Go Back to Where You Came From - S01E02

Continuing their reverse refugee journey, six ordinary Australians travel to Kenya and Jordan to live as refugees. In Kenya, they discover the daily struggle to survive in one of the world’s biggest refugee camps, while in Jordan, they navigate life in its dire slums. Unexpectedly, the Australians are offered a chance to travel all the way to two of the world’s most dangerous cities: Goma in the Congo and Baghdad, Iraq. Will they take on the challenge?

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Go Back to Where You Came From - S01E02

Continuing their reverse refugee journey, six ordinary Australians travel to Kenya and Jordan to live as refugees. In Kenya, they discover the daily struggle to survive in one of the world’s biggest refugee camps, while in Jordan, they navigate life in its dire slums. Unexpectedly, the Australians are offered a chance to travel all the way to two of the world’s most dangerous cities: Goma in the Congo and Baghdad, Iraq. Will they take on the challenge?

Go Back to Where You Came From - S01E02

Six ordinary Australians move in with Burmese refugees in Malaysia and are confronted by the harsh realities of their daily struggle to survive. As they forge emotional bonds, the Australians are shocked to learn the Burmese are in constant fear of arrest. During a midnight immigration raid it becomes clear why.

Go Back to Where You Came From - S01E01

Six ordinary Australians agree to challenge their preconceived notions about asylum seekers and refugees by living like refugees for 25 days. They move in with real refugees building a new life in Australia, before taking a perilous journey to unknown shores on a leaky boat.

Go Back To Where You Came From - Complete First Season

Six ordinary Australians agree to challenge their preconceived notions about refugees and asylum seekers by embarking on a confronting refugee journey themselves for 25 days. Deprived of their wallets, phones and passports they board a smuggler’s boat, are rescued mid-ocean, experience immigration raids in Malaysia, live in Kenyan refugee camps and visit slums in Jordan before ultimately making it to the Congo and Iraq, protected by UN peacekeepers and the US military. For some of the Aussies, it’s their first time abroad. For all of them, it’s the journey of a lifetime.

Muslims Like Us - Episode 1 of 2

Muslims Like Us is a fascinating two-part series exploring Islamic life in modern Australia. With Muslims under siege from politicians and sections of the media, ten Muslims from across the country spend eight days living together in former PM Tony Abbott’s Sydney electorate.

This diverse group might be united in faith, but the cast are divided on what it means to be a good Muslim. There is a rift between those who practice Islam in a traditional way, and others who champion a more modern take on their faith.

Muslims Like Us - Episode 2 of 2

In the second episode of this two-part series, Muslims Like Us explores what its like to practice Islam in a climate of growing suspicion and fear. The ten Muslims describe their fight against the rising tide of Islamophobia in Australia. Fahad and Husnain argue over Australia’s national security measures, which Fahad claims are racist. Meanwhile, a personal revelation puts Anjum and Rida at odds, while the traditional/progressive rift opens again, this time over Islamic mysticism.

Marry Me, Marry My Family - Complete First Season

The journey to every wedding day brings tears and tension, chaos and compromise. So what happens when you try to send two vastly different cultures down the aisle? The answer: you double-down on the stress and drama and buckle up for an epic, colourful tale of love against the odds. Marry Me, Marry My Family is the amazing story of cross-cultural weddings in Australia. This 3 x1 hour TV series follows a wildly diverse cast of couples as they try to straddle the gulf between cultures and the gap between their parents' expectations and their own dreams.

Marry Me, Marry My Family - Episode 1

30-year-old Armenian Christian bride Nancy is marrying 37-year-old Indian Hindu groom Ashu in a high Christian wedding in the Armenian Church. Nancy’s family has struggled to accept the union, so much so that Nancy and her mother didn’t speak to each other for 18 months. Now the families are trying to come together in time for the wedding day. While in Adelaide, 40-year-old skip truck driver Mark is marrying 37-year-old sustainability expert, Wambui in a ceremony in Kenya. Mark has only travelled overseas once before to Hawaii. He is in for a culture shock in Nairobi when the first task is to negotiate a goat dowry for his bride.

Marry Me, Marry My Family - Episode 2

35-year-old Sri Lankan Hindu Lalith, has gone against his parents wishes for an arranged marriage and chosen 35-year-old Chinese Australian, Louise. His parents refuse to speak to her and they won’t be attending the wedding. Lalith has a tough job on his hands trying to persuade his parents to acknowledge his bride-to-be before the big day. 21-year-old childhood sweethearts, Derian and Jye are planning an extravagant, three day, 500-guest affair. Derian is a Macedonian Australian Muslim Gypsy and has agreed to adopt many wedding traditions to keep her family happy. Derian’s father, Izzy, has instructed easy-going Maltese Aussie, Jye that his daughter MUST be a virgin until she’s married. Izzy will find out whether Jye and Derian have kept their promise on the wedding night, when the sheets will be inspected for blood. If she is, they will celebrate with an ancient blood ceremony called a Blaga Rakija. If not, he will disown his daughter.

Marry Me, Marry My Family - Episode 3

When 35-year-old Travis swiped right on Tinder, he found himself in a fast-moving relationship with Rabia, a Pakistani-Australian in her mid-30s. To continue the relationship, Travis had to convert to Islam and marry Rabia immediately. Rabia faces on-going struggles within her Pakistani community, particularly with her devout mother, Nadia. Nadia thinks Travis has converted purely for the sake of marriage, and fears a backlash from the gossipmongers in her Melbourne community. Meanwhile, Indigenous Wiradjuri woman Jessa plunges into Maori culture. Her wedding to important Maori leader, Areti, will be heavy on protocol, with Indigenous elders, politicians, and even royalty on the guest list. Jessa’s greatest challenge will be performing an ancient Maori song called a Waiata at the wedding reception. She’s under pressure to get it right, or risk causing offence.

Complete First Season - The Obesity Myth

The Obesity Myth challenges commonly held views of obesity by following the lives of morbidly obese patients at Melbourne’s Austin Health. Backed by new research, doctors at Austin Health are taking a new approach by treating obesity as a chronic genetic disease. Patients are told, often for the first time in their life, their weight problems are not their fault but a result of their genetic predisposition. The treatment regimen uses diet, medication and sometimes surgery to transform lives. Doing nothing isn’t an option as obese people can face an early death from obesity related illnesses.

The Obesity Myth - Episode 1

The Obesity Myth follows the lives of morbidly obese patients at Austin Health – a public hospital which, backed by new research, treats obesity as a chronic disease caused by genetics. Challenging our misconceptions about obesity as a lifestyle choice, the episode features patients such as stroke victim Cara, former gridiron player Robert, former taxi driver Leanne and boxer Huss as they battle their biology to reclaim their lives.

The Obesity Myth - Episode 2

The Obesity Myth follows the lives of morbidly obese patients at Austin Health – a public hospital which, backed by new research, treats obesity as a chronic disease caused by genetics. Challenging our misconceptions about obesity as a lifestyle choice, the episode features patients such as stroke victim Cara, former gridiron player Robert, former taxi driver Leanne and boxer Huss as they battle their biology to reclaim their lives.

The Obesity Myth - Episode 3

The Obesity Myth follows the lives of morbidly obese patients at Austin Health – a public hospital which, backed by new research, treats obesity as a chronic disease caused by genetics. Challenging our misconceptions about obesity as a lifestyle choice, the episode features patients such 26-year-old Felicity, former gridiron player Robert and Wayne, whose diabetes means he faces a foot amputation, as they battle their biology to reclaim their lives.