The Queen's Diamond Jubilee Day
56:59

The Queen's Diamond Jubilee Day

ABC June 6, 2012

Personal and social capability

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An hour-long highlights package introduced by Stephanie Brantz, of the Service of Thanksgiving at St Paul's Cathedral, followed by a formal procession. The Queen and the Duke ...

An hour-long highlights package introduced by Stephanie Brantz, of the Service of Thanksgiving at St Paul's Cathedral, followed by a formal procession. The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh, together with other members of the royal family, will attend a service of thanksgiving at St Paul's Cathedral, which will be followed by a formal carriage procession.

Our World
21:53

Our World: Crossing Steinbeck's America

BBC World News September 24, 2011

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As America grapples with a deepening recession, white-collar workers are now losing their homes in increasing numbers. Paul Mason travels the country down the same road as ...

As America grapples with a deepening recession, white-collar workers are now losing their homes in increasing numbers. Paul Mason travels the country down the same road as John Steinbeck's migrants in The Grapes of Wrath. Visiting homeless shelters along the way, he unexpectedly finds a growing number of middle-class people who have ended up on the street.

Our World
22:00

Our World: The Vanishing Antarctica

BBC World News April 30, 2011

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Richard Wilson travels to the West Antarctic ice shelf to see the work of the British scientists who are investigating changes to the shape of the ice - and the possible ...

Richard Wilson travels to the West Antarctic ice shelf to see the work of the British scientists who are investigating changes to the shape of the ice - and the possible consequences for our world.

Awaken
55:39

Awaken: Constitutional Recognition

NITV May 28, 2014

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Is Australia ready to vote yes to a referendum? This Awaken special, hosted by award-winning Stan Grant and filmed in front of a studio audience, features a panel discussion ...

Is Australia ready to vote yes to a referendum? This Awaken special, hosted by award-winning Stan Grant and filmed in front of a studio audience, features a panel discussion of Indigenous leaders and constitutional experts on what progress has been made to advance the discussion on Constitutional recognition of Indigenous Australians.

The Royal Wedding
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The Royal Wedding

Season 1 Episode 1 ABC April 29, 2011

Civics and citizenship

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Live coverage of the wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton, at Westminster Abbey in London. The early stages of the broadcast will reflect the excitement and ...

Live coverage of the wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton, at Westminster Abbey in London. The early stages of the broadcast will reflect the excitement and anticipation building up around Central London as well as other key locations around Britain, such as St Andrews, where they both went to University and Kate's home village of Bucklebury.

Australia Votes: Leaders' Debate
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Australia Votes: Leaders' Debate

ABC August 11, 2013

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Prime Minister Kevin Rudd and Opposition Leader Tony Abbott come face to face in the first Leaders' Debate of the election campaign. ABC news presents live national coverage ...

Prime Minister Kevin Rudd and Opposition Leader Tony Abbott come face to face in the first Leaders' Debate of the election campaign. ABC news presents live national coverage from the National Press Club in Canberra.

Our World
23:19

Our World: Ruling Iran: A Profile of the Supreme Leader

BBC World News July 29, 2011

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Through interviews with relatives, biographers and politicians, James Reynolds profiles Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Iran's supreme leader. Who is this man? And how has he ...

Through interviews with relatives, biographers and politicians, James Reynolds profiles Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Iran's supreme leader. Who is this man? And how has he consolidated Iran's Islamic Revolution?

Our World
24:38

Our World: In Darwin's Footsteps

BBC World News November 12, 2009

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As the world celebrates the 200th anniversary of Charles Darwin's birth, David Shukman retraces his footsteps on the Galapagos Islands that are now threatened by tourism.

As the world celebrates the 200th anniversary of Charles Darwin's birth, David Shukman retraces his footsteps on the Galapagos Islands that are now threatened by tourism.

Australian Story
28:32

Australian Story: A Fatal Attraction

ABC November 2, 2009

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This week's program continues the story of a young nurse who disappeared from a Sydney train station without trace five years ago. While Kylie Labouchardiere's family ...

This week's program continues the story of a young nurse who disappeared from a Sydney train station without trace five years ago. While Kylie Labouchardiere's family struggled to cope with their grief, the man behind the murder plotted frantically to cover his tracks.

Australian Story
28:18

Australian Story: Breaking Good

ABC April 10, 2017

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Peter Lyndon-James is a former ice addict and criminal who now runs "the nation's strictest" drug rehabilitation centre. At Shalom House in Perth, addicts agree to go "cold ...

Peter Lyndon-James is a former ice addict and criminal who now runs "the nation's strictest" drug rehabilitation centre. At Shalom House in Perth, addicts agree to go "cold turkey" off all drugs including cigarettes, get their heads shaved and go to Christian church services three times a week. The program, which gets no government funding, is proving successful, turning seemingly intractable criminals and addicts into "geeks" - upstanding, productive members of society. Lyndon-James ran a big drug-dealing operation in Western Australia and went to jail on drugs charges until radically changing his life in 2000. In the past four years, Shalom House has seen rapid growth from just a few men to now nearly 80 residents. But not all of them are happy with the strictness of the program.

Australian Story
28:19

Australian Story: The Heart of the Matter

ABC November 9, 2009

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Karen Carey is a Perth woman who grew up with a relatively simple heart problem. But when it came time for an operation to install an artificial heart valve, everything that ...

Karen Carey is a Perth woman who grew up with a relatively simple heart problem. But when it came time for an operation to install an artificial heart valve, everything that could go wrong did. At the age of thirty-four, Karen had a stroke after taking her twin sons to school. The valve was removed and another one made of pig tissue implanted. To discover what went wrong, Karen risked everything on a court case. When the case failed, she embarked on a new career as a consumer health advocate, intent on creating a better accountability framework to protect patients when medical devices fail.

Awaken
52:49

Awaken: Rachel Perkins - Storyteller

Season 1 Episode 2 NITV December 6, 2016

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Rachel Perkins is one of our foremost filmmakers. Her ability to share Indigenous stories has been widely acclaimed. Recently she has been recording the songlines of ...

Rachel Perkins is one of our foremost filmmakers. Her ability to share Indigenous stories has been widely acclaimed. Recently she has been recording the songlines of Australia's First Nations people.

Catalyst
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Catalyst: Can Seaweed Save The World?

ABC August 22, 2017

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Professor Tim Flannery investigates how seaweed is helping to save the world - from growing the foods of the future, helping clean polluted water and even combating climate ...

Professor Tim Flannery investigates how seaweed is helping to save the world - from growing the foods of the future, helping clean polluted water and even combating climate change. Growing seaweed is now a $10 billion a year global industry. Tim travels to Korea to see some of the biggest seaweed farms in the world and meets the scientists who are hoping to create a seaweed revolution here in Australia.

Australian Story
27:01

Australian Story: The Peacemaker

ABC July 3, 2017

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As we celebrate NAIDOC Week, Australian Story delves into the largely untold story of Uncle Ossie Cruse, a driving force for Aboriginal rights for more than 50 years. With ...

As we celebrate NAIDOC Week, Australian Story delves into the largely untold story of Uncle Ossie Cruse, a driving force for Aboriginal rights for more than 50 years. With only a primary school education and having lived as an itinerant worker for years, Uncle Ossie stepped into the world of politics after the 1967 referendum, which saw Indigenous Australians counted in the census for the first time. He was a quiet but persistent negotiator with a knack for getting politicians to come to the table and to listen to the concerns of his people. He took his advocacy all the way to the United Nations and became a member of the World Council of Indigenous People.

Living Black
26:49

Living Black: January 16, 2017

NITV January 18, 2017

Indigenous Australians

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Australia's leading Indigenous current affairs program. Hosted by Karla Grant.

Australia's leading Indigenous current affairs program. Hosted by Karla Grant.

Catalyst
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Catalyst: February 12, 2019

ABC February 12, 2019

Science

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This series explores the latest science on diverse topics: from human health and medical breakthroughs, to astronomy and technology.

This series explores the latest science on diverse topics: from human health and medical breakthroughs, to astronomy and technology.

Living Black
24:59

Living Black: January 9, 2017

SBS January 9, 2017

Indigenous Australians

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Australia's leading Indigenous current affairs program. Hosted by Karla Grant.

Australia's leading Indigenous current affairs program. Hosted by Karla Grant.

Catalyst
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Catalyst: Artificial Sweeteners/Antarctic Fossils

ABC August 9, 2016

Science

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ARTIFICIAL SWEETENERS Proponents say they are safe and prevent diseases like diabetes, while critics say they may cause a variety of health problems. ANTARCTIC FOSSILS ...

ARTIFICIAL SWEETENERS Proponents say they are safe and prevent diseases like diabetes, while critics say they may cause a variety of health problems. ANTARCTIC FOSSILS Fossil hunters want to know what life was like when dinosaurs became extinct 66 million years ago.