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    1918: Year of Victory

    History

    In stark contrast to the stasis and slaughter of the first four years of the Great War, 1918 saw both sides take bold action, risking everything in pursuit of victory.

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    1968 The Year That Made Us

    History

    1968 was a hinge year - a year when history swung from before to after. A year that shook and shuddered with so many things - so much reality - that the psychedelic escapade that had been the 1960s to that point could not survive.

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    40 Degrees South

    Wildlife & Animals

    40 Degrees south of the Equator, Mother Nature cold shoulders the Earth. The weather becomes wilder, the land scarcer and the climate more extreme.Plants and animals struggle to survive.

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    A Newsreel History of The Modern World

    History

    This series is about the newsreels that recorded and reported the most significant events and infamous people of the 20th Century.

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    Abandoned

    Feature Documentary

    Climbing cranes after nightfall, walking the rooftops of the highest skyscrapers in town delving deep into the darkest tunnels and finding her way into places she is not supposed to be

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    Africa 24 7 with Kevin Richardson

    Wildlife & Animals

    This 4K series looks into the intimate lives, minute by minute, of wild animals living in Africa.

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    Africa 24/7

    Wildlife & Animals

    This 4K series looks into the intimate lives, minute by minute, of wild animals living in Africa. Each story is told with the insight of a researcher, cameraman, scientist or expert working in the field.

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    Am I Perfect?

    Lifestyle & Entertainment

    A young 19 year old Australian woman sets out on an all-consuming quest tosee if Hollywood ‘perfect’ is obtainable through subjecting herself to vigorousbeauty treatments, diets and exercise regimes endorsed by the media.

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    Anatomy of an Attack

    Wildlife & Animals

    Animal attacks strike terror into the hearts of people around the world. The size, power and appearance of the animals, as well as the suddenness and violence of their attacks, make them the thing of human nightmares.

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    Art Deco Lovers Guide to the World

    Arts

    Art Deco is one of the most enduring and instantly recognisable art forms of the modern world. Rising to prominence in the high style and highly optimistic 1920s and 30’s it is a truly global phenomenon

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    Australia s Greatest Adventures

    People & Places

    From coast to coast, we’re ready to showcase the best destinations in Australia!

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    Blue Poles

    Arts

    In 1974, less than twenty years after the artist’s death, The National Gallery of Australia purchased a large canvas that is unquestionably one of Jackson Pollock’s masterpieces.

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    Brits Down Under

    People & Places

    Each year thousands of British people venture Down Under to Australia for a bit of sand, sunshine and adventure. 30% of Bristish emigrants return home within the first 2 months!

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    Building to the Sky

    Science & Engineering

    Discover the extraordinary stories behind the world’s biggest and best skyscrapers featuring towering structures from the past, the best tall modern buildings, and amazing high structures still being designed and built.

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    Cassowary

    Wildlife & Animals

    In the rainforests of Northern Queensland, there’s a bird that’s the last of its kind. Usually hidden from sight, or only a few steps away from dense and impenetrable forest, we venture into its world.

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    Cat Fight

    Feature Documentary

    Since the women’s liberation movement in the 1960s, women’s roles in social, cultural, political and economic life has drastically changed and progressed for the better, giving women an equal footing to men

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    Cat Hospital ER

    Wildlife & Animals

    Nestled in the inner-city streets of Sydney, amongst the hustle and bustle of city slickers, just near Bondi, sits the quaint walls of the Paddington Cat Hospital.

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    Caught In Motion

    Wildlife & Animals

    Wildlife caught in motion as we have never seen before – new ultra high-speed camera technologies allow scientists to decipher and us to marvel the beauty and physiological elegance of animals in action.

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    Code Red

    People & Places

    The 21st century, young though it is, has given humanity its fair share of catastrophic disasters. Whether they are natural or manmade, they have made the headlines and changed us forever.

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    Collapse End of Empire

    History

    In 1914 there were less than 60 sovereign states in the world. In 2017 there are more than 200. Almost every one of the new states came into being because, between 1919 and 1970 the Age of the Empire ended.

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    Dangerzone Medivac: Australia

    People & Places

    A unique look inside the medical team delivering emergency care to some of the most remote locations in the world - Australia’s mining industry.

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    Days of Victory

    History

    In three episodes we explore the most decisive military actions in major conflicts of the twentieth century. In each episode we illustrate decisive actions that determined the course of a conflict and shaped our history.

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    Dingo Man

    Wildlife & Animals

    While the poisoning, trapping and shooting of dingoes continue, one farmer has taken a radically different approach: raising his own litter of dingo pups. John Cooper is a true Australian original.

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    Dirty Women

    Lifestyle & Entertainment

    Meet Julia Baker (and her trusty companion – Harley the motorbike!) – known around the world as ‘The Snake Sheila’, Julia stars in her own TV series “Snake Boss” currently airing on Animal Planet / Discovery Channel

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    DIY CSI

    Crime & Mystery

    In this series we recount the incredible true stories of people who take catching criminals into their own hands and solve crimes... DIY style.

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    Doggy Style

    Wildlife & Animals

    Doggy Style takes a look at the weird and wonderful world of pooch centric business and the ‘woofing’ multi-million dollar pet industry.

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    Dr Slow's Frantic Family Rescue

    Formats

    Travelling the world, Carl Honore is administering his own cure for a virus that’s threatening to cancel childhood in families from Singapore to Sydney, Mayfair to Mumbai.

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    Dress Sense

    Arts

    Before the turn of the century there was such a thing as “style” but it only concerned the small number who possessed power, rank and fortune. For the rest the sole purpose of clothes was practicality.

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    Elements

    People & Places

    Set in the rich landscape and stunning waters of the Torres Strait and rural Queensland, Australia, this series encapsulates stories of the four elements of water, wind, fire and earth.

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    Extreme Animal Survivors

    Wildlife & Animals

    Surviving fire, eternal darkness, immense crushing pressure and even the vacuum of space. The most extreme wildlife adaptations in the most challenging natural environments. Meet nature’s tough guys.

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    Famed and Shamed

    People & Places

    Celebrities love Australia. They love the sunshine, they love the media attention and they l love the legion of devoted fans that treat them like hallowed royalty – even when they clearly ain’t.

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    Fight Against Extinction with Kevin Richardson

    Wildlife & Animals

    Extinction is a hot topic and one close to Kevin Richardson's heart. Known as “The Lion Whisperer”, Kevin has dedicated his live to saving the Lions of Africa.

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    Fight for 30 Hills

    Wildlife & Animals

    In Indonesia’s most pristine jungle, there’s a war being waged. 30 Hills is the last of Indonesia’s truly wild places and it’s under attack from all sides.

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    Flight of the Rhino

    Wildlife & Animals

    This dramatic one hour documentary follows the complexities and challenges of undertaking an intercontinental airlift of 80 endangered white rhinos. 

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    Greenland

    Wildlife & Animals

    A modern Indiana Jones, Stewart McPherson, is a passionate young intrepid who has made it his mission to explore and uncover earth’s most mysterious and uncharted worlds.

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    Halluci Nation

    Science & Engineering

    From malicious voices whispering threats to parades of animals running down the halls, hallucinations are as diverse as the people who experience them.

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    History of Childhood

    History

    Every human being starts the same. And every one becomes unique. Every one of us. And much that is unique about us – and about our ancestors, and about our contemporaries across the planet – has to do with what we experience

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    Horror Honeymoons

    Lifestyle & Entertainment

    Floods, earthquakes, robberies, tsunamis, food poisoning, squalid conditions and illness are the last things you expect when planning a honeymoon, but some couples’ start to married life turns out to be

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    How Trains Changed the World

    History

    While some pundits believe trains have will and truly “gone off the rails” others are convinced they’re making a comeback, evolving to stay relevant in the 21st Century world. To celebrate this enduring form of transport, we wind back ou

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    Ice Lords Live

    Wildlife & Animals

    Move in for the week with the extraordinary Emperor Penguins of Amanda Bay

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    Inside Animal Minds

    Wildlife & Animals

    Dr Vint Virga is known as the Animal Whisperer. He’s a trained vet and animal behaviourist in a rare speciality – the emotional wellbeing of animals. Animals like the dog Pongo, who was brought back

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    Instinct

    Science & Engineering

    For the human animal even the most ordinary act is often a matter of life or death. In this one hour documentary we look at how the things we take for granted, like gossip and rock ‘n’ roll, are as much the remnants of

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    Iron Fists and Kung Fu Kicks

    Feature Documentary

    Hong Kong’s martial arts movies hit Hollywood like a meteor and left a changed industry in their wake. Introducing stars like Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan, and Jet Li, Hong Kong was responsible for a massive kung fu craze.

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    King Herod: The Fatal Conflict

    History

    King Herod: The Fatal Conflict delves deeply into the tumultuous life of King Herod and unpacks the glorious rise then tragic fall of Jerusalem under the reign of the Roman Empire.

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    Lethal Lovers

    Crime & Mystery

    Lethal Lovers is a chilling documentary series exploring what happens when love goes terribly wrong - when love ends in murder. This 6 part series offers a voyeuristic peek into the crimes of passion that made front-page

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    Life in the Balance

    Science & Engineering

    Earth is a perfect planet with just the right recipe to sustain life - our precious human life, together with another 8.7 million other unique species.

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    Life on the Line

    People & Places

    One million Indians work for Indian National Railways and as many as thirty million Indians travel by train every day. That is the reality of Indian train travel. It is not our story. This is not a story about trains.

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    The Longest Mail Run in the World

    People & Places

    Three days a week, Tom O'Donnell pilots "Whisky Zulu Victor", a twin-engine Aero Commander 500S, on the longest mail run in the world.

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    Machinery of War

    History

    From the beginning of the twentieth century to today, war was radically transformed. Across six episodes, this series explores how developments in machinery and technology have changed the nature of warfare forever.

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    Mega Choppers

    Science & Engineering

    Sometimes disaster strikes or a job urgently comes up that is so remote; too dangerous on land; ultimately inaccessible; or incredibly high that only one vehicle can reach – heavy lifting, high flying

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    Mega Mechanics

    Science & Engineering

    From mining diggers, jaw breakers, grinders, crushers, oil rigs, cargo ships, sand dredgers, harvesters and high-voltage power lines – these are the mega machines that get the job done.

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    Military Blunders

    History

    The business of military command has probably been responsible for no more than its fair share of blunders – no greater proportion of failures than any other business that operates on a large scale

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    My River, My Life, My Song

    People & Places

    An extraordinary documentary series exploring the music and culture of the Orinoco river people.

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    One Small Step

    Science & Engineering

    On 20th July 1969, Neil Armstrong walked on the moon. This singular American achievement was a consequence of a deep political, economic and military rivalry that threatened to destroy life on Earth, but it was immediately celebrated by all of humanity.

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    Orinoco River of Life

    Wildlife & Animals

    This 3 x 1 hour natural history series will explore and celebrate the remarkable species native and endemic to the Orinoco, captured as never before in 4K.camera equipment.

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    Paddleboat Adventures

    People & Places

    The majestic paddle steamers that still actively travel through some of Australia’s major rivers are a nostalgic tribute to days gone by. These were once part of Australia’s amazing inland pioneering transport systems

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    Painting Australia

    Arts

    The story of the artists who have painted Australia - and of how they saw the continent that inspired them, from bush to beach, city to scrub, past to present.

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    Paradise

    Feature Documentary

    With its mix of tranquil beauty from rain forests to surf beaches to nightlife and architecture, glamour and kitsch – Surfers Paradise on Australia’s Gold Coast has a truly distinct and surprising history.

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    Poles Apart

    Wildlife & Animals

    The similarity of the Polar Regions ends with the ice. Our planet’s white realms are more than a world apart.

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    Postcards From Space

    Science & Engineering

    A category five hurricane that will consume the American Gulf states is first gathering strength – all the way across the Atlantic, in the faint winds of the Sahel of North Africa. A monster volcano, roiling in anger

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    Race Against Time

    Formats

    Every year the great salt pans of Makgadikgadi, in the central Kalahari, Botswana, play center stage to one of Africa's most important events

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    Race for Gold

    History

    A trek across Northern Australia in the footsteps of the prospectors - teams from around the world are set the task of retracing the steps of the Gold Rush.

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    Rise of the Reptiles

    Wildlife & Animals

    Australia has more reptiles than any other country in the world – and among them, the deadliest on Earth: highly venomous snakes, lethal constrictors and killer saltwater crocodiles. So why is this great island continent ideal for reptiles, and how

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    Salt

    History

    Salt will be a visually driven three by one hour historical travelogue spanning the globe exploring the surprising story of salt, the one commodity that has influenced the evolution of civilization more than any other.

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    Save Your Life Tonight

    Formats

    Save Your Life Tonight is a unique studio based medical series that explores Australia’s top 10 health issues in an exciting and entertaining way. Driven by charismatic host Andrew Daddo, along with resident GP Dr Liz Marles

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    Scotland s Wild West

    Wildlife & Animals

    This series explores the amazing feats animals achieve to survive on Scotland’s ultimate frontier. Like the Wild West, families and prospectors are exposed to the harsh elements, thieves and murderers and an ever- changing human world. It takes

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    Scroll Wars

    History

    When renowned journalist Jane Corbin discovers that an ancient scroll has been seized during an antiquity thieves bust, she dives into a fascinating mystery that radically shifts our understanding of the origins of Jerusalem, the early Christian Church an

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    Search for the Tassie Tiger Series 2

    Wildlife & Animals

    The last Tassie Tiger was held in a zoo where it died in 1936. Fifty years later the species was officially declared extinct. But is it? Since 1936 there have been literally thousands of reported sightings

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    Secret Life of Lawrence of Arabia

    History

    The true story of how an obscure British solider became one of the most famous men in the world - Lawrence of Arabia - and why he ultimately sought a life of anonymity when the world was at his feet.

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    Secrets of the Map

    People & Places

    A quest to create maps of three mysterious corners of our world.

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    Shark Forest

    Wildlife & Animals

    In the stormy seas of the southern tip of Africa, in South Africa's largest Bay, there is a forest like no other on Earth.

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    She's Not In Kansas Anymore

    History

    How a nice couple from Kansas inspired King Kong. This is the story of a young girl from small-town Kansas who dreamt of something bigger, and grew up to become a famous explorer, film maker and all-round celebrity.

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    Sibling Rivalry

    Science & Engineering

    From the time they are born, our brothers and sisters are our collaborators and co-conspirators, our role models and cautionary tales. They are our scolds, protectors, tormentors, playmates, counsellors, and sources of envy

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    Social Climbers Mission Critical

    Wildlife & Animals

    Colombia’s endemic cotton-top tamarins are uber cute. They’re also highly intelligent, incredibly social and impeccably groomed. But for all their good looks and social savvy, they are a critically endangered species in the wild.

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    Social Climbers: The Secret Lives of the Cotton-Top Tamarins

    Wildlife & Animals

    Over the course of a year within in a Protected Forest Reserve in Northern Columbia we follow matriarch, Tamara, and her dozen troupe members, as they deploy their special brand of teamwork to look after their young.

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    Songs of Protest

    Arts

    This series is about the way people have sung their defiance, their aspirations and their anger - music that dared to move mountains in order to change the world for the better.

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    Species Hunters

    Wildlife & Animals

    This is one of the world’s largest nature discovery projects on the oldest continent on Earth. Here a team of scientists, indigenous rangers and teachers are in Australia’s most remote and hidden locations

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    Student Swap

    Formats

    Student Swap is a teen based observational documentary format, exploring a student’s life in unfamiliar surroundings. In the first series of Student Swap we see four teenagers from China travel to Australia

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    Surfing Doctors

    Lifestyle & Entertainment

    A new generation of surfers are pushing the boundaries of their sport into new territories in search of the perfect wave. In remote destinations across the planet, these young adventurers test the limits of wave riding

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    Surviving Australia

    People & Places

    The sea is a killer, the outback is worse.The tropics are evil and the bush is a curse.How the hell do people survive in this godforsaken country?

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    Tabloid Territory

    Lifestyle & Entertainment

    Unconventional, contentious and, at times, downright rude, the NT News is Australia’s most talked about (and laughed at) newspaper.

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    The 101 Crimes that Made The 20th Century

    Crime & Mystery

    From the Black Dahlia to the Lindbergh Kidnapping, this is the definitive countdown of the historical crimes that shook the globe.

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    The 101 World Records That Made The 20th Century

    History

    In 1903 the air speed record is 11 km per hour. Seventy-six years later it is 3,529. With this and other records our program shows a century getting higher, faster, bigger.

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    The Age of Humans

    Science & Engineering

    In October this year, the world’s leading scientists will decide whether Earth’s history has crossed a point of no return,that the mark of the modern human will be evident in the fossil record for millions of years to come.

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    The Blue Indian

    Wildlife & Animals

    Stretching across an area almost 5.and half times the size of the USA, the Indian Ocean reaches more than ten thousand kilometres, from the southern tip of Africa to the west coast of Australia, and into Antarctica. Its waters abound with diversity yet it

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    The Blurred Crusade

    Feature Documentary

    A journey into the 30 year history of The Church: the music, the drugs, the personalities and the rise of and fall and future of their success.

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    The Impossible Peace

    History

    They said the First World War was the war to end all wars. Peace lasted only twenty years. What happened?

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    The Killing Tree

    Wildlife & Animals

    Wild pigs, monitor lizards, pythons, giant tree frogs, palm cockatoos, brush turkeys, and huge rodents have crammed into the smallest of venue s for one truly remarkable feast at...THE KILLING TREE.

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    The Language of Art

    Arts

    Art is a language that tells our stories. Art records history. Art is an expression of passion, thought, politics, religion and space.

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    The Train Lovers Guide to the 20th Century

    History

    This story of a hundred years of train travel is also the story of some of the century’s greatest feats of engineering.

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    The Wacky Wild Files

    Wildlife & Animals

    There are over 950,000 identified species in the animal kingdom. Not to mention millions more that haven’t even been categorised yet. Some members of the wildlife population are so bizarre, it’s a wonder they’re even real

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    The Wonderous World of Leon Gimpel

    Arts

    A Lawrence Johnston film, following the story of renowned photographer Leon Gimpel - one of France’s great unsung heroes in the history of French photography during the Belle Epoque era.

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    The World's Most Wanted

    Crime & Mystery

    Being wanted is not always desirable – this is the story of the “most wanted” of the 20th century. The story of those who have topped the lists at the FBI, CIA, MI6, Interpol and the rest.

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    The Ex-Files

    People & Places

    The Ex-Files offers young individuals facing quarter-life crises the opportunity to make change; but first they must face hard truths and guidance from those they once cared most about – the exes!

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    The Soldier

    History

    The Soldier tells the story of Infantrymen from 1900 to 2000: weapons, uniforms, pastimes, diet, battlefield medicine, tactics, the scale of warfare and even the psychology.

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    This Wombat Life

    Wildlife & Animals

    Meet Emily Small, the university student and full-time wombat mum!

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    Trading Places

    People & Places

    Julia Baker is about to get her hands really dirty and attempt to discover if there are any jobs women can't do!

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    UFO Project

    Science & Engineering

    On October 30th 1938, CBS Radio broadcast an audio enactment of H.G. Wells’ sci-fi novel, War of the Worlds. The actors’ portrayal of the tale in which Martians invade Earth was extremely convincing.

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    Visionaries

    History

    The history of the future cannot, of course, be written. But we can tell the long and often extraordinary story of those who have tried to foretell the future, from the fanciful palmist to the scientific genius

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    Waterholes of Life

    Wildlife & Animals

    Africa's water holes are some of the most dynamic areas of the wild continent. They are “Landscapes of Fear" where animals are under massive pressure

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    Wet and Wild

    Wildlife & Animals

    This is a no holds barred journey into another world with the Northern Territory’s ultimate hunters; feral buffalo musterers, folk fuelled by a passion for the chase and lure of being on the land.

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    Where Were You When

    History

    History’s defining moments from the people who were there and whose lives were profoundly affected by just a single point in time.

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    Wild Mekong

    Wildlife & Animals

    The Greater Mekong region holds irreplaceable riches, ranging from rare wildlife found nowhere else in the world to spectacular natural landscapes. At its heart lies the Mekong River. Winding over 4,000 kilometres

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    World's Most Dangerous Borders

    History

    From either side of a treacherous territorial boundary two young journalists set out to discover the reality of living around and (hopefully) crossing one of the World’s Most Dangerous Borders

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    World's Wildest Islands

    Wildlife & Animals

    A journey across the globe in the footsteps of the world's greatest explorers to discover Europe's wildest overseas territories and the ectraordinary creatures that inhabit them.

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    WW2 Jungle War

    History

    This is the story of the World War 2 jungle campaigns fought in the Asia/Pacific in which battle casualties - numberless though they were, often victims of the most brutal close-quarter fighting - were always far fewer than those lost to sickness, di

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    Xtreme Pet Parents

    Wildlife & Animals

    In the 21st century you don’t own pets, you parent pets and in this series we get an intimate view inside the lives of modern day pet-parents and their pet progeny who take pet-parenting to a whole new level.

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    Y: The Generation That Will Change The World

    Feature Documentary

    They have arrived. They’re not like anything we have seen before. And they’re about to take over the world. They are not an alien race (not exactly). They are the 80-million person cohort dubbed the “Millennials”

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    You're Called What?!

    Wildlife & Animals

    You’re Called What investigates a wide array of animals with odd, wacky and unusual names. Have you ever heard of the Raspberry Crazy Ant or the Psychedelic Frogfish?

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