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Having been a large fan of ‘Sharkwater’, when asked to review Rob Stewart’s new documentary ‘Revolution’ I jumped at the opportunity and thankfully was far from disappointed.
Watch the world's best storytellers come together to tell the most important story of our time in a collection of short documentaries, Years of Living Dangerously.
Former big-city chef and food critic, Matthew Evans, swaps his laptop for a shovel in the TV series, Gourmet Farmer.
The film Tracks strips life to the bare essentials, leaving the clutter of civilisation behind, and reminds us of what is truly important with heartbreaking clarity.
Sister Loyola’s insights into life, gardening, history and religion are artfully woven through this film.
A film that looks inside a very ingenious industry.
Chef Toby Puttock and wine writer Matt Skinner challenge themselves to create flavoursome dishes accompanied by delicious wines while travelling through Asia and Europe.
Indigenous Australians were once 'rich', but now they are fighting for survival because of another culture, and their basic human rights are being violated.
An important question - if corporations have the same legal status as a living human, what kind of person would it be?
The high-energy, young, intrepid presenters explore some of the world’s greatest natural wonders and some
man-made ones too, explaining why they are under pressure from global warming, population increase and commercial activities.