Glossary

  • Sunday Arts - The Best of the Visual Artists

    Sunday Arts is a weekly one-hour, all-Australian arts program for art lovers, art enthusiasts, for the keen amateur and the deeply vocational. This special compile presents a selection of featured...

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  • Schools Spectacular

    Featuring over 3500 of the state’s most talented singers, dancers and musicians, the Schools Spectacular is a brilliantly choreographed and costumed production on an epic scale. An annual and keenly...

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  • Sudden Death

    The mystery of a deadly inheritance that strikes at random and is lethal within minutes. Sudden unexplained death is the cruelest of killers, striking at random and leaving loved ones distraught and...

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  • Sleek Geeks Series 1

    Imagine a scientific SWAT team made up of three hyper-active Geeks. Leading the team are two of the most formidable brains on Australian television, fast-talking Dr. Karl Kruszelnicki and maths whiz...

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  • Sacred Journey

    We follow Dr Christopher Anderson, anthropologist and Director of the South Australian Museum, as he journeys north to plan the return of Aboriginal secrets/sacred objects to their original...

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  • Salinity - Australia's Silent Menace

    Salinity has been called the biggest environmental threat to Australia in the 21st century. This series looks at every state affected by salt and examines the threat of salinity, from its ancient...

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  • Salinity and the Australian Environment - Special Schools Compile

    A Special Schools Compile This package of news and current affairs reports focuses on the issue of salinity and its impact on the Australian environment. Broader environmental issues are covered in...

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  • Salinity Update 2001

    Following on from our extremely popular Salinity compilation in 1999, this update continues the debate about salinity and its devastating impact on the Australian environment. 7.30 REPORT - A SALTY...

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  • SANFL Grand Final 2011

    Relive all the highlights of the SANFL 2011 Grand Final with a copy of the match between Eagles vs. Central Districts, won by Eagles by 3 points. SANFL Grand Final DVDs are available at $55.00 (plus...

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  • Schools Spectacular - The Best of 25 years

    To celebrate a momentous 25 years of the Schools Spectacular, the ABC has bought back together some of the stars of the Spectacular in a wonderful four-hour marathon. The best of the Spectacular...

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  • Schools Spectacular Reunion

    Presented by Rolf Harris, this is a documentary special that celebrates the amazing success stories that have emerged from the Schools Spectacular. Over 22 years, tens of thousands of Australian...

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  • Second Opinion

    With so many therapies out there, it can be hard to identify which treatments are right for what conditions. Second Opinion aims to inform viewers of the many and varied therapies available to treat...

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  • Second Opinion - Arthritis

    Judy and panellists Dr Arjun von Caemmerer, osteopath Chando Steiner and registered nurse Maggi Koerbin from the Arthritis Foundation discuss two very different approaches to managing arthritis and...

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  • Second Opinion - Asthma

    In Australia, one quarter of all children have now been diagnosed as asthmatic, a statistic which puts us in the top three in the world for incidence of the disease. Judy and panellists Dr Susan...

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  • Second Opinion - Children's Behavioural Problems

    When it comes to life skills the one we are least trained for is probably parent hood. And when it comes to children’s behavioural problems the parenting role is often stretched to the limit. In this...

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  • Second Opinion - Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

    Chronic Fatigue - thousands of Aussies say that they have it – but does it really exist or is it all in the head? So severe were the symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome that patients Jason Barnett...

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  • Second Opinion - Chronic Pain

    Like anything in life it’s difficult to truly understand situations until you experience them. Take chronic pain for example – the subject of this episode. Wendy Bennett and Audrey Zacharek have...

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  • Second Opinion - Dark Spaces/Sports Injuries

    Can a fear of the dark be treated with Therapeutic Touch? And what is it about Bowen therapy that eases pain? Judy is joined on the panel by Sue Gregory, Jennifer Lowry and Dr Jennie Jackson.

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  • Second Opinion - Detox

    Ever felt bloated, tired, lacking in motivation? A kind of overloaded feeling like you’ve eaten and/or drunk far too much? These are just some of the reasons why Terri Goodman and Dennis Danaher...

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  • Second Opinion - Eczema

    In this episode we'll see how two young Australians found relief from painful eczema and hear how the complementary therapies of chinese medicine and homeopathy eased the itch.

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  • Second Opinion - Food Allergies

    Ever had a severe reaction to something you ate? Peanuts and shellfish come to mind immediately but many foods that cause allergies can also be life threatening. Phyl Norris and Nikita Dub tell us...

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  • Second Opinion - Head Injuries/Back Pain

    Second Opinion looks at spider phobia, also Craniosacral treatment for a head injury and how can Hatha Yoga help chronic pain? Judy is joined on the panel by Dr Ted Vidor, Craniosacral Therapist...

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  • Second Opinion - Performance Anxiety and Achalasia

    Can Theta therapy help a pianist’s stage fright and can osteopathy kick a digestive disorder exactly where it hurts? Joining Judy on the panel is Theta therapist Katherine Boulton, Osteopath Peter...

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  • Second Opinion - Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

    It is something that thankfully most of us will never experience but for those that have endured a major trauma, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) has a profound and often debilitating impact on...

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  • Second Opinion - Recurring Colds/Osteoporosis

    Can an holistic approach halt a four year old’s recurring colds? And how do thinning bones respond to Naturopathy? Joining Judy on the panel is Dr Russell Cooper, Laura Cini and Dr Rob Walters. He’s...

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  • Second Opinion - Smoking

    Once the symbol of chic sophistication, and something that seemingly everyone did, smoking is one of modern societies’ major preventable causes of death. Accounting for 57 fatalities a day in...

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  • Second Opinion - Sports Injuries

    Ever pulled a hammy? Received a corky? Or popped a shoulder? Copped one too high or, god forbid, too low and been carried off the field? Sports injuries can be an immediately crippling and a...

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  • Second Opinion - Stress

    In this crazy world few of us escape some kind of neck jamming, muscle cramping, eye bulging strain due to the pressures of our lives. Stress due to work, family, financial, right down to the common...

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  • Second Opinion - Stroke and Meniere's Disease

    Can remedial massage restore balance to a sufferer of Meniere's disease and how could chiropractic be effective for a stroke victim suffering terrible tremors? Judy is joined on the panel by remedial...

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  • Second Opinion - Weight Loss/Depression

    Can Naturopathy help a mum wanting to lose weight after having a baby? And a workaholic turns to hypnotherapy after a life changing trauma. Judy is joined on the panel by Rob Davis, Irene Fisher and...

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  • Second Opinion - Whiplash/Bowel Problems

    Can energy healing calm an angry child? Finding the reasons for a behavioural problem in a child can be nigh impossible but you’ll hear an interesting diagnosis. And what do Naturopaths look for when...

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  • Secrets of St Marys, The

    Secrets of St Marys is a scientific detective story that follows a team of student archaeologists as they set out to discover what life was like for the first settlers of South Australia. There was...

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  • Secrets of Stalingrad

    It changed the course of World War II - and the whole 20th Century. But until now, the true story of the Battle of Stalingrad has remained shrouded in mystery.

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  • Secrets of the Heart

    It has long been held true that Australia has a 'dead heart' but now ecologist Dr Steve Morton declares war on this cherished belief. Many of Central Australia's varied landscapes are far greener...

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  • Seed Hunter

    As Australia and much of the world wrestles with hotter weather and a dwindling water supply, mass starvation on a global scale is on the cards if we can't find ways to improve crop resilience....

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  • Sensing

    Sensing is a journey of discovery of the five senses. Sensing is an erotic and sensual voyage from innocence to experience. Created by award-winning choreographer Graeme Murphy and performed by the...

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