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Life in a Victorian slum - child labour
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Life in a Victorian slum - child labour

Sending young children to work seems cruel by modern standards but in 1886 London it was necessary for a family's very survival.

Sending young children to work seems cruel by modern standards but in 1886 London it was necessary for a family's very survival.

Citizenship, defection and individual choice
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Citizenship, defection and individual choice

Clip from Mao's Last Dancer
Worried his choice to stay in the US reflects badly on the ballet company, Li decides to talk to the Chinese consulate in Houston. Inside the consulate, Ben and Charles ...

Worried his choice to stay in the US reflects badly on the ballet company, Li decides to talk to the Chinese consulate in Houston. Inside the consulate, Ben and Charles attempt to negotiate with diplomats but the vice consul asks to speak with Li privately. Li is detained after he explains to the official he wants to stay in the US. Amid media attention and a possible diplomatic row, consular official Zhang concedes Li is permitted to remain in the US but the dancer's Chinese citizenship is revo

Family resilience and individual dreams
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Family resilience and individual dreams

Clip from Mao's Last Dancer
Back home, Li's family suffers the consequences of his defection. Communist Party officials visit the family home intent of shaming the family. Li's mother, distraught and ...

Back home, Li's family suffers the consequences of his defection. Communist Party officials visit the family home intent of shaming the family. Li's mother, distraught and protective of him, blames the party for taking her son away. Li tells Ben of his plan to move to Florida with Elizabeth and Ben convinces him to stay in Houston, with what family he has here. Li continues to have nightmares about his family and the consequences of his actions. Li and Elizabeth's relationship deteriorates.

Home, memories and land theft
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Home, memories and land theft

Clip from The Castle
Sal finds Darryl packing up the "pool room" and they discuss taking care of Jack and looking for a new home. Darryl talks about memories, displacement and Australia's history ...

Sal finds Darryl packing up the "pool room" and they discuss taking care of Jack and looking for a new home. Darryl talks about memories, displacement and Australia's history of land theft, when Lawrence "Lawry" Hammill makes a surprise visit. Lawry explains he was a retired QC (Queen's council), or "lawyers rich people use", who specialised in Australian constitutional law and offers to appear on Darryl's behalf, pro bono.

Botj struggles to find a place for himself
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Botj struggles to find a place for himself

Clip from Yolngu Boy
Botj watches Milika and Lorrpu's ceremony into manhood. Afterwards, he goes to see his estranged mother. The next day, envious of Milika and Lorrpu, Botj pressures them into ...

Botj watches Milika and Lorrpu's ceremony into manhood. Afterwards, he goes to see his estranged mother. The next day, envious of Milika and Lorrpu, Botj pressures them into breaking into the local store. Botj gets into a fight with Lorrpu. Feeling isolated and angry, Botj decides to get high. Memories of Bäru (crocodile) initiation and anxieties about his future flash through his mind and he spins out of control, trashing the Youth Centre.

Joe and Len learn money doesn't fix everything
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Joe and Len learn money doesn't fix everything

Clip from Billionaire Boy
Joe loses his new friend Bob and learns a hard lesson about lying. Len tries to fix Joe's litter duty problem and bribes the principal to sack Mrs Sharp. Joe starts a petition ...

Joe loses his new friend Bob and learns a hard lesson about lying. Len tries to fix Joe's litter duty problem and bribes the principal to sack Mrs Sharp. Joe starts a petition to get her reinstated, discovering the bribe his father made. Joe takes Bob's words to heart and decides to confront his father at his engagement party. Joe runs away, and Len finally seeks an "honest" answer from Warwick Davis.

DIY hand sanitiser test
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DIY hand sanitiser test

Clip from Scope
Junior scientist Jeffrey shows us how to test if our sanitisers are really keeping our hands clean and how to choose the right product. To conduct this experiment yourself, ...

Junior scientist Jeffrey shows us how to test if our sanitisers are really keeping our hands clean and how to choose the right product. To conduct this experiment yourself, you will need agar agar plates, a sample of Sarcina lutea, cotton wool tips, clear film, filter paper, the sanitisers you want to test and a temperature controlled environment.

Labelling and enculturation
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Labelling and enculturation

Edward accidentally cuts Kim's hand as he descends from sculpting ice angel. Jim accuses Edward of intentional harm. Peg takes Kim inside to clean the wound, as Jim starts ...

Edward accidentally cuts Kim's hand as he descends from sculpting ice angel. Jim accuses Edward of intentional harm. Peg takes Kim inside to clean the wound, as Jim starts intimidating Edward. Calling Edward names and telling him he is dangerous, Jim invalidates his self-worth. Afraid and confused, Edward runs from the house and begins to behave as Jim, and the distrusting neighbours have labelled him, inciting further hysteria in the community.

Romeo and Juliet meet, and Paris is introduced
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Romeo and Juliet meet, and Paris is introduced

Clip from Romeo + Juliet
Seeking solitude from the party, Romeo and Juliet meet eyes across an aquarium and fall in love. But Juliet is stolen away at her mother behest, to meet the fable suitor. ...

Seeking solitude from the party, Romeo and Juliet meet eyes across an aquarium and fall in love. But Juliet is stolen away at her mother behest, to meet the fable suitor. Following in chase, Romeo is seen by Juliet's cousin, Tybalt. Tybalt vows to kill Romeo for his intrusion, but Fulgencio, Juliet's father, stops him and commands that he endures his anger. Romeo and Juliet steal glances as she dances with the suitor Paris.

Romeo and Juliet pay the forfeit for the peace
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Romeo and Juliet pay the forfeit for the peace

Clip from Romeo + Juliet
Inside the church, Romeo bids Juliet farewell and drinks the poison. At that moment, Juliet awakens and, realising what has happened, they sharing a final kiss. Distraught, ...

Inside the church, Romeo bids Juliet farewell and drinks the poison. At that moment, Juliet awakens and, realising what has happened, they sharing a final kiss. Distraught, Juliet uses Romeo gun to take her own life. The bodies are found and taken to the morgue. Captain Prince castigates both families for the consequences of their feudal behaviour, condemning all to punishment. The final scene is reported on television by the same news anchor that began our story of poor Juliet and her Romeo.

The Eagle has landed
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The Eagle has landed

Clip from Eddie the Eagle
Bronson writes "EAGLE" on Eddie's helmet as he prepares for the big jump. Over the announcement, Warren Sharpe, Bronson's old coach, talks of his disappointment in Bronson. ...

Bronson writes "EAGLE" on Eddie's helmet as he prepares for the big jump. Over the announcement, Warren Sharpe, Bronson's old coach, talks of his disappointment in Bronson. Off the drink, Bronson is determined to stay focussed on supporting Eddie. As Bronson drops Eddie at the lifts, Eddie reminds him things will be okay. In the lift, Eddie is given an unlikely pep talk from Matti Nykanen. Eddie lands a new personal best in front of an adoring crowd.

DIY ocean currents
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DIY ocean currents

Clip from Scope
Junior scientist Braeden explains the science behind the global movement of our oceans, plus a fun experiment to see how this important process works. Water travels thousands ...

Junior scientist Braeden explains the science behind the global movement of our oceans, plus a fun experiment to see how this important process works. Water travels thousands of kilometres each year through a process known as current convection. Convection currents occur when warm and cold water come into contact, and the two densities interact. To conduct this experiment, you'll need, a glass jar, fresh water, food dye, an eyedropper, a candle, a wire rack and a glass of water.

Resting Meat
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Resting Meat

Ben Milbourne rest his freshly barbecued rack of lamb, Professor Melissa Fitzgerald explains how heat and stressors cause proteins to loose their quaternary structure ...

Ben Milbourne rest his freshly barbecued rack of lamb, Professor Melissa Fitzgerald explains how heat and stressors cause proteins to loose their quaternary structure (denaturation), and we learn how resting meat helps retain moisture.

Onion and cucumber pickles
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Onion and cucumber pickles

Dr Joel Gilmore explains why we pickle foods and how salts and acids preserve perishable items by preventing bacteria. Meanwhile, Ben Milbourne wonders what came first, the ...

Dr Joel Gilmore explains why we pickle foods and how salts and acids preserve perishable items by preventing bacteria. Meanwhile, Ben Milbourne wonders what came first, the need to pickle or our love of sharp acids flavours?

Blueberry drizzle cake
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Blueberry drizzle cake

Ben Milbourne makes the base for a blueberry drizzle cake, and Professor Olivia Wright explains the science behind a fluffy sponge cake and how to avoid over-activating the gluten.

Ben Milbourne makes the base for a blueberry drizzle cake, and Professor Olivia Wright explains the science behind a fluffy sponge cake and how to avoid over-activating the gluten.

Apple berry jam
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Apple berry jam

Dr Joel Gilmore explains the role of pectin in maintaining the cell structure of fruit and how to harness its properties to trap waters and sugars to create a perfect, ...

Dr Joel Gilmore explains the role of pectin in maintaining the cell structure of fruit and how to harness its properties to trap waters and sugars to create a perfect, naturally thickened jam.

Global warming and saving coral
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Global warming and saving coral

Clip from Catalyst
Ruth Gates and Emma Johnstone discuss mitigating the ongoing effects of global warming, safeguarding the future of coral reefs around the world and the ethics of assisted ...

Ruth Gates and Emma Johnstone discuss mitigating the ongoing effects of global warming, safeguarding the future of coral reefs around the world and the ethics of assisted evolution.

Wellbeing and violence prevention program
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Wellbeing and violence prevention program

Clip from Kids' Business
Students discuss their emotions, equality and the nature of power with program facilitator Bernadette Wright. Casey brings up an example of intimation involving her father, ...

Students discuss their emotions, equality and the nature of power with program facilitator Bernadette Wright. Casey brings up an example of intimation involving her father, and the other children are reminded to respect group confidentiality. Privately, Bernadette talks with Casey about her problems at home and some of the related issues at school. Together they practise talking to her father, and Bernadette explains the importance of emotional intelligence.

Good secrets and bad secrets
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Good secrets and bad secrets

Clip from Kids' Business
The class learns about trust, confidentiality and secrets. Program facilitator Bernadette challenges students to consider the ethical boundaries of good secrets versus bad ...

The class learns about trust, confidentiality and secrets. Program facilitator Bernadette challenges students to consider the ethical boundaries of good secrets versus bad secrets, and the responsibility we all have to protect others from harm.

Learning about emotional intelligence
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Learning about emotional intelligence

Clip from Kids' Business
Matt shares with the class that he misses his father, who is absent because of work, and together they workshop ways to approach the subject. Bernadette explains the ...

Matt shares with the class that he misses his father, who is absent because of work, and together they workshop ways to approach the subject. Bernadette explains the importance of using the pronoun 'I' rather than 'you' when communicating, to safeguard against casting blame. The class learns about 'I' messages and communicating emotions effectively.

Healthy communication and breaking old habits
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Healthy communication and breaking old habits

Clip from Kids' Business
Jacob tells Bernadette about his dad, and they discuss strategies for communicating. With Bernadette's encouragement, Jacob calls his father and talks to him about his ...

Jacob tells Bernadette about his dad, and they discuss strategies for communicating. With Bernadette's encouragement, Jacob calls his father and talks to him about his thoughts and feelings. Back at school, Casey tells Bernadette that she told her father about the emotional effects of his behaviour during a family meeting. Talking with facilitator Bernadette, Casey also acknowledges that talking to her father and learning to communicate her feelings effectively can break negative habits.

Totally Wild: Kristina Clonan
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Totally Wild: Kristina Clonan

Clip from Totally Wild
Totally Wild catches up with champion endurance cyclist Kristina Clonan and gets the scoop on qualifying for the 2018 Commonwealth Games, her training schedule and what she's ...

Totally Wild catches up with champion endurance cyclist Kristina Clonan and gets the scoop on qualifying for the 2018 Commonwealth Games, her training schedule and what she's doing when she gets behind the wheel. Between eating, sleeping, finishing her degree and keeping up with her gruelling training schedule, Kristina like nothing more than putting her feet up.

Can we save the reef?
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Can we save the reef?

Clip from Catalyst
With time running out for reefs around the world, scientists and marine biologists are stretching the limits, developing new techniques to save these precious structures and ...

With time running out for reefs around the world, scientists and marine biologists are stretching the limits, developing new techniques to save these precious structures and the important ecosystems they support.

How to speak with an Aussie accent
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How to speak with an Aussie accent

Clip from The Sounds Of Aus
This hilarious clip explains how and why Australians have such a distinctly 'flat' sounding accent.

This hilarious clip explains how and why Australians have such a distinctly 'flat' sounding accent.

Perseverance, acceptance and personal growth
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Perseverance, acceptance and personal growth

On opening night Lennie Grubb gives Erica a pep talk, persuading her to continue with the play. After sorting out the props she is sent back to her dorm by Ms Belmont where ...

On opening night Lennie Grubb gives Erica a pep talk, persuading her to continue with the play. After sorting out the props she is sent back to her dorm by Ms Belmont where she finds a hardcopy of her play complied by Alison. She realises all she has missed and goes back to watch the final act. Alison invites her on stage to accept the applause. Erica realises what she has to do and goes outside to find Alison.

New parents and school camps
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New parents and school camps

Lennie Grubb drives Erica to camp drop-off and tries to talk to Erica about his marrying her mother. The conversation goes badly and Lennie accidently tells Erica some hurtful ...

Lennie Grubb drives Erica to camp drop-off and tries to talk to Erica about his marrying her mother. The conversation goes badly and Lennie accidently tells Erica some hurtful truths about her father. Erica tells Lennie he will never be her stepfather. Alison and Erica are assigned cabins together, much to their annoyance. Erica and Barry Holis have a flirtatious altercation in the dining hall.

The mechanism of coral bleaching
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The mechanism of coral bleaching

Clip from Catalyst
Coral bleaching occurs when the relationship between algae symbionts and the coral is disrupted, which happens when the plant-cells (algae symbionts) are exposed to high ...

Coral bleaching occurs when the relationship between algae symbionts and the coral is disrupted, which happens when the plant-cells (algae symbionts) are exposed to high temperatures, causing the algae to stop photosynthesising and produce an irritant. The coral then begins to reject the plant-cells, losing its colour and primary energy source. Once the coral has lost its life-giving plant-cells, it will eventually die.

Family violence and childhood conditioning
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Family violence and childhood conditioning

Clip from Kids' Business
Kacee tells the class about a fight between her mother and stepfather. Recognising that Kacee is witnessing domestic violence and spousal abuse, Bernadette asks to chat ...

Kacee tells the class about a fight between her mother and stepfather. Recognising that Kacee is witnessing domestic violence and spousal abuse, Bernadette asks to chat privately. While they talk, Kacee and Bernadette discuss ways to talk to her mother about the issue. In 2017, one in four Australian women experienced "intimate partner violence". Bernadette wants to teach the kids that violence is not their fault and with the right tools they can make healthy choices.

Global warming
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Global warming

Clip from Catalyst
Marine biologist, Professor Emma Johnstone, explores the effects of global warming on the future of the world largest and most complex reef ecosystem, the Great Barrier Reef. ...

Marine biologist, Professor Emma Johnstone, explores the effects of global warming on the future of the world largest and most complex reef ecosystem, the Great Barrier Reef. The question is, as the rate of coral bleaching increases and global carbon emissions remain unwavering, do we use science to intervene in an attempt design more robust stains of coral?

The geological history of the Great Barrier Reef
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The geological history of the Great Barrier Reef

Clip from Catalyst
Professor Emma Johnstone meets geoscientist Jody Webster, from the University of Sydney, to explore the history of the Great Barrier Reef. Using multi-beam sonar images to ...

Professor Emma Johnstone meets geoscientist Jody Webster, from the University of Sydney, to explore the history of the Great Barrier Reef. Using multi-beam sonar images to map the reef, Jody can identify patterns in its geological history and pinpoint various life cycles. According to material evidence, the reef has undergone many changes, deaths and renewals, but none have occurred as suddenly those in recent years.

High school, classism and misconceptions
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High school, classism and misconceptions

The opening sequence shows a divide between the gentle, lavish and privately educated lifestyle of the wealthy, and the chaotic, harsh and publically educated environment of ...

The opening sequence shows a divide between the gentle, lavish and privately educated lifestyle of the wealthy, and the chaotic, harsh and publically educated environment of the poor. This classist motif reoccurs throughout the film. The lead character, Erica Yurken, is not from the gentle world of tennis and ballerinas, but the harsh world of graffiti and bullies. She is instantly drawn to the new teacher, Ms Belmont, who vows to crush the infamous 9C classroom into shape.

Coral spawning
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Coral spawning

Clip from Catalyst
Most corals only spawn once a year, the only window scientists have to trial hybridisation. Corals release tiny bundles of eggs and sperm that float to the surface of the ...

Most corals only spawn once a year, the only window scientists have to trial hybridisation. Corals release tiny bundles of eggs and sperm that float to the surface of the ocean to break up and fertilise. Within a week, the fertilised eggs develop into planula larvae. Planula, no bigger than a grain of rice, must then begin searching for a suitable location and an algal partner (algae symbionts). Ruth Gates believes this moment holds the key for breeding hardier reefs.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

Clip from 60 Minutes
Royal Fairytale Tara Brown is on the ground in London ahead of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's big day. While the world if buzzing with royal wedding fever - not everyone is ...

Royal Fairytale Tara Brown is on the ground in London ahead of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's big day. While the world if buzzing with royal wedding fever - not everyone is so excited. Republican and feminist Germaine Greer predicts the marriage won't last.

Daria
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Daria: See Jane Run

Season 2  |  Episode 11  |  SBS2  |  August 25, 2016
Watch Daria juggle the tribulations of being a teenage girl with career-fixated parents and a relentlessly popular younger sister, as well as attending the 'progressive' ...

Watch Daria juggle the tribulations of being a teenage girl with career-fixated parents and a relentlessly popular younger sister, as well as attending the 'progressive' Lawndale school.

Daria
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Daria: Cafe Disaffecto

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  SBS2  |  July 21, 2016
Daria relunctantly becomes involved in the opening of Lawndale's new student coffeehouse. She also becomes involved in its closing. (S.1 Ep.4) (Class. tba)

Daria relunctantly becomes involved in the opening of Lawndale's new student coffeehouse. She also becomes involved in its closing. (S.1 Ep.4) (Class. tba)

Travel Man
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Travel Man: Moscow

Season 1  |  Episode 4  |  SBS VICELAND  |  December 12, 2016
Richard Ayoade and Greg Davies attempt to extract the essence of Moscow in just 48 hours. It's a challenge which sees them clash with tanks in Red Square, head into space and ...

Richard Ayoade and Greg Davies attempt to extract the essence of Moscow in just 48 hours. It's a challenge which sees them clash with tanks in Red Square, head into space and underground, and visit one of the strangest circuses in the world.

Peter Kuruvita's Coastal Kitchen
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Peter Kuruvita's Coastal Kitchen

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  SBS  |  November 10, 2016
Home Grown - Having bid farewell to city life and moved to the tropical seaside town of Noosa, chef and restaurateur Peter Kuruvita heads out to meet the community of ...

Home Grown - Having bid farewell to city life and moved to the tropical seaside town of Noosa, chef and restaurateur Peter Kuruvita heads out to meet the community of passionate producers to discover more about the fresh local produce that has made this region one of the most exciting new foodie destinations in Australia. Since moving to the Sunshine Coast, Peter and his family haven't looked back. Peter begins his journey by visiting family-owned and run farms in the Sunshine Coast before transforming their produce into family friendly dishes, including his own Kuruvita family favourite, Pho, using Thai Basil picked from his own garden. (S.1 Ep.1) (Class. tba)

Great American Railroad Journeys
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Great American Railroad Journeys: Manassas To Jamestown

Season 1  |  Episode 8  |  SBS  |  October 12, 2016
Michael Portillo arrives in Manassas, Virginia, scene of two crucial battles during the American Civil War. In Fredericksburg, he tries bottling bourbon corn whiskey and ...

Michael Portillo arrives in Manassas, Virginia, scene of two crucial battles during the American Civil War. In Fredericksburg, he tries bottling bourbon corn whiskey and learns how it became the nation's spirit. In Richmond, the ex-politician enjoys a tour of the Virginia state Capitol building, where he hears of the dilemma faced by one of its most famous sons, General Robert E Lee, before donning his dancing shoes for a Cotillion ball. Michael ends his journey in Jamestown, the first permanent English settlement in North America.

Back to the Future Part II
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Back to the Future Part II

7mate  |  September 4, 2016
Marty McFly has only just got back from the past, when he is once again picked up by Doc Brown and sent through time to the future.

Marty McFly has only just got back from the past, when he is once again picked up by Doc Brown and sent through time to the future.

The Missing Evidence
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The Missing Evidence: Jack The Ripper

Season 1  |  Episode 4  |  SBS  |  March 25, 2015
For 125 years, the identity of this infamous murderer has remained a mystery. Now, hidden diaries and letters point toward a new suspect, a woman by the name of Lizzie Williams.

For 125 years, the identity of this infamous murderer has remained a mystery. Now, hidden diaries and letters point toward a new suspect, a woman by the name of Lizzie Williams.

Atanasoff: The Father Of The Computer
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Atanasoff: The Father Of The Computer

SBS  |  May 24, 2015
We all know who invented the telephone, the light bulb and the airplane. But what about the computer? This is the story of John Atanasoff, and how in 1937 he unleashed the ...

We all know who invented the telephone, the light bulb and the airplane. But what about the computer? This is the story of John Atanasoff, and how in 1937 he unleashed the digital revolution. A story of deceit, greed, academic fraud and perhaps even murder as we try to piece together the origins of the computer and how its creator was denied his rightful place in history.

The Missing Evidence
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The Missing Evidence: Big Foot

Season 1  |  Episode 5  |  SBS  |  April 1, 2015
Stories of a giant walking creature have been told for centuries in the remote landscapes of Tibet and North America but it wasn't until, in 1951 the explorer Edmund Hillary ...

Stories of a giant walking creature have been told for centuries in the remote landscapes of Tibet and North America but it wasn't until, in 1951 the explorer Edmund Hillary took a photograph of huge footprints in the Himalayan snow that the legend took off. Very soon, eyewitness reports from the US and Canada suggested that an ancient species of hominid had survived in the remote American wilderness.

Daria
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Daria: College Bored

Season 1  |  Episode 4  |  SBS2  |  July 20, 2016
Helen and Jake decide that Daria and Quinn may not be prepared for college. They enroll the two in a college prep course. This requires a trip to Helen and Jake's alma mater, ...

Helen and Jake decide that Daria and Quinn may not be prepared for college. They enroll the two in a college prep course. This requires a trip to Helen and Jake's alma mater, where Quinn is named Keg Queen and Daria starts her own business ghostwriting term papers.

Great American Railroad Journeys
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Great American Railroad Journeys: Brooklyn To Montauk

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  SBS  |  August 31, 2016
From Manhattan, Michael follows his Appleton's General Guide east to Long Island. Beginning in Brooklyn, he hears the moving story behind the construction of the world's first ...

From Manhattan, Michael follows his Appleton's General Guide east to Long Island. Beginning in Brooklyn, he hears the moving story behind the construction of the world's first steel suspension bridge high above the East River. He travels through New York City's first subway, the Brooklyn Navy Yard, and follows in the footsteps of thousands of early 20th century holiday makers to Coney Island. In East Hampton he discovers home, sweet home, before his journey at the Montauk lighthouse on Long Island's eastern most tip. (S.1 Ep.2) (Class. tba)

Daria
21:58

Daria: The Teachings of Don Jake

Season 1  |  Episode 12  |  SBS2  |  August 4, 2016
Watch Daria juggle the tribulations of being a teenage girl with career-fixated parents and a popular younger sister.

Watch Daria juggle the tribulations of being a teenage girl with career-fixated parents and a popular younger sister.

A History of Christianity
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A History of Christianity: God In The Dock

Season 1  |  Episode 6  |  The History Channel  |  December 19, 2016
Scepticism has transformed Western culture and transformed Christianity. Where did this religious doubt come from? Is fading belief due to the advance of science and reason, ...

Scepticism has transformed Western culture and transformed Christianity. Where did this religious doubt come from? Is fading belief due to the advance of science and reason, or due to its entanglement with world wars, Fascism and Nazism? However, in the middle of this crisis, the Church has nonetheless rediscovered deep and enduring truths about itself, and these may even hold clues to its future.

The Jesus Code
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The Jesus Code

Episode 3  |  The History Channel  |  December 16, 2016
An epic series that deciphers the life of Jesus through six extraordinary objects associated with his life and death. We discover fascinating new insights into the historical ...

An epic series that deciphers the life of Jesus through six extraordinary objects associated with his life and death. We discover fascinating new insights into the historical Jesus, utilising the latest state-of-the-art scientific techniques and archaeological research. We investigate the value and authenticity of six objects which could shed new light on Jesus - the Shroud of Turin, relics venerated as part of the True Cross, the Gospel of Judas, relics believed to be of John the Baptist, the Gospel of Mary Magdalene and the secret brother of Jesus. We are guided by breathtaking dramatic reconstruction and a first-class panel of on-screen contributors. We hear from representatives of the world's best universities including Yale, Harvard, Princeton and Oxford, as they provide historical and theological insight, while the likes of Father James Martin SJ, the Reverend Paul Raushenbush and Erwin MacManus help bring our characters and their emotional journeys to life for our audience.

Impossible Engineering
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Impossible Engineering

Episode 1  |  Discovery Science  |  December 9, 2016
The HMS Queen Elizabeth is a ship of record breaking proportions with cutting edge naval and aerial engineering.

The HMS Queen Elizabeth is a ship of record breaking proportions with cutting edge naval and aerial engineering.

Daria
21:21

Daria: Write Where It Hurts

Season 2  |  Episode 13  |  SBS2  |  August 30, 2016
Watch Daria juggle the tribulations of being a teenage girl with career-fixated parents and a relentlessly popular younger sister, as well as attending the 'progressive' ...

Watch Daria juggle the tribulations of being a teenage girl with career-fixated parents and a relentlessly popular younger sister, as well as attending the 'progressive' Lawndale school.

Daria
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Daria: Malled

Season 1  |  Episode 5  |  SBS2  |  July 25, 2016
Daria's economics class takes a field trip to an enormous new mall. Daria is sickened by the teeming masses. After discovering Quinn playing hooky at the mall, Daria is no ...

Daria's economics class takes a field trip to an enormous new mall. Daria is sickened by the teeming masses. After discovering Quinn playing hooky at the mall, Daria is no longer sick.

Mission Pluto
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Mission Pluto

National Geographic  |  July 29, 2016
NASA's new horizons spacecraft will capture the first-ever close-up images and scientific observations of Pluto and its system of large and small moons. In this unprecedented ...

NASA's new horizons spacecraft will capture the first-ever close-up images and scientific observations of Pluto and its system of large and small moons. In this unprecedented special event, witness one of the great explorations of our time.

Homemade History: The Home Movies of Leon Isackson
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Homemade History: The Home Movies of Leon Isackson

Season 1  |  Episode 7  |  ABC  |  September 4, 2013
Each five-minute episode uses the 8mm home movie footage of an individual or family to tell the small stories that fill in the gaps of our formal history. At 17 Leon Isackson ...

Each five-minute episode uses the 8mm home movie footage of an individual or family to tell the small stories that fill in the gaps of our formal history. At 17 Leon Isackson joined the RJays, the studio band for Teen Time, Australia's first live TV rock and roll show.

Blue Water High
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Blue Water High

Season 3  |  Episode 20  |  ABC ME  |  May 14, 2014
Guy has worked hard all year to stay focused and free from distractions. Suddenly he meets the girl of his dreams and all his best intentions go out the window.

Guy has worked hard all year to stay focused and free from distractions. Suddenly he meets the girl of his dreams and all his best intentions go out the window.

Blue Water High
24:59

Blue Water High

Season 3  |  Episode 6  |  ABC ME  |  April 24, 2014
Guy's world is turned upside down when he discovers an anonymous enemy has landed him in serious trouble.

Guy's world is turned upside down when he discovers an anonymous enemy has landed him in serious trouble.

Boy To Man
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Boy To Man: The Honey Hunters

Season 1  |  Episode 10  |  BBC Knowledge  |  April 6, 2017
In the Himalayas, honey hunters are the most respected and influential people in their communities. Tim must brave sheer heights and marauding bees to earn his stripes as a man.

In the Himalayas, honey hunters are the most respected and influential people in their communities. Tim must brave sheer heights and marauding bees to earn his stripes as a man.

Dickens In America
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Dickens In America: New York

Season 1  |  Episode 4  |  Arts  |  May 29, 2017
Margolyes aims to discover what's changed and what hasn't in the intervening 160 years as she arrives in New York where she goes on night patrol with officers of the NYPD, ...

Margolyes aims to discover what's changed and what hasn't in the intervening 160 years as she arrives in New York where she goes on night patrol with officers of the NYPD, visits the little-known Roosevelt Island, makes a surprising discovery at New York public library and is incarcerated in New York's notorious Tombs.

Museum Of The World
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Museum Of The World

Episode 1  |  STUDIO  |  May 4, 2010
In May 2006 in Paris, former French President, Jaques Chirac, opened the world's first museum to acknowledge the inherent artistic value of indigenous art works. Founded on a ...

In May 2006 in Paris, former French President, Jaques Chirac, opened the world's first museum to acknowledge the inherent artistic value of indigenous art works. Founded on a belief "in the equal dignity of the world's cultures", Chirac said, "France wished to pay rightful homage to peoples to whom, throughout the ages, history has all too often done violence". For the first time what used to be referred to as primitive art, works from Oceania, Asia, Africa and the America's, found mostly until now in dusty natural history museums, have been given an ultra modern home in the Musee du Quai Branly, on the Seine adjacent to the Eiffel Tower. The design of the museum and its ceilings, floors and facades have drawn heavily on the work of contemporary Australian Aboriginal artists.

The Voice
48:47

The Voice: Getting Intimate - The Male Voice

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  STUDIO  |  June 21, 2010
The Voice is a journey through the greatest vocal talents the world has ever heard. The series combines classic archive, rare and unseen footage, unique intimate performances, ...

The Voice is a journey through the greatest vocal talents the world has ever heard. The series combines classic archive, rare and unseen footage, unique intimate performances, and exclusive interviews with a legion of legends, from Pavarotti to Bono, Maria Callas to Bjork, Ray Charles to Brian Wilson.

WWII: Countdown to Victory
55:17

WWII: Countdown to Victory: Onwards, Ever Onwards

Season 1  |  Episode 21  |  The History Channel  |  August 7, 2017
Despite the fact that Hitler's position was worsening by the day, the Nazis were still capable of inflicting terrible damage, and when the Germans attempted a breakthrough in ...

Despite the fact that Hitler's position was worsening by the day, the Nazis were still capable of inflicting terrible damage, and when the Germans attempted a breakthrough in the Ardennes region of France, the ensuing Battle of the Bulge resulted in terrible US casualties. Even so, the Germans failed to achieve their objectives, and as the year came to an end, so did Hitler's last hopes of victory.

Love It Or List It Australia
49:50

Love It Or List It Australia: Canterbury, NSW

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  Lifestyle Channel  |  October 11, 2017
Leanne and Glen's family of nine is bursting at the seams in their tiny bungalow in Canterbury. Neale has to conjure space where there is none and Andrew has to persuade ...

Leanne and Glen's family of nine is bursting at the seams in their tiny bungalow in Canterbury. Neale has to conjure space where there is none and Andrew has to persuade Leanne that life will be better somewhere else.

The Somme 1916 - From Both Sides
59:04

The Somme 1916 - From Both Sides

Episode 1  |  The History Channel  |  July 1, 2017
This documentary presents the cataclysmic events that began on July 1, 1916, for the first time, from both sides of no man's land.

This documentary presents the cataclysmic events that began on July 1, 1916, for the first time, from both sides of no man's land.

City In The Sky
59:04

City In The Sky: Arrival

Episode 3  |  BBC Knowledge  |  September 25, 2017
Meet the air traffic controllers who, at some times of the year, deal with over 1000 flights a day arriving at the busiest airport in the world. The team also find out what ...

Meet the air traffic controllers who, at some times of the year, deal with over 1000 flights a day arriving at the busiest airport in the world. The team also find out what the future of aviation might look like.

Steve Backshall's Mountain Challenge
22:20

Steve Backshall's Mountain Challenge

Episode 1  |  BBC Knowledge  |  March 12, 2017
Steve Backshall embarks on one of the most dangerous expeditions ever filmed. His mission is to explore Venezuela's ancient, sheer-sided mountains, lost worlds cut off from ...

Steve Backshall embarks on one of the most dangerous expeditions ever filmed. His mission is to explore Venezuela's ancient, sheer-sided mountains, lost worlds cut off from the jungle below.

Land Of The Midnight Sun
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Land Of The Midnight Sun

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  BBC Knowledge  |  March 4, 2017
In episode two, Alexander continues his journey through Iceland. He heads to Thingvellir National Park to explore a vast 40,000 mile crack in the Earth's surface.

In episode two, Alexander continues his journey through Iceland. He heads to Thingvellir National Park to explore a vast 40,000 mile crack in the Earth's surface.

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