Thursday 1st July

Carry The Flag

12:45PM Documentary PG

This is a rich and powerful story of a man whose design created meaning for a people once invisible to mainland Australia, the people of the Torres Strait

Bamay

1:20PM 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.

Stolen Glory: The Tale Of Porky Brooke

1:50PM Documentary PG

It was always Graeme's dream to follow his famous cousin, Lionel Rose into the ring, and that he did. This is the first time he has spoken about his career, which was tragically cut short.

North America With Simon Reeve

2:00PM Documentary PG

Simon Reeve continues his journey through the Americas. In this fourth leg of the journey Simon travels from Texas and down the length of Mexico.

Simon Reeve continues his journey through the Americas. In this fourth leg of the journey Simon travels from Texas and down the length of Mexico. In Texas, Simon joins the US Border Patrol who constantly pick up migrants who have illegally crossed the dangerous Rio Grande river in search of a new life in the United States.

Great British Railway Journeys

3:00PM Documentary PG

Armed with his early 20th century Bradshaw's Guide, Michael Portillo embarks on a new journey through Britain's industrial heartland in the footsteps of King George V.

Armed with his early 20th century Bradshaw’s Guide, Michael Portillo embarks on a new journey through Britain’s industrial heartland in the footsteps of King George V. Starting at what was then the gateway to Lancashire - Warrington - Michael discovers this was no ordinary royal tour. He learns how it began with huge excitement among townsfolk, whose mayor Dr George Joseph received the royal party in the parlour of Warrington’s magnificent town hall.

Forged In Fire

6:15PM Documentary M

In this special edition of Forged in Fire, four bladesmiths must create a signature slasher blade that would give Freddy Krueger nightmares.

In this special edition of Forged in Fire, four bladesmiths must create a signature slasher blade that would give Freddy Krueger nightmares.

Our Stories

7:00PM Documentary PG

Sally Palmer reveals the story and legacy of her mother, Agnes Palmer, who walked the streets of Santa Teresa throwing prayers to the wind and asking for healing to be brought to her people.

Great Asian Railways Journeys

7:30PM Documentary PG

Michael Portillo embarks on a two-part rail adventure through Thailand from the northern city of Chiang Mai to Kanchanaburi on the River Kwai, and from Bangkok to the southern beach resort of Hua Hin.

Michael Portillo embarks on a two-part rail adventure through Thailand from the northern city of Chiang Mai to Kanchanaburi on the River Kwai, and from Bangkok to the southern beach resort of Hua Hin.

First Footprints

7:30PM Documentary PG

First Footprints is the untold story of how Aboriginal people came to Australia over 50,000 years ago and adapted and thrived in this harsh continent.

The Curse Of Oak Island

8:30PM Documentary M

Matty Blake joins Rick and Marty Lagina in the War Room to behold the incredibly impressive display of artefacts unearthed and collected during this instalment of the Curse of Oak Island.

Matty Blake joins Rick and Marty Lagina in the War Room to behold the incredibly impressive display of artefacts unearthed and collected during this instalment of the Curse of Oak Island.

Cat Ladies

9:20PM Documentary PG

A filmmaker interviews four women whose lives and self-worth are tied together with their cats. What happens to a cat lover that turns her into a cat hoarder?

A filmmaker interviews four women whose lives and self-worth are tied together with their cats. What happens to a cat lover that turns her into a cat hoarder?

Message From Mungo

10:40PM Documentary PG

Award winning story of the interaction between scientists and the Custodians of Indigenous heritage at Lake Mungo, one of the worlds richest archaeological sites.

Alex Polizzi The Fixer

2:55AM Documentary PG

Alex finds a fix for a seaside business struggling with change. Marlene and Ray Messer followed their seaside dream and bought the Singing Kettle tearooms in Torquay, but their dreams soon fall apart.

Alex finds a fix for a seaside business struggling with change. Marlene and Ray Messer followed their seaside dream and bought the Singing Kettle tearooms in Torquay. But ‘the seaside’ has undergone enormous change as an area to do business. Their cafe has taken a turn for the worse and the couple are only those able to adapt will survive. Can Alex get the Singing Kettle to brush off the cobwebs of a by-gone coastal era and learn to identify a new target market?

Cruising With Jane McDonald

4:00AM Documentary PG

Jane continues her cruise to New Zealand''s North Island. Known for its outdoor adventures and activities, Jane becomes a dare devil and takes us on a white-knuckle ride.

Jane continues her cruise to New Zealand’s North Island. Known for its outdoor adventures and activities, Jane becomes a dare devil and takes us on a white-knuckle ride. She begins in Wellington, the nation’s Capital city. Jane travels 900m above sea level in the nearby mountains to test her mettle with quad biking. Jane has the time of her life and takes in the stunning views from an awesome height.

Friday 2nd July

First Footprints

10:00AM Documentary PG

First Footprints is the untold story of how Aboriginal people came to Australia over 50,000 years ago and adapted and thrived in this harsh continent.

Boxing For Palm Island

12:00PM Documentary PG

Palm Island is a tiny slice of QLD that sums up the contradictions of the state - great physical beauty sullied by great prejudice. A place with a dark history and a less than stellar reputation.

Boxing For Palm Island

12:30PM Documentary PG

Palm Island is a tiny slice Queensland that sums up the contradictions of the state - great physical beauty sullied by great prejudice. A place with a dark history and a less than stellar reputation.

Who Killed Malcolm Smith?

1:00PM Documentary PG

A heart breaking, award winning film written and presented by Richard Frankland, which tells the story of Malcolm Smith, an Aboriginal man who died while in custody in 1982.

North America With Simon Reeve

2:00PM Documentary M

In this fifth leg of the journey Simon travels across Central America, from the Caribbean to the Pacific. He begins diving on a coral reef on the coast of northern Belize.

In this fifth leg of the journey Simon travels across Central America, from the Caribbean to the Pacific. He begins diving on a coral reef on the coast of northern Belize, and visits a rescue centre for orphaned manatees - the strange and elusive marine mammals threatened by collisions with tourist boats.

The Joy Of Painting With Bob Ross

5:05PM Documentary G

Bob Ross uses monochromatic tones to convey the icy coldness of a silvery lake surrounded by lacy trees and bushes - brr!

Bob Ross uses monochromatic tones to convey the icy coldness of a silvery lake surrounded by lacy trees and bushes - brr!

Forged In Fire

6:05PM Documentary M

The final two smiths that survive a daunting round of tests return to their home forges to create a weapon that helped steal from the rich and give to the poor - Robin Hood's Steel Takedown Bow.

The final two smiths that survive a daunting round of tests return to their home forges to create a weapon that helped steal from the rich and give to the poor - Robin Hood's Steel Takedown Bow.

Secrets of the Angkor Empire

7:35PM Documentary PG

Host Peter Lee witnesses how some of the same challenges that ended the Khmer Empire still resound in modern Angkor.

Host Peter Lee witnesses how some of the same challenges that ended the Khmer Empire still resound in modern Angkor. The rise of visitor numbers has had a drastic effect on the area’s water table and the stability of the monuments, echoing the challenges faced by the Khmer Empire.

Dynamo: Magician Impossible

8:30PM Documentary M

Dynamo touches down in the land of sun, surf, and dreams, California. Dynamo takes us along the pacific highway, mystifying and amazing everyone along the way.

Dynamo touches down in the land of sun, surf, and dreams, California. Dynamo takes us along the pacific highway, mystifying and amazing everyone along the way. From ripping coins for hustlers on the hilly streets of San Francisco to producing a bucket full of money for a busker on the neon avenues of LA.

Sex Tape Germany

9:20PM Documentary MA

Sophie and Martin, Viktoria and Neo, and Jacky and Nancy share their sex tapes with Jana Welch.

Sophie and Martin, Viktoria and Neo, and Jacky and Nancy share their sex tapes with Jana Welch.

The Big Wet

10:30PM Documentary PG

The Big Wet is a striking visual record of a particular wet season in the tropical north of Australia. It starts with the last days of the Dry in September and concludes with the first fires in April.

Saturday 3rd July

Rome: What Lies Beneath

2:00PM Documentary PG

Dan Snow attempts to use the latest satellite technology to reveal the secrets of the Roman Empire.

Dan Snow attempts to use the latest satellite technology to reveal the secrets of the Roman Empire. Together with space archaeologist Sarah Parcak, Dan sets out to identify and then track down lost cities, amphitheatres and forts in an adventure that sees him travel through some of the most spectacular parts of the vast empire. Cutting-edge technology and traditional archaeology help build a better understanding of how Rome held such a large empire together for so long.

Hitler's World: The Post War Plan

4:35PM Documentary PG

We examine how the Nazis began to stamp their image on Germany and the nations that had fallen under the German jackboot.

We’ll examine how the Nazis began to stamp their image on Germany and the nations that had fallen under the German jackboot. From Hitler’s plans to redesign Berlin as the capital of the world, to the destruction of Warsaw to make way for a Nazi Model City, as an ever-expanding building program acted as a catalyst for the enslavement, extermination and destruction of entire nations, histories and cultures.

Seconds From Disaster

5:10PM Documentary PG

Seconds From Disaster examines the tactical and strategic reasons behind the catastrophe with focus on the testimony of the U.S. Rangers involved in the battle.

On October 3, 1993, U.S. soldiers from the elite units of the U.S. Army's Rangers and Delta Force stormed a building in Mogadishu, Somalia, to capture key lieutenants in warlord Mohamed Farrah Aidid's clan. What should have been a simple snatch-and-grab operation lasting under an hour, turned into a day and night battle that resulted in the deaths of 18 Rangers and an estimated 500 to 1,000 Somali civilians. The U.S. Army suffered its heaviest losses since the Vietnam War.

Seconds From Disaster

6:05PM Documentary PG

Over two days in spring of 1996, eight climbers died on the descent from Mount Everest.

Over two days in spring of 1996, eight climbers died on the descent from Mount Everest. A fierce storm, hubris, ambition, and a series of errors contributed to make this the deadliest day in the history of the mountain.

Walking Britain's Lost Railways

7:30PM Documentary PG

Rob Bell discovers the now-abandoned lines that unlocked the wild coastline of north Devon. He begins by following the dramatic Barnstaple and Ilfracombe Railway.

Rob Bell discovers the now-abandoned lines that unlocked the wild coastline of north Devon. He begins by following the dramatic Barnstaple and Ilfracombe Railway, and then crosses to the Lynton and Barnstaple Railway.

Bamay

10:00PM Documentary G

BAMAY is back with more slow TV. In this episode we showcase beautiful Arrernte and Warlpiri country – with locations such as Mparntwe Alice Springs and the Ellery Creek Big Hole.

Sex In The World's Cities

10:50PM Documentary MA

In Stockholm, anything goes, except what's forbidden. The Swedish capital, known for its open-mindedness, knows how to cultivate a paradox.

In Stockholm, anything goes, except what's forbidden. The Swedish capital, known for its open-mindedness, knows how to cultivate a paradox. Prostitution is authorised, but being a client of one is forbidden. From primary school, sex education lessons are given to children, detailing the mechanics of reproduction, pleasure and physiognomy. As for couples, they make love with all the lights on.

Darumbal, Ngaro, Guugu Yimithirr, Tiwi

11:00PM 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.

Arrernte Country

11:30PM Documentary G

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

Sex In The World's Cities

11:50PM Documentary MA

This episode explores the sexual nature of Ho Chi Minh City. Where the Vietnamese Playboy magazine must censor nipples and the gay community freely surfs dating sites such as the Tap Me App.

In Ho Chi Minh City, formerly named Saigon, people waver between Confucius and bandwidth. On the one hand, Nam Magazine, the Vietnamese Playboy must rise to the challenge of publishing sexy photos without revealing any nipple. On the other hand, the gay community freely surfs dating sites, using the Tap Me app.

Australiana: Island Queens

1:00AM Documentary PG

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

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

Epicly Later'd

1:40AM Documentary MA

Patrick O'Dell explores the careers and lives of some of the most influential people in skateboarding - and in the culture at large. Patrick talks to legendary pro skater Bam Margera.

Filmmaker Patrick O’Dell explores the careers and lives of some of the most influential people in skateboarding - and in the culture at large. In this episode, Patrick speaks to legendary pro skater and star of the film Jackass, Bam Margera. Bam talks about his struggles to overcome substance abuse and the loss of his best friend, and his efforts to return to skateboarding.

Sunday 4th July

Chinese Dating With The Parents

12:00PM Documentary G

Single hopefuls reach out to the famed Meng Fei for help with their love problems. The catch? Any potential partners must go through a gruelling interrogation with the contestant's parents.

Single hopefuls reach out to the famed Meng Fei for help with their love problems. But there is a catch - any potential partners must go through an intensive and gruelling interrogation with the contestant’s parents to proceed to the next stage.

Chinese Dating With The Parents

1:00PM Documentary PG

Single hopefuls reach out to the famed Meng Fei for help with their love problems. The catch? Any potential partners must go through a gruelling interrogation with the contestant's parents.

Single hopefuls reach out to the famed Meng Fei for help with their love problems. But there is a catch - any potential partners must go through an intensive and gruelling interrogation with the contestant’s parents to proceed to the next stage.

Hitler's World: The Post War Plan

4:35PM Documentary PG

Recreation, Leisure, and Nazism. Not words you would normally put together. But for Adolf Hitler, they were an integral part of his plan to control Germany's workforce.

Recreation, Leisure, and Nazism. Not words you would normally put together. But for Adolf Hitler, they were an integral part of his plan to control Germany’s workforce, and indoctrinate citizens of the Third Reich with the ideals of the Nazi Regime. In this episode, we’ll see how Hitler used the Olympic games to promote Nazism. We also look at how he controlled the leisure time and holidays of his Citizens by developing the world’s largest travel agency, and how by constructing the world’s biggest beach resort, he hoped to brainwash the people of the Reich in preparation for WW2.

Abandoned Engineering

6:00PM Documentary PG

We aim for the stars and find out why unwanted battleship guns allow the United States to gain vital information about the borders of space.

We aim for the stars and find out why unwanted battleship guns allow the United States to gain vital information about the borders of space. We ask how the shattered remains of a secret Nazi base became the first on the path to a new world, with the development of the ground-breaking V2 rocket. We explore a forgotten structure deep in the Arizona desert to ask if it is the true home of America’s space programme. We reveal the bizarre link between a discarded oil drum and a Cold War struggle to survive in zero gravity.

First Australians

6:25PM 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.

Life After People

6:50PM Documentary PG

Chicago and Atlanta were once the economic powerhouses of their respective regions. One was known as the City of the Big Shoulders, the other as the Crossroads of the South.

Chicago and Atlanta were once the economic powerhouses of their respective regions. One was known as the City of the Big Shoulders, the other as the Crossroads of the South. Now, man is gone, and both are under siege from an outbreak of violent, chaotic, natural forces.

Treasures Of Malta

7:30PM Documentary PG

At only 17 miles across it may be the world’s tenth smallest country - but don’t be fooled by its diminutive size. Bettany Hughes discovers how Malta is a cultural hub.

At only 17 miles across it may be the world’s tenth smallest country - but don’t be fooled by its diminutive size. Bettany Hughes discovers how Malta is a cultural hub laden with some of the world's most precious treasures. This is an island where civilisations from East, West, North and South have met and cross-fertilised.

The Buildings That Fought Hitler

7:40PM Documentary PG

Explores the structures built into the natural hill barriers surrounding London, and the public and private air raid shelters built to protect the capital's 8 million inhabitants during the Blitz.

Explores the structures built into the natural hill barriers surrounding London, and the public and private air raid shelters built to protect the capital's 8 million inhabitants during the Blitz.

When The River Runs Dry

7:45PM Documentary PG

In January 2019 videos of grown men near Menindee weeping as they held decades old Murray Cod that perished in the green oxygen starved soup that is all that remained of the Darling River went viral.

WWE Legends

8:30PM Documentary M

Showcases the life and legacy of WWE icon Roddy Piper. Through a variety of interviews, photos and archival footage, viewers get a behind-the-scenes look.

Showcases the life and legacy of WWE icon Roddy Piper. Through a variety of interviews, photos and archival footage, viewers get a behind-the-scenes look at the unforgettable pro-wrestler both in and out of the ring.

Gifts Of The Maarga

8:45PM 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.

Dark Side Of The Ring

10:10PM Documentary MA

After enduring a horrific car wreck, Brian Pillman masks his injuries while pushing his body to the brink. His untimely death leaves his young family struggling to cope.

After enduring a horrific car wreck, Brian Pillman masks his injuries while pushing his body to the brink. His untimely death leaves his young family struggling to cope.

Citizen's Unrest And Brazil's Little Flu

11:00PM Documentary MA

VICE correspondent Alzo Slade heads to the centre of the protest movement in Minneapolis to see how the city is grappling with the death of George Floyd.

VICE correspondent Alzo Slade heads to the centre of the protest movement in Minneapolis to see how the city is grappling with the death of George Floyd. VICE News’ Krishna Andavolu meets the 'virus hunters' on a mission to prevent the next pandemic. As the world races to find a vaccine for COVID-19, these scientists warn the worst may be yet to come.

Bamay

11:30PM 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.

Jackson: The Last Abortion Clinic

12:05AM Documentary MA

Abortion remains legal in the United States, but anti-abortion efforts have succeeded in making it virtually inaccessible in some places and in the Deep South. Only one clinic remains.

Abortion remains legal in the United States but anti-abortion efforts have succeeded in making it virtually inaccessible in some places and in the Deep South, often unthinkable. At one time Mississippi had fourteen abortion clinics. Now only one remains.

Student Sex Workers

1:50AM Documentary MA

It's estimated that 1 in 20 students work in the sex industry. Some have found alternate ways to pay off their student loans - from stripping and web-camming, to escorting and porn.

It's estimated that 1 in 20 students work in the sex industry. Some have found alternate ways to pay off their student loans - from stripping and web-camming, to escorting and porn. Undergrads complain that the rising cost of rent, food, and bills can’t be covered with a part time job on minimum wage.

Monday 5th July

When The River Runs Dry

10:30AM Documentary PG

In January 2019 videos of grown men near Menindee weeping as they held decades old Murray Cod that perished in the green oxygen starved soup that is all that remained of the Darling River went viral.

Wiradjuri & Nari Na

11:30AM Documentary G

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

Going Places With Ernie Dingo

12:00PM Documentary G

In southeast SA where the Murray River meets the ocean, Ernie kayaks the Coorong and connects with the Ngarrindjeri people, meeting a world-renowned weaver and visiting the community of David Unaipon.

In southeast SA where the Murray River meets the ocean, Ernie kayaks the Coorong and connects with the Ngarrindjeri people, meeting a world-renowned weaver and visiting the community of David Unaipon.

Strait To The Plate

1:00PM 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.

Hand Talk Bush Hunt

1:30PM Documentary G

Handsigns (Marumpu Wangka) are used to communicate for a variety of purposes by Aboriginal people across Australia. These four short videos highlight their use by Kukatja people in WA.

Hand Talk Trilogy

1:45PM Documentary G

These short videos highlight their use by Kukatja speaking people living in the community of Balgo, WA. They illustrate how hand signs connect to bush hunts, tracks shown through sand drawing & humor.

Nyami Ngaarlu-Gundi Woman of the Water

2:00PM Documentary PG

A Gumbaynngirr Elder and poet who uses ceremony for healing herself and other women, is invited to the Venice Biennale to perform a ceremony on the world stage.

Going Places With Ernie Dingo

2:00PM Documentary G

Ernie visits Queensland's Stradbroke Island and meets up with traditional owners, spends time with a talented artist, and gets up close and personal with Manta Rays.

Ernie’s visits Queensland’s Stradbroke Island and meets up with traditional owners, spends time with a talented artist, and gets up close and personal with Manta Rays.

Going Places With Ernie Dingo

2:30PM Documentary G

The dry and remote Lake Mungo in New South Wales west is Ernie's destination. He meets up with a traditional owner, a guide, and an AFLW footy player working on her farm.

The dry and remote Lake Mungo in New South Wales west is Ernie’s destination. He meets up with a traditional owner, a guide, and an AFLW footy player working on her farm.

Going Places With Ernie Dingo

3:00PM Documentary G

Ernie explores the Queensland's Gold Coast Hinterland region first with a hot air balloonist, then through eyes of an artist, and lastly with the experiences of a young traditional owner.

Ernie explores the Queensland’s Gold Coast Hinterland region first with a hot air balloonist, then through eyes of an artist, and lastly with the experiences of a young traditional owner.

The Joy Of Painting With Bob Ross

5:15PM Documentary G

An abandoned shipping boat hugs a pier in a water scene that Bob Ross completes with some charming old dockside storage sheds.

An abandoned shipping boat hugs a pier in a water scene that Bob Ross completes with some charming old dockside storage sheds.

Talking Language

6:00PM Documentary G

Talking Language with Ernie Dingo is a personal journey providing a unique understanding of how knowledge of Aboriginal languages is shaped by ancestral connections to the land, stars, animals and sea

Forged In Fire

6:15PM Documentary M

After an intense round of testing the remaining two smiths return home to recreate a brutal European pole axe - the Bardiche.

After an intense round of testing the remaining two smiths return home to recreate a brutal European pole axe - the Bardiche.

Utopia Generations

6:30PM Documentary PG

A worried grandfather tracks his grandson down to bring him home and take him through Country and through Law.

Our Stories

7:00PM Documentary PG

Aboriginal people have gathered and hunted bush tucker as ceremony on the Foreshore for generations, but recent human impacts on the ecosystem are forcing Traditional owners to adapt.

Buwarrala Aryah

7:30PM Documentary PG

Buwarrala-Journey is a traditional walk for the Karrwa, Yanyuwa, Mara and Kurdanji peoples of the Gulf of Carpentaria in northern Australia.

Secrets of The Tower Of London

7:35PM Documentary PG

This special episode gives exclusive access to an archaeological dig near the Chapel, led by HRP Assistant Buildings Curator Alf Hawkins.

This special episode gives exclusive access to an archaeological dig near the Chapel, led by HRP Assistant Buildings Curator Alf Hawkins. Never before has there been an excavation like this at the Tower, with incredible discoveries adding to its ever-growing history and mystery. In this Tower first, we follow the findings from the moment two skeletons are discovered, through to their scientific examination and respectful reinternment in the chapel of ST Pete ad Vincula, the Tower’s parish church.

Secret Scotland

8:30PM Documentary PG

Nestled in the South West of Scotland, Ayrshire is a place of rolling countryside and stunning coastlines. But it was also home to the nation’s most famous son - the poet Robert, or Rabbie, Burns.

Nestled in the South West of Scotland, Ayrshire is a place of rolling countryside and stunning coastlines. But it was also home to the nation’s most famous son - the poet Robert, or Rabbie, Burns. Susan is shown the house he grew up in - and gets up close to one of his most precious artefacts, usually locked away in a fireproof safe. She is told the raunchy tales behind his poems - and hears a special rendition of perhaps his most famous work - Auld Lang Syne.

Our Law

9:00PM Documentary PG

At WA's first Indigenous-run police station in Warakurna, two Noongar officers learn Yarnangu Lore and culture and master the local Ngaanyatjarra language to police in a more meaningful way.

24 Hours In Emergency

9:25PM Documentary M

Josh is brought to A&E following a fall playing American football, it becomes rapidly evident that he has broken his ankle. As doctors assess the damage to the limb we hear from his partner Amy.

Josh is brought to A&E following a fall playing American football, it becomes rapidly evident that he has broken his ankle. As doctors assess the damage to the limb we hear from his partner Amy. She explains how they met and that they are due to be married but their wedding is now in jeopardy.

Black Lives Matter: A Global Reckoning

10:10PM Documentary M

takes a deep dive into the treatment of Black Italians, both immigrants and natives to Italy. The country’s citizenship laws and treatment of immigrants are explored.

takes a deep dive into the treatment of Black Italians, both immigrants and natives to Italy. The country’s citizenship laws and treatment of immigrants are explored.

Tharawal & Inningai Country

1:10AM Documentary G

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

Arrernte Country

1:35AM Documentary G

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

60 Days In

1:55AM Documentary M

Jeff is the seventh and final participant entering the Clark County Jail. Isaiah and Robert are both struggling with life inside, and fear their covers may be blown.

Jeff is the seventh and final participant entering the Clark County Jail. Isaiah and Robert are both struggling with life inside, and fear their covers may be blown. Robert takes matters into his own hands by making a risky move, forcing Captain Maples to follow through with consequences. Zac is on the hunt for illegal drug use in C-pod. In the female pod, Tami clashes with another inmate, leading to a blow up.

Going Places With Ernie Dingo

3:50AM 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.

Going Places With Ernie Dingo

4:20AM 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.

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