Wonders of the Great Barrier Reef
Wonders of the Great Barrier Reef, a 2018 science documentary hosted by Welsh nature observer Iolo Williams showcasing the amazing Great Barrier Reef.
The Sky at Night, Outback Astronomy
Author and professor of Astrophysics Chris Lintott investigates the exploration of the cosmic dawn being conducted in the heart of the Australian Outback in this short 2018 documentary as part of the series "The Sky at Night".
Only the Dead
Only the Dead, a 2015 biographical war documentary following the experiences of Australian journalist Michael Ware beginning from his time as a rookie correspondent in the early days of the Iraq war. The film captures the horrific violence Michael witnessed while reporting from the epic[...]
John returns to his homeland in Australia to make a film about the Aboriginal Australians who are the oldest living culture in the world. The Aboriginals inhabited Australia for thousands of years in a Utopia, which has slowly been crushed since the arrival of colonists from Euro[...]
Sydney Opera House
A documentary about the Sydney Opera House presented by radio host and Top Gear co presenter Richard Hammond. His series, Engineering Connections which was originally broadcast on National Geographic in 2009 looks into how engineers have used innovative techniques and inspirations from nature and sc[...]
Koalas: Slow Life In The Fast Lane
A Koala documentary presented by Shane Jacobson. The Koala is a one of the most famous animals in the world and is native to Australia living for the most part on the South Eastern coast near to New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland. It’s a really easily recognisable animal with a larg[...]
Tarantula: Australias King of Spiders
Tarantula documentary. The Tarantula is a large and hairy arachnid which is a part of the Theraphosidae spider family. This one of the most varied species on the planet since there are 900 known variants of it with scientists predicting more to be out there, somewhere. Contrary to common belief most[...]
Wild Australia with Ray Mears: Wetlands
Wild Australia with Ray Mears: Wetlands – episode 2. Australia is a wonderfully diverse and expansive landscape giving home to some of the most amazing creatures on Earth. In this episode Ray heads over to the countries wetlands which are located in the Northern Territory, one of the most[...]
Life on the Reef: Summer
Life on the Reef, the epic three part documentary series presented by Rupert Ried following life living on some of the most amazing reef habitats in the world, from the Torres Straight to the great barrier reef. This episode looks at life on the great barrier reef during the summer; a tran[...]
Ray Mears - Australia: The Red Center
In this edition of Ray Mears Extreme Survival we visit The Red Centre of Australia which is close to Ayer’s Rock, Alias Ulura. To explore this extremely deadly but beautiful environment Ray joins the Pitjantjatjara, an aboriginal tribe consisting of more than 3500 people and occupying an area[...]
The Story of AC/DC: Dirty Deeds
If you were to think of a band that was synonymous with rock and roll it would probably be AC / DC, the no nonsense, straight to the point band that came out of a small fan base in Australia and took on the world. This success exploded during 1980’s and made AC/DC one of the most successful ac[...]
Great Barrier Reef With David Attenborough
The First episode in the series, The Great Barrier Reef with David Attenborough. Back in 1957 David made his first trip to this natural wonder of the world which is considered by many to be the most beautiful of them all. The scale is grand and when he saw it he thought that it would probably l[...]
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