David Stratton’s Stories of Australian Cinema
Revered critic David Stratton tells the glorious story of Australian cinema, focusing in on the films that capture the nation’s true nature with candour, emotion and humour.
Ask the Doctor
An innovative, fun, and exploratory factual series that addresses the state of the nation’s health, the latest in medical treatments and the future of healthcare as we know it.
The Warriors is set in the world of Australian Rules Football. It explores the elite world of professional sport through the eyes of two new recruits – plucked from obscurity to fame and fortune – and two established players as they are thrown together in a share house in Melbourne.
Making Families Happy
Can a team of elite psychologists help four Australian families to overcome their deep-seated difficulties and conflicts, and move forward as a cohesive, thriving family unit?
Stop Laughing… this is serious
Documentary series charting a course through the story of Australian comedy, featuring interviews with the men and women who make us laugh.
Sammy J & Randy in Ricketts Lane
Sammy J is an obsessive, socially inept and altogether hopeless junior lawyer scrambling to hold onto his last ounce of dignity while clinging to the bottom rung of the corporate ladder. Meanwhile, his slovenly housemate Randy has seen the world from all angles. He’s an opinionated, unemployed opportunist, desperately trying to win back the affections of his glamorous ex-wife… and he’s a purple puppet.
While they’re loyal, eccentric and prone to burst into hilarious song at any given moment, tensions between the man and puppet will soon rise.
Audrey is determined not to be defined by motherhood. In theory, this seems fairly easy. In practice, her career-focused husband, self-obsessed mother & fancy-free best friend, make it damn near impossible.
Luke Warm Sex
What could be more awkward (or more entertaining) than Luke McGregor talking about sex? Oh wait… Luke McGregor trying to get better at sex. Yep definitely way more awkward and seriously funnier.
Afghanistan: Inside Australia’s War
In their own words and their own extraordinary, never-before-seen helmet-cam battle footage, Australia’s fighting men and women lay bare their hearts in an epic series – not just how they waged a war, but why and to what end.
A sketch comedy show by Blackfellas… for everyone!
Featuring a fantastic ensemble cast of Indigenous writers and performers and includes many special guest cameo appearances. Meet some of the lively characters including, the Tiddas – two of the most competitive, over the top gay Blackfellas; Mavis the mean-mouthed cleaning woman; the Housewives of Narromine and Deadly Dave who can fix anything. Black Comedy is irreverent, politically incorrect and goes where no other series can go.
A comedy series about the lovable, seasonally dysfunctional Moody family. Each episode is set on a different holiday gathering which includes fights, bad gifts, boring uncles, shocking family secrets and bizarre eccentricities.
The Beautiful Lie
Anna is happily married. She has the perfect family. But one man will change it all. A grand, complex love story of love, lust and betrayal across three families and generations.
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