This episode wraps up all the big stories from 2019 including natural disasters, elections, protests, sporting achievements and popular culture.
Researchers find children using social media apps are more likely to develop body image issues. The AACTA awards take place in Sydney, with Bluey winning best cartoon. Young women take part in a workshop for entrepreneurs called Enterprising Girls and learn what it takes to develop a product. Japan launches a satellite specifically for the 2020 Olympics.
This program digs beneath the surface of the dazzling and mysterious Orkney Islands. Orkney might seem remote today, but in the Stone Age these fascinating islands were a technological, cultural and spiritual hub. This documentary uses CGI technology, satellite imaging, drone photography and a robot submarine to bring history to life.
We explore radical claims about the history of Rapa Nui's mysterious and controversial ancient islanders.
Egypt's boy-king Tutankhamun died aged 18. Hastily mummified and placed in an unfinished tomb, his existence remained unknown until the tomb's sensational re-discovery in 1922. Two American detectives investigate how and why he died and conclude the evidence points to murder, conspiracy and cover-up. It's an irresistible whodunit where real life detectives hunt down real life ancient killers.