A Taste Of Iran
44:13

A Taste Of Iran: The Gulf

Season 1 Episode 4 SBS August 26, 2010

Design and technologies

Geography

Intercultural Understanding

Critical thinking

7-8
9-10
Classification: GeneralClassification: General
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BBC Journalist and native Iranian Sadeq Saba takes a personal journey around his country, exploring four of its regions, from Gilan in the north, to the Persian Gulf in the ...

BBC Journalist and native Iranian Sadeq Saba takes a personal journey around his country, exploring four of its regions, from Gilan in the north, to the Persian Gulf in the south. In a country suspicious of outside media, this is a rare opportunity to meet ordinary Iranians going about their daily lives and in each region the affable Sadeq finds an extraordinary variety of food as well as culture and history.

A Transfer of Power
20:52

A Transfer of Power

NITV October 15, 2016

Indigenous Australians

Design and technologies

Critical thinking

7-8
9-10
11-12
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
Men in the Collum Collum Aboriginal community remove a failed engine from a car and replace it with a refurbished engine from another car, an occasion to affirm continuing ...

Men in the Collum Collum Aboriginal community remove a failed engine from a car and replace it with a refurbished engine from another car, an occasion to affirm continuing community relationships.

A Very Short War
54:40

A Very Short War

ABC April 25, 2014

History

Personal and social capability

Critical thinking

9-10
11-12
Classification: Parental GuidanceClassification: Parental Guidance
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A deeply personal story that resonates with and speaks to every name found chiselled into memorial monuments scattered throughout the world's cities and country towns. It ...

A deeply personal story that resonates with and speaks to every name found chiselled into memorial monuments scattered throughout the world's cities and country towns. It revolves around the short life of Jack Clifford (Cliff) Carpenter, a pioneer Australian aviator of the 1930s. Cliff had designed and built his first aeroplane as a teenager and, sadly, lost his life at the age of 28 in the darkening skies over Norway on the day of the German invasion. He left behind a grieving mother and father, a brother, two sisters and an enduring family legacy. Through his letters home we are exposed to a fascinating and intriguing insight into the spirit of the times as World War II beckoned.

ABC Fora
54:44

ABC Fora: November 1, 2009

ABC2 November 1, 2009

Critical thinking

9-10
11-12
Classification: Not ClassifiedClassification: Not Classified
IQ Debate with Mary Delahunty, Richard Ackland, Waleed Aly, Pru Goward, Robert Doyle, Julian Morrow. Terence Tao analyses prime numbers. Aboriginal activists discuss the past, ...

IQ Debate with Mary Delahunty, Richard Ackland, Waleed Aly, Pru Goward, Robert Doyle, Julian Morrow. Terence Tao analyses prime numbers. Aboriginal activists discuss the past, present and future of protest with Brother Black, Prof. John Maynard and Rachel Perkins. Michael Moore discusses his film Capitalism: A Love Story.

ABC Fora
56:14

ABC Fora: November 12, 2009

ABC2 November 12, 2009

Critical thinking

9-10
11-12
Classification: Not ClassifiedClassification: Not Classified
‘Policing Our Minds’ speech by David Mutton, Senior Lecturer of Forensic Psychology at the Festival of Dangerous ideas on organised crime.

‘Policing Our Minds’ speech by David Mutton, Senior Lecturer of Forensic Psychology at the Festival of Dangerous ideas on organised crime.

ABC Fora
56:10

ABC Fora: November 11, 2009

ABC2 November 5, 2009

Critical thinking

9-10
11-12
Classification: Not ClassifiedClassification: Not Classified
IIQ Debate with Mary Delahunty, Richard Ackland, Waleed Aly, Pru Goward, Robert Doyle, Julian Morrow.

IIQ Debate with Mary Delahunty, Richard Ackland, Waleed Aly, Pru Goward, Robert Doyle, Julian Morrow.

ABC Fora
55:56

ABC Fora: November 8, 2009

ABC2 November 8, 2009

Critical thinking

9-10
11-12
Classification: Not ClassifiedClassification: Not Classified
’Policing Our Minds’ speech by David Mutton, Senior Lecturer of Forensic Psychology at the Festival of Dangerous ideas on organised crime. Paul Barry on James Packer. ...

’Policing Our Minds’ speech by David Mutton, Senior Lecturer of Forensic Psychology at the Festival of Dangerous ideas on organised crime. Paul Barry on James Packer. Professor Gordon Brisoce from the Australian Centre for Indigenous History gives the 2009 Charlie Perkins oration.

ABC Fora
55:58

ABC Fora: November 15, 2009

ABC2 November 15, 2009

Critical thinking

9-10
11-12
Classification: Not ClassifiedClassification: Not Classified
'In Defence of God' former federal treasurer Joe Hockey gives a speech on religion at The Sydney Institute. Julian Morrow gives the annual Andrew Olle lecture. 'A very ...

'In Defence of God' former federal treasurer Joe Hockey gives a speech on religion at The Sydney Institute. Julian Morrow gives the annual Andrew Olle lecture. 'A very Australian conversation' lecture by Peter Cosgrove. Princeton Professor Cornel West discusses war time presidents.

ABC Fora
54:53

ABC Fora: November 19, 2009

ABC2 November 19, 2009

Critical thinking

9-10
11-12
Classification: Not ClassifiedClassification: Not Classified
“In Defence of God” former federal treasurer Joe Hockey gives a speech on religion at The Sydney Institute.

“In Defence of God” former federal treasurer Joe Hockey gives a speech on religion at The Sydney Institute.

ABC Fora
54:30

ABC Fora: November 22, 2009

ABC2 November 22, 2009

Critical thinking

9-10
11-12
Classification: Not ClassifiedClassification: Not Classified
John Pilger gives the Sydney Peace Prize Lecture condemns war in the middle east and Australia’s treatment of refugees and Aboriginal Australians. Captain Richard Phillips ...

John Pilger gives the Sydney Peace Prize Lecture condemns war in the middle east and Australia’s treatment of refugees and Aboriginal Australians. Captain Richard Phillips tells of his ordeal being hijacked by Somali pirates.

ABC Fora
53:54

ABC Fora: November 26, 2009

ABC2 November 26, 2009

Critical thinking

9-10
11-12
Classification: Not ClassifiedClassification: Not Classified
‘Social Media and Political Reporting’ at the Media 140 Conference, journalists discuss the relationship between Twitter and journalism. Speakers include Annabel Crabb, ...

‘Social Media and Political Reporting’ at the Media 140 Conference, journalists discuss the relationship between Twitter and journalism. Speakers include Annabel Crabb, Bernard Keane, Chris Uhlmann, Caroline Overington and John Kerrison.

ABC Fora
55:30

ABC Fora: December 3, 2009

ABC2 December 3, 2009

Critical thinking

9-10
11-12
Classification: Not ClassifiedClassification: Not Classified
Sydney PEN lecture by Aboriginal academic, lawyer and activist Larissa Behrendt addresses the crisis in indigenous communities. Introduced by Germaine Greer.

Sydney PEN lecture by Aboriginal academic, lawyer and activist Larissa Behrendt addresses the crisis in indigenous communities. Introduced by Germaine Greer.

ABC Fora
56:52

ABC Fora: January 29, 2009

ABC2 October 29, 2009

Critical thinking

9-10
11-12
Classification: Not ClassifiedClassification: Not Classified
Robyn Archer, Larissa Behrendt, Ien Ang and Bridget Kendall discuss Australian stereotypes. Saree Makdisi looks at the controversial construction of the Museum of Tolerance in ...

Robyn Archer, Larissa Behrendt, Ien Ang and Bridget Kendall discuss Australian stereotypes. Saree Makdisi looks at the controversial construction of the Museum of Tolerance in Jerusalem. Scientist David Mills talks solar power, while Paul Auster reads from his new book.

Addicted To Plastic
52:45

Addicted To Plastic

ABC December 1, 2011

Geography

Earth and environment

Science

Ethical understanding

Critical thinking

9-10
11-12
Classification: GeneralClassification: General
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Addicted To Plastic is an eye-opening documentary that investigates what's really known about plastic - the material of a thousand uses - and why there's so much of it. This ...

Addicted To Plastic is an eye-opening documentary that investigates what's really known about plastic - the material of a thousand uses - and why there's so much of it. This film tells of a worldwide waste and toxic legacy, and introduces the men and women dedicated to cleaning up the global mess caused by plastic. Filmed over three years in 12 countries on five continents, including two trips to the middle of the Pacific Ocean where plastic debris accumulates, this documentary looks at solutions to plastic pollution.

Afghanistan
54:59

Afghanistan

Episode 1 SBS September 26, 2012

History

Civics and citizenship

Religious studies

Critical thinking

9-10
11-12
Classification: Parental GuidanceClassification: Parental Guidance
This video has closed captioning
One of the most isolated and barren landscapes on the planet, Afghanistan is a strange place for an empire or superpower to invade. But for three of the greatest powers the ...

One of the most isolated and barren landscapes on the planet, Afghanistan is a strange place for an empire or superpower to invade. But for three of the greatest powers the world has seen, it became an unlikely target, an enduring obsession and an unwinnable war. After the British invasion in the 19th century, Afghanistan was dubbed the 'Graveyard of Empires'. Yet two superpowers, the Soviet Union and the US-led coalition today, again invaded in the 20th and 21st centuries.

Afghanistan
54:58

Afghanistan

Episode 2 SBS October 3, 2012

History

Civics and citizenship

Religious studies

Critical thinking

9-10
11-12
Classification: Parental GuidanceClassification: Parental Guidance
This video has closed captioning
One of the most isolated and barren landscapes on the planet, Afghanistan is a strange place for an empire or superpower to invade. But for three of the greatest powers the ...

One of the most isolated and barren landscapes on the planet, Afghanistan is a strange place for an empire or superpower to invade. But for three of the greatest powers the world has seen, it became an unlikely target, an enduring obsession and an unwinnable war. Rory Stewart, a former charity worker in Kabul, tells the history of two centuries of foreign intervention in Afghanistan.

After The Annex
1:27:16

After The Annex

National Geographic October 17, 2015

Modern history

Ethical understanding

Personal and social capability

Critical thinking

9-10
11-12
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
Anne Frank's world-famous diary comes to an abrupt end several days before she and her companions in the Secret Annex were arrested. This is the story of what happened next, ...

Anne Frank's world-famous diary comes to an abrupt end several days before she and her companions in the Secret Annex were arrested. This is the story of what happened next, how Anne became absorbed into the horror of the Nazi camp system.

After the Holocaust
55:27

After the Holocaust

The History Channel January 27, 2019

Modern history

History

Civics and citizenship

Critical thinking

Ethical understanding

Intercultural understanding

9-10
11-12
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
The darkest chapter in the history of mankind has finally come to an end - or so we thought. For the Jews of Europe, the suffering, the dying, and the grief continued, and ...

The darkest chapter in the history of mankind has finally come to an end - or so we thought. For the Jews of Europe, the suffering, the dying, and the grief continued, and still continues, to this very day.