This series explores eight significant geographic features of the Australian landscape.
Honoured with multiple film, documentary and nature awards including the 1991 Logie for Best Documentary feature, the series explores the diversity of Australia's landscapes, from the seas to the a
It's impossible to ignore the fact that Australia is in the middle of a severe water crisis.
The untold story of Australia's most prized tree, the Huon Pine, and the many worlds that surround it.
Geology as a science is recent, beginning in the 18th century, but its heritage is ancient.
Produced by ABC Education Television. A series of programs for secondary school classes devoted to basic concepts in science.
Award winning wildlife film maker, David Parer has built his reputation on delivering the pictures we never thought we'd see.
This four part series examines four emotions in detail, from their evolutionary origin, to how the emotion is regulated by the body's own drug factory.
On average, men die almost seven years earlier than women and have higher rates of heart disease, lung cancer, cardiovascular disease - in fact, almost every life threatening condition.
In the early 1980s, a young Sydney man gave blood.
How much do we really know about food safety and do we actually put it into practice?
Like many Australians, the average oyster likes living by the sea and having a good drink. Every hour it sucks in an average of ten litres of water, as it sieves for it's food.
In October, 1996, residents of the twin towns of Albury-Wadonga on the NSW-Victoria border were shocked when the floodgates of the nearby Hume Dam were opened.
El Nino is not new and can be traced back as far as European records.
From the ape, to the human, to the silicon substitute, The Face will take you on a remarkable three part journey behind the mast that makes the human face.
Part 1 - Recognition
The heart pumps 10,000 litres of blood through it everyday. But imagine your heart stopping for hours at a time. Each year this happens to over 18,000 Australians during open heart surgery.
In September 1994, a Queensland horse trainer and most of his stable of race horses fell to a sudden and mysterious illness.
Vast deposits of granite rocks lie five kilometres underneath Australia.
Dr Vaughn Clift, a medical doctor, is as far as he knows, the only Australian working for NASA.
In a millisecond, on July 16, 1945, the evolution of the human species took a remarkable turn.
Part 1: A Deadly Dose