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One Man And His Campervan
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One Man And His Campervan: Angus

Season 1  |  Episode 6  |  SBS  |  January 26, 2012
Martin Dorey, campervan lover and passionate foodie, journeys around Britain in his 1970s classic campervan on the ultimate escapist adventure. Martin's campervan adventure ...

Martin Dorey, campervan lover and passionate foodie, journeys around Britain in his 1970s classic campervan on the ultimate escapist adventure. Martin's campervan adventure has crossed the border into Scotland. With the help of a local expert, he tries his hand at traditional barrel-smoked Arbroath smokies for his dinner.

Totally Australia
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Totally Australia: Natural Connections

Ten  |  October 22, 2011
From Sydney Harbour to the Australian desert and Northern rainforests, iconic Australian landscapes are infused with Aboriginal history and culture. Representatives from these ...

From Sydney Harbour to the Australian desert and Northern rainforests, iconic Australian landscapes are infused with Aboriginal history and culture. Representatives from these regions tell us of their connection with the past and approach to the future.

How To Cook Like Heston
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How To Cook Like Heston: Potatoes

Season 1  |  Episode 6  |  SBS  |  May 3, 2012
This week Heston challenges the way the humble spud is prepared and cooked. He begins with the mighty British chip and his experimental recipe for triple cooked chips - ...

This week Heston challenges the way the humble spud is prepared and cooked. He begins with the mighty British chip and his experimental recipe for triple cooked chips - leaving a desire to never have to settle for flaccid French fries again. Next there is a radical new way of making mash, for guaranteed light- as-a-cloud perfection every time. A thermometer is involved but this simple scientific technique is something to try at home.

Restoration Home
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Restoration Home: Calverton Manor

Season 1  |  Episode 5  |  ABC  |  December 4, 2011
Calverton Manor is a collage of different architectural styles with parts thought to date back as far as the 14th century. And it comes with its very own legend involving a ...

Calverton Manor is a collage of different architectural styles with parts thought to date back as far as the 14th century. And it comes with its very own legend involving a rich widow, the local butcher, pots of gold and murder.

Poh's Kitchen On The Road
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Poh's Kitchen On The Road: Ep 8 Of 26

Season 1  |  Episode 8  |  ABC  |  October 12, 2011
Having always been fascinated with Thai food, Poh starts her Thailand road trip in the northern city of Chiang Mai where tradition is revered and celebrated. It's here that ...

Having always been fascinated with Thai food, Poh starts her Thailand road trip in the northern city of Chiang Mai where tradition is revered and celebrated. It's here that Poh learns about the basics of northern Thai cooking including how to prepare Khoa Soi, the most famous of this region's dishes. Poh's version of the dish, her first attempt, gets the thumbs up from the locals and Poh is delighted.

Time Team
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Time Team: Newmarket

Season 19  |  Episode 4  |  ABC  |  May 8, 2012
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Tonight, Tony and the team visit Newmarket, the birthplace of horseracing, in search of the earliest archaeological traces of the sport of kings. They dig in the heart of the ...

Tonight, Tony and the team visit Newmarket, the birthplace of horseracing, in search of the earliest archaeological traces of the sport of kings. They dig in the heart of the historic town, in search of the remains of King Charles II's racing stables - arguably the world's first stables dedicated to racing.

Designer People
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Designer People: Stanley Wong

Season 2  |  Episode 4  |  SBS2  |  August 25, 2012
The world's leading architects and designers reveal the creative processes behind their most famous works. In this episode, we meet award-winning artist and graphic designer ...

The world's leading architects and designers reveal the creative processes behind their most famous works. In this episode, we meet award-winning artist and graphic designer Stanley Wong, who talks about his 22 years as an advertising guru.

Who Do You Think You Are?
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Who Do You Think You Are?: Vusi Mahlasela

Season 1  |  Episode 11  |  SBS2  |  March 24, 2012
This new 12-part series delves into the family history of some well-known South African faces, tracing their ancestry and revealing secrets and surprises from their pasts. As ...

This new 12-part series delves into the family history of some well-known South African faces, tracing their ancestry and revealing secrets and surprises from their pasts. As they discover more about who's who in their family, they get to know themselves better.

Taste Takes Off
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Taste Takes Off: Mexico

Season 1  |  Episode 10  |  SBS2  |  October 29, 2010
Peta Mathias is your global gourmet guide for this series as we sample culinary traditions from around the world. Malaysia, Chile, Canada and Hawaii are all on the menu as ...

Peta Mathias is your global gourmet guide for this series as we sample culinary traditions from around the world. Malaysia, Chile, Canada and Hawaii are all on the menu as Peta tucks into a mouth-watering selection of dishes from street food to five-star cuisine. Along the way we discover the essence of a destination can be found in its people and its food.

What I Wrote
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What I Wrote: Jack Hibberd - A Stretch Of The Imagination

Season 2  |  Episode 6  |  ABC  |  October 25, 2010
Five Australian playwrights talk candidly with Dr Tess Brady about their best known plays. In this episode Jack Hibberd discusses the existential clown in A Stretch of the ...

Five Australian playwrights talk candidly with Dr Tess Brady about their best known plays. In this episode Jack Hibberd discusses the existential clown in A Stretch of the Imagination.

Big, Bigger, Biggest
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Big, Bigger, Biggest: Airport

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  SBS  |  November 13, 2010
Heathrow Airport in London is the busiest international airport in the world. This film reveals how seven ingenious technological breakthroughs enabled engineers to build the ...

Heathrow Airport in London is the busiest international airport in the world. This film reveals how seven ingenious technological breakthroughs enabled engineers to build the most modern terminal of this super-structure - Terminal 5. With its enormous free span roof and fully automated baggage system to the robotic vehicles speeding passengers to its doors, T5 has changed airport design forever.

Great Migrations
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Great Migrations: Science Of Migrations

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  National Geographic  |  November 20, 2010
Investigate the mysteries behind some of Earth's most impressive and puzzling migrations using the latest technologies and field research.

Investigate the mysteries behind some of Earth's most impressive and puzzling migrations using the latest technologies and field research.

Who Do You Think You Are?
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Who Do You Think You Are?: Magda Szubanski

Season 3  |  Episode 1  |  SBS  |  November 28, 2010
Who Do You Think You Are? returns for a third series as six more Australian celebrities trace their family tree, uncovering secrets and stories from the past. Comedian and ...

Who Do You Think You Are? returns for a third series as six more Australian celebrities trace their family tree, uncovering secrets and stories from the past. Comedian and actress Magda Szubanski wants to better understand how world events have shaped her family. Tracing the lives of two ancestors, she discovers how both were forced to make grim choices and suffered the devastating consequences of war.

Sleek Geeks
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Sleek Geeks: Big Mouth

Season 2  |  Episode 2  |  ABC  |  November 18, 2010
Fifteen years ago Karl's daughter told him he had bum breath. This set Karl off on a journey to find out what causes halitosis and most importantly, how to cure it. Don't get ...

Fifteen years ago Karl's daughter told him he had bum breath. This set Karl off on a journey to find out what causes halitosis and most importantly, how to cure it. Don't get mad, get fact.

Kylie Kwong: My China
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Kylie Kwong: My China: Hong Kong

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  ABC  |  December 4, 2010
Kylie Kwong returns to the land of her ancestors and confronts the vast contrasts of China to take us on a culinary journey. This week, Kylie continues her search for Chinese ...

Kylie Kwong returns to the land of her ancestors and confronts the vast contrasts of China to take us on a culinary journey. This week, Kylie continues her search for Chinese culinary traditions in the familiar surroundings of Hong Kong. As she works her way through flying fish and urinating shrimps, Kylie wonders if there is such a thing as typical Hong Kong food. She finds the answer in a speakeasy.

Jimmy's Food Factory
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Jimmy's Food Factory: Who’s Fooling With Our Food?

Season 1  |  Episode 6  |  ABC2  |  December 1, 2010
Jimmy Doherty uncovers the tricks and techniques that food producers use to ensure we can enjoy favourite foods whenever we want. The British climate is not conducive to ...

Jimmy Doherty uncovers the tricks and techniques that food producers use to ensure we can enjoy favourite foods whenever we want. The British climate is not conducive to banana growing, so the fruit is picked while it is still green and flown there from thousands of miles away. Jimmy tries to copy the trick that banana suppliers use to artificially ripen them so they are ready for the supermarket. This leads him on to mushrooms, which normally only appear in the fields in autumn, but grace the supermarket shelves all year round.

Winston Churchill
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Winston Churchill

Episode 2  |  The History Channel  |  September 27, 2010
British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain made Winston Churchill First Lord of the Admiralty on the very first day of World War Two. But was this appointment all it appeared ...

British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain made Winston Churchill First Lord of the Admiralty on the very first day of World War Two. But was this appointment all it appeared to be? In this programme we examine Churchill and his performance during World War II and ask the question: how did a man responsible for some of history's greatest military disasters become the hero of the British people and the only man who could lead them through war?

Made In Spain With Jose Andres
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Made In Spain With Jose Andres

Season 1  |  Episode 13  |  SBS2  |  December 1, 2010
Made in Spain highlights the extraordinary cooking traditions of a country whose food and wine is capturing the world's imagination. Jose Andres brings us the exciting ...

Made in Spain highlights the extraordinary cooking traditions of a country whose food and wine is capturing the world's imagination. Jose Andres brings us the exciting flavours of his native Spain with easy and informative recipes created in his own kitchen.

Ganges
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Ganges

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  ABC  |  November 18, 2010
We descend from the foothills of the Himalayas to join the Ganges on its journey across the vast Indian plains. On the way, we pass some of the greatest and most ancient ...

We descend from the foothills of the Himalayas to join the Ganges on its journey across the vast Indian plains. On the way, we pass some of the greatest and most ancient cities, and witness how the Ganges has influenced Indian civilisation and wildlife for thousands of years.

Jimmy's Food Factory
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Jimmy's Food Factory: From the Fridge

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  ABC2  |  November 10, 2010
In this episode Jimmy opens the fridge door to see what is done to make even nature's simplest foods safe for us to eat. Beginning with milk, he finds out why it no longer ...

In this episode Jimmy opens the fridge door to see what is done to make even nature's simplest foods safe for us to eat. Beginning with milk, he finds out why it no longer comes with a cream top. Every day in the UK 36 million litres are produced, but before it arrives on the supermarket shelf it is pasteurised and homogenised. In his quest to find out what that involves, back in his barn Jimmy attempts to replicate the modern dairy process using a DIY production line involving using a high pressure washer, a tin bath, a fire extinguisher, a car jack, fence posts, a stepladder and a collection of buckets.

Rude Boy Food
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Rude Boy Food: Poker Night

Season 1  |  Episode 6  |  ABC2  |  December 3, 2010
The chef who breaks all the food rules and brings a cheeky vigour to cooking with his innovative street food, Aaron Craze, serves up his twist on Indian street food for his ...

The chef who breaks all the food rules and brings a cheeky vigour to cooking with his innovative street food, Aaron Craze, serves up his twist on Indian street food for his mates after a five-a-side football match at the local sports centre.

Young Victoria
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Young Victoria

SBS  |  November 24, 2010
Young Victoria tells the story of how an unassuming little girl rose to be the most powerful woman in the world. At her birth few believed Princess Victoria would ascend the ...

Young Victoria tells the story of how an unassuming little girl rose to be the most powerful woman in the world. At her birth few believed Princess Victoria would ascend the throne, but a number of untimely deaths and the failure of her uncles to father any children meant that Victoria became heiress to the throne of England. The battle between her and her mother the Duchess of Kent, however, was to become one of the fiercest mother-daughter struggles of all time, as the Duchess schemed to share in the power and riches that would one day be Victoria's.

Rude Boy Food
23:06

Rude Boy Food: Football

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  ABC2  |  November 12, 2010
Rule-breaking chef Aaron Craze features the third of his 'easy hand-held grub' programs, this time on British seaside street food at an extreme sports carnival at Brighton ...

Rule-breaking chef Aaron Craze features the third of his 'easy hand-held grub' programs, this time on British seaside street food at an extreme sports carnival at Brighton beach. His adrenalin junkie mates tuck into Rude Boy fish pie, his shellfish seaside special and finish off with horseradish and beetroot ice-creams and a nostalgic cream soda.

Food Trip With Todd English
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Food Trip With Todd English: Italian Food in Boston

Season 1  |  Episode 11  |  SBS2  |  November 18, 2010
Join chef and restaurateur Todd English as he travels the globe visiting exotic locations and collecting culinary ideas and inspiration. Along the way, he taps the knowledge ...

Join chef and restaurateur Todd English as he travels the globe visiting exotic locations and collecting culinary ideas and inspiration. Along the way, he taps the knowledge of local food experts who teach him about customs and culture. At the end of the show, viewers are invited to join Todd in his kitchen as he reinvents traditional cooking.

Literary Classics
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Literary Classics: Jane Eyre

STUDIO  |  November 14, 2010
Monster Moves
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Monster Moves: Supersize Steamship

Season 3  |  Episode 6  |  SBS  |  July 31, 2010
How will structural mover Jeremy Patterson manage to haul the SS President, one of the largest and best-known steamships in the USA, across nearly 130km of land and sea in St ...

How will structural mover Jeremy Patterson manage to haul the SS President, one of the largest and best-known steamships in the USA, across nearly 130km of land and sea in St Louis? Many obstacles lie in his way; the vessel cannot be lifted from the Mississippi river, and so the ship must be taken apart. But can it be put back together at the end of its journey? Or could this be the death of the President?

Nile
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Nile: Journey Of The Nile

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  ABC  |  August 16, 2010
An incredible voyage down the Blue and White Niles from their sources in Ethiopia and Uganda to the Mediterranean Sea. Along its course the Nile supports millions of people, ...

An incredible voyage down the Blue and White Niles from their sources in Ethiopia and Uganda to the Mediterranean Sea. Along its course the Nile supports millions of people, plants and animals. The river travels through nine countries, over gorges, wetlands and across some of the harshest deserts on the planet.

Australian Biography
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Australian Biography: Donald Metcalf

Season 11  |  Episode 5  |  SBS  |  April 15, 2010
Professor Donald Metcalf is internationally renowned for his pioneering medical research on the control of blood cell formation. This fundamental research has been used in the ...

Professor Donald Metcalf is internationally renowned for his pioneering medical research on the control of blood cell formation. This fundamental research has been used in the treatment of millions of cancer patients around the world.

Strong And Deadly
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Strong And Deadly

SBS  |  June 2, 2010
Indigenous young people (12-18 years) have often grown up against a background of entrenched social and economic disadvantage. This program looks at community-based ...

Indigenous young people (12-18 years) have often grown up against a background of entrenched social and economic disadvantage. This program looks at community-based initiatives that draw on culture that are having a significant impact on the health and well-being of Indigenous young people.

Feast Greece
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Feast Greece: Chios - The Weeping Isle

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  SBS  |  May 20, 2010
The North Aegean island of Chios is home to the treasured and rare natural spice, mastic. Barry travels to the south of the island to witness the miracle of the weeping mastic ...

The North Aegean island of Chios is home to the treasured and rare natural spice, mastic. Barry travels to the south of the island to witness the miracle of the weeping mastic tree. He visits two of the unique and stunning fortified mastic villages, and gets lost in the labyrinth of streets designed to confuse invaders.

Taste Takes Off
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Taste Takes Off: Vietnam

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  SBS2  |  September 17, 2010
Peta Mathias is your global gourmet guide for this series as we sample culinary traditions from around the world. Malaysia, Chile, Canada and Hawaii are all on the menu as ...

Peta Mathias is your global gourmet guide for this series as we sample culinary traditions from around the world. Malaysia, Chile, Canada and Hawaii are all on the menu as Peta tucks into a mouth-watering selection of dishes from street food to five-star cuisine. Along the way we discover the essence of a destination can be found in its people and its food.

Ancient Warriors
22:03

Ancient Warriors: The Normans

The History Channel  |  April 3, 2010
Descendants of the Vikings, the Normans were one of the most successful warrior groups of the Middle Ages, conquering the French coast and England.

Descendants of the Vikings, the Normans were one of the most successful warrior groups of the Middle Ages, conquering the French coast and England.

Planet Food
25:25

Planet Food: Mexico

ABC2  |  June 5, 2010
Follow our cook's journey through a chosen destination. On route they learn about staple foods, the history and culture of the food and where to find the best restaurants.

Follow our cook's journey through a chosen destination. On route they learn about staple foods, the history and culture of the food and where to find the best restaurants.

Nigella Feasts
27:00

Nigella Feasts: Spiced Up

Season 1  |  Episode 11  |  ABC  |  May 15, 2010
Nigella Lawson creates a fabulous spicy banquet with real wow factor. The Indian influenced menu is easy, flavoursome and delicious.

Nigella Lawson creates a fabulous spicy banquet with real wow factor. The Indian influenced menu is easy, flavoursome and delicious.

Good Morning Kalimantan
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Good Morning Kalimantan

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  ABC2  |  September 15, 2010
This six part series follows the adventures of a gibbon expert battling to save Borneo's threatened wildlife and using a very special radio station to do it.

This six part series follows the adventures of a gibbon expert battling to save Borneo's threatened wildlife and using a very special radio station to do it.

Seven Ages Of Britain
58:27

Seven Ages Of Britain: Age Of Revolution

Season 1  |  Episode 4  |  ABC  |  September 28, 2010
In the 17th century, the people of Britain learnt to question everything. The result was the Civil War, in which everyone, including artists, had to take sides. But out of it ...

In the 17th century, the people of Britain learnt to question everything. The result was the Civil War, in which everyone, including artists, had to take sides. But out of it came a re-invented monarchy, a scientific revolution and, ultimately, the great Cathedral of St Paul's.

The Genius Of Design
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The Genius Of Design: Ghosts In The Machine

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  ABC  |  September 21, 2010
We live in a designed world, made for us, and overseen by a diverse group of specialists that we call designers. This five-part series tell the story of design from the ...

We live in a designed world, made for us, and overseen by a diverse group of specialists that we call designers. This five-part series tell the story of design from the Industrial Revolution to the present day, from the accidental birth of design as a by-product of the 'division of labour' to the central role it now plays as we grapple with issues of over-production, consumption and the environment.

Cheese Slices
26:31

Cheese Slices: Japan

Season 4  |  Episode 10  |  ABC  |  September 22, 2010
Will travels to Japan with leading Australian chef Tetsuya Wakuda. Starting with a visit to Tokyo's leading cheese shop, Fermier, Will Then heads off to Shimizu Farm at ...

Will travels to Japan with leading Australian chef Tetsuya Wakuda. Starting with a visit to Tokyo's leading cheese shop, Fermier, Will Then heads off to Shimizu Farm at Nagano to see how a traditional mountain cheese is made.

Get Your Face On With Napoleon Perdis
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Get Your Face On With Napoleon Perdis: Famous Features

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  Discovery Science  |  February 17, 2010
This week the Napoleon Perdis Master class students learn that media and makeup go hand in hand. Napoleon teaches the students techniques for doing body makeup in preparation ...

This week the Napoleon Perdis Master class students learn that media and makeup go hand in hand. Napoleon teaches the students techniques for doing body makeup in preparation for the hardest test yet, recreating a period look for projection in high definition media. The unforgiving nature of high definition affects the students in more ways than one, making for the most dramatic elimination yet.

Destination Australia
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Destination Australia: Bittersweet Freedom

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  SBS  |  June 19, 2010
After Rashiq's father fled Iran, he was held in detention in Australia for six years. It then took another three years for the family to be granted visas. Rashiq, being the ...

After Rashiq's father fled Iran, he was held in detention in Australia for six years. It then took another three years for the family to be granted visas. Rashiq, being the oldest of four children bore much of the responsibility of raising the family during the separation from his father. Now as a teenager, recently arrived in Australia, he is determined to define and live a freedom that he has been unable to experience before.

Cheese Slices
23:33

Cheese Slices: Shepherds Cheeses

Season 3  |  Episode 2  |  ABC  |  June 2, 2010
Will visits the village of Espelette to discover the significance of its famous red peppers, before travelling into the mountains to one of the few remaining traditional ...

Will visits the village of Espelette to discover the significance of its famous red peppers, before travelling into the mountains to one of the few remaining traditional shepherds' huts.

Planet Earth II
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Planet Earth II: Grasslands

Season 2  |  Episode 5  |  Nine  |  March 22, 2017
Grasslands cover one quarter of all land and support the vast gatherings of wildlife, but to survive here animals must endure the most hostile seasonal changes on the planet.

Grasslands cover one quarter of all land and support the vast gatherings of wildlife, but to survive here animals must endure the most hostile seasonal changes on the planet.

Planet Earth II
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Planet Earth II: Planet Earth Diaries

Season 2  |  Episode 7  |  Nine  |  April 5, 2017
Planet Earth II was full of amazing, unique and colourful footage, but how was this achieved? Sir David Attenborough reveals the extraordinary dangers his crew went through to ...

Planet Earth II was full of amazing, unique and colourful footage, but how was this achieved? Sir David Attenborough reveals the extraordinary dangers his crew went through to produce one of the most amazing documentaries of our time.

Planet Earth II
49:29

Planet Earth II: Cities

Season 2  |  Episode 6  |  Nine  |  March 29, 2017
Cities are growing at a faster rate than any other habitat on Earth. They may seem an unlikely place for animals to thrive, but they can be a world of opportunity for animals ...

Cities are growing at a faster rate than any other habitat on Earth. They may seem an unlikely place for animals to thrive, but they can be a world of opportunity for animals like the leopards in Mumbai or peregrine falcons of New York City.

David Attenborough's Gorilla
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David Attenborough's Gorilla

Nine  |  November 21, 2009
For the first time ever, access has been given to watch and film the gorillas of the Ndoki in Central Africa - an untouched forest reserve, which is known for the uniquely ...

For the first time ever, access has been given to watch and film the gorillas of the Ndoki in Central Africa - an untouched forest reserve, which is known for the uniquely natural and unaffected behaviour of the lowland gorillas that inhabit it.

Hugh's War on Waste
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Hugh's War on Waste

Episode 3  |  Lifestyle Channel  |  February 23, 2017
Hugh's got two new massive corporate targets in his sights. This time he's taking on Amazon, for the amount of packaging it produces; and the coffee shop giants, Starbucks, ...

Hugh's got two new massive corporate targets in his sights. This time he's taking on Amazon, for the amount of packaging it produces; and the coffee shop giants, Starbucks, Costa, and Caffe Nero, for a recycling scandal that most of us never even knew existed.

Genius: Einstein
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Genius: Einstein: Chapter Seven

Season 1  |  Episode 7  |  National Geographic  |  June 5, 2017
Exhausted and worn out, Einstein begins experiencing serious health issues that jeopardise his attempts at making scientific history. Meanwhile, his friendships and ideals are ...

Exhausted and worn out, Einstein begins experiencing serious health issues that jeopardise his attempts at making scientific history. Meanwhile, his friendships and ideals are put to the test when war breaks out.

Genius: Einstein
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Genius: Einstein: Chapter Five

Season 1  |  Episode 5  |  National Geographic  |  July 21, 2017
With new teaching duties, Einstein begins to experience the academic life he long coveted. However, this new happiness comes at the price of his family who are tested even ...

With new teaching duties, Einstein begins to experience the academic life he long coveted. However, this new happiness comes at the price of his family who are tested even further when he is reintroduced to his cousin Elsa.

Will Time Tell?
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Will Time Tell?

ABC2  |  July 25, 2010
A modern dance/movement piece by Sue Healy, featuring Shona Erskine and five Japanese dancers filmed in Tokyo.

A modern dance/movement piece by Sue Healy, featuring Shona Erskine and five Japanese dancers filmed in Tokyo.

Foodie Planet
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Foodie Planet: Around the World

Season 2  |  Episode 8  |  SBS2  |  December 5, 2012
In this episode, Julie revisits some of the most spectacular, intense and unexpected encounters of the series. From Japanese sumo school to a funeral in Cameroon, this is a ...

In this episode, Julie revisits some of the most spectacular, intense and unexpected encounters of the series. From Japanese sumo school to a funeral in Cameroon, this is a program which takes you to all four corners of the world to discover mind-blowing landscapes and little-known customs!

Vs Arashi
45:41

Vs Arashi: Team School

SBS2  |  October 26, 2013
In this highly physical game and variety show, Japanese pop idols Arashi pit their wits, strength and courage against a different team of entertainers or sportspeople every ...

In this highly physical game and variety show, Japanese pop idols Arashi pit their wits, strength and courage against a different team of entertainers or sportspeople every week. The battles are intense as the teams compete for points and very cool prizes. In Japanese.

Being Overseas
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Being Overseas: Japan Part 2 - Tokyo, Mt Fuji, Niseko and Narita

Season 1  |  Episode 4  |  SBS  |  October 31, 2013
Roger continues his discovery of Tokyo, sees the spectacular Mt Fuji and heads North to Hokkaido immersing himself in Niseko's superb snow culture. He finishes off his ...

Roger continues his discovery of Tokyo, sees the spectacular Mt Fuji and heads North to Hokkaido immersing himself in Niseko's superb snow culture. He finishes off his Japanese journey by visiting Narita.

Tony Robinson's Tour of Duty
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Tony Robinson's Tour of Duty: Bathurst

Season 1  |  Episode 5  |  The History Channel  |  April 28, 2015
Your country needs you! Tony is in the quiet NSW town of Bathurst on Anzac Day. Hear stories of reconciliation over tea and scones in Cowra and the man whose childhood bedroom ...

Your country needs you! Tony is in the quiet NSW town of Bathurst on Anzac Day. Hear stories of reconciliation over tea and scones in Cowra and the man whose childhood bedroom window bullet hole was the envy of all his mates. The Tour of Duty Roadshow proves once again that no matter the town's population there's always a quirky story to be found; a lifesaving coin, a Japanese POW uniform, and one lucky woman is in for a surprise when she's reunited with a relic from her late father's war service.

Joanna Lumley's Japan
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Joanna Lumley's Japan

Episode 3  |  ABC  |  December 18, 2016
Joanna travels to the island of Shikoku to visit a selection of temples to gain a better understanding of Japanese Buddhism. She then takes a bullet train to Kyushu where she ...

Joanna travels to the island of Shikoku to visit a selection of temples to gain a better understanding of Japanese Buddhism. She then takes a bullet train to Kyushu where she finds the world's first robot hotel. (Final)

Music Voyager
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Music Voyager: Tennessee: Eastern Tennessee - Cradle of Country Music

NITV  |  August 18, 2017
Music Voyager starts its Tennessee journey in Bristol, a city in the north-east corner of the state that proudly claims to be the Birthplace of Country Music. We visit Georgia ...

Music Voyager starts its Tennessee journey in Bristol, a city in the north-east corner of the state that proudly claims to be the Birthplace of Country Music. We visit Georgia Warren, who at 96 years young is the last surviving participant of the legendary "Bristol Sessions" of 1927, which introduced the sounds of Appalachia to a wide audience and set the foundation for the growing popularity of country music across the nation. While in Bristol, we catch a street performance by musical nomads Megan Jean and the KFB and check out the Knoxville band the Black Lillies performing at one of Bristol's many outdoor concerts. We explore Bristol's other sites, including the Bristol Motor Speedway, as our host Jacob Edgar tests out a pace car on one of NASCAR's most exciting tracks. From Bristol, Music Voyager heads to Knoxville for a visit to the legendary "Blue Plate Special", a live radio program that features the best in local music. Singer-songwriters Scott Miller and RB Morris show us around their hometown. We also learn how far Appalachian music has evolved with an unplugged performance by up-and-coming country stars the Roys. Finally, we pass through the revitalised city of Chattanooga, home to the New Binkley Brothers who reveal that old time music isn't just for old folks. We also meet local dulcimer wizard Dan Landrum who performs with the country rock band Yarn.

Music Voyager
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Music Voyager: Jamaica: Beyond Bob Marley

NITV  |  July 7, 2017
Ask the average person what they know about Jamaican music and the first thing they will think of is Bob Marley. While the legacy of Marley is alive and well, in this episode, ...

Ask the average person what they know about Jamaican music and the first thing they will think of is Bob Marley. While the legacy of Marley is alive and well, in this episode, Jacob Edgar visits with some of today's most popular reggae artists who are keeping roots reggae going strong. Edgar's travels to St Thomas, a small city east of Kingston, to visit with Tarrus Riley, one of the hottest young reggae singers. After a walk through a local market, Tarrus takes Edgar down bumpy back roads for an unplugged performance next to the one-room shack by the sea that he lived in for seven years. After catching Tarrus at his star-studded record release party and a blazing show at Jamaica's biggest music festival, Sumfest, Edgar journeys to the hills outside of Kingston for a visit with reggae star Richie Spice. They explore Richie Spice's family farm and discuss the social role of reggae, what it means to be a Rastafarian and the joys of raising bunny rabbits. The episode ends with a visit with Etana, a young singer who blends reggae and neo-soul who has become hugely popular in Jamaica. Edgar and Etana discuss the struggles of women to make their voices heard in the Jamaican music industry, and Etana and her band treat the viewer to a stunning acoustic performance on the picturesque Goldeneye beach.

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Music Voyager: Israel: Songs from the Holy Land

NITV  |  August 25, 2017
Music Voyager travels to Jerusalem and northern Israel to discover the sights and sounds of a region rich with ancient history and religious significance. Israel is a land of ...

Music Voyager travels to Jerusalem and northern Israel to discover the sights and sounds of a region rich with ancient history and religious significance. Israel is a land of contrasts and conflicts: between tradition and modernity, war and peace, spirituality and secularism. The popular band Hadag Nahash blends hip-hop, funk and soul with politically expedient Hebrew lyrics to draw attention to the complex issues facing Israeli society. The band gives Music Voyager a stripped down performance at the picturesque Mahane Yehuda market in Jersualem, then invites us for drinks and conversation at the lead singer's pub. We visit leading Shephardic singer Yasmin Levy at her home on the outskirts of the city, where she performs songs in the Spanish-derived Ladino language. Leading singer-songwriter David Broza invites to visit a village devoted to peace between Arabs and Jews that was founded by his grandfather. Broza performs amidst the vines of his family winery, then takes us to an informal jam session with Palestinian musicians in East Jerusalem. We travel to the Galilee region of northern Israel for a visit to Tzfat, an epicenter of the mystical Kaballah and the world's largest klezmer music festival. Music Voyager journeys to the ancient and scenic port of Akko, before meeting up with Israeli star Mosh Ben-Ari for an unplugged performance in the magnificent Roman Theater at Caesarea. Mosh takes us to his home and farm where we learn of his love for the land and the importance of agriculture in the history and identity of Israelis.

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Music Voyager: Colombia: Heartbeat of Vallenato

NITV  |  August 11, 2017
Music Voyager is on a Colombian journey from the ranches and farmlands of Valledupar through the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta mountain range and on to the Caribbean coast. The ...

Music Voyager is on a Colombian journey from the ranches and farmlands of Valledupar through the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta mountain range and on to the Caribbean coast. The small city of Valledupar is the cradle of vallenato, which is a rustic, folksy and distinctly Colombian music style. There, we meet up with Fonseca, one of Colombia's biggest stars, who has incorporated the vallenato style into the tropipop sound for which he is famous. We meet with the Rey de Reyes (King of Kings) of the accordion, attend a wild street party, visit a restaurant that serves unusual wildlife, and join the adorable Los Ninos de Vallenato for a performance in the city's main square. Next, Music Voyager travels to a small coastal village to meet with a former paramilitary soldier turned vallenato singer, who serenades us in a fishing boat in the picturesque harbor. Finally we end up in the port city of Barranquilla, where steamy, tropical Afro-Colombian beats dominate the music scene. Singer Erika Munoz takes us to a rehearsal for Barranquilla's famous carnival and gives an impromptu performance of her African-influenced sound. Colombian legend Joe Arroyo performs with his full 14-piece band in a commandeered library. It's a journey that reveals the amazing diversity of Colombia's geography, culture and music.

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Music Voyager: Colombia: Heartbeat of Vallenato

NITV  |  March 3, 2017
Music Voyager is on a Colombian journey from the ranches and farmlands of Valledupar through the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta mountain range and on to the Caribbean coast. The ...

Music Voyager is on a Colombian journey from the ranches and farmlands of Valledupar through the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta mountain range and on to the Caribbean coast. The small city of Valledupar is the cradle of vallenato, which is a rustic, folksy and distinctly Colombian music style. There, we meet up with Fonseca, one of Colombia's biggest stars, who has incorporated the vallenato style into the tropipop sound for which he is famous. We meet with the Rey de Reyes (King of Kings) of the accordion, attend a wild street party, visit a restaurant that serves unusual wildlife, and join the adorable Los Ninos de Vallenato for a performance in the city's main square. Next, Music Voyager travels to a small coastal village to meet with a former paramilitary soldier turned vallenato singer, who serenades us in a fishing boat in the picturesque harbor. Finally we end up in the port city of Barranquilla, where steamy, tropical Afro-Colombian beats dominate the music scene. Singer Erika Munoz takes us to a rehearsal for Barranquilla's famous carnival and gives an impromptu performance of her African-influenced sound. Colombian legend Joe Arroyo performs with his full 14-piece band in a commandeered library. It's a journey that reveals the amazing diversity of Colombia's geography, culture and music.

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Music Voyager: Louisiana: New Orleans - The Perfect Musical Storm

NITV  |  February 11, 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.

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Music Voyager: Colombia: Colombia's Electro Tropical Beats

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.

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Music Voyager: Colombia: Colombia's Electro Tropical Beats

NITV  |  July 28, 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.

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Music Voyager: Florida: The Other Hollywood

NITV  |  September 22, 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.

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Music Voyager: Israel: Tel Aviv - Rocking Israel

NITV  |  September 8, 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.

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