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Taking a terrifying journey through 3000 years of ideas, movie tough guy Danny Trejo explores the darkest recesses of both the underworld and the human imagination. From ...

Taking a terrifying journey through 3000 years of ideas, movie tough guy Danny Trejo explores the darkest recesses of both the underworld and the human imagination. From Ancient Greece, through the birth of Christianity, medieval Europe and Modern America, he tries to map out where the idea of Hell came from and even visits real locations believed to be portals to Hell.

John Kennedy Jr has it all: wealth, looks, an easy charm. More than any Kennedy of his generation, he seems to wear the crown lightly - George Clooney with a political ...

John Kennedy Jr has it all: wealth, looks, an easy charm. More than any Kennedy of his generation, he seems to wear the crown lightly - George Clooney with a political pedigree. But while he appears carefree and light-hearted in public, he always works from a carefully-written script - one that was started virtually the moment he was born. No matter how he might try to deviate from it, in the end, he cannot escape the role that destiny and America have chosen for him to play.

Harley-Davidson must rejoin the racing community if the business is to survive. Distracted by their race to the top, the founders leave themselves vulnerable to a devastating ...

Harley-Davidson must rejoin the racing community if the business is to survive. Distracted by their race to the top, the founders leave themselves vulnerable to a devastating and unforeseen threat to the survival of their company.

Bill Harley and brothers Walter and Arthur Davidson found the Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Company. But competition is fierce, and Walter puts his life at risk in deadly races ...

Bill Harley and brothers Walter and Arthur Davidson found the Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Company. But competition is fierce, and Walter puts his life at risk in deadly races to beat industry powerhouse, Indian Motorcycles.

Forty years after it happened, this is the never before told true story of the courage and compassion, the heartbreak and heroes of the Granville Train Disaster. For the first ...

Forty years after it happened, this is the never before told true story of the courage and compassion, the heartbreak and heroes of the Granville Train Disaster. For the first time, survivors and rescuers are reunited to recall the fateful moments on January 18, 1977 when a regular train ride from the Blue Mountains to work, a shopping trip to the city or a school holiday adventure instead became a journey that would end as Australia's worst rail tragedy. The full story behind the crash of the 6.09am Mount Victoria service to Central Station, Sydney, which derailed and brought down Granville's Bold Street Bridge, crushing two crowded carriages and eventually claiming 83 lives.

Richard Ayoade packs his carry-on case and resumes his quest to show the world how to enjoy an optimal 48 hours away. This episode, Richard is joined by comedian, actor, ...

Richard Ayoade packs his carry-on case and resumes his quest to show the world how to enjoy an optimal 48 hours away. This episode, Richard is joined by comedian, actor, writer and Catastrophe star Rob Delaney for two days in and, roughly speaking, around, the city of Seville in southern Spain. Together they explore Europe's sunniest city, learn to dance flamenco, eat tapas and take a road trip to the wild west. The results are fast, funny and strangely informative.

Behind every Kingdom there is a fortune. The Kennedy's may be America's most public family but when the subject turns to money their silence is deafening. Sorting out the ...

Behind every Kingdom there is a fortune. The Kennedy's may be America's most public family but when the subject turns to money their silence is deafening. Sorting out the facts from the myths, here's how the Kennedy's become one of America's wealthiest families, how they keep it and how that fortune fuels a dynasty.

Since its launch in April 1990, The Hubble Space Telescope has become one of the most revolutionary scientific instruments ever built. In this look back at Hubble's major ...

Since its launch in April 1990, The Hubble Space Telescope has become one of the most revolutionary scientific instruments ever built. In this look back at Hubble's major accomplishments, audiences will explore the life cycle of stars, from their birth in nurseries of dust-laden clouds of gas all the way to their final farewell as titanic supernova explosions.

As summer draws to an end, the lifeguards ride the surf at Bondi Beach and compete in the annual crazy crafts and costumes competition. Meanwhile rookie Harrison is up for review.

As summer draws to an end, the lifeguards ride the surf at Bondi Beach and compete in the annual crazy crafts and costumes competition. Meanwhile rookie Harrison is up for review.

Witness the biggest mass rescue in years as the lifeguards are stretched to their limits. Overwhelmed, Hoppo makes the momentous decision to sound the shark alarm and close ...

Witness the biggest mass rescue in years as the lifeguards are stretched to their limits. Overwhelmed, Hoppo makes the momentous decision to sound the shark alarm and close the beach.

A surfing collision results in a deep water spinal rescue, and surf rage breaking out on the shore. Lifeguards must work out who's at fault. Later, a man is rescued with no pants.

A surfing collision results in a deep water spinal rescue, and surf rage breaking out on the shore. Lifeguards must work out who's at fault. Later, a man is rescued with no pants.

A man with a deep stab wound to his leg is unable to tell Terry and Deano just how it happened. Following a collision, a body surfer is brought to shore with no feeling in his ...

A man with a deep stab wound to his leg is unable to tell Terry and Deano just how it happened. Following a collision, a body surfer is brought to shore with no feeling in his arms or legs.

A drunk woman goes missing in the water so the boys bring the chopper to help find her. Terry has the most critical rescue of the season, which brings back some emotional memories.

A drunk woman goes missing in the water so the boys bring the chopper to help find her. Terry has the most critical rescue of the season, which brings back some emotional memories.

At the south end of Bondi, a man screams in pain when he dislocates his hip. The lifeguards are taken by surprise when the man's friend then has a seizure just metres away, ...

At the south end of Bondi, a man screams in pain when he dislocates his hip. The lifeguards are taken by surprise when the man's friend then has a seizure just metres away, but not everything is as it seems.

In Mexico's Sierra Madre mountains, long-distance endurance running is a way of life for the Tarahumara people. To be a marathon man, Tim must run down a deer and catch it ...

In Mexico's Sierra Madre mountains, long-distance endurance running is a way of life for the Tarahumara people. To be a marathon man, Tim must run down a deer and catch it barehanded.

Five international travellers (three French, one British and one Australian) set out on an epic journey, to be the first people to take Bactrian camels from the towering ...

Five international travellers (three French, one British and one Australian) set out on an epic journey, to be the first people to take Bactrian camels from the towering heights of the Himalayas down to Rajasthan and the famous Pushkar camel fair. When two of the camels die, the travellers are blamed in the local media and the BBC. Threatened with charges of animal cruelty, police prosecution and mob justice, the group is forced into hiding. Camel Odyssey is a dramatic documentary about five international travellers seeking adventure who get more than they bargained for.

The people of Lawndale just don't get Daria Morgendorffer. She's cool with that. Daria was born alienated. Now she's just trying to make it through high school with as little ...

The people of Lawndale just don't get Daria Morgendorffer. She's cool with that. Daria was born alienated. Now she's just trying to make it through high school with as little human contact as possible. Popularity, friends, activities - whatever. Daria lacks enthusiasm, but she makes up for it with sarcasm. Daria and her sister Quinn start their first day at Lawndale High. Quinn immediately gains popularity, leaving Daria behind - until she meets artist Jane.

Miriam Margolyes retraces the writer's travels across the US and Canada. Beginning with a visit to the Victoria and Albert Museum to examine a handwritten Dickens manuscript, ...

Miriam Margolyes retraces the writer's travels across the US and Canada. Beginning with a visit to the Victoria and Albert Museum to examine a handwritten Dickens manuscript, she takes the Queen Mary 2 across the Atlantic, arriving in Boston. Along the way, she visits a school for the blind, attends a gay-friendly church service, gets serenaded by Yale University's Glee Club and meets members of the International Dickens Fellowship.

Richard Ayoade is joined by Jo Brand for a fast, funny and ruthlessly efficient 48 hours in Venice. In just two days the pair to learn to row a gondola, see the city's most ...

Richard Ayoade is joined by Jo Brand for a fast, funny and ruthlessly efficient 48 hours in Venice. In just two days the pair to learn to row a gondola, see the city's most famous sights, trial an interactive tour, try the Venetian version of tapas, and explore the world of masks.

Exploring the impact of narcolepsy on everyday lives, this documentary shows what it's like growing up with a condition which goes way beyond 'nap attacks'. Capturing the ...

Exploring the impact of narcolepsy on everyday lives, this documentary shows what it's like growing up with a condition which goes way beyond 'nap attacks'. Capturing the poignant aspects of life with narcolepsy, we meet teenagers like 15-year-old Chloe, who nods off up to thirty times a day. From terrifying hallucinations to daytime sleepwalking and uncontrollable appetites, how do families deal with the extreme symptoms?

Hundreds of Dutch tourists hit Bondi for a New Year's swim and, to the amazement of the lifeguards, they run straight in to backpackers rip. It is going to be a busy day for ...

Hundreds of Dutch tourists hit Bondi for a New Year's swim and, to the amazement of the lifeguards, they run straight in to backpackers rip. It is going to be a busy day for our boys.

The lifeguards are convinced they have spotted a dark shark while taking kids out on a charity jet ski ride. Meanwhile one of the lifeguards has the misfortune of finding a ...

The lifeguards are convinced they have spotted a dark shark while taking kids out on a charity jet ski ride. Meanwhile one of the lifeguards has the misfortune of finding a floating corpse in the water.

When newlyweds Kieran and Riley bought their two bed terrace in Sydney's Paddington they thought they'd hit the jack pot. Now Riley's thoughts are turning to the future and a ...

When newlyweds Kieran and Riley bought their two bed terrace in Sydney's Paddington they thought they'd hit the jack pot. Now Riley's thoughts are turning to the future and a more family friendly home.

Family entertainment with Michael McIntyre, featuring music from rock legend Bryan Adams and superstar Jess Glynne, comedy from Josh Widdicombe and a jaw-dropping British ...

Family entertainment with Michael McIntyre, featuring music from rock legend Bryan Adams and superstar Jess Glynne, comedy from Josh Widdicombe and a jaw-dropping British television debut from Canadian acrobatic duo Chilly and Fly. Plus, one unsuspecting member of the public gets the surprise of their life when they become the unexpected star of the show, and Irish pop star Ronan Keating hands over his phone for another celebrity edition of Send to All.

Reidy was an overweight kid who didn't grow up surfing. Today he's overcome harsh criticism to become a lifeguard; meanwhile, up at the tower a BMX rider has a fractured cheek ...

Reidy was an overweight kid who didn't grow up surfing. Today he's overcome harsh criticism to become a lifeguard; meanwhile, up at the tower a BMX rider has a fractured cheek and broken nose.

In between rescues and shark spottings, head lifeguard Hoppo must decide if trainee Max has earned the right to become a fully fledged lifeguard.

In between rescues and shark spottings, head lifeguard Hoppo must decide if trainee Max has earned the right to become a fully fledged lifeguard.

Snoop Dogg hits the stage for New Year's celebrations on Bondi. Lifeguards arrive at 5am and are soon rescuing partygoers from rips, including one girl who loses consciousness ...

Snoop Dogg hits the stage for New Year's celebrations on Bondi. Lifeguards arrive at 5am and are soon rescuing partygoers from rips, including one girl who loses consciousness and needs oxygen.

On a day filled with massive distractions, like a school excursion gone wrong and the discovery of a bong, the Bondi lifeguards make a near-fatal mistake.

On a day filled with massive distractions, like a school excursion gone wrong and the discovery of a bong, the Bondi lifeguards make a near-fatal mistake.

On the day of the lifeguard challenge, things go from bad to worse when Jesse gets a buoy rope caught in the jetski.

On the day of the lifeguard challenge, things go from bad to worse when Jesse gets a buoy rope caught in the jetski.

Filmed in British Colombia and Alberta, Canada, this one-hour special sees architect George Clarke and master craftsman, Will Hardie, travel across these vast states in search ...

Filmed in British Colombia and Alberta, Canada, this one-hour special sees architect George Clarke and master craftsman, Will Hardie, travel across these vast states in search of the most amazing spaces built in and around the snow. From remote ski lodges to epic mountain retreats, this episode will showcase the most ingenious and exciting snow inspired projects that North America has to offer.

In the final episode of the series, George looks back at some of the best and most eccentric entrants in the last three years of Shed of the Year. From a giant green tea pot ...

In the final episode of the series, George looks back at some of the best and most eccentric entrants in the last three years of Shed of the Year. From a giant green tea pot shed with a staircase built into the spouse to a shed that motors along Britain's rivers George rediscovers the extraordinary things people have create with the humble garden shed. There's also a shed built from old wine bottles as well as a faithful replica of a Japanese tea house, built in an Essex garden.

It's New Year's Day on Bondi Beach and the crowd peaks at over 40,000 people keen to wash away the hangover, but then every swimmer's greatest fear is spotted - a shark!

It's New Year's Day on Bondi Beach and the crowd peaks at over 40,000 people keen to wash away the hangover, but then every swimmer's greatest fear is spotted - a shark!

Smallpox, the Black Death, Spanish Flu, AIDS, Zika. History has taught us that in the face of a new killer bacteria or virus, humankind is still vulnerable, despite the best ...

Smallpox, the Black Death, Spanish Flu, AIDS, Zika. History has taught us that in the face of a new killer bacteria or virus, humankind is still vulnerable, despite the best efforts of modern medicine. Discover the true microbial threat facing the world today: a highly infectious airborne super-flu that could kill hundreds of millions of people within the space of just a few months. Meet people who are determined to survive the next global pandemic and the chaos that will ensue. Will their stockpiled supplies and survival skills be enough to ride out one of the most dangerous threats to our species?

Family entertainment with Michael McIntyre, featuring music from award-winning rap superstar Tinie Tempah and an acrobatic performance from the Peres Brothers. Plus one ...

Family entertainment with Michael McIntyre, featuring music from award-winning rap superstar Tinie Tempah and an acrobatic performance from the Peres Brothers. Plus one unsuspecting member of the public gets the surprise of their life when they become the unexpected star of the show.

Family entertainment with Michael McIntyre, featuring music from All Saints. A plasterer gets the shock of his life when he becomes the unexpected star of the show, and One ...

Family entertainment with Michael McIntyre, featuring music from All Saints. A plasterer gets the shock of his life when he becomes the unexpected star of the show, and One Show host Alex Jones hands over her phone for another celebrity edition of Send to All.

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.

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.

The story of North America's first secret agent training school, the role it played in defeating the Axis during World War II, and in the world of modern espionage - ...

The story of North America's first secret agent training school, the role it played in defeating the Axis during World War II, and in the world of modern espionage - investigated through the first archaeological dig of the site; demonstrations of its training techniques; first person accounts of those who trained; and dramatic recreation of their exploits behind enemy lines. Dubbed the school of "mayhem and murder", Camp X and the schools it spawned, trained over 25,000 secret agents during the war. The investigation uncovers the camp's secret agent training manual and the role it played in forging the world of espionage, including the foundation of the CIA. Ian Fleming claimed to have trained there and the notorious Soviet mole, Kim Philby, wrote its secret training manual.

This revealing and trailblazing biography show allows two well-known celebrities to open up about their private and professional lives to each other. Thanks to the series' ...

This revealing and trailblazing biography show allows two well-known celebrities to open up about their private and professional lives to each other. Thanks to the series' innovative style, audiences are given a rare chance to witness some of the world's most talented entertainers talking face-to-face - with no studio audience or chat-show host, conversations are more honest and uninhibited than ever before. From the much-loved Stephen Fry talking with Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman, to a heart-to-heart between illusionist Derren Brown and film composer Hans Zimmer, this program offers personal access to celebrities on the top of their game for surprisingly intimate one-on-one conversations. Tales from childhood, early careers, successes and failures all combine to reveal how their journeys through wealth and fame have shaped their lives. Breaking from the conventional interview style, this program grants unparalleled access to some of the world's most popular and lively personalities across the arts, cinema, theatre, literature, music, sports, fashion and politics.

The story of North America's first secret agent training school, the role it played in defeating the Axis during World War II, and in the world of modern espionage - ...

The story of North America's first secret agent training school, the role it played in defeating the Axis during World War II, and in the world of modern espionage - investigated through the first archaeological dig of the site; demonstrations of its training techniques; first person accounts of those who trained; and dramatic recreation of their exploits behind enemy lines. Dubbed the school of "mayhem and murder", Camp X and the schools it spawned, trained over 25,000 secret agents during the war. The investigation uncovers the camp's secret agent training manual and the role it played in forging the world of espionage, including the foundation of the CIA. Ian Fleming claimed to have trained there and the notorious Soviet mole, Kim Philby, wrote its secret training manual.

Time gives rhythm to the world around us. But how do we really know what time it is? Professor Brian Cox goes in search of the answer to a question you wouldn't give a passing ...

Time gives rhythm to the world around us. But how do we really know what time it is? Professor Brian Cox goes in search of the answer to a question you wouldn't give a passing thought. From our historical dictator of time - the Sun - to the world's irregular flutters and the physical definition of a second by an atomic clock, Brian discovers telling the time is a tricky business. But why do we need to know what time it is so very accurately? Without correct time signals, aircraft, telecommunications systems, the world's global financial systems, global positioning and many other systems we use and rely on everyday wouldn't work. They all depend on knowing the time. Exactly. In this entertaining film, Brian pushes our understanding of time to the depths of our imagination.

A compelling six-hour television series, we take viewers on an exciting and visually stunning journey to the beautiful and important historical places where Christianity was ...

A compelling six-hour television series, we take viewers on an exciting and visually stunning journey to the beautiful and important historical places where Christianity was born and grew from a small movement called 'The Way' to its place as the official religion of the Roman Empire. Join author and distinguished history professor Jonathan Phillips of Royal Holloway, University of London, as he takes viewers on a captivating adventure to the very places where Christianity began, through four centuries and seven countries in the Middle East, North Africa, and Europe.

In 1967, four unknown actors in a kids' TV show became the biggest pop band in the world. In America, they outsold Elvis and The Beatles combined. They were The Monkees. With ...

In 1967, four unknown actors in a kids' TV show became the biggest pop band in the world. In America, they outsold Elvis and The Beatles combined. They were The Monkees. With their anarchic TV show and contagious pop songs they attracted a cult following that survives to this day. The Monkees were no ordinary band: they are credited as being the industry's first manufactured pop group. Behind the sugary smiles and bubblegum pop songs lay a cut-throat business enterprise fuelled by money, ego and the ambition of some of the biggest names in Hollywood. A business enterprise that, ultimately, was to end in tears. This program charts the rise and fall of this unlikely pop group, telling the inside story of four young men who were hand-picked to become overnight superstars, melting the hearts of teenyboppers around the globe and earning their creators huge record sales.

Recorded live from Shakespeare's Globe Theatre. The Tudor Court is locked in a power struggle between its nobles and the Machiavellian Cardinal Wolsey, the King's first ...

Recorded live from Shakespeare's Globe Theatre. The Tudor Court is locked in a power struggle between its nobles and the Machiavellian Cardinal Wolsey, the King's first minister and the most conspicuous symbol of Catholic power in the land. Wolsey's ambition knows no bounds and when his chief ally, Queen Katherine, interferes in the King's romance with Anne Bullen, he brings gigantic ruin upon himself, the Queen and centuries of English obedience to Rome. Famous in its own day as Shakespeare's most sumptuous and spectacular play, Henry VIII is a gorgeous pageant of masques and royal ceremony; a blaze of fireworks, cannon fire, red satin and cloth of gold. But within the passages of grandeur works the mind of the mature Shakespeare: psychological and political insight, language of great depth and power and, in the figures of Wolsey and Katherine, two of his most vivid and memorable characters.

Rob Bell uncovers the pioneering history of the London Underground - with special access to its hidden workings, and meeting the staff who know and love it. He explores the ...

Rob Bell uncovers the pioneering history of the London Underground - with special access to its hidden workings, and meeting the staff who know and love it. He explores the construction of the world's first deep Tube line - known today as the Northern Line. The Northern Line runs for 60km through London, connecting north and south across the Thames and 700,000 passengers rely on it every day. But to build it, its Victorian engineers had to overcome unbelievable obstacles. One man, James Greathead, pioneered a new kind of tunnelling machine, that allowed deep tunnels to be built faster and more safely than ever before. But the new Tube line needed newfangled electric trains, lifts and escalators to make it work too. Rob discovers the remains of the first-ever station on the Northern Line, King William Street, just before it is sealed up forever. He gets down on the tracks with the maintenance team at Camden Junction, who toil on this Spaghetti Junction of the Tube every night to keep it working, and opens the sealed tunnels of an abandoned extension of the line in north London. And he meets the station manager at Balham to hear the story of how one of the worst tragedies on the Tube unfolded during the Blitz. Finally he's allowed into the latest tunnelling work, as the Northern Line is extended to Battersea Power Station - where the oldest deep Tube in the world is becoming the newest.

Les Petty's home movies are beautifully composed black and white shots of life around Doncaster, Victoria, in the 1930s.

Les Petty's home movies are beautifully composed black and white shots of life around Doncaster, Victoria, in the 1930s.

A unique record of Sydney society in the '60s. Harbour picnics, sports days, barbecues and football with social clubs such as the Boomerangs, the Chameleons, the Karingals and ...

A unique record of Sydney society in the '60s. Harbour picnics, sports days, barbecues and football with social clubs such as the Boomerangs, the Chameleons, the Karingals and the Polly-nesians. The events were invitation only because these were gay social clubs.

Like many Queensland families Don and his "better half" Joyce regularly packed the children up into the car and headed outback for family camping trips. Joyce, through her ...

Like many Queensland families Don and his "better half" Joyce regularly packed the children up into the car and headed outback for family camping trips. Joyce, through her mother and grandmother, is a Waanyi woman from around Lawn Hill in central Queensland.

Joe immigrated to Australia from Malta with his family in 1955. Joe convinced his mother that he didn't need to go to school and started a lifetime of work at 14.

Joe immigrated to Australia from Malta with his family in 1955. Joe convinced his mother that he didn't need to go to school and started a lifetime of work at 14.

Dell Bootle was the Senior Occupational Therapist for Australia in the 1960s. From the tough reality of patients learning to walk on prosthetic legs, to the excitement of ...

Dell Bootle was the Senior Occupational Therapist for Australia in the 1960s. From the tough reality of patients learning to walk on prosthetic legs, to the excitement of farewelling our first paralympic team to Rome, the home movie footage shot by Dell is alternately clinical and warm.

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. Jenny's father ...

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. Jenny's father enthusiastically filmed her schoolgirl career as a champion runner.

What lengths will people go to for their music? How do they discover the tools of self-expression and develop an individual voice? Where does the calling come from? Tackling ...

What lengths will people go to for their music? How do they discover the tools of self-expression and develop an individual voice? Where does the calling come from? Tackling these questions and more, Simon Barker - an Australian drummer acclaimed as one of the most persuasive and individual voices in drumming today - searches for enigmatic Korean shaman, Kim Seok-Chul; a man he believes to be one of the world's great improvisers.

Gardening Australia
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Gardening Australia

Season 29  |  Episode 25  |  ABC  |  July 13, 2018
Millie Ross meets an artist who creates cultural works with plants, Costa Georgiadis visits Clarence Slockee in his garden, Jerry Coleby-Williams shows different ways to ...

Millie Ross meets an artist who creates cultural works with plants, Costa Georgiadis visits Clarence Slockee in his garden, Jerry Coleby-Williams shows different ways to propagate, and Josh Byrne plants out a wetzone.

Gardening Australia
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Gardening Australia

Season 29  |  Episode 21  |  ABC  |  June 15, 2018
Millie Ross shares her tips for gardeners who rent, Costa Georgiadis visits a family who make the most of their tiny space, Josh Byrne meets a legend of botany and Jane ...

Millie Ross shares her tips for gardeners who rent, Costa Georgiadis visits a family who make the most of their tiny space, Josh Byrne meets a legend of botany and Jane Edmanson explores an inspiring Gippsland garden.

Stories include, 'Three killed in ABC chopper crash', 'Paul Lockyer remembered', 'Bean and Ticehurst remembered', 'Lateline creator Ian Carroll dies', 'Thomson affair ...

Stories include, 'Three killed in ABC chopper crash', 'Paul Lockyer remembered', 'Bean and Ticehurst remembered', 'Lateline creator Ian Carroll dies', 'Thomson affair overshadows COAG', 'Investors fear global recession', 'Williams updates Lateline live on Europe', 'The Long view on market chaos', 'Hamas vows revenge for retaliation attack', 'UNHCR accuses Syria of crimes against humanity', 'Pipes discusses uncertain times in the Middle East'.

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.

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 ...

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.

Home movies of a family holiday in the USA, which looks like a 1960s Brady Bunch special: feeding grizzly bears, posing with a red Indian chief and the obligatory sulky-faced ...

Home movies of a family holiday in the USA, which looks like a 1960s Brady Bunch special: feeding grizzly bears, posing with a red Indian chief and the obligatory sulky-faced teenage daughters.

Antonio came to Australia from Italy when he was 17. Adelina's family had come the generation before. Under the strict and watchful eyes of the Sicilian migrant community in ...

Antonio came to Australia from Italy when he was 17. Adelina's family had come the generation before. Under the strict and watchful eyes of the Sicilian migrant community in a Queensland cane-cutting town, Antonio met and fell in love with Adelina.

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. Noel Elliot and ...

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. Noel Elliot and Barry Martin were "The Trapinos," an internationally successful comedy tumbling act. They started as teenagers at the local church Boys Club and ended up on the cabaret circuit in London, Paris, Amsterdam and Tokyo in the swinging sixties.

Using just a tiny fraction of the vast and often forgotten heritage of 8mm home movies, this 13-part documentary series is a private record of Australia. Each five-minute ...

Using just a tiny fraction of the vast and often forgotten heritage of 8mm home movies, this 13-part documentary series is a private record of Australia. Each five-minute episode uses the home movie footage of an individual or family to tell the small stories that fill in the gaps of our formal history. Colourful, intimate, detailed, and occasionally out of focus, Homemade History celebrates amateur filmmakers and their remarkable library of memories.

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 ...

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.

Given France's large colonial influence in Africa, Pria samples the African diaspora in Paris, asking why they are more French than African and why France is perceived to have ...

Given France's large colonial influence in Africa, Pria samples the African diaspora in Paris, asking why they are more French than African and why France is perceived to have been a "better coloniser" than the rest. g

For Malagasys, the process of exhuming ancestral remains and rewrapping them in fresh shrouds while catching up on village gossip is nothing out of the ordinary and this is ...

For Malagasys, the process of exhuming ancestral remains and rewrapping them in fresh shrouds while catching up on village gossip is nothing out of the ordinary and this is where Pria begins his journey through Madagascar.

Vitamins and the supplement industry

Critique the "sense and nonsense" of the global $100 billion vitamin and supplement industry with Derek Muller in Vitamania. Then test your knowledge of importance of vitamins in our diets and the history of the business.

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