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Xand also finds out if the air we breathe or a good night’s sleep are more likely to make us lose weight than expensive pills and potions. He also tries out the latest high-tech diet gadgets. The device that claims it can tell the rate at which we burn fat, a nutritional tracking and coaching tool and a headset that allegedly regulates appetite and cravings. Watch this episode on SBS On Demand Watched this episode? Discuss the show on TV Daily!
Which of our digital habits are improving our mental abilities and which are harming us? With the very latest science, this expirement reveals the best ways to boost your brainpower. Watch this episode on SBS On Demand Watched this episode? Discuss the show on TV Daily!
With insights from Princess Beatrice’s personal trainer, Princess Diana’s acupuncturist and her holistic medicine guru, among others, we learn the tricks the royals use to avoid gorging at banquets, how Prince Philip can still fit in his marriage uniform and what it is really like to give birth inside the Lindo Wing. Watch this episode on SBS On Demand Watched this episode? Discuss the show on TV Daily!
The Doctor vs The President Anastasia Vasilyeva is an unlikely threat to Russia’s most powerful man. But the young doctor has been getting under the Kremlin’s skin, provoking vicious attacks by President Putin’s supporters for her outspoken criticism of Russia’s coronavirus response. Watch this episode on ABC iView Watched this episode? Discuss the show on TV Daily!
Our Energy Future Matt Canavan, Queensland Nationals Senator Zali Steggall, Independent MP for Warringah Joel Fitzgibbon, Shadow Minister for Agriculture and Resources Zoe Whitton, Citibank and Investor Group on Climate Change Sophia Hamblin Wang, Sustainability entrepreneur Accomplished journalist and presenter Hamish Macdonald leads a panel of guests and members of the public in a surprising and thought-provoking discussion that will challenge our thinking on big and complex issues. Watch this episode of Q & A on ABC iView
Paul Barry presents the show that casts a critical eye over the media industry, watching the watchers and commenting on all forms of media, PR and communications. Watch this episode of Media Watch on ABC iView
Bureau 39 North Korea is one of the most secretive nations on earth. Despite severe financial sanctions, the nation has defied international pressure and developed a costly nuclear weapons program. The question is, where is all that money coming from? Officially, Bureau 39 does not exist. But leading experts on the North Korean regime say it’s essentially the cash making machine for the Kim regime. In this investigation, from Germany’s ZDF, the story reveals the extensive web of operations carried out at the instruction of Bureau 39. From money laundering to arms smuggling, insurance fraud and human trafficking, the scale...
Lest We Forget An Australian perspective on the Spanish flu of 1919 and the parallels to COVID-19. What lessons can we learn from the past from these remarkable stories of quiet courage and heroism from ordinary Australians? Putting the ‘real’ into reality TV, the award-winning series with no narrator and no agendas – just authentic stories told in people’s own words. Immerse yourself in the life of an extraordinary Australian. (Midseason Final). Watch this episode of Australian Story on ABC iView
Troy Kinne and his friends unpack and poke fun at the messiness and realities of modern life in a new show that is sure to leave you in stitches. Watch this on 10 Play Watched this episode? Discuss the show on TV Daily!