Friday 1st July

Alone

8:40AM Documentary PG

The top three teams from Alone season 4 reunite for the first time since leaving Vancouver Island to tell their tales from the island. Hosted by Kevin Burkhardt.

The top three teams from Alone season 4 reunite for the first time since leaving Vancouver Island to tell their tales from the island. Hosted by Kevin Burkhardt, each team speaks in depth about their experiences. View never before seen moments and get a sneak peek at season 5.

Make Me A Dealer

9:00AM Documentary G

Paul Martin takes two raw recruits and sets them on the road to being successful antiques dealers. In Dorset, mother of two Lucia Foster-Found takes on chef Alex Koerber.

Paul Martin takes two raw recruits and sets them on the road to being successful antiques dealers. Pitted against each other, the wannabe dealers must use their hard earned cash to buy and sell antiques for the most turnover. Along the way Paul teaches them the tricks of the trade and the does and don't of dealing first at an antiques centre and later at the auction. But that's only part of it. In Dorset, mother of two Lucia Foster-Found with her diverse employment background which includes working in films and microbiology takes on chef Alex Koerber.

Paddington Station 24/7

9:50AM Documentary PG

It's the height of summer and staff and passengers on the Western network are feeling the heat on what becomes one of the hottest days since records began.

It's the height of summer and staff and passengers on the Western network are feeling the heat. On what becomes one of the hottest days since records began, Network Rail staff are positioned at key points on the network to monitor the track - which can reach temperatures up to 20 degrees higher than the air temperature. Not long after there's a change in the forecast predicted, and with torrential rain and high winds around the corner, a specialist team of tree surgeons are out on track near Bristol, where a 50 ft tree needs urgent attention.

Undiscovered Vistas

10:00AM Documentary G

The Bay of Fundy, on Canada's east coast, is home to the world's highest tides. In a single day, more water funnels through the bay than the combined discharge of all freshwater rivers on earth.

Treaty

10:50AM Documentary G

Five Victorian community members contemplate the question, 'what if a Treaty was signed in 1788'?

Revolution: Ideas That Changed The World

10:50AM Documentary PG

The rocket has the potential to change our species, allowing us to become citizens of space. But its origins are surprisingly old and strange. It starts in ancient China with a monk named Li Tian.

The rocket has the potential to change our species, allowing us to become citizens of space. But its origins are surprisingly old and strange. It starts in ancient China as a monk named Li Tian searches for bat droppings in a cave. The droppings are rich in one of the three key ingredients of gunpowder.

Going Places With Ernie Dingo

11:00AM Documentary PG

Join Ernie as he explores the stunning Snowy Mountains winter wonderland that is Charlotte Pass, and meets up with three thrill seekers Didge, Trick, and Maaika living out their dreams.

Join Ernie as he explores the stunning Snowy Mountains winter wonderland that is Charlotte Pass, and meets up with three thrill seekers Didge, Trick, and Maaika living out their dreams.

Vogue Williams: Obsessed With Perfection

12:00PM Documentary M

In a bid to understand the mindset of a generation obsessed with extreme notions of physical beauty, Vogue meets young guys deep into their muscle-fixated Adonis Complex.

In a bid to understand the mindset of a generation obsessed with extreme notions of physical beauty, Vogue meets young guys so deep into their muscle-fixated Adonis Complex that they're pumped to unreal levels but still see themselves as weak and unmanly. She also investigates the growth in body dysmorphia disorder amongst her own generation.

Woodstock

1:00PM Documentary M

In August 1969, nearly half a million people gathered at a farm in upstate New York to listen to music. What happened over the next three days, however, was far more than a concert.

In August 1969, nearly half a million people gathered at a farm in upstate New York to listen to music. What happened over the next three days, however, was far more than a concert. It would become a legendary event - one that would define a generation and mark the end of one of the most turbulent decades in modern history. Woodstock took place against a backdrop of a nation in conflict over sexual politics, civil rights, and the Vietnam War.

Saved By A Stranger

2:00PM Documentary PG

Twin brothers who fled Nazi Germany search for the family who helped them escape, and a woman who housed 21 child refugees from Bosnia looks for their mystery schoolgirl translator.

Twin brothers who fled Nazi Germany search for the family who helped them escape, and a woman who housed 21 child refugees from Bosnia looks for their mystery schoolgirl translator.

The New York Times Presents: The Weekly

2:50PM Documentary PG

Investigating who pays the bill and who reaps the profits when the medicine a family needs to survive costs $1.5 million a year.

Investigating who pays the bill and who reaps the profits when the medicine a family needs to survive costs $1.5 million a year.

Tour De France: The Legend

4:00PM Documentary PG

The Tour de France is the biggest annual sporting event in the world. This two-part documentary explores the history of the Tour.

The Tour de France is the biggest annual sporting event in the world. This two-part documentary explores the history of the Tour, including its moments of glory and periods of controversy. It looks at the achievements of some of the race’s biggest names, including Merckx, Hinault, Bobet and Poulidor, along with those involved in doping and money scandals.

Our Stories

5:00PM Documentary G

A grandfather faces the struggle of maintaining his Alian Kastom to hunt, cook share and showcase cultural feastings. In an ever-changing landscape, will Cooking Kastom be possible in the future?

Our Stories

5:15PM Documentary PG

An inspiring story about the journey of a founding member of the Aboriginal Sobriety Group SA, Cyril 'Bumpa' Coaby, who has helped build the organisation from the ground up to help others in need.

The Joy Of Painting With Bob Ross

5:45PM Documentary G

Beneath a soft purple mountain range, lots of trees and bushes surround a secret little lake, as only Bob Ross can create on canvas.

Beneath a soft purple mountain range, lots of trees and bushes surround a secret little lake, as only Bob Ross can create on canvas.

Bamay

6:00PM Documentary G

From the Torres Straits to Tasmania and everywhere in between - Bamay is a slow TV showcase of Australia's most stunning landscapes. NITV pays tribute to that which gives us life: Country.

A slow TV showcase of Australia's most stunning landscapes, from the Torres Strait to Tasmania and everywhere in between, we pay tribute to that which gives us life: Country.

Forged In Fire

6:15PM Documentary PG

Staying a step ahead will be the key to success as four competing bladesmiths are tasked with forging a bowie knife that will require a d-guard in the second round.

Four competing bladesmiths are tasked with forging a bowie knife that will require a d-guard in the second round. But even after calculating each move to set themselves up for a win, only two manage to make it through to the final round where they must recreate a deadly sabre called the Shamshir.

Undiscovered Vistas

6:40PM Documentary G

From the serene golden beaches of Rossili bay to the towering mountains of Snowdonia the diverse landscape of the Welsh coast is a geological treasure.

Great Asian Railways Journeys

7:30PM Documentary G

Michael Portillo continues his exploration of the Malaysian peninsula. Beginning in its dynamic and diverse capital, Kuala Lumpur, his railway journey heads to the very southern tip of Malaysia.

Michael Portillo continues his exploration of the Malaysian peninsula. Beginning in its dynamic and diverse capital, Kuala Lumpur, his railway journey heads to the very southern tip of Malaysia and the historic city of Johor Bahru, the gateway to Singapore.

Ancient Superstructures

8:30PM Documentary G

In the centre of Paris stands a remarkable wonder of engineering - the Louvre. This super-sized structure is now the largest museum in the world, attracting more than 10 million visitors each year.

In the very centre of Paris stands a remarkable wonder of engineering - the Louvre. This super-sized structure is now the largest museum in the world, attracting more than 10 million visitors each year. Now investigators are using new technology, including technical drones, to examine this monument at the satellite, aerial and molecular scales and unravel the astonishing past life of the building.

Through The Wormhole

9:25PM Documentary G

Do we live in the 'real world', or is it all in our mind? Human senses capture only a small part of nature, and new physics suggests we may be blind to entire dimensions of space.

Henry VIII And The King's Men

9:30PM Documentary M

With the king's former Chief Minister, Cardinal Wolsey, dead, his shoes were filled by his protege Thomas Cromwell who enacted the policy of the dissolution of the monasteries.

With the king’s former Chief Minister, Cardinal Wolsey, dead, his shoes were filled by his protégé Thomas Cromwell who enacted the policy of the dissolution of the monasteries, changing the face of the country forever.

Naughty And Nice: Sex Toy Britain

10:00PM Documentary MA

Christmas is a super-busy time at Lovehoney, the popular online sex store. When did Britain turn into a nation of sexual adventurers? And what makes the perfect festive sex toy?

Christmas is a super-busy time at Lovehoney, the popular online sex store. When did Britain turn into a nation of sexual adventurers? And what makes the perfect festive sex toy?

Hip Hop Evolution

10:15PM Documentary M

Ice-T reflects the violence of Los Angeles and inspires a new form of hip-hop - gangster rap. After the LA Rebellion, Dr. Dre makes The Chronic, and creates hip-hop's first hardcore pop record.

The Sunny Side Of Sex

10:55PM Documentary MA

Dutch filmmaker Sunny Bergman travels to Cuba, where no billboard-type advertising is allowed. She finds that the very absence of sex-sells advertising has a positive effect.

In this final episode, filmmaker Sunny Bergman travels to communist Cuba, where no billboard-type advertising is allowed - but finds that personal sexual advertising is popular. Sunny also discovers that the very absence of sex-sells advertising is a boost to personal sex life in Cuba.

Gifts Of The Maarga

11:10PM Documentary PG

In the Pilbara, Ngaarda families have lived on their ngurra for over 50,000 years, practising culture and law. Elders are concerned that the younger generation is losing their connection to country.

Vice News Tonight

12:50AM Documentary NC

VICE News Tonight provides an indispensable source of international news, featuring a unique brand of investigative journalism and hard-hitting storytelling.

VICE News Tonight provides an indispensable source of international news, featuring a unique brand of investigative journalism and hard-hitting storytelling.

Vice Guide To Film

4:25AM Documentary MA

Samuel Jackson, Juliette Lewis and Eli Roth reflect on the shocking, provocative career of Quentin Tarantino, from his underdog beginnings and mainstream breakthrough to blockbuster revenge epics.

Samuel Jackson, Juliette Lewis and Eli Roth reflect on the shocking, provocative career of Quentin Tarantino, from his underdog beginnings and mainstream breakthrough to blockbuster revenge epics like Inglourious Basterds and Django Unchained.

Saturday 2nd July

Alone

8:40AM Documentary PG

Meet the 10 brave participants who have returned for a chance at redemption on Alone Season 5. Get an inside look at the extreme new location at the edge of Siberia.

Meet the 10 brave participants who have returned for a chance at redemption on Alone Season 5. Get an inside look at the extreme new location at the edge of Siberia and join the survivalists as they prepare for winter in one of the most isolated places on earth.

Love Your Garden

9:05AM Documentary PG

This week Alan Titchmarsh makes over a garden in Newark for a double amputee veteran Nathan Cumberland and his young family.

Alan Titchmarsh makes over a garden in Newark for a double amputee veteran Nathan Cumberland and his young family. Despite his injuries, through his work with the Defence Medical Welfare Service charity, Nathan has devoted his life outside the armed forces to supporting older and elderly veterans who are often less likely to seek help for themselves than their younger counterparts. With lots of tips on how to create a beautiful woodland themed outdoor space, Alan and his team of experts, Katie Rushworth, Frances Tophill and David Domoney take on Nathan's inaccessible plot and transform it into a show-stopping family garden - complete with a stunning outdoor kitchen, hand built water feature and a Jurassic style play area.

Great Canal Journeys

10:00AM Documentary PG

Tim and Pru return to the English canals to navigate the Lancaster Canal.

Tim and Pru return to the English canals to navigate the Lancaster Canal. An early masterpiece of the canal age, 'The Lanky' as its affectionately known wends its way north past through the City of Lancaster, hugging coast at Morecambe Bay, it once went as far as Kendal on the edge of the Lake District.

Undiscovered Vistas

11:45AM Documentary G

From the serene golden beaches of Rossili bay to the towering mountains of Snowdonia the diverse landscape of the Welsh coast is a geological treasure.

This Magic Moment

2:35PM Documentary PG

In the 1990s, the Orlando Magic, Shaquille O'Neal and Penny Hardaway were the talk of the NBA. So how did a partnership that burned so bright get extinguished so quickly?

Trail Towns

4:00PM Documentary PG

Vandy and Deetz burst onto the small screen in a big way, discovering the shimmering city by the sea, Auckland.

Vandy and Deetz burst onto the small screen in a big way, discovering the shimmering city by the sea, Auckland. Exploring the dedicated bike trail system through this stunning, buzzing city, the boys ride by the numerous art exhibits (most of it too high brow for Vandy to understand), gorgeous wharf district and amazing restaurants and cafes. Then it's ferry ahoy, popping across to Waiheke Island, where the rolling hills, numerous beaches and grape groves reminds Deetz of nowhere actually because Waiheke Island is so unique. Then it's off to the Twin Coast Cycle Trail, the first of the Great Ride of New Zealand,

Rommel: The Soldier, The Son And Hitler

5:30PM Documentary PG

Rommel: The Soldier, The Son And Hitler provides rare insight into the military career and personal life of Germany's most famous WWII commander, Field Marshal Erwin Rommel.

Rommel: The Soldier, The Son And Hitler provides rare insight into the military career and personal life of Germany's most famous WWII commander, Field Marshal Erwin Rommel. Told from the perspective of Erwin's son Manfred, it is the story of what happens when a career soldier runs afoul of a dictator. Highly decorated and one of Hitler's favourite commanders in the early years of WWII, the 'Desert Fox,' as his British adversaries labelled him, was somewhat of an enigma. Never a member of the Nazi party, Rommel detested the blending of politics and war. He would quickly discover that both were always in play in Hitler's Germany. Rommel was somewhat naive to Hitler's ways until the latter days of the Afrika Korps defeat in North Africa in 1943. By then, Rommel started to surmise that Germany's fate was sealed. In charge of the famed and flawed Atlantic Wall in western Europe in late 1943, Rommel tried his best to prepare France for the Allied invasion. In the end, it would not be enough. D-Day's success only reinforced Rommel's belief that Adolf Hitler should sue for peace in the west. It was an opinion that Hitler found treasonous.

Good With Wood

6:30PM Documentary PG

And then there were four woodworkers left in the competition. The semi-final is a highly pressurised one. Mel and the two judges - Alex de Rijke and Helen Welch - launch the big build challenge.

And then there were four woodworkers left in the competition. The semi-final is a highly pressurised one. Mel and the two judges - Alex de Rijke and Helen Welch - launch the big build challenge.

Impossible Engineering

7:30PM Documentary PG

The Panama Canal Expansion, finished in June 2016, is engineering project on an unprecedented scale. Begun in 2007, the 5.25 billion dollar project doubles the old canal capacity.

The Panama Canal Expansion, finished in June 2016, is engineering project on an unprecedented scale. Begun in 2007, the $5.25 billion project doubles the old canal capacity; adding two new sets of locks, widening and deepening existing channels and creating a new lane of traffic to allow the largest ships in the world to pass through. The locks have been built to withstand major earthquakes and the whole system has been designed using seismic analysis techniques.

Worlds Most Scenic Railway Journeys

7:35PM Documentary PG

Escape on a journey back in time aboard the luxury heritage train The Northern Belle as it makes a grand tour of England's glorious rural northwest, beginning in Preston.

Escape on a journey back in time aboard the luxury heritage train The Northern Belle as it makes a grand tour of England's glorious rural northwest. Our journey begins in Preston, where the legendary steam locomotive 6201 -The Princess Elizabeth, awaits, along with the stylish 1930's Pullman carriages.

Hoarders

8:30PM Documentary MA

The tragic loss of Ellen's husband in the line of duty triggered hoarding through kleptomania. Her house has become so unsafe with her lifted items, her home-owners insurance is threatened.

The tragic loss of Ellen's husband in the line of duty triggered hoarding through kleptomania. Her house has become so unsafe with her lifted items, her home-owners insurance company is threatening to revoke coverage. Meanwhile, Gloria's family is on the verge of calling the sheriff and the SPCA due to her out of control dog, can and stuff hoarding.

Marley

9:20PM Documentary M

Kevin Macdonald delivers the definitive work on Bob Marley, his life, and a truly global influence.

Kevin Macdonald delivers the definitive work on Bob Marley, his life and a truly global influence. His universal appeal, impact on music history and his role as a social and political prophet is both unique and unparalleled.

NAIDOC Award Winners 2022

10:30PM Documentary PG

Stories from the 2022 National NAIDOC Awards winners.

Vice Guide To Film

4:00AM Documentary MA

George Clooney, Jeff Bridges and John Turturro analyse the auteur tag team of Joel and Ethan Coen, sharing stories from the set and breaking down scenes from Oscar-winning classics.

George Clooney, Jeff Bridges and John Turturro analyse the auteur tag team of Joel and Ethan Coen, sharing stories from the set and breaking down scenes from Oscar-winning classics Fargo and No Country For Old Men.

Sunday 3rd July

Alone

8:40AM Documentary PG

Ten survivalists from past seasons return to the wild for a chance at redemption. But to win the $500,000 prize, they must face the most remote and untamed location yet: Northern Mongolia.

Ten survivalists from past seasons return to the wild for a chance at redemption. But to win the $500,000 prize, they must face the most remote and untamed location yet: Northern Mongolia. Filled with aggressive bears and venomous snakes, this unforgiving new land tests the participants from their very first steps.

Love Your Garden

9:10AM Documentary PG

This week Alan heads to Essex to surprise selfless retired Nurse Pat Wade - who was the first person in the UK to set up a Charity for young burn survivors - The Children's Burns Club.

This week Alan heads to Essex to surprise selfless retired Nurse Pat Wade - who was the first person in the UK to set up a Charity for young burn survivors - The Children's Burns Club.

Great Canal Journeys

10:05AM Documentary G

Tim and Pru embark on an epic adventure along one of the greatest achievements of British canal engineering. It's a world heritage site, and historically highly significant.

Tim and Pru embark on an epic adventure along one of the greatest achievements of British canal engineering. It's a world heritage site, and historically highly significant, yet very few people in this country have ever heard of the Rideau Canal.

College Sports Inc

12:00PM Documentary M

Former College, Pro, and Olympic athlete Jeremy Bloom investigates the NCAA - the billion-dollar industry facing a seismic rules shift allowing athletes to make endorsement money.

Former College, Pro, and Olympic athlete Jeremy Bloom investigates the NCAA - the billion-dollar industry facing a seismic rules shift allowing athletes to make endorsement money. Bloom investigates how the NCAA got to where it is, the people it has affected, how it continues to oppress its athletes under the false narrative of the 'amateurism' of college sports.

Vice World Of Sports

1:30PM Documentary PG

Hockey's 'Gibson Cup' is as old as the sport itself, and in a quiet Michigan town where the game was first born, two teams have been battling for it for over 100 years.

Hockey's "Gibson Cup" is as old as the sport itself, and in a quiet Michigan town where the game was first born, two teams have been battling for it for over 100 years.

Away From Country

2:00PM Documentary PG

Away From Country captures the essence of Indigenous excellence on and off the sporting field and highlights the journeys of our Indigenous sportspeople.

It's been a hell of a ride for BMX superstar Khalen Young. He has been faced with a lot of tough challenges and choices along the way. The first one to compete at the Olympics or be there for the birth of his child, he chose the latter. Four years later Khalen gets a second when he qualifies for the London Olympics. Leading the pack he looks set for victory. Then in spectacular fashion it all comes crashing down.

The New York Times Presents: The Weekly

4:00PM Documentary PG

A tragic story about Facebook scammers who pose as American servicemen and prey on vulnerable women - and the tech company that does little to stop it.

A tragic story about Facebook scammers who pose as American servicemen and prey on vulnerable women - and the tech company that does little to stop it.

Elvis And The Uss Arizona

5:30PM Documentary PG

Elvis And The USS Arizona tells the surprising story of how one of music's biggest icons helped to establish a USS Arizona memorial in Pearl Harbour.

Elvis And The USS Arizona tells the surprising story of how one of music's biggest icons helped to establish a USS Arizona memorial in Pearl Harbour. In the late 1950s, the USS Arizona Memorial Commission was struggling to raise money for a permanent memorial to honor the 1,177 crewmen who lost their lives aboard the battleship on December 7, 1941. After a successful fundraising push, momentum had slowed, and though construction on the approved design was underway, only half of the necessary funds had been raised. Recently honorably discharged from the U.S. Army and headed to Hawaii to begin filming Blue Hawaii, Elvis was presented by his manager to the idea of a benefit concert to support the memorial fund. He agreed without hesitation and on March 25, 1961, performed to a sold-out crowd at the Bloch arena on the naval base. Elvis’ concert would draw public attention to the plight and help galvanize efforts to finish the USS Arizona Memorial as it still stands today.

Bamay

5:55PM Documentary G

Slow TV is back on NITV with more beautiful Bamay. Bamay III celebrates great Australian islands and saltwater country. Sit back and relax with the healing powers of country.

Alcohol: The Magic Potion

6:30PM Documentary PG

Director Andreas Pichler visits several countries, searching for answers concerning what makes us drink, what alcohol does to us, and to what extent the powerful alcohol industry influences society.

Alcohol - no substance on the planet is so familiar to us and so unbelievable varied in its effects. Director Andreas Pichler visits several countries, searching for answers concerning what makes us drink, what alcohol does to us, and to what extent the powerful alcohol industry and its lobbyists influences politics and society. He also presents us with ways we can turn the tide.

Undiscovered Vistas

6:40PM Documentary PG

Ireland is small in size but epic in wonder. Surrounded by the mighty Atlantic ocean, this small and rugged island is subjected to pounding waves and driving rain.

Australia In Colour

7:30PM Documentary PG

Soon after Federation, the family unit is buffeted by world conflicts, poverty and disease, but then new attitudes sweep in.

Soon after Federation, the family unit is buffeted by world conflicts, poverty and disease, but then new attitudes sweep in. Workplace laws are less restrictive on women, spouses no longer have to give a reason to divorce, and the contraceptive pill arrives, all of which leads to a loosening of rigid gender roles.

Abandoned Engineering

7:30PM Documentary M

A marooned ironclad structure off the coast of England that hides a dramatic story of war and resilience; and a vast facility in the heart of America's Deep South that helped tear apart a nation.

A marooned ironclad structure off the coast of England that hides a dramatic story of war and resilience; a vast facility in the heart of America's Deep South that helped tear apart a nation; and a Mediterranean island fortress that became the scene of a dark conspiracy. Each haunted shell now ready to be unmasked and tell its own unique story.

Napoleon: In The Name Of Art

7:30PM Documentary M

To mark the 200th anniversary of Napoleon's death, this documentary explores the complex relationship between Napoleon, culture, and art.

To mark the 200th anniversary of Napoleon's death, this documentary explores the complex relationship between Napoleon, culture, and art. While suffering the anguish of exile on the remote island of St. Helena, before his death, memoirs suggested that Napoleon thought posterity would admire him not only for his battles, but for bringing culture and beauty to the people, for creating the state school system and the modern idea of a universal museum, owned by everyone, open to the common people. It's from this aspect of his life that Napoleon: In The Name Of Art was born - a documentary featuring the Oscar-winner Jeremy Irons as a very special guide

UnXplained With William Shatner

8:30PM Documentary PG

In 1963, during a simple home renovation in the town of Derinkuyu, Turkey, a cave wall was punctured, revealing a passageway to a vast underground city, thousands of years old, and 85 metres deep.

In 1963, during a simple home renovation in the town of Derinkuyu, Turkey, a cave wall was punctured, revealing a passageway to a vast underground city, thousands of years old, and more than 85 metres deep. Archaeologists estimate that the underground city at Derinkuyu was home to thousands of people, for centuries. But if such a vast city could go undetected for so long, might there be more secrets underground, waiting to be found?

Araatika! Rise Up

8:30PM Documentary MA

An intimate portrait of a man driven to share his culture with the world.

An intimate portrait of a man driven to share his culture with the world. In 2012, a group of Indigenous NRL players including Dean Widders, Preston Campbell, Timana Tahu and George Rose came together to develop a pre-game ceremony that would be a response to New Zealand’s much loved, universally recognised and hugely respected haka. Rather than simply taking an existing dance, the players came up with a series of movements that reflected cultural symbols - the clan, the warrior, the boomerang, the spear. They concluded their new dance with a moment of reflection - to them, this emphasised that the silences are just as important, or even more important, than the spoken words.

QAnon: The Search For Q

9:20PM Documentary MA

To understand what Q is and why it has been so enormously popular, filmmakers Bayan Joonam and Marley Clements get to know the most influential QAnon evangelists.

Explores the origins, rise and social impact of QAnon, whose story has been told to the public one outrageous headline at a time. Filmmakers Bayan Joonam and Marley Clements provide a comprehensive investigation into the who, what, and why of the viral movement.

Polygamy: Three Wives, One Husband

10:10PM Documentary M

Abel Morrison has three wives and eleven children. His newest wife, 22-year-old Marina, is heavily pregnant, so it's a chaotic time for the family and relationships are under strain.

Abel Morrison has three wives and eleven children. His newest wife, 22-year-old Marina, is heavily pregnant, so it's a chaotic time for the family and relationships are under strain. Whilst first wife Suzie takes the challenges of plural marriage in her stride, second wife Beth is struggling with Marina's demands on Abel's attention.

Mums Make Porn Germany

11:10PM Documentary MA

At the International Porn Film Festival in Berlin, Karina, Jasmine, Mirjam, and Britta meet Paulita Pappel, a Berlin-based feminist porn producer who offers to help them plan and produce their film.

At the International Porn Film Festival in Berlin, Karina, Jasmine, Mirjam, and Britta meet Paulita Pappel, a Berlin-based feminist porn producer who offers to help them plan and produce their film.

Ngumpin Kartiya

11:40PM Documentary PG

This documentary looks at a proud and sometimes difficult past, and also celebrates a bright and better future.

This documentary looks at a proud and sometimes difficult past, and also celebrates a bright and better future. The Gurindji story, immortalised in the Paul Kelly and Kev Carmody classic From Little Things Big Things Grow, is known by many Australians - but often only vaguely. This film sheds light on the pivotal historical events that led to Aboriginal Land Rights and forever changed our nation and the plight of Indigenous people to reclaim their land. It does so by revisiting the Gurindji community all these years later to hear from the descendants of Vincent Lingiari, and those who took a brave stand against power and privilege some 54 years ago.

The Clinton Affair

1:55AM Documentary M

Democrats retake the White House after twelve years of Republican control, but the scandals that plagued Bill Clinton during the campaign follow him to Washington.

Democrats retake the White House after twelve years of Republican control, but the scandals that plagued Bill Clinton during the campaign follow him to Washington. After the suicide of White House Counsel Vince Foster, President Clinton attempts to put them to rest by calling for an Independent Counsel to investigate wrongdoing.

The Clinton Affair

2:40AM Documentary M

Republicans take control of the House for the first time in 40 years, led by a new breed of politician, Newt Gingrich. Gingrich's uncompromising partisanship defines the 'Republican Revolution'.

Republicans take control of the House for the first time in 40 years, led by a new breed of politician, Newt Gingrich. Gingrich's uncompromising partisanship defines the 'Republican Revolution' and steers the country towards a government shutdown. President Clinton's flirtation with Monica Lewinsky escalates and culminates in an intimate encounter during the government shutdown.

The Clinton Affair

3:25AM Documentary M

Monica Lewinsky confides the details of her relationship with President Clinton to co-worker, Linda Tripp, who surreptitiously records their private conversations and shares them with a provocateur.

Monica Lewinsky confides the details of her relationship with President Clinton to co-worker, Linda Tripp, who surreptitiously records their private conversations and shares them with a conservative provocateur, Lucianne Goldberg.

Vice Guide To Film

4:15AM Documentary MA

James Franco, Kelly Lynch, and Dustin Lance Black map out the roads travelled by Gus Van Sant, a filmmaker whose understanding of marginalised lives redefined who could be seen in American film.

James Franco, Kelly Lynch and Dustin Lance Black map out the roads travelled by Gus Van Sant, a filmmaker whose artistic daring and understanding of marginalised lives redefined what could be done and who could be seen in American film.

Monday 4th July

Alone

8:40AM Documentary PG

The survivalists are haunted by the starvation they endured in past seasons, and they are determined not to let it take them out gain.

The survivalists are haunted by the starvation they endured in past seasons, and they’re determined not to let it take them out gain. One participant finds success hunting, while another develops a taste for insects. They’re competing for resources with the local wildlife, but as the survivalists begin to settle into the Mongolian wild, the predators become increasingly bold.

Make Me A Dealer

9:05AM Documentary PG

Paul Martin takes two antiques enthusiasts and trains them up to be successful antiques dealers.

Paul Martin takes two antiques enthusiasts and trains them up to be successful antiques dealers. Not only are they set against each other in a bid to make the most profit through buying and selling, they must also use their own hard earned cash. In Gloucester and Clevedon cattery owner Lin Waters is up against handyman Dean Forrester-Jeffery, who will come out purring?

Undiscovered Vistas

10:00AM Documentary PG

Ireland is small in size but epic in wonder. Surrounded by the mighty Atlantic ocean, this small and rugged island is subjected to pounding waves and driving rain.

NAIDOC Award Winners 2022

11:30AM Documentary PG

Stories from the 2022 National NAIDOC Awards winners.

Milpirri - Winds Of Change

12:00PM Documentary PG

Wanta is an initiated Warlpiri man who shares a deeply refreshing perspective on the challenges for his remote community in Central Australia.

It's early October in 2012, and Steve Jampijinpa is leaving Canberra for his home in outback Lajamanu. Once there, he'll play a key part in something very important to him: Milipirri, a biennial community festival of dance, art and ceremony. But things are changing for Steve and his community. This documentary reveals what goes on behind the scenes of a controversial and ground-breaking Walpiri event.

Border To Border

12:00PM Documentary M

The US-Mexico border is known for two things - violence and smuggling. Americans talk about the border that protects them from crime, drugs, and other bad things they see as Mexican problems.

The US-Mexico border is known for two things - violence and smuggling. Americans talk about the border as a line that protects them from crime, drugs, and other bad things they see as Mexican problems. But the truth is, in many ways, the reverse.

Marry Me, Marry My Family

12:30PM Documentary M

Explore the chaotic and colourful road to intercultural relationships. Six couples try to straddle the gulf between cultures and the gap between their parents' relationships and their own dreams.

Explore the chaotic and colourful road to intercultural weddings. Armenian Christian bride Nancy is marrying Indian Hindu groom Ashu in a Christian wedding in the Armenian Church. Nancy's family has struggled to accept the union, but now the families are trying to come together in time for the wedding day. While in Adelaide, skip truck driver Mark is marrying sustainability expert Mabui in a ceremony in Kenya.

Going Places With Ernie Dingo

1:00PM Documentary G

Ernie visits the breathtaking Cradle Mountain in Tasmania and meets a dedicated pilot, a focused young ranger, a wildlife conservationist, and an insightful young Palawa man.

Ernie visits the breathtaking Cradle Mountain in Tasmania and meets a dedicated pilot, a focused young ranger, a wildlife conservationist, and an insightful young Palawa man.

Off Country

2:00PM Documentary PG

As the 2020 school year starts, Indigenous students travel thousands of kilometres interstate, leaving their families and home, to attend the prestigious Geelong Grammar School.

Off Country

2:30PM Documentary PG

As the school year gets underway, Xyz, Chloe and Marlley face personal challenges and must leave boarding school and return home; Jaycee travels home to her Aboriginal Mission in regional Victoria.

Bamay

3:00PM Documentary G

A slow TV showcase of the stunning landscapes found in Larrakia and Wulwulam Country.

A slow TV showcase of the stunning landscapes found in Larrakia and Wulwulam Country.

Wurundjeri Baggarrok

3:15PM Documentary PG

The last Coming of Age ceremony held by the Wurundjeri Tribe took place at Coranderrk, 185 years ago - from that point all cultural ceremony and practice was forbidden.

The last Coming of Age ceremony held by the Wurundjeri Tribe took place at Coranderrk, 185 years ago - from that point all cultural ceremony and practice was forbidden. A group of Wurundjeri women, descendants of the families who went through the last recorded Wurundjeri ceremony are determined to be a !living culture, reviving ancient ceremonial practice. Wurundjeri Baggarrook is not only documenting this history in the making, but leading insight into the complexities of contemporary Aboriginal identity in an urban setting. A significant untold story is ready to be revealed, whilst the rest of Australia is getting up to speed with the nations real history, these brave Wurundjeri women know how to build a strong and proud community.

Strait To The Plate

3:30PM Documentary PG

Starting his journey in the Western Islands of the Torres Strait, Aaron Fa'aoso meets an old friend. As well as warriors, sailors and fishermen, the island of Badu is also home to some amazing cooks.

Starting his journey in the Western Islands of the Torres Strait, Aaron Fa'aoso meets an old friend. As well as warriors, sailors, and fishermen, the island of Badu is also home to some amazing cooks.

Our Stories

5:00PM Documentary PG

Living in Stuttgart Germany, 54-year-old Aboriginal skateboarder Chris Robinson is raising two young children and has a unique style of parenting.

Our Stories

5:15PM Documentary PG

Retired 75-year-old Aboriginal stockman, Matt Dawson, is too old to get back in the saddle so he shares stories of his connection to Country and the importance of sharing his language.

The Joy Of Painting With Bob Ross

5:45PM Documentary G

The stillness of a winter's day, with the sun shining bright in the sky, can be beautifully captured on canvas, and Bob Ross shows you how.

The stillness of a winter's day, with the sun shining bright in the sky, can be beautifully captured on canvas, and Bob Ross shows you how.

Bamay

6:00PM Documentary G

A slow TV showcase of the stunning landscapes found in Darumbal, Ngaro, Guugu Yimithirr, Tiwi & Bathurst Island Country.

A slow TV showcase of the stunning landscapes found in Darumbal, Ngaro, Guugu Yimithirr, Tiwi & Bathurst Island Country.

Forged In Fire

6:15PM Documentary PG

This competition isn't smooth sailing as the four bladesmiths must use steel from old nautical equipment to forge their signature blade, while being forced to do it using a metal inlay technique.

This competition isn't smooth sailing as the four bladesmiths must use steel from old nautical equipment to forge their signature blade, while being forced to do it using a metal inlay technique.

Undiscovered Vistas

6:40PM Documentary G

From the icy peaks of age-old mountain glaciers to the fog-shrouded canopies of Canada's only rainforest, Vancouver Island is the wettest place in North America.

Marilyn: Her Final Secret

7:30PM Documentary M

After more than two years of investigation, Label News has just wrapped the production of Marilyn Confidential, a feature documentary which reveals the identity of Marilyn Monroe's biological father.

After more than two years of investigation, Label News has just wrapped the production of Marilyn Confidential, a feature documentary which reveals the identity of Marilyn Monroe's biological father, based on exclusive DNA testing. Until now, researchers had been unable to establish with certainty the name of the star's father or decode her DNA - the master key allowing access to some fascinating information about her origins. Marilyn searched for her father throughout her life - the unsolved mystery behind her birth fed the actress's insecurities. Using some strands of Marilyn Monroe's hair, chromosomes from her paternal lineage were analysed in France and the United States, before being compared to those from descendants of one of her mother's lovers. In the end, it was in Toulouse, in the south of France, that a spectacular - and irrefutable - result was obtained by the research teams of Ludovic Orlando, a world expert in molecular archaeology. It establishes the identity of Marilyn's biological father, thus revealing her new paternal family, 60 years after the icon's death.

Australia In Colour

7:30PM Documentary PG

Sport and the arts are imported from Britain and are already embedded in society at Federation in 1901. Fuelled by sunshine and leisure time, homegrown heroes emerge, including Phar Lap.

Sport and the arts are imported from Britain and are already embedded in society at Federation in 1901. Fuelled by sunshine and leisure time, homegrown heroes emerge, including Phar Lap, the Australian cricket team, surf lifesavers, Dame Nellie Melba and the hit films that perpetuate and reflect Australia’s character.

24 Hours In Emergency

9:30PM Documentary M

Paramedics rush 46-year old carpenter Tony into A&E after he cuts through his hand with a power saw while at work. Surgeons race against time to try and save Tony's hand and restore its function.

Paramedics rush 46-year old carpenter Tony into A&E after he cuts through his hand with a power saw while at work. Surgeons race against time to try and save Tony’s hand and restore its function.

Counter Space

10:25PM Documentary M

We get up extra early for the unique flavours of Trang, Thailand, as Sophia creates a bacon egg and cheese pop tart. Japanese Breakfast's Michelle Zauner tells us what makes her breakfast personal.

We get up extra early for the unique flavours of Trang, Thailand, as Sophia creates a bacon egg and cheese pop tart. Japanese Breakfast's Michelle Zauner tells us what makes her breakfast personal, and we meet the man behind one of the world's largest cereal box collections.

Counter Space

10:55PM Documentary M

China's recent wealth re-makes Chinatowns around the world in its image as Sophia pays tribute to Buwei Yang with a classic recipe. Comedian Jenny Yang explains diaspora foodways over shaved ice.

China's recent wealth re-makes Chinatowns around the world in its image as Sophia pays tribute to Buwei Yang with a classic recipe. Comedian Jenny Yang explains diaspora foodways over shaved ice, and we eat the best fried rice in the Mississippi Delta.

Sex On The Couch

11:25PM Documentary M

Patrick and Barry want to know how to maintain a rewarding sex life in a long-distance relationship. Also seeking help are Leah and Matt, who are having much less sex since Leah became ill.

Patrick and Barry want to know how to maintain a rewarding sex life in a long-distance relationship. Also seeking help are Leah and Matt, who are having much less sex since Leah became ill. How will her husband react when she reveals she thinks he treats her differently now she's in a wheelchair?

Scientology And The Aftermath

1:25AM Documentary M

Leah and Mike discuss the beliefs and experiences of Jehovah's Witnesses with nine former church members.

Leah and Mike discuss the beliefs and experiences of Jehovah's Witnesses with nine former church members.

Scientology And The Aftermath

2:15AM Documentary MA

Leah and Mike discuss the beliefs and experiences of Jehovah's Witnesses with nine former church members.

Leah and Mike discuss the beliefs and experiences of Jehovah's Witnesses with nine former church members.

Huang's World

3:45AM Documentary M

Meet Eddie Huang. We went to law school, told jokes, opened a restaurants, wrote a bestseller, and now he's here, drinking burgundy in Burgund and eating ancient foods in Istanbul.

Meet Eddie Huang. He went to law school, told jokes, opened a restaurant, wrote a bestseller, and now he’s here, drinking burgundy in Burgundy and eating acient foods in Istanbul. In this episode, Eddie heads home to spend Chinese New Year with his family and reflect on how the bizarre culture in Orlando, Florida has influenced his life and career.

Vice Guide To Film

4:30AM Documentary M

Eli Roth, Rob Zombie and David Keith share their reactions of shock and awe to the terrifying and innovative films of John Carpenter as the director reflects on his relationship with Hollywood.

Eli Roth, Rob Zombie and David Keith share their reactions of shock and awe to the terrifying and innovative films of John Carpenter as the director reflects on his love-hate relationship with Hollywood and what it takes to be a master of horror.

Tuesday 5th July

Strait To The Plate

5:00AM Documentary PG

Starting his journey in the Western Islands of the Torres Strait, Aaron Fa'aoso meets an old friend. As well as warriors, sailors and fishermen, the island of Badu is also home to some amazing cooks.

Starting his journey in the Western Islands of the Torres Strait, Aaron Fa'aoso meets an old friend. As well as warriors, sailors, and fishermen, the island of Badu is also home to some amazing cooks.

Alone

8:40AM Documentary PG

The brutal Mongolian winter looms ever closer as the survivalists work to finish their shelters. One participant risks everything on an enormous build, but they all continue to face threats.

The brutal Mongolian winter looms ever closer as the survivalists work to finish their shelters. One participant risks everything on an enormous build, but they all continue to face threats both externally and internally. One survivalist stumbles into a confrontation with a venomous predator as another must grapple with a potentially debilitating health issue.

Make Me A Dealer

9:00AM Documentary PG

Undiscovered Vistas

10:00AM Documentary G

From the icy peaks of age-old mountain glaciers to the fog-shrouded canopies of Canada's only rainforest, Vancouver Island is the wettest place in North America.

Revolution: Ideas That Changed The World

10:50AM Documentary PG

Look Me In The Eye

12:00PM Documentary PG

In a social experiment based on the studies of neuroscientists, this episode features father Peter and daughter Kayleigh who haven't seen each other in 18 years.

This episode features father Peter and daughter Kayleigh who haven't seen each other in 18 years; Blythe, 22, who thinks her grandmother, Tina, favoured her sister and caused her deep insecurities; and siblings Taylor and Tynan, whose close relationship fell apart when their parents divorced.

Look Me In The Eye

1:00PM Documentary PG

Hosted by Ray Martin, this episode features Daley and his father Steven, who have drifted apart over the years; and sisters Meagan and Rebecca who had a falling out in 2016 and haven't spoken since.

This episode Features Daley and his father Steven, who have drifted apart over the years; sisters Meagan and Rebecca who had a falling out on a cruise and haven't spoken since; and old school friends Zach and Lauren, who disappeared from each other's lives.

Going Places With Ernie Dingo

1:00PM Documentary G

Ernie travels to Ikara as known as Wilpena Pound in the spectacular Flinders Ranges and meets an Adnyamathanha Elder, a passionate cultural guide, a young pilot, and a National Park's ranger.

Ernie travels to Ikara as known as Wilpena Pound in the spectacular Macdonald Ranges and meets an Adnyamathanha Elder, a passionate cultural guide, a young pilot, and a National Park's ranger.

Off Country

2:00PM Documentary PG

Covid-19 has shut the school down and all students are remote learning. For Tahlia, lockdown brings her closer to her family in Darwin, but for Sunny it puts his year 12 exams under more pressure.

Cola Wars

2:00PM Documentary PG

Cola Wars traces the long and ferocious rivalry between Coke and Pepsi, centred on the 'New Coke' debacle of 1985.

Cola Wars traces the long and ferocious rivalry between Coke and Pepsi, centred on the 'New Coke' debacle of 1985.

Off Country

2:30PM Documentary PG

Strait To The Plate

3:30PM Documentary G

Aaron returns home to his old stomping ground, the Northern Peninsula Area at the tip of Cape York.

Who Do You Think You Are? Casey Donovan

4:00PM Documentary PG

Singer Casey Donovan shot to fame at the tender age of 16 when she won "Australian Idol". But her sudden rise to stardom raised complicated questions about Casey's Aboriginal heritage.

Singer Casey Donovan shot to fame at the tender age of 16 when she won ‘Australian Idol’. But her sudden rise to stardom raised complicated questions about Casey’s Aboriginal heritage. Now, at age 30, Casey is keen to learn about her Indigenous roots - but will she find a sense of belonging?

Our Stories

5:00PM Documentary PG

The inspiring and candid story of Carolynanha Johnson, a much-loved Adnyamathanha Elder, who talks about her diagnosis with cancer and how her story may help save the lives of others in her community.

Our Stories

5:15PM Documentary G

The moment you step onto the grounds of Dunwich State School on North Stradbroke Island, you realise there's something special happening here.

The Joy Of Painting With Bob Ross

5:45PM Documentary G

Bob Ross uses a little imagination and lots of colour to create this soft, luxurious early autumn lake scene.

Bob Ross uses a little imagination and lots of colour to create this soft, luxurious early autumn lake scene.

Bamay

6:00PM Documentary PG

From the Torres Straits to Tasmania and everywhere in between - Bamay is a slow TV showcase of Australia's most stunning landscapes. NITV pays tribute to that which gives us life: Country.

A slow TV showcase of Australia's most stunning landscapes, from the Torres Strait to Tasmania and everywhere in between, we pay tribute to that which gives us life: Country.

Forged In Fire

6:15PM Documentary PG

With a variety of steels to choose from, the smiths are forced to create a canister Damascus billet from which they must forge a dagger.

With a variety of steels to choose from, the smiths are forced to create a canister Damascus billet from which they must forge a dagger. After devastating setbacks, only two enter the final round, where they must recreate an ancient Roman weapon known as the Scissor.

Land Of Primates

6:40PM Documentary PG

Set in Anja Reserve, Madagascar we follow a family of ring-tailed lemurs for a day. Led by a dominant female, the family face many challenges; surviving the cold, finding food and evading predators.

Who Do You Think You Are? Justin Hodges

7:30PM Documentary PG

Star rugby league footballer Justin Hodges is on a quest to connect with his indigenous ancestry and discovers spirits, heroes, and long lost family.

On this episode of Who Do You Think You Are? legendary rugby league footballer, Justin Hodges is on a mission to learn more about his indigenous family history. On his mother's side, Justin traces the story of his mysterious great grandmother, from profound dislocation to an astounding family legacy. Following his father's family, Justin journeys to the Torres Strait Islands where he discovers a pioneering and heroic great uncle.

Australia In Colour

7:30PM Documentary M

Those in authority in Australia at the time of Federation envisage a prosperous and civilised nation of hardworking citizens. But modern Australia grew out of a drunken penal colony.

Those in authority in Australia at the time of Federation envisage a prosperous and civilised nation of hardworking citizens. But modern Australia grew out of a drunken penal colony and people remain under the thrall of alcohol and drugs and are fascinated by murder and mischief. But the public do rise up against capital punishment and it is abolished national wide.

Craig Charles: UFO Conspiracies

8:35PM Documentary M

The Pentagon has confirmed a series of videos showing unidentified flying objects buzzing US Navy ships are genuine. For the first time, UFOs are official.

The Pentagon has confirmed a series of videos showing unidentified flying objects buzzing US Navy ships are genuine. For the first time UFOs or UAPs (Unidentified Aerial Phenomena) are official. In this episode, Craig and Sarah take on the US Navy UAP videos. 'Tic-Tac' filmed from the USS Nimitz in 2004 off San-Diego and the 'Go-Fast' and 'Gimbal' videos filmed between 2014 and 2015 in the Atlantic from the USS Theodore Roosevelt.

James Cameron's Story Of Science Fiction

9:30PM Documentary M

Will the smart machines of the future save humankind - or lead to our demise?

Science fiction robots are the mobile embodiment of a fascinating idea: artificial intelligence. Despite dire warnings from people such as Stephen Hawking and Elon Musk, AI is an idea that holds out promise and peril in equal measure. Will the smart machines of the future save humankind - or lead to our demise?

Sirius

10:20PM Documentary MA

In the spring of 1997, the last 'transit' previously announced takes place in Saint-Casimir. Five people commit suicide to join their brothers and sisters who had already left for Sirius.

In the spring of 1997, the last "transit" previously announced takes place in Saint-Casimir. Five people commit suicide to join their brothers and sisters who had already left for Sirius. Testimonies of three former children show the horror - they had to negotiate with their parents to stay alive and not accompany them. A terrifying scenario that reinforces the investigators' thesis: for them a mass suicide took place in the Vercors.

Fair Game

10:30PM Documentary M

The personal and 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.

Alcatraz: The Search For The Truth

11:15PM Documentary M

This documentary follows the Anglin family as they work alongside a retired lawman who has been obsessed with the iconic escape from Alcatraz case for decades.

In 1962, John Anglin, Clarence Anglin, and Frank Morris broke out of the toughest penitentiary America had ever conceived - Alcatraz. Presumed dead, their bodies were never found. Now, more than 50 years later, the family of the Anglin brothers is coming forward for the first time with new evidence and secrets that could crack open this iconic cold case.

Bamay

12:30AM Documentary G

Slow TV is back on NITV with more beautiful Bamay. Bamay III celebrates great Australian islands and saltwater country. Sit back and relax with the healing powers of country.

Scientology And The Aftermath

1:35AM Documentary PG

Two of Leah's producers discuss the emotional consequences of leaving Scientology with Leah, Mike, and their families. Guests include Leah's mother and two sisters, along with Mike's wife.

Two of Leah's producers discuss the emotional consequences of leaving Scientology with Leah, Mike, and their families. Guests include Leah's mother and two sisters, along with Mike's wife.

Scientology And The Aftermath

2:25AM Documentary M

Leah Remini and Mike Rinder interview former Sea Org member Valerie Haney, one of the last people to see David Miscavige's wife Shelly Miscavige before she went missing in 2006.

Leah Remini and Mike Rinder interview former Sea Org member Valerie Haney, one of the last people to see David Miscavige's wife Shelly Miscavige before she went missing in 2006. She tells her story about her life and escape from the church.

Huang's World

4:00AM Documentary M

Eddie Huang spends a weekend drinking wine and embracing the culture in Burgundy, France, and learns about the history of the region that makes some of the best wine in the world.

Eddie Huang spends a weekend drinking wine and embracing the culture in Burgundy, France and learns about the history of the region that makes some of the best wine in the world.

Wednesday 6th July

Strait To The Plate

5:00AM Documentary G

Aaron returns home to his old stomping ground, the Northern Peninsula Area at the tip of Cape York.

Alone

8:40AM Documentary PG

A powerful storm sweeps into the area, bringing relentless wind and rain that pummels the participants. The survivalists look for ways to protect themselves against Mongolia's punishing elements.

A powerful storm sweeps into the area, bringing relentless wind and rain that pummels the participants. The survivalists look for ways to protect themselves against Mongolia’s punishing elements. One survivalist must take out a deadly threat dangerously close to his shelter. Another has a rare shot at scoring some big game - if he doesn’t let it float away.

Make Me A Dealer

9:00AM Documentary PG

Land Of Primates

10:00AM Documentary PG

Set in Anja Reserve, Madagascar we follow a family of ring-tailed lemurs for a day. Led by a dominant female, the family face many challenges; surviving the cold, finding food and evading predators.

After The Virus

12:00PM Documentary M

VICE founder Shane Smith speaks to some of the most influential people in the world about how the COVID-19 vaccine will change everything.

VICE founder Shane Smith speaks to some of the most influential people in the world about how the COVID-19 vaccine will change everything. He talks to world leaders and experts about the lasting implications of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Searching For The Tassie Tiger

12:50PM Documentary M

This documentary follows Neil Waters, a retired gardener who has commited his life savings to an epic two-year search for the supposedly extinct Tasmanian tiger.

Tasmanian tigers, otherwise known as thylacines, were thought to have become extinct after the last known specimen died in a Hobart zoo in 1936. But new evidence and a growing civilian movement are challenging that belief, with the Thylacine Awareness Group of Australia (TAGOA) boasting 10,000 members. Its president, Neil Waters, commits his life savings to an epic two-year search for the ancient marsupial.

Going Places With Ernie Dingo

1:00PM Documentary PG

Ernie's trip to tropical North Queensland finds him meeting a respected Kuku Yalanji Elder, a river guide who's made a sea change, and an environmentalist who is determined to change attitudes.

Ernie's trip to tropical North Queensland finds him meeting a respected Kuku Yalanji Elder, a river guide who's made a sea change, and an environmentalist who is determined to change attitudes.

First Australians

2:00PM Documentary PG

This landmark series chronicles the birth of contemporary Australia as never told before, from the perspective of its first people. The story begins in 1788 in Sydney.

This landmark series chronicles the birth of contemporary Australia as never told before, from the perspective of its first people. It explores what unfolds when the oldest living culture in the world is overrun by the world's greatest empire, and depicts the true stories of individuals - both black and white. The story begins in 1788 in Sydney with the friendship between an Englishmen, Governor Phillip, and a warrior, Bennelong.

Arts Centres Keep Our Elders Connected

3:10PM Documentary PG

This short film invites the audience to listen to Elders, artists and staff from three Aboriginal community-controlled art centres as they share the role they play in keeping older people connected.

This short film invites the audience to listen to Elders, artists and staff from three Aboriginal community-controlled art centres as they share the vital role they play in keeping older people, many of whom are Elders, strong and connected. We hear how Elders are the backbone of these centres, playing a critical role in maintaining intergenerational connection and how in turn the art centres play a role in keeping older people and Elders connected to their communities and Country. Elders, artists and staff share their perspectives on why art centres play such a vital role for them and their communities, and emphasise the importance of recognising and resourcing the art centres to keep playing this vital role.

Strait To The Plate

3:30PM Documentary PG

Aaron explores the island paradise of Poruma, a jewel at the heart of the Torres Strait where he explores the versatility of the coconut and learns how climate change is affecting the community.

Our Stories

5:00PM Documentary G

The track from Oodnadatta to Marree is old, really old. It predates the Silk Road by about 50,000 years and was a traditional trade route for the Arabana people for over a thousand generations.

Our Stories

5:15PM Documentary G

Joel Brown, a Gunditjmara man, is heading home. He'll meet family, friends, see Country, and learn about family and his people's history.

The Joy Of Painting With Bob Ross

5:45PM Documentary G

Old-time memories are conjured up by the sight of this lonesome big barn that Bob Ross places on the edge of a forest.

Old-time memories are conjured up by the sight of this lonesome big barn that Bob Ross places on the edge of a forest.

Bamay

6:00PM Documentary G

A slow TV showcase of the stunning landscapes found in Arrernte Country.

A slow TV showcase of the stunning landscapes found in Arrernte Country.

Forged In Fire

6:15PM Documentary PG

Four bladesmiths head to a scrapyard to create their signature blade using only harvested metal and a coal forge. Challenges arise when some struggle to keep their fires burning.

Four bladesmiths head to a scrapyard to create their signature blade using only harvested metal and a coal forge. Challenges arise when some struggle to keep their fires burning, and two competitors are eliminated. In the final round, the smiths must recreate a fearsome battle weapon, the Kampilan.

Land Of Primates

6:40PM Documentary G

We meet the lemurs of Madagascar. Found nowhere else on earth, here they thrive. We take a look at how different species have adapted to the islands many habitats.

Australia In Colour

7:30PM Documentary PG

Agriculture, manufacturing, and a growing population supplemented by immigration, transform Australia into a prosperous nation over the course of a century.

Agriculture, manufacturing, and a growing population supplemented by immigration, transform Australia into a prosperous nation over the course of a century. There are growing pains and challenges, including war and Depression, but there is also the birth of iconic brands such as Myer, Bushells, and Vegemite.

Michael Mosley's 21 Day Body Challenge

7:35PM Documentary M

The five volunteers join Dr Michael Mosley to begin extensive health tests ahead of their new training plan.

Three weeks to change your body - and your life. Leading health and diet guru Michael Mosley sets out to help five people who have recently got out of shape - both physically and mentally - because of either lifestyle changes or being sedentary during lockdown. In this episode, the five volunteers join Dr Michael Mosley as they have extenisve health tests and begin their new training plan.

Extreme Food Phobics

8:35PM Documentary PG

34-year-old Christian is desperate for help to try and overcome his extreme aversion to healthy food, and Dr, Ranj is here to help.

34-year-old Christian is desperate for help to try and overcome his extreme aversion to healthy food, while single mum Rebekah spends her days snacking on chocolate, crisps and energy drinks rather than eating proper meals.

Relentless: The Sylvia Scharper Story

10:55PM Documentary M

Relentless: The Sylvia Scharper Story follows Sylvia Scharper, an Australian professional female boxer as she attempts to make her way through the professional ranks in the hardest sport in the world.

Bamay

12:30AM Documentary G

Slow TV is back on NITV with more beautiful Bamay. Bamay III celebrates great Australian islands and saltwater country. Sit back and relax with the healing powers of country.

Extreme Food Phobics

1:30AM Documentary PG

34-year-old Christian is desperate for help to try and overcome his extreme aversion to healthy food, and Dr, Ranj is here to help.

34-year-old Christian is desperate for help to try and overcome his extreme aversion to healthy food, while single mum Rebekah spends her days snacking on chocolate, crisps and energy drinks rather than eating proper meals.

Gaycation

4:00AM Documentary MA

Elliot and Ian take a road trip from Iowa to New York City. In the battle between religious liberty and the fight for LGBTQIA+ rights, they see the highs and lows of the movement.

Elliot and Ian take a road trip from Iowa to New York City. In the battle between religious liberty and the fight for LGBTQIA+ rights, they see the highs and lows of the movement.

Thursday 7th July

Strait To The Plate

5:00AM Documentary PG

Aaron explores the island paradise of Poruma, a jewel at the heart of the Torres Strait where he explores the versatility of the coconut and learns how climate change is affecting the community.

Extreme Food Phobics

8:30AM Documentary PG

34-year-old Christian is desperate for help to try and overcome his extreme aversion to healthy food, and Dr, Ranj is here to help.

34-year-old Christian is desperate for help to try and overcome his extreme aversion to healthy food, while single mum Rebekah spends her days snacking on chocolate, crisps and energy drinks rather than eating proper meals.

Alone

8:40AM Documentary PG

As the Mongolian weather begins to worsen, the remaining survivalists face their biggest challenges yet.

As the Mongolian weather begins to worsen, the remaining survivalists face their biggest challenges yet. One has to contend with a dangerous nocturnal predator, while another is forced to convert the surrounding woods into a primary food source. One questions whether he can morally come to grips with killing animals to survive. As the physical toll becomes unbearable, and one survivalist is forced to pay for his hazardous decision.

Make Me A Dealer

9:00AM Documentary PG

Land Of Primates

10:00AM Documentary G

We meet the lemurs of Madagascar. Found nowhere else on earth, here they thrive. We take a look at how different species have adapted to the islands many habitats.

Devoured

12:00PM Documentary M

Brooklyn's L&B Spumoni Gardens & Pizzeria had built a successful family business, but when the family's secret recipe is stolen, the mafia serves up some old fashion justice.

Brooklyn's L&B Spumoni Gardens & Pizzeria had built a successful family business, but when the family's secret recipe is stolen, the mafia serves up some old fashion justice.

One Armed Chef

12:45PM Documentary M

Chef Giles Duley travels to Beirut, a city he knows well, to see how it is rebuilding after the devastating 2020 port explosion. Over shared meals, he discovers the hope for the city.

Chef Giles Duley travels to Beirut, a city he knows well, to see how it is rebuilding after the devastating 2020 port explosion. Over shared meals with friends, chefs and activists, he discovers the hope for the city, most especially when created through food.

Going Places With Ernie Dingo

1:00PM Documentary PG

Ernie visits the Great Ocean Road and catches up with a local gunditjmara Kirrae Whurrong song man. He meets a passionate foodologist and spends time with an entrepreneur with a taste for adventure.

Ernie visits the Great Ocean Road and catches up with a local gunditjmara Kirrae Whurrong song man. He meets a passionate foodologist and spends time with an entrepreneur with a taste for adventure.

First Australians

2:00PM Documentary PG

It is a myth that the first Australians were eradicated in Tasmania. It should be their resilience, in spite of the impact of white settlement, which is embodied in myth.

It is a myth that the first Australians were eradicated in Tasmania. It should be their resilience, in spite of the overwhelming impact of white settlement, which is embodied in myth. When the land-grab moves south to Tasmania, in an effort to protect the real estate prices, it is decided to remove the Tasmanian Aboriginal people from the island.

Rovers: Return To Country

2:55PM Documentary PG

Strait To The Plate

3:30PM Documentary PG

Aaron is invited back to the community of New Mapoon to celebrate a Tombstone opening. With 1500 guests coming for dinner, it's all hands on deck!

Aaron is invited back to the community of New Mapoon to celebrate a Tombstone opening. With 1500 guests coming for dinner, it's all hands on deck!

Our Stories

5:00PM Documentary PG

This is the story of Aunty June Murray who grew up in a mission, worked as a domestic servant and helped her community. In 2019 at 91 years of age, she was awarded the Order of Australia.

Our Stories

5:15PM Documentary PG

A company plans to develop land around the former Deebing Creek Mission and cemetery, causing upset amongst the traditional owners who protest against the company to save their land.

The Joy Of Painting With Bob Ross

5:45PM Documentary G

Bob Ross uncovers the extraordinary loveliness of nature, reflected in the mirror surface of a lake in front of a mountain.

Bob Ross uncovers the extraordinary loveliness of nature, reflected in the mirror surface of a lake in front of a mountain.

Bamay

6:00PM Documentary G

A slow TV showcase of the stunning landscapes found in Wiradjuri Country along the waters of the Murrumbidgee River.

Forged In Fire

6:15PM Documentary PG

The bladesmiths find the odds stacked against them when they are forced to layer a complex Damascus pattern into their signature style blade.

The bladesmiths find the odds stacked against them when they are forced to layer a complex Damascus pattern into their signature style blade. Broken blades and tears fall throughout an unforgiving round of testing. In the final round, two smiths attempt to recreate a three-bladed African throwing knife called the Kpinga.

Land Of Primates

6:40PM Documentary PG

A pristine valley in South Africa is home to a remarkable troop of Chacma baboons - governed by a powerful alpha male who controls the valley with an iron fist.

Scenic Coastal Walks With Kate Humble

7:30PM Documentary PG

Kate follows the historic East Sussex coastline, beginning on the cliffs overlooking Hastings, a town forever associated with the Battle of 1066.

Kate follows the historic East Sussex coastline, beginning on the cliffs overlooking Hastings, a town forever associated with the Battle of 1066. However, Kate is here to visit an equally historic fishing fleet that has operated from the town's ancient shingle beach, The Stade, for over a thousand years.

Going Places With Ernie Dingo

7:30PM Documentary PG

Ernie visits the natural phenomenon that is Horizontal Falls up in the remote Kimberley region and learns what life is like for the young people working in this spectacular part of our Country.

Ernie visits the natural phenomenon that is Horizontal Falls up in the remote Kimberley region and learns what life is like for the young people working in this spectacular part of our Country.

Off Country

8:00PM Documentary PG

As the 2020 school year starts, Indigenous students travel thousands of kilometres interstate, leaving their families and home, to attend the prestigious Geelong Grammar School.

Dark Side Of The 90s

8:35PM Documentary MA

As 90's Talk TV evolved from the cerebral (Donahue) to the trashy (Jerry Springer), the new format fused combustive relationships, shock and violence to entertain the masses.

As 90's Talk TV evolved from the cerebral (Donahue) to the trashy (Jerry Springer), the new format fused combustive relationships, shock and violence to entertain the masses.

The World's Toughest Prisons

9:30PM Documentary MA

The pre-trial prison Urso Branco is one of the worst jails in all of Brazil. Riots have been taking place here almost every year since 2002, while gangs are battling for control of the drug business.

The pre-trial prison Urso Branco is one of the worst jails in all of Brazil. Riots have been taking place here almost every year since 2002. Gangs battling for control of the drug business are also fighting it out behind bars. They use every opportunity to eliminate rival gang members. In the past 20 years, more than 100 people have died in riots behind the walls of Urso Branco. The situation inside remains volatile as the next riot can start at any moment.

I Was A Teenage Felon

10:25PM Documentary MA

Marcus was caught up in the 1990's Washington DC crime wave, slinging crack at age 13 and stealing cars at 15. The night he showed a friend how to jack a car left them both facing life in prison.

Marcus was caught up in the 1990's Washington DC crime wave, slinging crack at age 13 and stealing cars at 15. The night he showed a friend how to jack a car left them both facing life in prison.

NAIDOC Award Winners 2022

10:30PM Documentary PG

Stories from the 2022 National NAIDOC Awards winners.

Online Trolls And Sexual Extortion

11:50PM Documentary M

Vogue shines a light on the real-world impact of online bullying, grooming, phishing, catfishing, and scamming. She meets cyber-victims who've been trolled to the point of suicidal depression.

Vogue shines a light on the real-world impact of online bullying, grooming, phishing, catfishing, and scamming. She meets cyber-victims who've been trolled to the point of suicidal depression.

Under The Wire: Life Of A War Reporter

12:50AM Documentary MA

This film is about real journalism, war, and an extraordinary commitment to telling the truth, whatever the cost.

On 13 February 2012, two journalists entered war-ravaged Syria. One of them was celebrated Sunday Times war correspondent, Marie Colvin - the other was photographer, Paul Conroy. Their aim was to cover the plight of Syrian civilians trapped in Homs, a city under siege and relentless military attack from the Syrian army. Only one of them returned.

Huang's World

3:40AM Documentary M

Eddie Huang travels along the border of Mexico to learn about the dynamic between a developing country and a first world super power, and the cultural exchange between the two.

Eddie Huang travels along the border of Mexico to learn about the dynamic between a developing country and a first world super power, and the cultural exchange between the two.

Vice Guide To Film

4:30AM Documentary M

Jesse Eisenberg, Todd Haynes and John Robinson discuss the career of emerging indie-film darling Kelly Reichardt, whose poetic road movies travel with characters who have become lost in America.

Jesse Eisenberg, Todd Haynes and John Robinson discuss the career of emerging indie-film darling Kelly Reichardt, whose poetic road movies, from Old Joy to Night Movies, travel with characters who have become lost in America.

Friday 8th July

Strait To The Plate

5:00AM Documentary PG

Aaron is invited back to the community of New Mapoon to celebrate a Tombstone opening. With 1500 guests coming for dinner, it's all hands on deck!

Aaron is invited back to the community of New Mapoon to celebrate a Tombstone opening. With 1500 guests coming for dinner, it's all hands on deck!

Alone

8:40AM Documentary PG

A torrential storm forces a retreat to shelter, causing the contestants to confront extended periods of isolation. Solitude and hunger hang over the contestants as they begin to show mental cracks.

A torrential storm forces a retreat to shelter, causing the contestants to confront extended periods of isolation. Solitude and hunger hang over the contestants as they begin to show mental cracks. One participant rages against invading rodents, taking the fight to new extremes while others take up weapons and go on the attack.

Bamay

9:00AM Documentary G

A slow TV showcase of the stunning landscapes found in Wiradjuri and Nari Nari Country along the waters of the Murrumbidgee River.

A slow TV showcase of the stunning landscapes found in Wiradjuri and Nari Nari Country along the waters of the Murrumbidgee River.

Land Of Primates

10:00AM Documentary PG

A pristine valley in South Africa is home to a remarkable troop of Chacma baboons - governed by a powerful alpha male who controls the valley with an iron fist.

Vogue Williams: Transgender Warriors

12:00PM Documentary M

Vogue investigates the significant increase in gender dysphoria cases globally. These are people who don't identify with the gender they were assigned at birth.

Vogue investigates the significant increase in gender dysphoria cases globally. These are people who don't identify with the gender they were assigned at birth. Vogue follows the story of Jack, a 26-year-old transman reaching the later stages of his transition and dealing with massive body changes triggered by testosterone treatment and preparing for his first major surgery.

Going Places With Ernie Dingo

1:00PM Documentary PG

Ernie visits the natural phenomenon that is Horizontal Falls up in the remote Kimberley region, and learns what life is like for the young people working in this spectacular part of our Country.

Ernie visits the natural phenomenon that is Horizontal Falls up in the remote Kimberley region, and learns what life is like for the young people working in this spectacular part of our Country.

Bamay

2:00PM Documentary G

A slow TV showcase of the stunning landscapes found in Tharawal and Inningai Country.

A slow TV showcase of the stunning landscapes found in Tharawal and Inningai Country.

Freshwater Dreaming

2:25PM Documentary PG

Freshwater Dreaming follows a group of Aboriginal men and women in recovery from addiction who come together to create a large mural for the St Kilda Elsternwick Baptist Church.

Freshwater Dreaming follows a group of Aboriginal men and women in recovery from addiction who come together to create a large mural for the St Kilda Elsternwick Baptist Church, honouring the Traditional owners of the land - the Boonwurrung people of the Kulin Nation.

NAIDOC Award Winners 2022

2:35PM Documentary PG

Stories from the 2022 National NAIDOC Awards winners.

Strait To The Plate

3:30PM Documentary PG

The people of Moa Island have always been farmers and gardeners and Aaron meets up with an old friend to learn how these traditions are being continued today.

Our Stories

5:00PM Documentary PG

The Yapas, more than teammates, it's a sisterhood. Coming together through sport and culture, they aim to win both on and off the field.

Our Stories 2020

5:15PM Documentary G

Travelling nurse Aunty Faith Thomas retells her amazing life story as an Australian cricketer whose trailblazing achievements are widely unknown and sadly unheralded.

The Joy Of Painting With Bob Ross

5:45PM Documentary G

The effective use of striking blue tones allows Bob Ross to produce a winter night scene, complete with sweet cabin, inside an oval.

The effective use of striking blue tones allows Bob Ross to produce a winter night scene, complete with sweet cabin, inside an oval.

Bamay

6:00PM Documentary G

A slow TV showcase of the stunning landscapes found in Yawuru Country.

A slow TV showcase of the stunning landscapes found in Yawuru Country.

Forged In Fire

6:15PM Documentary PG

The competition shifts into high gear when the bladesmiths are tasked with turning the rusted steel of a 1971 Mercury Cougar into their signature blade in just three hours.

The bladesmiths are tasked with turning the rusted steel of a 1971 Mercury Cougar into their signature blade in just three hours. After a gruelling round of testing, only two competitors return to their home forge, where they have to create an elite military weapon known as the Yatagan.

Bamay

6:20PM Documentary G

This episode of Bamay showcases beautiful Arrernte and Warlpiri Country - with locations such as Mparntwe Alice Springs and the Ellery Creek Big Hole.

This episode of Bamay showcases beautiful Arrernte and Warlpiri Country - with locations such as Mparntwe Alice Springs and the Ellery Creek Big Hole.

Land Of Primates

6:40PM Documentary PG

Geladas are only found among the peaks and plateaus of the Simien Mountains in Ethiopia, an ancient range of incredibly beauty and and biodiversity.

Great Asian Railways Journeys

7:30PM Documentary PG

Michael's railway tour reaches its final stop, Singapore. The island city-state at the southern tip of Malaysia is one of Asia's biggest success stories.

Michael's railway tour reaches its final stop, Singapore. The island city-state at the southern tip of Malaysia is one of Asia’s biggest success stories. Travelling on the extensive MRT rail network to the west side of the island, Michael visits a vast construction site that’s to become the world’s largest fully automated container port.

Ancient Superstructures

8:30PM Documentary PG

Hidden in the tropical jungle of Cambodia is the largest religious structure ever built - the majestic temple of Angkor Wat. Now archaeologists are using new technology to examine the monument,

Hidden in the tropical jungle of Cambodia is the largest religious structure ever built - the majestic temple of Angkor Wat. Now archaeologists are using new technology to examine the monument at the satellite, aerial and molecular scales to unravel the mysteries of this UNESCO World Heritage Site. How was the iconic temple built? And what remains to be discovered of the legendary lost city alongside?

Viva La Vulva

9:50PM Documentary MA

Viva La Vulva is documentary film that casts a glance right into the centre of female sexuality - historically, culturally, and politically.

Viva La Vulva is documentary film that casts a glance right into the centre of female sexuality - historically, culturally, and politically. With a sense of humour, but earnestly and profoundly it examines this very symbol and indicator of women's self-determination, a mystic source of life and anarchic threat to patriarchal systems.

Naked City: Freedom Or Lust?

10:55PM Documentary MA

The nudist village of Cap d'Agde has a sulphurous reputation. The media present it as the place of all excesses, the rendezvous for swingers from all over the world.

The nudist village of Cap d'Agde has a sulphurous reputation. The media present it as the place of all excesses, the rendezvous for swingers from all over the world. Beyond the nudist and libertine divide, this film gives us an understanding of the history of this village, the mechanisms that led to its evolution, and a better grasp of those who inhabit this particular world.

Huang's World

3:40AM Documentary M

Eddie Huang travels to Sicily to discover the ancient Arabic and African influence on Sicilian culture and cuisine; and finds a new wave of immigrants changing Sicily once again.

Eddie Huang travels to Sicily to discover the ancient Arabic and African influence on Sicilian culture and cuisine; and finds a new wave of immigrants changing Sicily once again.

Vice Guide To Film

4:30AM Documentary MA

Louis CK, Isabella Rossellini & Madchen Amick guide us through the darklands of America's homegrown surrealist, from the post-apocalyptic wasteland of Eraserhead through Twin Peaks to Mulholland Drive

Louis C.K., Isabella Rossellini and Mädchen Amick guide us through the dark lands of America’s homegrown surrealist, from the post-apocalyptic wasteland of Eraserhead through Twin Peaks en route to the nightmarish Tinseltown of Mulholland Drive.

Saturday 9th July

Strait To The Plate

5:00AM Documentary PG

The people of Moa Island have always been farmers and gardeners and Aaron meets up with an old friend to learn how these traditions are being continued today.

Alone

8:40AM Documentary PG

It's feast or famine for the remaining survivalists as some enjoy a bounty of food and others are driven to desperation. One hunter takes to the trees to stalk his prey.

It’s feast or famine for the remaining survivalists as some enjoy a bounty of food and others are driven to desperation. One hunter takes to the trees to stalk his prey, and another finds his primary food source drying up as temperatures plummet. One participant’s increasing frustration with fishing forces him to consider a potentially dangerous food source.

Love Your Garden

9:00AM Documentary PG

Great Canal Journeys

10:00AM Documentary PG

Land Of Primates

11:35AM Documentary PG

Geladas are only found among the peaks and plateaus of the Simien Mountains in Ethiopia, an ancient range of incredibly beauty and and biodiversity.

VICE

12:00PM Documentary M

VICE travels to Karachi to meet with the health workers putting their lives on the line to finally eradicate polio disease.

VICE travels to Karachi to meet with the health workers putting their lives on the line to finally eradicate polio disease. VICE also travels to Myanmar and Laos to see the devastating effects of unexploded ordnance and to meet the trained disposal teams working to clean up these weapons before they claim more lives.

Bamay

2:25PM Documentary G

From the Torres Straits to Tasmania and everywhere in between - Bamay is a slow TV showcase of Australia's most stunning landscapes. NITV pays tribute to that which gives us life: Country.

A slow TV showcase of Australia's most stunning landscapes, from the Torres Strait to Tasmania and everywhere in between, we pay tribute to that which gives us life: Country.

Bamay

4:00PM Documentary G

This episode of Bamay showcases beautiful Arrernte and Warlpiri Country - with locations such as Mparntwe Alice Springs and the Ellery Creek Big Hole.

This episode of Bamay showcases beautiful Arrernte and Warlpiri Country - with locations such as Mparntwe Alice Springs and the Ellery Creek Big Hole.

Trail Towns

4:00PM Documentary PG

48 Hours To Victory

5:30PM Documentary PG

This episode explores the Battle of Dunkirk and two key days during the evacuation of British soldiers that prevented a German victory.

This episode explores the Battle of Dunkirk and two key days during the evacuation of British soldiers that prevented a German victory. The heroic actions of one ship - HMS Worcester - act as window into the wider story of Dunkirk and the escape of thousands of men. Dermot meets a survivor of Dunkirk - 91-year-old Regine Grey who was one of the tiny number of civilians who escaped. He brews up an original naval concoction aimed at calming shredded nerves and boards one of the original little ships that played such a vital role during the evacuation. Arthur flies over the battle site and examines some of the fearsome weapons employed by the Germans up close - including the only surviving S-Boat in the world and the Stuka dive-bomber.

Dynamo: Top Ten Greatest Moments

5:45PM Documentary PG

This is a warm and witty celebration of the extraordinary power of Dynamo's magic through the eyes of his fans and celebrity friends. Fans will also have their say on their favourite moments.

This is a warm and witty celebration of the extraordinary power of Dynamo's magic through the eyes of his fans and celebrity friends. Fans will have their say on their favourite moments as the results are unveiled in a special countdown. This is a must-see addition to the phenomenal Dynamo franchise.

Good With Wood

6:40PM Documentary PG

In this most ambitious and awe-inspiring of finals, host Mel Giedroyc welcomes the three finalist woodworkers back to the workshop nestled in ancient woodland on Wales' Glanusk Estate.

In this most ambitious and awe-inspiring of finals, host Mel Giedroyc welcomes the three finalist woodworkers back to the workshop nestled in ancient woodland on Wales' Glanusk Estate.

Land Of Primates

6:40PM Documentary PG

In De Hoop nature reserve a family of Chacma baboons have made home around a sparkling lagoon. To find enough food to sustain them, they must cover large distances across De Hoop's landscape each day.

Worlds Most Scenic Railway Journeys

7:35PM Documentary PG

Our journey begins in the port city of Hualien, from where we travel north along the rugged Pacific coast, where the railway is flanked by dramatic cliffs.

Our journey begins in the port city of Hualien, from where we travel north along the rugged Pacific coast, where the railway is flanked by dramatic cliffs. Our first stop is Taiwan's greatest natural attraction. Hundreds of metres deep and 19-kilometres long, Taroko Gorge was created over millions of years by a combination of river erosion and mountain uplift. It's a truly memorable sight. We continue along the coast into Yilan County, Taiwan's most easterly region and a favourite destination for its cycling and hiking communities.

Impossible Engineering

7:35PM Documentary PG

The Pioneering Spirit is a behemoth of the shipping world. It is built for single lift installation and removal of large offshore oil and gas platforms, and the installation of oil and gas pipelines.

The Pioneering Spirit is a behemoth of the shipping world. It is built for single lift installation and removal of large offshore oil and gas platforms, and the installation of subsea oil and gas pipelines. It's the largest vessel of its kind on the planet. At 382 metres long and 124 metres wide, it is the size of two super tankers, has a deck area of eight football pitches, and built to operate in the harshest waters on the planet, at unprecedented speeds.

The Queen's Mother In Law

8:30PM Documentary PG

Featuring interviews with family members and previously unseen archive footage, this film sheds new light on Princess Alice, one of the royal family's most remarkable personalities.

Few people have heard of the Queen's mother-in-law, Princess Alice, but her life story almost defies belief. The mother of Prince Philip, Alice married into the Greek royal family, only to see the Greek monarchy overthrown by revolution. Fleeing into exile, she suffered a severe nervous breakdown, before being admitted to a mental hospital where she was treated by Sigmund Freud. Later, she hid Jews from the Nazis in World War Two, gave away all her possessions to help the poor, and founded her own religious order.

Hoarders

8:35PM Documentary MA

Kathy has hoarded out her triplex and a dance studio and is facing financial ruin if she can't clean up and rent out her spaces. Her twelve children will try to get her to face her demons.

Kathy has hoarded out her triplex and a dance studio and is facing financial ruin if she can't clean up and rent out her spaces. Her twelve children, including a daughter who developed split personality disorder to cope with the hoard, will try to get her to face her demons. Meanwhile, Elmira's hoard has become so bad that code enforcement is on the verge of condemning her home. Elmira's family will try to help her through the process.

Attica

9:25PM Documentary M

Drawing on the experiences and recollections of those who were there, Stanley Nelson's documentary tells the story of the famous prison rebellion on its 50th anniversary.

Drawing on the experiences and recollections of those who were there, Stanley Nelson's documentary tells the story of the famous prison rebellion on its 50th anniversary. In the fall of 1971, tensions between inmates and guards at the Attica Correctional Facility are at an all-time high. On the morning of September 9, it all comes to a head when inmates erupt into one of the largest U.S. prison riots ever witnessed.

Vice Guide To Film

4:25AM Documentary MA

George Clooney, Clive Owen and Emma Watson examine the bold moves and revolutionary innovations of Alfonso Cuaron, the Mexican director and Gravity creator whose diverse movies share a visceral impact

George Clooney, Clive Owen and Emma Watson examine the bold moves and revolutionary innovations of Alfonso Cuaron, the Mexican director and Gravity creator whose wildly diverse movies share a uniquely visceral impact.

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