The Royal Australian Navy International Fleet Review is without doubt one of the largest and most exciting public events held on Sydney Harbour since the Sydney Olympics in 2000. The jewel in the crown is a fireworks and lightshow spectacular - the most complex, highly choreographed fireworks, projection, lighting and live action show ever seen in Australia, or even the world, and centres around Sydney's famous harbour and Opera House.
National Geographic photographer Reza Deghati returns to Afghanistan 25 years after meeting a young resistance fighter named Ahmed Shah Massoud. At that time, he took an iconic photo of the man who was to become a legendary commander in the fight against the Soviet army and the Taliban. As he retraces the steps of the late Massoud, he also tries to capture images which will portray the face of Afghanistan today.
Enter the strange and obscure world of taxidermy - the art of stuffing animals. Popular in the Victorian era, in recent years taxidermy has become increasingly popular as a form of art. This documentary gets to the heart of this modern craze, meeting its practitioners, its collectors and its businesses, and illustrates the breadth of the people involved in the craft, and the variety of wild and often unhinged creations they produce.
A new interview-style series where well-known personalities open up their childhood photo albums and share personal stories from their formative years. Hosted in front of a live studio by Brian Nankervis. This episode features comedian Anh Do.