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Welcome to sun-soaked Kangaroo Beach, summer home to best friends Pounce, Frizzy, Neville and Gemma, four super-keen cadets training to be junior lifeguards.
In this episode George meets an engaged couple in Manchester who discovered a hidden basement in their new home.
Over ten episodes Anh invites a fresh line-up of extraordinary Aussies to join him in his studio as he combines his artistic skills with his passion for conversation, stripping back the layers of his guests’ life while capturing them on canvas.
Retrograde follows the topsy turvy life of Gemma and her close friends as they navigate the pandemic, partners and the new parameters of their lives, all from the safety of their very own virtual bar.
It’s a time of change in Rosehaven and while Daniel seems to be managing it best, it might be Emma, despite her playful misadventures, who offers the most grown up advice.
A saucy Q+A this week: Politics, political memoirs and problem drinking.
An unflinching examination of America’s pervasive gun culture in South Side, Chicago
In this powerful Four Corners, a portrait of a proud community emerges and they have a message for Australia.
Nina and Alis are among an estimated 4000 Timorese children who were ‘stolen’ from their homeland after Indonesia occupied Timor-Leste in 1975.
Scott Farquhar is the co-founder and co-CEO of software giant Atlassian and sits near the very top of Australia’s rich list.
From the adventurous animation series Little J & Big Cuz to bespoke interstitials provided by the Melbourne Indigenous Transition School, there is something for Aussie kids of all ages across the ABC.
Erik Thomson (Packed to the Rafters, The Luminaries), stars as Easton West, an internationally renowned yet volatile celebrity chef whose spectacular fall from grace sees him return to his home town in the Adelaide Hills
claims of sexual harassment have rocked the High Court, youth unemployment is skyrocketing and all this against a backdrop of a COVID spike in Victoria.
Reporter Lisa Millar presents a profile of a country debating the value of human life as the death toll mounts.
And they wanted to do it in 9 months, for just £150,000, almost entirely on their own without the help of a designer or an architect. It is ambition bordering on wild optimism.
Biloela, known by locals as ‘Bilo’, is a place where people look out for one another and a hard work ethic trumps ethnicity, nationality or religion.
The program details the battle to keep the airline going, examining why it was vulnerable in the first place and what was driving the refusal of the federal government to step in and directly support Virgin.
They discuss the background of My Brilliant Career, which saw her become the first woman to direct a feature film in Australia in 50 years.
The team behind the foodie-travel program have scored a significant win
Sky News Australia's team of news-breakers and opinion makers are returning from tonight with new and exclusive national affairs programs.
The RHOM star is gone...with more to come this week. Everyone must go!