Natalie wants to swap her Coburg North home of 10 years for the sunnier weather of Queensland. She's over the dated kitchen and odd layout. Will Andrew's Brisbane alternative win against Neale's Melbourne location?
Margie and Grayson live in their dated Jindalee home with their two daughters. Neale has the task of bringing the daggy decor up-to-date, while Andrew has to find a family home closer to Brisbane where the couple work.
Mel and Macca have nine kids and all the space in their home is in the wrong place. Neale has to redesign the house to make it open plan, while Andrew has to pry Macca from what he already thinks is his perfect home.
Family entertainment with Michael McIntyre, featuring music from Katherine Jenkins and a performance from mind magician Colin Cloud. A florist gets the surprise of her life when she becomes the unexpected star of the show, and former Welsh international footballer Robbie Savage hands over his phone for another celebrity edition of Send to All.
Australia's leading and only satirical consumer affairs show returns with a new look, new timeslot and new segments as well as stories addressing all manner of consumer issues that affect your life and help save you money.
Unique colour footage of American forces during the Second World War in the Pacific, and in defeated Japan. Fall of Japan shows many aspects of combat on land at sea and in the air, as well as the aftermath of devastated Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki following the atomic bombing.
Lawndale High is abuzz with homecoming preparations. The quarterback who led the team to a state championship three years ago is returning! Then he has a tragic accident, which ironically leads to sudden popularity for Daria.
The Jurassic World theme park lets guests experience the thrill of witnessing actual dinosaurs, but something ferocious lurks behind the park's attractions - a genetically modified dinosaur with savage capabilities. When the massive creature escapes, chaos erupts across the island. Now it's up to Owen and Claire to save the park's tourists from an all-out prehistoric assault.
Richard Ayoade stretches the description of the mini break to the limit as he heads to the United Arab Emirates, and the oil rich city of Dubai. Joining him on this affront to austerity is actor and comedian Johnny Vegas.
Becoming President isn't just a matter of what you show America, but what you hide as well. Once inside the White House, the truth behind the Kennedy mystique requires extensive cover-ups that threaten to undo the family forever. When confronted with political peril - from mob connections to sexual encounters with possible spies - Bobby Kennedy writes a virtual magician's handbook on how cover-ups are done.
From design to execution, engineers only had a year to complete the world's largest solar power plant but between the worst monsoon season in over 100 years and a partial solar eclipse this task might be harder than they ever imagined.
It's what everyone's been working for - the final competition for a wildcard into the World Championship Tour. Bec and Edge move out to focus on winning, while heath confronts the reality of his exam results.
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. Hadi Stambouliah is of Sudanese/Syrian background.
Each generation of Kennedy children is born with a silver spoon, yet not everything that comes with the Kennedy family name is easy, as the lives of the 21st Century Kennedy's reveal. Joe Kennedy built an empire and expected his family to perpetuate a legacy of wealth, public service, and political power. But is that model too old-fashioned? In the 21st Century, isn't the price simply too high - even for the Kennedy's.
With Britain failing to fall at Hitler's feet, the Blitz drew to a close as the Fuhrer turned his attention eastwards. The sinking of the German battleship the Bismarck lifted the spirits of the British navy.
Michael Portillo arrives at a milestone on his American journey as he reaches the boundary between the northern and southern states, known as the Mason-Dixon line. Beginning in Wilmington, North Carolina, he uncovers the history of gunpowder production in Delaware, before heading to Baltimore, where he discovers how the first American steam engine owed a lot to British technology. On the city's east coast, Michael visits the star-shaped Fort McHenry, and learns how the Star-Spangled Banner national anthem was born.
Richard Ayoade returns along with several carefully selected travelling companions to experience yet more of the most desirable weekends away in the world. In this episode, Richard is joined by fellow star of The IT Crowd, Chris O'Dowd for 48 hours in the Imperial splendour of Vienna. Over a packed two days they'll tour the city twice, sample its finest sausages, cakes, wines and spirits, visit fairgrounds, cafes, sewers and the home of one of Vienna's most famous sons.
Historian, Neil Oliver examines how America's racist story has been shaped by the Scottish settlers that first occupied the Deep South, their links to the Ku Klux Klan and the bloody racist attacks that still stalk the country today.
Richard applies his time-efficient mantra on a minibreak in Copenhagen. He's joined by Noel Fielding for 48 hours in the style-conscious Danish capital. Cycling is big in Copenhagen, so they join a bike tour to get their bearings and see as many sights as possible without wasting time to dismount. Together they dine on open sandwiches and stop for Danish pastries at the city's oldest bakery.
Richard Ayoade hurtles through a ruthlessly efficient maxi-mini-break in Paris. Joined by presenter and comedian Mel Giedroyc, their base for 'le weekend' is a chic left bank hotel famed for being the place where Oscar Wilde died. They dine on hearty french fare of calf's head casserole and snails at the city's oldest cafe before speeding off on a whistle-stop scooter tour.
The hidden wonders of India's spectacular natural world are revealed by wildlife expert Liz Bonnin, actress Freida Pinto and mountaineer Jon Gupta. Experience a village of birds, masks that come alive, the world's greatest mountain range and baby turtles erupting out of the sand. This is truly a land like no other. (Class. tba)
The Sierra Nevada is one of the most beautiful and dramatic places in America. A land of extremes - from mountain peaks to scorching deserts - it is the ultimate destination for thrill seekers. When billionaire adventurer, Bob Fossett failed to return home after a routine flight, the ensuing search uncovered a terrible secret: the Sierra Nevada was a graveyard for over 2000 crashed planes, over 20 times those lost in the Bermuda Triangle. But why?
The documentary follows Karim Said, from Amman, whose outstanding musical talent was discovered by his mother as well as his piano teacher, Ms Bashir from Russia, at the age of five. Ms Bashir decided to try her "prodigy program" on Karim, and was delighted with the result.
In Tunisia Pria visits local artist Hedi Turki in the picturesque village of Sidi Bou Said, the bustling souks of the Medina in Tunis; and the domain of the Berbers - about 500kms from Tunis, around Matmata and Tataouine.
The first in a three-part series following comedian John Bishop as he sets off on an Australian adventure, cycling from Sydney to Cairns. John first made this journey back in 1992 and in 2014 he is back to see how this incredible country has changed. Along the route John meets extraordinary people, hears fascinating stories and experiences some true natural wonders. In this episode, John tests his nerves with a death-defying abseil in the stunning Blue Mountains, gets hands-on with the most dangerous snakes on the planet and finds out about the surprising bedtime habits of the most Australian animal of all: the koala.
Told through the point of view of their biggest rivals, these are the stories behind the world's greatest icons. Featuring cutting edge visuals, this episode delves into the dark world of former KGB man, Vladimir Putin.
Like many, Michael Mosley wants to get fitter and healthier but can't face hours on the treadmill or trips to the gym. Help may be at hand. He uncovers the surprising new research which suggests many of us could benefit from just three minutes of high intensity exercise a week. He discovers the hidden power of simple activities like walking and fidgeting, and finds out why some of us don't respond to exercise at all. Using himself as a guinea pig, Michael uncovers the surprising new research about exercise that has the power to make us all live longer and healthier lives.