Friday 1st September

Buffy Sainte-Marie

1:30PM Documentary G

Buffy lights up the screen as this documentary offers privileged access to her life backstage, on reserves and at her home in Hawaii and mixes current performance footage with archival film.

Commando School

1:45PM Documentary M

Quick Fire - The raw recruits take the next step on their training and there are challenging new lessons at every turn.

The raw recruits take the next step on their training and there are challenging new lessons at every turn. If they can make it through the next three weeks, their families will get invited down to witness their progress and they'll get to go home for the first time since training began. As the training intensifies, 18-year-old Callum Bond tries to face up to a bewildering array of challenges in an effort to transform himself from boy to soldier. At the other end of the age spectrum, 31-year-old Magnus Frykman struggles to remain on top of training while missing his family, leaving his chance of a weekend at home in the balance.

Cold Justice

2:00PM Documentary PG

Walkley Award nominee Allan Clarke looks into the injustice many Indigenous Australians face when it comes to unsolved homicides.

Walkley Award nominee Allan Clarke looks into the injustice many Indigenous Australians face when it comes to unsolved homicides. The first case he investigates is the 1988 death of Aboriginal teenager Mark Haines, who was found dead on railway tracks in Tamworth, NSW.

Desperate Measures

2:30PM Documentary PG

Glen Ellis grew up in Mungindi been a farmer most his life; he's the manager of Glanville station providing training, cultural awareness and job opportunities to local youth in town.

Rivals: Aussie Rules

2:35PM Documentary PG

Australia plays football one way: their way. And the most heated rivalry in the country's most cherished game is marked by broken jaws, foul mouths and phallic tattoos.

Rivals gets on the field and into the ring through a series of compelling stories at the fringe of culture and politics, across a range of places and people through the one lens that connects them all: sport. Australia plays football one way: their way. And the most heated rivalry in the country's most cherished game is marked by broken jaws, foul mouths and phallic tattoos.

Desperate Measures

2:45PM Documentary G

Kerry Reed-Gilbert a Wiradjuri woman takes us on a journey as she talks about her father Kevin's triumphs and struggles and the political views that helped to address Indigenous inequality.

Business Of Life

4:05PM Documentary G

James Fuentes, Lindsay Pollack and Ron English discuss the money behind the market: what it takes to be an artist, a patron, and an admirer in today's rapidly shifting art world.

James Fuentes, Lindsay Pollack and Ron English discuss the money behind the art market: what it takes to be an artist, a patron, and an admirer in today's rapidly shifting art world.

Tangaroa With Pio

5:00PM Documentary G

Pio is back with fresh new ocean adventures in this fun and bilingual fishing programme that explores the oceans around the coastal communities of Aotearoa.

Unearthed

6:00PM Documentary PG

Hayden Jude is a young man living in Alice Springs. He is a very talented freestyle BMX rider who dreams of making it professionally.

Unearthed

6:15PM Documentary G

Corey Webster is a young hip hop artist with an amazing story. Angered by racism growing up he was encouraged to put his frustration into lyrics and he discovered a new way to express himself.

Underexposed

6:30PM Documentary G

An adrenaline packed series following a new partnership between two emerging Aboriginal extreme sports storytellers, photographer Mason Mashon and writer Tannis Baradziej.

Our Stories

7:00PM Documentary G

Visit two almost inaccessible rock art sites in the Murramarang tribal area of Southern Coastal NSW.

Custodians

7:20PM Documentary G

Murrundindi is an Aboriginal Zoo keeper at the Healesville Sanctuary Zoo and a proud traditional owner of the Wurundjeri nation in Victoria.

Great British Railway Journeys

7:30PM Documentary PG

Michael discovers how trains spread the word about Oban whisky, hears about the heroic struggle to build a railway across the desolate Rannoch Moor and visits Corrour.

Michael discovers how trains spread the word about Oban whisky, hears about the heroic struggle to build a railway across the desolate Rannoch Moor and visits Corrour, one of the favourite shooting estates of the Victorian political elite.

Saturday 2nd September

Small Business Secrets

2:00PM Documentary NC

Small Business Secrets shines a light on the small business owners and innovators playing a vital role in the economic growth of Australia.

Small Business Secrets shines a light on the small business owners and innovators playing a vital role in Australia's economic growth.

Huang's World

2:25PM Documentary PG

Eddie Huang travels to Istanbul to eat the diverse food of the region, & ends up experiencing firsthand the changing religious landscape of a once-cosmopolitan society.

Eddie Huang travels to Istanbul to eat the diverse food of the region, and ends up experiencing first hand the changing religious landscape of a once cosmopolitan society.

Unearthed

2:30PM Documentary PG

Hayden Jude is a young man living in Alice Springs. He is a very talented freestyle BMX rider who dreams of making it professionally.

King Tut's Tomb: The Hidden Chamber

2:35PM Documentary G

The Mounds of Cahokia dwarf the pyramids of Giza, but who built them and how? A discovery of a mass grave of female virgins could hold the answer.

The Mounds of Cahokia dwarf the pyramids of Giza, but who built them and how? A discovery of a mass grave of female virgins could hold the answer. In 1922, Howard Carter made a great discovery in the history of archaeology: the tomb of Tutankhamun. Now, in the most fascinating tomb from Ancient Egypt, an ever greater discovery is about to be made: possible secret doorways in his tomb. Queen Nefertiti could lie in a hidden chamber behind these walls.

Unearthed

2:45PM Documentary G

Corey Webster is a young hip hop artist with an amazing story. Angered by racism growing up he was encouraged to put his frustration into lyrics and he discovered a new way to express himself.

Tattoo Age

3:15PM Documentary PG

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.

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. The series will feature such artists as Dan Santoro, Troy Denning, Mike Rubendall, Freddy Corbin and Grime.

Weekend Warriors

3:30PM Documentary PG

Dan and Matt have gathered weekend warriors from all over northern Europe to re-enact this legendary battle. Only problem is, Arthur probably wasn't there.

Sometime around 500AD, the Romano-British defeated the Saxon invaders at a place called Mount Badon. In the centuries that followed, that victory was linked to the name of a hero - Arthur. Now, on a wet weekend in Wiltshire, Dan and Matt have gathered weekend warriors from all over northern Europe to re-enact this legendary battle. The only problem is, Arthur probably didn’t ride out at Mount Badon. And as the rain begins to fall, Arthur’s warhorse doesn’t want to play ball.

Underexposed

4:00PM Documentary G

An adrenaline packed series following a new partnership between two emerging Aboriginal extreme sports storytellers, photographer Mason Mashon and writer Tannis Baradziej.

Close Up Kings

5:00PM Documentary PG

The Kings trek to Arizona, home of the wild, wild west. While the guys are looking forward to expanding their horizons, a lack of props in the desert might pose a problem.

This week the Kings trek to Arizona, home of the wild, wild west. While the guys are looking forward to expanding their horizons, a lack of props in the desert might pose a challenge. First up, the Kings head into Phoenix for some modern day inspiration. Johnny Blaze treats two women to a card trick that leaves them dumbfounded, while Magick gives an amateur magician a lesson in sleight of hand. Finally, Loki performs an impressive mind-reading trick among the Shaman community before trying one of the deadliest magic tricks of all time. He puts his life on the line in the desert when he uses five venomous scorpions in a jaw-dropping stunt!

The Supervet

5:30PM Documentary PG

The odds are stacked against Professor Noel Fitzpatrick and his team when Murphy, a Golden Retriever puppy, is rushed in after a severe dog attack has left him with horrific facial injuries.

The odds are stacked against Professor Noel Fitzpatrick and his team when Murphy, a Golden Retriever puppy, is rushed in by his devastated family. A severe dog attack has left Murphy with horrific facial injuries. His jaw bone is hanging off and his life hangs in the balance. Waiting was not an option, and Noel and the team have to go in to surgery immediately on a Sunday night. Using a scaffolding of precariously placed wires, Noel attempts to reconstruct Murphy’s fragile broken jaw, and attaches an external metal frame to hold it all together, but the soft bones and high risk of infection make it far from easy.

Royal Murder Mysteries

7:35PM Documentary PG

Historians, pathologists, forensic scientists and modern detectives investigate notorious murder cases involving royalty in Russia, Germany, France and Great Britain.

Historians, pathologists, forensic scientists and modern detectives investigate notorious murder cases involving royalty in Russia, Germany, France and Great Britain. The death of the Duke of Kent in a plane crash in 1942 has never fully been explained, and the mysterious circumstances combined with lack of acknowledgement by the royal family led to accusations that the Prince was deliberately airbrushed from history. Experts delve into Prince George's hedonistic past to get the facts behind this great royal murder mystery.

Small Business Secrets Bitesize

8:25PM Documentary NC

Increasingly troubled by the amount of fallen fruit she saw in backyards, Alex Elliot-Howery started knocking on doors and the thriving business Cornersmith was born

Diana: In Her Own Words

8:30PM Documentary PG

Princess Diana lived her life in front of the cameras. Now, on the 20th anniversary of her death, revisit her emotional journey from childhood through to her rocky marriage to Prince Charles.

Princess Diana lived her life in front of the cameras. Now, on the 20th anniversary of her untimely death in 1997, revisit her emotional journey from childhood through to her rocky marriage to Prince Charles and subsequent emergence as the popular "People's Princess." From Peabody award-winning producer Tom Jennings, this touching tribute relies solely on archival footage and recordings to explore her profound impact on the world and on the future of Britain's monarchy.

On The Edge

10:00PM Documentary PG

Everyone sets off for a vacation in NSW Central Coast. They stay at an upmarket hotel for the first time. Tensions explode when the girls compete for room-mates.

Australiana: Rage In The Cage

10:30PM Documentary M

Follows three teenage automotive burnout enthusiasts as they prepare for the Rage in the Cage competition in rural Victoria. The program also tracks the experience of teenagers in rural Victoria.

Follows three teenage automotive burnout enthusiasts as they prepare for the Rage in the Cage competition in rural Victoria. As well as exploring the culture of competitive burnouts, the program tracks the experience of teenagers in rural Victoria, and how this niche sport helps them navigate mental health issues, complex family dynamics and the general pitfalls of teenage-hood.

Hunters Of The South Seas

4:00AM Documentary G

This new series follows the writer and explorer as he lives for a month at a time with three remote communities who have adapted to ocean life like nowhere else on the planet.

Made by Indus Films, Hunters Of The South Seas follows the writer and explorer as he lives for a month at a time with three remote communities who have adapted to ocean life like nowhere else on the planet, and documents how the rapidly changing world is affecting these traditional close-knit communities. In episode one, Will joins the Bajau spear fishermen of Indonesia, who live in stilted villages out at sea.

Small Business Secrets Bitesize

4:25AM Documentary NC

Increasingly troubled by the amount of fallen fruit she saw in backyards, Alex Elliot-Howery started knocking on doors and the thriving business Cornersmith was born

Sunday 3rd September

One With Nature

11:00AM Documentary G

This compelling documentary series demonstrates how Aboriginal people in Canada have lived as One with Nature for thousands of generations.

Keeping The Language

12:00PM Documentary PG

This documentary is built around a series of interviews with the Nyul Nyul/Jabirr Jabirr cultural bosses who describe the genocide they and their people suffered in the days of the Beagle Bay Mission.

Kardiyarlu Kangurnu

12:30PM Documentary PG

Three elders from three different central Australian communities share their stories of early contact with Kardiya, how they reacted and how it changed their lives.

Three elders from three different central Australian communities will share their stories of early contact with Kardiya, how they reacted and how it changes their lives. We will see these old people in the present as they are today, living in community, through live action interviews and in their youth, living a nomadic life in the bush through animated flash backs.

Earthworks

1:00PM Documentary PG

Award-winning singer, songwriter, actor and record producer Miguel visits his father's native Mexico along with his dad and brother for the first time.

Award-winning singer, songwriter, actor and record producer Miguel visits his father's native Mexico along with his dad and brother for the first time. They connect with his Mexican half of the family through classic ballads and plenty of good food.

Don't Tell My Mother...

3:10PM Documentary PG

Join Diego as he encounters the many characters and a few unsung heroes who are trying to overcome some giant hurdles on the path to finding the Ukraine's stability.

Diego finds himself in the Ukraine which first gained its independence after the fall of the Russian Tsar in 1917 only to have it snatched away again in 1920. After this the Ukrainians suffered through famines, World Wars and 70 odd years of brutal Soviet rule. Emerging as an independent state once again in 1991, they are still working to achieve political and economic stability. Diego shows us the plight of this relatively new nation as it fights human trafficking and illegal arms transport on the Black Sea, experiments with a new use for its dolphin soldiers, tries to support an enormous homeless child population, continues to suffer from the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, all the while searching for its Ukrainian identity.

Survivor Games With Bear Grylls

4:05PM Documentary PG

The teams split into two groups: men and women. With tools provided by Bear, the teams have to figure out how to reach a nest of eggs in the treetops.

The first challenge sees the celebrity group split into two teams: men and women. With the tools provided by Bear, the two teams have to figure out how to reach the nest of eggs in the treetops. The men quickly realise that their strength alone isn't enough. On the other hand, the women strategise but don't have the strength to climb the tree. Bear tests both groups on how they react to unexpected situations, and they pass with flying colours.

Small Business Secrets Bitesize

4:55PM Documentary NC

Increasingly troubled by the amount of fallen fruit she saw in backyards, Alex Elliot-Howery started knocking on doors and the thriving business Cornersmith was born

Small Business Secrets

4:55PM Documentary NC

Small Business Secrets shines a light on the small business owners and innovators playing a vital role in the economic growth of Australia.

Small Business Secrets shines a light on the small business owners and innovators playing a vital role in Australia's economic growth.

Sas Origins: A Secret History

5:30PM Documentary PG

With the tragic loss of Jock Lewes, Stirling's second in command is now the newly promoted Captain Paddy Mayne, an officer as unpredictable and dangerous as the new phase of war that is about to begin

With the tragic loss of Jock Lewes, Stirling's second in command is now the newly promoted Captain Paddy Mayne, an officer as unpredictable and dangerous as the new phase of war that is about to begin. Unknown to David Sterling, the Germans are training special units to track, intercept and kill the marauding SAS. The hunters will soon become the hunted. The SAS will have to adapt if it's going to survive. Disaster strikes when Stirling is captured by the Germans. As the SAS prepare to fight Hitler in Europe, they'll be without the inspirational leadership of the man who created them.

Project Matauranga

6:00PM Documentary G

Investigates Maori worldviews and methodologies within the scientific community and looks at their practical application for finding solutions by combining Maori knowledge and western science.

Standing On Sacred Ground

6:30PM Documentary PG

From Ethiopia to Peru, indigenous customs protect biodiversity on sacred lands under pressure from religious conflicts and climate change.

Ancient Megacities

7:30PM Documentary G

Professor Andrew Wallace-Hadrill explores the remains of ancient megalopolises, explaining how to make a city work without the benefits of modern technology.

The first town of over one million people was built more than 2000 years ago. Without any of our modern conveniences, and what we would consider necessities today, how did they function? Professor Andrew Wallace-Hadrill explores the remains of these ancient megalopolises, explaining how to make a city work without the benefits of modern technology. He first journeys across stunning locations in Greece to find out how Athens gave birth to the idea of a city run by free citizens. Andrew then reveals how Rome surpassed all those cities from the ancient world that had gone before.

First Australians

7:30PM Documentary G

Freedom For Our Lifetime - The threat of extinction hovers over the first Australians of Victoria at the time Wurundjeri clan leader Simon Wonga seeks land from the authorities.

Freedom For Our Lifetime - The threat of extinction hovers over the first Australians of Victoria at the time Wurundjeri clan leader Simon Wonga seeks land from the authorities. He soon gives up and leads his people to the banks of the Yarra River, claiming a parcel of land, Coranderrk. With the help of a Scottish preacher, and inspired by the farming practices of the settlers, the community prospers - until the authorities step in and resist self determination. (Commissioned by SBS) (Documentary Series) (Rpt) G CC

Anger Within:Jonah Lomu - A Rugby Legend

8:30PM Documentary M

From the violence and poverty of southern Auckland to the glamour of international rugby to painful and lonely days of dialysis, friends and family reveal Jonah Lomu like never before.

Australiana: Island Queens 1

9:25PM Documentary M

The remote community of the Tiwi islands, located 80 kilometres north of the Australian mainland, has a thriving LGBT community known as the Sistergirls.

The remote community of the Tiwi Islands, located 80 kilometres north of the Australian mainland, has a thriving LGBT community known as the Sistergirls. More than five percent of the Tiwi population identify as a Sistergirl with most of them living publicly as women and observing local Indigenous traditions. In this episode of Australiana, VICE embeds with the Sistergirls to explore the intersection of traditional culture and gender identity. This documentary explores the push-pull the Sistergirls experience living on their remote Tiwi home, while wanting to find love in the city and start families of their own.

Fair Game

9:45PM Documentary PG

The personal & professional journey of Heritier Lumumba, formerly known as Harry O'Brien, as he chose to speak out against Eddie McGuire's racist on-air comment and the media storm that followed.

Heritier Lumumba, formerly known as Harry O'Brien, was in the middle of his best season of AFL when his club president, Eddie McGuire, made a racist on-air comment, suggesting that Sydney Swans player Adam Goodes could be used to promote a King Kong musical. As a man of colour and strong supporter of equality, Lumumba chose to speak out against his high-profile boss. What followed was a media storm and an on-air showdown with McGuire which painted Lumumba as an overly PC, hyper-sensitive villain. Through exclusive access to Lumumba, his friends and family, AFL legends Mick Malthouse, former Collingwood Captain Nick Maxwell and sports journalists, Fair Game uncovers the personal and professional journey of a man who at the top of his game, dared to hold a mirror to a nation that didn't like what it saw.

Lionel

10:00PM Documentary M

This documentary tells undisputed world banatam weight champion Lionel Rose's story, warts and all, from his childhood in to the present day. A story that is both triumphant and bitter-sweet.

Being Evel

10:50PM Documentary M

In the history of sports, few names are more recognisable than that of Evel Knievel. His name is still synonymous with the death-defying lifestyle he led. This is his story.

In the history of sports, few names are more recognisable than that of Evel Knievel. Long after the man hung up his famous white leather jumpsuit and rode his Harley into the sunset, his name is still synonymous with the death-defying lifestyle he led. Notoriously brash, bold and daring, Knievel stared death in the face, but few know the larger-than-life story of the boy from Butte, Montana. Academy Award-winning filmmaker Daniel Junge and actor-producer Johnny Knoxville take a candid look at the American daredevil and icon.

Kids To Coast

11:30PM Documentary G

Kids from the Uluru community visit the coast line to see the ocean for the first time.

Grass Fed

12:40AM Documentary MA

Montreal actor & comedian Mike Paterson's health is no joke. He embarks on an unconventional marijuana and hemp-infused diet in an attempt to turn his health around.

Montreal actor and comedian Mike Paterson's health is no joke. He's desperate to overcome his debilitating sciatica back pain that conventional health medicine hasn't been able to remedy. Mike obtains a legal medical marijuana prescription for his chronic pain and embarks on an unconventional marijuana and hemp-infused diet that he supplements with exercise, vegetarian eating, no booze and sheer determination - all in an attempt to turn his health around and lose 50 pounds in the four months before his destination wedding in Mexico.

Motherboard

2:00AM Documentary M

Smart gun proponents say they're safer than the average gun. Motherboard discovers why they're not for sale.

Smart gun proponents say they're safer than the average gun. Motherboard discovers why they're not for sale.

The Diet Myth

2:10AM Documentary G

The Diet Myth reveals cutting edge research that turns conventional medical wisdom on its head. We have always thought of bacteria as our enemy - but now we know some bacteria are our allies.

The Diet Myth reveals cutting edge research that turns conventional medical wisdom on its head. We have always thought of bacteria as our enemy - but now we know some bacteria are our allies. And that radical idea is being tested by researchers, sometimes even using their own families as guinea pigs, in labs and homes across Europe and North America. This documentary looks into how diet impacts our gut microbiome, and why some foods make us fat, while others nourish healthy bacteria.

Obama: Eight Years Of Power

3:10AM Documentary M

With exclusive interviews from President Obama and his White House team, this episode tells the story of Obama's greatest legacy: healthcare.

With exclusive interviews from President Obama and his White House team, this episode tells the story of Obama's greatest legacy: healthcare. When Obama announced his proposals for affordable, accessible healthcare for every American, he sparked a bitter conflict.

SBS Identity

4:55AM Documentary G

L-Fresh the Lion is leading conversations on Australian identity through his music, his work within his own community, & just by being himself; your typical Aussie Sikh hip hop artist.

Who are we, and where do we come from? As a multicultural nation, there is an ongoing discussion about what it means to be Australian today. Sukhdeep Bhogal aka L-Fresh the Lion is leading conversations on Australian identity through his music, his work within his own community, and just by being himself; your typical Aussie Sikh hip hop artist.

Monday 4th September

First Australians

10:30AM Documentary G

Freedom For Our Lifetime - The threat of extinction hovers over the first Australians of Victoria at the time Wurundjeri clan leader Simon Wonga seeks land from the authorities.

Freedom For Our Lifetime - The threat of extinction hovers over the first Australians of Victoria at the time Wurundjeri clan leader Simon Wonga seeks land from the authorities. He soon gives up and leads his people to the banks of the Yarra River, claiming a parcel of land, Coranderrk. With the help of a Scottish preacher, and inspired by the farming practices of the settlers, the community prospers - until the authorities step in and resist self determination. (Commissioned by SBS) (Documentary Series) (Rpt) G CC

Anger Within:Jonah Lomu - A Rugby Legend

11:30AM Documentary M

From the violence and poverty of southern Auckland to the glamour of international rugby to painful and lonely days of dialysis, friends and family reveal Jonah Lomu like never before.

Lionel

1:00PM Documentary M

This documentary tells undisputed world banatam weight champion Lionel Rose's story, warts and all, from his childhood in to the present day. A story that is both triumphant and bitter-sweet.

Commando School

1:50PM Documentary M

Six weeks into their training, the marine recruits face their first pass-or-fail test and must complete a series of tough physical challenges in the gym.

Six weeks into their training, the marine recruits face their first pass-or-fail test. They must complete a tough series of physical challenges in the gym, culminating in three staggeringly high rope climbs. If they fail to complete it, they'll have to leave their troop.

Project Matauranga

2:30PM Documentary G

Investigates Maori worldviews and methodologies within the scientific community and looks at their practical application for finding solutions by combining Maori knowledge and western science.

Lockerbie: My Brother's Bomber

3:00PM Documentary PG

For 25 years, Frontline producer Ken Dornstein has been haunted by the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103. Now, he sets out to find the men responsible.

For 25 years, Frontline producer Ken Dornstein has been haunted by the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland: a terrorist attack that killed 270 people, including his older brother David. Now, Ken sets out to find the men responsible for one of the worst attacks on Americans before 9/11 across the Middle East and Europe.

The Supervet: Bionic Stories

4:00PM Documentary PG

Professor Noel Fitzpatrick faces two difficult cases that push his skills to the limit.

Professor Noel Fitzpatrick has saved many cats and dogs with his bionic solutions, but he still faces new challenges every day. In tonight’s episode he is faced with two difficult cases that push his skills to the limit.

Tangaroa With Pio

5:00PM Documentary G

Pio is back with fresh new ocean adventures in this fun and bilingual fishing programme that explores the oceans around the coastal communities of Aotearoa.

Surviving

6:00PM Documentary G

A portrait of Wiradjuri Artist Duncan Smith as he prepares for his first major exhibition.

Surviving

6:15PM Documentary G

Husband and wife performers Brendon and Tessa first met several years ago at a school spectacular and today are the creative and driving force behind Microwave Jenny.

The Prophets

6:30PM Documentary PG

This riveting, seven part series reveals the incredible stories of the Maori prophets. Presented as a comprehensive anthology, their lives are a fascinating aspect of NZ history.

Mythbusters

6:35PM Documentary G

Adam and Jamie investigate new suggestions for evading detection by a bloodhound. Meanwhile, Kari, Grant and Tory attempt to outwit some sniffer dogs.

A revisit of an earlier myth, Adam and Jamie investigate new suggestions for evading detection by a bloodhound. They test whether an escaped convict can outsmart and outrun a pursuing bloodhound by: crossing a river; spreading canned herring across his path; and disguising their scent. Meanwhile, Kari, Grant and Tory attempt to outwit some sniffer dogs by using household items to throw them off the scent.

Our Stories

7:00PM Documentary G

Dr Chris Bourke MLA, a descendant of the Gamillario Nation of NSW, lives in Canberra with his wife Julie, they have three adult children.

The Mulka Project

7:20PM Documentary G

The name 'Mulka' means a sacred but public ceremony, and to hold or protect. This series shows content from The Mulka Project who sustain and protect Yolngu cultural knowledge in Northeast Arnhem Land

Family Rules

7:30PM Documentary G

All the Rule girls travel into the heart of Western Australia with their mum and extended family for a special ceremony in their father's Nagdju country.

All the Rule girls travel into the heart of Western Australia with their mum and extended family for a special ceremony in their father's Nagdju country.

The Obesity Myth

7:30PM Documentary M

Follows the struggle of obese patients and their families as they go through a weight loss program at Melbourne's Austin Health, as doctors challenge commonly held views about obesity.

A three-part documentary series that follows the struggle of morbidly obese patients and their families as they go through the weight loss program at Melbourne's Austin Health. The Doctors at Austin Health are taking a different approach by treating obesity as a chronic genetic disease. The treatment regimen, which is a last resort for many patients who are at risk of early death due to their weight, uses a combination of diet, medication and bariatric surgery to transform bodies and lives. Challenging misconceptions about obesity as a lifestyle choice, this episode features patients such as former taxi driver Leanne, boxer Huss and the clinic's heaviest patient, 248 kilogram Karen, as they battle their biology to reclaim their lives.

Contact

8:00PM Documentary PG

In 1964, Yuwali was 17 when her first contact with white men was filmed. Now 62 she tells the story behind this extraordinary footage.

London's Super Tunnel

8:35PM Documentary PG

The story of crossrail tolf through the eyes of the men and women faciing the worls most ambitious engineering challenge.

Building a brand new underground railway is never easy, but building one underneath the streets of one of the world’s biggest and busiest cities is especially tough. The engineers building London’s new underground “Crossrail” have to make sure that listed buildings don’t crack, the tubes keep running, the City stays in business and that a consignment of priceless vintage cars does not fall down a grout shaft in Mayfair. Most dramatically, they must drive one of their gigantic 1000-tonne tunnel boring machines through a tiny gap in the congested underbelly of Tottenham Court Road station without the passengers on the platforms below knowing they are there.

Get Your Fish On

9:30PM Documentary G

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.

24 Hours In Emergency

9:40PM Documentary M

This episode focuses on the precious relationships between family and friends that pull people through difficult times.

This episode focuses on the precious relationships between family and friends that pull people through difficult times.

Survive Aotearoa

11:00PM Documentary PG

Two kayakers end up having trouble when they forget to close the seal whilst kayaking from Nelson towards Tasman Bay.

A Sunken Kayak Abel Tasman - Two kayakers who end up having trouble with their kayak because they forget to close the seal whilst kayaking from Nelson towards Tasman Bay. Their kayak takes on water and they have to abandon the kayak and swim to the nearest island and try to find their way back to civilisation. (S.1,Ep.4) (From New Zealand) (Documentary Series) (Rpt) PG

Rise

1:35AM Documentary PG

The people of the Standing Rock Indian Reservation of North and South Dakota fight to stop a pipeline from being built on their ancestral homeland.

The people of the Standing Rock Indian Reservation of North and South Dakota fight to stop a pipeline from being built on their ancestral homeland.

Tuesday 5th September

Family Rules

10:30AM Documentary G

All the Rule girls travel into the heart of Western Australia with their mum and extended family for a special ceremony in their father's Nagdju country.

All the Rule girls travel into the heart of Western Australia with their mum and extended family for a special ceremony in their father's Nagdju country.

The Prophets

11:00AM Documentary PG

This riveting, seven part series reveals the incredible stories of the Maori prophets. Presented as a comprehensive anthology, their lives are a fascinating aspect of NZ history.

Contact

11:30AM Documentary PG

In 1964, Yuwali was 17 when her first contact with white men was filmed. Now 62 she tells the story behind this extraordinary footage.

Get Your Fish On

12:30PM Documentary G

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.

Survive Aotearoa

1:00PM Documentary PG

Two kayakers end up having trouble when they forget to close the seal whilst kayaking from Nelson towards Tasman Bay.

A Sunken Kayak Abel Tasman - Two kayakers who end up having trouble with their kayak because they forget to close the seal whilst kayaking from Nelson towards Tasman Bay. Their kayak takes on water and they have to abandon the kayak and swim to the nearest island and try to find their way back to civilisation. (S.1,Ep.4) (From New Zealand) (Documentary Series) (Rpt) PG

Commando School

1:45PM Documentary M

The recruits of Troop 174 reach the challenging halfway point in training. The second half of the course includes more challenging exercises to prepare the recruits for frontline fighting.

The recruits of Troop 174 reach the challenging halfway point in training. The second half of the course includes more challenging exercises to prepare the recruits for frontline fighting, but this is traditionally a point when many recruits leave the troop, either through failure or giving up. Dilliway, whose father was in the navy, has wanted to be a marine since he was a boy. As training steps up a gear he faces tough questions and events take an unexpected turn as the troop hits 'crash week' - the preparation for one of Lympstone's most notorious physical tests, on the camp's iconic Bottom Field Assault Course.

Cunnamulla Dreaming

2:00PM Documentary G

Narrated by Ursula Yovich, this documentary has been a five year journey for these kids and follows them as they share their stories with their community.

Surviving

2:30PM Documentary G

A portrait of Wiradjuri Artist Duncan Smith as he prepares for his first major exhibition.

Vice World Of Sports

2:35PM Documentary PG

Overcrowded & underfunded, Luzira is home to Uganda's only maximum-security prison - but also an elaborate soccer league, one that challenges the culture of imprisonment.

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.

Surviving

2:45PM Documentary G

Husband and wife performers Brendon and Tessa first met several years ago at a school spectacular and today are the creative and driving force behind Microwave Jenny.

WWII Air Crash Detectives

3:00PM Documentary PG

Garth Barnard strives to find out what caused the mid-air collision which killed thirteen young men by reviewing eye-witness accounts, official reports, computer simulations and his own theories.

In the early hours of 8th July 1944, a normally quiet part of rural Northamptonshire was a hive of activity as the 17 twinned engine Wellington bombers rumbled down the runway of their Turweston airfield home. The Wellington of Pilot Officer Searles and his six strong crew took to the air, but as they climbed into the inky darkness a fireball erupted. Searle’s Wellington had collided with another, and the two bombers crashed to the ground in flames. Both crews were killed instantly. Thirteen young men died before their war had even begun. Garth Barnard strives to find out what caused the mid-air collision by reviewing eye-witness accounts, official reports, computer simulations and his own theories.

WWII Air Crash Detectives

3:55PM Documentary PG

This season finale follows the work of ex-pilot David Hughs as he pieces together the evidence to reveal a horrific accident where the power of mother nature was no match for a WWII era plane.

August 3rd, 1944 – a C-47 transport plane, with a crew of four, is ferrying 24 trainee P-47 fighter pilots from Nebraska to South Dakotan for advanced training. The pilot is forced to try and find a way through a wide storm front as the weather conditions conspire against him. But the plane is engulthed in a violent storm. There is a lightning flash and witnesses see the aircraft plummet to the ground killing all 28 passengers and crew onboard. This was one of the worse single US plane crashes of the war, but the exact cause of the crash was never fully determined. This season finale follows the work of ex-Korean War pilot David Hughs as he pieces together the clues and evidence to reveal a horrific accident where the power of Mother Nature was no match for a WWII era plane.

Tangaroa With Pio

5:00PM Documentary G

Pio is back with fresh new ocean adventures in this fun and bilingual fishing programme that explores the oceans around the coastal communities of Aotearoa.

Around The Campfire

6:00PM Documentary G

Gurrgara is the name of a significant hill in Ngarluma country. Is a company providing cultural awareness services in the Shire of Roebourne. CEO Clinton Walker, shares cultural awareness and tourism.

Around The Campfire

6:15PM Documentary G

Tom Avery aka Blakboi. A Gumeroi/Maori man who's life revolves around working as a professional musician and submerging himself in the deep blue sea; swimming, surfing and hunting.

Mythbusters

6:30PM Documentary PG

Arrow Machine Gun - Adam and Jamie test the myth that the Greeks created an arrow machine gun that offered the speed, distance and precision that modern machine guns do. #Mythbusters

Arrow Machine Gun - Adam and Jamie test the myth that the Greeks created an arrow machine gun that offered the speed, distance and precision that modern machine guns do. Meanwhile, Kari, Grant and Tory check whether driving while tired is more dangerous than driving while tipsy. (From the US) (Entertainment Series) PG CC

One With Nature

6:30PM Documentary G

This compelling documentary series demonstrates how Aboriginal people in Canada have lived as One with Nature for thousands of generations.

Our Stories

7:00PM Documentary G

Living in Napranum on her home country, Fiona Wirrer-George Oochunyung's life to date has been a long cultivation of a journey for her current ambitious and fascinating projects.

The Mulka Project

7:20PM Documentary PG

The name 'Mulka' means a sacred but public ceremony, and to hold or protect. This series shows content from The Mulka Project who sustain and protect Yolngu cultural knowledge in Northeast Arnhem Land

Haunted: The Other Side

7:30PM Documentary M

Share in the journey of these Aboriginal ghost hunters as they try to understand what they encounter in the context of indigneous culture of the land.

Great American Railroad Journeys

7:30PM Documentary PG

Michael Portillo reaches Colorado, where he follows in the footsteps of 19th century East Coast dudes who came to experience the cowboy life.

Michael Portillo reaches Colorado, where he follows in the footsteps of 19th century East Coast dudes who came to experience the cowboy life. At Bent's Old Fort, Michael is transported back to the Mexican American War of 1848 and finds himself inspecting the troops.

Underexposed

8:00PM Documentary G

An adrenaline packed series following a new partnership between two emerging Aboriginal extreme sports storytellers, photographer Mason Mashon and writer Tannis Baradziej.

Underexposed

8:30PM Documentary PG

An adrenaline packed series following a new partnership between two emerging Aboriginal extreme sports storytellers, photographer Mason Mashon and writer Tannis Baradziej.

Tattoo Age

8:55PM Documentary

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.

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. The series will feature such artists as Dan Santoro, Troy Denning, Mike Rubendall, Freddy Corbin and Grime.

Jungletown

9:20PM Documentary M

Unforeseen turbulence puts the community to the test. As the river rises, the US election causes chaos and Kalu Yalans struggle to understand the world they will soon return to.

Unforeseen turbulence puts the community to the test. As the river rises, the US election causes chaos and Kalu Yalans struggle to understand the world they will soon return to.

American Boyband

10:10PM Documentary M

Kevin Abstract returns to Los Angeles after a month on the road. He finishes his Helmet Boy film at the Brockhampton Factory while getting ready for his final show at the Roxy.

Kevin Abstract returns to Los Angeles after a month on the road. He finishes his Helmet Boy film at the Brockhampton Factory while getting ready for his final show at The Roxy.

Wednesday 6th September

Underexposed

11:30AM Documentary PG

An adrenaline packed series following a new partnership between two emerging Aboriginal extreme sports storytellers, photographer Mason Mashon and writer Tannis Baradziej.

Haunted: The Other Side

1:30PM Documentary M

Share in the journey of these Aboriginal ghost hunters as they try to understand what they encounter in the context of indigneous culture of the land.

Commando School

1:35PM Documentary M

As training progresses, exercises start to imitate life at war, and the nature of the job begins to worry some of the recruits of Troop 174.

As training progresses, exercises start to imitate life at war, and the nature of the job begins to worry some of the recruits of Troop 174. University graduate recruit Greene's initially impressive performances are rewarded with a section leadership role, but he is yet to tackle one of training's biggest challenges: the Bottom Field assault course - a set of seemingly-impossible obstacles, tackled while carrying heavy loads of kit. As the Bottom Field test moves closer, problems pile up and Greene's chances of passing look remote.

Who Do You Think You Are?

2:00PM Documentary PG

Scottish comedian & actor Billy Connolly always considered himself Scottish. But Billy finds out he has a connection to India that runs deeper than he'd imagined.

Scottish comedian and actor Billy Connolly has always considered himself Scottish through and through, but as he travels to India in the footsteps of his army ancestors, Billy makes an extraordinary discovery. Not only was his great-great-great-grandfather present at a pivotal point in Indian history, but Billy has a connection to India through his forebear that runs deeper than he had ever imagined.

Underexposed

2:00PM Documentary G

An adrenaline packed series following a new partnership between two emerging Aboriginal extreme sports storytellers, photographer Mason Mashon and writer Tannis Baradziej.

F-ck That's Delicious

2:30PM Documentary M

Action Bronson hits Barcelona in a whirlwind. While in town for a music festival, the crew learns Flamenco and Meyhem and Action go head-to-head in a paella cook-off.

Action Bronson hits Barcelona in a whirlwind. While in town for a music festival, the crew learns Flamenco and Meyhem and Action go head-to-head in a paella cook-off.

Around The Campfire

2:30PM Documentary G

Gurrgara is the name of a significant hill in Ngarluma country. Is a company providing cultural awareness services in the Shire of Roebourne. CEO Clinton Walker, shares cultural awareness and tourism.

Around The Campfire

2:45PM Documentary G

Tom Avery aka Blakboi. A Gumeroi/Maori man who's life revolves around working as a professional musician and submerging himself in the deep blue sea; swimming, surfing and hunting.

Business Of Life

4:05PM Documentary G

Lucas Peterson, Peter Greenberg, and Jennifer Flowers discuss the money behind travel: how you can afford your next vacation, and whether tourism is helping or hurting local economies.

Lucas Peterson, Peter Greenberg, and Jennifer Flowers discuss the money behind travel: how you can afford your next vacation, and whether tourism is helping or hurting local economies.

Tangaroa With Pio

5:00PM Documentary G

Pio is back with fresh new ocean adventures in this fun and bilingual fishing programme that explores the oceans around the coastal communities of Aotearoa.

Our Footprint

6:00PM Documentary G

Gungaloo Man, Tim Kemp a remarkable 91 year old man who collated in his own experience of being a young person on the Woorabinda mission.

Our Footprint

6:15PM Documentary G

Aunty Coral reflects on her life from Point Pearce Mission to receiving lifetime achievement awards for her work in the community.

Mythbusters

6:35PM Documentary PG

If the "poop hits the fan", does everyone get covered in the ensuing chaos? Adam and Jamie test this myth. And when you "get cold feet", do your feet get cold?

If the ‘poop hits the fan’, does everyone get covered in the ensuing chaos? Adam and Jamie create their own artificial faeces to test this myth. And when you ‘get cold feet’, do your feet really get cold? Kari, Grant and Tory check whether your feet get physically colder when you are put in a situation which makes you afraid.

Our Stories

7:00PM Documentary PG

Gamilaroi Traditional Owners take us for a tour around central western NSW to share their knowledge of country and the devastating toll development is having on their homelands.

The Mulka Project

7:20PM Documentary G

The name 'Mulka' means a sacred but public ceremony, and to hold or protect. This series shows content from The Mulka Project who sustain and protect Yolngu cultural knowledge in Northeast Arnhem Land

Designing Africa

7:30PM Documentary

Find out who's shaping Africa's fashion scene with Diana Opoti as she travels to Africa's fashion capitals and shows you the latest trends and portrays emerging young talents.

Extreme Railway Journeys

7:35PM Documentary PG

Chris crosses the Australian Outback to find out the truth about an amazing railway. The 3,000 kilometre-long Adelaide to Darwin Railway is known as 'The Ghan Line'.

Chris Tarrant crosses the Australian Outback to find out the truth about an amazing railway. The 3,000 kilometre-long Adelaide to Darwin Railway is commonly known as “The Ghan Line”. It‘s named after the luxury passenger service that runs on it and the name "Ghan" is said to derive from the Afghan-run camel trains that ferried people and goods across the Outback in the 19th Century.

Hardwood

8:00PM Documentary

Hardwood is a personal journey by director Hubert Davis, the son of former Harlem Globetrotter Mel Davis, who explores how his father's decisions affected his life and those of his extended family.

Look Me In The Eye

8:30PM Documentary PG

Ray Martin hosts this series that explores what happens when two estranged people come face to face - without conversation - to look each other in the eye.

Look Me In The Eye explores what happens when two estranged people come face to face - without conversation - to look each other in the eye. Hosted by Ray Martin, Australians from diverse backgrounds are genuinely looking to reconnect with someone in their life. This emotional and riveting series seeks to discover if eye contact alone can help bridge personal rifts, and reveals what happens when only eye contact is used as a form of communication between two people who are estranged. In this episode, former Sudanese child soldier Ayik tries to forgive his prison guard, Anyang; Sue and Gary, who were married for 33 years, divorced three years ago. Sue wants to look Gary in the eye to find out if he too feels that their love might be rekindled.

Men Don't Cry

8:30PM Documentary PG

A mother's concern for her son and his abuse of alcohol takes her on a journey of her own self-discovery, as she observes the self-destruction of her child becoming a 'man'.

Salute

10:00PM Documentary PG

The Black Power Salute at the 1968 Mexico Olympics was an iconic moment in the US civil rights movement. This documentary reveals the history, pride & price these 3 athletes paid.

Salute tells the story of the events surrounding one of the most iconic moments of the 1968 Mexico Olympics and US Civil Rights Movement. A documentary that reveals the history, the pride and the price three athletes paid for standing up for their beliefs. (From the US) (Documentary) PG CC

The War On Kids

10:40PM Documentary

Krishna Andavolu spends time in a small California town to meet with victims of a politce initiative to entrap and arrest high school students for petty drug offenses.

See what happens when the cops go 21 Jump Street on real high school kids. Host Krishna Andavolu spends time in a small California town to meet with victims of a police initiative to entrap and arrest high school students for petty drug offenses.

Trawlermen: The Catch

3:55AM Documentary MA

There's a war brewing at sea for Skipper Phil and the crew of the Govenek, they are competing with foreign boats for fish and it doesn't look like it's going to be smooth sailing.

Deep-sea fishing is the one of the most dangerous jobs in Britain, by some margin, and this series gives us unprecedented insight into the reality of life at sea. This week, there’s a war brewing at sea for Skipper Phil and the crew of the Govenek, they are competing with foreign boats for fish and it doesn’t look like it’s going to be smooth sailing.

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