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A history of The Truman Show is presented before a rare interview with the show's creator, Christof, who argues, We accept the reality with which we are presented. Sylvia ...

A history of The Truman Show is presented before a rare interview with the show's creator, Christof, who argues, We accept the reality with which we are presented. Sylvia calls in during the interview and criticises the ethics of the show.

Featuring American singer/songwriter Paul Simon, one half of the folk-singing duo Simon and Garfunkel, with a continuing solo career; and Lorne Michaels, creator and executive ...

Featuring American singer/songwriter Paul Simon, one half of the folk-singing duo Simon and Garfunkel, with a continuing solo career; and Lorne Michaels, creator and executive producer of "Saturday Night Live".

Creator of the hit vampire drama, Alan Ball, talks about the seires and reflects on his career in this behind the scenes special.

Creator of the hit vampire drama, Alan Ball, talks about the seires and reflects on his career in this behind the scenes special.

When an android replica of a boy is rejected by his aggrieved creator, he goes off to find his own identity in an adventure that would make him the greatest hero of his time.

When an android replica of a boy is rejected by his aggrieved creator, he goes off to find his own identity in an adventure that would make him the greatest hero of his time.

Earthy peasants working and toiling against well-observed landscapes - these were the domain of the sixteenth century Flemish artist Pieter Bruegel, creator of 'The Blind ...

Earthy peasants working and toiling against well-observed landscapes - these were the domain of the sixteenth century Flemish artist Pieter Bruegel, creator of 'The Blind Leading The Blind', 'The Peasant Wedding' and 'The Peasant Dance'.

Features a card creator whose intricate origami jumps off the page, a chef who surprises diners with meals served in secret locations, and a former fashion designer who stages ...

Features a card creator whose intricate origami jumps off the page, a chef who surprises diners with meals served in secret locations, and a former fashion designer who stages one-night-only art shows in the most unexpected places.

This five-part series reveals the fascinating stories of the creation, politics and social legacies of five renowned pieces of art. This week, how creator Auguste Rodin, ...

This five-part series reveals the fascinating stories of the creation, politics and social legacies of five renowned pieces of art. This week, how creator Auguste Rodin, conceived and executed the sensual sculpture, The Kiss.

WHALING WAR A sea shepherd conservation crew has clashed with a Japanese whaling fleet in the Great Southern Ocean. STOP AND SEARCH POWERS PUT ON SHOW The Victorian ...

WHALING WAR A sea shepherd conservation crew has clashed with a Japanese whaling fleet in the Great Southern Ocean. STOP AND SEARCH POWERS PUT ON SHOW The Victorian Government has introduced new stop and search powers in response to the fatal stabbing of Indian national, Nitin Garg. ARMANDO IANNUCCI JOINS CHRIS UHLMANN Writer and creator of the BBC cult political hit 'The Thick of It' Armando Iannucci discusses media spin doctors and his new film 'In the Loop.' FROM THE NORTHERN TERRITORY TO NEW YORK Commonwealth champion marathon runner Robert de Castella has made it his mission to develop a culture of long distance running amongst Aboriginal Australians.

One of cinema's most unforgettable image is that of the Man in the Moon being poked in the eye by a rocket ship. Georges Melies was the creator of that image, and his Trip to ...

One of cinema's most unforgettable image is that of the Man in the Moon being poked in the eye by a rocket ship. Georges Melies was the creator of that image, and his Trip to the Moon was released in 1902. This fascinating documentary charts Melies's career and the history of silent cinema alongside the painstaking restoration of the only known hand-coloured film print of Trip to the Moon.

The 1975 television series The Naked Civil Servant transformed the life of its creator - fifty-something part-time life model and novelist Quentin Crisp. The story about his ...

The 1975 television series The Naked Civil Servant transformed the life of its creator - fifty-something part-time life model and novelist Quentin Crisp. The story about his life as a homosexual growing up in wartime Britain made Quentin a household name. However, having finally gained the celebrity he craved, he is shunned. So he accepts an invitation to speak in New York. With his flamboyant style, rapier sharp wit, and honest, but seemingly perverse world view he's an instant hit, and New York proves to be Quentin's natural home.

The inside story of one of the most important and riveting digital crime sagas of the century: the arrest of Ross William Ulbricht, the convicted 30-year-old entrepreneur ...

The inside story of one of the most important and riveting digital crime sagas of the century: the arrest of Ross William Ulbricht, the convicted 30-year-old entrepreneur accused to be 'Dread Pirate Roberts', creator and operator of online black market Silk Road. This documentary explores how the brightest minds and thought leaders behind the Deep Web are now caught in the crosshairs of the battle for control of a future inextricably linked to technology.

The year is 1848 and Alexandre Dumas is at the height of his fame as the creator of The Three Musketeers and The Count of Monte Cristo. However, the author's long-time ...

The year is 1848 and Alexandre Dumas is at the height of his fame as the creator of The Three Musketeers and The Count of Monte Cristo. However, the author's long-time collaborator, Auguste Maquet, toils in the shadows of his friend's fame. As the clouds of revolution gather above Paris, the usually peaceful relationship between the writing partners deteriorates as the hard-working Maquet begins to crave his share of the spotlight. Directed by Safy Nebbou and stars Gerard Depardieu, Benoit Poelvoorde and Dominique Blanc.

Aboriginal academic, lawyer and activist Larissa Behrendt talks with Germaine Greer about addressing the crisis in indigenous communities. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on ...

Aboriginal academic, lawyer and activist Larissa Behrendt talks with Germaine Greer about addressing the crisis in indigenous communities. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on negotiating complete creative freedom. Comedian Anh Do with a warm and funny account of how he and his family arrived as Vietnamese boat people and found success in Australia. Former Somali child soldier Emmanuel Jal with an inspirational tale of surviving a truly horrific childhood.

Aboriginal academic, lawyer and activist Larissa Behrendt talks with Germaine Greer about addressing the crisis in indigenous communities. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on ...

Aboriginal academic, lawyer and activist Larissa Behrendt talks with Germaine Greer about addressing the crisis in indigenous communities. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on negotiating complete creative freedom. Comedian Anh Do with a warm and funny account of how he and his family arrived as Vietnamese boat people and found success in Australia. Former Somali child soldier Emmanuel Jal with an inspirational tale of surviving a truly horrific childhood.

Pamela Travers was the creator of the universally loved fictional character, Mary Poppins. Yet the whimsical fantasies of the sugar and spice nanny bore no resemblance to ...

Pamela Travers was the creator of the universally loved fictional character, Mary Poppins. Yet the whimsical fantasies of the sugar and spice nanny bore no resemblance to Travers' real life childhood. Her mother was suicidal and needy; her father, an alcoholic rogue who died when she was seven. Pamela's imagination was her only refuge, a means of survival. And so, after virtually raising her two younger sisters she set about rewriting her life and the characters who populated it. Reinvention became a theme for PL Travers. She spent her life seeking out astrologers in California, Buddhists in Japan, was a lifelong devotee to a Russian spiritualist, and even lived for a short time with Navajo Indians in New Mexico.

Aboriginal academic, lawyer and activist Larissa Behrendt talks with Germaine Greer about addressing the crisis in indigenous communities. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on ...

Aboriginal academic, lawyer and activist Larissa Behrendt talks with Germaine Greer about addressing the crisis in indigenous communities. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on negotiating complete creative freedom. Comedian Anh Do with a warm and funny account of how he and his family arrived as Vietnamese boat people and found success in Australia. Former Somali child soldier Emmanuel Jal with an inspirational tale of surviving a truly horrific childhood.

Aboriginal academic, lawyer and activist Larissa Behrendt talks with Germaine Greer about addressing the crisis in indigenous communities. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on ...

Aboriginal academic, lawyer and activist Larissa Behrendt talks with Germaine Greer about addressing the crisis in indigenous communities. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on negotiating complete creative freedom. Comedian Anh Do with a warm and funny account of how he and his family arrived as Vietnamese boat people and found success in Australia. Former Somali child soldier Emmanuel Jal with an inspirational tale of surviving a truly horrific childhood.

The occult roots of the Third Reich. The creator of the infamous Gestapo, the Waffen SS and the concentration camp network. Perhaps the strangest individual of all the Nazi ...

The occult roots of the Third Reich. The creator of the infamous Gestapo, the Waffen SS and the concentration camp network. Perhaps the strangest individual of all the Nazi crew, Himmler was inspired by mystic visions, runes, horoscopes and a longing for a heroic German past.

George Clooney, Clive Owen and Emma Watson examine the bold moves and revolutionary innovations of Alfonso Cuaron, the Mexican director and Gravity creator whose wildly ...

George Clooney, Clive Owen and Emma Watson examine the bold moves and revolutionary innovations of Alfonso Cuaron, the Mexican director and Gravity creator whose wildly diverse movies share a uniquely visceral impact.

Host James Lipton is joined by cast members Jon Hamm, January Jones, Vincent Kartheiser, Jared Harris, Christina Hendricks, John Slattery, Kiernan Shipka, and creator Matt ...

Host James Lipton is joined by cast members Jon Hamm, January Jones, Vincent Kartheiser, Jared Harris, Christina Hendricks, John Slattery, Kiernan Shipka, and creator Matt Weiner. From Jon Hamm's troubled youth to the origin of January Jones' name to Kiernan Shipka's secret talents, Lipton leaves no stone unturned as he courses through the lives of each actor.

The Inca worshipped both a creator god and the sun, moon and stars. In this episode, host Christy Kenneally travels to the Peruvian Andes to explore the remnants of Inca ...

The Inca worshipped both a creator god and the sun, moon and stars. In this episode, host Christy Kenneally travels to the Peruvian Andes to explore the remnants of Inca civilisation - the city of Pisac, which, like all Inca cities, was designed in the shape of a sacred animal; Cajamarca, where the Inca leader Atahualpa was murdered by the Spaniards; and the sacred mountaintop city of Machu Picchu.

Aboriginal academic, lawyer and activist Larissa Behrendt talks with Germaine Greer about addressing the crisis in indigenous communities. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on ...

Aboriginal academic, lawyer and activist Larissa Behrendt talks with Germaine Greer about addressing the crisis in indigenous communities. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on negotiating complete creative freedom. Comedian Anh Do with a warm and funny account of how he and his family arrived as Vietnamese boat people and found success in Australia. Former Somali child soldier Emmanuel Jal with an inspirational tale of surviving a truly horrific childhood.

Aboriginal academic, lawyer and activist Larissa Behrendt talks with Germaine Greer about addressing the crisis in indigenous communities. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on ...

Aboriginal academic, lawyer and activist Larissa Behrendt talks with Germaine Greer about addressing the crisis in indigenous communities. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on negotiating complete creative freedom. Comedian Anh Do with a warm and funny account of how he and his family arrived as Vietnamese boat people and found success in Australia. Former Somali child soldier Emmanuel Jal with an inspirational tale of surviving a truly horrific childhood.

Aboriginal academic, lawyer and activist Larissa Behrendt talks with Germaine Greer about addressing the crisis in indigenous communities. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on ...

Aboriginal academic, lawyer and activist Larissa Behrendt talks with Germaine Greer about addressing the crisis in indigenous communities. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on negotiating complete creative freedom. Comedian Anh Do with a warm and funny account of how he and his family arrived as Vietnamese boat people and found success in Australia. Former Somali child soldier Emmanuel Jal with an inspirational tale of surviving a truly horrific childhood.

Rape Crisis Counselling Provider May Lose Contract Rape and Domestic Violence Services Australia, which began a highly successful phone counselling service 50 years ago, is ...

Rape Crisis Counselling Provider May Lose Contract Rape and Domestic Violence Services Australia, which began a highly successful phone counselling service 50 years ago, is facing possible closure in July. Armando Iannucci Labels Donald Trump A 'Walking Satire Balloon' Legendary British comedian Armando Iannucci, creator of Veep and The Thick of It, joins 7.30 to discuss US President Donald Trump and the state of satire today. Allegations Of Abuse Against People With Disabilities Fresh allegations of abuse against people with disabilities have raised concerns over current safeguards. Advocates are hopeful the NDIS will introduce a new protection system. Gold Coast Could Get Second Casino Part-owned By Chinese Government The Queensland Government is conducting community consultation on the viability of a second casino on the Gold Coast. Critics say the process is a farce, with the revelation that the Chinese Government could hold partial ownership.

Brett breaks away from city life to the town of Nieu Bethesda, a land lost in time, in the heart of the Groot Karoo. He'll be visiting Andre Cilliers, owner of the Sneuuberg ...

Brett breaks away from city life to the town of Nieu Bethesda, a land lost in time, in the heart of the Groot Karoo. He'll be visiting Andre Cilliers, owner of the Sneuuberg distillery and Two Goats Deli. Everything that's on the menu is produced on the farm. From honey, to beer, to cheese, to juicy cuts of farm-raised pork, Andre does it all. Brett talks to the curator at the Owl House about its creator and icon, Helen Martins. Helen being reason that Nieu Bethesda has become a haven for artists and artisans alike. Then, after a walk up to Nieu Bethesda's fresh water spring, tattoo artist Amy D adds a new piece to Brett's tattoo collection whilst sharing why small town life has pulled her away from her big city home.

Panellists include: Archbishop Mark Coleridge - Catholic Archbishop of Brisbane, Dr Mohamad Abdalla - Imam, Robina Courtin - Buddhist Nun, Josh Thomas - Atheist, Comedian and ...

Panellists include: Archbishop Mark Coleridge - Catholic Archbishop of Brisbane, Dr Mohamad Abdalla - Imam, Robina Courtin - Buddhist Nun, Josh Thomas - Atheist, Comedian and Actor and Deborah Conway - Jewish Atheist Singer-Songwriter.

In this epic mini-series which took America by storm, the tales of The Bible are brought to life. In the premiere episode Noah recounts the origins of man, Abraham leads his ...

In this epic mini-series which took America by storm, the tales of The Bible are brought to life. In the premiere episode Noah recounts the origins of man, Abraham leads his people to the Promised land and Moses flees Egypt.

True Stories examines the sci-fi phenomenon and most successful franchise in film history - Star Trek.

True Stories examines the sci-fi phenomenon and most successful franchise in film history - Star Trek.

This week a teenage boy is rushed to ICU at Sydney's Royal North Shore Hospital with massive burns to his body after being caught in a petrol explosion at work. Chaplain Di ...

This week a teenage boy is rushed to ICU at Sydney's Royal North Shore Hospital with massive burns to his body after being caught in a petrol explosion at work. Chaplain Di Roche supports the boy's distraught parents as their son hovers between life and death through a series of critical operations on his arms, legs and body.

What is the secret to living large in old age? This week Dateline meets a squad of octogenerian Japanese cheerleaders and a famous TV writer challenging assumptions about ...

What is the secret to living large in old age? This week Dateline meets a squad of octogenerian Japanese cheerleaders and a famous TV writer challenging assumptions about people in their 90s. Can old age be as exciting as youth? On this week's Dateline we meet people in their 80s and 90s who are looking to the future, not the past - leading fulfilling lives and staying active as they approach their centenary. In Cheerleading Grannies, we meet 86-year-old Fumie Takino, the founder of Japan Pom Pom, a cheerleading squad with an average age of 70. In Not Dead Yet, the writer of The Jeffersons and All in the Family, Norman Lear, lets us into his daily life, which still involves producing TV show - on the day we visit him he's watching auditions for a new sitcom, focused on the lives of elderly people.

The Writers' Room
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The Writers' Room: New Girl

Season 1  |  Episode 4  |  ABC  |  April 29, 2014
Go inside New Girl, the cult comedy about an adorkable girl and her three male roommates. Creator Liz Meriwether, actor Jake Johnson and the writing team share the most ...

Go inside New Girl, the cult comedy about an adorkable girl and her three male roommates. Creator Liz Meriwether, actor Jake Johnson and the writing team share the most intimate details of their off-beat writers' room.

Hosted by Tony Jones and Emma Alberici, this program provides original journalism and investigations, quality analysis and insightful interviews, combined with a fresh ...

Hosted by Tony Jones and Emma Alberici, this program provides original journalism and investigations, quality analysis and insightful interviews, combined with a fresh approach to telling important stories.

In this episode, a Newcastle mother-of-three collapses with a brain aneurism and is airlifted to Sydney's Royal North Shore Hospital for emergency surgery after doctors detect ...

In this episode, a Newcastle mother-of-three collapses with a brain aneurism and is airlifted to Sydney's Royal North Shore Hospital for emergency surgery after doctors detect dangerous bleeding in her brain. ICU Chaplain Di Roche helps the family through the crisis, particularly 12-year-old Sally who is afraid to see her mum unconscious and on life support after the operation.

Top Of The Lake
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Top Of The Lake: The Dark Creator

Season 1  |  Episode 5  |  ABC  |  June 7, 2015
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Robin is back on the case. Matt gathers troops to hunt his daughter down and Tui's friends trek deep into the mountains to celebrate her birthday, with tragic consequences.

Robin is back on the case. Matt gathers troops to hunt his daughter down and Tui's friends trek deep into the mountains to celebrate her birthday, with tragic consequences.

Geraldine Doogue interviews Indonesia's first female stand-up comedian Sakdiyah Ma'ruf. Having learnt to speak English by watching TV, she enjoys combining religion and humour ...

Geraldine Doogue interviews Indonesia's first female stand-up comedian Sakdiyah Ma'ruf. Having learnt to speak English by watching TV, she enjoys combining religion and humour with the freedom that only comedy allows.

Six different faiths... six young Australians. What will happen when they switch lives for two weeks? Freeman, a young Buddhist monk, switches lives with Anthony, a devoted ...

Six different faiths... six young Australians. What will happen when they switch lives for two weeks? Freeman, a young Buddhist monk, switches lives with Anthony, a devoted Maronite Catholic. Freeman is hosted by the St Charbel's community in Sydney's west. Anthony is spending his two weeks at Chenrezig Institute, the Buddhist monastery where Freeman spent his childhood.

The Yidinji people of Cairns are actively reclaiming their sovereign rights. Passports, birth certificates and a Police Force are now a reality - but what does it really take ...

The Yidinji people of Cairns are actively reclaiming their sovereign rights. Passports, birth certificates and a Police Force are now a reality - but what does it really take to turn away from the Crown? Murrumu tells us his story.

A series of short films that paint a compelling portrait of the people, history, culture and place of the Yolngu people whose homeland is the Arafura Swamp of north-central ...

A series of short films that paint a compelling portrait of the people, history, culture and place of the Yolngu people whose homeland is the Arafura Swamp of north-central Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory.

Focusing on The Book of Joshua, the Israelites are lead into battle at the city of Jericho by their leader Joshua. The tale of Samson and Delilah is also depicted, chronicling ...

Focusing on The Book of Joshua, the Israelites are lead into battle at the city of Jericho by their leader Joshua. The tale of Samson and Delilah is also depicted, chronicling the betrayal of Samson to the Philistines.

Sons Of Liberty
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Sons Of Liberty

Season 1  |  Episode 6  |  SBS  |  March 12, 2015
When the Royal Army's General Gage learns of his wife Margaret's affair with Joseph Warren, Gage launches a full-out assault on the colonists at Bunker Hill. Sam Adams uses ...

When the Royal Army's General Gage learns of his wife Margaret's affair with Joseph Warren, Gage launches a full-out assault on the colonists at Bunker Hill. Sam Adams uses the news of the battle to persuade the rest of the colonies to vote for independence just as the British warships begin firing on Manhattan. Now united, the colonies prepare to face their enemy, and the Revolutionary War ensues.

They're rock stars growing old. Very, very old. And while some of them are holding up pretty well for their age others have led such a destructive existence, they're falling ...

They're rock stars growing old. Very, very old. And while some of them are holding up pretty well for their age others have led such a destructive existence, they're falling apart, dissolving where they stand, crumbling into fragments of their former selves. No, they're not the Rolling Stones, they're the stones standing perfectly still and enigmatically straight-faced, on the bare, windswept hills of Rapanui, or Easter Island. Can a long-term archaeological dig crack their mysterious past and can foreign and local experts agree on a way to preserve them, before it's too late?

Comedian and artist Anh Do paints controversial, outspoken and passionate athlete Anthony Mundine. Anthony talks about what drives him and what makes him tick. (Final)

Comedian and artist Anh Do paints controversial, outspoken and passionate athlete Anthony Mundine. Anthony talks about what drives him and what makes him tick. (Final)

IQ2 Debate: Copyright is Dead. Long Live the Pirates. Arguing for the proposition: Angela Daly, Simon Groth and Suelette Dreyfus. Arguing against: Michael Fraser, Lori Flekser ...

IQ2 Debate: Copyright is Dead. Long Live the Pirates. Arguing for the proposition: Angela Daly, Simon Groth and Suelette Dreyfus. Arguing against: Michael Fraser, Lori Flekser and Elmo Keep. Protecting copyright - a losing battle?

The Real Story Of
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The Real Story Of: Exodus

Episode 5  |  The History Channel  |  August 11, 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, scientists investigate whether the biblical story of the Book of Exodus could have actually happened.

A History Of Britain
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A History Of Britain: The Wrong Empire

Season 1  |  Episode 11  |  SBS2  |  November 20, 2010
Covers the period 1750-1800. Tonight, the story of how the British Empire came into being through its early settlements - the Caribbean through the sugar plantations (and ...

Covers the period 1750-1800. Tonight, the story of how the British Empire came into being through its early settlements - the Caribbean through the sugar plantations (and helped by slavery), the land that later became the United States, and India through the British East India Company - and how it eventually came to dominate the world.

Scott meets rising star of the Australian film industry, Warwick Thornton. His debut feature Samson & Delilah, shot with untrained actors in Central Australia, won a swag of ...

Scott meets rising star of the Australian film industry, Warwick Thornton. His debut feature Samson & Delilah, shot with untrained actors in Central Australia, won a swag of international awards and put Warwick on the world stage. But life could have been very different for the kid who grew up wild on the streets of Alice Springs. Warwick talks to Scott about religion, redemption, awe and passion.

Inside the Actors Studio
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Inside the Actors Studio: Cast of Arrested Development

Season 19  |  Episode 4  |  Smooth/Arts  |  May 20, 2018
Arrested Development has won six Primetime Emmy awards including Outstanding Comedy Series in 2004, and Time magazine included it in its All-Time 100 TV Shows list. Lipton, ...

Arrested Development has won six Primetime Emmy awards including Outstanding Comedy Series in 2004, and Time magazine included it in its All-Time 100 TV Shows list. Lipton, who has a recurring guest role on Arrested Development as prison warden Stefan Gentiles, will be joined by Will Arnett, Jason Bateman, Portia de Rossi, Alia Shawkat, Jeffrey Tambor, Jessica Walter, and creator Mitch Hurwitz. In the episode, series creator Mitch Hurwitz unveils his real-life inspiration behind the Banana Stand and the personal meaning behind the name 'Maeby'. Find out the stars' favourite season four moments, which cast member swore off television after many false starts, who moonlights as a teacher, and the genesis of Portia de Rossi's name.

The Bible: A History
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The Bible: A History: Creation

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  SBS  |  November 6, 2011
A revealing exploration of one of the world's most influential books. Each episode is presented by a prominent commentator and thinker who explores the ideas and influence of ...

A revealing exploration of one of the world's most influential books. Each episode is presented by a prominent commentator and thinker who explores the ideas and influence of seven books of the Scriptures, tracing how they came into existence and how they have shaped the world we live in today.

Court action against a well known newspaper columnist who questioned the Indigenous credentials of light skinned Aboriginal people has created a furore over the issue of ...

Court action against a well known newspaper columnist who questioned the Indigenous credentials of light skinned Aboriginal people has created a furore over the issue of Aboriginality. Amid the debate, we ask Indigenous Australians whether skin colour determines your cultural identity.

In January 1953, Pravda published on its front page an article revealing a conspiracy of 'criminal-doctors', who were mainly Jewish. They were accused of murdering two Party ...

In January 1953, Pravda published on its front page an article revealing a conspiracy of 'criminal-doctors', who were mainly Jewish. They were accused of murdering two Party leaders and of conspiring against Stalin himself. In response, Stalin organised the most violent anti-Semitic campaign ever launched in the USSR, aimed mostly at Jewish doctors. In this program, the children and friends of the main victims recount their experiences related to these nightmarish events.

The 'Godfather of Italian cooking', Antonio Carluccio returns to SBS with a brand new series as he ventures into a special part of Australia and learns about the important ...

The 'Godfather of Italian cooking', Antonio Carluccio returns to SBS with a brand new series as he ventures into a special part of Australia and learns about the important role that food plays in Australia's Indigenous culture. In this first episode, he receives a traditional welcome to country by Noongar Elder Richard Walley. Richard takes Antonio to a tourist destination which has a long history for his people. Together they cook the most amazing seafood. (Class. tba)

Unwanted If you think America is the heart of modern civilisation, this story will surely change your mind. There, a trade in unwanted children exists and the way they do it ...

Unwanted If you think America is the heart of modern civilisation, this story will surely change your mind. There, a trade in unwanted children exists and the way they do it is distressing. It's known as 're-homing', and when parents decide they no longer want their adopted child, they simply advertise them on websites to lure prospective new parents. It's as straightforward as getting rid of an old fridge on eBay. There is no vetting or court orders required and the children can be handed over to anyone. Not surprisingly, the consequences for these disposable kids are often disastrous. Mind Boggling Depending on your memory, you may or may not recall a story 60 Minutes made five years ago about a small group of extraordinary people who can remember every detail of their lives, stretching back decades. They can remember where they were and what they did on any particular day in any particular year. Scientists are intrigued by this rare ability and hope a better understanding of it might one day lead to cures for sufferers of dementia and Alzheimer's Disease. Since the original story went to air, the number of people diagnosed with highly superior autobiographical memory has grown from 10 to 60 - and now includes the first Australian. Twenty-six-year-old Becky Sharrock's mind retains so much detailed information it almost defies belief; she can even recite every word of every Harry Potter book. But while the idea of a super memory might sound appealing, it can also be a curse. 60 Minutes Timeless: The Ferals Having worked at 60 Minutes for almost a quarter of a century, Charles Wooley reckons he's encountered more alternative views than he can remember. That's the fun of the job he says, although a willingness to be open-minded and patient when listening to them is important. In 1995 Charlie travelled to the rainforests of northern NSW to meet a tribe of young Australians who'd taken up residence there. They called themselves the Ferals, because like feral animals they'd turned wild after escaping from captivity. They were young people, mostly from middle-class homes, who'd turned their backs on the 20th century and were living off the land. Charlie enjoyed his time with the Ferals, but when his story was broadcast it provoked one of largest reactions 60 Minutes has ever received. At home, you were outraged.

Louis Theroux brings together some of the more outrageous stars of his 'Weird Weekends' series for a Christmas lunch in New York, including Christian fundamentalist Randy ...

Louis Theroux brings together some of the more outrageous stars of his 'Weird Weekends' series for a Christmas lunch in New York, including Christian fundamentalist Randy James, pornographer JJ Michaels, Mike Oehler (who lives in a hole) and Reverend Robert Short (who contacts aliens).

The extraordinary story of one of Britain's fastest-growing religious groups, and its eccentric creator.

The extraordinary story of one of Britain's fastest-growing religious groups, and its eccentric creator.

Hosted by Ridley Scott, this series explores how the great minds of science fiction imagined our future for us. Mary Shelley set out to create a monster, and along the way she ...

Hosted by Ridley Scott, this series explores how the great minds of science fiction imagined our future for us. Mary Shelley set out to create a monster, and along the way she created a masterpiece. In 1816, teenager Mary begins stitching together a patchwork of ancient legend, modern technology, and personal tragedy - giving life to her novel, Frankenstein - and the genre of science fiction.

Tetsuya's restaurant in Sydney was once again this year named as one of the top 50 restaurants in the world. This new documentary takes an intimate look one of Australia's ...

Tetsuya's restaurant in Sydney was once again this year named as one of the top 50 restaurants in the world. This new documentary takes an intimate look one of Australia's brightest culinary stars.

Beach safety for secondary students

Sun, sand and surf. Just because we're having fun doesn't mean we can forget about safety. Rip currents account for 80 percent of beach rescues, and can be dangerous or deadly if you don't know what to do. Learn to stay safe with Bondi Rescue.

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