Join us for considered analysis, agenda setting interviews and a distinctive indigenous approach that investigates cultural, political and social issues from a fresh perspective.
Join us for considered analysis, agenda-setting interviews and a distinctive Indigenous approach that investigates cultural, political and social issues from a fresh perspective.
For 58 years, Barbie has been the queen of the doll world, but behind the plastic fantastic smile is a harsh truth: sales are down by 14 percent and they've been falling steadily for the last three years. Is Barbie's crown threatening to slip? Retail and fashion guru Mary Portas ventures into the blonde bombshell's world to find out whether Barbie's days are numbered.
Art is in the lifeblood of every society, and by travelling the world to where art is made, and engaging with those who make it, this unique series expands our understanding of people, places, culture and history. The series is a selection of vivid films from locations as far apart as Japan, Mexico, India, Italy and North America. Each episode features a weekend spent in one of our great cities of art such as Venice, New York, Mexico City, Beijing and Istanbul, where we seek out seminal works of the past to show how they reflect history as much as contemporary art reflects today.
Join us for considered analysis, agenda-setting interviews and a distinctive indigenous approach that investigates cultural, political and social issues from a fresh perspective.
Live from Parliament House in Canberra, Treasurer Joe Hockey delivers his second Federal Budget speech.
This series taps into the boom of the contemporary art scene and new artists. Find out why, in this eclectic, informative and educational art series, people buy art? Experience the excitement and energy surrounding the art world following a wide range of artists from performance art, author and architects. We ask the question do you have to love art or has it become a pure investment for the nouveau riche?
The ancient silk road promoted the development of human civilisation through goods circulation with cultural exchanges among the regions of different languages.
This episode travels to the heart of Australia as the contentious Uluru climb is closed by traditional owners. We speak with traditional owner Sammy Wilson about the significance of Uluru and Kata Tjuta. And, we hear about what the hopes for the national park now that the climb has closed. Hosted from Uluru by Rachael Hocking, John Paul Janke and Ryan Liddle.
A documentary that investigates the birth and death of the electric car, as well as the role of renewable energy and sustainable living in the future.
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.
Andrew Marr sets off on an epic journey through 70,000 years of human history. Using dramatic reconstructions, documentary filming around the world and cutting-edge computer graphics, he reveals the decisive moments that shaped the world we live in today, telling stories we thought we knew and others we were never told.
In this episode of this landmark series charting the story of human civilisation, Andrew Marr tells how Britain's Industrial Revolution created the modern world.
Life is full of opportunities to learn new things, no matter what your age. Explore these videos as part of Community Colleges Australia's lifelong learning programs and enrich your knowledge of the world.
From Bathurst to Jabiluka, or gold to uranium, mining has reshaped Australia's landscape, economy and society. Explore the boom times and busts of life when miners move in or move on.