So You Think You'd Survive?
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So You Think You'd Survive?: Rip Currents And Lightning

Season 1 Episode 2 Discovery Science October 9, 2016

Science

Geography

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What would you do if a volcano erupts in front of you? How would survive a deadly rip current?

What would you do if a volcano erupts in front of you? How would survive a deadly rip current?

So You Think You'd Survive?
39:01

So You Think You'd Survive?: Avalanches And Jellyfish

Season 1 Episode 3 Discovery Science October 17, 2016

Science

Geography

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Could you survive the crush of a massive avalanche? Or save yourself from the vicious sting of a jellyfish?

Could you survive the crush of a massive avalanche? Or save yourself from the vicious sting of a jellyfish?

Huang's World
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Huang's World: Dubai

Season 1 Episode 10 SBS Viceland January 20, 2018

Intercultural understanding

Geography

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Eddie arrives in Dubai, the opulent heart of the United Arab Emirates, to explore how the city's extreme wealth drives technology, culture, and food.

Eddie arrives in Dubai, the opulent heart of the United Arab Emirates, to explore how the city's extreme wealth drives technology, culture, and food.

Ice Station Antarctica
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Ice Station Antarctica

SBS July 24, 2016

Earth and environment

Geography

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Antarctica is the last great wilderness: the coldest, windiest, driest and most isolated place on Earth. Every winter, for over three months of the year, the sun never rises. ...

Antarctica is the last great wilderness: the coldest, windiest, driest and most isolated place on Earth. Every winter, for over three months of the year, the sun never rises. But it's also home to the British Antarctic Survey's Halley Research Station. A veteran of living and working at Halley in the early eighties, BBC weatherman Peter Gibbs makes an emotional return to the place he once called home. A place that, during his time, was key to the discovery of the ozone hole. The journey starts with an arduous 12-day, 3000-mile voyage onboard the RRS Ernest Shackleton.

Classical Destinations
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Classical Destinations: Budapest - Liszt, Bartok And Kodaly

Season 2 Episode 7 SBS December 8, 2015

Music

Geography

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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

Italian Food Safari
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Italian Food Safari

Season 1 Episode 13 SBS July 2, 2015

Design and technologies

Geography

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In this final episode Guy visits Far North Queensland to learn how buffalo mozzarella is made and the secret of its taste and texture. He then shares his recipe for Caprese ...

In this final episode Guy visits Far North Queensland to learn how buffalo mozzarella is made and the secret of its taste and texture. He then shares his recipe for Caprese salad with mozzarella, tomatoes and basil.

Secrets of Wild Australia
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Secrets of Wild Australia: Secret Life of Snakes

Season 1 Episode 1 Animal Planet February 18, 2019

Science

Geography

9-10
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From pouch breeding marsupials, to big birds, to bats and terrifying reptiles, we go deep inside the world's smallest continent to see it's diverse and unique species.

From pouch breeding marsupials, to big birds, to bats and terrifying reptiles, we go deep inside the world's smallest continent to see it's diverse and unique species.

Wildest Islands
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Wildest Islands: Japan: Islands Of Extremes

Season 2 Episode 1 SBS April 19, 2016

Earth and environment

Geography

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Japan's 7000 islands cover an incredible range of extreme climates from frozen seas and snow-capped mountains, to sun kissed beaches and steamy mangroves. Winter can be ...

Japan's 7000 islands cover an incredible range of extreme climates from frozen seas and snow-capped mountains, to sun kissed beaches and steamy mangroves. Winter can be brutal, and Japanese snow monkeys endure the cold by basking in volcanic pools. Spring is a busy time for Japanese fishermen and the sea birds that catch fish for them. In contrast, summer in the southern islands is sweltering, with crabs patrolling the steamy mangroves.

Secrets of Wild Australia
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Secrets of Wild Australia: Secret Life of Bugs and Butterflies

Season 1 Episode 6 Animal Planet May 13, 2018

Science

Geography

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A look at the wide range of insects inhabiting the tropical forests of Australia.

A look at the wide range of insects inhabiting the tropical forests of Australia.

Earth's Great Seasons
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Earth's Great Seasons: Summer

Season 1 Episode 2 Animal Planet November 7, 2018

Earth and environment

Geography

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Every year, seasons transform our planet. As they sweep across the world, they drive all life on Earth, bringing huge opportunities and great challenges to everything. This ...

Every year, seasons transform our planet. As they sweep across the world, they drive all life on Earth, bringing huge opportunities and great challenges to everything. This episode celebrates summer and the extraordinary challenges it brings.

Blue Planet II
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Blue Planet II: One Ocean

Season 1 Episode 1 Nine December 2, 2018

Science

Geography

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This bold series from Sir David Attenborough takes viewers on a magical adventure across the greatest, yet least known parts of our planet: our oceans.

This bold series from Sir David Attenborough takes viewers on a magical adventure across the greatest, yet least known parts of our planet: our oceans.

Tony Robinson Down Under
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Tony Robinson Down Under: Still Stroppy Beggars

Season 1 Episode 6 SBS September 27, 2018

History

Geography

9-10
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In the final episode of Tony's exploration, he looks at the legacy of 222 years of British settlement. How did the country founded as a penal colony grow into a nation, and ...

In the final episode of Tony's exploration, he looks at the legacy of 222 years of British settlement. How did the country founded as a penal colony grow into a nation, and where are its loyalties today? Tony goes to the true birthplace of The Ashes, helps re-create the first powered flight by an Australian, goes on a legal fox hunt, takes a spin with invention buff James O'Loughlin in the first model ute, retraces The Dismissal with cartoonist Warren Brown, and interrogates former prime minister Kevin Rudd about his convict past.

Wildest Islands
48:18

Wildest Islands: Philippines: Islands of Mystery

Season 2 Episode 4 SBS May 10, 2016

Earth and environment

Geography

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The Philippines are a breeding ground for many rare, beautiful and bizarre animals. The mysterious Bearcat looks like a cross between a bear and a cat as is agile in the trees ...

The Philippines are a breeding ground for many rare, beautiful and bizarre animals. The mysterious Bearcat looks like a cross between a bear and a cat as is agile in the trees as a monkey. The Philippines is home to one of the worlds most spectacular cave systems, a subterranean world crowded with bats and mysterious insects. On the island of Bohol, swamp-like mangroves are raided by gangs of macaques with a taste for crabs. The Tarsier comes out to hunt at night an animal so small it fits in the palm of a human hand, but has the largest eyes relative to body size in the animal kingdom. (From the Netherlands, in English) (Documentary) (Rpt) G CC

Judi Dench: My Passion For Trees
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Judi Dench: My Passion For Trees

ABC May 1, 2018

Science

Geography

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Iconic actor Dame Judi Dench is still a hardworking Hollywood star into her 80s. She has always loved trees but now with failing eyesight she's determined to take time out to ...

Iconic actor Dame Judi Dench is still a hardworking Hollywood star into her 80s. She has always loved trees but now with failing eyesight she's determined to take time out to discover what really makes them tick.

Rachel Khoo's Kitchen Notebook Melbourne
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Rachel Khoo's Kitchen Notebook Melbourne

Season 1 Episode 1 SBS July 23, 2015

Design and technologies

Geography

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After thrilling global audiences with her hit shows set in Europe and London, passionate world traveller, food creator and writer, Rachel Khoo, is uncovering Melbourne and the ...

After thrilling global audiences with her hit shows set in Europe and London, passionate world traveller, food creator and writer, Rachel Khoo, is uncovering Melbourne and the wider state of Victoria's culinary wonders for the world to see.

Wild West with Ray Mears
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Wild West with Ray Mears: Mountains

Season 1 Episode 1 SBS August 1, 2015

History

Geography

7-8
9-10
Classification: Parental GuidanceClassification: Parental Guidance
This video has closed captioning
Internationally renowned bushcraft expert and survivalist, Ray Mears, explores how the awe-inspiring landscape of North America shaped the story of the Wild West. How did the ...

Internationally renowned bushcraft expert and survivalist, Ray Mears, explores how the awe-inspiring landscape of North America shaped the story of the Wild West. How did the mountain ranges, the great plains and the deserts challenge the westward push of the early pioneers?

21st Century Railway
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21st Century Railway

Season 1 Episode 1 SBS September 14, 2015

Design and Technologies

Geography

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This three-part series follows the creation, decline and rebirth of Ireland's railways. Railways in Ireland have been around for almost 180 years, and when they first arrived ...

This three-part series follows the creation, decline and rebirth of Ireland's railways. Railways in Ireland have been around for almost 180 years, and when they first arrived they brought Ireland to the forefront of technological change. Having once enjoyed a golden age, railways were to enter a long period of decline - but today their revival is being championed once again.

David Attenborough: Charles Darwin And The Tree of Life
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David Attenborough: Charles Darwin And The Tree of Life

One September 22, 2015

Biology

Geography

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David Attenborough asks the key questions: how and why did Darwin come up with his theory of evolution? Who do we think he was right? And why is it more important now than ...

David Attenborough asks the key questions: how and why did Darwin come up with his theory of evolution? Who do we think he was right? And why is it more important now than ever before?