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If we could talk to trees

8/19/2017
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Science is slowly revealing the language of plants. It’s intricate, sophisticated and might change the way we see the world.

Duration: 00:15:01


The architecture of therapy

8/19/2017
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How does the design of counselling workspaces affect their function and the relationship between therapist and patient?

Duration: 00:09:26


Happy tripping on tryptophan at Serotonin cafe

8/18/2017
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Could a medicinal Mexican waffle or a plant-powered pizza improve your mood and make you happier?

Duration: 00:12:11


Sense of Place: Chris Turney on Antarctica

8/18/2017
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The curious lure of the most alien place on earth.

Duration: 00:11:02


You say tomato, I say tomato

8/18/2017
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We delve deep into the botanical, cultural and culinary history of the tomato.

Duration: 00:13:52


The food disruption that is eating our restaurants

8/18/2017
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What impact are online delivery services having on the restaurant industry?

Duration: 00:14:15


New wave pizza

8/12/2017
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Are we entering a new era in the world's most popular fast food?

Duration: 00:11:32


Songlines and Fault Lines

8/12/2017
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Retracing the stories and journeys though the Red Centre that have shaped Australia.

Duration: 00:12:51


Tips and tricks: chicken stock

8/11/2017
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Stefano de Pieri's tips for a perfect, aromatic chicken stock to keep you warm in winter.

Duration: 00:03:48


Buildings or people? The view from the street

8/11/2017
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Take a Jane's Walk and see the city with new eyes.

Duration: 00:12:38


The art of the sommelier

8/11/2017
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There's more to wine that meets the eye, and the nose.

Duration: 00:13:07


Designing safer parks

8/11/2017
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What makes a park safe?

Duration: 00:09:43


The politics of architecture

8/11/2017
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Why has modernist architecture become such a powerful political symbol?

Duration: 00:13:22


Creating liveable megacities, what we can learn from Asia

8/5/2017
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Multiple ground levels spread throughout a skyscraper with the accompanying amenities like parks or libraries, is one of the solutions proposed by Singapore-based architect Richard Hassell to make such density more liveable. His public housing project in Singapore features a rooftop terrace and park with a 400m jogging track and an urban plaza, located along a public linear park, providing a supermarket, coffee shop and retail spaces. But could it work in Australia?

Duration: 00:10:52


The dark side of the Australian beach

8/5/2017
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An exploration of the dark history that lies beneath representations of the idyllic Australian beach.

Duration: 00:12:05


Iconic Designs: Vanna Venturi

8/4/2017
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The witty beginnings of post-modernist design.

Duration: 00:03:38


On the Wagon: a sober literary pilgrimage

8/4/2017
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Retracing Jack Kerouac's trans-American road trip...sober.

Duration: 00:12:24


The world's biggest trees

8/4/2017
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Big trees and tall trees: what's the difference? how are they measured? and why does size matter?

Duration: 00:11:14


Celebrating Scotch Whisky

8/4/2017
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Test-driving well-known Scotch-fuelled cocktails with a twist

Duration: 00:12:15


Marion Hall Best: Interiors

8/4/2017
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The enduring legacy of one of Australia's most influential designers.

Duration: 00:12:36

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