Robyn sets out to find and tame her own camels. Seeking the help of a camel wrangler Sallay Mahomet, Robyn is offered work and a single camel. After a month, Sallay gives Robyn her first camel. Later, Robyn's friends visit for a night. While there, Rick Smolan offers to help Robyn sell her story, which she politely refuses. During the party, Robyn takes space outside. Before leaving, Robyn's friend gives her a tape with a reminder of her mother. Rick, the photographer, also leaves a tip, should
Diggity accidentally ingests poison and begins to die. Robyn makes a difficult decision to put Diggity out of her pain. The loss of her companion sends Robyn into a spiral, and she struggles to continue. Fearing for Robyn's safety, Rick accidentally gives way her location and a troop of journalists descends upon her camp. That evening, Rick asks after Diggity and the next day Robyn breakdown, heartbroken and seeking companionship.
Martin Cuddihy visits Kruger National Park to investigate the poaching of rhino horns, amid calls by some ecologists to legalise the illegal trade in order to conserve the endangered animals. (Confronting images.)
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.
1553 was a turbulent year for Queen Mary. She successfully thwarted an uprising against her 'Spanish marriage' and in 1554, reluctantly approved the execution of her would-be replacement, Lady Jane Grey.
In a wideranging interview with Neil deGrasse Tyson, the famed astrophysicist discusses the formation of the moon, his college days, the relationship between race and his role as a scientist and why he wants to be buried when he dies.
Professor Melissa Fitzgerald explains how the string of amino acids present in protein undergoes different physical transformations when presented with stressors like heat or acid. The chemical change of a protein occurs when it's folded three-dimensional structure unfolds during a curing or cooking, a process known as denaturation.
Ben Milbourne flambés some caramel pineapple, and Dr Joel Gilmore explains what flambéing is and what's happening to the alcohol. When alcohol is heated, the ethanol moves to the surface of the liquid and the vapour pressure increases, allowing it to catch fire and evaporate.
In response to Sonia Kruger's arguments against Muslim migration, The Project host Waleed Aly evaluates the way Australians respond to fear and inflammatory comments amid what he calls the "inertia of outrage". Aly calls for a more constructive and constrained approach to criticism and hostility, suggesting we should send forgiveness viral.
Robyn learns her camel is pregnant, which could be helpful. Hearing Kurt's farm has a new owner; Robyn seeks the camels she is owed. The new owner refuses, but when she helps him wrangle Dookie, he gives her Dookie and Bub. Securing her camels, Robyn decides to write to the National Geographic. The next day Sallay tells her about wild bulls and delivers her packages and letters. Enclosed is a response from the National Geographic, they have agreed to sponsor her, but Rick Smolan must photograph
Robyn Davidson head to Alice Springs with her dog Diggity, attempting to escape the monotony of the city, her gender and class. After a brief stint at a local bar, she quits when she sees the owner strike an Indigenous woman. She then requests the help of a camel trainer named Kurt Posel, working on the property in exchange for two of her own camels. However Kurt doesn't respect their deal, or her as a woman.
Triumphant music plays to a crowded audience as they watch a film heralding Oceania's authoritarian society. During the presentation and man appears on the screen and the audience breaks into a hysteria of shouting. Winston is eyed by a man in the front row and begins shouting as well. The leader appears on the screen, and the crowd is sated. Later, workers sit in cubicles preparing documents, and a screen showing an image of the Big Brother directs them to think in newspeak.
Winston asks Julia is the resistance is real. The Ministry of Truth descends into chaos after an attack. Winston works tirelessly under the party's rule to re-write historical facts. At home, Winston contemplates his actions and the doublethink logic of the Ministry of Truth.
Robyn thinks of her mother, processing her trauma as she walks in solitude through the Western Desert. The dry, harsh climate begins to take a toll on her psychological state, and she is thankful to find the water tanks Rick promised to deposit for her. That evening, Robyn turns up a remote farm and takes solace in the elderly couple's kindness and company.
Robyn decides to finish what she has started, and herself and the four camels: Dookie, Bub, Zeleika and Goliath set out towards the West coast. Ricks is waiting, when Robyn and her camels arrive at the water's edge, the two change a welcoming hug before Robyn and her camels enjoy the ocean.