Episode One: Seaweeds - ancient and neglected
This fascinating three part series explores three unique Australian islands and tells the stories of those who choose to live in these isolated locations.
Explore Australia’s deserts, oceans and coast, its rainforest and bush, discover the interior of New Guinea and the sub-Antarctic islands - see ten areas through the eyes of those who know them bes
You can make yourself seasick watching the daily rocking and the reeling in Europe.
Burma, also known as Myanmar, has long been closed off to the scrutiny of the outside world.
Mother of two Regan Haight was married and living contentedly in mid-west USA until she returned home one day to find her children and her Japanese-born husband gone.
It sounds like a benign coordinate or reference number but make no mistake H5N1 is far from benign.
Which nation has grown fatter faster, and currently holds the world's overweight title? The United States, Australia or Mexico?
Geoffrey Robertson presents a unique story of real Australian heroes.
Live coverage of Remembrance Day at the Australian War Memorial, Canberra in 1998, to celebrate the 80th anniversary of the signing of the Armistice at the end of World War I.
Two years ago Melbourne ophthalmologist Harry Lew began a mission to revive a story that began in a Polish town almost 70 years ago: a true story so terrible that when published in 1948 few could b
Frontier is considered television's first comprehensive account of Australia's hundred and fifty year land war.
In Jordan, a team of archaeologists undertakes a survey of human settlement at the ancient city of Pella, in the hills overlooking the River Jordan.
A half-hour special looking at the seriousness of the Asian financial crisis of January 1998 with interviews with Professor Jeffrey Sachs, David Hale and Kenichi Ohmae.
Looks at Vietnam during the years of peace since 1975. It is about a country about to embrace the West after 18 years of communist isolation
Pearl Of The Orient
For almost their entire history the Finnish people experienced foreign occupation, first by the Swedes, and then by the Russians.
The life of the last Emperor of China, Puyi, has fascinated film makers and historians alike.
Covering over a century of scientific detective work by a combination of eminent Chinese, French and American archaeologists and paleoanthropologists, The Mystery of Remote Ancestors tells the stor
Race seems such an obvious, natural part of human life. But where does the idea come from? How has it come to be weighed down with the baggage of hatred, prejudice and fear?