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Letters and Numbers
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Letters and Numbers

Season 2  |  Episode 86  |  SBS  |  September 26, 2016
Two contestants pit their linguistic and numerical skills against each other and the clock in this entertaining quiz show. Join host Richard Morecroft along with maths whiz ...

Two contestants pit their linguistic and numerical skills against each other and the clock in this entertaining quiz show. Join host Richard Morecroft along with maths whiz Lily Serna and wordsmith David Astle.

60 Minutes
49:30

60 Minutes: Can Do Better/The Test/The Prime Minister

Nine  |  February 5, 2017
Can Do Better While parents around the country are undoubtedly pleased the 2017 school year has begun, they'll get little pleasure in knowing the declining standard of ...

Can Do Better While parents around the country are undoubtedly pleased the 2017 school year has begun, they'll get little pleasure in knowing the declining standard of education their children are receiving. Our global ranking for mathematics, reading and science, once a source of national pride, is slipping at an alarming rate. Worse still, students are being crushed by the pressure of academic expectation while more and more teachers are quitting the profession. But across the world in Finland there has been an education revolution. In this icy country they've discovered the best way to get top marks is to chill out. It's a relaxed approach to learning that is starting to work in one school in Melbourne too. The Test For their entire lives, sister and brother Ashleigh and Matthew Knox have lived in the shadow of a terrible curse. Three generations of their family have inherited a gene mutation which exposes them to a great risk of cancer and early death. Many of their relatives have fallen victim, but Ashleigh and Matthew no longer want to be burdened by uncertainty. They want to know if they carry the faulty gene or not, and they've taken the brave decision to have the test that lets them look into the future - to see if it will be good or bad. The Prime Minister It's been a tough week for Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. For the latest on Australia's deteriorating relationship with the US, the Nine Network's award-winning political editor, Laurie Oakes, sits down with Mr Turnbull to discuss how to deal with the unpredictable President Donald Trump and where to from here.

One Plus One
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One Plus One: Cadel Evans

ABC  |  January 26, 2017
As the first Australian to win the Tour de France, Cadel Evans realised a lifelong dream. Now retired from racing, he speaks candidly about the ups and downs of life in the ...

As the first Australian to win the Tour de France, Cadel Evans realised a lifelong dream. Now retired from racing, he speaks candidly about the ups and downs of life in the bicycle saddle.

Stephen Hawking's Science of The Future
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Stephen Hawking's Science of The Future: Virtual World

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  National Geographic  |  October 10, 2016
The barriers between the physical and virtual worlds begin to blur as Stephen Hawking and his team of scientists explore the latest innovations.

The barriers between the physical and virtual worlds begin to blur as Stephen Hawking and his team of scientists explore the latest innovations.

Letters and Numbers
25:03

Letters and Numbers

Season 2  |  Episode 90  |  SBS  |  September 30, 2016
Two contestants pit their linguistic and numerical skills against each other and the clock in this entertaining quiz show. Join host Richard Morecroft along with maths whiz ...

Two contestants pit their linguistic and numerical skills against each other and the clock in this entertaining quiz show. Join host Richard Morecroft along with maths whiz Lily Serna and wordsmith David Astle.

Letters and Numbers
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Letters and Numbers

Season 2  |  Episode 82  |  SBS  |  September 20, 2016
Two contestants pit their linguistic and numerical skills against each other and the clock in this entertaining quiz show. Join host Richard Morecroft along with maths whiz ...

Two contestants pit their linguistic and numerical skills against each other and the clock in this entertaining quiz show. Join host Richard Morecroft along with maths whiz Lily Serna and wordsmith David Astle.

Letters and Numbers
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Letters and Numbers

Season 2  |  Episode 77  |  SBS  |  September 13, 2016
Two contestants pit their linguistic and numerical skills against each other and the clock in this entertaining quiz show. Join host Richard Morecroft along with maths whiz ...

Two contestants pit their linguistic and numerical skills against each other and the clock in this entertaining quiz show. Join host Richard Morecroft along with maths whiz Lily Serna and wordsmith David Astle.

Letters and Numbers
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Letters and Numbers

Season 2  |  Episode 95  |  SBS  |  October 7, 2016
Two contestants pit their linguistic and numerical skills against each other and the clock in this entertaining quiz show. Join host Richard Morecroft along with maths whiz ...

Two contestants pit their linguistic and numerical skills against each other and the clock in this entertaining quiz show. Join host Richard Morecroft along with maths whiz Lily Serna and wordsmith David Astle.

People And Power
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People And Power: Peru's Rotten Wood

Al Jazeera English  |  October 12, 2016
People and Power exposes how Peru's Amazonian rainforest - critical to combattng global warming - is being stripped bare by corruption.

People and Power exposes how Peru's Amazonian rainforest - critical to combattng global warming - is being stripped bare by corruption.

My Amazing Twin
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My Amazing Twin

SBS  |  January 17, 2017
Despite being identical twins, Adam and Neil Pearson look completely different. By conventional genetics, that should be impossible. But they share the faulty NF-1 gene, which ...

Despite being identical twins, Adam and Neil Pearson look completely different. By conventional genetics, that should be impossible. But they share the faulty NF-1 gene, which for Adam caused uncontrolled tumours to grow on his face. For Neil, the gene caused short-term memory loss. In this powerful and personal film, Adam and Neil find out why their condition has affected them in such different ways. It's a journey that takes them back to the moment they separated in the womb, their experiences during childhood, through to their diets, in the search for the trigger that made them so different.

The Birth of Empire: The East India Company
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The Birth of Empire: The East India Company

Episode 1  |  The History Channel  |  February 4, 2017
When giants rise and fall. This revelatory series reveals how the behemoth that was the East India Company grew into an imperial power, and became the hotbed of corruption and ...

When giants rise and fall. This revelatory series reveals how the behemoth that was the East India Company grew into an imperial power, and became the hotbed of corruption and greed that led to its downfall. Over the past 10 years, India and China have been among the fastest growing economies in the world. But at one time England controlled India, helping to create its major cities, and was heavily invested in China, It was England's economy and trade that dwarfed others. And it was all in the hands of the first and greatest multi-national company: the behemoth that was the East India Company. On the ground in India, Dan Snow sets out to discover the motives of those who set up the company at the beginning of the 17th-century. How did it grow into an Imperial power? What influence and impact did the Company have on the globe? A hotbed of corruption and greed, and responsible for the deaths of over one million people, just how did the Company manage to attain such power and what led to its explosive decline?

The Project
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The Project: February 3, 2017

Ten  |  February 3, 2017
With guest hosts Dylan Alcott, Gorgi Coghlan and Lehmo, and stories on the Australia-US asylum seeker deal, Mary Daw and women's AFL, report on unions, Dona;d Trump's second ...

With guest hosts Dylan Alcott, Gorgi Coghlan and Lehmo, and stories on the Australia-US asylum seeker deal, Mary Daw and women's AFL, report on unions, Dona;d Trump's second week, and saving a pet from certain death.

Hitler's Secrets
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Hitler's Secrets: The Downfall

Season 1  |  Episode 6  |  SBS  |  February 11, 2017
This episode explores Hitler's mental and physical decline as he is forced to confront the endgame of inevitable defeat. When the Fuhrer miraculously survives an assassination ...

This episode explores Hitler's mental and physical decline as he is forced to confront the endgame of inevitable defeat. When the Fuhrer miraculously survives an assassination attempt, his lust for vengeance triggers an unequalled reign of terror. His military gambles prove disastrous and accelerate his downfall. As the Army refuses to counterattack and his closest allies turn against him, Hitler finally accepts the inevitable. In the depths of his Fuhrer bunker in Berlin, he rewards his hidden mistress of 13 years with marriage. Less than 40 hours later asks his valet for his gun and pulls the trigger.

Awaken
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Awaken: Jack Thomson - Jack of All Trades

Season 1  |  Episode 4  |  NITV  |  January 10, 2017
Jack Thompson is a stalwart of Australian film, but his real passion is to improve the lives of others. We talk to Jack about his childhood in remote communities and how it ...

Jack Thompson is a stalwart of Australian film, but his real passion is to improve the lives of others. We talk to Jack about his childhood in remote communities and how it shaped the man he is now.

Grand Designs
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Grand Designs: The Underground House

Season 10  |  Episode 6  |  Lifestyle Channel  |  January 17, 2017
Kevin McCloud meets Audrey and Jeff, who dream of living in one of west London's most exclusive areas. However, the way they can afford it is to go underground. Their plan is ...

Kevin McCloud meets Audrey and Jeff, who dream of living in one of west London's most exclusive areas. However, the way they can afford it is to go underground. Their plan is to transform a listed Edwardian artist's studio - along with 5000 sqare feett of derelict basement - into a bespoke subterranean home, complete with super-size kitchen, mezzanine sitting room, four ensuite bedrooms, a gym, cinema, steam room and wine cellar. As if the task weren't tricky enough, they are doing it without proper architect's drawings and Audrey is project managing - and the difficulties begin almost from the start.

Dumas
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Dumas

SBS  |  July 13, 2016
The year is 1848 and Alexandre Dumas is at the height of his fame as the creator of The Three Musketeers and The Count of Monte Cristo. However, the author's long-time ...

The year is 1848 and Alexandre Dumas is at the height of his fame as the creator of The Three Musketeers and The Count of Monte Cristo. However, the author's long-time collaborator, Auguste Maquet, toils in the shadows of his friend's fame. As the clouds of revolution gather above Paris, the usually peaceful relationship between the writing partners deteriorates as the hard-working Maquet begins to crave his share of the spotlight. Directed by Safy Nebbou and stars Gerard Depardieu, Benoit Poelvoorde and Dominique Blanc.

How It's Made
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How It's Made: Giant Valves, Sardines, Barographs

Season 6  |  Episode 10  |  Discovery Science  |  April 25, 2016
See how giant valves, sardines, barographs, and disposable diapers are made.

See how giant valves, sardines, barographs, and disposable diapers are made.

Lateline
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Lateline: July 19, 2016

ABC  |  July 19, 2016
Stories include: 'The grass roots campaign trying to get sports clubs to ditch poker machines and gaming company sponsorships', 'Panel: Nick Xenophon, SA Independent Senator ...

Stories include: 'The grass roots campaign trying to get sports clubs to ditch poker machines and gaming company sponsorships', 'Panel: Nick Xenophon, SA Independent Senator and Andrew Wilkie, Independent MP', 'As the Republican National Convention kicks off, Donald Trump wheels out his wife to help heal the wounds of a bitter campaign', 'Interview: Richard Fontaine, President of the Centre For A New American Security' THE GRASS ROOTS CAMPAIGN TRYING TO GET SPORTS CLUBS TO DITCH POKER MACHINES AND GAMING COMPANY SPONSORSHIPS They're getting fans to sign petitions at games to put pressure on the AFL and other codes and anti-gambling groups are pushing for major poker machine and gambling advertising reform. PANEL: NICK XENOPHON, SA INDEPENDENT SENATOR AND ANDREW WILKIE, INDEPENDENT MP Emma Alberici speaks with two crossbenchers, Nick Xenophon and Andrew Wilkie, who have banded together to put gambling reform back on the table. AS THE REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION KICKS OFF, DONALD TRUMP WHEELS OUT HIS WIFE TO HELP HEAL THE WOUNDS OF A BITTER CAMPAIGN A group of rowdy delegates to the Republican National Convention have tried to spoil the party for Presidential candidate Donald Trump, while the property tycoon introduced wife Melania as one of the speakers. INTERVIEW: RICHARD FONTAINE, PRESIDENT OF THE CENTRE FOR A NEW AMERICAN SECURITY Emma Alberici speaks with Richard Fontaine, who was an advisor to John McCain in his 2008 Presidential campaign, and asks him for his reaction to the performance by Donald and Melania Trump on day one of the convention.

Momentum
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Momentum: Heat Waves

Season 1  |  Episode 4  |  NITV  |  January 2, 2016
Reporter Julie Nimmo investigates global warming and how rising sea levels are impacting on communities in the Torres Straits.

Reporter Julie Nimmo investigates global warming and how rising sea levels are impacting on communities in the Torres Straits.

John Lennon: Sweet Toronto
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John Lennon: Sweet Toronto

SBS  |  October 30, 2015
This documentary is more than a true musical experience; it is a rare insight into the mood of John Lennon in 1969 with the imminent break-up of The Beatles and this impromptu ...

This documentary is more than a true musical experience; it is a rare insight into the mood of John Lennon in 1969 with the imminent break-up of The Beatles and this impromptu live performance with guest musicians including Eric Clapton.

Miss Representation
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Miss Representation

Masterpiece  |  August 5, 2016
Explores the under-representation of women in positions of power and influence in America, and challenges the media's limited portrayal of what it means to be a powerful woman.

Explores the under-representation of women in positions of power and influence in America, and challenges the media's limited portrayal of what it means to be a powerful woman.

Birdwatchers
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Birdwatchers

SBS  |  June 12, 2016
An Amazonian Guarani tribe makes a modest living entertaining tourists, however life is much tougher on their reservation. When village elder Nadio decides to move his people ...

An Amazonian Guarani tribe makes a modest living entertaining tourists, however life is much tougher on their reservation. When village elder Nadio decides to move his people back to their ancestral homelands, they anger local land owners who now occupy the land. Then, when one of the young tribesmen falls for a farmer's daughter, tensions escalate to dangerous proportions.

60 Minutes
49:09

60 Minutes: Preacher Of Hate/Saving Baby Willow/Mummy Dearest

Nine  |  March 6, 2016
The story, 'Preacher of hate', meets hate preacher Abu Haleema. The story, 'Saving baby Willow', meets baby Willow and her parents Sam and John Callahan. When Sam was pregnant ...

The story, 'Preacher of hate', meets hate preacher Abu Haleema. The story, 'Saving baby Willow', meets baby Willow and her parents Sam and John Callahan. When Sam was pregnant a routine scan revealed a deadly tumour on Willow's lung. The story, 'Mummy dearest', using space age technology - lasers, 3D scanning and thermal imaging - a group of researchers think they've found where the famed Queen Nefertiti lies.

The Project
43:54

The Project: March 3, 2016

Ten  |  March 3, 2016
Join the hosts and guest panellists as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. It's news delivered differently.

Join the hosts and guest panellists as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. It's news delivered differently.

Titanic
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Titanic

Nine  |  March 22, 2016
In Oscar winner James Cameron's epic, action-packed romance set against the ill-fated maiden voyage of the RMS Titanic, Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet star as Rose, a ...

In Oscar winner James Cameron's epic, action-packed romance set against the ill-fated maiden voyage of the RMS Titanic, Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet star as Rose, a 17-year-old, upper-class American suffocating under the rigid confines and expectations of Edwardian society, and Jack Dawson, a free-spirited young steerage passenger.

Lateline
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Lateline: April 7, 2016

ABC  |  April 7, 2016
Stories include, 'Interview: David Lipson, Lateline Political Correspondent', 'Interview: Maurice Newman, former business adviser to PM Tony Abbott and 'Victim of alleged sex ...

Stories include, 'Interview: David Lipson, Lateline Political Correspondent', 'Interview: Maurice Newman, former business adviser to PM Tony Abbott and 'Victim of alleged sex abuse at the hands of a former Melbourne school principal speaks for the first time'.

How It's Made
21:29

How It's Made: Gas Barbecues, Mattress Pads, Ear Prostheses

Season 24  |  Episode 8  |  Discovery Science  |  April 10, 2016
On this episode gas barbecues, mattress pads, and ear prostheses.

On this episode gas barbecues, mattress pads, and ear prostheses.

Survival Of The Fabulous
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Survival Of The Fabulous

SBS  |  March 16, 2016
Are gay men actually "born this way"? If so, how could homosexuality, a trait which essentially prevents reproduction, evolve and survive generations of history? This ...

Are gay men actually "born this way"? If so, how could homosexuality, a trait which essentially prevents reproduction, evolve and survive generations of history? This conundrum bogs the mind of openly gay and proudly flamboyant filmmaker Bryce Sage, who sets out on a cross-country adventure to find the answers and get to the bottom of the controversy. But Bryce will quickly discover that finding the answers isn't easy.

Shark Tank
45:06

Shark Tank

Season 2  |  Episode 6  |  Ten  |  June 8, 2016
Tonight features the world's smallest portable washing machine; a pedal-powered device to charge GPS, phone and lights on bicycles; novelty bottle openers and a purpose built ...

Tonight features the world's smallest portable washing machine; a pedal-powered device to charge GPS, phone and lights on bicycles; novelty bottle openers and a purpose built haunted attraction.

Classical Destinations
25:59

Classical Destinations: Vienna

Season 1  |  Episode 10  |  SBS  |  November 3, 2015
This episode looks at the last difficult years of Mozart's short life, Beethoven's tragic deafness and the glamorous but turbulent life of the great 'Waltz King', Johann ...

This episode looks at the last difficult years of Mozart's short life, Beethoven's tragic deafness and the glamorous but turbulent life of the great 'Waltz King', Johann Strauss the Younger. Niki exchanges her violin bow for a baton to conduct the Blue Danube with a virtual orchestra in the House of Music.

Ray Mears' Close Encounters
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Ray Mears' Close Encounters

Episode 1  |  SBS  |  December 26, 2015
Renowned survival expert Ray Mears visits two of the most iconic and contrasting landscapes of Australia, the swamps of the Northern Territories and wild mountain ranges of ...

Renowned survival expert Ray Mears visits two of the most iconic and contrasting landscapes of Australia, the swamps of the Northern Territories and wild mountain ranges of Tasmania, on the trail of two of the continent's most notorious creatures. By studying the Saltwater Crocodile and Tasmanian Devil, Ray hopes to gain a privileged insight into their unique habitats and a better understanding of how they gained their fearsome reputations. With the help of local experts, Ray also learns how survival in the wilderness today, for top predators and humans alike, is far from easy.

Marco Pierre White's Kitchen Wars
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Marco Pierre White's Kitchen Wars

Season 1  |  Episode 7  |  SBS  |  October 10, 2015
The contest reaches its climax as the four remaining couples compete for the title, confronting their toughest challenge to date.

The contest reaches its climax as the four remaining couples compete for the title, confronting their toughest challenge to date.

Vietnam: The War That Made Australia
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Vietnam: The War That Made Australia

Episode 2  |  SBS  |  May 10, 2016
This is the story of the Australian Army Training Team (Vietnam) who, from 1962 to 1972, fought shoulder-to-shoulder with the Vietnamese army and became the most decorated ...

This is the story of the Australian Army Training Team (Vietnam) who, from 1962 to 1972, fought shoulder-to-shoulder with the Vietnamese army and became the most decorated unit in Australian military history. Told through the testimony of unit veterans and the Vietnamese with whom they fought and fought against, this series shines a new and dramatic light on Australias involvement in the Vietnam War. (Part 2 of 3) (SBS Production) (From Australia) (Documentary Series) (Rpt) M(A,V) CC

Nigella Express
24:59

Nigella Express: Razzle Dazzle

Season 1  |  Episode 12  |  SBS  |  October 13, 2015
It's party time at Nigella's. This is one party that's full of fast, easy, delicious 'make in advance' recipes and simple, achievable, last minute touches to make the food ...

It's party time at Nigella's. This is one party that's full of fast, easy, delicious 'make in advance' recipes and simple, achievable, last minute touches to make the food table and the party itself ooze wow factor.

Humans of SBS 2
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Humans of SBS 2: Our Words Collided With The Story

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  SBS2  |  June 20, 2016
Travelling through five continents in a year, the 365 Docobites team introduce a stranger a day via a vlog of short and shorter documentaries, each as unique as the stranger ...

Travelling through five continents in a year, the 365 Docobites team introduce a stranger a day via a vlog of short and shorter documentaries, each as unique as the stranger it features. This docobite is a story from Maya and Amy about their love for writing free poetry for people on their typewriters.

The Island with Bear Grylls USA
41:44

The Island with Bear Grylls USA: Man Up

Season 3  |  Episode 1  |  SBS2  |  January 19, 2016
Survival expert Bear Grylls puts 14 ordinary men to the ultimate survival test when he leaves them stranded on a deserted Pacific island. The group starts off strong believing ...

Survival expert Bear Grylls puts 14 ordinary men to the ultimate survival test when he leaves them stranded on a deserted Pacific island. The group starts off strong believing they can conquer the Island. But their confidence gets the better of them as they make a critical error that threatens the entire group's safety.

60 Minutes
47:14

60 Minutes: Bad Grandpas/Saving the Children

Nine  |  May 29, 2016
BAD GRANDPAS Crime is never a laughing matter but the sheer audacity and extraordinary ingenuity of a gang of pensioner-aged British crooks has certainly made many people ...

BAD GRANDPAS Crime is never a laughing matter but the sheer audacity and extraordinary ingenuity of a gang of pensioner-aged British crooks has certainly made many people smile. Last year the daring villains used their substantial experience to plan and pull off the biggest burglary in English history. The Hatton Garden vault in the heart of London held hundreds of safe deposit boxes, full of jewellery, cash and other treasure. It was said to be impenetrable until the bad grandpas proved that boast a lie. They got away with over $25 million worth of loot. But the old-timers made one mistake, and it would cost them dearly. SAVING THE CHILDREN Eleven years ago Tara Winkler was a naive 19-year-old living a sheltered life in Bondi when she decided to travel to Cambodia for a holiday. Prosperity to poverty was certainly eye-opening for her, especially when she visited little children in the country’s many orphanages. Tara fell in love with them – it’s impossible not to – and she vowed to rescue as many kids as she could. She started up her own charity and home and raised her profile back in Australia to raise money for the orphans of Cambodia. Then she discovered she had been completely fooled because, as it turned out, most of her “orphans” had parents and families. But instead of giving up she decided to expose this cynical tourist trap, and then save the children in a completely new way.

Who Do You Think You Are?
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Who Do You Think You Are?: Davina McCall

SBS  |  May 21, 2016
When she was young, Davina McCall's parents separated which in turn created a sadness that Davina has always lived with. Davina hopes that researching her family tree will ...

When she was young, Davina McCall's parents separated which in turn created a sadness that Davina has always lived with. Davina hopes that researching her family tree will help her reconcile the worlds of her parents.

Lateline
29:23

Lateline: March 11, 2016

ABC  |  March 11, 2016
Stories include, 'Interview: Richard Di Natale, Greens Leader' and 'Panel Debate: Grace Collier, columnist for 'The Australian', academic and social commentator Dr Susan ...

Stories include, 'Interview: Richard Di Natale, Greens Leader' and 'Panel Debate: Grace Collier, columnist for 'The Australian', academic and social commentator Dr Susan Carland and Senator Bob Day from the Family First'.

Focus On Ability Film Festival
49:35

Focus On Ability Film Festival: 2015

SBS  |  November 21, 2015
Australia's biggest disability specific film festival enables film makers to showcase the achievement and ability of people with disability.

Australia's biggest disability specific film festival enables film makers to showcase the achievement and ability of people with disability.

The Known Universe
44:55

The Known Universe: Treasure Hunt

Season 3  |  Episode 2  |  National Geographic  |  January 17, 2016
The hunt for precious stones and metals is evolving from digging deep within our home planet to mining new energy sources and vital resources in the furthest reaches of the ...

The hunt for precious stones and metals is evolving from digging deep within our home planet to mining new energy sources and vital resources in the furthest reaches of the solar system.

The Feed
23:59

The Feed: July 13, 2016

SBS2  |  July 13, 2016
Marc Fennell, Patrick Abboud and Jeanette Francis discuss the latest in news, technology and culture, adding a fresh perspective on the latest local and international headlines.

Marc Fennell, Patrick Abboud and Jeanette Francis discuss the latest in news, technology and culture, adding a fresh perspective on the latest local and international headlines.

The Feed
24:05

The Feed: November 9, 2015

SBS2  |  November 9, 2015
Over qualified and under employed. Why getting that masters degree is a massive waste of time. Plus Donald Trump on Saturday Night Live.

Over qualified and under employed. Why getting that masters degree is a massive waste of time. Plus Donald Trump on Saturday Night Live.

Outlander
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Outlander: Sassenach

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  SoHo  |  December 6, 2015
While on a second honeymoon in Scotland with her husband after World War II, army nurse Claire Randall steps through an ancient standing stone circle and awakes in 1743. After ...

While on a second honeymoon in Scotland with her husband after World War II, army nurse Claire Randall steps through an ancient standing stone circle and awakes in 1743. After an encounter with a British soldier, she's kidnapped by a group of Scottish Highlanders whose ranks include an injured young man named Jamie.

The Project
45:45

The Project: November 5, 2015

Ten  |  November 5, 2015
With guests Gwen Stefani and Angela Bishop, plus guest host Daniel MacPherson, and stories on a dying Dad's effort to provide for his son, urban street food, revelations about ...

With guests Gwen Stefani and Angela Bishop, plus guest host Daniel MacPherson, and stories on a dying Dad's effort to provide for his son, urban street food, revelations about the cause of Russian Airbus 321's crash and a young maths genius.

The Project
43:27

The Project: November 10, 2015

Ten  |  November 10, 2015
With guests Kevin Rudd, Adam Spencer and Jai Courtney, plus guest hosts Gorgi Coghlan, Matt White and Fifi Box, and stories on a grandma's fight against a mining company, ...

With guests Kevin Rudd, Adam Spencer and Jai Courtney, plus guest hosts Gorgi Coghlan, Matt White and Fifi Box, and stories on a grandma's fight against a mining company, Australia's asylum policies, and Jared Tallent's claims for an Olympic gold medal.

Lateline
24:52

Lateline: November 6, 2015

ABC  |  November 6, 2015
Hosted by Emma Alberici and Tony Jones, Lateline continues a 25 year tradition of breaking stories and setting the agenda. With in-depth investigative journalism, longform ...

Hosted by Emma Alberici and Tony Jones, Lateline continues a 25 year tradition of breaking stories and setting the agenda. With in-depth investigative journalism, longform interviews and a fresh perspective on current events.

Lateline
29:34

Lateline: October 13, 2015

ABC  |  October 13, 2015
Stories include, 'New counter-terrorism laws to be introduced into Parliament next month', 'Interview: Lawyer Bret Walker SC, the first independent monitor of national ...

Stories include, 'New counter-terrorism laws to be introduced into Parliament next month', 'Interview: Lawyer Bret Walker SC, the first independent monitor of national security legislation', 'Interview: Peter Garrett, former Labor Federal Minister'.

24 Hours In Emergency
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24 Hours In Emergency: In A Heartbeat

Season 6  |  Episode 8  |  SBS  |  February 10, 2016
This episode focuses on the bonds between patients and their families, as well as those between the staff in the emergency department.

This episode focuses on the bonds between patients and their families, as well as those between the staff in the emergency department.

Legal Briefs
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Legal Briefs: The Adversarial System

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  ABC ME  |  June 9, 2016
Lizzie O'Shea points out that our system of law is not the only one. Barrister Julian Burnside QC explains how the adversarial system works, using the metaphor of a sport ...

Lizzie O'Shea points out that our system of law is not the only one. Barrister Julian Burnside QC explains how the adversarial system works, using the metaphor of a sport game. There are two opposing sides and an impartial umpire. Former Justice of the High Court Michael Kirby compares our adversarial system to the European inquisitorial system. He points out that while our system is a good one, its downfall is that it is very expensive. Justice Susan Kenny, the Federal Court of Australia comments that one of the problems of trials becoming increasingly expensive is that she no longer sees as many small cases. This is unfortunate as the smaller cases can often tested the validity of the existing law. Julian Burnside QC suggests a scenario that involves using pre-judgement, and one that doesn't. He asks, what is more important, coming to the right solution, or using the right method? Lizzie O'Shea wraps up by reminding us what defines the adversarial system. Find curriculum links at http://legalbriefs.com.au

Flying To The Ends Of The Earth
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Flying To The Ends Of The Earth

Episode 1  |  SBS  |  March 7, 2016
Former Royal Marine Arthur Williams took up flying to rediscover his spirit of adventure after he was paralysed in a car accident seven years ago. In this series, he flies to ...

Former Royal Marine Arthur Williams took up flying to rediscover his spirit of adventure after he was paralysed in a car accident seven years ago. In this series, he flies to some of the remotest parts of the planet to find out how people survive and thrive in places only a plane can reach.

The Ex-PM
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The Ex-PM: Immortality

Season 1  |  Episode 5  |  ABC  |  November 11, 2015
A telemovie is to be made of the ex-PM's life but will Lachy Hulme agree to play the lead?

A telemovie is to be made of the ex-PM's life but will Lachy Hulme agree to play the lead?

Lateline
28:21

Lateline: July 12, 2016

ABC  |  July 12, 2016
Stories include: 'Interview: Harry Kazianis, Non-resident Senior Fellow for Defence Policy at the Centre for the National Interest in Washington', 'We meet the Australian ...

Stories include: 'Interview: Harry Kazianis, Non-resident Senior Fellow for Defence Policy at the Centre for the National Interest in Washington', 'We meet the Australian teenage CEO, taking the tech world by storm in the USA', 'Increase in products claiming to be shark deterrents prompts warning from scientists about putting too much faith in them' INTERVIEW: HARRY KAZIANIS, NON-RESIDENT SENIOR FELLOW FOR DEFENCE POLICY AT THE CENTRE FOR THE NATIONAL INTEREST IN WASHINGTON Matt Wordsworth speaks with Harry Kazianis and asks him for his analysis on the decision by the UN's Permanent Court for Arbitration which ruled China has 'no historic title' over the waters of the South China Sea. WE MEET THE AUSTRALIAN TEENAGE CEO, TAKING THE TECH WORLD BY STORM IN THE USA He's just 16, and Ben Pasternak moved from Sydney to New York after he was courted by some top venture capitalists to start his own company. INCREASE IN PRODUCTS CLAIMING TO BE SHARK DETERRENTS PROMPTS WARNING FROM SCIENTISTS ABOUT PUTTING TOO MUCH FAITH IN THEM The recent spate of shark attacks on the west and east coasts has spawned a new range of repellents but there are warnings about their effectiveness.

The Ex-PM
27:02

The Ex-PM: Introduction

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  ABC  |  October 14, 2015
An Ex-Prime Minister must repay a million dollar advance for an autobiography he hasn't written - or get someone to write it for him ASAP.

An Ex-Prime Minister must repay a million dollar advance for an autobiography he hasn't written - or get someone to write it for him ASAP.

The Project
44:19

The Project: March 2, 2016

Ten  |  March 2, 2016
Join the hosts and guest panellists as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. It's news delivered differently.

Join the hosts and guest panellists as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. It's news delivered differently.

Human Resources
21:04

Human Resources: Smells Like Success

Season 1  |  Episode 7  |  SBS2  |  June 20, 2016
Grace, Dennis, and Tom travel to Toronto to help the Canada team launch a national air-care brigade with Febreze. Back in Trenton, Rick, Dean, Dara, Dan and other TerraCycle ...

Grace, Dennis, and Tom travel to Toronto to help the Canada team launch a national air-care brigade with Febreze. Back in Trenton, Rick, Dean, Dara, Dan and other TerraCycle staff, gather together to help Stephen jumpstart to his love life.

Classical Destinations
24:46

Classical Destinations: Madrid And Belgrade - Albeniz, De Falla, Mokranjac

Season 2  |  Episode 12  |  SBS  |  December 22, 2015
Explore Europe's most spectacular cities and landscapes while luxuriating in the great classical music composed within their precincts. Presented by renowned actor, writer and ...

Explore Europe's most spectacular cities and landscapes while luxuriating in the great classical music composed within their precincts. Presented by renowned actor, writer and classical music specialist Simon Callow

The Project
42:34

The Project: May 10, 2016

Ten  |  May 10, 2016
With guests Eddie Perfect and Samantha Maiden, plus guest host Fifi Box, and stories on enrolling to vote, Rodrigo Duterte, taxis for mums, justice for Lynette, and ...

With guests Eddie Perfect and Samantha Maiden, plus guest host Fifi Box, and stories on enrolling to vote, Rodrigo Duterte, taxis for mums, justice for Lynette, and Australia's most haunted town.

Creatives
29:18

Creatives: Patricia Piccinini

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  ABC  |  March 29, 2016
A portrait of world-renowned Australian artist Patricia Piccinini - famous for her bizarre creatures. Capturing a pivotal moment of change as she creates a new body of work ...

A portrait of world-renowned Australian artist Patricia Piccinini - famous for her bizarre creatures. Capturing a pivotal moment of change as she creates a new body of work that includes Skywhale - a massive hot-air-balloon.

The Project
46:12

The Project: August 11, 2016

Ten  |  August 11, 2016
Join Waleed Aly, Carrie Bickmore, Tommy Little & Fitzy as they dissect & reconstitute the daily news & hottest topics. Special guest: John Cleese & the latest Bachelorette to ...

Join Waleed Aly, Carrie Bickmore, Tommy Little & Fitzy as they dissect & reconstitute the daily news & hottest topics. Special guest: John Cleese & the latest Bachelorette to leave the mansion, Eliza, plus the latest on the Great Census Stuff Up

Video Killed The Radio Star
21:30

Video Killed The Radio Star: Simple Minds

Season 5  |  Episode 1  |  ABC2 Kids  |  July 30, 2016
Jim Kerr, lead singer and founder of Simple Minds explains the ideas and processes behind many of the band's most prominent hit songs, including; 'Don't You Forget About Me', ...

Jim Kerr, lead singer and founder of Simple Minds explains the ideas and processes behind many of the band's most prominent hit songs, including; 'Don't You Forget About Me', 'Promised you a Miracle' and 'Belfast Child'.

Australia Votes: Election Night Live
1:31:23

Australia Votes: Election Night Live

ABC  |  July 2, 2016
Unrivalled coverage of Election Night using the nationwide resources of ABC News. Presented by Leigh Sales, with Chris Uhlmann, Antony Green, Annabel Crabb, Barrie Cassidy, ...

Unrivalled coverage of Election Night using the nationwide resources of ABC News. Presented by Leigh Sales, with Chris Uhlmann, Antony Green, Annabel Crabb, Barrie Cassidy, Michael Rowland, Greg Jennett and Sabra Lane.

A History of Christianity
58:46

A History of Christianity

Episode 5  |  The History Channel  |  December 12, 2016
Evangelical Protestantism is a lively expression of faith that has spread across the globe, marketed with all the flair and swashbuckling enterprise of American commerce. The ...

Evangelical Protestantism is a lively expression of faith that has spread across the globe, marketed with all the flair and swashbuckling enterprise of American commerce. The Evangelical explosion has been driven by the search for a direct emotional relationship with God. Its popularity has been helped by adopting local traditions, but is a new message of wealth in this world an adaptation too far?

Twisted History
42:21

Twisted History

Episode 4  |  The History Channel  |  December 10, 2016
History doesn't travel in straight lines. The truth is far weirder and more fascinating than anything you learned at school. The most iconic events of the modern era - the ...

History doesn't travel in straight lines. The truth is far weirder and more fascinating than anything you learned at school. The most iconic events of the modern era - the Moon Landing, the Roswell Incident, the death of Martin Luther King Jr. - are all the product of small things - chance meetings, friendships, collisions of ideas and crazy stories. These are the connections that make history.

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