Saturday 1st February

My Life As I Live It

12:00PM Documentary PG

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.

My Survival As An Aboriginal

1:00PM Documentary PG

Essie Coffey, a black activist and musician, shows the conflicts of living as an Aboriginal under white domination.

Mont Saint-Michel, Scanning The Wonder

2:30PM Documentary PG

The town and Abbey of the Mont St Michel built on a tiny rocky tidal island overlooking the Bay has captured the imagination of millions of visitors.

The town and Abbey of the Mont St Michel built on a tiny rocky tidal island overlooking the Bay has captured the imagination of millions of visitors. The settlement on the island dates back to the 8th Century. The maze-like constructions overlapping one another unfold over centuries: Pagan temple, a haven for hermits, a Roman abbey, a Gothic marvel, a fortress and a cursed prison. Historians and archaeologists have never ceased to study and restore the site to try and decipher the traces of its multiple functions.

Nyurruwyi Yurrampi

5:00PM Documentary G

A captivating oral history recounting the establishment of Yuendumu community and the changes it brought to its Yapa inhabitants as seen through their own eyes.

Travel Man

5:05PM Documentary PG

Richard Ayoade and actress Sally Phillips head to Stockholm for a fulsome 48 hours in the Swedish capital. Together they scale rooftops, visit the ABBA museum, eat Swedish Danish and stay up late.

Richard Ayoade and actress Sally Phillips head to Stockholm for a fulsome 48 hours in the Swedish capital. Together they scale rooftops, visit the ABBA museum, eat Swedish Danish, and stay up late playing on their phones. Despite a shared sufferance of vertigo Richard and Sally fearlessly try Stockholm’s only rooftop tour. Harnessed and helmeted they inch their way around the roof of the former parliament building scoping the city as they go.

Cruising California

5:35PM Documentary PG

After a lifetime's wait to see America's 'golden state', Jane does it in style, sailing up the California coast on a luxury 3,000-berth cruise ship.

After a lifetime’s wait to see America’s ‘golden state’, Jane does it in style, sailing up the California coast on a luxury 3,000-berth cruise ship. The journey takes in some of the USA’s most recognisable landmarks, from LA’s iconic ‘Hollywood’ sign, to San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge.

Urban Native Girl

6:00PM Documentary PG

Lisa sends Metis writer Cole Alvis into Toronto's two-spirit community to explore the space between sexuality and gender.

Skindigenous

6:30PM Documentary PG

If Keone Nunes had never picked up the tools and answered the call to master of kakau, there would likely be no traditional tattooing in Hawaii today.

Skindigenous

7:00PM Documentary PG

Seattle-born artist Nahaan sees tattoo, like many other forms of artistic expression, as a political act and a form of resistance.

Front Up 2003

7:00PM Documentary PG

Andrew Urban conducts his interviews on the streets of Australia with people randomly selected on the day.

Andrew Urban conducts his interviews on the streets of Australia with people randomly selected on the day.

Flavours Of Tohoku

7:30PM Documentary PG

Meet Japan enthusiast Bridie Shepherd and join her as she travels through Tohoku experiencing some of the region's most sought-out flavours.

Meet Japan enthusiast Bridie Shepherd and join her as she travels through Tohoku experiencing some of the region’s most sought-out flavours. In Minamisoma, Bridie comes face to face with the fierce samurai, before going to Shiogama Fish Market to sample a stunning mix of Japan’s freshest seafood. Next up, she travels to Morioka, where she dives head first into an epic noodle eating challenge steeped in six centuries of tradition. Can she beat the local champion?

The Secrets Of Coca-Cola

7:30PM Documentary PG

The Secrets Of Coca-Cola: The Billion Dollar Beverage reveals how a murky brown medicine invented in 1886, containing cocaine, became the best-selling soft drink of all time.

The Secrets Of Coca Cola: The Billion Dollar Beverage reveals how a murky brown medicine invented in 1886, containing cocaine, became the best-selling soft drink of all time. Cameras are allowed access to the company’s gigantic bottling factory in Wakefield for the first time.

Culture Warriors

7:35PM Documentary G

This series profiles some of our top contemporary artists. This week features Arthur Koo'ekka Pambegan Jr, Christine Christophersen and H J Wedge.

The Curse Of Oak Island

7:40PM Documentary PG

As Rick and Marty Lagina return to Oak Island, they discover that not only does borehole 10-X contain even more secrets than previously thought, but new technology could prove that treasure is around.

As Rick and Marty Lagina return to Oak Island, they discover that not only does borehole 10-X contain even more secrets than previously thought, but new technology could prove that treasure exists on the island.

American Boyband

8:00PM Documentary M

Brockhampton shoots four music videos for the new album, Saturation. Kevin directs a large-scale music video for his song, Miserable America.

Brockhampton shoots four music videos for their new album, Saturation. Kevin directs a large-scale music video for his song, Miserable America.

Korraiyn

11:35PM Documentary G

Korraiyn explores the unique style and connection to country of Indigenous surfers. It also reveals how for Australia's saltwater people surfing is more that just wave riding.

One Mob To C-Gen

1:30AM 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.

Britain's Ancient Capital: Orkney

1:50AM Documentary G

The archaeologists dive deep beneath the waves in search of the inspiration behind the first stone ring, spend the night on an abandoned island, and test the technology behind bronze-age saunas.

Andy Torbet dives below the waves in search of the inspiration for the first stone circle, Chris Packham and Neil Oliver spend the night on an abandoned island as they hunt for clues as to why cultures change, Shini Somara tests the technology behind bronze-age saunas and the archaeologists uncover a remarkable find.

Vice Guide To Film

2:05AM Documentary MA

Ben Affleck, Jesse Eisenberg and Robin Wright zero in on the meticulous technique of David Fincher, whose controlled mixture of craftsmanship and showmanship has created a series of thrillers.

Ben Affleck, Jesse Eisenberg and Robin Wright zero in on the meticulous technique of David Fincher, whose controlled mixture of craftsmanship and showmanship has created a series of thrillers casting a long, dark shadow over modern American cinema.

The Island With Bear Grylls

2:50AM Documentary M

Bear Grylls examines how the two groups from different generations survived their five weeks as castaways to determine if it was the wisdom of age or the energy of youth that proved the most valuable.

Bear Grylls examines how the two groups from different generations survived their five weeks as castaways to determine if it was the wisdom of age or the energy of youth that proved the most valuable.

Exodus: Our Journey

3:50AM Documentary M

Ali and Sharin are newlyweds from Afghanistan. They have spent the last month camping on the streets, of Thessaloniki, waiting for smugglers to get them across heavily guarded borders.

Ali and Sharin are newlyweds from Afghanistan. They have spent the last month camping on the streets, of Thessaloniki, waiting for smugglers to get them across the heavily guarded borders into Macedonia and Serbia. This is not the honeymoon they dreamed of.

Sunday 2nd February

Lucknow

3:00PM Documentary PG

Produced by SBS Hindi, this is an insightful documentary on the origins of the name of the NSW town of Lucknow. It's also the capital of the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.

Produced by SBS Hindi, this is an insightful documentary on the origins of the name of the NSW town of Lucknow. It's also the capital of the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.

The Truth About Fussy Eaters

3:10PM Documentary PG

An intimate, inside look at the daily lives of very selective eaters. It touches on subjects that affect everyone; our perceptions of taste, our parenting skills, and how dislikes are formed.

Is it picky eating, or a food disorder? Some children who appear to be fussy eaters actually have an eating disorder which makes them fearful of eating. Those who suffer from Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID), a newly categorised eating disorder, find the very sight of food makes them feel sick, and this programme explores this eating disorder. The Truth About Fussy Eaters is an intimate, inside look at the daily lives of very selective eaters and ARFID sufferers. It touches on subjects that affect everyone; our perceptions of taste, our parenting skills, and how phobias and dislikes are formed.

Vice World Of Sports

4:00PM Documentary PG

The tiny village of Iten, Kenya is home to the fastest runners in the world, with more record-holders than anywhere else - and a pair of testy twins from New Zealand.

The tiny village of Iten, Kenya is home to the fastest runners in the world, with more record-holders than anywhere else - and a pair of testy twins from New Zealand.

George Clarke's Shed Of The Year

4:05PM Documentary G

The first episode tackles two categories - normal and eco. First up are the 'Normal' sheds, which are, in fact, anything but, including the dream city railway shed.

The first episode tackles two categories - normal and eco. First up are the ‘Normal’ sheds, which are, in fact, anything but, including the dream city railway shed, which houses an incredible miniature train set which runs on 3,000 ft of track. The Judges also cast their eye over the ‘Eco’ category, which features a garden shed that bears a striking resemblance to an owl.

States Of Undress

4:40PM Documentary PG

In a country with its own stories of violence and protest, Hailey discovers that beauty is the most popular, and dangerous, pursuit for its people.

In a country with its own stories of violence and protest, Hailey discovers that beauty is the most popular, and dangerous, pursuit for its people.

Nazi Megastructures

5:30PM Documentary PG

June 1944. The battle for Saipan is the ultimate test of the megastructure underpinning Japan's forces in WWII - the warrior mindset.

June 1944. The battle for Saipan is the ultimate test of the megastructure underpinning Japan’s forces in WWII - the warrior mindset.

Front Up 2003

6:30PM Documentary G

Andrew Urban conducts his interviews on the streets of Australia with people randomly selected on the day.

Andrew Urban conducts his interviews on the streets of Australia with people randomly selected on the day.

Colour Theory: Underground

7:00PM Documentary PG

Narisha 'Nish' Cash truly challenges the misconceived idea that the world of graffiti art is a man's world. Nish's journey of rebellion thrust her into a landscape where not many females existed.

Engineering Space

7:00PM Documentary PG

The story of the first mission to look for life on another world, as told by the engineers charged with safely landing a spacecraft on the surface of Mars.

The incredible story of the first mission to look for life on another world - told by the engineers charged with safely landing a spacecraft on the surface of Mars and creating a miniaturised laboratory to search for life on the Red Planet.

Australia In Colour

7:30PM Documentary PG

Sport and comedy offer some relief from the hunger and hopelessness of the Great Depression - at least until war breaks out. Australia sends troops to Europe to fight beside Britain.

Sport and comedy offer some relief from the hunger and hopelessness of the Great Depression - at least until war breaks out. Australia sends troops to Europe to fight beside Britain, but when Japan invades Pearl Harbor, the nation turns to America for protection and pulls troops out of the Middle East. Fighting reaches Darwin.

Songs From The Inside

7:35PM Documentary PG

Season Two Premiere: Fears and unexpected talent emerge inside the cells as prisoners prepare to meet the stars who will mentor them.

Hoarders

7:55PM Documentary M

28-year-old June lives in a mobile home filled with keepsakes like Care Bears and Cabbage Patch dolls.

28-year-old June lives in a mobile home filled with keepsakes like Care Bears and Cabbage Patch dolls. She’s not only facing violations of the city’s fire codes, but a strained relationship with her 13-year-old daughter, Tori.

Songs From The Inside

8:05PM Documentary PG

Lesson One, Beginnings: The first lesson delivers a second chance and a stark reality that new beginnings means facing the past and all its secrets.

63 Up

8:30PM Documentary M

The latest instalment of the ground-breaking, award-winning documentary series from director Michael Apted returns to visit the people whose lives have been followed since they were seven.

The latest instalment of the ground-breaking, award-winning documentary series from director Michael Apted (Gorky Park, Gorillas in the Mist) returns to visit the people whose lives have been followed since they were seven.

63 Up

9:25PM Documentary PG

In this episode we catch up with Bruce, the boarding school boy who was filmed, aged 7, missing his daddy. Growing up, he longed to be a missionary in Africa.

In this episode we catch up with Bruce, the boarding school boy who was filmed, aged 7, missing his daddy. Growing up, he longed to be a missionary in Africa, but chose a teaching career in the UK instead. As retirement looms, he reflects on his life and work.

63 Up

10:25PM Documentary PG

In this final episode, Paul and Symon - who were filmed at 7 growing up in the same children's home - have an emotional reunion in Australia where Paul emigrated as a teenager.

In this final episode, Paul and Symon - who were filmed at 7 growing up in the same children’s home - have an emotional reunion in Australia where Paul emigrated as a teenager. We catch up with Neil, one of the series’ most memorable characters with perhaps the most dramatic course of life events.

Civilisations

11:20PM Documentary M

Simon Schama begins Civilisations with this premise: that it is in art - the play of the creative imagination - that humanity expresses its most essential self.

Simon Schama begins Civilisations with this premise: that it is in art - the play of the creative imagination - that humanity expresses its most essential self: the power to break the tyranny of the humdrum, the grind of everyday.

Stolen Glory: The Tale Of Porky Brooke

12:20AM Documentary M

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.

Look Me In The Eye

12:25AM Documentary PG

In a social experiment based on the study of neuroscientists, this episode hosted by Ray Martin features Barrie, 75, and his son Nigel, 51, who haven't seen each other in 40 years.

Barrie, 75, and his son Nigel, 51, haven't seen each other in over 40 years. After Barrie's marriage to Nigel's mother ended, he was so heartbroken he didn't reach out. He now wants a relationship with his son. Jac attempted to meet her biological father, Gerry, when she was a teenager, but he let her down. She finally met him when she was in her 30s, and although they connected instantly, they're yet to forge a strong relationship. Jac wants Gerry to meet her own kids and be truly present in her life. High school sweethearts Sam and Tina ended their relationship six years ago. Sam has never explained his decision to end their relationship or the truth about his sexuality as a bisexual man. Sam wants to put their friendship back on track.

Forbidden Lie$

1:20AM Documentary M

Explores whether Norma Khouri's bestselling memoir 'Forbidden Love' is fact or fiction. The book deals with the supposed honour killing of Khouri's Muslim best friend, Dalia in Jordan.

A program exploring whether Norma Khouri's bestselling memoir 'Forbidden Love' is fact or fiction. The book deals with the supposed honour killing of Khouri's Muslim best friend Dalia in Jordan. Experienced Australian film-maker Anna Broinowski gives Norma Khouri a chance to explain.

Vice Guide To Film

2:00AM Documentary MA

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

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

Exodus: Our Journey

3:20AM Documentary PG

The impact of the rise of the right reverberates across Europe. Nazifa and Latif make a potentially life changing decision. We revisit Israa and her family from the first series of Exodus.

The impact of the rise of the right reverberates across Europe. Nazifa and Latif make a potentially life changing decision. We revisit Israa and her family from the first series of Exodus, who risked their lives escaping Syria in 2015 and made the terrifying journey to Europe when borders were open and refugees welcome. They’re living in a flat in Germany and Israa faces her first day at school. Meanwhile, Azizula must face his fears and attempt to cross the Hungarian border knowing it is patrolled by armed guards who use dogs to deter and attack the refugees attempting to cut through the fence from Serbia to Hungary.

Great British Railway Journeys

4:25AM Documentary G

Michael Portillo finally reaches the capital, the heart of the Empire in Bradshaw's time. Ariving at St Pancras, Michael discovers this magnificent station's troubled history.

Michael Portillo finally reaches the capital, the heart of the Empire in Bradshaw’s time. Arriving at St Pancras, Michael finds out about this magnificent station’s troubled history and the recent £800 million pound makeover that has transformed it into a stunning international terminus. He also gains a sneak preview of the St Pancras Hotel from former security guard Roydon Stock. Roydon looked after the building for over 30 years before it began to be renovated and knows all it secrets.

Monday 3rd February

Colour Theory: Underground

10:00AM Documentary PG

Narisha 'Nish' Cash truly challenges the misconceived idea that the world of graffiti art is a man's world. Nish's journey of rebellion thrust her into a landscape where not many females existed.

Songs From The Inside

11:00AM Documentary PG

Season Two Premiere: Fears and unexpected talent emerge inside the cells as prisoners prepare to meet the stars who will mentor them.

Songs From The Inside

11:30AM Documentary PG

Lesson One, Beginnings: The first lesson delivers a second chance and a stark reality that new beginnings means facing the past and all its secrets.

North To South: NZ's Wildest Journey

2:10PM Documentary G

A spectacular overland route from Auckland on New Zealand's north island, down to the south by way of multiple forms of transport including railways, sailing and driving.

A spectacular overland route from Auckland on New Zealand’s north island, down to the south by way of multiple forms of transport including railways, sailing and driving. The city gives way to rolling pastures, volcanic extremes, tranquil waterways, the rough Otago high country and grandeur of the Southern Alps and Milford Sound.

Our Stories

7:00PM Documentary G

This story of -determination explores an Indigenous-led school program that's achieving real educational outcomes for the lives of disadvantaged kids from regional and remote Australia.

Through The Wormhole

7:30PM Documentary G

Our understanding of the universe and reality has drastically changed over the last 100 years, and it's on the verge of another seismic shift based on the Large Hadron Collider findings.

The Royal Family Affairs & Infidelities

7:35PM Documentary M

Love, betrayal, adultery - blue-blooded royals show they're just as red-blooded as anyone else. Royal-watchers tell us what happened between Charles, Camilla, Diana, and James Hewitt.

Love, betrayal, adultery - blue-blooded royals show they’re just as red-blooded as anyone else. Royal-watchers tell us what happened between Charles, Camilla, Diana, and James Hewitt. How did Fergie’s financial advisor John Bryan come to literally worship at her feet. Plus, how claims of a secret lovechild rocked the Royals.

Karla Grant Presents Elements

8:30PM Documentary PG

Travel into the traditional homelands of the Lardil people of Mornington Island, where they share a special relationship with Mother Earth that began when the land was created by their ancestors.

Michael Mosley: Trust Me, I'm A Doctor

8:35PM Documentary PG

Michael Mosley finds out why fizzy drinks make people eat more. Dr Zoe Williams investigates whether caffeine boosts your physical performance, and surgeon Gabriel Weston looks at the pancreas.

Michael Mosley finds out why fizzy drinks make you eat more, Dr Zoe Williams investigates whether caffeine boosts your physical performance, and surgeon Gabriel Weston looks into the new artificial pancreas that could transform life for diabetics.

Merchants Of The Wild

9:00PM Documentary PG

After their first warm night, the adventurers take on a long paddle on the open lake, arriving at a secluded beach to learn from an Elder how to tie traditional fishing nets.

Sex Tape UK

9:25PM Documentary MA

Three couples with sex and relationship issues film their most intimate moments, sharing their sex tapes as they seek to relight the fire with input from a relationship therapist.

Three couples with sex and relationship issues film their most intimate moments, sharing their sex tapes as they seek to relight the fire with input from a relationship therapist.

24 Hours In Police Custody

9:30PM Documentary M

Detectives investigate when a coroner asks police to look into the sudden death of a 48-year-old woman in Cambridgeshire, and the hunt for clues takes the investigation right across Europe.

Detectives investigate when a coroner asks police to look into the sudden death of a 48-year-old woman in Cambridgeshire, and the hunt for clues takes the investigation right across Europe.

Escorts

10:25PM Documentary MA

Alyson and Jennifer together have more than 55 years in their profession. As many other escorts, they began their careers in massage parlours, where they met and became friends.

Alyson and Jennifer together have more than 55 years in their profession. As many other escorts, they began their careers in massage parlours, where they met and became friends. Over the years, their main challenge has been reconciling their careers with their family lives. They discuss their differing opinions on the subject.

King Of The Road

1:05AM Documentary MA

The race starts in Reno with a relay. Evan crushes while Glick gets stage fright. The Books are handed out and Foundation ends the night with a tender moment at a wedding chapel.

The race starts in Reno with a relay. Evan crushes while Glick gets stage fright. The Books are handed out and Foundation ends the night with a tender moment at a wedding chapel.

Exodus: Our Journey

3:50AM Documentary M

This final episode of the series follows the fate of Nazifa and her family as they make a final attempt to reach Germany. We meet Sadiq, and it took him just 45 days to travel from Afghanistan.

This final episode of the series follows the fate of Nazifa and her family as they make a final attempt to reach Germany. We meet Sadiq, and it took him just 45 days to travel from Afghanistan to his dream destination of Finland but the welcome he experienced when he arrived has not sustained. Across Europe policies have changed and deals have been struck. If Sadiq’s asylum claim fails, he faces forced deportation. Across the Atlantic, the USA is no longer welcoming refugees from the Middle East. President Trump’s executive orders have far reaching consequences for those who were on the verge of emigrating to join family members already in the USA.

Tuesday 4th February

Merchants Of The Wild

12:00PM Documentary PG

After their first warm night, the adventurers take on a long paddle on the open lake, arriving at a secluded beach to learn from an Elder how to tie traditional fishing nets.

Through The Wormhole

12:30PM Documentary G

Our understanding of the universe and reality has drastically changed over the last 100 years, and it's on the verge of another seismic shift based on the Large Hadron Collider findings.

World's Most Dangerous Border

2:10PM Documentary PG

Journalists Babita Sharma and Adnan Sarwar are beginning their epic journey along the still-contentious border that divides India and Pakistan.

Journalists Babita Sharma and Adnan Sarwar are beginning their epic journey along the still-contentious border that divides India and Pakistan. 70 years after the partition of India along religious lines and the creation an independent Hindu majority India and a new Muslim majority state of Pakistan, the pair are travelling either side of the 2000 miles border to discover the realities of the lives of those living there.

Who Do You Think You Are? Fearne Cotton

3:20PM Documentary PG

Fearne tries to find out how her great grandfather Evan Meredith ended up becoming a chemist, despite his early years as a coal miner. She also wants to know more about his role in the army.

Fearne tries to find out how her great grandfather Evan Meredith ended up becoming a chemist, despite his early years as a coal miner. She also wants to know more about his role in the army.

Secrets Of The Kitchen

4:30PM Documentary PG

In 21st century Britain, the kitchen's the heart of the home. Follow 8 very different households in their kitchens, capturing the spirit of life as they cook, eat and share their lives at the table.

In 21st century Britain, the kitchen is the heart of the home. It's central to one of the most enduring and powerful traditions in family life - the family meal. Secrets of the Kitchen follows eight very different households in their kitchens, capturing the spirit of life in Britain, as they cook, eat and share their lives at the kitchen table.

Our Stories

7:00PM Documentary PG

It's not every day you come across an 83-year-old still working fulltime and living life to the fullest, but that's exactly what 2019 NAIDOC Award recipient Aunty Thelma Weston is doing.

Great Australian Railway Journeys

7:30PM Documentary PG

Michael's 1913 Bradshaw's Guide tells him 'a transcontinental railway is being constructed' and he traces its route from the southern harbour of Port Augusta to the port of Darwin on the north coast.

Michael's 1913 Bradshaw’s Guide tells him 'a transcontinental railway is being constructed' and he traces its route from the southern harbour of Port Augusta to the port of Darwin on the north coast. Along the way, he uncovers the history of the ambitious project, which stretches nearly 2,000 miles across Australia’s red centre, and learns why it took nearly a century to complete.

Shadow Trackers

7:30PM Documentary M

Zac and Hunter travel to Ngarrindjeri land in South Australia to discover the Muldjewangk; a water creature that lives in the Murray River.

Zac and Hunter travel to Ngarrindjeri land in South Australia to discover the Muldjewangk; a water creature that lives in the Murray River.

Death Row Chronicles

8:30PM Documentary M

Hip-hop's peak years are generally considered to encompass the 1990s, a rise that coincided with Death Row Records becoming one of the most notorious labels in the genre's history.

Valley Of The Boom

9:25PM Documentary PG

Jim Barksdale tries to re-establish Netscape, TheGlobe.com struggles to stay focused and Pixelon launches iBash.

Jim Barksdale tries to re-establish Netscape, TheGlobe.com struggles to stay focused and Pixelon launches iBash.

Stacey Dooley Sleeps Over

9:35PM Documentary PG

Stacey joins the Preston family, and finds out what it's like to grow up with the strict parenting code of the Mormon church - including no tea, coffee, alcohol, and strictly chaperoned dating.

The Preston family from Ashton-under-Lyne are members of the Jesus Christ Church of the Latter-day Saints, or more commonly known as Mormons. Eldest son of three, Adam, is seventeen and deciding whether to become a missionary for two years. Stacey joins the family, and finds out what it’s like to grow up with the strict parenting code of the church - including no tea, coffee, alcohol, and strictly chaperoned dating.

Apple's Gold: The iPhone Supply Chain

10:20PM Documentary M

An investigation into Apple's supply chain uncovers how the gold in iPhones might trace back to violent paramilitary groups that extort, and sometimes kill, Colombian miners.

An investigation into Apple's supply chain uncovers how the gold in iPhones might trace back to violent paramilitary groups that extort, and sometimes kill, Colombian miners.

Defining Moments

11:20PM Documentary G

David Leha aka Radical son is a musical phenomenon. We follow him to Auckland, New Zealand where he performs his soulful music and re-connects with his Tongan heritage.

David Leha aka Radical son is a musical phenomenon. We follow him to Auckland, New Zealand where he performs his soulful music and re-connects with his Tongan heritage.

Dying To Live

3:55AM Documentary M

Deep beneath the complex world of organ and tissue transplantation are the heart-wrenching stories of real people awaiting life-saving organs in Australia. Why must they wait so long?

Deep beneath the complex world of organ and tissue transplantation are the heart-wrenching stories of real people awaiting life-saving organs in Australia. Why must they wait so long? Are changes in policy required - or shifts in perception? Is it as simple as signing up and having the conversation with loved ones? And why do we avoid the topic of death?

Wednesday 5th February

Defining Moments

10:00AM Documentary G

David Leha aka Radical son is a musical phenomenon. We follow him to Auckland, New Zealand where he performs his soulful music and re-connects with his Tongan heritage.

David Leha aka Radical son is a musical phenomenon. We follow him to Auckland, New Zealand where he performs his soulful music and re-connects with his Tongan heritage.

Mparntwe: Sacred Sites

10:30AM 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.

Waiting For Harry

11:00AM Documentary PG

Frank Gurrmanamana is responsible for preparing the final mortuary ceremonies for his brother who had died six years before and buried in Maningrida, but now his remains are being brought back home.

The Price of the Prize

1:10PM Documentary PG

This film follows the Heiltsuk, Kitasoo, Xais'xais and Gitga'at First Nations as they fight to end Grizzly Bear trophy hunting in Great Bear Rainforest in British Columbia.

World's Most Dangerous Border

2:00PM Documentary PG

Adnan begins at the Quaid-E-Azam Solar Park, a hugely impressive solar farm covering 6500 acres and part of a massive 35 billion pound sterling investment program in Pakistan by the Chinese.

Adnan begins at the Quaid-E-Azam Solar Park, a hugely impressive solar farm covering 6500 acres and part of a massive £35 billion investment program in Pakistan by the Chinese. Whilst this is going to go some way to solving the country’s power shortage, it risks upsetting Pakistan’s neighbours who have a fractious relationship with China. Babita first visits the city of Chandigarh which became the new capital of Indian Punjab at Partition. Designed by the pre-eminent Modernist architect, Le Corbusier, this was the vision of what the Indian Government wanted the new state to become - modern and progressive, but the ambitions don’t seem that they’ve stood the test of time. A local resident, graffiti artist Sarwan, shares his bleak view of the continuing animosity between India and Pakistan.

Tough Justice Texas Style

3:00PM Documentary PG

Texas locks up and exectues more people than any other state in the US, but it's also the centre of rehabilitation-led prison reforms. Crime is down & prisoner numbers have fallen.

Texas locks up and executes more people than any other state in the US, but it is also the centre of rehabilitation-led prison reforms. Crime is down and prisoner numbers have fallen.

Secrets Of The Kitchen

4:30PM Documentary PG

With the summer holiday over, Britain prepares to head back to work and back to school. The Barry-Powers in Cardiff face an uphill battle to get 8-year-old Cerys back to school.

With the summer holiday over, Britain prepares to head back to work and back to school. In the Gale household, 18-year-old Robson is leaving home. The Barry-Powers in Cardiff face an uphill battle to get 8-year-old Cerys back to school, while the six children of Mitchell Cotts are to be fed, watered and out the door. Single mum Sue Evans is on a detox to prepare for an upcoming date; and Amar creates a post-work chana masala with fried Indian breads.

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.

Tony Robinson Down Under

7:30PM Documentary PG

Tony Robinson looks at the legacy of British settlement and reaches his own conclusions about how the past has influenced the Australia of today, and where it's heading tomorrow.

In the final episode of Tony’s exploration, he looks at the legacy of 222 years of British settlement. How did the country founded as a penal colony grow into a nation, and where are its loyalties today? Tony goes to the true birthplace of The Ashes, helps re-create the first powered flight by an Australian, goes on a legal Fox Hunt, takes a spin with invention buff James O’Loughlin in the first model Ute, retraces The Dismissal with cartoonist Warren Brown, and interrogates former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd about his convict past.

Lousy Little Sixpence

8:30PM Documentary PG

In NSW in 1901, the Aborigines Protection Board planned to break up Aboriginal communities by forcibly removing their children and hiring them out as servants to white employers.

In NSW in 1901, the Aborigines Protection Board planned to break up Aboriginal communities by forcibly removing their children and hiring them out as servants to white employers.

Diana Vs Elizabeth

8:30PM Documentary PG

In 1981, Prince Charles marries Lady Diana Spencer. The fairy tale turns into a bitter duel between two women, the Queen and the Princess, radically changing the image of the monarchy.

England, July 29th 1981. Prince Charles marries the young Lady Diana Spencer. Very rapidly, the fairy-tale turns into a bitter duel between two women, the Queen and the Princess. A confrontation of two worlds - one traditional and secular; the other resolutely contemporary. This historical, political and tragically human face-to-face would radically change the image of the monarchy and its relations with the British public.

Hamilton's Pharmacopeia

1:30AM Documentary MA

Hamilton travels across the USA meeting with addicts, dealers and chemists to trace the history of PCP from its pharmaceutical origins to its escape onto the streets.

Hamilton travels across the USA meeting with addicts, dealers and chemists to trace the history of PCP from its pharmaceutical origins to its escape onto the streets.

The President Vs The Pirates

4:05AM Documentary M

This documentary gains unprecedented access to Abdirahman Farole, a Somali-Australian former refugee who has returned to his native land to bring peace and a working democracy to Somalia.

The world is watching closely as Somalia continues to raise fears of extremism and unending clan warfare. Years of civil war and crippling drought have torn this once-prosperous nation to shreds. Now pirates and terrorists are destroying what remains of civil society. But one man thinks he can make a difference. This film gains unprecedented access to Abdirahman Farole, a Somali-Australian former refugee who has returned to his native land to become the President of Puntland (the northern province of Somalia) with the sole mission to bring back peace and a working democracy to Somalia once and for all.

Thursday 6th February

Lousy Little Sixpence

11:00AM Documentary PG

In NSW in 1901, the Aborigines Protection Board planned to break up Aboriginal communities by forcibly removing their children and hiring them out as servants to white employers.

In NSW in 1901, the Aborigines Protection Board planned to break up Aboriginal communities by forcibly removing their children and hiring them out as servants to white employers.

Heart Coming Home

1:00PM Documentary PG

In 1945 a teacher, Noel White came to the Carrolup Native Settlement in south-west WA. The children in his classroom were 'stolen' and confined at Carrolup with little or no family contact.

World's Most Dangerous Border

2:00PM Documentary M

On the third and final leg of their journey, Adnan begins by meeting a 22 year old woman, Rabia, challenging tradition by training as a fighter pilot in the Pakistan Air Force.

On the third and final leg of their journey, Adnan begins by meeting a 22 year old woman, Rabia, challenging tradition by training as a fighter pilot in Pakistan’s Air Force. It plays a key role in defending the country’s borders and Rabia is proud to have been chosen to perhaps one day fight on the frontline. Babita’s journey takes her into the state of Jammu and Kashmir, a region which is still being fought over by India and Pakistan who both claimed it at Partition. She gets as close to the border as she has been on her whole trip, hearing stories of Indians who have been affected by cross-border attacks.

Inside North Korea

3:00PM Documentary PG

BBC reporter Rupert Wingfield-Hayes was expelled from North Korea for showing disrespect and 'distorting facts'. He tells his story and explores what his detention says about this secretive state.

In May 2016, BBC reporter Rupert Wingfield-Hayes was expelled from North Korea for showing disrespect and 'distorting facts'. He now tells the full story of his visit to the country and explores what his detention and interrogation by senior Korean officials say about this secretive state. He investigates the apparent upturn in the North Korean economy and asks if the signs of improvement in the capital Pyongyang are real. He also examines whether the people there are genuinely loyal to their young leader or whether Kim Jong Un is ruling by reign of terror.

The Rise Of Irish Australia

3:30PM Documentary PG

Ireland's 1916 Easter Rising helped to shape political forces in Australia at a crucial time in our own national history.

Ireland’s 1916 Easter Rising helped to shape political forces in Australia at a crucial time in our own national history. In particular, the execution of the leaders of the insurrection had a profound effect on Archbishop Daniel Mannix, the man who led Australia’s Catholic community. Independent documentary maker Eoin Hahessy captures the mood of the time in this new film commemorating the centenary of these powerful events.

Secrets Of The Kitchen

4:25PM Documentary PG

By mid-September, households have settled into their regular routines, but for some it's time to celebrate.

By mid-September, households have settled into their regular routines, but for some it's time to celebrate. In Cheltenham, Alasdair and Lucy Garbutt enjoy a kid-free romantic wedding anniversary dinner, while in Devon, Marylyn and Wilfred Bradshaw's son comes to visit to celebrate the 51st anniversary of their engagement.

Our Stories

7:00PM Documentary G

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

Britain's Most Historic Towns

7:35PM Documentary G

Professor Alice Roberts tells the story of Roman Britain by studying the history of Chester, Britain's 'Most Roman Town'. During her time in Chester, Alice enjoys an authentic Roman feast.

Professor Alice Roberts tells the story of Roman Britain by studying the history of Chester, Britain’s 'Most Roman Town'. During her time in Chester, Alice enjoys an authentic Roman feast, heads deep underground to check out an extraordinary archaeological find, and explores a radical theory regarding the Romans’ plans for the town.

Nuts And Bolts

9:00PM Documentary M

Tyler lives out one of his dreams to create his very own stop motion film.

Tyler lives out one of his dreams to create his very own stop motion film.

Sex On The Couch

9:25PM Documentary M

Struggling to recreate their holiday sex, Matt and Asha seek help to overcome an embarrassment to talk about their most intimate desires.

Struggling to recreate their holiday sex, Matt and Asha seek help to overcome an embarrassment to talk about their most intimate desires. Dale and Mikey’s differing sex drives sparks a deeper conversation about identity, and leads them to reassess their relationship in a way that neither of them expected.

The Devil You Know

10:55PM Documentary M

Journalist Chad Nace investigates the background of a mentally-ill killer, while a punk rocker war veteran is forced to make a gut-wrenching decision.

Journalist Chad Nace investigates the background of a mentally-ill killer, while a punk rocker war veteran is forced to make a gut-wrenching decision.

Clinton's Walk For Justice

11:35PM Documentary PG

Young Indigenous man Clinton Pryor walked from WA to Canberra to meet the Prime Minister and Governor General in the name of justice and change for his people.

Most Expensivest

11:45PM Documentary M

2 Chainz shows how to simplify life with CBD pastries and diamond cannagars. Later, he’ll meet a Vegas insider and experiment with a portable weed analyser.

2 Chainz shows how to simplify life with CBD pastries and diamond cannagars. Later, he’ll meet a Vegas insider and experiment with a portable weed analyser.

Most Expensivest

12:10AM Documentary M

2 Chainz freshens up at the Skyfire Mansion in Las Vegas. He’ll nap with a high end sleep mask, spray himself down with $1m cologne, and uses an iced out teeth whitener.

2 Chainz freshens up at the Skyfire Mansion in Las Vegas. He’ll nap with a high end sleep mask, spray himself down with $1m cologne, and uses an iced out teeth whitener.

Make It Right

12:35AM 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.

Hustle

12:40AM Documentary M

John Henry works with the founders of Fur to help them get the business world to take their body care products seriously.

John Henry works with the founders of Fur to help them get the business world to take their body care products seriously.

Slutever

1:30AM Documentary MA

Karley wonders whether investing money in her sex life will improve it. With the help of icon Dita Von Tesse, Karley explores the world of luxury sex, from gold dildos to custom latex.

Karley wonders whether investing money in her sex life will improve it. With the help of icon Dita Von Tesse, Karley explores the world of luxury sex, from gold dildos to custom latex.

Slutever

1:55AM Documentary MA

Karley hangs out with a group of ecosexuals who believe that having sex with the Earth can save it. She meets the creator of crystal sex toys and commits to marrying a tree.

Karley hangs out with a group of ecosexuals who believe that having sex with the Earth can save it. She meets the creator of crystal sex toys and commits to marrying a tree.

The Shadow World

3:20AM Documentary M

Directed by Johan Grimonprez and based on the acclaimed book by Andrew Feinstein, Shadow World reveals the real costs of war, the way the arms trade drives it, and how the shadow world is taking over.

Directed by Johan Grimonprez and based on the globally acclaimed book by Andrew Feinstein, Shadow World reveals how the international trade in weapons - with the complicity of governments and intelligence agencies, investigative and prosecutorial bodies, weapons manufacturers, dealers and agents - fosters corruption, determines economic and foreign policies, undermines democracy and creates widespread suffering. This riveting documentary posits an alternative through the experience of a peace activist and war correspondent, as well as the stories of Eduardo Galeano. Ultimately this documentary reveals the real costs of war, the way the arms trade drives it, how the weapons of war are now being turned against the citizens of liberal democracies, and how the 'shadow world' is taking over.

Friday 7th February

Lagau Danalaig - An Island Life

10:30AM Documentary G

With an idyllic island lifestyle as the backdrop, we find out what makes Badu unique through the stories of the people as expressed in their art and culture.

Clinton's Walk For Justice

11:30AM Documentary PG

Young Indigenous man Clinton Pryor walked from WA to Canberra to meet the Prime Minister and Governor General in the name of justice and change for his people.

World From Above

2:00PM Documentary G

Algeria From Above is the first documentary shot of Algeria exclusively from the sky, through the eyes of the famous French photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand.

Algeria From Above is the first documentary shot of Algeria exclusively from the sky. Through the eyes of the famous French photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand, we are introduced to this grandiose country, its cultural and natural wealth, in entirely new ways.

How To Get Fit Fast

3:25PM Documentary G

From High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) to yoga, and shredding, Anna Richardson and Amar Latif are on a mission to reveal the secrets to weight loss, strenghtening up and improving fitness levels

Getting fit has never been bigger business with gym membership at an all-time high in the UK. With fitness DVDs, books and apps, plus thousands of pictures of transformed bodies all over social media to inspire, deciding on the most effective form of exercise is difficult. From High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) to yoga, from running to bulking and shredding, Anna Richardson and Amar Latif are on a mission to reveal the secrets to weight loss, strengthening up, and improving fitness levels.

Hunting Egypt's Lost Treasures

7:35PM Documentary PG

We follow archaeologists hunting for Queen Cleopatra's lost tomb. A team of underwater archaeologists dive the Mediterranean to explore the sunken ruins of ancient Alexandria.

We follow archaeologists hunting for Queen Cleopatra's lost tomb. A team of underwater archaeologists dive the Mediterranean to explore the sunken ruins of ancient Alexandria. Another team take a batch of 4000-year old mummies to the hospital to scan for hidden treasure.

First Time Call Girl

9:25PM Documentary MA

First Time Call Girl explores the clandestine world of escorting. These women have broken rule number one to speak candidly about what really happens behind closed doors.

First Time Call Girl explores the clandestine world of escorting. These women have broken rule number one to speak candidly about what really happens behind closed doors. This film sets out to understand why women from all different walks of life have chosen this career.

VICE

11:10PM Documentary M

VICE travels to Tehran to gauge attitudes about America and see the reactor that started Iran's nuclear program, and meets with key dealmakers and critics in Washington, DC.

VICE travels to Tehran to gauge attitudes about America and see the reactor that started Iran's nuclear program, and meets with key dealmakers and critics in Washington, DC. VICE also reports from Kolkata, where entire tribes of homeless children run rampant along the tracks of Howrah Station.

Always Was Always Will Be

11:25PM 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.

VICE

11:45PM Documentary M

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

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

Vice Guide To Film

2:10AM Documentary MA

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

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

Cultivating Murder

3:15AM Documentary M

In July 2014, Glen Turner, a compliance officer with the Office of Environment and Heritage, was shot four times by a farmer and died on the side of an isolated public road in NSW, 40 kms from Moree.

In July 2014, Glen Turner, a compliance officer with the Office of Environment and Heritage, was shot four times by a farmer and died on the side of an isolated public road in NSW, 40 kms from Moree. Cultivating Murder tells the story of what happened and follows the murder trial to discover why it happened. It is an unusual murder case. The mystery is not ‘who did it?’ but ‘why did he do it?’ The accused is a wealthy New South Wales farmer. The circumstances of the shooting are shocking and perplexing. Glen Turner’s family, friends, and colleagues want to see the full weight of the law applied. The documentary tells the story of Glen Turner’s family, government employees, whistle-blowers, and rural producers in the region where the murder took place.

Great British Railway Journeys

4:25AM Documentary PG

Michael Portillo gets up to speed with modern archaeology in County Meath and uncovers a controversial Victorian dig at the sacred Hill of Tara.

Michael Portillo gets up to speed with modern archaeology in County Meath and uncovers a controversial Victorian dig at the sacred Hill of Tara. He investigates leaping salmon in Leixslip and discovers an electrifying breakthrough at an historic seminary. At Mullingar, Michael bangs the drum for the town’s marching band.

Saturday 8th February

Always Was Always Will Be

11:35AM 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.

The Panther Within

12:40PM Documentary PG

A family's quest to unravel the mystery of Joe Murray, an Aboriginal boxer and vaudevillian known as, 'the Black Panther'.

Front Up 2003

1:30PM Documentary PG

Andrew L. Urban conducts interviews on the streets of Australia with people randomly selected on the day.

Andrew L. Urban conducts interviews on the streets of Australia with people randomly selected on the day.

Nuts And Bolts

2:00PM Documentary M

Tyler lives out one of his dreams to create his very own stop motion film.

Tyler lives out one of his dreams to create his very own stop motion film.

Travel Man

4:05PM Documentary G

Richard Ayoade wants to make travelling more fun, more efficient, and less tedious. In the first of this four-part series, Richard jets off to Barcelona with comedienne and actress Kathy Burke.

Richard Ayoade wants to make travelling more fun, more efficient, and less tedious. In the first of this four-part series, Richard jets off to Barcelona with comedienne and actress Kathy Burke, experiencing the best of this popular holiday destination in just 48 hours - including a visit to the Barcelona Football Club museum and a trip to see the Surrealist work of Catalan artist Joan Miro.

Songlines on Screen

5:00PM 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.

Urban Native Girl

6:00PM Documentary PG

Lisa explores the issues of cultural appropriation in the fashion industry.

Skindigenous

6:30PM Documentary PG

In the twentieth century, the Maori of New Zealand all but lost their tattooing tradition.

Skindigenous

7:00PM Documentary PG

Marjorie Tahbone, an Alaskan artist of Inupiaq heritage, was first among the living women of her family to get her traditional chin tattoo.

Flavours Of Tohoku

7:30PM Documentary PG

Meet Japan enthusiast Bridie Shepherd and join her as she travels through Tohoku experiencing some of the region's most sought-out flavours.

Meet Japan enthusiast Bridie Shepherd and join her as she travels through Tohoku experiencing some of the region’s most sought-out flavours. In Minamisoma, Bridie comes face to face with the fierce samurai, before going to Shiogama Fish Market to sample a stunning mix of Japan’s freshest seafood. Next up, she travels to Morioka, where she dives head first into an epic noodle eating challenge steeped in six centuries of tradition. Can she beat the local champion?

Culture Warriors

7:35PM Documentary G

This series profiles some of our top contemporary artists. This week features Lofty Bardayal Nadjamerrek, Treahna Hamm and Ricky Maynard.

The Curse Of Oak Island

7:40PM Documentary PG

Rick and Marty Lagina along with their partners begin clearing the shaft of obstructions to allow divers to safely explore the site.

After scanning sonar has corroborated Dan Blankenship's long held belief that a chamber 235 feet down 10-X may contain wooden posts, side tunnels, a chest and even human remains, Rick and Marty Lagina along with their partners begin clearing the shaft of obstructions to allow divers to safely explore it

Queen Of The Desert

8:00PM Documentary PG

Like a real life Priscilla, Starlady takes us on a Queen of the Desert trip to Areyonga, an Indigenous community in Central Australia, where she'll work with a group of curious and cheeky young people

Not only has she got pink extensions, painted on eyebrows, glitter stockings and superman hotpants. Starlady’s a youth worker in some of Australia’s most remote and challenging places. Her tools are unique - scissors, bleach and hair colour. Like a real life Priscilla, Starlady takes us on a Queen of the Desert journey to Areyonga, an Indigenous community in Central Australia, where she’ll work with a group of curious and cheeky young people.

Cruising Iceland

9:10PM Documentary PG

A cruise like no other, to a place like no other. Jane takes on an Icelandic adventure that provides the sights and experiences of a lifetime.

A cruise like no other, to a place like no other. Jane takes on an Icelandic adventure that provides the sights and experiences of a lifetime.

Miss Navajo

11:00PM Documentary PG

Follows the path of 21-year-old Crystal Frazier, a not-so-fluent Navajo speaker and self-professed introvert, as she undertakes the challenges of the Miss Navajo beauty pageant

Travel Man

12:10AM Documentary PG

Richard Ayoade hurtles through a ruthlessly efficient maxi mini-break in Paris, joined by presenter and comedian Mel Giedroyc.

Richard Ayoade hurtles through a ruthlessly efficient maxi mini-break in Paris. Joined by presenter and comedian Mel Giedroyc, their base for le weekend is a chic left bank hotel famed for being the place where Oscar Wilde died. They dine on hearty french fare of calf's head casserole and snails at the city's oldest cafe before speeding off on a whistle-stop scooter tour.

Great British Railway Journeys

4:05AM 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.

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