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Music Voyager
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Music Voyager: Portrait of the Artists' City: A Music Voyager Documentary Special

NITV  |  May 26, 2017
Through the intersecting worlds of five amazing artists we come to experience a city's creative soul. From music superstar Janelle Monae and Arrested Development, to the ...

Through the intersecting worlds of five amazing artists we come to experience a city's creative soul. From music superstar Janelle Monae and Arrested Development, to the creative culinary genius of the Gun Show restaurant, to the colourful lantern parade, come together on creative collage to tell the story of Atlanta.

Music Voyager
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Music Voyager: Colombia: The New Medellin

NITV  |  February 24, 2017
This music-based travel series invites viewers to discover the exciting sounds of the planet. Ethnomusicologist and record producer Jacob Edgar embarks on a quest to find the ...

This music-based travel series invites viewers to discover the exciting sounds of the planet. Ethnomusicologist and record producer Jacob Edgar embarks on a quest to find the world's best songs.

My Year 7 Life
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My Year 7 Life

Season 1  |  Episode 15  |  ABC ME  |  April 30, 2018
Eleena's tactics to get to know a boy she likes pays off, Wyatt gets detention over inappropriate behaviour, Rosie misses her old best friends from primary school, and Ben ...

Eleena's tactics to get to know a boy she likes pays off, Wyatt gets detention over inappropriate behaviour, Rosie misses her old best friends from primary school, and Ben grapples with whether to go out with a girl.

Music Voyager
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Music Voyager: Israel: Voices from the Desert

NITV  |  April 30, 2018
This music-based travel series invites viewers to discover the exciting sounds of the planet. Ethnomusicologist and record producer Jacob Edgar embarks on a quest to find the ...

This music-based travel series invites viewers to discover the exciting sounds of the planet. Ethnomusicologist and record producer Jacob Edgar embarks on a quest to find the world's best songs.

Australian Biography
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Australian Biography: Dame Beryl Beaurepaire

Season 11  |  Episode 3  |  SBS  |  March 25, 2010
Born in 1923, women's activist Dame Beryl Beaurepaire is a pioneering Australian feminist. After serving in the Women's Auxiliary Australian Air Force during World War II, she ...

Born in 1923, women's activist Dame Beryl Beaurepaire is a pioneering Australian feminist. After serving in the Women's Auxiliary Australian Air Force during World War II, she married Ian Beaurepaire of the Olympic Tyre dynasty and became Melbourne's Lady Mayoress.

Small Business Secrets
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Small Business Secrets

Season 4  |  Episode 14  |  SBS  |  May 13, 2018
This program shines a light on the small business owners and innovators playing a vital role in Australia's economic growth.

This program shines a light on the small business owners and innovators playing a vital role in Australia's economic growth.

Against All Odds: Inside Statistics
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Against All Odds: Inside Statistics: One-way ANOVA

ABC ME  |  May 14, 2018
Does holding a heavier clipboard make you estimate that a jar of coins has more money in it than if you're holding a lighter clipboard? Psychologists use one-way ANOVA to ...

Does holding a heavier clipboard make you estimate that a jar of coins has more money in it than if you're holding a lighter clipboard? Psychologists use one-way ANOVA to analyse the data from this experiment.

Planet Earth II
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Planet Earth II: Jungle

Season 2  |  Episode 3  |  Nine  |  March 8, 2017
Jungles provide the richest habitats on the planet - mysterious worlds of high drama where extraordinary animals attempt to survive in the most competitive place on earth.

Jungles provide the richest habitats on the planet - mysterious worlds of high drama where extraordinary animals attempt to survive in the most competitive place on earth.

The Art Of Survival
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The Art Of Survival

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  SBS2  |  July 17, 2013
Both teams arrive on Italy's Amalfi Coast. After a gruelling 12-hour overland journey, classical cellist Li Lu and soprano Lindsey Crow are in Positano, ready to perform for ...

Both teams arrive on Italy's Amalfi Coast. After a gruelling 12-hour overland journey, classical cellist Li Lu and soprano Lindsey Crow are in Positano, ready to perform for wealthy Italian holiday makers with deep pockets.

Walking Through History
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Walking Through History: The Birth of Industry

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  SBS  |  July 27, 2013
In this episode, Tony takes a 65-kilometre walk through the glorious Peak District, along the Derwent Valley, where the world's industrial revolution was born. This is a ...

In this episode, Tony takes a 65-kilometre walk through the glorious Peak District, along the Derwent Valley, where the world's industrial revolution was born. This is a journey that reveals how Britain transformed itself from a nation of farmers into the industrial powerhouse of the world.

Restoration Man
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Restoration Man: Longhurst Lodge - Surrey

Season 2  |  Episode 14  |  ABC  |  July 23, 2013
It was love at first sight when theatre producer Vanessa Ford Robbins and her partner Nik Huddy saw this unusual two up, two down Victorian gate lodge nestled on the ...

It was love at first sight when theatre producer Vanessa Ford Robbins and her partner Nik Huddy saw this unusual two up, two down Victorian gate lodge nestled on the boundaries of a country estate in Surrey.

Medieval Dead
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Medieval Dead: The Mysterious Woman Of Tadcaster

Season 1  |  Episode 5  |  The History Channel  |  July 13, 2013
This series reveals true stories of medieval life by examining the skeletal remains that lie buried below the earth's surface. Combining atmospheric dramatic reconstructions ...

This series reveals true stories of medieval life by examining the skeletal remains that lie buried below the earth's surface. Combining atmospheric dramatic reconstructions of gripping stories with archaeological science, Medieval Dead takes viewers deeper into the medieval world than ever before.

Medieval Dead
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Medieval Dead: The Defenders Of Masterby

Season 1  |  Episode 4  |  The History Channel  |  July 6, 2013
This series reveals true stories of medieval life by examining the skeletal remains that lie buried below the earth's surface. Combining atmospheric dramatic reconstructions ...

This series reveals true stories of medieval life by examining the skeletal remains that lie buried below the earth's surface. Combining atmospheric dramatic reconstructions of gripping stories with archaeological science, Medieval Dead takes viewers deeper into the medieval world than ever before.

Bang Goes The Theory
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Bang Goes The Theory: Rip Currents, Evolution And Making Gold

Season 5  |  Episode 2  |  SBS2  |  July 15, 2013
Liz Bonnin takes to the beach with the Royal National Lifeboat Institution to experience the power of rip currents, and Dr Yan Wong demonstrates evolution by drawing a couple ...

Liz Bonnin takes to the beach with the Royal National Lifeboat Institution to experience the power of rip currents, and Dr Yan Wong demonstrates evolution by drawing a couple of lines. Jem Stansfield returns to the workshop to turn scrap metal into gold.

Walking Through History
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Walking Through History: Frontline Dorset

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  SBS  |  July 20, 2013
In this new four-part series, Tony Robinson embarks on spectacular walks through some of Britain's most historic landscapes in search of the richest stories from the country's ...

In this new four-part series, Tony Robinson embarks on spectacular walks through some of Britain's most historic landscapes in search of the richest stories from the country's past. In each episode, Tony follows a bespoke route that allows him to explore both the history of a particularly colourful historical period or event, as well as the spectacular landscape in which those events unfolded.

Wonders Of Life
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Wonders Of Life: Size Matters

Season 1  |  Episode 4  |  ABC  |  July 18, 2013
During episode four, Size Matters, Brian Cox travels to Australia to explore how size determines the nature of life. Gravity and electromagnetism impact differently on types ...

During episode four, Size Matters, Brian Cox travels to Australia to explore how size determines the nature of life. Gravity and electromagnetism impact differently on types of life - from a single bacterium to a 110 metre tree determining shape, movement and longevity.

Bang Goes The Theory
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Bang Goes The Theory: Rockets, Robots

Season 5  |  Episode 3  |  SBS2  |  July 16, 2013
Jem Stansfield witnesses the power of rockets as she spends time with the team working on the Bloodhound land-speed record project. Dr Yan Wong re-creates an ancient Greek ...

Jem Stansfield witnesses the power of rockets as she spends time with the team working on the Bloodhound land-speed record project. Dr Yan Wong re-creates an ancient Greek experiment to measure the earth's circumference with two sticks, and Dallas Campbell goes in search of a robot he can call his own.

Medieval Dead
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Medieval Dead: Pestilence And Disease

Season 1  |  Episode 6  |  The History Channel  |  July 20, 2013
If the medieval dead could speak, what would they tell us? They would recount extraordinary tales of pagan rituals, plague, and the cruel land in which ordinary folk struggled ...

If the medieval dead could speak, what would they tell us? They would recount extraordinary tales of pagan rituals, plague, and the cruel land in which ordinary folk struggled just to stay alive.

Wonders Of Life
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Wonders Of Life: Endless Forms Most Beautiful

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  ABC  |  July 11, 2013
During this episode, Professor Brian Cox visits the richly bio-diverse hot spots of Southern Africa and Madagascar to discover why our planet is so rich in its diversity.

During this episode, Professor Brian Cox visits the richly bio-diverse hot spots of Southern Africa and Madagascar to discover why our planet is so rich in its diversity.

Medieval Dead
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Medieval Dead: Agincourt's Lost Dead

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  The History Channel  |  June 29, 2013
This series reveals true stories of medieval life by examining the skeletal remains that lie buried below the earth's surface. Combining atmospheric dramatic reconstructions ...

This series reveals true stories of medieval life by examining the skeletal remains that lie buried below the earth's surface. Combining atmospheric dramatic reconstructions of gripping stories with archaeological science, Medieval Dead takes viewers deeper into the medieval world than ever before.

Beauty Is Embarrassing
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Beauty Is Embarrassing

STUDIO  |  July 4, 2013
The irreverent and touching documentary featuring the life and times of one of America's most important artists, Wayne White. Explore the whimsical highs and crushing lows of ...

The irreverent and touching documentary featuring the life and times of one of America's most important artists, Wayne White. Explore the whimsical highs and crushing lows of the art world, and the story of a wonderfully wacky man.

Pain, Pus And Poison
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Pain, Pus And Poison: Pain

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  SBS  |  July 22, 2013
Michael Mosley tells the extraordinary story of how the world's most useful and valuable drugs were created in this new three-part series. From a simple aspirin tablet to ...

Michael Mosley tells the extraordinary story of how the world's most useful and valuable drugs were created in this new three-part series. From a simple aspirin tablet to specially grown antibiotics, people have used science to combat their aches and pains. This is a story of revelation and genius, and a story that ultimately has transformed - and saved- the lives of millions of people across the planet.

Architects Of Change
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Architects Of Change: The Right To Be Healthy

Season 1  |  Episode 9  |  ABC  |  July 1, 2013
To fight against disease and avoidable health issues, efforts should be directed towards prevention and education. This is the focus for some architects of change.

To fight against disease and avoidable health issues, efforts should be directed towards prevention and education. This is the focus for some architects of change.

Architects Of Change
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Architects Of Change: The Traditional And The New

Season 1  |  Episode 10  |  ABC  |  July 2, 2013
Some Architects of Change have decided to treat indigenous groups with respect by joining forces with them and trying to build bridges between peoples.

Some Architects of Change have decided to treat indigenous groups with respect by joining forces with them and trying to build bridges between peoples.

Bang Goes The Theory
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Bang Goes The Theory: IVF, Playground Swing And A Special Mirror

Season 4  |  Episode 2  |  SBS2  |  July 3, 2013
Liz Bonnin follows two couples undertaking IVF and explores new research that may dramatically increase success rates. Jem Stansfield sets out to become the first person to go ...

Liz Bonnin follows two couples undertaking IVF and explores new research that may dramatically increase success rates. Jem Stansfield sets out to become the first person to go 360 degrees on a playground swing, and Dr Yan Wong confuses shoppers with the help of a special mirror.

Stephen Hawking's Grand Design
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Stephen Hawking's Grand Design: The Meaning Of Life

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  SBS  |  December 23, 2012
In episode two, Hawking tackles the ultimate question: Is there a meaning to our lives? Is there a purpose to our existence? This used to be the realm of religion or ...

In episode two, Hawking tackles the ultimate question: Is there a meaning to our lives? Is there a purpose to our existence? This used to be the realm of religion or philosophy - not science. But Hawking believes philosophy is dead and that science holds the key. He explains what the laws of physics tell about who and what humans really are.

Two Greedy Italians: Still Hungry
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Two Greedy Italians: Still Hungry: Rome And Machismo

Season 1  |  Episode 4  |  SBS  |  October 25, 2012
Italian men used to be 'macho', able to stand up for their honour, woo women and do the tough things that men do. In Rome - where fathers sent their sons to become 'men' - ...

Italian men used to be 'macho', able to stand up for their honour, woo women and do the tough things that men do. In Rome - where fathers sent their sons to become 'men' - Gennaro and Antonio look at the modern Italian man and ask if there is still a place in Italy for 'macho' men.

Mega Builders
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Mega Builders: Venice - Code Red

Season 4  |  Episode 7  |  ABC2  |  October 22, 2012
It's the ultimate engineering challenge: rescue the magnificent city of Venice in Italy, before it is drowned by the Adriatic Sea. A fantastic $5.5 billion plan is taking ...

It's the ultimate engineering challenge: rescue the magnificent city of Venice in Italy, before it is drowned by the Adriatic Sea. A fantastic $5.5 billion plan is taking shape. It is called the 'Mose' project, after the biblical saviour Moses. The teams working on this project are constructing 78 massive floodgates, up to 29 metres tall that will lie on the seabed. Whenever a dangerous high tide threatens the city, the gates will rise from water and hold back the sea.

Who Do You Think You Are?
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Who Do You Think You Are?: Len Goodman

SBS  |  October 16, 2012
Known to millions as the lead judge on the BBC's Strictly Come Dancing, Len Goodman is now in his late 60s and feels it is time to find out about his ancestors. He spent much ...

Known to millions as the lead judge on the BBC's Strictly Come Dancing, Len Goodman is now in his late 60s and feels it is time to find out about his ancestors. He spent much of his childhood with his mother's parents in Bethnal Green, and it is this side of the family that Len wants to investigate.

Money, Power And Wall Street
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Money, Power And Wall Street

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  SBS2  |  November 22, 2012
Beginning with the government bailout of the collapsing investment bank Bear Stearns in the spring of 2008, this episode examines how the country's leaders - Treasury ...

Beginning with the government bailout of the collapsing investment bank Bear Stearns in the spring of 2008, this episode examines how the country's leaders - Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke and New York Federal Reserve President Timothy Geithner - struggled to respond to a financial crisis that caught them by surprise.

Megastructures
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Megastructures: Extreme Railway

National Geographic  |  January 16, 2013
The railway connecting China to Tibet is a breathtaking feat that crosses one of the most remote, extreme environments on Earth. Follow the epic five-year construction of the ...

The railway connecting China to Tibet is a breathtaking feat that crosses one of the most remote, extreme environments on Earth. Follow the epic five-year construction of the world's highest railway.

Battle Castle
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Battle Castle: Comwy

Season 1  |  Episode 4  |  SBS  |  October 21, 2012
Built by King Edward I of England in the late 13th century in northern Wales, Comwy Castle was designed to suppress Welsh rebellions against English rule. Positioned on the ...

Built by King Edward I of England in the late 13th century in northern Wales, Comwy Castle was designed to suppress Welsh rebellions against English rule. Positioned on the River Conwy, the castle's deadly entrance, lofty crenellated towers, and cleverly-designed river gate are statements to its determined King and enduring domination.

Yotam Ottolenghi's Mediterranean Feasts
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Yotam Ottolenghi's Mediterranean Feasts: Tunisia

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  SBS  |  March 14, 2013
In one of North Africa's most popular holiday destinations, Yotam dines on the freshest fish, discovers the national obsession with fiery harissa paste, and samples spicy ...

In one of North Africa's most popular holiday destinations, Yotam dines on the freshest fish, discovers the national obsession with fiery harissa paste, and samples spicy merguez sausages.

Double Trouble
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Double Trouble: Mean Girls

Season 1  |  Episode 6  |  ABC  |  October 18, 2012
Kyanna fears she's ruined her sister's chance to get into dance school, while her twin Yuma finds out about her mother and the secret of the waterhole.

Kyanna fears she's ruined her sister's chance to get into dance school, while her twin Yuma finds out about her mother and the secret of the waterhole.

The World Of Matthew Bourne
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The World Of Matthew Bourne

ABC  |  October 21, 2012
Matthew Bourne has been setting theatres around the world alight with his adaptations of some of the world's best known and loved ballets and operas. This program highlights ...

Matthew Bourne has been setting theatres around the world alight with his adaptations of some of the world's best known and loved ballets and operas. This program highlights nine of Bourne's landmark productions.

Spacefiles
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Spacefiles: Discovery - History Of Astronomy

Season 1  |  Episode 15  |  SBS  |  October 5, 2011
The history of astronomy. From the Babylonians and ancient Chinese, the first astronomers, to the Egyptians, who created our calendar of 365 days, and the Greeks who ...

The history of astronomy. From the Babylonians and ancient Chinese, the first astronomers, to the Egyptians, who created our calendar of 365 days, and the Greeks who discovered Earth is round. Copernicus, in the 16th century, worked out that the planets orbit the Sun. Galileo first used a telescope on the sky. Isaac Newton improved it - and described the effects of gravity. In the 20th century, Edwin Hubble revealed an ever-expanding Universe – into which today we peer ever deeper.

The Learning Circle
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The Learning Circle

ABC  |  January 5, 2011
Aboriginal men were invited to attend and participate in the Aboriginal Men's Sharing and Learning Circle at Camp Wollombi that considered many of the issues and challenges ...

Aboriginal men were invited to attend and participate in the Aboriginal Men's Sharing and Learning Circle at Camp Wollombi that considered many of the issues and challenges confronting today's Aboriginal men.

Don't Die Young
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Don't Die Young: Brain

Season 1  |  Episode 6  |  BBC Knowledge  |  June 18, 2011
In this no-nonsense approach to health and medicine, anatomy expert Dr Alice Roberts takes us on a high-energy revelatory trip around the body, giving us an essential guide to ...

In this no-nonsense approach to health and medicine, anatomy expert Dr Alice Roberts takes us on a high-energy revelatory trip around the body, giving us an essential guide to our internal organs. This week, she delves into the body's most complex organ - the brain - and discovers how the brain can be tricked into seeing illusions which don't exist, and how it can be trained to improve its memory function.

The Bionic Vet
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The Bionic Vet

Season 1  |  Episode 6  |  ABC  |  February 10, 2011
In the final episode of this series The Bionic Vet attempts a rare operation which has only been carried out on two other dogs before.

In the final episode of this series The Bionic Vet attempts a rare operation which has only been carried out on two other dogs before.

Kylie Kwong: My China
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Kylie Kwong: My China: Fujian

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  ABC  |  December 11, 2010
This week, Kylie continues her search for Chinese culinary traditions in the Fujian province on China's south coast. The region is the ancestral homeland of millions of ...

This week, Kylie continues her search for Chinese culinary traditions in the Fujian province on China's south coast. The region is the ancestral homeland of millions of Chinese who live outside China in SE Asia. The region is also home to oysters, ketchup and China's gypsies, the Hakka.

Bill's Tasty Weekends
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Bill's Tasty Weekends: Camber Sands

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  ABC  |  August 12, 2011
Sun, sea and sand and Bill's trusty barbecue are the perfect ingredients for the Granger weekend. So Bill is in his element staying in a spectacular house on the stunning ...

Sun, sea and sand and Bill's trusty barbecue are the perfect ingredients for the Granger weekend. So Bill is in his element staying in a spectacular house on the stunning beach at Camber Sands in Sussex.

Titanic: The Mission
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Titanic: The Mission: The Electrics

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  SBS  |  April 20, 2012
The engineers unleash the force that made Titanic a technological marvel: electricity. They bring to life her century-old electrical gadgetry, including one of her massive ...

The engineers unleash the force that made Titanic a technological marvel: electricity. They bring to life her century-old electrical gadgetry, including one of her massive electric ovens, and use it to host a first class dinner for some descendents of those who were aboard Titanic's maiden voyage.

Human Planet
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Human Planet: Deserts - Life In The Furnace

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  ABC  |  April 3, 2011
It's obvious, but true that the availability of water dominates life in the desert. Vital to the Kababish are the huge areas of north Sudanese desert that provide bountiful ...

It's obvious, but true that the availability of water dominates life in the desert. Vital to the Kababish are the huge areas of north Sudanese desert that provide bountiful grazing paradise after good rains. This is the fabled gizzu. It may be a 1500km round trip away and involve the crossing of a vast expanse of sandy desert, but a good three months spent here with your camels ensures wealth, status and marriage.

Race To London
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Race To London

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  ABC  |  June 19, 2012
Race To London follows six contenders - Libby Trickett, Drew Ginn, Michael Klim, Ahmed Kelly, Grace Bowman and Ryley Batt in the year leading up to the London 2012 Olympics ...

Race To London follows six contenders - Libby Trickett, Drew Ginn, Michael Klim, Ahmed Kelly, Grace Bowman and Ryley Batt in the year leading up to the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics where dreams will be made or shattered.

Sinae Choi's Korean Food Cult
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Sinae Choi's Korean Food Cult: Ep 7 Of 13

Season 1  |  Episode 7  |  SBS2  |  April 6, 2011
Join chef Sinae Choi in her kitchen as she prepares two classic Korean dishes per episode in this 13-part food series.

Join chef Sinae Choi in her kitchen as she prepares two classic Korean dishes per episode in this 13-part food series.

Get Into Textiles
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Get Into Textiles: Recycled And Sustainable Textiles

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  ABC  |  April 30, 2013
This ground-breaking and informative series explores the world of the textiles industry. Using case studies from top fashion houses, textile designers and the world's most ...

This ground-breaking and informative series explores the world of the textiles industry. Using case studies from top fashion houses, textile designers and the world's most innovative companies, this series showcases textiles in the 21st century.

Wheel2wheel
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Wheel2wheel: Hong Kong

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  SBS  |  January 20, 2013
Property developer turned philanthropist Morgan Parker undertakes an epic 25,000 kilometre solo motorcycle trek from Hong Kong to Brisbane to highlight the work of ten ...

Property developer turned philanthropist Morgan Parker undertakes an epic 25,000 kilometre solo motorcycle trek from Hong Kong to Brisbane to highlight the work of ten grassroots charitable organisations, while tackling some of the world's most pressing humanitarian issues. In the first episode, Morgan contacts Hong Kong's Clean Air Network to learn about their work to combat the air pollution problem.

Secrets Of Our Living Planet
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Secrets Of Our Living Planet: The Secret Of The Savannah

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  SBS  |  January 16, 2013
Naturalist Chris Packham reveals how animals help balance the ecosystem and contribute towards the survival of the world's plains. He investigates how white rhinos in Kenya ...

Naturalist Chris Packham reveals how animals help balance the ecosystem and contribute towards the survival of the world's plains. He investigates how white rhinos in Kenya create essential nitrogen hotspots by trimming and fertilising grass, how fruit-eating maned wolves control the Brazilian Cerrado, how the Australian outback is managed by rat kangaroos and bandicoots, and how termites are a worldwide source of protein.

Double Trouble
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Double Trouble: Going Home

Season 1  |  Episode 12  |  ABC  |  November 29, 2012
After tearful farewells, Kyanna heads back to Alice Springs, but the twins remain determined to sort out the mystery of why they were separated at birth.

After tearful farewells, Kyanna heads back to Alice Springs, but the twins remain determined to sort out the mystery of why they were separated at birth.

Trevor Mcdonald: Mighty Mississippi
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Trevor Mcdonald: Mighty Mississippi

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  SBS  |  December 21, 2012
In the final episode, Trevor talks baseball in St Louis, visits the town that inspired the Huckleberry Finn novels, explores the heavily guarded Rock Island - one of the ...

In the final episode, Trevor talks baseball in St Louis, visits the town that inspired the Huckleberry Finn novels, explores the heavily guarded Rock Island - one of the largest weapons manufacturing facilities in the world, meets the Mayor of Minneapolis, and learns an intriguing fact about cheerleading.

Stephen Fry: Gadget Man
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Stephen Fry: Gadget Man: Work Made Easy

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  ABC  |  May 23, 2013
In this third episode, Stephen Fry examines devices that make work easier and more fun. He meets up with Lord Alan Sugar to road test some of the latest work-saving gizmos, ...

In this third episode, Stephen Fry examines devices that make work easier and more fun. He meets up with Lord Alan Sugar to road test some of the latest work-saving gizmos, and also plays around with some of Lord Sugar's early inventions. There's also a coffee machine that talks to your phone, a pen that transcribes notes direct to your computer and an executive sleep pod.

Lang Lang In Sydney
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Lang Lang In Sydney

ABC  |  May 12, 2013
World renowned concert pianist Lang Lang in performance with the SSO at the Sydney Opera House.

World renowned concert pianist Lang Lang in performance with the SSO at the Sydney Opera House.

The Restaurant
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The Restaurant: The Banquet

Season 1  |  Episode 8  |  ABC  |  October 31, 2012
It's the final episode and just two out of the nine couples remain. Legendary chef Raymond Blanc and his two investors Sarah Willingham and David Moore must now decide which ...

It's the final episode and just two out of the nine couples remain. Legendary chef Raymond Blanc and his two investors Sarah Willingham and David Moore must now decide which couple will become their new business partners - but first a huge challenge lies ahead.

The Restaurant Inspector
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The Restaurant Inspector: Horeau's Fish and Seafood Restaurant

Season 1  |  Episode 5  |  ABC  |  December 5, 2012
Fernando Peire coaxes and inspires often reluctant restaurateurs into taking a fresh, hard look at their businesses and making the changes that could bring them back to ...

Fernando Peire coaxes and inspires often reluctant restaurateurs into taking a fresh, hard look at their businesses and making the changes that could bring them back to vibrant life.

South Africa Walks
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South Africa Walks: The Green Kalahari

Season 1  |  Episode 4  |  SBS  |  April 26, 2013
Julia's Bradbury's final walk takes her to the remote north-west corner of South Africa.

Julia's Bradbury's final walk takes her to the remote north-west corner of South Africa.

The Restaurant Inspector
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The Restaurant Inspector: Bamber's Restaurant

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  ABC  |  November 14, 2012
Fernando Peire coaxes and inspires often reluctant restaurateurs into taking a fresh, hard look at their businesses and making the changes that could bring them back to ...

Fernando Peire coaxes and inspires often reluctant restaurateurs into taking a fresh, hard look at their businesses and making the changes that could bring them back to vibrant life.

Britain's Best Drives
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Britain's Best Drives: The Trossachs

Season 1  |  Episode 6  |  SBS  |  May 31, 2013
For his final drive, Richard returns to the country of his birth in a splendid 1950s Bentley. He drops in on his sister, returns to the original 'Dr Finlay' house, drives ...

For his final drive, Richard returns to the country of his birth in a splendid 1950s Bentley. He drops in on his sister, returns to the original 'Dr Finlay' house, drives Scotland's most famous road in the company of a bevy of vintage bikers, and discovers just what it is about great vistas that gives us all such a thrill.

The Grape Escape
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The Grape Escape: Narbonne VI

Season 1  |  Episode 10  |  SBS2  |  December 8, 2012
Entertaining French sommelier Olivier Magny uncorks the mysteries of wine. Touring beautiful vineyards from Burgundy to Bordeaux, Olivier reveals the varieties and origins of ...

Entertaining French sommelier Olivier Magny uncorks the mysteries of wine. Touring beautiful vineyards from Burgundy to Bordeaux, Olivier reveals the varieties and origins of some of the most popular wines and explains what makes a top tipple.

Bang Goes The Theory
27:57

Bang Goes The Theory: Ice Boats, Comets, Hypothermia

Season 3  |  Episode 6  |  SBS2  |  June 28, 2013
Jem Stansfield builds a boat out of ice and tests it on one of the UK's busiest stretches of water. Dallas Campbell learns about the world of comets and tries to create his ...

Jem Stansfield builds a boat out of ice and tests it on one of the UK's busiest stretches of water. Dallas Campbell learns about the world of comets and tries to create his own, and Liz Bonnin endures being put in ice-cold water as she investigates the science behind hypothermia.

Megastructures
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Megastructures: Singapore's Vegas

National Geographic  |  February 18, 2013
Singapore's new Marina Bay Sands landmark is one of the largest and most complex construction projects ever, with hotel towers, a museum, casino, waterfront promenade, ...

Singapore's new Marina Bay Sands landmark is one of the largest and most complex construction projects ever, with hotel towers, a museum, casino, waterfront promenade, theatres and a skypark.

Monty Halls' Island Escape
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Monty Halls' Island Escape

Season 1  |  Episode 5  |  SBS  |  January 25, 2013
Marine biologist Monty Halls is back in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland, living the good life and working as a volunteer wildlife ranger in the Outer Hebrides. As ...

Marine biologist Monty Halls is back in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland, living the good life and working as a volunteer wildlife ranger in the Outer Hebrides. As November starts, Monty realises that he has loads of work to do and little time left.

Wildest Latin America
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Wildest Latin America: Venezuela

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  SBS  |  February 20, 2013
This series explores Latin America's most iconic and dramatic locations. This episode takes us to Venezuela, exploring the river Orinoco, discovering a delta haunted by pumas ...

This series explores Latin America's most iconic and dramatic locations. This episode takes us to Venezuela, exploring the river Orinoco, discovering a delta haunted by pumas and festooned with Scarlet Ibis.

Budding Stars Of The Paris Opera Ballet
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Budding Stars Of The Paris Opera Ballet: On Progress

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  SBS  |  May 18, 2013
The 300-year old Paris Opera Ballet School is today a fabled place with an international reputation. It is home to 130 pupils, aged from 8 to 18, all driven by an intense ...

The 300-year old Paris Opera Ballet School is today a fabled place with an international reputation. It is home to 130 pupils, aged from 8 to 18, all driven by an intense desire to succeed. Over the course of one year, this series follows the young dancers in their endeavours to survive the gruelling disciplines and training, to eventually form an elite group of ballet dancers at the top of their profession.

The Midwives
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The Midwives: Room Service

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  ABC  |  February 28, 2013
Episode three follows the midwives on the maternity ward of Wirral Wirral Women and Children's hospital, near Liverpool. They look after mothers who can't or won't be at home ...

Episode three follows the midwives on the maternity ward of Wirral Wirral Women and Children's hospital, near Liverpool. They look after mothers who can't or won't be at home in the days immediately after their baby is born. The occupants of each of the 26 single en-suite rooms on the ward present the midwives with a different problem. They see a mix of antenatal and postnatal patients. This means medically high risk mums waiting to have their baby may be staying in the room next door to anxious first time parents.

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