For the right movie, I like going to the cinema especially the one in Cremorne. I love my job and the interesting things I get to do! My ideal partner is someone who has his life in order and knows what he wants out of life. It doesn't worry me if he has children or not. I would like a man who treats women with respect and accepts me for the person I am. Soneone who lives in Adelaide is a must.
I am a happy , easygoing person who works in retail, I have 4 children and live in the northern suburbs. I try to live life to the fullest and enjoy this life I have been given. I am 5ft 6in and have brown hair and blue eyes. My children are an important part of my life and I still have 2 living at home with me. Im not looking for a perfect man just one who will love me and treat me well.
I enjoy going on drives that are spur of the moment and have a surprise destination. I enjoy going to the movies and enjoy most films. I love going out to dinner and trying new foods. I love going to car shows whether it be a show and shine or drags or burnouts. Ideal partner is exactly who I feel the connection with!! No one is the same.
Would like someone who is funny, kind, gentle. Most important must be able to laugh and play around like kids and have fun. Single mum looking for friendship and partnership, not one night stands. My kid will always be first. Just wanting someone with a good sense of humour, honest, who is affectionate and will treat me and my kid like royalty like I would the man in my life. No time wasters and anyone into drugs.
Chillin with my kid and relaxing with friends. I like to play pool tho I'm really not that good Prefer action and thriller affection is a must with me!!! I like pizza ribs some seafood Chinese food I like cricket and NRL I like fishing and camping going for drives I like most music but especially country music I like cuddling on the couch watching a good movie or binge watching a good TV series I'm not into parting very much but will do if my partner is into partying.
Someone with a good sense of humor who loves life, music, good food. Someone who is looking for a commitment, i've been alone for many years and want to settle down! Not interested in someone who is dry, can't laugh, or just sit around and die. I'm full of life! I lived in Australia for 4 years. I love traveling and seeing new places. I love going out for a good meal and drink. Love to dance and listen to good music.
Love cooking, and gardening. Not a big fan of the movies or watching tv. Love meeting new people and like to socialize, I love life! Looking for a genuine, well mannered considerate,thoughtful and intelligent guy. Noted for his wits and humour. Must be affectionate, romantic,demonstrative,passionate and must be an eloquent communicator. Must be positive and comfortable with who and what i am.
I mean just a good hearted guy who knows how to treat a lady right if you get what i mean. Im willing to reveal myself to the right man. Fascinated by human nature especially the masculine and feminine dance.
I understand the difference between masculine and macho, feminine and girly. Loving to learn ,laugh, move,and express myself. I find opportunities to do so just about everyday. I enjoy sensuality,bare feet in grass, standing in the rain, eating delicious food and i absolutely adore kissing and hugging.
I enjoy sea foods and like hanging out like going to the movies, hanging out with friends. Cuddling on the couch with that special man watching a DVD with a glass of Red wine. Swimming and Camping is no exception and wish to learn more about my interest then hit me up then we take it from there.
Ohh god this is hard ,um open to if u drink or smoke as I'm a smoker ,a must is love animals , non controlling woman, easy going ,happy go lucky woman who loves a laugh ,dozent mind a party now and then with loud music I have a 11 yo son who is a great kid ,1 dog and cat at the moment.
Owww kisses ,, love. I like a guy that knows how to communicate, takes the time to get to know me and care about my feelings and hobbies.
I would like to know that a man know's how to talk over a problem and nut it out together as a team, not shut down. We are both equal in a relationship and deserve to both be heard.
I would like a romantic man that enjoys wooing a woman, and treating her to a good time. I work as a Registered Nurse, I have 3 beautiful children, Sadly being a single mum I dont get out much to meet new people. Im looking for a relationship, not a fluzy. I enjoy having fun, communication and working as a team.
I enjoy alot of out door sports, I like to travel take adventures, basically I dont like being bored, I like to be spontaneous. I enjoy the heat, swimming, bike riding, camping, fishing and the rest. I hope to find someone that is over partying all weekend and wants to join in on having a fulfilled relationship. An honest, loyal, dependable, resilient, like minded person. No one that gets jealous easily an accepts me as I am an vice versa. Someone who likes a challenge an has a great sense of humour!
Laughter is the best medicine huh? Someone that loves listening to a wide range of music an dancing! Someone who can laugh at themselves an be serious when time is needed.
I love a good steak for dinner, going swimming,dancing, music, good company family time, a quiet night in, a passionate debate! Movies, trivia an a good chill night with great company where we can talk til the sun comes up.
Willing to try anything once except skydiving!! Lol after all we only live once!! Honest, prefer my age or younger. Caring and someone wanting to have a family one day. Must love animals as I have animals.
Has to be trustworthy and some one that loves to enjoy life as it happens. I love it when women take care of them themselves especially when the wear nice fashionable clothing. Cheerful and just simply lovely. Born in Sydney, raised in Chile. I work early morning as a cleaner. New to this so not too sure how or what to write.. I'm quiet and like to be honest about everything. Iam 28 years old, got a house and couple of vehicles.
Family man for sure. Would like to get married some day. Food, music, magic, cars, jet skiing, soccer, movies. I have recently started fitness and liking it a lot so far. I love quiet days on a Sunday for example. I do magic as well but as a hobby. Interested in woman just thought I'd put that out there. I also like flying planes and starting to take piano lessons soon. Always wanted to learn to play an instrument. For now I am just looking at some new friends.
Someone to chat with. They don't have to have the same interest. My Ideal partner will need to be honest and loyal. I will fill this out with more information later as I am undecided on this topic at this time and I have to make up 50 words and I am almost there.
I have lived in Brisbane now for 6 years and looking to make some new friends. I would like to start there anyway.
I like to get out and about as in driving and I try to go to Sydney at least twice a year. Don't mind the odd market. Honesty is most important to me as I hate it when people need to lie to get somewhere or something. I am a private person but I do like the V8 Supercars and try to go to at least one race a year. I am committed to my children they always come first and unfortunately to my work.
Relaxing with some TV and crochet helps get the day out of my head if that makes any sense. I am looking for someone that will love me for who I am and someone that will take me for me and will not hurt me or use me and will be there when I fall because I will be there when you will fall I will pick you up and be there when you are hurting.
I work in a Meat Works as a Slicer and I grew up in Warwick Qld and I am here to find someone to share my life with and I hope it is you so please hit me up and I am kind and caring man looking for love and I am not here just for sex I am here for a Relationship and maybe more. Ideally someone who likes doing mutually satisfying activities together with. In both the physical sense of merely taking a walk together or socially cultural context of going to an event together.
Yes, there is a lot to be miffed at and peeved at in this world, but do prefer some cheerfulness. Honesty is simply good. Open and engaging and creative. The simplicity of being nice. Mutual kindness as life can be hard enough. Work part time as a tutor at Sydney University. Am an ardent traveller but only go overseas every few years and there is always so much of Australia.
I like creative people and do prefer some domestic stability. An inner city boy because I like the village ambience. Am physically average, six foot, less hair than before and more weight than before. But still a fiend for doing long bush walks! Snorkelling at Clovelly in summer and bushwalking in winter is Sydney at its finest.
Actually love the concrete sides to Clovelly inlet so don't have to come home with sand all over me! Run a book club and a movie club to chat as the gestalt of people's opinion can be so enlightening. Go to the Symphony and see plays to keep the culture vulture part active.
Boring part of me collects modern Australian decimal coin currency. Food, thank you immigrants from around the world for making our eating experiences so enjoyable. My ideal partner should be someone who loves affection and who is very easy going stress free loyalty and honesty is a very important trait to me I want someone who just loves me for me I'm sick of people online thinking about just hooking up I don't want that I want someone to snuggle with and to enjoy life with I think everyone is entitled to that.
Landscaper very loyal person ,honest person who says how it is. I love fishing , quite nights snuggling up ,anything outdoors ,good company for movie nights ilove going to the beach,romantic activities.
More good open company just someone that you can chat easily and open about it, including baggage and all our life experiences. Personal assistant to my daughter, but love being dad. I know, I'm asking for too much ;- All I'm looking for is a partner with a kind personality, so simple!!!
Hi, I'm looking for a lady in her fifties or sixties to share life, love and affection. I'm fit and healthy with a positive outlook on life. I'm a decent individual, well capable to contribute towards a rewarding relationship.
I'm actively engaged in perusing several interests and I would like to share these with a compatible partner. I was born and educated in Europe but I have been living in Australia for many years. I'm easy going, can have a good lough, but also be serious when needed. Being retired the world is my oyster. I like spending time in nature, go walking or traveling in general. At the same time a cosy home is also important to me.
I enjoy good food and find satisfaction in a good conversation. I enjoy reading a good novel, listen to music and do things together with my partner. My interests are numerous, shall talk about them when we meet. Some one about my age. Not too high maitenance. Of course I want a good lover but then I think we all do. Has a sence of humour. Isn't a political or religious nut. I would like to think that I'm normal but not too ordinary.
I might not be the most hansom and I'm certainly not rich but I'm decent. I'm of average hight, am of European decent, average weight and have a reasonable body. I sing songs and sometimes even write some ditties. I go swimming in the summer. I'm a commuting and touring cyclist. I go camping and travelling. I've been involved in outdoor sports all of my life. My ideal partner would of course be female as I am a male she would also be quietly confident knowing why she is put on this earth also walking in love peace and righteousness doing good , she also would be matching my good looks and also be into fitness health and loving life to the max lol.
Hey about me well I'm healthy fit and active for starters, quietly confident Im happy just with keeping life simple and easy going, I believe in God and following the good path walking in truth and love, I also believe everything happens for a reason and that being part of the solution is key.
My interests in life are going to the gym, keeping fit, riding motorbikes, spending time with family and friends, helping others where I can, bringing hope to people that are lost, rising above the negative vibe to bring a good one and to not be shaken by the adversity lol. With insightful commentary from graffiti and street artists, curators and collectors, the Australian street art and graffiti scene is revealed.
The Eskimos and Innuit there's a difference of Northern Alaska live off some of the least prosperous land on earth. How do they do it? And even more pressingly, why?
The Eskimos and Innuit there's a difference of Northern Alaska live off some of the least prosperous land on Earth. Hector Ritchie and Jamie Thaiday formed the mountain bike team to promote health and fitness in the community. Rubeun has most recently performed on stage with production Metalhead in This episode looks at a 50,tonne Mega Lift Ship and its extraordinary technology which enables it to carry a 12, tonne oilrig on its back halfway around the world.
This episode uses stunning CGI animation to explode open a 50,ton Mega Lift Ship - the MV Treasure - to reveal the extraordinary technology that it depends on to carry a 12, tonne oilrig on its back halfway around the world. This colossal challenge falls to the MV Treasure - a metal monster longer than two American football pitches, and packing the power of 80 Hummers.
Boa Hoang used his family Vietnamese recipes to create a business with a modern take on the cuisine. Zach Goldbaum heads to Compton aka Bompton to meet Kendrick Lamar and the friends he grew up with, many of whom are Piru gang members. A first-hand look into the cultures and artists behind some of the world's most compelling music, with each episode focusing on a different global scene.
A Mum takes her son's place to welcome a grandchild she has only just found out about; and a Dad turns poet to help his panicking wife through the birth of a baby he never realised he wanted so much. Award winning story of the interaction between scientists and the Custodians of Indigenous heritage at Lake Mungo, one of the worlds richest archaeological sites. Apache sacred land has been handed over to a multinational mining company by the US government, but the San Carlos Apache are fighting to stop the transfer.
At the frontline of Indigenous resistance, Sarain Carson-Fox travels to Indigenous communities across the Americas to meet people protecting their homelands and rising up against colonisation. In this episode, Apache sacred land has been handed over to a multinational mining company by the US government, but the San Carlos Apache are fighting to stop the transfer.
Small Business Secrets shines a light on the small business owners and innovators playing a vital role in Australia's economic growth. St Louis has over 20 abandoned schools and no one to fill them. Away From Country captures the essence of Indigenous excellence on and off the sporting field and highlights the journeys of our Indigenous sportspeople. At 36 years old Scott Gardner is a rookie.
After years of trying, Scott has finally qualified for golf's prestigious PGA tour. In doing so, he becomes the first ever Indigenous Australian to make his mark on golf's biggest stage. This is a story of courage, determination and how never giving up on your dreams can really pay off. In this hour long Christmas special Noel has a new and extraordinarily challenging case to test his skills - Fievel is the adored young Labrador of Fiona and Dan.
His hips are so bad he needs a total hip replacement on both sides. But this is only the beginning. An in-depth look at fruit bats flying foxes by an Aboriginal Australian radio reporter.
The bats sleep during the day and are the only mammals to have truly mastered the art of flying. Director Jon Brewer lovingly defragments the history of not only blues music but also the plight of the people in America's deep south, bringing the story of blues to life through powerful interviews,. Thrill-seeking year-old Gareth finally settled down after meeting his match, year-old Jenny. Tragically, just 18 months into their relationship Gareth was diagnosed with a life limiting illness.
Thrill seeking 37 year old Gareth finally settled down after meeting his match, 32 year old Jenny. Tragically, just 18 months into their relationship Gareth was diagnosed with the life limiting illness Multiple Sclerosis. Now with the arrival of their first child, the pair must focus on their brand new adventure into parenthood. After battling the dangerous, loose rock of a massive volcano, the duo descend into a mysterious slot canyon where they source a meager dinner of undigested seeds from a pigeon carcass and test their luck with a grappling hook to escape the towering canyon walls.
Later, after a cringe-worthy breakfast of crickets, the duo makes a daring escape from a mountain peak using a paraglider. Along the way, Keri reveals her path to fame, her love of family, and the playful struggles of co-starring alongside her husband.
Richard Aoyade is joined by actor and comedian Matt Lucas for a frenetic 48 hours in the eternal city, Rome. Over a packed couple of days, the pair cram in culture, cuisine, history, hats and as many sights as they can see.
After picking up hats at Antica Maniffattura Capelli, Rome's oldest hat shops, they take a guided tour in the most time efficient and Italian way - in vintage Fiat cars. Filmed in Alyawarr Country, Eight Ladies is a moving revelation of womens' sense of relaxed oneness with their Country and of maintaining a lifestyle from the old days before white man came. An immersive look at youth in communities coping with suicide epidemics and the lack of access to clean water.
The documentary features Canadian PM Trudeau's exclusive visit to an isolated reserve. Rick McCrank connects with drivers and fans fighting to keep the legacy alive. Investigate why America is one of two countries in the world that doesn't guarantee paid parental leave.
Travel to Sweden and Papua New Guinea to see how the laws differ. Investigate why America is one of two countries in the world that does not guarantee paid parental leave. This series profiles some of our top contemporary artists.
Whether you're a fishing ace, an amateur angler or just love a bit of fishy fun, this series of the popular competitive fishing show, Get Your Fish On will have you hooked. Stonehenge is a 5, year-old mystery. The discovery of an ancient mass-grave is overturning all assumptions and suggesting that the iconic site began as a Neolithic graveyard.
The discovery of an ancient mass-grave at Stonehenge is overturning all of these assumptions and suggesting that this iconic site began as a Neolithic graveyard. Presented from an indigenous perspective this series will take its audience on an unforgettable journey along a timeline that dates as far back as 40, years ago through to The women are desperately dehydrated and separated, after an expedition party crossed the island to find a permanent camp - and got hopelessly lost while returning to the others.
With one group disorientated in the jungle, Abby, Fran and three others left behind in the temporary camp get hit by a torrential downpour. Tensions build, and their mental and physical strength is tested to the limit. While rival drug cartels warred in the streets and the country's murder rate climbed to highest in the world, the Colombian national soccer team set out to blaze a new image for their country.
What followed was a mysteriously rapid rise to glory, as the team catapulted out of decades of obscurity to become one of the best teams in the world. Central to this success were two men named Escobar: Wim Wender's Academy Award nominated musical journey through Cuba. Inspired by the colourful characters and extraordinary music of Ry Cooder and friends, and their sell-out concerts at Carnegie Hall. From acclaimed director Wim Wenders, comes this extraordinary documentary about a group of Cuban musicians known as 'los superablos' or, 'the super grandfathers'.
In , Ry Cooder gathered together some of the greatest names in the history of Cuban music to collaborate on what became the best selling album 'Buena Vista Social Club'. Inspired by these colourful characters and their extraordinary music, Wenders' film follows the musicians from Havana to Amsterdam and finally to Carnegie Hall in New York.
Find out how a retired police officer launched a successful business that is now flying high with Qantas. Stacey Dooley lifts the lid on the global war on drugs. Her journey takes her to Mexico - the world's largest producer of meth. Stacey Dooley returns with another hard-hitting series lifting the lid on the global war on drugs. Her journey takes her to Mexico - now the world's largest producer of meth - where she discovers that the battle among the cartels, police and vigilante groups is threatening the very fabric of the state.
She joins members of the army as they track down and destroy the meth super-labs that are appearing across the country. Stacey learns that as soon as one lab is dismantled, others replace it.
She also tracks down hit men and traffickers who work for the cartels and hears shocking stories of violence from the families of their victims. Althea Gibson, a truant from the rough streets of Harlem, emerged as a most unlikely queen of the highly segregated tennis world of the 's, no player overcame more obstacles to become a champion.
Richard Ayoade returns along with several carefully selected travelling companions to experience yet more of the most desirable weekends away in the world. Over a packed two days they'll tour the city twice, sample its finest sausages, cakes, wines and spirits, visit fairgrounds, cafes, sewers and the home of one of Vienna's most famous sons.
Sunny Megatron is a well known sex blogger, pleasure advocate and cyber celebrity and her new series is a frank, funny, sex positive documentary series about sex. Sex with Sunny Megatron is a frank, funny, sex positive documentary series about sex. Sunny Megatron is a well known sex blogger, pleasure advocate and cyber celebrity. She brings a fresh and lively approach to controversial topics, making the taboo seem mainstream and the freakish commonplace.
This is a ground breaking series that shows more than it tells; guaranteed to shock, entertain and inform in equal measures. Sex with Sunny Megatron is a frank, funny, sex positive and very explicit documentary series about sex. Sunny Megatron is a well-known sex blogger, pleasure advocate and cyber celebrity.
Bear Grylls stars in this six-part series in which he takes eight unsuspecting participants into the depths of one of the most unforgiving Central American rainforests. Adventurer Bear Grylls takes eight unsuspecting participants into the depths of one of the most unforgiving Central American rainforests in this new six-part series. There they will compete in an epic day survival mission in which they will be pushed to their physical and emotional limits. The group will face a range of tough tasks and Bear, with the help of survival expert Megan Hine and former commando Scott Heffield, will eliminate one of them after each challenge, leaving three in the final.
Iecia and Antonio live together, but Iecia has issues with Antonio's penis size. She feels he's overconfident, and she'd like more romance in their sex life. Ryan and Amy are married with a year-old daughter. They had a lot of wild sex when they first met. Ryan was in a bad marriage for 11 years before getting together with Amy. Tom and Alison have two kids, and met on a hilarious double date set up by Allison's friend.
Tom wants sex all the time, and Allison cares more about her dogs. Milene Larsson travels to Russia ahead of the Sochi Winter Olympics to investigate the effects of the country's state-sanctioned homophobia.
Shane Smith travels to Fallujah, Iraq to investigate a rise in birth defects. Thomas Morton meets a gun-crazy pastor who teaches his young students gun drills and tactics to disarm attackers. Shane Smith travels to Fallujah, Iraq, where a rise in birth defects has been linked to the American military's suspected use of depleted-uranium munitions during the war.
Pop icon Katy Perry talks about reconciling her fame with her true self, Kathryn Hudson, and how that has affected her life and music. Richard Hammond reveals the super-powers that animals have evolved in the natural world and how they can outshine the best that modern science and engineering has to offer. How do rattlesnakes use a sixth sense to see beyond the visible world? How can a flamingo live in a caustic lake that would dissolve human flesh?
How has the shell of a mollusc inspired the toughest bullet-proof material known to man? In this series Richard Hammond reveals the super-powers that animals have evolved in the natural world and how they can outshine the best that modern science and engineering has to offer. Spectacular experiments bring Richard comes face-to-face with the animals and their extraordinary abilities, and stunning demonstrations reveal the underlying scientific principles of evolution. Richard Hammond continues his exploration of weird and wonderful animal abilities by focusing on super-senses, and discovers how those same animal senses have inspired some unlikely human inventions.
Richard gets buried in a Californian gold mine, attempts to talk to a rattlesnake by telephone, and is taken for a ride by a monster truck that drives itself. Along the way, he encounters elephants who can talk to each other through solid rock; seals who use their whiskers to sense the shape, size, speed and direction of an object that passed over thirty seconds earlier; and a blind cyclist who relies on fruit bats to get him safely down a twisting mountain bike trail.
This series follows the injustice Indigenous Australians face with cold case victims. David Hudson's life reflects his love and belief in Aboriginal culture. Hold onto your iconic hats as the Mythbusters put the legendary Indiana Jones and his hijinks to the test.
This episode of Mythbusters is an 80s archaeological adventure romp. Adam and Jamie, well mostly Adam, love Indiana Jones. When Indy steps on those pressure pads would he really have escaped unscathed by just running for it? Can you really disarm a gun-toting adversary with one crack?
Julie grew up in Baradine, Sydney and Kenebri with her paternal family. Helen looks at the "Devise for Succession", written in Edward's own hand, containing two words that sealed Jane's fate. She also talks to experts about two new letters, first discovered in A large refrigeration lorry is stopped at Toddington Services North full of migrants that have been trafficked to the UK.
The Lorry driver is under arrest and comes to Luton. The fifteen migrants are taken to three different stations because of capacity - five at Luton, five at Stevenage, and five at Kempston.
A month later a member of the public alerts the police of possible illegal immigrants on the roadside near Toddington Services. A response team picks up three men and takes them to custody. Seventy-five-year-old Gerry's rushed to emergency with a dangerously high heart rate of over bpm.
Doctors aren't able to slow his heart rate down with drugs - their only option is electric shock. Seventy-five-year-old Gerry is rushed to emergency with a dangerously high heart rate of over bpm. Richard is joined by comedy actor Stephen Mangan for a weekend in the Moroccan city. Richard is joined by comedy actor Stephen Mangan for a weekend in the Moroccan city of marrakech.
They sample a local delicacy, take a hot-air balloon flight over the Atlas Mountains, watch a traditional story-telling performance, visit historic Saadian tombs and Marrakech's ancient tanneries, then head to the desert for a camel ride. In , a team of Aboriginal people from various regions of WA united in an attempt to swim into the history books and become the first 'All Aboriginal' relay team to compete in the Rottnest Channel. Kevin Abstract wants to be a pop star. Along with his self-proclaimed boy band, Brockhampton, he is on a mission to translate his faithful online following into real world success.
Along with his self-proclaimed boy band 'Brockhampton' he is on a mission to translate his faithful online following into real world success. In the first episode, Kevin Abstract embarks on his first headlining tour across the U. Tattoo artist and activist Grace Neutral explores global tattoo scenes. In this episode, she heads to South Korea to see how younger generations are challenging traditional views around body image. From the country's underground tattoo scene to the mainstream influences of K-Pop, gang culture and plastic surgery, Grace explores how younger generations are challenging traditional views around body image in South Korea.
As Cuba and America embark on a seismic shift in relations, Cuban ballplayers are caught in the middle, forced to wait on diplomacy or risk their lives for their chance at the Majors. As Cuba and America embark on a seismic shift in relations, Cuban ballplayers are caught in the middle - forced to wait on diplomacy or risk their lives for their chance at the Majors. In Mexico City, familiar subcultures like punk and emo transform into warring urban tribes.
Hailey goes to all corners of the city to find out why these unique identities have taken hold. Matthew Evans discovers the shocking truth about Australia's seafood and reveals what we should be eating and why. It also launches a campaign around seafood labelling that will enable all Australians to make better choices when it comes to buying and consuming seafood. Not everyone knows that when we order flake and chips, we are actually eating shark.
The problem is no one knows what species it is, so we could be eating an endangered species on a Friday night without knowing it. Matthew decides that until we get better seafood labelling we should swap out flake for other more sustainable alternatives. Tony travels to Eden Valley to explore the remains of a million year old tropical sea.
Tony travels to the Eden Valley where he explores the remains of a million year old tropical sea. He marvels at the magnificent engineering feat of the Smardale Gill viaduct, tries his hand at making Cumbria's most celebrated food and hitches a ride in a classic coach that provides a vital transport link to rural communities.
Tony investigates the 21st century technology driving a traditional dairy farm and gets a master class in working with border collies. More than simply a game of touch rugby for young Indigenous people, Nunga Touch is also an Indigenous educational and sports program embodying: Two Elders from Moa Island talking about their upbringing when they were young and sharing their fond memories that is close to their hearts and Island life.
Stand by for some ballistic backyard bedlam and a gruesome glass guillotine in an episode devoted to accidental ammo. First up, the guys start with a bang. Stand by for some ballistic backyard bedlam and a gruesome glass guillotine in an episode devoted to accidental ammo!
In 'Lawnmower Bullet', Adam and Jamie find out whether a stone shot from a mower can have the same power as a bullet shot from a. Meanwhile, 'Glass Guillotine' is another gruesome story about a pane of glass falling from a construction site and cutting an innocent bystander completely in half from head to toe.
In the Djapu homeland of Wandawuy 13 year old Mawirrirr Munungurr has come of age and his initiation journey into his clan has begun.
Singer-songwriter Delta Goodrem has searched for the creative connection in her ancestry - some link that would explain her own abilities. Her infectious curiosity is rewarded by the intricate adventures of her great grandmother, an enigmatic woman whose life took some unexpected twists and turns.
As family secrets are revealed, Delta unveils her spirited great grandmother's passions in marvellous Melbourne. Gadget Man is back for another series and Richard Ayoade still isn't finding life any easier.
In tonight's episode, Richard takes on the worst of the British weather. In this episode, Richard takes on the worst of the British weather.
With the help of pun king Tim Vine he braves a hurricane in a wind tunnel to assess the best in gust busting gadgetry and to help him pressure test the finest cold weather technology Richard is joined in the wilds of the Hemel Hempstead Snow Centre by comedian Marcus Brigstocke, culminating in some hilarious results.
Founded in the s as a Fundamentalist Mormon community, Centennial Park is a town where everyone shares a religion and a polygamous lifestyle. Today, there are less than 1, people in town.
Today, there are less than 1, men, women and children building a town for themselves and their future families. Here, marriages aren't performed until girls reach 18, and marriages are determined by divine inspiration.
A world largely unknown and unseen to the general public, for the first time, the people of Centennial Park have allowed cameras unprecedented access to their rites, rituals and lives. In Centennial Park, preparations are being made for a New Year's celebration. But, for the Fundamentalist Mormons of Centennial Park, there will be no wild dancing.
Instead, the community will hold a Victorian-era themed dance. The dance is a way to celebrate the New Year as a community. It's also a chance for the younger generations to learn the traditional ways and social graces of their elders.
Charismatic hosts Howard Morrison Jnr and Matua Parkinson take viewers into the heartland of NZ with salt-of-the-earth characters who are passionate about hunting in the stunning outdoors of Aotearoa. Bear takes Lena on the ride of her life as they parameter deep into the wilderness.
Bear initially takes Lena on the ride of her life as they parameter deep into remote Spanish wilderness. Travelling on foot, they traverse a towering, razor-thin ridge before an unexpected dead-end forces a harrowing rappel.
After securing a dinner of bone marrow from a goat carcass, the two must cross a lake using a make-shift raft as an unexpected storm wreaks havoc. As they battle the elements, Lena grants us exclusive details of life on Game of Thrones, her rise to stardom, and her successful battle with depression. Seasoned photographer Richard Kern travels around the globe to interview and shoot hundreds of women in their homes and apartments, capturing them even during their most intimate moments.
Seasoned photographer Richard Kern, best known for his images of scantily-clad, amateur models, travels around the globe to interview and shoot hundreds of women in their homes and apartments, capturing them even during their most intimate moments, including everything from brushing their teeth topless to lying naked in bed. Michael Mosley teams up with Olympic athletes to test which types of exercise give you the strongest bones.
Geneticist Dr Giles Yeo investigates how to stay healthy if your body clock is out of sync. Geneticist Dr Giles Yeo investigates how to stay healthy if your body clock is out of sync with your work day. GP Dr Zoe Williams looks into which health advice on the internet you can trust. And surgeon Gabriel Weston carries out an experiment to discover if cleaning our homes with antibacterial products could be responsible for the rise in allergies and asthma.
He's sent for a CT scan, which reveals fractured ribs and a collapsed lung. He can't bear the pain and needs more treatment. When Jody, 29 and Chris, 32, arrive at the Women's Hospital, Jody will be giving birth for the first time. It's a day they thought would never come. But one last try at IVF had surprising results. Protecting Manuwangku documents the struggle against ongoing attempts to build a nuclear waste dump on Aboriginal Land in Muckaty in the Northern Territory.
Filmed through the lead up to a major rally in Tenant Creek, the film highlights the determination of Warlmanpa and Marumungu people to defend their land and culture and to keep Manuwangku nuclear free. Korraiyn explores the unique style and connection to country of Indigenous surfers.
It also reveals how for Australia's saltwater people surfing is more that just wave riding. Popular radio and television presenter Amanda Keller discovers her bloodline has survived against all odds, as she learns an ancestor faced hell on earth in Australia's most brutal prison.
Popular radio and television presenter Amanda Keller discovers her bloodline has survived against all odds. John loves VICE World of Sports for the deeply personal stories of the people and communities for whom sport is much more than just a game.
Tattoo Age is a new series that takes an inside look at the craft of tattooing through a series of profiles on some of the most interesting and sought-after artists in the world. Red-crowned cranes perform their mating dances on the southern Island of Hokkaido where foxes scavenge sika deer, while the sea is filled with millions of salmon, pollock and herrings.
The forests abound with food, but the tiger population is growing so fast that rangers supply extra feed to their prey. The balance of life here remains delicate. The riches are not guaranteed - and can vanish at any moment. Billy Thompson is now 64, he was born in in the town of Geraldton. Billy now lives in Beverley a small town kms east of Perth. He volunteered for the army in at the height of Vietnam.
Adam tells of his parent's mixed marriage, his Father a Portugese-Indian and his Mother coming from Broome, and of life working on the family banana plantation. To test two tall tales of daredevil drifting, Adam and Jamie become the fast and the curious. They want to find out if drifting is actually quicker or just slicker? With the pedal firmly to the metal and their tyres sliding and smoking, they tackle a couple of myths from the world of street racing.
In 'Drift Turn', they find out if drifting is actually quicker or just slicker? Is it merely for show or is there some advantage to power sliding through corners? First up they get lessons from one of the best in the business, Formula Drift driver Conrad Grunewald, before deconstructing the drift and then finally facing off in the mother of all race-offs. Then, in 'Parallel Park Powerslide', they want to know if the perfect Hollywood degree-slide into a parking spot is at all possible.
In the heart of Western Australia's spinifex country, rangers from Australia's ten deserts meet to share their experiences and discuss threats facing their lands. Robson ventures to Australia's Northern Territory to discover how people survive and thrive among its wildlife and wilderness.
He'll start at the tropical Top End and the waters of Darwin harbour. Robson will help capture these deadly reptiles to keep the population in check.
Further south, in the town of Katherine, everyone seems to own a horse - and Robson tracks down a man whose horse-whispering skills are legendary.
As day broke on December 27, , cries of horror cut through the early morning mist. Wildlife legend Dian Fossey was found dead in her cabin on an isolated mountainside in Rwanda. Wildlife legend Dian Fossey was found dead in her cabin on an isolated mountainside in Rwanda, the victim of a brutal machete attack. The world-famous icon fought to save mountain gorillas from extinction, but made dangerous enemies who may have taken her life. After Dian Fossey's favourite gorilla, Digit, is slaughtered and her health begins to fail, Sir David Attenborough travels to Rwanda to film the gorillas.
However, due to battles with the Rwandan government, Fossey is forced to return to the United States. During this period Fossey writes Gorillas in the Mist and becomes a global celebrity. After resigning from Congress amid a sexting scandal, Anthony Weiner sets out to make a comeback in a campaign for mayor of New York City.
Yet his ambitions get derailed when a new scandal erupts. Yet, as chronicled in this incisive documentary, his ambitions get derailed when a new scandal erupts. Overcrowded and underfunded, Luzira is home to Uganda's only maximum-security prison - but also an elaborate soccer league, one that challenges the culture of imprisonment. Stirling is locked away in Hitler's most secure prison: Leadership of the SAS passes to Paddy Mayne, a man who has built his reputation on the battlefield as a warrior of the first rank.
Leadership of the SAS passes to Paddy Mayne, a man who has built his reputation on the battlefield as a warrior of the first rank - but, unlike Stirling, Mayne has no interest in charming high command. In , the SAS leaves the desert for Europe, to enter a darker and far more complex theatre of war - led by a man who is often drunk and disorderly and prone to acts of savagery.
They will face the terror of execution and the trauma of civilian casualties. And they will be the first to witness the nightmare of Belsen concentration camp. Did Marco Polo, the most illustrious traveller in history, ever really go to China? To this day doubt lingers as to whether his book is a genuine account of China's Middle Kingdom. To this day doubt lingers as to whether his book is a genuine personal account of China's Middle Kingdom.
Michael Portillo explores the fascinating history of Belfast's Victorian docks, discovers the Irish spade making traditions untouched for over years, and takes a walk on the wild side.
She is a great advocate for providing opportunities for young Indigenous people. Adam and Jamie take aim at Hollywood's infallible hit men and their seemingly supernatural ability to take down a target. First up, 'Shooting Blind'. Adam and Jamie want to know if interior walls provide any protection and if it's possible to track an unseen target.
Next comes 'Hand in Fire' where the guys test a scene from the epic gun-toting movie that is Shoot 'em Up. Can you really set off handheld bullets by thrusting your hand into a fire?
Deaf since birth, Gutinarra's first language is Yolnu Sign Language, a language commonly known and widely used among the Yolnu community. Michael Portillo's Edwardian railway guide takes him to the city of Liverpool, where King Edward VII had recently laid the foundation stone for a grand Anglican cathedral. The young winner of a competition to design the building was a Roman Catholic from a family of architects. His name was Giles Gilbert Scott. Academy Award winner Alex Gibney turns his gaze to Scientology in a provocative documentary based on the book by Pulitzer Prize winner Lawrence Wright - a tale of ego, exploitation and lust for power.
Academy Award-winner Alex Gibney turns his gaze to Scientology in this provocative documentary based on the book by Pulitzer Prize winner Lawrence Wright - a tale of ego, exploitation and lust for power. Gibney profiles eight former members of the Church of Scientology, whose most prominent adherents include A-list Hollywood celebrities, shining a light on how the church cultivates true believers, including their experiences and what they are willing to do in the name of religion.
Fearless and fascinating, this latest cinematic opus is a powerful exploration of the psychological impact of blind faith: Researcher Wayne McGuire was found guilty of Dian Fossey's murder after an unskilled investigation by the Rwandan police provided few clues to the mystery. McGuire fled the country before he could be arrested. At the murder trial a death sentence was passed on Wayne McGuire. He has lived with the consequences of his conviction ever since. Did he really kill her or has he been the victim of a year injustice?
If not him, then who? Host, Alison Severs travels to a ravaged town in Siberia to meet young addicts hooked on a recent iteration of dope. The new drug is called Krokodil.
Host Alison Severs travels to a ravaged town in Siberia to meet young addicts hooked on a recent iteration of dope. The fatal shooting of Michael Brown in the summer of sparked a series of protests in Ferguson, Missouri which quickly spread across the country. Thomas Morton goes to Ferguson. Thomas Morton goes to Ferguson at the height of the protests to get an in-depth look at the situation on the ground.
In a city ruled by religion, a taxidermist, a pro skier, a faltering Mormon, and a teenage punk live in the shadows of counter culture. Their financial choices impact the culture shift of the town. In a city ruled by religion, a taxidermist, a pro skier, a faltering Mormon and a teenage punk live in the shadows of counter culture. These four people's financial choices impact the culture shift of Salt Lake City. An Iranian couple who recently moved to Liverpool are lost in translation during labour, a football-mad dad channels his supporting on the terraces techniques to overcome his own squeamishness.
An Iranian couple who recently moved to Liverpool are lost in translation during labour, a football mad dad channels his supporting on the terraces techniques to overcome his own squeamishness, and a devoted husband who never leaves his wife's side is in danger of missing the birth.
The moving story of a middle-aged Indigenous wrestler who must face up to strong emotions as he relives the traumatic death of his mother and their troubled history together. Fighter - The moving story of a middle aged Indigenous wrestler who must face up to strong emotions as he relives the traumatic death of his mother and their troubled history together. Former model Hailey Gates explores global fashion and issues the industry often ignores, showing us what the world wears and why.
In this episode, Hailey goes to Congo. Despite western views of the Congo, the capital city Kinshasa is a runway for its citizens. But among myriad social issues, is fashion a means for progress, or just a distraction? Angela Rule is a rising Indigenous Australian singer and songwriter whose spectacular talent has been fuelled by her family of eight sisters and the tragic passing of their beloved father. Angela's Rules - Angela Rule is a rising Indigenous Australian singer and songwriter whose spectacular talent has been fuelled by her family of eight sisters and the tragic passing of their beloved father.
From self-driving cars to Siri, a race is on to build more powerful Artificial Intelligence. But some warn we could be programming our own extinction. Michael explores the fascinating history of Belfast's Victorian docks, discovers the Irish spade making traditions untouched for over years, and takes a walk on the wild side.
Witness a special family embrace three new young musical members as they sing a path through grief and into healing together. Amazing dancer and choreographer, Sani Ray Townson had a passion for creative storytelling from a young age and decided to do something about it. Stunning CGI explodes these machines apart to uncover the extraordinary inventions hidden under their skin that enables those who drive, fly and sail them to be at the top of their game.
Ground breaking CGI animation explodes the machines apart to uncover the extraordinary inventions hidden under their skin that enables the teams who drive, fly and sail them to be at the top of their game. Artist Lavinia Ketchell draws inspiration from the volcanic origins of her Island home in the creation of her ceramic sculptures.
Chris Tarrant travels to Morocco to explore the vast railway network built in the French colonial era to connect the country with France's other African Colonies. After travelling the length of the country from West to East, Chris heads for the desert. This gripping documentary tells the story of how detectives solved a truly vicious murder - from the first call to the crime scene, through to the convictions of the killers.
Cameras follow lead detective Paul Withers and his team as the case unfolds. They unravel lies told by Williams and discovered her accomplice, Katrina Walsh, who claims to have no memory of the crime.
The pair hatched an month-long plan to kill Sadie. In July , Glen Turner, a compliance officer with the Office of Environment and Heritage, was shot four times by a farmer and died on the side of an isolated public road in NSW, 40 kms from Moree.
Cultivating Murder tells the story of what happened and follows the murder trial to discover why it happened. It is an unusual murder case.
The circumstances of the shooting are shocking and perplexing. Richard applies his time-efficient mantra on a minibreak in Copenhagen. He's joined by Noel Fielding for 48 hours in the style-conscious Danish capital. Cycling is big in Copenhagen, so they join a bike tour to get their bearings and see as many sights as possible without wasting time to dismount.
Together they dine on open sandwiches and stop for Danish pastries at the city's oldest bakery. This beautifully photographed portrait of the life of Aboriginal cattle men in the Northern Territory was filmed at Robinson River Station in The quicksand scene was popularised by classic Hollywood cinema but has since lost its relevance in modern movies.
Now, a group of filmmakers are reviving it for a new audience. Explore life at the Liverpool Women's Hospital through the eyes of its only male midwife, former navy trauma medic Chris.
His upbringing in a strong female household has made him eager to be the ultimate birthing partner for girlfriend, Sophie. But following life-threatening complications during the birth of their first child, can Kiefer hold it together this time? The story of sustainability and science through two parallel narrative arcs: The endangered Sandalwood species in the deserts of Western Australia and the sustainability of the French perfume industry. From Australia Documentary Class.
Like a real life Priscilla, Starlady takes us on a Queen of the Desert trip to Areyonga, an Indigenous community in Central Australia, where she'll work with a group of curious and cheeky young people. Not only has she got pink extensions, painted on eyebrows, glitter stockings and superman hotpants. Her tools are unique - scissors, bleach and hair colour.
Canada's largest Urban Rez takes back the streets, battling the intergenerational effect of residential schools, poverty, high crime and violence directed at girls and women. In this episode, Canada's largest Urban Rez takes back the streets, battling the intergenerational effect of residential schools, poverty, high crime and violence directed at girls and women.
VICE visits Chicago's most dangerous areas where the police are fighting a losing battle against gang violence. VICE then travels to Africa's oil-producing region to meet with oil thieves.
To see why the Windy City, now dubbed 'Chiraq', had the country's highest homicide rate in , VICE visits Chicago's most dangerous areas where handguns are plentiful and the police and community leaders are fighting a losing battle against gang violence. VICE then travels to Africa's oil-producing region to meet with oil thieves who refine and sell oil in West Africa, and follows one farmer's attempt to sue a foreign oil company for poisoning his family's land.
NBA superstar, Australian captain and proud Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, Patty Mills shares his story and gives us an insight into what life is like playing for one of the world's most successful sporting teams, the San Antonio Spurs.
The first documentary to explore the role of photography in shaping the identity, aspirations, and social emergence of African Americans from slavery to the present,.
Despite its fame and distinctive features, this monument hides many secrets related to its conception... I will be returning to the coast one day as Canberra is a great place it only misses a coastline and beach. More tatts the better in my book. The summer of when Garnet Walch playwright extraordinaire and Marcus Clarke penned their respective pantomimes in Melbourne. I have the feeling that the Also love good wine. All the best, the DM Team. I like to travel.