In this episode, plumber-turned-entrepreneur Clinton Cowin sheds insight on how SME's can handle late payments. Then, Herb Smith shares how he took his bush tucker business Dreamtime Tuka from a regional town to QANTAS passengers all over Australia. This episode also visits the design-based social enterprise that's open for refugees to make and sell their own art.
This episode introduces the stylist behind the iconic hair of The Smiths' frontman Morrissey; the Turkish engineer who built his multimillion dollar construction business from one patent; and heads to Kallico Catering in the Kangaroo Valley to try crocodile damper and other bush tucker treats.
We meet Will Clark, the entrepreneneur who doesn't let his disability hold him back from starting his own business in painting cricket bats. We also visit specialty cufflinks store Cuffed at the Sydney Royal Easter Show, and speak to the Aussie start up that's created the world's first unlosable glasses.
We head down to the Southern Highlands to visit the man reviving his Greek migrant grandfather's 90-year-old shopfront, and have a drink with trendy gin distillers Archie Rose. We also check out the newest addition to the sharing economy - an app which allows farmers and regional property owners to rent out their land as campsites.
This series is hosted by Ricardo Goncalves, and explores the opportunities and challenges of conceiving and running a small business in Australia. This episode explores whether business insurance is a help or a hindrance, and speaks to Kingzman Barber about their insurance challenges after a bus crashed into their shop front last year. They also meet with restaurateur couple David and Sohani Bitton, and their culinary journey in opening a restaurant that combined their respective French and South African heritages. Also, explore how start-up Koala Mattress cracked the million dollar mark in less than three months, and gain insight from Shoes of Prey co-founder Jodie Fox on how business success can come at a personal price. Alborz Fallah, founder of CarAdvice website also passes on some of his hard learnt lessons in business.
This episode shows AllGrid Energy and their work providing remote indigenous communities with renewable energy. Chair of Australia India Business Council Sheba Nandkeolyar gives insight on the importance of breaking down cultural barriers in business, and 'garbage queen' Le Ho tells how she transformed a failing waste disposal company into a multimillion dollar operation.
This episode steps behind the counter of Australia's oldest, most deluxe butcher shop, Victor Churchill. They then try out some of Voula and Nick Bakopolous's home-cooked Greek cuisine from their market stall in Adelaide's city centre. Lastly, Ashraf Saleh shares the ups and downs he's faced in the first few months since opening his restaurant Coya.
Work out with the Liberian refugee who took on the challenge of starting a gym in Queensland's Mackay at the end of the mining boom. This episode also burns up the dance floor at Darwin's only gay nightclub Throb, and party with The Party People, the festive supplies shop that was one of Australia's first businesses to advertise online.
News. People. Culture. Daily. Your daily mix of news, interviews, in-depth features and comedy. Hosted by Marc Fennell and Jan Fran, The Feed brings you the stories and perspectives that matter. With reporting from Patrick Abboud and Laura Murphy-Oates, and satire from Michael Hing and Mark Humphries. It's a global outlook with a focus.
News. People. Culture. Daily. Your daily mix of news, interviews, in-depth features and comedy. Hosted by Marc Fennell and Jan Fran, this program brings you the stories and perspectives that matter. With reporting from Patrick Abboud and Laura Murphy-Oates, and satire from Michael Hing and Mark Humphries. It's a global outlook with a focus.
We head to Wollongong to meet the artist who combined his passion for painting with his love for the sea by painting surfboards with Indigenous artwork. We also visit Virginia, South Australia, to explore the thriving community of Vietnamese gardeners who grow and sell fresh produce, and speak with Sandy Chong, CEO of the Australian Hairdressing Council, to hear her insights on the hair salon industry.
The world's biggest youth variety extravaganza, the Schools Spectacular, is celebrating its 27th year. ABC3's Kayne and Amberley join forces with John Foreman to bring you all the colour and excitement.
The Schools Spectacular is an outstanding showcase of the talent in NSW public schools, it is unequalled in the world with over 2000 dancers, a 1500-voice choir, an 80-piece symphony orchestra and 50 exceptional soloists.
Graham Norton and Eurovision 2013 presenter Petra Mede host a special concert to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Eurovision Song Contest with show stopping performances from some of Eurovision's greatest acts of all time.
For the first time on Nine, a show like no other, the 30th Anniversary of the Schools Spectacular. 3600 students, 400 schools, 2000 dancers and 1300 choir members deliver cutting-edge youth dance and musical numbers.
The world's favourite song contest is back! Baku in Azerbaijan will host Eurovision 2012 following their win in the 2011 contest. Ten countries from each semi-final will qualify for the final and will be joined by Azerbaijan, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom.
Fueled by his relentless commitment, quiet determination and passionate faith in the loving message behind much of Jackson's music, Succar has spent the last four years carefully creating Unity: The Latin Tribute To Michael Jackson. He overcame seemingly insurmountable obstacles, turning each roadblock into a stepping stone to take the project to new heights. The groundbreaking album embodies Jackson's spirit of harmony and bringing diverse cultures together through music.
Australia's been given the chance to take the Eurovision stage by storm, and we've got just the right Guy for the job. In celebration of Australia's invitation to compete in the 60th anniversary of the Eurovision Song Contest and Guy Sebastian's performance in the Grand Final, SBS will bring audiences its biggest Eurovision offering yet. Hosts Julia Zemiro and Sam Pang, our very own wind machine experts, key change connoisseurs and Team Guy ambassadors, will be on the ground in Vienna ready to report on all the action from this year's contest.
A three hour live broadcast from Albany, Western Australia, from where 100 years ago to the day, the first Australian and New Zealand troops left to fight in WW1. It was the largest armada ever assembled in Australia.
It's summer, the change of season. Animal and human residents prepare as a Category 5 cyclone threatens the coast. How will the reef respond to threats that challenge its delicate balance? (Final)
Hosts Julia Zemiro and Sam Pang will again head up SBS's exclusive coverage, and will bring the fun, glamour and madness direct from 2013's host city Malmoe, Sweden. Ten countries from each semi-final have qualified for the final and will be joined by Sweden, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom.
Griff Rhys Jones concludes his quest to discover art produced by indigenous groups in India, travelling to Ahmedabad, Gujarat, where he finds that some ancient skills have survived, including the hand-painting of shrine cloths. In the remote area of Kutch, he learns that embroidery techniques are passed down through generations because of the need for dowry gifts, before meeting the Rabari people, a fiercely independent caste, whose members allow him to witness a traditional wedding ceremony.
In October 2012, Ella Havelka became the first Indigenous dancer to be invited into The Australian Ballet in its 50 year history. It was an announcement that made news headlines nationwide. A descendant of the Wiradjuri people, we follow Ella's inspirational journey from the regional town of Dubbo and onto the world stage of The Australian Ballet. Featuring intimate interviews, dynamic dance sequences, and a stunning array of archival material, this moving documentary follows Ella as she explores her cultural identity and gives us a rare glimpse into life as an elite ballet dancer within the largest company in the southern hemisphere.
Australia, the big moment is here! Artist Isaiah takes the stage in the Eurovision Song Contest Semi Final 1 with his song Don't Come Easy in front of a live audience. It's all on the line as Isaiah must be voted through his Semi Final to go on to compete in the Eurovision Grand Final. SBS's new Eurovision hosts Myf Warhurst and Joel Creasey are ready on the ground from the International Exhibition Centre in Kyiv, Ukraine.
The winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 will be crowned. The Grand Final sees 10 acts from each semifinal come together with host country Ukraine and the 'Big Five' - Spain, France, Italy, Germany and the UK - to battle for the title of Eurovision Song Contest winner. Hosts Myf Warhurst and Joel Creasey will be ready on the ground from the International Exhibition Centre in Kyiv, Ukraine, to bring Australians every angle of the Grand Final action.
In the world of music, art, film and theatre the 20th-century manifests a collection of extraordinary figures that continue to leave their impression and contribution. This series of three strands bring the artists, the filmmakers and the characters who remain as powerful today as when they first appeared; whether painter Salvador Dali, singer song writer John Lennon or playwright Harold Pinter, each have changed the way we looked at the world.
George Eastman is thrust into the blue collar life of a rich friend's family business where he is expected to learn the ropes from the bottom up. While paying his dues he becomes involved with Alice Tripp, a simple, trusting girl on the assembly line. When he is finally introduced to high society he meets the gorgeous, sophisticated Angela Vickers and promptly forgets all about Alice. Tragedy is the result.
This big-hearted series matches real jobs with people who are champing at the bit to secure them. Using the very latest and in some cases most dastardly interview techniques, the recruitment process is compressed into one intense day.
Critique the "sense and nonsense" of the global $100 billion vitamin and supplement industry with Derek Muller in Vitamania. Then test your students' knowledge of the importance of vitamins in our diets, and the history of the business.