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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.

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.

Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle's pinpoint accuracy saves countless lives on the battlefield and turns him into a legend. But upon returning home to his wife and children, he ...

Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle's pinpoint accuracy saves countless lives on the battlefield and turns him into a legend. But upon returning home to his wife and children, he finds he can't leave the war behind.

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, '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?'.

With guests Kevin Dillon, Kurt Coleman, Joe Sugg, Caspar Lee and H.G. Nelson, plus guest hosts Hugh Riminton, Lehmo and Meshel Laurie, and stories on a way to retain hair ...

With guests Kevin Dillon, Kurt Coleman, Joe Sugg, Caspar Lee and H.G. Nelson, plus guest hosts Hugh Riminton, Lehmo and Meshel Laurie, and stories on a way to retain hair during chemo, young botox users, and a retiring wrestler

Join Waleed Aly, Carrie Bickmore, Peter Helliar and Ryan Fitzgerald as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. Special guests: Paris ...

Join Waleed Aly, Carrie Bickmore, Peter Helliar and Ryan Fitzgerald as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. Special guests: Paris Hilton and Ben Lee.

Jenny Brockie asks why are Australians being drawn to the conflicts in Syria and Iraq, either to do humanitarian work or join the fight? Where are the influences coming from ...

Jenny Brockie asks why are Australians being drawn to the conflicts in Syria and Iraq, either to do humanitarian work or join the fight? Where are the influences coming from and what should be done about it?

With guests Rachael Taylor and Jules Schiller, and guest hosts Ray Martin and Tom Ballard, plus stories on police PTSD insurance claim problems, Tropfest's cancellation, ...

With guests Rachael Taylor and Jules Schiller, and guest hosts Ray Martin and Tom Ballard, plus stories on police PTSD insurance claim problems, Tropfest's cancellation, Charles and Camilla's visit and disability park shaming.

In a major event, Professor Brian Cox and Julia Zemiro are joined by scientists and guests to inspire Australia to explore our solar system. They tackle astronomy's most ...

In a major event, Professor Brian Cox and Julia Zemiro are joined by scientists and guests to inspire Australia to explore our solar system. They tackle astronomy's most intriguing questions.

Stories include, 'Wealth creator escapes regulator's eye', 'Silence on the Super front', 'Royal Commission gets underway' and 'Flip side of pokie reform'.

Stories include, 'Wealth creator escapes regulator's eye', 'Silence on the Super front', 'Royal Commission gets underway' and 'Flip side of pokie reform'.

On the morning America wakes up and prepares to head to the polls for the 2012 presidential election, Mark Davis and Yalda Hakim will present Dateline's unique perspective on ...

On the morning America wakes up and prepares to head to the polls for the 2012 presidential election, Mark Davis and Yalda Hakim will present Dateline's unique perspective on the world's most anticipated leadership race, live from the United States.

The story, 'An evening with Sir Michael', looks back at his successful career and recalls some of the unforgettable moments. The story, 'Never say die', features an interview ...

The story, 'An evening with Sir Michael', looks back at his successful career and recalls some of the unforgettable moments. The story, 'Never say die', features an interview with Divinyls singer, Chrissy Amphlett about her battle with breast cancer. The story, 'Super Mario v the world', speaks with Shigeru Miyamoto, the creator of Mario. Two decades on the game is still selling around the world.

Stories include, 'South Australia set to become a key battleground at the next Federal election', 'Interview: Jay Wetherill, South Australian Premier' and 'Interview: Samer ...

Stories include, 'South Australia set to become a key battleground at the next Federal election', 'Interview: Jay Wetherill, South Australian Premier' and 'Interview: Samer Nashef, heart surgeon'.

Stories include, 'Lateline's 'Late Debate' Donald Trump poll produces a surprise result', 'Panel Debate: Tom Switzer of the US Studies Centre, author Randa Abdel Fattah and ...

Stories include, 'Lateline's 'Late Debate' Donald Trump poll produces a surprise result', 'Panel Debate: Tom Switzer of the US Studies Centre, author Randa Abdel Fattah and Suzanne Kelly, an anti-Trump campaigner' and 'Interview: Jennifer Robinson, Julian Assange's lawyer'.

Is buffel grass a destructive weed or productive feed?; Comprehensive climate and weather outlook and analysis presented by the Bureau of Meteorology and Pip Courtney speaks ...

Is buffel grass a destructive weed or productive feed?; Comprehensive climate and weather outlook and analysis presented by the Bureau of Meteorology and Pip Courtney speaks with Joseph Saina, Head of the Australian Horticultural Exporters Association, regarding Vietnam's ban on Australian horticultural imports.

AFTRS chair and star of Gruen, Russel Howcroft addresses the National Press Club on the topic: The Creative Economy Deficit.

AFTRS chair and star of Gruen, Russel Howcroft addresses the National Press Club on the topic: The Creative Economy Deficit.

The cutting edge science has found that anyone can become smarter, improve their memory and reverse mental ageing with the right brain training. It can turn an ordinary brain ...

The cutting edge science has found that anyone can become smarter, improve their memory and reverse mental ageing with the right brain training. It can turn an ordinary brain into a super brain in just three months. In the second episode, Sampson, who has worked in creative industries throughout his career, travels the world to unlock the secrets of innovation and creativity.

Host Costa Georgiadis and presenters Clarence Slockee and Josh Byrne visit the Northern Territory and Western Australia in a special episode which celebrates the ways in which ...

Host Costa Georgiadis and presenters Clarence Slockee and Josh Byrne visit the Northern Territory and Western Australia in a special episode which celebrates the ways in which Indigenous people are connected to the land.

Panellists include: Lawrence Krauss - Theoretical Physicist and Cosmologist, Gene Robinson - America's First Openly Gay Bishop, Fred Nile - Conservative Morals Campaigner, ...

Panellists include: Lawrence Krauss - Theoretical Physicist and Cosmologist, Gene Robinson - America's First Openly Gay Bishop, Fred Nile - Conservative Morals Campaigner, Amanda Vanstone - Former Howard Government Minister and Susan Ryan - Age Discrimination Commissioner.

We have this year's Miles Franklin Award winner - Anna Funder on her latest work, Penny Chapman on the rewards and downfalls of making television drama and Kieran Cooney on ...

We have this year's Miles Franklin Award winner - Anna Funder on her latest work, Penny Chapman on the rewards and downfalls of making television drama and Kieran Cooney on the NBN and humanising and taming technology.

Is Richard Dawkins right? Are Christians dumb, delusional and dangerous? John Stackhouse sets himself up in direct opposition to Dawkins in his address at the Sydney ...

Is Richard Dawkins right? Are Christians dumb, delusional and dangerous? John Stackhouse sets himself up in direct opposition to Dawkins in his address at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.

A fisheries expert is approached by a consultant to help realise a sheik's vision of bringing the sport of fly-fishing to the desert and embarks on an upstream journey of ...

A fisheries expert is approached by a consultant to help realise a sheik's vision of bringing the sport of fly-fishing to the desert and embarks on an upstream journey of faith and fish to prove the impossible possible.

The internet has transformed everything from how we enjoy entertainment and media to how we shop, learn and make friends. But how did the Internet begin? This BAFTA ...

The internet has transformed everything from how we enjoy entertainment and media to how we shop, learn and make friends. But how did the Internet begin? This BAFTA Award-winning series, presented by Aleks Krotoski, explores this by bringing together everyone who's anyone on the web - from Microsoft's Bill Gates to Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, Wikipedia's Jimmy Wales to Amazon's Jeff Bezos, and influential online figures, Al Gore and Stephen Fry.

TV history will reveal that there were two Graham Kennedys - the funny, somewhat irreverent and controversial one who inhabited our living rooms for so many years - and the ...

TV history will reveal that there were two Graham Kennedys - the funny, somewhat irreverent and controversial one who inhabited our living rooms for so many years - and the other, an intensely private, shy but affable man who talks for the first time in this brand-new documentary tribute. He speaks about his childhood, the early days in radio and TV, and his thoughts on life, marriage and death.

Fake Or Fortune?
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Fake Or Fortune?: Rembrandt

Season 1  |  Episode 4  |  ABC  |  September 20, 2011
In this closing episode, suspicions are aroused when Philip and his researcher spot a rogue picture for sale in a South African auction house. It exudes all the classic scents ...

In this closing episode, suspicions are aroused when Philip and his researcher spot a rogue picture for sale in a South African auction house. It exudes all the classic scents of being a 'sleeper', an important picture that has been miscatalogued and offered for a very low price.

IQ2 Debate: We are becoming enslaved by our technology. For: Peter Singer, Antony Loewenstein and Asher Wolf. Against: Bernard Keene, Alastair McGibbon and Katina Michael.

IQ2 Debate: We are becoming enslaved by our technology. For: Peter Singer, Antony Loewenstein and Asher Wolf. Against: Bernard Keene, Alastair McGibbon and Katina Michael.

Creator of The Wire, the brilliant TV series set in Baltimore; David Simon addresses a packed Opera House for the Festival of Dangerous Ideas. The session is titled: 'Some ...

Creator of The Wire, the brilliant TV series set in Baltimore; David Simon addresses a packed Opera House for the Festival of Dangerous Ideas. The session is titled: 'Some people are more equal than others', and Michael Williams is chair.

The White House is probably the most famous building in the world: a living symbol, an icon of democracy, and home to one of the most powerful people on Earth. It's where the ...

The White House is probably the most famous building in the world: a living symbol, an icon of democracy, and home to one of the most powerful people on Earth. It's where the president of the United States of America charts the course for the country, and where a family lives in the national spotlight. As the iconic monument reaches 200 years of history, this documentary celebrates through the stories of the First Families who have called it home, and through the recollections of workers, historians and members of the press who have spent time within the illustrious building. Standing at the epicentre of global politics, in the heart of the nation's capital, the story of the White House is the story of America itself.

When Tim Dormer won Big Brother, he promised to take fellow contestant Ben to Elvis' Graceland. When Ben's ongoing struggle with depression was made public after an attempted ...

When Tim Dormer won Big Brother, he promised to take fellow contestant Ben to Elvis' Graceland. When Ben's ongoing struggle with depression was made public after an attempted suicide, what began as a holiday turned into a rescue mission to help Ben find a new lease on life.

The Mentor
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The Mentor: Anjeos Hairdressing

Season 1  |  Episode 6  |  Seven  |  May 28, 2018
Australian entrepreneur Mark Bouris travels Australia to answer the call from struggling small business owners. The mentor will help each of the businesses evolve and improve ...

Australian entrepreneur Mark Bouris travels Australia to answer the call from struggling small business owners. The mentor will help each of the businesses evolve and improve their situation.

Fry's Planet Word
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Fry's Planet Word: The Power And The Glory

Season 1  |  Episode 5  |  ABC  |  April 8, 2012
Storytelling has been with us as long as language itself. In this episode Stephen uncovers why certain words can make us laugh, cry or tear our hair out and discovers through ...

Storytelling has been with us as long as language itself. In this episode Stephen uncovers why certain words can make us laugh, cry or tear our hair out and discovers through history what has made a good story.

Charles Perkins Oration celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Mabo case featuring two speakers; Gail Mabo (one of Eddie Mabo's daughters) and Bryan Keon-Cohen (Junior ...

Charles Perkins Oration celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Mabo case featuring two speakers; Gail Mabo (one of Eddie Mabo's daughters) and Bryan Keon-Cohen (Junior Counsel in both Mabo cases as well as Counsel in the Wik v State of Queensland action). Then Dr Carolyn MacCann explains Emotional Intelligence - fact or fiction?

Vikram Chandra is a fiction writer and computer programmer. You may not necessarily see the connection straight away, but in this elegant and intriguing conversation conducted ...

Vikram Chandra is a fiction writer and computer programmer. You may not necessarily see the connection straight away, but in this elegant and intriguing conversation conducted by Adam Spencer , the relationship becomes clear.

Following the screening of the documentary Between A Frock And A Hard Place, Guest host Tom Ballard presents a Q&A Special exploring the changing social attitudes to sexuality ...

Following the screening of the documentary Between A Frock And A Hard Place, Guest host Tom Ballard presents a Q&A Special exploring the changing social attitudes to sexuality and gender. Panellists include: Professor Dennis Altman - Gay rights activist and author, Paul Capsis - Entertainer, Julie McCrossin - Broadcaster and journalist, Fred Nile - Conservative Morals Campaigner, Julia Doulman - Transgender woman and Katherine Hudson - Founder, Wear it Purple.

George the Farmer is a fictional character created to teach Australian children about farming and where their food and fibre comes from; In a career spanning 40 years, master ...

George the Farmer is a fictional character created to teach Australian children about farming and where their food and fibre comes from; In a career spanning 40 years, master horseman Bill Willoughby has worked on Australian films including Breaker Morant, Gallipoli and The Lighthorsemen and an exhibition of photographs and paintings from western Queensland women explores life and work in remote parts of Australia.

For many non-Muslim Australians, the mosque is shrouded in mystery, and for some, controversy. But how many Australians have ever stepped inside one? For the first time in ...

For many non-Muslim Australians, the mosque is shrouded in mystery, and for some, controversy. But how many Australians have ever stepped inside one? For the first time in Australia, television cameras were given unprecedented 24-hour access into one of Australia's oldest mosques - Holland Park Mosque in Brisbane - to join a community rarely seen from the inside. This year, the mosque finds itself in the firing line as never before, as it faces increasing hostility from the wider Australian public and spiralling pressures from within.

Ian Hislop and John Eliot Gardiner reveal the story behind Beethoven's Fifth Symphony. Described as the "greatest 'great' piece ever written", its opening notes are among the ...

Ian Hislop and John Eliot Gardiner reveal the story behind Beethoven's Fifth Symphony. Described as the "greatest 'great' piece ever written", its opening notes are among the most recognisable in history. But no one really knows what Beethoven was trying to express with this piece. The traditional wisdom is that he is railing against fate and his deafness. But John Eliot believes the music expresses Beethoven's belief in the French Revolution. This is turbulent music from a turbulent man living in a turbulent age. John Eliot and Ian Hislop bring to life the exciting and dangerous times that shaped Beethoven personally and creatively.

It's been four years since Living Black first reported on the ancient Aboriginal rock art under threat from mining in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Now, there are ...

It's been four years since Living Black first reported on the ancient Aboriginal rock art under threat from mining in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Now, there are calls for the Burrup Peninsula's thousands of rock engravings to be World Heritage Listed. One of Australia's most valuable art collections sits in a commercial storage facility because no museum or gallery will offer it a home. Plus, behind the rustic coastal appearance of regional Victoria's Warrnambool, there's a less picturesque reality.

Kill It, Cut It, Use It
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Kill It, Cut It, Use It: Fish

Season 1  |  Episode 4  |  ABC2  |  November 16, 2011
In this episode, Julia discovers how fish and seafood end up inside everything from hairspray and beer, perfume and guitars.

In this episode, Julia discovers how fish and seafood end up inside everything from hairspray and beer, perfume and guitars.

Grand Designs
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Grand Designs: Hampshire

Season 7  |  Episode 2  |  ABC  |  September 6, 2015
Eight years ago the Reays bought a run down medieval thatched cottage and lovingly restored it. Then a fault in the chimney caused a fire which destroyed the entire building. ...

Eight years ago the Reays bought a run down medieval thatched cottage and lovingly restored it. Then a fault in the chimney caused a fire which destroyed the entire building. Nine months later, they decided to start again.

An intimate look at the Australian cinematographer Dean Semler, who won an Academy Award for Dances With Wolves. After the glamour of Hollywood, he returns to his humble ...

An intimate look at the Australian cinematographer Dean Semler, who won an Academy Award for Dances With Wolves. After the glamour of Hollywood, he returns to his humble beginnings in country South Australia.

Alexander Armstrong and Dr Michael Scott uncover the wonderful facades and artworks that mask a hidden story of intrigue and secrecy in the romantic city of Florence. The ...

Alexander Armstrong and Dr Michael Scott uncover the wonderful facades and artworks that mask a hidden story of intrigue and secrecy in the romantic city of Florence. The latest 3D technology reveals how the city's secret corridors of power were the foundation of the city's Renaissance glory, and the one powerful dynasty who was behind it all: the Medicis.

Host Neil deGrasse Tyson features his interview with world champion surfer Kelly Slater.

Host Neil deGrasse Tyson features his interview with world champion surfer Kelly Slater.

The second leg of Andrew and Giorgio's journey down the west coast of Italy takes them to Lazio. Usually, this region's capital, Rome, takes centre stage, but not this time.

The second leg of Andrew and Giorgio's journey down the west coast of Italy takes them to Lazio. Usually, this region's capital, Rome, takes centre stage, but not this time.

Part two looks at the phenomenon of talk show hosts and news reporters as celebrities. David Letterman emerges while Walter Kronkite retires. Women take their rightful place ...

Part two looks at the phenomenon of talk show hosts and news reporters as celebrities. David Letterman emerges while Walter Kronkite retires. Women take their rightful place in all facets of presenting, journalism and production, while the civil rights movement reaches a crescendo. CNN launches and Australian newspaper mogul Murdoch dares to start Fox TV. Golden Girls is a massive hit, while reality TV raises a fairly ugly head, contrasted with the excesses of soaps such as Dynasty and The Colbys.

Man Up
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Man Up

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  ABC  |  October 25, 2016
It’s a call to action as Gus Worland launches a campaign to tackle outdated ideas of what it means to be a man, in the hope that Aussie boys and men no longer turn to suicide ...

It’s a call to action as Gus Worland launches a campaign to tackle outdated ideas of what it means to be a man, in the hope that Aussie boys and men no longer turn to suicide as a solution. He enlists the help of the country’s top advertising minds to get the message out, but not all goes to plan. Could he be fighting a losing battle?

Chris Ostwald, a former model builder for TV, bought a beautiful plot of land in the Chiltern Hills as the place to build the home of his dreams. His plan is to build a ...

Chris Ostwald, a former model builder for TV, bought a beautiful plot of land in the Chiltern Hills as the place to build the home of his dreams. His plan is to build a replica of an American watermill.

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