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Supersize Structures

Many of mankind's ideas to build big seem impossible. In Supersize Structures we look at when the impossible became the inevitable, from ancient temples to skyscrapers and spacecraft. Read more

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Baby Animals In The Wild

Baby Animals In The Wild is a humorous narration driven series based on a day in the life of a broad range of extremely cute baby animals from a wide variety of natural environments around the world. Read more

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Shadow Trackers

Shadow Trackers, Zac James and Hunter Page-Lochard encounter local storytellers and elders as they attempt to discover the truth behind the scary stories that petrify us, guide us and teach us life’s lessons. Read more

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Student Swap

In an education exchange program 4 students from Beijing China travel to Sydney Australia and 4 students from Sydney travel to Beijing, to experience life in a new school, a new home and a explore the cultural differences with a new group of friends. Read more

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The War That Changed the World

Using archive material from the conflict, including Chinese footage not previously seen, this program tells the story of the Sino-Japanese War, a major theatre of war whose story is little known internationally. Read more

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M.A.D. World

‘M.A.D. World’ explores how the world was changed forever by the Cold War. Over eight episodes, remarkable archival film shows how the build up of nuclear arms and the mistrust between West and East instilled terror across the globe. Read more

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World of the Wild

Guided by narration and featuring the most up-to-date research, the thirteen episodes of World of the Wild take audiences around the globe to experience a wide range of natural habitats. Read more

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Animal Armory

Animal Armory reveals the brutal tools used by animals in the wild to battle it out for food, dominance and safety. With stunning imagery and computer graphics, this high-impact show reveals the true nature of survival in the wild. Read more

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Animals That Changed History

Animals That Changed History is a six part documentary series that details the contributions of animals to human development throughout history. Read more

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Moody Beasts

In three one-hour specials, we explore the secret, primal force that drives the animal kingdom: hormones. Read more

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Australia Doesn't Just Want to Kill You

In Australia Doesn’t Just Want To Kill You we look at some of the extraordinary and extraordinarily deadly Aussie wildlife that, with a little ingenuity, are proving as helpful as they are harmful. Read more

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Changed Forever

Presented and narrated by Colin Friels, “Changed Forever” vividly recreates the story of Australia and Australians during the years of the First World War. Read more

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The Kangaroo King

The scorching interior of the oldest continent is home to one of Australia’s toughest inhabitants– the mighty Red Kangaroo. In this inhospitable yet magnificent land “Rusty” takes on everything the sunburnt country can throw at him. Read more

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Beneath New Zealand

Exploring the most geologically significant parts of New Zealand, and their influences on the landscape, climate, environment, and culture of the country. Read more

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New York had the Ramones. London had the Sex Pistols. But Brisbane had The Saints- the band that changed the face of rock as we know it. Read more

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Snake Sheila

Snake Sheila followed two Brisbane snake catchers - 'Snake Sheila Julia' and her Scottish bloke 'Johnny Bagpipes' - over a snake season where they're run absolutely legless. Read more

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Finding 1984

The bigger picture presented in George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four has endured, challenging us and our interviewees to continue to question the nature of humanity and freedom. Read more

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Race of Life

It's a battle for survival, and the rush to stay one step ahead - a step that can be the difference between life and death. Read more

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Desperate Hours

In Desperate Hours You’ll be an eyewitness to some of the greatest disasters of the last 100 years. Read more

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Making Tracks

Join Making Tracks as Australia’s greatest train journeys transport you through our most extreme landscapes, revealing the vast wilderness, pioneering history and colourful characters whose lives revolve around these epic rail lines. Read more

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World War II: The Price of Empire

Told in 13 episodes through the unparalleled resources of one of the world’s great film archives, and brought to life by the testimony, recorded exclusively for the series, of more than fifty eyewitnesses to the war, this is the story of the greatest man made event in history. Read more

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Tale of Two Cities

This is a tale of two cities. One is ancient, with thousands of years of tradition, home to more than 20 million people—Beijing, Capital of the People’s Republic of China. One is barely one hundred years old, a planned city, home to less than half a million people—Canberra, the capital of Australia. Read more

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ANZAC Battlefields

In the First World War more than 80% of Australian fatalities occurred on the main battlefield, facing the main force of the enemy. Read more

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Big Art

When the world wants Big Art, it comes to Urban Art Projects, an art-making business founded by identical twins Daniel and Matthew Tobin. From humble beginnings casting bronze door handles, today they run a team who make some of the biggest art in the world. Read more

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Hanging Australia

The vastness of our country, its beauty and hostility, fires and floods, are part of who we are, how we think and how we define ourselves. Read more

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Save your life tonight

Filmed in front of a live studio audience, Save Your Life Tonight is a unique new series that takes the top ten health issues facing Australians today and explores them in an interactive and entertaining way with charismatic host Andrew Daddo. Read more

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Coral Triangle

This landmark three part series, set in the central Indo-Pacific, unlocks some of the hidden secrets of the scientifically defined region known as the Coral Triangle; discovering species new to science, engaging with the diverse local people, and experiencing natural events that are as awesome as they are humbling. Read more

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Outside Chance

When a ragtag team of prison inmates joins a groundbreaking rehabilitation program, they begin a search for redemption through Australian Rules footy, on a journey toward the WA Amateur Football League grand final. Read more

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Australia's Wild Places

From the arid desert of Australia’s red centre to the snow-covered peaks of the Alps, from the riches waiting to be discovered in the waters of Western Australia’s shark coast, to the lush jungles of the Daintree on the opposite side of this vast continent, Australia’s national parks are home to some of the world’s greatest treasures. Read more

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Weapons Of The Wild

For the first time the latest behavioural research is combined with new imaging technologies to provide amazing insights into the extraordinary arsenal of weapons that have evolved in the animal kingdom. Read more

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Wild Australia

Australia – a continent of natural wonders! This four-part series takes you off to the kingdom of the kangaroo and red rocks with breathtaking aerial footage, riveting super slow motion and extraordinary animal stories. Read more

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Dancing Down Under

Dancing Down Under is an observational series that follows the amazing adventures of a group of young Australians as they compete for the winner’s trophies in the crazy world of Irish Dancing. Read more

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Comic Book Heroes

Best friends Wolfgang Bylsma and Skye Walker Ogden have a dream. For the last six years, these Perth men have devoted their time and talents to producing unique Australian comic books through their company Gestalt Publishing. Read more

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Monsters in the Outback

Many millions of years ago, before even our ancestors walked the earth, there were dinosaurs. And Australia was once a place where they roamed in vast numbers. Read more

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New Zealand From Above

An aerial journey of New Zealand, from the deep south of the South Island to the northern tip of the North Island. Read more

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ANZAC Spirit

When things are tough – on the sports field, in the face of natural disaster – we summon up the Anzac spirit. Read more

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Blessed Mary

Coinciding with the canonisation of Australia’s first saint, this documentary explores the remarkable life of Sister Mary MacKillop. Read more

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The Digger

On international battlefields, through archive and re-enactment we search for the greatest Australian icon: The Digger. Read more

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For Valour

A one hour special which brings to life the heroic stories that are marked along the Remembrance Driveway between Sydney and Canberra’s Australian War Memorial. Read more

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Eighteen Australian icons lend their personal insight to eighteen iconic institutions in our nation's capital. Read more

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Who We Are - In Sport

The journey – to the top and beyond – has been full of discoveries for this group of Indigenous sports stars. Read more

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As Australian As

In ten half hour episodes ten eminent Australians amusingly, movingly and provocatively give their thoughts on what it means to be “As Australian As”. Read more