Landline
57:29

Landline: China Butchers/Flinders Island/Food Street/Rural News/Markets Report

ABC March 12, 2017

Business and economics

Earth and environment

Sustainability

News and current affairs

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China Butchers A young Chinese businessman who lived in Brisbane for several years is behind a string of Australian-style mini butcher shops popping up in Chengdu. Having ...

China Butchers A young Chinese businessman who lived in Brisbane for several years is behind a string of Australian-style mini butcher shops popping up in Chengdu. Having secured rights to sell Coles-branded beef the company is importing 100 tonnes of Aussie-grown beef a month. Flinders Island The Wombat Lady of Flinders Island has been caring for orphaned wombats for over 20 years. Fiona Breen meets with the lady herself and other locals on this slice-of-life island visit. Food Street A suburban neighbourhood on Queensland's Sunshine Coast has transformed the traditional backyard vegie patch by planting it on the front verge. The Urban Food Street neighbourhood now spans 11 streets and over 200 households. Rural News A look at rural issues making the news this week. Markets Report There's a lot of smart money going into agriculture at present and getting more than its share is the chicken-meat business.

Landline
58:00

Landline: Sour Milk : Murray Goulburn/Mobile Phone Blackspots/Carpageddon : Carp Virus/Reef Restoration/Markets Report

ABC May 8, 2016

Business and economics

Earth and environment

Sustainability

News and current affairs

9-10
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SOUR MILK : MURRAY GOULBURN Disbelieving dairy farmers have been told by Murray Goulburn that they 'owe' the company money. MOBILE PHONE BLACKSPOTS There are more than 6000 ...

SOUR MILK : MURRAY GOULBURN Disbelieving dairy farmers have been told by Murray Goulburn that they 'owe' the company money. MOBILE PHONE BLACKSPOTS There are more than 6000 mobile phone blackspots across Australia. CARPAGEDDON : CARP VIRUS A virulent strain of herpes will be released into the Murray Darling river system in a bid to eradicate European carp. REEF RESTORATION Shellfish reefs are being reintroduced to Oyster Bay, Albany. MARKET REPORTS Current market prices and observations with Kerry Lonergan.

Nathan For You
21:21

Nathan For You: Sporting Goods Store/Antique Shop

Season 3 Episode 4 SBS2 May 9, 2016

Business and economics

9-10
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Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
Sporting Goods Store / Antique Shop - Nathan attempts to secure an endorsement deal for a sporting-goods store, and an antique shop learns how to better utilise their 'you ...

Sporting Goods Store / Antique Shop - Nathan attempts to secure an endorsement deal for a sporting-goods store, and an antique shop learns how to better utilise their 'you break it, you buy it' policy.

Landline
58:57

Landline: October 14, 2018

ABC October 14, 2018

Business and economics

Earth and environment

Sustainability

News and current affairs

9-10
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Pip Courtney hosts Australia's pre-eminent regional and rural television program, covering farming, weather, food, innovation, mining, fisheries, agribusiness, commodity ...

Pip Courtney hosts Australia's pre-eminent regional and rural television program, covering farming, weather, food, innovation, mining, fisheries, agribusiness, commodity prices and other issues affecting regional communities. Get exclusive updates on Mexican Wave: the sugar company growing green energy, history of Australia's faithful working dogs and firearms tourism on a remote pastoral property.

Landline
57:35

Landline: July 15, 2018

ABC July 15, 2018

Business and economics

Earth and environment

Sustainability

News and current affairs

9-10
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A look at rural and regional issues making the news this week. Growing Peanuts: Plans to increase peanut plantings and local production A new name in the peanut industry is ...

A look at rural and regional issues making the news this week. Growing Peanuts: Plans to increase peanut plantings and local production A new name in the peanut industry is giving Australian growers a spring in their step. Bega Cheese, purchasers of Peanut Company of Australia, have big plans to increase local peanut plantings and production, and a goal to one day produce peanut butter using only Australian nuts. Markets Report: Market activity and analysis with Kerry Lonergan Heywire: Ajay Ajay from Casino in northern New South Wales is encouraging others to step up and choose the best path in life. Yuzu: The odd-looking citrus prized for unique flavour Yuzu grows on trees so thorny pickers need to wear welding gloves. But this odd-looking citrus is highly prized by chefs who say what it lacks in appearance - it makes up for in flavour and aroma. Ancient Grains: Adding new flavour to bread using ancient grains A South Australian bakery is leading a revival of ancient grains in a mission to add more flavour to bread. They are growing heritage wheat varieties that pack a taste punch but are hard to come by, including the iconic Australian variety Federation Wheat.

Landline
57:04

Landline: Help From Above/Rosellas/Feijoas/ Markets Report/Rural News/Heywire

ABC July 22, 2018

Business and economics

Earth and environment

Sustainability

News and current affairs

9-10
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Help from Above: The aero-medical specialists saving lives in the Top End From a single helicopter operation in 1986, the ‘Careflight’ aero-medical charity has evolved to play ...

Help from Above: The aero-medical specialists saving lives in the Top End From a single helicopter operation in 1986, the ‘Careflight’ aero-medical charity has evolved to play a crucial role in Australia’s Health System. With crews who are ‘prepared for anything’, its work across remote regions of the Top End regularly mean the difference between life and death. Rosellas: An old-fashioned favourite back in favour A farming family on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast is growing one of the few commercial rosella crops in the country, and the old-fashioned favourite is winning over plenty of new fans. Feijoas: Australian growers embrace the little known feijoa fruit They look a little like small avocados, with a flavour that’s a cross between other fruits such as pineapple, guava and strawberry. Feijoa are not very well known in Australia but as the fruit’s popularity increases, so do the number of plantings. Markets Report: Market activity and analysis with Kerry Lonergan Market activity and analysis with Kerry Lonergan. Rural News: A look at rural and regional issues making the news this week A look at rural and regional issues making the news this week. Heywire: Nia Nia has grown up surrounded by successful, strong, deaf women and has a profound message to share.

Michael Portillo: Our Housing Crisis: Who's to Blame?
1:06:33

Michael Portillo: Our Housing Crisis: Who's to Blame?

SBS December 11, 2018

Business and economics

Civics and citizenship

9-10
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Classification: Parental GuidanceClassification: Parental Guidance
As he traces the rise and fall of the British council estate, Michael Portillo investigates the story of the social housing revolution that has transformed the country.

As he traces the rise and fall of the British council estate, Michael Portillo investigates the story of the social housing revolution that has transformed the country.

Landline
56:00

Landline: Campbell's Comeback/Digging Out/If The Walls Could Talk/On The Grog/Markets Report

ABC September 20, 2015

Business and economics

Earth and environment

Sustainability

News and current affairs

9-10
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Former Queensland Premier Campbell Newman returns to the land; Who should pay for the clean-up when a mine winds down?; The Palace Hotel in Broken Hill harbours many tales ...

Former Queensland Premier Campbell Newman returns to the land; Who should pay for the clean-up when a mine winds down?; The Palace Hotel in Broken Hill harbours many tales behind its mural clad walls; A boutique distillery in the Kimberley is producing award winning rum and a look at weekly commodity prices.

Landline
58:29

Landline: Right to Farm/Beston Global Foods/A Rare Vintage/BOM Climate and Water Outlook/A Little Oasis/Markets Report

ABC August 30, 2015

Business and economics

Earth and environment

Sustainability

News and current affairs

9-10
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The Victorian government has intervened in a case that has prompted debate over rural zoning laws and the rights of a farmer to farm; A new agribusiness investing in high-end ...

The Victorian government has intervened in a case that has prompted debate over rural zoning laws and the rights of a farmer to farm; A new agribusiness investing in high-end Australian producers aims to export premium meat, dairy and seafood to China; The unlikely but enduring friendship between a Wurundjeri leader and a pioneering winemaking family; A home-made hydroponics system growing fresh fruit and vegetables; plus a look ahead at Australia's weather prospects and the markets report.

Landline
55:59

Landline: China Boom/Water Woes/Comeback Kids/Commodities Report

ABC February 8, 2015

Business and economics

Earth and environment

Sustainability

News and current affairs

9-10
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This week on Landline, three years on, have the Murray River buy-backs worked?; the China boom hits Tasmania and a new batch of quolls for South Australia.

This week on Landline, three years on, have the Murray River buy-backs worked?; the China boom hits Tasmania and a new batch of quolls for South Australia.

Pricing The Planet
47:13

Pricing The Planet

Episode 1 Al Jazeera English November 21, 2015

Business and economics

Sustainability

Ethical understanding

Critical thinking

Earth and environment

9-10
11-12
Classification: GeneralClassification: General
Economists are developing a 'green' economy to save the planet but environmentalists are not convinced. We investigate the buying and selling of nature.

Economists are developing a 'green' economy to save the planet but environmentalists are not convinced. We investigate the buying and selling of nature.

Landline
57:58

Landline: Cottoned On/Grains Forecast/No Stone Unturned/Weather/Beefing It Up

ABC May 17, 2015

Business and economics

Earth and environment

Sustainability

News and current affairs

9-10
11-12
Classification: Not ClassifiedClassification: Not Classified
This video has closed captioning
New genetically modified varieties and cheaper more reliable water have led to a southern cotton boom; Kerry Lonergan discusses the grain season and the Bureau of Meteorology ...

New genetically modified varieties and cheaper more reliable water have led to a southern cotton boom; Kerry Lonergan discusses the grain season and the Bureau of Meteorology has officially declared an El Nino weather event but what does it mean for farmers?

World's Toughest Jobs
57:05

World's Toughest Jobs: Sheep Shearing

Season 1 Episode 5 ABC2 April 29, 2015

Business and economics

Personal and social capability

Work studies

9-10
11-12
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
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In the fifth episode three young Brits desperate to sort out their finances and kick-start their lives, sign up for one of the world's toughest jobs on the other side of the ...

In the fifth episode three young Brits desperate to sort out their finances and kick-start their lives, sign up for one of the world's toughest jobs on the other side of the planet - a month working in the woolsheds of New Zealand.

Landline
56:26

Landline: The Pacific Solution/Mission Accomplished/Summer Fruits/Markets Report/Biosecurity

ABC May 3, 2015

Business and economics

Earth and environment

Sustainability

News and current affairs

9-10
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The Pacific Seasonal Workers Program is a success for these farmers and participants in Victoria; an ambitious pest eradication program; a tough season for fruit and wine ...

The Pacific Seasonal Workers Program is a success for these farmers and participants in Victoria; an ambitious pest eradication program; a tough season for fruit and wine grape producers in the Granite Belt and Biosecurity officials in Queensland are fighting on two fronts to save lucrative agricultural industries under threat from disease.

Landline
57:55

Landline: February 24, 2019

ABC February 24, 2019

Business and economics

Earth and environment

Sustainability

News and current affairs

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A special report on the devastating flooding of north-west Qld's cattle country; the changing way of selling livestock; calls to redirect Foreign Aid to farmers; and what's in ...

A special report on the devastating flooding of north-west Qld's cattle country; the changing way of selling livestock; calls to redirect Foreign Aid to farmers; and what's in a name for wine and cheese producers?

Landline
58:15

Landline: March 3, 2019

ABC March 3, 2019

Business and economics

Earth and environment

Sustainability

News and current affairs

9-10
11-12
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Queensland's destructive floodwaters bring life to the Channel Country; virtual reality helping children learn about agriculture; and a new wave of young farmers following ...

Queensland's destructive floodwaters bring life to the Channel Country; virtual reality helping children learn about agriculture; and a new wave of young farmers following their dreams.

Landline
58:07

Landline: April 28, 2019

ABC April 28, 2019

Business and economics

Earth and environment

Sustainability

News and current affairs

9-10
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Classification: Not ClassifiedClassification: Not Classified
Revisiting Queensland cattle communities devastated by flooding; The Adelaide Hills farm behind Australia's skincare giant; Ord River corn shipped out to South Korea; how ...

Revisiting Queensland cattle communities devastated by flooding; The Adelaide Hills farm behind Australia's skincare giant; Ord River corn shipped out to South Korea; how regional Australia is faring in the election campaign.

The Story of Luxury
51:14

The Story of Luxury: Ancient Greece: Nothing in Excess?

Season 1 Episode 1 SBS July 5, 2015

Business and economics

History

9-10
11-12
Classification: Parental GuidanceClassification: Parental Guidance
This video has closed captioning
Luxury isn't just a question of expensive and the beautiful objects for the rich and the powerful. It has always been much more, and much more important, than that, especially ...

Luxury isn't just a question of expensive and the beautiful objects for the rich and the powerful. It has always been much more, and much more important, than that, especially in the ancient and medieval worlds. This first episode follows the debate about luxury which convulsed ancient Greece from the beginning of the classical era. Presented by Michael Scott.