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Wilf was only 14-years-old when he was put in charge of a ten-horse team of Australian Draft horses to work the family farm. He not only rose to the challenge, but also began a life-long love affair with a breed renowned for its endurance and hardiness.
Captured on the canvas will be former Justice of the High Court, Michael Kirby and legendary horse trainer Gai Waterhouse.
Paul and Amy Wilkinson build a lakeside home in Lincolnshire made up of five circular timber buildings. But Paul's health suffers as he struggles to get this complicated build finished in just 12 months.
Are You Tougher than Your Ancestors? is a fun and immersive living history series that pits the skills of today’s kids against the exploits of children from Australia’s past to find out how they measure up!
Foreign Correspondent’s Sally Sara looks at how what began as a hashtag has transformed into a global force pushing for justice and equality for black people.
Critics say the Chinese Communist Party is using AI as an instrument of authoritarian control.
Craig Reucassel shows Julia around Bowral in the Southern Highlands of NSW before driving up to inner-city Sydney to reconnect with the places that helped create The Chaser and shape the hypocrisy hunter feared by politicians everywhere.
Eight brand-new Rosehaven episodes will take viewers inside the high stakes world of the regional property biz, with drama and intrigue that includes the arrival of competition for McCallum Real Estate.
Hidden in our oceans and unknown to most humans are great rivers of seawater called ocean currents.
This heart-warming observational documentary is about history, learning, love and resistance.
Join Heather Ewart as she travels across the mighty Nullarbor Plain and discovers why people are drawn to this remote landscape – and why they stay.
On Monday Four Corners takes you into their world, where they face extraordinary scientific hurdles as well as extreme moral and ethical dilemmas.
Foreign Correspondent reporter Andy Park visits this tiny Caribbean nation during its peak party season, the riotous festival of Carnival.
Julia joins maverick Senator Jacqui Lambie as reveals the series of setbacks and obstacles she overcame to take her place holding the balance of power in Canberra.
Up North, Miriam is well outside her comfort zone, with the heat, flies and remoteness getting her down. But the beauty of the Territory more than makes up for it.
THE CEO of streaming service STAN steps up to lead the company forward Nine Entertainment has today announced Mike Sneesby as its new CEO, replacing...
Peter Stormare challenges the history of the United States as he sets out on a journey to solve the mystery of the Kensington Runestone - a Viking artefact found in the US.
The latest hit season sees new host, quick-witted comedian Matt Lucas join esteemed judges, UK’s leading artisan baker Paul Hollywood, restauranteur and food writer Prue Leith, the utterly hilarious comedian Noel Fielding as his co-host and the all-important twelve amateur bakers.