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Strip The City: Venice - Sinking City
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Strip The City: Venice - Sinking City

Season 2  |  Episode 1  |  SBS  |  January 27, 2014
This series uses stunning CGI animation and expedition-driven actuality to strip major cities naked of their steel, concrete, air, ocean and bedrock - layer by layer, act by ...

This series uses stunning CGI animation and expedition-driven actuality to strip major cities naked of their steel, concrete, air, ocean and bedrock - layer by layer, act by act - to explore their hidden infrastructure and solve key mysteries surrounding their origins, geology, archaeology, industry, weather and engineering.

Bare-Faced Cheek
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Bare-Faced Cheek: Brittany

Season 2  |  Episode 4  |  SBS2  |  February 15, 2014
Nans and Mouts, two intrepid adventurers, face and unlikely challenge: to cross the country in order to reach their destination in the heart of one of France's most ...

Nans and Mouts, two intrepid adventurers, face and unlikely challenge: to cross the country in order to reach their destination in the heart of one of France's most picturesque regions. The complication? They start the journey naked and will depend on the hospitality and generosity of everyone they meet along the way.

She Wore A Yellow Ribbon
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She Wore A Yellow Ribbon

ABC  |  December 2, 2013
The saga of a cavalry officer's last days before his retirement.

The saga of a cavalry officer's last days before his retirement.

What I Wrote
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What I Wrote: David Williamson - Don's Party

Season 1  |  Episode 10  |  ABC  |  November 7, 2013
Five Australian playwrights talk candidly with Dr Tess Brady about their best known plays. In this episode, David Williamson discusses failed dreams in Don's Party.

Five Australian playwrights talk candidly with Dr Tess Brady about their best known plays. In this episode, David Williamson discusses failed dreams in Don's Party.

Coast
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Coast: Rivers and Seas Collide

Season 8  |  Episode 4  |  SBS  |  November 1, 2013
The new series of Coast continues with a journey around the great estuaries of Britain where 20 million people live, and a dazzling variety of animals thrive. The team visit ...

The new series of Coast continues with a journey around the great estuaries of Britain where 20 million people live, and a dazzling variety of animals thrive. The team visit the most dramatic waterways to discover surprising stories that emerge where rivers and seas collide.

Beyond Survival
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Beyond Survival: Arctic

Season 1  |  Episode 7  |  SBS2  |  November 25, 2013
Stroud returns to the small Inuit community of Pond Inlet in Canada's Arctic to witness the marriage of Western technology and indigenous knowledge.

Stroud returns to the small Inuit community of Pond Inlet in Canada's Arctic to witness the marriage of Western technology and indigenous knowledge.

Greece! The Islands
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Greece! The Islands: Dodecanese - From Patmos To Kalymnos

Season 1  |  Episode 9  |  SBS  |  November 13, 2013
This part of our series brings us to the eastern part of the Aegean. At the famous monastery of Patmos we visit a grotto in which Saint John wrote the "Apocalypse".

This part of our series brings us to the eastern part of the Aegean. At the famous monastery of Patmos we visit a grotto in which Saint John wrote the "Apocalypse".

Beyond Survival
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Beyond Survival: Peru

Season 1  |  Episode 8  |  SBS2  |  December 2, 2013
Les travels to the Peruvian Amazon to live with the Huachipaeri Tribe - a tribe who still hunt with bow and arrow, forage for wild edibles and ingest potent plant medicines.

Les travels to the Peruvian Amazon to live with the Huachipaeri Tribe - a tribe who still hunt with bow and arrow, forage for wild edibles and ingest potent plant medicines.

Massive Moves
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Massive Moves: Minnesota Mansion

Season 3  |  Episode 6  |  SBS  |  November 11, 2013
This episode, a family in Minnesota hires a crew of house truckers, the Andersons, to roll their massive mansion from a flood prone riverbank to their hilltop farm.

This episode, a family in Minnesota hires a crew of house truckers, the Andersons, to roll their massive mansion from a flood prone riverbank to their hilltop farm.

David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities
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David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities: Stretched to the Limit

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  Ten  |  November 3, 2013
Sir David Attenborough investigates why animals appear to have taken nature's gifts and stretched them to extreme limits, such as the giraffe, which has ended up with a ...

Sir David Attenborough investigates why animals appear to have taken nature's gifts and stretched them to extreme limits, such as the giraffe, which has ended up with a super-stretched neck, and the chameleon, with a super stretchy tongue.

Dara O'Briain's Science Club
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Dara O'Briain's Science Club: Mindbending

Season 2  |  Episode 1  |  BBC Knowledge  |  November 3, 2013
This episode will look at whether mind-reading is scientifically possible, whether there are living creatures in the sky controlling the weather, if humans and computers can ...

This episode will look at whether mind-reading is scientifically possible, whether there are living creatures in the sky controlling the weather, if humans and computers can ever form an emotional bond and how far we can really trust our own perceptions.

Recipe to Riches
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Recipe to Riches: Party Food

Season 1  |  Episode 11  |  Ten  |  November 5, 2013
Ramsay Horton has a killer recipe for spicy meatballs passed down from his grandmother; Vinnie has devised what he claims to be the ultimate chicken wing marinade; Alan is ...

Ramsay Horton has a killer recipe for spicy meatballs passed down from his grandmother; Vinnie has devised what he claims to be the ultimate chicken wing marinade; Alan is hoping his lean meat, inexpensive goat sausages will become a hit.

Being Overseas
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Being Overseas: Europe - Part 1

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  SBS  |  October 28, 2013
Young first time traveller Roger Ungers takes us to the fascinating and awe-inspiring travel destinations around the world. In this first episode, Roger heads to Europe. His ...

Young first time traveller Roger Ungers takes us to the fascinating and awe-inspiring travel destinations around the world. In this first episode, Roger heads to Europe. His first stop is London where Roger shows us the major tourist attractions, before experiencing the boisterous celebrations in Ireland during St Patrick's Day.

Who Do You Think You Are?
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Who Do You Think You Are?: John Bishop

SBS  |  October 29, 2013
In the final episode of the series, comedian John Bishop discovers a past of musical performances and preaching within his family's history.

In the final episode of the series, comedian John Bishop discovers a past of musical performances and preaching within his family's history.

Recipe to Riches
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Recipe to Riches: Finale

Season 1  |  Episode 12  |  Ten  |  November 12, 2013
In the season finale, we have eleven delicious products and eleven entrepreneurs. Which item has resonated most with Australian shoppers and will be awarded a life-changing ...

In the season finale, we have eleven delicious products and eleven entrepreneurs. Which item has resonated most with Australian shoppers and will be awarded a life-changing parternship with Woolworths supermarkets plus $100,000 prize money?

Holmes Makes It Right
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Holmes Makes It Right: If The Shoe Fits

Season 1  |  Episode 7  |  Lifestyle Channel  |  October 22, 2013
A high school teacher is run down by a van after his home is vandalised. Tragically, his recovery means learning how to walk again and the ones responsible have yet to be caught.

A high school teacher is run down by a van after his home is vandalised. Tragically, his recovery means learning how to walk again and the ones responsible have yet to be caught.

What I Wrote
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What I Wrote: David Williamson - The Club

Season 1  |  Episode 9  |  ABC  |  October 31, 2013
Five Australian playwrights talk candidly with Dr Tess Brady about their best known plays. In this episode, David Williamson shows how sport reflects society in The Club.

Five Australian playwrights talk candidly with Dr Tess Brady about their best known plays. In this episode, David Williamson shows how sport reflects society in The Club.

Beyond Survival
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Beyond Survival: The San Bushmen Of The Kalahari

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  SBS2  |  October 21, 2013
Survivorman's Les Stroud explores various cultures around the globe and learns about the survival techniques and practices of indigenous people. The ritual of the trance dance ...

Survivorman's Les Stroud explores various cultures around the globe and learns about the survival techniques and practices of indigenous people. The ritual of the trance dance serves as a direct communion to the spirit world for the San Bushmen of the Kalahari. Les will be the first outsider to participate in a trance dance.

Recipe to Riches
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Recipe to Riches: Man Food

Season 1  |  Episode 9  |  Ten  |  October 22, 2013
Themis Toclis combines his two favourite meals of spaghetti and pies into one tasty recipe; Bobby Edwards loves Jamacian food and has created his own Jamacian inspired sauce ...

Themis Toclis combines his two favourite meals of spaghetti and pies into one tasty recipe; Bobby Edwards loves Jamacian food and has created his own Jamacian inspired sauce and Christina Cavaleri has an old family recipe for her meatballs.

Tim Marlow's Virtual Gallery
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Tim Marlow's Virtual Gallery: Hopper - Office At Night

SBS  |  November 2, 2013
Art historian Tim Marlow takes us on an insightful tour of some of the world's best paintings. This episode, Tim looks at American realist painter Edward Hopper's 1940 ...

Art historian Tim Marlow takes us on an insightful tour of some of the world's best paintings. This episode, Tim looks at American realist painter Edward Hopper's 1940 painting Office at Night.

Finding Your Roots
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Finding Your Roots: Barbara Walters and Geoffrey Canada

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  SBS  |  October 19, 2013
This week looks into the ancestral pasts of journalist Barbara Walters and educator Geoffrey Canada.

This week looks into the ancestral pasts of journalist Barbara Walters and educator Geoffrey Canada.

Twister
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Twister

7mate  |  July 31, 2016
TV weatherman Bill Harding is trying to get his tornado-hunter wife, Jo, to sign divorce papers so he can marry his girlfriend Melissa. But Mother nature, in the form of a ...

TV weatherman Bill Harding is trying to get his tornado-hunter wife, Jo, to sign divorce papers so he can marry his girlfriend Melissa. But Mother nature, in the form of a series of intense storms sweeping across Oklahoma, has other plans. Soon the three have joined the team of stormchasers as they attempt to insert a revolutionary measuring device into the very heart of several extremely violent tornadoes.

Queen Of Tigers
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Queen Of Tigers

SBS  |  October 9, 2013
Colin Stafford-Johnson presents this special documentary about the world's most famous tiger, Machli, who is the star of several films and the mother to a dynasty of great tigers.

Colin Stafford-Johnson presents this special documentary about the world's most famous tiger, Machli, who is the star of several films and the mother to a dynasty of great tigers.

The Great Barrier Reef
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The Great Barrier Reef: Reef And Beyond

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  Nine  |  March 25, 2012
The final film in the series reveals how the reef is crucially connected to the rest of the planet - and how climate change will affect it's future.

The final film in the series reveals how the reef is crucially connected to the rest of the planet - and how climate change will affect it's future.

Coast
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Coast: Border To Border

Season 6  |  Episode 5  |  SBS  |  March 2, 2012
Tonight, the team explores the Welsh coast. Nick investigates evidence that a devastating tsunami hit the coast 400 years ago, and discovers why scientists find the local ...

Tonight, the team explores the Welsh coast. Nick investigates evidence that a devastating tsunami hit the coast 400 years ago, and discovers why scientists find the local landscape a surprisingly good stand-in for the surface of Mars.

My Sri Lanka With Peter Kuruvita
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My Sri Lanka With Peter Kuruvita

Season 1  |  Episode 9  |  SBS  |  December 29, 2011
After thirty years of isolation due to civil war, Peter revisits the northern capital of Jaffna and its diverse people. Here, Peter hires an old Morris Oxford, traversing the ...

After thirty years of isolation due to civil war, Peter revisits the northern capital of Jaffna and its diverse people. Here, Peter hires an old Morris Oxford, traversing the city and connecting with monks who make their own pure grape wine, Muslim butchers who consider goat the their favourite meal, and Tamil Hindus who invite Peter to join their New Year celebrations.

Ace Day Jobs
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Ace Day Jobs: Animator

ABC  |  June 29, 2012
A fun series of five minute video episodes of Australians with innovative careers. It's about people who really love their work and how they got into it, often with a few ...

A fun series of five minute video episodes of Australians with innovative careers. It's about people who really love their work and how they got into it, often with a few twists and turns on the way.

480
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480: Mabo: The Family Man

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  ABC  |  May 30, 2012
Eddie Koiki Mabo was more than just a court case. Through the eyes of his daughter Gail Mabo we take a personal look into the man who was an obstinate, passionate family man ...

Eddie Koiki Mabo was more than just a court case. Through the eyes of his daughter Gail Mabo we take a personal look into the man who was an obstinate, passionate family man and who was consumed with fighting for the culture and ownership of a tiny island in the Torres Strait.

James May's Toy Stories 2
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James May's Toy Stories 2: The Great Train Race

SBS  |  September 2, 2011
Having tasted defeat in the original series, James May makes a new attempt to run a Hornby model railway 15 kilometres between two Devon towns. The last attempt saw no trains ...

Having tasted defeat in the original series, James May makes a new attempt to run a Hornby model railway 15 kilometres between two Devon towns. The last attempt saw no trains reach their destination and James's cherished childhood toy, the Flying Scotsman, fail to even make it out of the car park. This time the feat is bigger than ever before, as James challenges the two German proprietors of the world's largest toy railway museum to a race along the track.

Egypt Unwrapped
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Egypt Unwrapped: Alexander The Great's Lost Tomb

Season 1  |  Episode 8  |  ABC  |  September 19, 2011
Alexander the Great is one of history's greatest warrior kings, and was the leader of the most powerful nation in the ancient world. The location of his tomb has eluded ...

Alexander the Great is one of history's greatest warrior kings, and was the leader of the most powerful nation in the ancient world. The location of his tomb has eluded archaeologists for nearly 2,000 years.

Dancing King: Man In The Mirror
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Dancing King: Man In The Mirror

Season 1  |  Episode 5  |  ABC2  |  October 2, 2011
Last-minute jitters and glitches test all tempers on the day of opening night of the Michael Jackson musical tribute that successful millionaire producer David King has ...

Last-minute jitters and glitches test all tempers on the day of opening night of the Michael Jackson musical tribute that successful millionaire producer David King has brought to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina as a testing ground for his ultimate opening venue, Monte Carlo. Cast and crew are frustrated when David keeps changing things and fiddling elements of the show he is not happy with.

The Hungry Tide
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The Hungry Tide

SBS  |  October 9, 2011
The Pacific nation of Kiribati is forecast to be the first country in the world to disappear as a result of climate change. Sea-level rise, coastal erosion and drought are ...

The Pacific nation of Kiribati is forecast to be the first country in the world to disappear as a result of climate change. Sea-level rise, coastal erosion and drought are threatening the lives of 110,000 people spread over 33 atolls in this impoverished remote corner of the Pacific. The Hungry Tide, the latest documentary from internationally renowned filmmaker Tom Zubrycki, focuses on this vulnerable community on the frontline of climate change. It tells the story of one woman's mission to save her sinking homeland.

Inside Science
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Inside Science: Micro-Organisms - In Space

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  ABC  |  April 2, 2012
A wide-ranging and engaging science series that looks at themes including micro-organisms, solar power and forensic analysis.

A wide-ranging and engaging science series that looks at themes including micro-organisms, solar power and forensic analysis.

How To Cook Like Heston
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How To Cook Like Heston: Chocolate

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  SBS  |  April 12, 2012
Heston Blumenthal challenges the way we cook chocolate as he lifts the lid on his magical popping candy, passionfruit gateaux with an exploding base, and an amazing flowerpot ...

Heston Blumenthal challenges the way we cook chocolate as he lifts the lid on his magical popping candy, passionfruit gateaux with an exploding base, and an amazing flowerpot tiramisu with edible chocolate soil.

Who Do You Think You Are?
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Who Do You Think You Are?: Jason Donovan

SBS  |  May 22, 2011
In this new series of Who Do You Think You Are?, nine celebrities trace their family trees to explore the lives of their ancestors and uncover major themes in British social ...

In this new series of Who Do You Think You Are?, nine celebrities trace their family trees to explore the lives of their ancestors and uncover major themes in British social history. The first episode explores the family tree of Australian actor/singer Jason Donovan.

Willie's Chocolate Revolution
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Willie's Chocolate Revolution

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  ABC  |  December 20, 2010
In the final episode, the stakes could not be higher as Willie takes his perfect recipe to the head buyer at a major supermarket. Everything rests on one man's decision to ...

In the final episode, the stakes could not be higher as Willie takes his perfect recipe to the head buyer at a major supermarket. Everything rests on one man's decision to secure the order.

Nature's Miracle Babies
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Nature's Miracle Babies: Spix, Sifaka, Numbat, Wallaby

Season 1  |  Episode 4  |  ABC  |  January 17, 2012
In the fourth episode, Martin journeys to Tenerife where he meets the world's rarest parrot, the Spix's macaw, which now only survives in captivity and has to be hand-reared. ...

In the fourth episode, Martin journeys to Tenerife where he meets the world's rarest parrot, the Spix's macaw, which now only survives in captivity and has to be hand-reared. In America, a baby sifaka lemur fights for life when infection strikes. Martin travels to South Australia, where a critically endangered wallaby has to fly almost 1000 kilometres to find a new mother, while a group of baby numbats - stripy marsupials with tongues half the length of their bodies - are taking their first steps to freedom in the forests of Western Australia.

Titanic: The Mission
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Titanic: The Mission: The Smoking Room

Season 1  |  Episode 4  |  SBS  |  April 27, 2012
This episode focuses on the luxurious interiors of the Titanic, whose fittings were so expensive she was the 1912 equivalent in luxury to today's Burj Al Arab hotel in Dubai. ...

This episode focuses on the luxurious interiors of the Titanic, whose fittings were so expensive she was the 1912 equivalent in luxury to today's Burj Al Arab hotel in Dubai. Four engineers re-discover the lost skills of the British craftsmen and women who made these interiors, by attempting to build the centrepiece section of the most expensive room aboard the ship: the Gentlemen's First Class Smoking Room.

Two Greedy Italians
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Two Greedy Italians: Poor Man's Food

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  SBS  |  April 5, 2012
Chefs Antonio Carluccio and Gennaro Contaldo tour Campania, where they learn how poverty in the area created Italy's best-loved dishes and made the region rich. The duo visit ...

Chefs Antonio Carluccio and Gennaro Contaldo tour Campania, where they learn how poverty in the area created Italy's best-loved dishes and made the region rich. The duo visit Gennaro's home town Minori to get a lesson in pasta-making from his great aunt, then head to Naples, where they discover the humble beginnings of pizza.

The National Parks: America's Best Idea
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The National Parks: America's Best Idea: Poets And Kindred Spirits

Season 1  |  Episode 11  |  ABC  |  October 11, 2012
After World War II, American families flocked to their parks in unprecedented numbers, creating new problems of overcrowding but also passing on a love of the parks to the ...

After World War II, American families flocked to their parks in unprecedented numbers, creating new problems of overcrowding but also passing on a love of the parks to the next generation.

The Kennedys
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The Kennedys

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  ABC  |  May 29, 2011
After Jack's inauguration speech, we jump directly into a meeting about the Bay of Pigs invasion. Jack is told of an Eisenhower approved plan to train guerrillas in Nicaragua ...

After Jack's inauguration speech, we jump directly into a meeting about the Bay of Pigs invasion. Jack is told of an Eisenhower approved plan to train guerrillas in Nicaragua for an assault on Fidel Castro's Cuba. Virtually all of Jack's advisors military and civilian urge him to go ahead with the invasion. And finally Jack against his better judgement gives the order to send the guerrillas in.

Nigella Kitchen
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Nigella Kitchen: Don't Knock It Till You've Tried It

Season 1  |  Episode 7  |  ABC  |  January 10, 2012
Nigella's shaking things up in the kitchen, proving you shouldn't knock it till you've tried it. No time to bake? No problem. Irish oaten rolls are fast and easy and give ...

Nigella's shaking things up in the kitchen, proving you shouldn't knock it till you've tried it. No time to bake? No problem. Irish oaten rolls are fast and easy and give instant comfort and gratification. Salty and sweet may not sound like a match made in heaven, but Nigella's sweet and salty crunch nut bars are totally irresistible.

Trails From The East
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Trails From The East: Syria And Jordan - The Great Enemy

Season 1  |  Episode 10  |  SBS2  |  November 24, 2011
Tonight's train journey takes us on a trip from the Iraqi-Syrian border to Aleppo, Syria. From there the train continues to Damascus and Amman in Jordan, and then to Aqaba. ...

Tonight's train journey takes us on a trip from the Iraqi-Syrian border to Aleppo, Syria. From there the train continues to Damascus and Amman in Jordan, and then to Aqaba. Along the way, travellers talk about their relationship with their enemies, Israel and America. Away from the train, Rana Husseini, a Jordanian journalist, who questions honour killings in her country, finds herself accused of being pro-American.

Alessandro's Italian Food Challenge
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Alessandro's Italian Food Challenge

Season 1  |  Episode 5  |  SBS2  |  October 23, 2011
Italian chef Alessandro Borghese travels across regional Italy searching for the best in traditional dishes. At each stop, Alessandro studies a traditional local recipe before ...

Italian chef Alessandro Borghese travels across regional Italy searching for the best in traditional dishes. At each stop, Alessandro studies a traditional local recipe before offering up his own contemporary reinterpretation. From the Italian Alps to Sicily, this is a journey through the flavours of Italy.

Literary Classics
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Literary Classics: The War Poets

Season 2  |  Episode 3  |  STUDIO  |  September 4, 2011
Presented by the noted British actor Brian Blessed and featuring comment and analysis by the author John Stallworthy, 'The War Poets' explores the strong link between poetry ...

Presented by the noted British actor Brian Blessed and featuring comment and analysis by the author John Stallworthy, 'The War Poets' explores the strong link between poetry and warfare and demonstrates that the written word is equal at least in power to the photograph or moving image. Beginning in ancient times, the programme takes us on a journey through some of history's great conflicts and the way they were recorded by those who lived through them. The programme ends with the unforgettable poetry of the Great War as written by men such as Owen, Brooke and Sassoon.

My Cypriot Kitchen
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My Cypriot Kitchen: VIP Party

Season 1  |  Episode 10  |  SBS2  |  March 17, 2012
In the final episode of the series, Tonia Buxton has offered to create the best of Cyprus on a plate as she cooks for local VIPs - a pop singer, a television presenter and a ...

In the final episode of the series, Tonia Buxton has offered to create the best of Cyprus on a plate as she cooks for local VIPs - a pop singer, a television presenter and a well-loved actor.

Spacefiles
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Spacefiles: Zero To Zillions - Birth And Expansion Of The Universe

Season 1  |  Episode 20  |  SBS  |  December 28, 2011
The theory of the Big Bang - how the Universe exploded from an infinitesimal speck to create matter, radiation, time and space. Within the first trillion-trillion-trillionth ...

The theory of the Big Bang - how the Universe exploded from an infinitesimal speck to create matter, radiation, time and space. Within the first trillion-trillion-trillionth of a second, the cosmos grew a hundred million times to less than the size of an atom. Then, in another instant, the Universe was the size of a galaxy. Now, 14 billion years later and strung along vast filaments, the Universe has some 50 billion galaxies that continue to expand - and where stars are born, live and die.

Ben L'oncle Soul
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Ben L'oncle Soul

SBS  |  June 10, 2012
Ben L'Oncle Soul - One of the biggest successes to come out of France in recent years, Ben L'Oncle Soul is a soul singer whose inspiration comes from his childhood exposure to ...

Ben L'Oncle Soul - One of the biggest successes to come out of France in recent years, Ben L'Oncle Soul is a soul singer whose inspiration comes from his childhood exposure to the sounds of the great soul musicians like Otis Redding, Aretha Franklin, Ray Charles, Sam Cooke, Marvin Gaye and others. Paying homage to these great artists, Ben performs live at the Zenith de Paris.

Time Team
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Time Team: Tottiford

ABC  |  July 29, 2011
The first stone henge to be discovered in Britain for a century would be cause enough for major celebration. But in this program there's double bubbles as Tony Robinson and ...

The first stone henge to be discovered in Britain for a century would be cause enough for major celebration. But in this program there's double bubbles as Tony Robinson and his hardy team of archaeologists celebrate their 200th dig.

Jimmy's Food Factory
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Jimmy's Food Factory: Jimmy's Christmas Food Factory

Season 2  |  Episode 4  |  ABC  |  December 22, 2011
Inventive farmer Jimmy Doherty creates supermarket food from his barn factory. It's Christmas time, but he never closes. Using farmyard and household junk, he is creating his ...

Inventive farmer Jimmy Doherty creates supermarket food from his barn factory. It's Christmas time, but he never closes. Using farmyard and household junk, he is creating his own festive supermarket production line.

Space Race
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Space Race: Race To The Moon

Season 1  |  Episode 4  |  BBC Knowledge  |  June 6, 2011
While America's von Braun (Richard Dillane) could fund the world's most powerful rocket, Soviet designer Sergei Korolev (Steve Nicolson) had only a fraction of the US budget ...

While America's von Braun (Richard Dillane) could fund the world's most powerful rocket, Soviet designer Sergei Korolev (Steve Nicolson) had only a fraction of the US budget and knew that without a rocket as powerful as the USA's Saturn he would lose the race. Yet the Soviet's Alexei Leonov (Oleg Shtefanko) became the first man to walk in space.

Time Team
47:59

Time Team: Potted History - Cunetio

ABC  |  June 14, 2011
Time Team journey to the heart of Wiltshire for their most ambitious project to date to investigate an entire lost Roman settlement. Hidden under acres of wheat, Cunetio would ...

Time Team journey to the heart of Wiltshire for their most ambitious project to date to investigate an entire lost Roman settlement. Hidden under acres of wheat, Cunetio would once have been a bustling market town and intriguingly it's also the site of Britain's largest ever coin hoard.

Coast
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Coast: Denmark

Season 5  |  Episode 7  |  SBS  |  July 8, 2011
The team visits Denmark where Neil Oliver learns about the unique concept of 'Hygge', which roughly translates as a feeling of bliss. Nick Crane explains why Britain imports ...

The team visits Denmark where Neil Oliver learns about the unique concept of 'Hygge', which roughly translates as a feeling of bliss. Nick Crane explains why Britain imports so much Danish bacon, Alice Roberts sails aboard a full-scale replica of a Viking longship, Miranda Krestovnikoff encounters red deer, and Mark Horton reveals the story of Heligoland, a tiny island used by the Royal Navy in 1947 for one of the largest non-nuclear explosive detonations in history.

Lyndey And Blair's Taste Of Greece
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Lyndey And Blair's Taste Of Greece: Corinth

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  SBS  |  June 2, 2011
In the second episode, Lyndey and Blair travel to Corinth, where lunch is eaten overlooking Ancient Corinth. At the Loutraki Thermal Spa, they separate - Blair swims in ...

In the second episode, Lyndey and Blair travel to Corinth, where lunch is eaten overlooking Ancient Corinth. At the Loutraki Thermal Spa, they separate - Blair swims in thermal waters while Lyndey relaxes with a soothing massage. Later, at the Gaia Winery, Lyndey and Blair learn about the native grape vines with winemaker Yiannis Paraskevopoulos and Lyndey gets to cook goat.

A Film and Its Era
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A Film and Its Era: Last Tango in Paris

SBS World Movies  |  April 17, 2012
One of the finest French films ever made, Marcel Carne's Les Enfants du Paradis (Children of Paradise) is the tragic 1945 story of the ill-fated love between an actress and a ...

One of the finest French films ever made, Marcel Carne's Les Enfants du Paradis (Children of Paradise) is the tragic 1945 story of the ill-fated love between an actress and a theatre mime. It is a darkly magical piece of escapism set in 19th-century Paris, made in the golden age of French cinema. This documentary examines the context of the film and the stories behind its production, with interviews from French legends Arletty, Jean-Louis Barrault and Pierre Brasseur.

Double Trouble
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Double Trouble: The First Test

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  ABC  |  August 31, 2012
After swapping homes and families, twins Yuma and Kyanna realise it's going to be tricky to swap back, with Kyanna facing a history test and Yuma meeting a snake in the bush.

After swapping homes and families, twins Yuma and Kyanna realise it's going to be tricky to swap back, with Kyanna facing a history test and Yuma meeting a snake in the bush.

Hubble's Amazing Rescue
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Hubble's Amazing Rescue

SBS  |  August 14, 2011
Hubble's Amazing Rescue takes viewers behind the scenes on a riveting journey with the astronauts and engineers charged with saving the famous Hubble Space Telescope. After ...

Hubble's Amazing Rescue takes viewers behind the scenes on a riveting journey with the astronauts and engineers charged with saving the famous Hubble Space Telescope. After nearly 20 years in space, and after capturing hundreds of thousands of spectacular images, the Hubble Space Telescope was dying. Hubble's gyroscopes and sensors were failing, its batteries were running down, and some of its instruments were already dead. The only hope to save it was a mission so dangerous that NASA had already cancelled it once, in 2004.

The Choir: Unsung Town
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The Choir: Unsung Town

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  ABC2  |  July 17, 2011
In previous series of the multi-award winning program The Choir, choirmaster Gareth Malone has proved that singing can take a group of kids who never sang before all the way ...

In previous series of the multi-award winning program The Choir, choirmaster Gareth Malone has proved that singing can take a group of kids who never sang before all the way to the Choir Olympics. He has proved that boys can sing, take pride in it, and perform at the Royal Albert Hall in London. But can singing lift the spirits of an entire community?

Who Do You Think You Are?
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Who Do You Think You Are?: Tina Arena

Season 3  |  Episode 3  |  SBS  |  December 12, 2010
Singer Tina Arena goes in search of the truth behind family secrets in a journey that takes her off to explore her Sicilian roots and the tough reality of her grandparents' ...

Singer Tina Arena goes in search of the truth behind family secrets in a journey that takes her off to explore her Sicilian roots and the tough reality of her grandparents' childhood.

Australian Biography
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Australian Biography: Jimmy Little

Season 1  |  Episode 37  |  NITV  |  December 14, 2011
Jimmy Little is an artist who comes from a long line of entertainers. He gave himself to music at the age of 13 when he lost his mother to tetanus. He used music as therapy ...

Jimmy Little is an artist who comes from a long line of entertainers. He gave himself to music at the age of 13 when he lost his mother to tetanus. He used music as therapy for the sorrow he felt.

Sleek Geeks
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Sleek Geeks: Weeing

Season 2  |  Episode 8  |  ABC  |  December 30, 2010
So what actually happens after you drink a glass of water? How does it come out the other end? We follow liquid through peristalsis all the way to the bladder. We see a ...

So what actually happens after you drink a glass of water? How does it come out the other end? We follow liquid through peristalsis all the way to the bladder. We see a remarkable X-Ray of a bladder emptying and amazing footage of the urinary tract. Adam visits a work site to show a Urine Colour Chart - the chart is used so you can tell if you're dehydrated by the colour of your wee.

Peta Unplugged In Marrakech
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Peta Unplugged In Marrakech: Olives

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  SBS2  |  December 7, 2011
Deep in Marrakech's spice and olive souks, Peta reveals the essential flavours of Moroccan tagines. The gastro-nomads learn a classic Moroccan trid pastry and party the night ...

Deep in Marrakech's spice and olive souks, Peta reveals the essential flavours of Moroccan tagines. The gastro-nomads learn a classic Moroccan trid pastry and party the night away Berber style. Then in her kitchen Peta cooks a delectable chicken tagine.

Zumbo
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Zumbo: The Staff Collection

Season 1  |  Episode 6  |  SBS  |  March 17, 2011
Each member of the staff, from the most experienced to the youngest apprentice, will be given two weeks to create an original dessert or cake for inclusion in the shop's ...

Each member of the staff, from the most experienced to the youngest apprentice, will be given two weeks to create an original dessert or cake for inclusion in the shop's range. All creations will be presented to Adriano for judging and he'll tell each person what's right and wrong with it, and help them finesse it. But unless the dessert meets Adriano's exacting standards it won't be sold.

Big, Bigger, Biggest
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Big, Bigger, Biggest: Dam

Season 2  |  Episode 2  |  SBS  |  December 11, 2010
This program reveals the technological leaps forward that have allowed the world's largest hydroelectric dam - the Three Gorges Dam in China - to be built. The Dam is over two ...

This program reveals the technological leaps forward that have allowed the world's largest hydroelectric dam - the Three Gorges Dam in China - to be built. The Dam is over two kilometres long, towers over 60 storeys high and creates a reservoir 600 kilometres in length. On completion the scheme will be able to generate enough electricity to supply 60 million people. Using a mix of CGI animation and on-location filming, the program explores how this immense project was made possible through a series of six historic engineering breakthroughs.

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