Monday 1st July

Going Places With Ernie Dingo

10:00AM Documentary PG

Ernie visits the small community of Yirrkala in the Northern Territory to reconnect with some of the local Yolngu People and to learn more about what's happening on Country.

Inside The Desert City

2:00PM Documentary PG

What do a professional wrestler, a midwife, a baker, a wedding shop owner, one day old twins and a teenage journalist have in common? They are all residents of a unique desert city in Jordan.

What do a professional wrestler, a midwife, a baker, a wedding shop owner, one day old twins and a teenage journalist have in common? They are all residents of a unique desert city in Jordan called Zaatari. But Zaatari is no ordinary city, it's a refugee camp and home to some 80,000 Syrians who have fled the bombs and bullets of Syria's civil war and what was once a temporary camp has now become a city the size of Bath.

Mandela: The Passing Of An Icon

2:05PM Documentary PG

A South African news room braces itself to cover the biggest story of its existence - the death of the father of the nation.

Million Dollar American Princesses

4:05PM Documentary PG

Elizabeth McGovern follows the lives of Winnaretta Singer, Sara Murphy and Peggy Guggenheim as patrons of some of the most significant artists and writers of the 20th century.

Elizabeth McGovern follows the remarkable lives of Winnaretta Singer, Sara Murphy and Peggy Guggenheim from the salons of Paris to Venetian waterways as patrons of - and muses to - some of the most significant artists, sculptors and writers of the 20th Century.

The Supervet

5:00PM Documentary PG

Sports pundit Lee Dixon brings in his beloved rescue dog Ziggy, who is limping due to a cruciate ligament tear, an injury common amongst football players and one Lee is all-too-familiar with.

Sports pundit Lee Dixon brings in his beloved rescue dog Ziggy, who is limping due to a cruciate ligament tear, an injury common amongst football players and one Lee is all-too-familiar with, as a former Arsenal player. After a hard start to life as a rescue from Bosnia, Lee is desperate to get his teammate back to full fitness.

Grand Tours Of Scotland's Lochs

6:00PM Documentary PG

On this Grand Tour, Paul discovers the strategic wartime importance of Loch Ryan, and meets a man whose memory of those days is tinged with tragedy.

On this Grand Tour, Paul discovers the strategic wartime importance of Loch Ryan, and meets a man whose memory of those days is tinged with tragedy. In Stranraer, Paul discovers a legacy of Arctic exploration and an old can of bully beef, then meets a clan chief who tends a unique garden surrounded by two lochs. Reliving the days of steam trains, Paul walks the old railway line towards Loch Ken where a monster lurks beneath the waters. On the banks of Loch Trool, he discovers some rocky evidence of Bruce’s victory over the English in 1307, and then climbs the highest mountain south of Ben Lomond: the mighty Merrick.

Surviving

6:00PM Documentary G

Suzy Betts a Kokata, Wirangu and Mirning woman from Port Lincoln South Australia runs and operates camps for the Aboriginal students from Port Lincoln High School to take them back out on country.

Surviving

6:15PM Documentary G

Margaret O'Shane has come from very humble beginnings and has overcome many of life's obstacles and today enjoys it to the fullest. She is passionate about her identity and has a zest for life.

Margaret O'Shane has come from very humble beginnings and has overcome many of life's obstacles and today enjoys it to the fullest. She is passionate about her identity and has a zest for life.

Our Stories

7:00PM Documentary G

Against the stunning backdrop of the Dampier Peninsula north of Broome, young Bardi Jawi brothers must learn the skills of a fish trap by repairing the ancient ones that sit on their country.

Great American Railroad Journeys

7:30PM Documentary PG

Continuing from Philadelphia to Jamestown, Michael Portillo arrives in the nation's capital, Washington, DC, centre of political power in the world's most powerful country.

Continuing his trek from Philadelphia to Jamestown, Michael Portillo arrives in the nation's capital, Washington, DC, centre of political power in the world's most powerful country. Steered by his Appleton's Guide of 1879, he admires its fine public buildings, including the largest library in the world, and discovers how the capital was built from scratch after a political compromise between north and south. After this, he travels on to Mount Vernon, exploring a former slave market and visiting an archaeological dig along the way.

Life And Death Row

8:35PM Documentary M

In January 2014, 18-year-old Justin Back is brutally murdered in his own home. His friends Austin Myers and Timothy Mosley, are arrested for his murder. The pair give two very different stories.

In January 2014, Waynesville, Ohio, 18-year-old Justin Back is brutally murdered in his own home. Two of his 19-year-old friends, Austin Myers and Timothy Mosley, are arrested and charged with his murder. However, both give very different versions of events, begging the question - who is telling the truth?

Medicine Or Myth?

8:40PM Documentary PG

The panel may have come across a solution for Type 2 Diabetes, one of Australia's biggest epidemics. Plus, a weapon against head lice could be a celebration for parents around the country.

The panel may have come across a solution for Type 2 Diabetes, one of Australia’s biggest epidemics. Plus, a weapon against head lice could be a celebration for parents around the country.

First Australians

8:50PM Documentary PG

A Fair Deal for a Black Race - A mass political movement helps win constitutional rights in 1967, but it was built on successive, strategic campaigns conducted by the first Australians from the 1930s.

A Fair Deal for a Black Race - A mass political movement helped win constitutional rights in 1967, but it was built on successive, strategic campaigns conducted by the first Australians from the 1930s. Yorta Yorta man William Cooper forms the Australian Aborigines League in 1933 to continue his life-long campaign for equality. His nephew, Pastor Sir Doug Nicholls, became a champion for those affected by the Maralinga nuclear bomb tests in the 1950s. (Commissioned by SBS) (Documentary Series) (Rpt) PG CC

Dark Side Of The Ring

9:35PM Documentary MA

The last surviving brother of the legendary Von Erich wrestling dynasty revisits the inescapable tragedy that plagued his once iconic family.

The last surviving brother of the legendary Von Erich wrestling dynasty revisits the inescapable tragedy that plagued his once iconic family.

Fat Fight: The Battle Continues

9:40PM Documentary PG

In a final fight back against fat, Hugh sees the "Veg Power" advertising campaign which began last year go to a whole new level, in the hope it will change our kids' attitudes to vegetables.

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall is back with a special on a national health crisis that he’s determined to do something about. In this final showdown, he’s going to examine some of the marketing claims on ‘healthier’ products, unveil the truth about why we Brits love to snack, and challenge a family to rethink their portion sizes. And, after almost 100,000 people sign Hugh’s letter to the Health Secretary, he’s finally gets the interview he’s been after for months, discovering some exciting changes that are on the horizon.

Tuesday 2nd July

First Australians

12:10PM Documentary PG

A Fair Deal for a Black Race - A mass political movement helps win constitutional rights in 1967, but it was built on successive, strategic campaigns conducted by the first Australians from the 1930s.

A Fair Deal for a Black Race - A mass political movement helped win constitutional rights in 1967, but it was built on successive, strategic campaigns conducted by the first Australians from the 1930s. Yorta Yorta man William Cooper forms the Australian Aborigines League in 1933 to continue his life-long campaign for equality. His nephew, Pastor Sir Doug Nicholls, became a champion for those affected by the Maralinga nuclear bomb tests in the 1950s. (Commissioned by SBS) (Documentary Series) (Rpt) PG CC

Inside The Desert City

2:00PM Documentary PG

Presenters Anita Rani, A and E Doctor Javid Abdelmoneim and hostile environment expert Ben Timberlake discover how Zaatari, a refugee camp in Jordan for Syrians fleeing the war, has grown.

Presenters Anita Rani, A&E Doctor Javid Abdelmoneim and hostile environment expert Ben Timberlake discover how Zaatari, a refugee camp in Jordan for Syrians fleeing the war, has grown from a handful of tents in the desert to a fully functioning city of 80,000 people. And, as a new generation is born here, they'll be investigating how this remarkable city is looking to the future for the sake of its residents.

Last Chance High

2:05PM Documentary M

Amidst the most violent year in Chicago in 20 years, Keontay adopts a new life on the streets. As he flirts with death, old mentors attempt to persuade him to take another path.

Amidst the most violent year in Chicago in 20 years, Keontay adopts a new life on the streets. As he flirts with death, old mentors attempt to persuade him to take another path.

Surviving

2:30PM Documentary G

Suzy Betts a Kokata, Wirangu and Mirning woman from Port Lincoln South Australia runs and operates camps for the Aboriginal students from Port Lincoln High School to take them back out on country.

Last Chance High

2:30PM Documentary M

Former staff reconnect with old Montefiore students who lack the support the school once provided. Cortez tests his luck with the law while Montreal is making strides forward.

Former staff reconnect with old Montefiore students who lack the support the school once provided. Cortez tests his luck with the law while Montreal is making strides forward.

Surviving

2:45PM Documentary G

Margaret O'Shane has come from very humble beginnings and has overcome many of life's obstacles and today enjoys it to the fullest. She is passionate about her identity and has a zest for life.

Margaret O'Shane has come from very humble beginnings and has overcome many of life's obstacles and today enjoys it to the fullest. She is passionate about her identity and has a zest for life.

Who Do You Think You Are?

3:05PM Documentary PG

Peter Garrett discovers an ancestor at the forefront of social welfare in the NSW colony, and the secret life of his grandmother, a nurse in Western Australia's Lock Hospitals.

In one of Sydney's great convict buildings, Peter Garrett discovers an ancestor at the forefront of social welfare in the colony. He'll also unearth the secret life of his grandmother who worked in a forgotten area of first Contact - the Lock Hospitals in Western Australia. More than a century later, Peter follows his grandmother to remote Bernier Island, where Indigenous Australians suspected of having venereal disease were taken by force.

Million Dollar American Princesses

4:10PM Documentary PG

Elizabeth McGovern explores the bittersweet stories of Woolworths heiress Barbara Hutton, the original poor little rich girl.

Elizabeth McGovern explores the bittersweet stories of Woolworths heiress Barbara Hutton, the original poor little rich girl; rebellious beauty Clara Ward, who scandalized 19th Century society by posing for erotic photos; and Kathleen 'Kick' Kennedy whose journey for love led to tragedy.

The Supervet

5:00PM Documentary PG

The Supervet bounds back onto our screens this week with a giant Newfoundland puppy called Lola. Newfoundland dogs love water and Lola is never happier than when she's doggy paddling.

The Supervet bounds back onto our screens this week with a giant Newfoundland puppy called Lola. Newfoundland dogs love water and Lola is never happier than when she’s doggy paddling. Having been trained as a water rescue dog from the age of three months, unfortunately the now 20-month-old has developed a painful knee and also a painful shoulder that’s causing her to limp.

Grand Tours Of Scotland's Lochs

6:00PM Documentary G

Paul visits Kintyre and encounters a strange and spiritual cave painting on Davaar Island before sampling spirits of another kind in Campbeltown, famous the world over for whisky.

Paul visits Kintyre and encounters a strange and spiritual cave painting on Davaar Island before sampling spirits of another kind in Campbeltown, famous the world over for whisky. This leads him to uncover the story of the only coal mine in the highlands and a seam that runs all the way to Ireland. Heading up Loch Fyne, Paul joins the last of the Ring Net fishermen onboard a restored fishing boat heading to Lochgilphead where he tracks down the inventor of Scotland’s lost supercar - the Argyll Turbo. Journey’s end is in the middle of Loch Fyne on a truly remarkable relic of the ice age.

Around The Campfire

6:00PM Documentary G

The Blue Mountains are a tourist destination on the outskirts of Sydney. The community shows us around their cultural centres and how they are keeping the stories alive.

Around The Campfire

6:15PM Documentary G

Steve Ellis is a proud Goomeroi man who grew up in Mungindi and moved away at a young age. He loves going back home connecting to the land and being around family.

Our Stories

7:00PM Documentary PG

The story of how Sylvia Nakachi is developing art and resources to mount an art exhibition showcasing Torres Strait Island life and culture at the Logan City Gallery.

Going Places With Ernie Dingo

7:30PM Documentary PG

Ernie visits the small community of Yirrkala in the Northern Territory to reconnect with some of the local Yolngu People and to learn more about what's happening on Country.

Every Family Has A Secret

7:30PM Documentary PG

Sydney woman Li Ying Andrews searches for her lost past. Abandoned by an Uncle at an acrobatic school in Taiwan when she was just a small child, Li Ying grew up never even knowing her real name.

Sydney woman Li Ying Andrews searches for her lost past. Abandoned by an Uncle at an acrobatic school in Taiwan when she was just a small child, Li Ying grew up never even knowing her real name or her birthdate. Perth woman Marie-Anne Keefe, adopted as an infant, goes in search of her biological father after a terrible tragedy prevented her from ever meeting her mother.

100 Vaginas

9:30PM Documentary MA

In a provocative documentary, artist Laura Dodsworth photographs and interviews 18 British women - from teenager to pensioner - as they tell frank, funny, and powerful stories.

In a provocative documentary, artist Laura Dodsworth photographs and interviews 18 British women - from teenager to pensioner - as they tell frank, funny, and powerful stories of periods, pubic hair grooming, the trauma of rape and FGM, the joy of orgasms, the secrets of the clitoris, the wonders of birth and the impact of porn, gender and religion - to better understand this part of themselves and its definitive role in women’s lives.

Prostitution: What's The Harm?

9:35PM Documentary MA

A lively and thought-provoking documentary investigating the current state of prostitution in the UK, looking at young people's attitudes to the world's oldest profession.

A lively and thought-provoking documentary investigating the current state of prostitution in the UK, looking at young people’s attitudes to the world’s oldest profession. It is legal to buy sex in the UK, but there is a growing political movement to change that law. Reporter Billie J D Porter asks what the impact would be on those involved - the men who pay for sex, the women who sell it and the traffickers, brothel owners, and pimps - and she travels to other European countries to see how they deal with it. What do young people really think about paying for sex? Do men and women feel differently about the issue - and could the most harmful aspects of prostitution be dealt with through better enforcement of existing laws?

Te Araroa: Tales From The Trails

9:35PM Documentary PG

Pio Terei takes a fresh look at Aotearoa by foot, to connect with the people and local histories. The unspoilt landscapes hark back to when Maori and Pakeha explorers first encountered this land.

Hate Thy Neighbour

10:35PM Documentary MA

Jamali explores the highly charged issue surrounding the Confederate Flag with guidance from an unlikely champion, 'The Black Rebel'.

Jamali explores the highly charged issue surrounding the Confederate Flag with guidance from an unlikely champion, 'The Black Rebel'.

The Wrestlers

10:40PM Documentary M

A look at "Exoticos", male wrestlers who embrace the feminine and dress in drag inside the ring, and have been defying the macho side of Lucha Libre for decades.

A look at ‘Exoticos’, male wrestlers who embrace the feminine and dress in drag inside the ring, and have been defying the macho side of Lucha Libre for decades.

Police Custody: Human Cargo

3:05AM Documentary M

A large refrigeration lorry is stopped at Toddington Services North full of migrants that have been trafficked to the UK. The Lorry driver is under arrest and comes to Luton.

A large refrigeration lorry is stopped at Toddington Services North full of migrants that have been trafficked to the UK. The Lorry driver is under arrest and comes to Luton. The fifteen migrants are taken to three different stations because of capacity - five at Luton, five at Stevenage, and five at Kempston. A month later a member of the public alerts the police of possible illegal immigrants on the roadside near Toddington Services. A response team picks up three men and takes them to custody.

Woman With Gloria Steinem

4:00AM Documentary M

Every year, hundreds of women in El Salvador are being murdered just because they're women. Explore the culture of machismo and gang violence to find out why.

Every year, hundreds of women in El Salvador are being murdered just because they’re women. Explore the culture of machismo and gang violence to find out why.

Wednesday 3rd July

Going Places With Ernie Dingo

11:00AM Documentary PG

Ernie visits the small community of Yirrkala in the Northern Territory to reconnect with some of the local Yolngu People and to learn more about what's happening on Country.

Te Araroa: Tales From The Trails

12:00PM Documentary PG

Pio Terei takes a fresh look at Aotearoa by foot, to connect with the people and local histories. The unspoilt landscapes hark back to when Maori and Pakeha explorers first encountered this land.

Mparntwe: Sacred Sites

1:00PM Documentary PG

A look at the sacred sites in and around Mparntwe in Central Australia, and the struggle of the Arrernte people to identify, document and preserve these sites in the face of urban expansion.

Case 442

1:30PM Documentary PG

Frank Byrne was forcibly removed from his mother Maudie at the age of 5 and has been searching and yearning for her almost all of his life.

Last Chance High

2:10PM Documentary M

Cortez's mounting feud with a rival gang forces his family to flee Chicago. Keontay gets an unwelcomed visit by DHS. Montreal gets a breath of hope.

Cortez's mounting feud with a rival gang forces his family to flee Chicago. Keontay gets an unwelcomed visit by DHS. Montreal gets a breath of hope.

Around The Campfire

2:30PM Documentary G

The Blue Mountains are a tourist destination on the outskirts of Sydney. The community shows us around their cultural centres and how they are keeping the stories alive.

Around The Campfire

2:45PM Documentary G

Steve Ellis is a proud Goomeroi man who grew up in Mungindi and moved away at a young age. He loves going back home connecting to the land and being around family.

Jungletown

3:05PM Documentary PG

With the semester coming to an end, some will stay behind and some will be asked to leave. The interns return home and try to adjust to a life they left behind.

With the semester coming to an end, some will stay behind and some will be asked to leave. The interns return home and try to adjust to a life they left behind.

Million Dollar American Princesses

4:00PM Documentary PG

Elizabeth McGovern follows three extraordinary women who transform their lives - Nancy Astor, Nancy Lancaster, and international style icon Pauline de Rothschild.

Elizabeth McGovern follows the journeys of three extraordinary women who transform their lives - Nancy Astor, the first woman to take her seat in the British Parliament; Nancy Lancaster, legendary creator of the 'English Country House Look'; and international style icon Pauline de Rothschild.

The Supervet

5:00PM Documentary PG

Noel is faced with an emergency case that brings a particular challenge. A Persian cat named Simba has been hit by a car, and has suffered huge skin loss on his front left leg.

Noel is faced with an emergency case that brings a particular challenge. A Persian cat named Simba has been hit by a car, and has suffered huge skin loss on his front left leg and the bones on his right leg have been crushed. Simba’s family is distraught, but especially 11 year old Kian, who is severely autistic and has a special bond with Simba.

Desperate Measures

6:00PM Documentary G

Greg Davison was born in 1962. At the age of two he was taken from his family. In his late 20's he tracked down a brother who would help lead him home and shed some light to his little known past.

Desperate Measures

6:15PM Documentary G

On the anniversary of WWI, Tamara Pearson sets out to discover more about her 'gami' Norman Baird, a Kuku Yalanji digger, whom served in both world wars,

Our Stories

7:00PM Documentary G

When a traditional song that has lost its dance is given to a Brisbane Murri dance troupe, they embark on a spiritual journey of reconnection and healing.

88

7:30PM Documentary M

88 charts the historic events that led up to the grassroots mobilization of Indigenous communities throughout Australia to gather in protest against Australia Day in Sydney.

Going Places With Ernie Dingo

7:30PM Documentary G

Mount Kosciuszko in New South Wales is Ernie's destination this week. He meets up with a passionate ecologist, a deep thinking hiker and a Ranger each with their own unique connection to the area.

Mount Kosciuszko in New South Wales is Ernie’s destination this week. He meets up with a passionate ecologist, a deep thinking hiker and a Ranger each with their own unique connection to the area.

Where Are You Really From?

8:00PM Documentary PG

Michael looks at the forgotten history of the German speaking refugees of the Barossa Valley, and their fight to save a language that has been passed down for nearly 200 years.

Michael looks at the forgotten history of the German speaking refugees of the Barossa Valley, and their fight to save a language that has been passed down for nearly 200 years.

24 Hours In Emergency

8:35PM Documentary M

This episode features patients whose visions of the world are rocked by life-changing events - exploring what happens when our ideals and expectations meet the stark realities of life.

This episode features patients whose visions of the world are rocked by life-changing events - exploring what happens when our ideals and expectations meet the stark realities of life. 44-year old Sergio is flown to A&E by air ambulance with life-threatening chest injuries after an accident on a charity cycle ride.

One Mob To C-Gen

10:35PM Documentary G

One Mob to C-Gen is bigger and grander than ever, as a new crop of students from South East Queensland aim to bring their culture and stories to life through dance and song.

Dene A Journey

11:05PM Documentary PG

A journey of discovery as a different people undertake the task of discovering their traditional Dene language and culture by going out and experiencing time-honoured activities.

Woman With Gloria Steinem

4:00AM Documentary PG

The US locks up more women than any other country. Most of them have children, who are seven times more likely to end up in prison, creating a repeating cycle of incarceration.

The US locks up more women than any other country. Most of them have children, who are seven times more likely to end up in prison, creating a repeating cycle of incarceration.

Thursday 4th July

Dene A Journey

12:05PM Documentary PG

A journey of discovery as a different people undertake the task of discovering their traditional Dene language and culture by going out and experiencing time-honoured activities.

88

1:00PM Documentary PG

88 charts the historic events that led up to the grassroots mobilization of Indigenous communities throughout Australia to gather in protest against Australia Day in Sydney.

The Great Australian Race Riot

1:50PM Documentary M

Bestselling author and columnist Peter FitzSimons takes an explosive journey across Australia, reliving the country's forgotten race riots in this new documentary series.

Bestselling author, columnist, and raconteur Peter FitzSimons takes an explosive journey across Australia, reliving the country’s forgotten race riots. In his inimitable style, FitzSimons exposes heroes and villains on a journey that spans more than 170 years. Along the way, he demonstrates how mobs of every ethnicity have transformed our nation. FitzSimons sets out from the sands of Cronulla beach, site of Australia’s most notorious recent race riot, to quickly reveal that this riot was no aberration.

One Mob To C-Gen

2:00PM Documentary G

One Mob to C-Gen is bigger and grander than ever, as a new crop of students from South East Queensland aim to bring their culture and stories to life through dance and song.

Desperate Measures

2:30PM Documentary G

Greg Davison was born in 1962. At the age of two he was taken from his family. In his late 20's he tracked down a brother who would help lead him home and shed some light to his little known past.

Desperate Measures

2:45PM Documentary G

On the anniversary of WWI, Tamara Pearson sets out to discover more about her 'gami' Norman Baird, a Kuku Yalanji digger, whom served in both world wars,

World's Busiest Railway

2:55PM Documentary PG

Behind the scenes of this congested railway system is a station unseen by commuters. Train driving is a prestigious job in India with a salary around 7 times the national average.

Behind the scenes of this congested railway system is a station unseen by commuters. Robert visits a city-sized repair facility. Train driving is a prestigious job in India with a salary around seven times the national average. It takes around 12 years of training to qualify as a passenger train driver. Anita heads onto the roads of Mumbai to see if commuting by road is easier than rail. With an average speed of just 9 kilometres per hour, she discovers that progress is slow and hazardous by car. John visits two rural stations that still operate historical systems for train control and discovers how a silver ball can keep passengers safe.

World's Busiest Railway

4:00PM Documentary PG

In this final episode, Dan Snow, Anita Rani, Robert Llewellyn and John Sergeant consider the challenges faced by this station and ask what the future holds.

Nine people a day die on Mumbai's railway lines. Anita tackles the railway's head of safety on the measures they're taking to reduce this fatality rate. Dan meets two eye witnesses to 2008's terror attacks that claimed the lives of 52 people at the station. John is in the Western Ghats, one of India's biggest mountain ranges, revealing the heavy human cost of building the line connecting Mumbai to the south of India.

The Supervet

5:05PM Documentary PG

Albie, a 10-month-old spaniel puppy was on a camping holiday with his family when he was run over by a car. X-ray pictures from their local vet shows he has a broken lower back.

Albie, a 10-month-old spaniel puppy was on a camping holiday with his family when he was run over by a car. X-ray pictures from their local vet shows he has a broken lower back, and Professor Noel Fitzpatrick is worried that the nerves to his bladder may have been severed.

Our Footprint

6:00PM Documentary G

Arthur Malcolm was the first Aboriginal Bishop in the Anglican Church of Australia. Malcolm served as bishop to the Aborigine peoples of Northern Queensland until his retirement in 2000.

Our Footprint

6:15PM Documentary G

Euphemia Bostock is a proud Munanjali-Bundjalung Woman and Elder. Affectionately known as 'Phemie', she has shared her artistic journey with us in the landscape of the Australian Art Scene.

Our Stories

7:00PM Documentary PG

Anangu singer Zaachariaha Fielding of Electric Fields returns home to the central desert community of Mimili to reveal the inspiration behind his music and the challenges he overcame as a child.

The Great House Revival

7:30PM Documentary PG

The Sherrard Street House is a unique project where they must faithfully preserve Dublin's architectural patrimony and celebrate its overlooked 1840s heritage.

The Sherrard Street House is a unique project where they must faithfully preserve Dublin’s architectural patrimony and celebrate its overlooked 1840s heritage.

The Great House Revival

8:30PM Documentary G

A couple transform a derelict 19th-century schoolhouse in Cavan into a new home by building a timber-clad extension, but they find that it was made for functionality not comfort.

A couple transform a derelict 19th-century schoolhouse in Cavan into a new home by building a timber-clad extension, but they find that it was made for functionality not comfort.

Fox News: Divide And Conquer

9:30PM Documentary M

This feature deftly fuses the personal, the political, and the just plain surreal as it charts the origin, rise and downfall of Fox News Chairman and CEO Roger Ailes.

This feature deftly fuses the personal, the political, and the just plain surreal as it charts the origin, rise and downfall of Fox News Chairman and CEO Roger Ailes. Variously called a bulldog, a kingmaker and the Ernest Hemingway of campaign advisors, Ailes was the wizard of Oz. But he collected talent like dolls, and became consumed by paranoia about his own personal security.

Race For Justice

11:05PM Documentary M

This documentary explores this chaotic situation in the US, looking at major cases of police brutality, and interviewing social activists, families of victims, and academics.

American Justice

11:30PM Documentary M

The courts face their toughest test: how to deal with children who kill. Child crime is the key battleground in the election race to be Jacksonville's next State Attorney.

The courts face their toughest test: how to deal with children who kill. When he was 12 years old, Sharron Townsend was arrested for shooting a homeless man in the head. Now 14, he is facing justice. In Florida, children can be transferred to adult courts at the discretion of the State Attorney, so there is no upper limit on Sharron’s sentence. How will the Judge decide his fate? Sharron isn’t the only teenage killer in the Jacksonville justice system. Jeremiah Hill shot a man during a gun trade when he was 13 years old. Now the justice system must decide how best to protect society. Child crime is the key battleground in the election race to be Jacksonville’s next State Attorney. As voters go to the polls, will they choose to stick with incumbent Angela Corey’s tough approach or vote for change through challenger Melissa Nelson?

Flying Boomerangs

1:30AM Documentary PG

The Flying Boomerangs tour provides a cultural experience for these young Indigenous AFL players as they merge with local Indigenous communities in South Africa and show their skills on the park.

Hollywood Love Story

2:20AM Documentary MA

Moe is a cam girl crossing over into in-person sex work. At the same time, Moe is fighting to impact conventional standards of beauty and sexiness.

Moe is a cam girl crossing over into in-person sex work. At the same time, Moe is fighting to impact conventional standards of beauty and sexiness.

The Hidden Side Of Google

3:55AM Documentary G

By being ever present in our lives, Google has got to know a lot about us. But how much do we really know about Google? Gain an exclusive insight into the dark side of Google.

With 66 billion euros in revenue by the end of 2014, Google is the richest search engine company in the world and has become ubiquitous to the point of being used as a verb. By being ever present in our lives, Google has got to know a lot about us. But how much do we really know about Google? How did the big teenager become a giant octopus, a data swallower who took the opportunity to sneak itself into so many practical and free services that have become a vital part of our lives? Search engine dominance, data privacy violations, tax avoidance, stressed out employees: gain an exclusive insight into the dark side of Google.

Friday 5th July

Uluit: Champions Of The North

11:30AM Documentary PG

Join this remarkable all female Inuit hockey team as they skate their way to the 2010 Whale Cup. A rare view into the realities of life in a remote town a the deep sense of community and tradition.

Uluit: Champions Of The North

12:00PM Documentary PG

Join this remarkable all female Inuit hockey team as they skate their way to the 2010 Whale Cup. A rare view into the realities of life in a remote town a the deep sense of community and tradition.

Uluit: Champions Of The North

12:30PM Documentary PG

Join this remarkable all female Inuit hockey team as they skate their way to the 2010 Whale Cup. A rare view into the realities of life in a remote town a the deep sense of community and tradition.

Uluit: Champions Of The North

1:00PM Documentary PG

Join this remarkable all female Inuit hockey team as they skate their way to the 2010 Whale Cup. A rare view into the realities of life in a remote town a the deep sense of community and tradition.

Uluit: Champions Of The North

1:30PM Documentary G

Join this remarkable all female Inuit hockey team as they skate their way to the 2010 Whale Cup. A rare view into the realities of life in a remote town a the deep sense of community and tradition.

Climbing Lebanon

1:45PM Documentary M

Professional rock climber Sam Elias travels to Lebanon, where he reconnects with his extended family and scales an extremely difficult mountain route.

Professional rock climber Sam Elias travels to Lebanon, where he reconnects with his extended family and also scales an extremely difficult mountain route.

Nowhere Land

2:15PM Documentary PG

Told against the backdrop of the forced resettlement of Indigenous people, filmmaker Rosie Bonnie Ammaaq sees her beloved Baffin Island transformed into the world's largest open-pit iron mine.

Our Footprint

2:30PM Documentary G

Arthur Malcolm was the first Aboriginal Bishop in the Anglican Church of Australia. Malcolm served as bishop to the Aborigine peoples of Northern Queensland until his retirement in 2000.

Our Footprint

2:45PM Documentary G

Euphemia Bostock is a proud Munanjali-Bundjalung Woman and Elder. Affectionately known as 'Phemie', she has shared her artistic journey with us in the landscape of the Australian Art Scene.

Madame Tussaud: A Legend In Wax

4:00PM Documentary PG

Revisit the history of wax portraiture and popular entertainment in the 19th century, when Marie Tussaud - talented wax artist, entrepreneur, marketing pioneer - rose to status of National Treasure.

Marie Tussaud, a character rooted in the 18th revolutionary century, had a front row seat at two Revolutions: a political revolution in France and the Industrial Revolution in Britain. Following in her foosteps, revisit the history of wax portraiture and popular entertainment in full bloom in the early 19th century when Great Britain was undergoing an unprecedented industrial and economic boom. Marie Tussaud was a talented wax artist, as well as an entrepreneur, but also a marketing pioneer. She toured Ireland, Scotland and England with a travelling museum, before ending her life in London at the head of a colossal empire, the Madame Tussaud’s wax museum. How did a woman survive such dangerous times, and rise to the status of National Treasure in a country whose language she could barely master?

The Supervet

5:00PM Documentary PG

The Supervet faces one of his greatest practical and ethical challenges yet, when he's introduced to Hermes, a 5-year-old Hermann tortoise with only one good leg.

The Supervet faces one of his greatest practical and ethical challenges yet, when he’s introduced to Hermes, a 5-year-old Hermann tortoise with only one good leg. Sadly, Hermes was attacked whilst in his garden and lost three of his feet.

Grand Tours Of Scotland's Lochs

6:00PM Documentary G

Paul explores the wilds of Loch Etive and the spectacular tidal race of the Falls of Lora, where kayakers revel in the over-falls and ride a 3 metre standing wave.

Paul explores the wilds of Loch Etive, from the spectacular tidal race of the Falls of Lora, where kayakers revel in the over-falls and ride a 3 metre standing wave, to high altitude camping on a hill opposite Buchaille Etive More, watching the sunset and light up the hundreds of lochans across Rannoch Moor.

Unearthed

6:00PM Documentary G

Ruth is the first female IMP (Indigenous Marathon Project) athlete from South Australia. Born in Adelaide, Ruth has represented Australia in the junior matildas team in 2009.

Unearthed

6:15PM Documentary G

Nathan is an Indigenous emerging musician/singer who studies fulltime at CASM at Adelaide University. He hopes to create a successful career for himself as a country/rock artist.

Great British Railway Journeys

7:30PM Documentary G

Michael Portillo crosses the Emerald Isle uncovering Irish identity, forged at a time of political strife. Travelling through the beautiful landscape, he learns how it inspired the great poet WB Yeats

With his Victorian Bradshaw’s guidebook in hand, Michael Portillo crosses the Emerald Isle uncovering Irish identity, forged at a time of political strife. Travelling through the beautiful landscape, Michael learns how it inspired one of the 20th century’s greatest poets, WB Yeats. In Dromod, Michael learns how to make an Irish staple: a potato pancake, known as Boxty. At the home of the father of Irish fiddling, Michael attempts to master a traditional Irish dance.

Great British Railway Journeys

8:05PM Documentary G

On the last leg of Michael Portillo's long journey from Wexford to Westport, a fashionable Victorian seaweed bath is followed by a steamy scene in Ballina.

On the last leg of Michael Portillo’s long journey from Wexford to Westport, a fashionable Victorian seaweed bath is followed by a steamy scene in Ballina. On tenterhooks in Foxford, Michael discovers the visionary charity of an entrepreneurial nun. He learns of a double tragedy at Clew Bay and begins a pilgrimage to the summit of Ireland’s holy mountain, Croagh Patrick.

Walt Disney

8:40PM Documentary PG

To some, Disney was a visionary artist who had changed American popular culture for the better. But to others, he represented everything that was wrong with American culture.

Walt Disney - never has a person held such a commanding place in American life. Yet as familiar as his work was to young and old alike, Disney himself was something of an enigma. To his fierce defenders, Disney was a visionary artist and entrepreneur who had changed American popular culture for the better, grounding it once again in a spirit of hopeful promise and shared values. To his detractors, Disney represented everything that was wrong with American culture, from its saccharine sentimentality and simplification of history to its redirection of our attention from reality to fantasy. His life and legacy are unravelled in this intimate biography.

Mandela, My Dad And Me

9:00PM Documentary M

In 2014 Idris Elba released Mi Mandela, an album inspired by his time researching and playing Nelson Mandela in Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom. The music of South Africa influenced him profoundly.

Fuzoku: Sex Entertainment In Japan

9:55PM Documentary MA

In Tokyo, three women take us through the realm of fuzoku - the world of erotic entertainment in Japan. We follow them in host clubs where they drink and find escorts.

In Tokyo, three women take us through the realm of fuzoku; the world of erotic entertainment in Japan. Yuna is an aspiring actress in hard-core films, Nao engages clients in hard-chats and Miho is a well-known striptease artist. We learn about their dreams, we follow them at work and during their free time, in host clubs where they drink and find escorts, and in nightclubs where shibari, the art of sadomasochistic binding, is practiced.

Every Family Has A Secret

11:00PM Documentary PG

Sydney woman Li Ying Andrews searches for her lost past. Abandoned by an Uncle at an acrobatic school in Taiwan when she was just a small child, Li Ying grew up never even knowing her real name.

Sydney woman Li Ying Andrews searches for her lost past. Abandoned by an Uncle at an acrobatic school in Taiwan when she was just a small child, Li Ying grew up never even knowing her real name or her birthdate. Perth woman Marie-Anne Keefe, adopted as an infant, goes in search of her biological father after a terrible tragedy prevented her from ever meeting her mother.

Girls And Sex 2.0

12:00AM Documentary MA

How do young women in western countries live their sexuality in the age of the internet? Interviews with young women, sociologists & sexologists try to describe the standard woman.

How do women in western countries live their sexuality in the age of the internet? Over many years, feminism claimed the female sexual power, rejecting the image of women as sexual objects. Today’s younger generations take another approach. Interviews with young women, sociologists and sexologists try to describe what a standard woman is supposed to be today in western countries.

Make It Right

12:30AM Documentary PG

Barunga, in the Northern Territory, hosts an annual festival of Aboriginal sport and culture. In 1988, Prime Minister Bob Hawke was invited to attend and the Festival organisers had high expectations.

Saturday 6th July

Mandela, My Dad And Me

11:30AM Documentary PG

In 2014 Idris Elba released Mi Mandela, an album inspired by his time researching and playing Nelson Mandela in Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom. The music of South Africa influenced him profoundly.

Front Up 2000

12:55PM Documentary PG

Andrew Urban conducts his interviews on the streets of Australia with people randomly selected on the day. This week features Brian Wrigley, Jill Mateljan and Team Henderson.

Andrew Urban conducts his interviews on the streets of Australia with people randomly selected on the day. This week features Brian Wrigley, Jill Mateljan and Team Henderson.

Camels And The Pitjantjara

1:00PM Documentary PG

In the 1920s when motor vehicles replaced camels as a mode of supply in Central Australia, camels slowly went feral. However, in the 1960s, the Pitjantjara were still using camels for their travels.

Footprints On Our Land

1:50PM Documentary PG

From life on the missions in Yass to today, Footprints on Our Land captures Aunty Agnes' life as a survivor of racism, a caring mother and grandmother and a strong advocate for her community.

Unearthed

2:30PM Documentary G

Ruth is the first female IMP (Indigenous Marathon Project) athlete from South Australia. Born in Adelaide, Ruth has represented Australia in the junior matildas team in 2009.

Unearthed

2:45PM Documentary G

Nathan is an Indigenous emerging musician/singer who studies fulltime at CASM at Adelaide University. He hopes to create a successful career for himself as a country/rock artist.

Running Wild With Deion Sanders

4:30PM Documentary PG

World-renowned survivalist Bear Grylls takes NFL Hall of Famer Deion Sanders to the mesas and canyons of Utah for his first-ever camping trip.

World-renowned survivalist Bear Grylls takes NFL Hall of Famer Deion Sanders to the mesas and canyons of Utah for his first-ever camping trip. Even though Sanders is a fish out of water, he takes a huge leap of faith and accepts Bear's challenges.

Grand Tours Of Scotland's Lochs

5:20PM Documentary PG

Paul travels from Loch Gairloch to Loch Maree, a Grand Tour that includes meeting the king and queen of Islonia, matching a medieval feat of archery, and diving on a wartime wreck in Loch Ewe.

Paul travels from Loch Gairloch to Loch Maree, a Grand Tour that includes meeting the king and queen of Islonia, matching a medieval feat of archery, diving on a wartime wreck in Loch Ewe, and finding himself short changed at the money tree on an island in Loch Maree.

Grand Tours Of Scotland's Lochs

5:55PM Documentary G

Paul begins his Grand Tour with a chilly swim across Loch Ba high on Rannoch Moor, struggles against the elements train spotting, and meets some veteran Tunnel Tigers.

Paul begins his Grand Tour with a chilly swim across Loch Ba high on Rannoch Moor, struggles against the elements train spotting, and meets some veteran Tunnel Tigers - men who tunnelled deep inside the Grampians, diverting water to hydro-electric schemes.

Where Are You Really From?

6:00PM Documentary PG

Michael looks at the forgotten history of the German speaking refugees of the Barossa Valley, and their fight to save a language that has been passed down for nearly 200 years.

Michael looks at the forgotten history of the German speaking refugees of the Barossa Valley, and their fight to save a language that has been passed down for nearly 200 years.

Mythbusters: The Search

7:30PM Documentary

Ten hopeful hosts begin their quest by testing two tall tales - the fast and furious sideways ejector seat, and the most infamous football fable of all-time, Deflategate.

Ten hopeful hosts begin their quest by testing two tall tales - the fast and furious sideways ejector seat, and the most infamous football fable of all-time, Deflategate.

Inside Windsor Castle

7:35PM Documentary PG

In 2016, the Queen celebrated her 90th Birthday in an extraordinary series of events at Windsor. She paraded through the streets, attended a huge pageant and a glittering private dinner.

In 2016, the Queen celebrated her 90th Birthday in an extraordinary series of events at Windsor. She paraded through the streets, attended a huge pageant and a glittering private dinner. She welcomed President Obama on a State visit. It was a huge testament to her popularity. Windsor Castle, the Queen’s favourite home, was on show to the world.

My Life As I Live It

11:05PM Documentary M

An update on the film "My Survival As An Aboriginal", made in 1978. It shows how life has changed for the Aboriginal community of Brewarrina, far north west NSW.

Sunday 7th July

NAIDOC Award Winner Stories

3:05PM Documentary

A personal profile on the 2019 NAIDOC Person of the Year Award winner.

A personal profile on the 2019 NAIDOC Person of the Year Award winner.

NAIDOC Award Winner Stories

3:10PM Documentary

A personal profile on the 2019 NAIDOC Apprentice of the Year Award winner.

A personal profile on the 2019 NAIDOC Apprentice of the Year Award winner.

Medicine Or Myth?

3:15PM Documentary PG

The panel may have come across a solution for Type 2 Diabetes, one of Australia's biggest epidemics. Plus, a weapon against head lice could be a celebration for parents around the country.

The panel may have come across a solution for Type 2 Diabetes, one of Australia’s biggest epidemics. Plus, a weapon against head lice could be a celebration for parents around the country.

Maternity Leave

4:15PM Documentary PG

Investigate why America is one of two countries in the world that doesn't guarantee paid parental leave. Travel to Sweden and Papua New Guinea to see how the laws differ.

Investigate why America is one of two countries in the world that does not guarantee paid parental leave. Travel to Sweden and Papua New Guinea to see how the laws differ.

Toxic Garbage Island

5:05PM Documentary PG

The VICE crew travels across the ocean to document The Great Pacific Garbage Patch, home to millions of pounds of plastic waste from around the world. The trash has been accumulating for decades.

The VICE crew travels across the ocean to document The Great Pacific Garbage Patch, home to millions of pounds of plastic waste from around the world. The trash has been accumulating for decades, and by the looks of it, won’t stop growing anytime soon.

Stacey Dooley: Fashion's Dirty Secrets

6:20PM Documentary PG

Stacey Dooley travels the world to uncover the hidden costs of our addiction to fast fashion. She will see for herself how toxic chemicals released by the garment industry are polluting waterways.

Stacey Dooley travels the world to uncover the hidden costs of our addiction to fast fashion. She will see for herself how toxic chemicals released by the garment industry are polluting waterways that millions of people rely on.

Treaty

6:30PM Documentary G

Nayuka Gorri reflects on the history of Treaty. Through discussions with her grandmother Aunty Sandra Onus and friend Oscar Monaghan, they realise their position on Treaty has evolved.

Treaty

6:38PM Documentary G

Indigenous musician Robbie Bundle and two other Indigenous artists gather in the studio to discuss what Treaty is all about while also recording a song titled 'Unceded'.

Treaty

6:45PM Documentary G

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

Treaty

6:53PM Documentary G

Young Aboriginal people who are traditional custodians in Victoria explore the Treaty process with questions, concerns and their opinions.

Songlines on Screen

7:00PM Documentary PG

Yarripiri the giant ancestral taipan created the Jardiwanpa Songline through his journey, bringing songs, law and the Jardiwanpa fire ceremony to Warlpiri people.

Yarripiri the giant ancestral taipan created the Jardiwanpa Songline through his journey, bringing songs, law and the Jardiwanpa fire ceremony to Warlpiri people.

Speed With Guy Martin

7:25PM Documentary PG

Guy heads to the USA to compete alongside hundreds of fellow petrol heads in the fastest road race on the planet, the famous Nevada Open Road Challenge.

Guy heads to the USA to compete alongside hundreds of fellow petrol heads in the fastest road race on the planet, the famous Nevada Open Road Challenge. 90 miles of desert highway have their speed limits lifted for one day, attracting some of the world's fastest machinery. Rather than compete in a supercar or bespoke racing machine, Guy wants to enter his trusted work Ford Transit van. The only problem is, having been involved in a road collision, his van is currently a write-off.

Scotland: Rome's Final Frontier

7:30PM Documentary G

The incredible story of how Scotland became the Roman Empire's toughest military challenge.

The incredible story of how Scotland became the Roman Empire's toughest military challenge. At the height of its power, Rome boasted the domination of millions of people and vast tracts of lands as far east as Syria, Egypt in the south, Spain in the west and the Germanic wildernesses in the north. In 43AD Emperor Claudius' forces invaded and conquered Britain, but there was one small part of these barbarian lands that wasn't so easy to crush. Through some of Scotland's most extraordinary Roman sites and illuminating new archaeology, historian Dr Fraser Hunter shows how Scotland and its people defied an onslaught of Roman imperial power for over a century.

Going Places With Ernie Dingo

7:35PM Documentary PG

Mount Kosciuszko in New South Wales is Ernie's destination this week. He meets up with a passionate ecologist, a deep thinking hiker and a Ranger each with their own unique connection to the area.

Gurrumul

8:35PM Documentary

Gurrumul is a portrait of an artist on the brink of global reverence, and the struggles he and those closest to him faced in balancing that which mattered most to him and keeping the show on the road.

Celebrated by audiences at home and abroad, Indigenous artist Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu was one of the most important and acclaimed voices to ever come out of Australia. Blind from birth, he found purpose and meaning through songs and music inspired by his community and country on Elcho Island in far North East Arnhem Land. Living a traditional Yolngu life, his breakthrough album ‘Gurrumul’ brought him to a crossroads as audiences and artists around the world began to embrace his music.

Gurrumul

8:35PM Documentary

Gurrumul is a portrait of an artist on the brink of global reverence, and the struggles he and those closest to him faced in balancing that which mattered most to him and keeping the show on the road.

Celebrated by audiences at home and abroad, Indigenous artist Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu was one of the most important and acclaimed voices to ever come out of Australia. Blind from birth, he found purpose and meaning through songs and music inspired by his community and country on Elcho Island in far North East Arnhem Land. Living a traditional Yolngu life, his breakthrough album ‘Gurrumul’ brought him to a crossroads as audiences and artists around the world began to embrace his music.

The Gang Crackdown

10:35PM Documentary

Some 25 dead bodies have been found on Long Island since September of 2016. Dozens of immigrant teenagers are missing. Who is behind the wave of killings on Long Island?

As President Trump declares war on MS-13 and points to the killings on Long Island to justify efforts to ramp up deportations, The Gang Crackdown investigates the fraught relationship between immigrant communities and law enforcement, and whether the crackdown is making Long Island safer - or scapegoating innocent Hispanic teenagers.

Vice World Of Sports

11:35PM 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.

Vice World Of Sports

12:00AM Documentary PG

In college football, tradition is everything, and the battle between historically Black colleges, Southern and Grambling State, is a ritual unlike any other. Especially at halftime.

In college football, tradition is everything, and the battle between historically Black colleges, Southern and Grambling State is a ritual unlike any other. Especially at halftime.

Always Was Always Will Be

12:25AM Documentary G

This film documents the camp set up by a number of Aboriginal organisations to protect the Sacred Grounds of the Waugul in the middle of Perth from construction of a tourist centre and car park.

Made by Robert Bropho, Martha Ansara and the Aboriginal fringe dwellers of the Swan Valley, this film documents the camp set up by a number of Aboriginal organisations to protect the Sacred Grounds of the Waugul in the middle of Perth from construction of a tourist centre and car park. Explains the sacred beliefs and historic struggle of urban Aboriginals.

Hollywood Love Story

1:40AM Documentary MA

Maddie is an artist diagnosed with borderline personality disorder. She makes comedic memes while attempting to establish herself as an artist.

Maddie is an artist diagnosed with borderline personality disorder. She makes comedic memes while attempting to establish herself as an artist.

Hollywood Love Story

2:05AM Documentary MA

Mei just moved to LA from Philly and has given herself one year to build her lingerie brand. She started the lingerie line after a traumatic escorting experience.

Mei just moved to LA from Philly and has given herself one year to build her lingerie brand. She started the lingerie line after a traumatic escorting experience.

Monday 8th July

Going Places With Ernie Dingo

10:00AM Documentary PG

Mount Kosciuszko in New South Wales is Ernie's destination this week. He meets up with a passionate ecologist, a deep thinking hiker and a Ranger each with their own unique connection to the area.

Always Was Always Will Be

11:00AM Documentary G

This film documents the camp set up by a number of Aboriginal organisations to protect the Sacred Grounds of the Waugul in the middle of Perth from construction of a tourist centre and car park.

Made by Robert Bropho, Martha Ansara and the Aboriginal fringe dwellers of the Swan Valley, this film documents the camp set up by a number of Aboriginal organisations to protect the Sacred Grounds of the Waugul in the middle of Perth from construction of a tourist centre and car park. Explains the sacred beliefs and historic struggle of urban Aboriginals.

Gurrumul

11:35AM Documentary

Gurrumul is a portrait of an artist on the brink of global reverence, and the struggles he and those closest to him faced in balancing that which mattered most to him and keeping the show on the road.

Celebrated by audiences at home and abroad, Indigenous artist Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu was one of the most important and acclaimed voices to ever come out of Australia. Blind from birth, he found purpose and meaning through songs and music inspired by his community and country on Elcho Island in far North East Arnhem Land. Living a traditional Yolngu life, his breakthrough album ‘Gurrumul’ brought him to a crossroads as audiences and artists around the world began to embrace his music.

Mythbusters

12:00PM Documentary PG

After an epic 14 years of using science to separate fact from fiction, Mythbusters is coming to an end. But not before the most spectacular final season in TV history.

Since 2002, the Mythbusters have used science to separate fact from fiction but now, after an epic 14 years, that wild ride is coming to an end - but not before the most spectacular final season in television history. In this special episode, the MythBusters reveal what’s in store for their go big then go home final season, while also pulling back the curtain to showcase how this epic series got made with a behind-the-scenes exclusive.

Mythbusters

12:55PM Documentary PG

When it comes to countdowns the Mythbusters have been ramping it up for 14 years. And they're celebrating their explosive history with two spectacular tall tale big bangs.

MacGyver Cement Truck is a new twist on the old fan favourite. In a typical situation the mullet wearing hero MacGyver discovers a mail truck full of TNT and his quick thinking saves the day. Adam and Jamie come up against one of the trickiest and most testing set-ups they’ve ever encountered. Then in Hovercraft Hijinks the guys tackle the one explosive technology they’ve yet to come across in their 14 year history: landmines. Can a minefield really be safely traversed in a hovercraft? To get the answers they manufacture a minefield and hop aboard.

Go Back To Where You Came From

1:50PM Documentary PG

Six prominent Australians risk their lives to experience the reality of refugee life, as they embark on an extraordinary and confronting three week journey.

Six prominent Australians risk their lives to experience the reality of refugee life, as they embark on an extraordinary and confronting three-week journey. Tempers flare as the Australians - Peter Reith, Catherine Deveny, Angry Anderson, Michael Smith, Imogen Bailey and Allan Asher - move in with resettled refugees and asylum seekers. But nothing can prepare them for the twists and turns in store. They face mortal danger in the world’s deadliest cities - from the sweltering, war-torn capital of Somalia, Mogadishu, to the riotous streets of Kabul, freezing amidst the mountains of Afghanistan.

First Contact

2:00PM Documentary M

Ray Martin takes 6 well-known Australians with diverse preconceptions and opinions about our nation's Indigenous people on a journey into Aboriginal Australia.

Ray Martin takes a group of six well-known Australians with diverse, deeply intrenched preconceptions and opinions about our nation's Indigenous people on a journey into Aboriginal Australia when First Contact returns for a brand new season over three big nights. The participants are singer-songwriter Natalie Imbruglia, ex-One Nation politician David Oldfield, TV personality Ian 'Dicko' Dickson, comedian Tom Ballard, former Miss Universe Australia Renae Ayris, and actress Nicki Wendt. In this first episode, the journey begins in Uluru before host Ray Martin directs the group to Kununurra in the Kimberley, Western Australia, where the Aboriginal community is battling against alcohol, family violence and suicide.

NAIDOC Award Winner Stories

2:55PM Documentary

A personal profile on the 2019 NAIDOC Caring for Country Award winner.

A personal profile on the 2019 NAIDOC Caring for Country Award winner.

Who Do You Think You Are?

3:00PM Documentary PG

A lifetime in journalism has seen Ray Martin witness many defining moments of his time. Looking into his own history he finds his forbears too were on the frontline of nation shaping events.

A lifetime spent in journalism has seen Ray Martin witness some of the defining moments of his time. Looking into his own history he finds his forbears too were on the frontline of nation shaping events - discovering an ancestor at the scene of Australia's greatest armed rebellion. On his maternal side he walks in the footprints of his indigenous ancestors to solve a long-standing family mystery. And he follows his convict trail back to Ireland to find a notorious bandit with a rebel heart.

NAIDOC Award Winner Stories

3:00PM Documentary

A personal profile on the 2019 NAIDOC Female Elder of the Year Award winner.

A personal profile on the 2019 NAIDOC Female Elder of the Year Award winner.

Going Places With Ernie Dingo Series 1 (30min) 3

4:00PM Documentary PG

Ernie travels to the Great Barrier Reef to meet people who call this unique part of the world home. He catches up with Yindinji elder Gudju Gudju, Jamie a toxicologist, and Gareth skipper of Monsoon.

Ernie travels to the Great Barrier Reef to meet people who call this unique part of the world home. He catches up with Yindinji elder Gudju Gudju, Jamie a toxicologist, and Gareth skipper of Monsoon.

Surviving

6:00PM Documentary G

Lola Forester has always been one to keep her ear to the ground - She is one of our veterans of the air-waves. But who is Lola? Tune in get to know the person beneath the leopard skin.

Surviving

6:15PM Documentary G

When Sean Dewar was in high school things were looking good until a tragic bus crash coming down a treacherous range took the lives of eight of his school mates and turned his life up side down.

When Sean Dewar was in high school things were looking good until a tragic bus crash coming down a treacherous range took the lives of eight of his school mates and literally turned his life up side down.

Songlines on Screen

7:00PM Documentary PG

Marrimarrigun is the story of two young men hunting in Marrar country, and who get ripped from the land by the notoriously ferocious and fast tides.

Great American Railroad Journeys

7:30PM Documentary PG

Michael Portillo arrives in Manassas, Virginia, scene of two crucial battles during the American Civil War.

Michael Portillo arrives in Manassas, Virginia, scene of two crucial battles during the American Civil War. In Fredericksburg, he tries bottling bourbon corn whiskey and learns how it became the nation's spirit. In Richmond, the ex-politician enjoys a tour of the Virginia state Capitol building, where he hears of the dilemma faced by one of its most famous sons, General Robert E Lee, before donning his dancing shoes for a Cotillion ball. Michael ends his journey in Jamestown, the first permanent English settlement in North America.

Medicine Or Myth?

8:30PM Documentary PG

In this episode, Trish shares her grandmother’s remedy for ingrown toenails that comes from a remote Malaysian village. Meanwhile, former nomad Juliana has a remedy for period pain.

In this episode, Trish shares her grandmother’s remedy for ingrown toenails that comes from a remote Malaysian village. Meanwhile, former nomad Juliana has a remedy for period pain from the jungles of Indonesia.

The Curse Of Oak Island

8:35PM Documentary

Brothers Rick and Marty Lagina now own most of the mysterious Oak Island. Determined to resurrect the 200 year old search for treasure, they explore an abandoned shaft called 10-X.

Brothers Rick and Marty Lagina now own most of the mysterious Oak Island. Determined to resurrect the 200 year old search for treasure, they explore an abandoned shaft called 10-X. What they find gives them reason to believe that the stories of something buried on the island may very well be true.

First Australians

9:00PM Documentary PG

We Are No Longer Shadows - Losing control of the land had the most devastating impact on the First Australians. The struggle for land rights continues and one of its heroes is Eddie Mabo.

We Are No Longer Shadows - Losing control of the land had the most devastating impact on the first Australians. The struggle for land rights continues to this day and one of its heroes is Eddie Koiki Mabo. Mabo fought for Australian law to recognise that his people own Murray Island, where they have lived for generations. In 1992, six months after his death, the highest court in the land decides in Mabo's favour. (Commissioned by SBS) (Documentary Series) (Final) (Rpt) PG CC

Dark Side Of The Ring

9:30PM Documentary MA

The legacy of wrestling's biggest female star, The Fabulous Moolah, is re-examined after controversial allegations surface following her death.

The legacy of wrestling's biggest female star, The Fabulous Moolah, is re-examined after controversial allegations surface following her death.

Australiana: Island Queens

11:00PM 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.

Souvenir

12:25AM Documentary PG

This short film destroys any remaining shreds of the mythology of a fair and just Canada. The message is clear: we are still here. Attempts to 'get rid of the Indian problem' have failed.

Whadjuk To Wadjemup

12:30AM Documentary PG

In 2014, a team of Aboriginal people from various regions of WA united in an attempt to swim into the history books and become the first 'All Aboriginal' relay team to compete in the Rottnest Channel.

Reversing Female Circumcision

2:15AM Documentary MA

VICE News reports on a little-known surgery that restores sexual function to the clitoris for women who had their genitals mutilated as children.

VICE News reports on a little-known surgery that restores sexual function to the clitoris for women who had their genitals mutilated as children. The program follows a 32-year-old prospective patient who was mutilated at the age of six in Somalia, and who now lives and works as a nurse in the United States.

Great British Railway Journeys

4:00AM Documentary G

Michael Portillo sets off on four new railway journeys which will take him across Britain. In this first episode, he joins the cracker packers of Carlisle on the factory floor.

Using a 19th century Bradshaw’s Handbook for travelling through Victorian Britain, Michael Portillo sets off on four new railway journeys which will take him across Britain. In this first episode, he joins the cracker packers of Carlisle on the factory floor. He really takes the biscuit as he investigates the Victorian appetite for the custard cream on his new journey through northwest Britain.

Great British Railway Journeys

4:30AM Documentary G

Michael Portillo continues his journey through the Lake District where he discovers a magical world of talking rabbits, ducks, hedgehogs & mice, who have entertained children for more than 100 years.

Michael Portillo continues his journey through the Lake District where he discovers a magical world of talking rabbits, ducks, hedgehogs and mice, who have entertained children for more than 100 years. At the village home of author and illustrator Beatrix Potter, he learns about her legacy and her fears about the railways. Fuelled by a Victorian energy bar, Michael presses on to Brantwood, home of the Victorian art critic, John Ruskin. He finishes with a brief encounter at Carnforth.

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