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Award-winning documentary maker and author Bryan Bruce asks what the purpose of public education in the 21st Century is; and how should we be teaching our children to help them deal with whatever the future will throw at them?
Donald Trump has now emerged as the clear frontrunner for the Republican Presidential nomination. Now, former Washington correspondent Matt Frei asks if 'the Donald' could actually make it all the way to the White House
A confronting documentary about the poor state of wellbeing many kids grow up accepting as their lot, and the beginnings of a new approach to working with families in need.
Charlotte: My Story continues the courageous story of eight-year-old meningitis survivor Charlotte, a quadruple amputee, as she continues on a quest to walk in her prosthetics full time.
Part 2 of 2. The second part of this documentary explores Helen Clark's nine years as leader of the Labour Party. She left the job in 2008, at which time she joined the United Nations.
Part 1 of 2. From farm girl to first woman elect Prime Minister. This documentary tells the story of Helen Clark's battle to win the hearts and minds of the Labour Party, ordinary Kiwis, and ultimately, her tory father.
Young mother Ayla is waiting to find out if her partner will get out of prison but ends up in court facing her own prison term.
Two brothers struggle to break a dangerous cycle of crime, but what will happen when one is sent behind bars? S1 Ep10
With all three boys in prison, blue-collar parents Tim and Cheryl wonder where they went wrong. S1 Ep9
A terminally ill grandmother races against the clock to see her imprisoned grandson at home and pull her estranged family back together before it’s too late. S1 Ep8
Free market (Adam Smith) vs goverment regulated society (Keynes), which is best to build a fair society?
Why is the gap between the rich and the poor growing faster in NZ than in other OECD countries? Award-winning documentary maker Bryan Bruce answers this questions in this documentary.
A Bit Mental is the story about a trip down the very dangerous Waikato River to bring light to the tragic and growing problem of depression in New Zealand.
Adele Live In New York City
All Star Family Feud
Animal Super Senses
Born In The Wrong Body
Bro Town - Box Set
Care Bears-Welcome To Care-A-Lot
Caught on Camera
Frat Boys: Inside America's Fraternities
George Clarke s Old House New Home
Grand Designs Australia
Grand Designs New Zealand
Holden Golf World
Holiday Horrors Caught on Camera
How The Rich Live Longer
Killer Women with Piers Morgan
Kiss Bang Love
Lip Sync Battle
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