the hectic days and long nights of festival madness.

From obsession to suppression the world of gaming uses sex almost as much as the real world. In this special the Good Game team joins forces to look at just how far and wide ...

From obsession to suppression the world of gaming uses sex almost as much as the real world. In this special the Good Game team joins forces to look at just how far and wide it goes.

What killed King Tutankhamun? Ever since his spectacular tomb was discovered, the boy king has been the most famous pharaoh of all ancient Egypt. But his mysterious death, at ...

What killed King Tutankhamun? Ever since his spectacular tomb was discovered, the boy king has been the most famous pharaoh of all ancient Egypt. But his mysterious death, at just 19 years old, has never been explained. In this special documentary, presenter Dallas Campbell reveals new scientific research and carries out unique experiments to get to the truth.

Huang's World
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Huang's World: Cape Cod

Season 2  |  Episode 6  |  SBS VICELAND  |  November 25, 2017
Eddie road trips through Cape Cod to explore monoculture in one of America's most exclusionary vacation locations.

Eddie road trips through Cape Cod to explore monoculture in one of America's most exclusionary vacation locations.

Farewell Lateline: Former Hosts Reflect On 28 Years Of Stories Emma Alberici is joined by former Lateline hosts Kerry O'Brien, Maxine McKew and Leigh Sales as they reflect on ...

Farewell Lateline: Former Hosts Reflect On 28 Years Of Stories Emma Alberici is joined by former Lateline hosts Kerry O'Brien, Maxine McKew and Leigh Sales as they reflect on Lateline's vast history, including some of their most memorable stories and interviews, and the future of journalism.

Guest host Andrew Probyn presents Australia's most popular political program. Insiders speaks with the key players, providing analysis, opinion and robust debate from the ...

Guest host Andrew Probyn presents Australia's most popular political program. Insiders speaks with the key players, providing analysis, opinion and robust debate from the country's leading political commentators.

The numbers tell the story. Australia's population is growing fast. Across the country, we've added almost 400,000 people in the past year alone. The populations of Melbourne, ...

The numbers tell the story. Australia's population is growing fast. Across the country, we've added almost 400,000 people in the past year alone. The populations of Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Perth have expanded by nearly 3 million extra people in the last 10 years. And we're feeling the strain. It's time for the nation to have a conversation about how big Australia is going to grow.

A look at Adalia and Meghan, two young girls who have a disease that causes rapid ageing. Also, Charlie Sheen speaks with Matt Doran about when he lost the plot, and a look at ...

A look at Adalia and Meghan, two young girls who have a disease that causes rapid ageing. Also, Charlie Sheen speaks with Matt Doran about when he lost the plot, and a look at Insta-gangsters.

For many people, the English writer JRR Tolkien (1892-1973) is above all the author of the Lord of the Rings, the films directed and produced by Peter Jackson from 2001 to ...

For many people, the English writer JRR Tolkien (1892-1973) is above all the author of the Lord of the Rings, the films directed and produced by Peter Jackson from 2001 to 2003. But what most people are unaware of is that this immensely successful novel is only the tip of a monumental corpus, started in the 1910s, and which he pursued to the day he died in 1973. Translated to over 60 languages, Tolkien's books have deeply marked the imagination of millions of readers throughout the world. However, in a period of triumphant Hollywood blockbusters, part of the mystery may be fading away, something that is attached to a unique type of literary creativity. This film goes back to the origins of this tremendous creation and, at the same time, it is an opportunity to (re)discover the surprising personality of its author. Who was this quiet and scholarly man who taught languages and old English literature at Oxford? How was this gigantic project born? Going back and forth between ordinary reality and an immaterial and fabulously rich reality, the story offers to reveal the meaning of Tolkien's life as a marvellous adventure of the mind.

Gamble of life Soon after meeting and falling in love, Andrew and Olivia Densley agreed they both adored kids and wanted a large family. They got married and got on with their ...

Gamble of life Soon after meeting and falling in love, Andrew and Olivia Densley agreed they both adored kids and wanted a large family. They got married and got on with their dream. But after having their fourth child they received terrible news. Their third child, a son, had a genetic immune deficiency disease which looked likely to kill him. Just when all seemed lost though, he was saved by a long-shot miracle. His little brother, the couple’s fourth child, was a match as a bone marrow donor. But as Tom Steinfort reports, at this point the story gets even more complicated. While Andrew and Olivia knew the substantial risks of having more children, it didn’t stop them. Olivia fell pregnant with a fifth child who was also born with the usually fatal disease. But having rolled the dice and lost, the couple refused to give up. It has taken several years and a hundred thousand dollars, but they’ve managed to engineer another extraordinary solution. A magpie called Penguin Somewhere, flying around the northern beaches of Sydney, is a magpie called Penguin who often thinks she’s a human. And if that’s not incredible enough, this amazing bird has another claim to fame – she’s a lifesaver. Penguin taught Sam Bloom, a mother of three, how to live again after she fell from a balcony, broke her back and became a paraplegic. It’s a truly inspiring tale that not surprisingly will also soon be a Hollywood movie

Shark Tank
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Shark Tank

Season 4  |  Episode 11  |  TEN  |  July 24, 2018
In this episode of Shark Tank, FroPro 96 percent sugar-free ice-cream asks for a $250,000 investment to grow the business; Micky Blu camping wants $2.5 million to develop the ...

In this episode of Shark Tank, FroPro 96 percent sugar-free ice-cream asks for a $250,000 investment to grow the business; Micky Blu camping wants $2.5 million to develop the company's 4KVA portable generator; SpacetoCo.com short-term space hire business seeks $210,000; and HTZ Hot Teaze is after a $500,000 investment in its hair volumising appliances.

Neil and the team examine creativity and the art of reinvention along Tasmania's northern coast and offshore islands. Neil collects some of the cleanest air in the world in ...

Neil and the team examine creativity and the art of reinvention along Tasmania's northern coast and offshore islands. Neil collects some of the cleanest air in the world in the name of science. On King Island, he examines the worst maritime disaster in the history of Australia before swinging back onto the mainland for a round of golf on a legendary links course. Emma Johnston joins a scientific team on Albatross Island to track the magnificent bird for which the island is named. Alice Garner examines the changing fortunes of industrial Burnie. And Tim Flannery follows in the footsteps of a legendary scientist at Fossil Bluff.

Jason Bourne is the ultimate CIA operative, brainwashed into performing assassinations for a secret cell within the Agency. As far-fetched as it sounds, True Stories can ...

Jason Bourne is the ultimate CIA operative, brainwashed into performing assassinations for a secret cell within the Agency. As far-fetched as it sounds, True Stories can reveal that many aspects of Robert Ludlum's original books, and the subsequent Bourne movie franchise are rooted in fact.

Art Of Germany
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Art Of Germany: In The Shadow Of Hitler

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  ABC  |  October 30, 2011
Andrew Graham-Dixon concludes his exploration of German art by investigating the dark and difficult times of the 20th century.

Andrew Graham-Dixon concludes his exploration of German art by investigating the dark and difficult times of the 20th century.

Isaac Asimov dreamed of a better future where robots can do mankind's dirty work. His I, Robot stories led to the creation of real-life industrial robots and inspired ...

Isaac Asimov dreamed of a better future where robots can do mankind's dirty work. His I, Robot stories led to the creation of real-life industrial robots and inspired generations to embrace the science and technology of a robo-friendly world. Today, droid doctors save lives performing delicate spinal surgery, and automaton astronauts repair orbital stations in the vacuum of space. And it all started with Isaac Asimov's futuristic sci-fi vision: a robot in every home.

Greeks of the Sea
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Greeks of the Sea

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  SBS  |  August 2, 2014
Nikos meets one of Greece's billionaire shipowners who take him to the island that he and other ship owning families call home. From there, Nikos travels to Agathonisi and ...

Nikos meets one of Greece's billionaire shipowners who take him to the island that he and other ship owning families call home. From there, Nikos travels to Agathonisi and goes on patrol with the Hellenic Coast Guard to intercept asylum seeker boats.

The story, 'Behind the veil', tell us why Australian women have embraced the veil that covers their faces. The story, 'Michael Chamberlain returns to Uluru', features a ...

The story, 'Behind the veil', tell us why Australian women have embraced the veil that covers their faces. The story, 'Michael Chamberlain returns to Uluru', features a tell-all interview with Michael Chamberlain as he returns for the first time in more than 30 years accompanied on the emotional journey with Azaria's sister Zahra. The story, 'Billy Connolly unplugged', speaks with Billy Connonlly, the former welder who survived a brutal childhood to become a show business megastar.

Big, Bigger, Biggest
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Big, Bigger, Biggest: Telescope

Season 2  |  Episode 6  |  SBS  |  January 22, 2011
An examination of the six technological breakthroughs that have enabled the world's largest telescope - the Large Binocular Telescope - to be built.

An examination of the six technological breakthroughs that have enabled the world's largest telescope - the Large Binocular Telescope - to be built.

Planes That Changed The World
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Planes That Changed The World: DC-3

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  SBS  |  April 13, 2015
The DC-3 was a linchpin of global air travel; the first plane to make airlines a profit and a war hero to boot. An aircraft that rose from the ashes of a headline-making crash ...

The DC-3 was a linchpin of global air travel; the first plane to make airlines a profit and a war hero to boot. An aircraft that rose from the ashes of a headline-making crash and a failed business idea to become the holy grail of aviation design. This is the remarkable story of the Gooney Bird.

Ryan Stock puts a meat hook through his skull and attempts to pull weights that will push human bone strength to the limit. Thomas Blackthorne claims he can insert a ...

Ryan Stock puts a meat hook through his skull and attempts to pull weights that will push human bone strength to the limit. Thomas Blackthorne claims he can insert a jackhammer down his throat and turn it on.

Scientists genuinely don't know what most of our universe is made of. The atoms we're made from only make up four percent. The rest is dark matter and dark energy. The Large ...

Scientists genuinely don't know what most of our universe is made of. The atoms we're made from only make up four percent. The rest is dark matter and dark energy. The Large Hadron Collider at CERN has been upgraded, and scientists are hopeful they will now be able to discover the identity of dark matter in the debris.

In the 2000s, television enjoyed a creative renaissance as audiences binged groundbreaking dramas like The Sopranos, Mad Men, Breaking Bad and Lost. It embraced reality shows ...

In the 2000s, television enjoyed a creative renaissance as audiences binged groundbreaking dramas like The Sopranos, Mad Men, Breaking Bad and Lost. It embraced reality shows like Survivor and American Idol, and laughed along with beloved comedies like Curb Your Enthusiasm, The Office, and The Big Bang Theory.

Secrets of the Magna Carta
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Secrets of the Magna Carta

Episode 2  |  The History Channel  |  June 25, 2018
This award-winning series tells the story of the legendary document Magna Carta, that dates from the time of Robin Hood. It is the most highly valued piece of paper in the ...

This award-winning series tells the story of the legendary document Magna Carta, that dates from the time of Robin Hood. It is the most highly valued piece of paper in the world, and has changed the course of history. Magna Carta is a standard against which we can judge how free we are. So how do we measure up today? These films give us reasons to celebrate, but also to be fearful. Filmed in the UK and US, this series features world experts on history, law, and economics.

Anglican vicar Peter Owen Jones continues his year-long odyssey with a trip to the Middle East to explore some ancient faiths and unusual rituals. Tonight, Peter attends the ...

Anglican vicar Peter Owen Jones continues his year-long odyssey with a trip to the Middle East to explore some ancient faiths and unusual rituals. Tonight, Peter attends the Samaritan Passover celebrations on Mount Gerizim, in the West Bank. Later, in Damascus, he visits the grandest mosque in Sunni Islam, the Umayyad Mosque, then heads north to join some whirling dervishes in a house beside a 14th century mosque in Aleppo, Syria.

This episode tells the story of India in the Middle Ages - the Golden Age of the Gupta empire. Michael Wood shows some of the amazing achievements of medieval India. In ...

This episode tells the story of India in the Middle Ages - the Golden Age of the Gupta empire. Michael Wood shows some of the amazing achievements of medieval India. In astronomy they discovered the heliocentric universe, absolute zero and the circumference of the Earth; they mastered the world's first large-scale cast iron technology - the Delhi iron pillar; and their courtly culture was the setting of the world's first sex manual, the Kama Sutra, written in the 5th century.

Elizabeth McGovern follows the journeys of three extraordinary women who transform their lives - Nancy Astor, the first woman to take her seat in the British Parliament; Nancy ...

Elizabeth McGovern follows the journeys of three extraordinary women who transform their lives - Nancy Astor, the first woman to take her seat in the British Parliament; Nancy Lancaster, legendary creator of the English Country House Look; and international style icon Pauline de Rothschild.

To celebrate the 150th anniversary of the birth of the great Norwegian artist, Edvard Munch, a 'once in a lifetime' exhibition was mounted in his home country, covering all of ...

To celebrate the 150th anniversary of the birth of the great Norwegian artist, Edvard Munch, a 'once in a lifetime' exhibition was mounted in his home country, covering all of the artist's greatest works. Blending dramatic re-enactment of events in Munch's life with Marlow's critical analysis and contributions from the curators and experts, this film originally had a worldwide cinema release. This shorter version offers a good introduction to Munch's work and commemorates the anniversary of one of the world's most important artists.

In this final episode, Ian's in the grasslands of Kyrgyzstan in the former Soviet Union to discover how his ancestors' horse-taming skills and the invention of the wheel ...

In this final episode, Ian's in the grasslands of Kyrgyzstan in the former Soviet Union to discover how his ancestors' horse-taming skills and the invention of the wheel changed the course of human history. Julia Zemiro's father's ancestors were on the beautiful island of Sardinia, off the west coast of Italy. Ernie Dingo's genetic map leads him to Timor Leste, where he learns of humankinds' greatest ever achievements - the journey to arrive on the shores of Australia for the first time.

Creating teams of comic book heroes requires a combination of incredible but unique superpowers. This time, Daniel meets four people with totally separate powers - but could ...

Creating teams of comic book heroes requires a combination of incredible but unique superpowers. This time, Daniel meets four people with totally separate powers - but could they be the ultimate team of real life superhumans?

The secret of any good superhuman is a deadly power hidden beneath an ordinary exterior. This time Stan is on the hunt for people with secret abilities that turn them into ...

The secret of any good superhuman is a deadly power hidden beneath an ordinary exterior. This time Stan is on the hunt for people with secret abilities that turn them into lethal human weapons.

Stan is on a mission to find ultimate pain-proof Superhumans. He sends Daniel to meet four people who can control their perception of pain, and push their bodies to ...

Stan is on a mission to find ultimate pain-proof Superhumans. He sends Daniel to meet four people who can control their perception of pain, and push their bodies to unthinkable levels.

Stairway To Heaven is the story of an ancient and sublime work of sacred art, whose loss not only shook the art world, but triggered the shocking realisation that traditional ...

Stairway To Heaven is the story of an ancient and sublime work of sacred art, whose loss not only shook the art world, but triggered the shocking realisation that traditional Islamic knowledge and skills have all but vanished.

To celebrate the 150th anniversary of the publication of Darwin's "On the Origin of Species" SBS presents the three-part documentary series, Darwin's Dangerous Idea. British ...

To celebrate the 150th anniversary of the publication of Darwin's "On the Origin of Species" SBS presents the three-part documentary series, Darwin's Dangerous Idea. British political journalist Andrew Marr examines the dramatic impact that Charles Darwin's work has had on today's religious, scientific and social debates.

Chaos Theory has a bad name. It conjures up images of unpredictable weather, economic crashes, and science gone wrong. But there is a fascinating and hidden side to chaos, one ...

Chaos Theory has a bad name. It conjures up images of unpredictable weather, economic crashes, and science gone wrong. But there is a fascinating and hidden side to chaos, one that scientists are only now beginning to understand. In The Secret Life of Chaos, Professor Jim Al-Khalili sets out to uncover some of the great mysteries of science - such as how a universe that starts off as dust can end up with intelligent life; and how order can emerge from disorder.

Coast
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Coast: Border To Border

Season 6  |  Episode 5  |  SBS  |  March 2, 2012
Tonight, the team explores the Welsh coast. Nick investigates evidence that a devastating tsunami hit the coast 400 years ago, and discovers why scientists find the local ...

Tonight, the team explores the Welsh coast. Nick investigates evidence that a devastating tsunami hit the coast 400 years ago, and discovers why scientists find the local landscape a surprisingly good stand-in for the surface of Mars.

Urban Secrets
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Urban Secrets: Glasgow

Season 1  |  Episode 8  |  SBS  |  June 8, 2013
Actor Alan Cumming visits Glasgow, one of his favourite cities, to reveal unusual and often hidden sights and sounds overlooked by the public. Starting at the Necropolis, he ...

Actor Alan Cumming visits Glasgow, one of his favourite cities, to reveal unusual and often hidden sights and sounds overlooked by the public. Starting at the Necropolis, he travels to the world's oldest music hall before enjoying the views from a city-centre landmark.

Wonders Of Life
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Wonders Of Life: Size Matters

Season 1  |  Episode 4  |  ABC  |  July 18, 2013
During episode four, Size Matters, Brian Cox travels to Australia to explore how size determines the nature of life. Gravity and electromagnetism impact differently on types ...

During episode four, Size Matters, Brian Cox travels to Australia to explore how size determines the nature of life. Gravity and electromagnetism impact differently on types of life - from a single bacterium to a 110 metre tree determining shape, movement and longevity.

Pain, Pus And Poison
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Pain, Pus And Poison: Pus

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  SBS  |  July 29, 2013
The Black Death wiped out close to a quarter of the world's population. Even the familiar 'influenza' was one of the deadliest infectious disease of the twentieth century. ...

The Black Death wiped out close to a quarter of the world's population. Even the familiar 'influenza' was one of the deadliest infectious disease of the twentieth century. Fighting these killers is an ongoing battle, as each infection adapts to outwit the body's defences.

Daniel Browning Smith meets a man who claims to be immune to scorpion venom; a man claiming to be able to put any animal into a trance using mind control; NASA's supersniffer ...

Daniel Browning Smith meets a man who claims to be immune to scorpion venom; a man claiming to be able to put any animal into a trance using mind control; NASA's supersniffer and a man who claims he has swum 3000 miles.

Some Architects of Change have decided to treat indigenous groups with respect by joining forces with them and trying to build bridges between peoples.

Some Architects of Change have decided to treat indigenous groups with respect by joining forces with them and trying to build bridges between peoples.

With guest host Fifi Box, and special guests Hughesy and Brendan O'Carroll, we discuss the vegan protest, the south African water crisis, Trugo, gun shop security, and face ...

With guest host Fifi Box, and special guests Hughesy and Brendan O'Carroll, we discuss the vegan protest, the south African water crisis, Trugo, gun shop security, and face blindness.

Hyper Evolution: Rise of the Robots
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Hyper Evolution: Rise of the Robots

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  ABC  |  March 20, 2018
Dr Ben Garrod and Professor Danielle George look at why we are obsessed with creating robots in our own image, and if the rapid development of robots will enable them to ...

Dr Ben Garrod and Professor Danielle George look at why we are obsessed with creating robots in our own image, and if the rapid development of robots will enable them to supersede human abilities.

Huang's World
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Huang's World: Toronto

Season 1  |  Episode 6  |  SBS VICELAND  |  December 23, 2017
Eddie checks out Toronto by embedding himself in a handful of immigrant communities to better understand how ethnic food flourishes under the support of multiculturalism.

Eddie checks out Toronto by embedding himself in a handful of immigrant communities to better understand how ethnic food flourishes under the support of multiculturalism.

Competitors design and operate remote-controlled armed and armoured machines designed to fight in an arena combat elimination tournament.

Competitors design and operate remote-controlled armed and armoured machines designed to fight in an arena combat elimination tournament.

Competitors design and operate remote-controlled armed and armoured machines designed to fight in an arena combat elimination tournament.

Competitors design and operate remote-controlled armed and armoured machines designed to fight in an arena combat elimination tournament.

When royalty met Hollywood: find out more about the hottest royal couple by discovering their drives, their motivations, and what united them in this intimate and uplifting ...

When royalty met Hollywood: find out more about the hottest royal couple by discovering their drives, their motivations, and what united them in this intimate and uplifting special about a true-life fairytale romance.

Secrets of the Magna Carta
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Secrets of the Magna Carta

Episode 1  |  The History Channel  |  June 24, 2018
This award-winning series tells the story of the legendary document Magna Carta, that dates from the time of Robin Hood. It is the most highly valued piece of paper in the ...

This award-winning series tells the story of the legendary document Magna Carta, that dates from the time of Robin Hood. It is the most highly valued piece of paper in the world, and has changed the course of history. Magna Carta is a standard against which we can judge how free we are. So how do we measure up today? These films give us reasons to celebrate, but also to be fearful. Filmed in the UK and US, this series features world experts on history, law, and economics.

Peter travels from the Nepalese Himalayas to the south of India to make sense of the mystery of Indian religions. He finds out about the transmigration of the soul, karma, the ...

Peter travels from the Nepalese Himalayas to the south of India to make sense of the mystery of Indian religions. He finds out about the transmigration of the soul, karma, the pantheon of the gods and the high regard for gurus.

The story, 'A mother's pain', Katherine Jackson takes us inside the family compound where she breaks her silence on the scandals that dogged her son, Michael Jackson; her ...

The story, 'A mother's pain', Katherine Jackson takes us inside the family compound where she breaks her silence on the scandals that dogged her son, Michael Jackson; her granddaughter's attempted suicide and new allegations of child molestation. The story, 'Allergy free', looks at food allergies in children and now a breakthrough cure that has children happily eating the foods that previously could have killed them. The story, 'Smarty pants', meets Sara Blakely the creator of Spanx.

With guest Sam Maiden plus guest host Hamish MacDonald, and stories on the Sydney attack, the William Tyrrell reward, plebiscite fight and remembering September 11.

With guest Sam Maiden plus guest host Hamish MacDonald, and stories on the Sydney attack, the William Tyrrell reward, plebiscite fight and remembering September 11.

Gruen Planet
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Gruen Planet

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  ABC  |  October 12, 2011
Hosted by comedian Wil Anderson, Gruen Planet looks at the dark arts of spin, branding, advertising and image control. In advertising they call it a brand extension - Gruen ...

Hosted by comedian Wil Anderson, Gruen Planet looks at the dark arts of spin, branding, advertising and image control. In advertising they call it a brand extension - Gruen Planet - the latest show in the Gruen stable, will run an x-ray across the world each week, unpicking the stories that affect us all. Important topics in this episode include the industrial PR battle between management and labour, and how to rebrand a famous business empire when the respected figure-head, now deceased, was the brand himself.

Stories include, 'Latham interrupts political debate again', 'Marginal seats circle Sydney', 'Reusable horse race journalism fails the public', 'Australian oil spill creates ...

Stories include, 'Latham interrupts political debate again', 'Marginal seats circle Sydney', 'Reusable horse race journalism fails the public', 'Australian oil spill creates people smugglers', 'Pakistan's flood survivors getting desperate', 'Iraq not ready for American troop withdrawal', 'Russian wildfires approach radioactive land'.

Stories include, 'Gillard confronted, defended by shoppers', 'UK announces inquiry into hacking allegations', 'US investors sue News Corp for compensation', 'Europe's debt ...

Stories include, 'Gillard confronted, defended by shoppers', 'UK announces inquiry into hacking allegations', 'US investors sue News Corp for compensation', 'Europe's debt crisis continues to worsen', 'America's economy could have been worse: Hale', 'Christmas Island rescue boats unseaworthy', 'Assange continues fight against extradition', 'Entrepreneurs buy Triabunna woodchip mill'.

Stories include, 'EU ready to bail out Irish banks', 'Twins in bizarre fatal shooting in Colorado', 'Fires lit in Villawood protests', 'Opposition calls for new approach to ...

Stories include, 'EU ready to bail out Irish banks', 'Twins in bizarre fatal shooting in Colorado', 'Fires lit in Villawood protests', 'Opposition calls for new approach to asylum seekers', 'Atheist Hitchens stares death in the eye - Part One'.

Stories include, 'London celebrates wedding and best of British', 'Rescue pilot in tears at floods inquiry', 'Two charged over ADFA sex scandal', 'The Long view on the ...

Stories include, 'London celebrates wedding and best of British', 'Rescue pilot in tears at floods inquiry', 'Two charged over ADFA sex scandal', 'The Long view on the economy', '15 killed in Marrakesh blast', 'Three killed in Adelaide siege', 'Storms kill 300 in southern US', 'Roboticist explores nature of humanity', 'Kurzweil foresees a human/machine singularity', 'Kate Middleton now Princess William'.

Stories include, 'N.T. alcohol experts oppose criminalisation of pregnant drinkers', 'South Australia votes', 'Record number of candidates line up for W.A. Senate election', ...

Stories include, 'N.T. alcohol experts oppose criminalisation of pregnant drinkers', 'South Australia votes', 'Record number of candidates line up for W.A. Senate election', 'Daniel Morcombe's murderer sentenced to life', 'Friday Forum' and 'Senate to inquire into Government's environmental offset policy'.

Stories include, 'This is the high price of failing to deal with violent people', 'The battle for Canning shapes as litmus test for Tony Abbott', 'Collapse of Australia-China ...

Stories include, 'This is the high price of failing to deal with violent people', 'The battle for Canning shapes as litmus test for Tony Abbott', 'Collapse of Australia-China Free Trade Agreement would have huge impact, warns Andrew Robb' and 'Prisoners of war have no happy ending, describes Homeland creator'.

Stories include, 'Opposition attacks Thomson instead of budget', 'Thomson constituents campaign to remove him', 'Foreign aid promises will be delivered: Carr', 'The carbon tax ...

Stories include, 'Opposition attacks Thomson instead of budget', 'Thomson constituents campaign to remove him', 'Foreign aid promises will be delivered: Carr', 'The carbon tax will not change: Milne', 'Greek leftists vow to cancel austerity', 'Annan warns of civil war in Syria' and 'Wild Things author Sendak dies at 83'.

Stories include, 'Former Defence Minister backs Prime Minister's stance that Australian troops will not be sent into Iraq and Syria', 'Interview: General Ehsan Ul-Haq, former ...

Stories include, 'Former Defence Minister backs Prime Minister's stance that Australian troops will not be sent into Iraq and Syria', 'Interview: General Ehsan Ul-Haq, former director general of Pakistan's powerful intelligence agency, the ISI', 'How does the city of Rotterdam in the Netherlands, which is 80 per cent below sea level, cope with climate change?'.

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