Dick Smith, self proclaimed single biggest individual fuel user in Australia, goes in search of the energy options that will decide Australia's future.
Presented by Richard Heathcote, curator of historic Ripponlea, and spanning Australia's earliest colonial residences, from the verandah-clad pastoral homesteads to ornate Victorian mansions and Edw
In February 2000, an international team of biologists met in Hobart, Tasmania to discuss what they believe is a global crisis - the sudden appearance of strange marine micro-organisms capable of po
Ask any visitor to Australia what they'd like to do and they'll probably tell you they'd love to cuddle a koala.
In our throw away world a plastic bag outlives it's usefulness after around fifteen minutes. A plastic bottle might last a little longer, party balloons a whole occasion.
Have you noticed any weird weather round your place lately? And do you ever wonder if it's normal... or not?
When shipwrecked sailors first encountered wombats they did what they had to do to survive, they ate them.
This program is an epic story of droughts and flooding rains and a young pastoralist's dream to restore his beloved landscape.
Riau province in Sumatra is home to the world’s biggest paper plant. It’s owned and run by Asia Pacific Resources International Ltd, better known by the more disarming acronym APRIL.
In this dazzling and colourful programme, Sir David Attenborough reveals two of his greatest passions, Birds of Paradise and the art of bird illustration.