(Working) Holiday is a comedic mockumentary following a group of backpackers living in a hostel in Melbourne. In this six part documentary series we follow a group of young European backpackers living in a hostel in Melbourne, Australia as they face all the trials and tribulations that come from travelling away from home.
Hosted by Simon Christie 4WD TV is an award winning weekly program covering all aspects of the outdoor and 4WD lifestyle across Australasia. Whether it’s a family tour of the outback testing the latest 4×4 products or highlights of the best 4WD motorsport, you will see it all on 4WD TV.
Join four mates in their off-road adventures across Australia, as they discover the land and its people, while tackling some of the country's most challenging terrains. Be inspired to explore more of Australia, and experience camping outdoors with great food, fantastic scenery and thrilling activities.
A show about the hidden gems found in every home, featuring stories of passionate collectors, dealers and auctioneers as well as tips and tricks for those looking to buy or sell collectables. Antiques with Attitude will take you back to a time of showbags, matchbox advertising and Beatles records.
Band Wars, hosted by George Rohotas and Deb Starr, is an Australian battle of the bands TV show for unsigned artists filmed at MusicLand Melbourne. It is judged by seasoned professionals. It features live performances and interviews with the bands in knock out heats to ultimately reach the Grand Final where they will battle it out to be the winner of Band Wars!
Bec Mac is a truly remarkable host and interviewer having repeatedly awed audiences with her ability to open her guests up to reveal their most private feelings and stories. Having honed her skill for ten years on the wild unforgiving streets in her live public show LOVE TV this enigmatic, fast thinking, dynamic host never fails to get her story. Through her use of comedy, brutal honesty and irreverence Bec approaches the hot topics head on through humour (not confrontation), engaging viewers with unbiased insights from discussions. She has an enthusiasm for powerful story telling that reveals the guts of life challenging the viewer to question their perspectives. The 6 part series of The Bec Mac Show was nominated for an Antenna Award (community television award) for best art show in 2014.
The face of Melbourne’s diverse rainbow community and culture, Bent TV is a studio based production that includes interviews with key community figures, performers, artists and festivals, as well as discussions of key issues concerning the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer (GLBTIQ) community. Part panel discussion, part variety show, this entertaining multi-media half hour show also features externally filmed segments, footage and films from community events, special celebrity interviews, and community reports.
Blend Line TV brings you all the action from the sphere of grass roots, state level motorsport. From Production Cars, to HQ Holdens, to Sports Sedans and everything in between we bring it all to you. If you enjoy fantastic racing, with intense battles and drivers which actually have some character, this show brings all it to you. No holds barred, no frills, down to earth motorsport.
Bonza's Playtime is the unsavoury children’s show for adults, created by Lindi Jane and includes a cast of Australian’s finest and funniest character comedians. Meet Eljay and Bonza, the hosts of this unsavoury children TV show as they introduce inappropriate segments and some random segments in the wrong time slot for a children’s show.
Bumper 2 Bumper is a grass roots classic car TV show which engages with car enthusiasts from all works of life. The Host, Rusty connects with likeminded fanatics, who share a common passion for classic, hot rod, and custom cars of yesteryear by way of a variety of colourful segments on Bumper 2 Bumper. Segments include "Cartel", whereby Rusty inspires people to Tel him about their beloved Car and what it means to them. The outcome is a real genuine account of their appetite and affection of classic cars. "Tech Torque" allows those in the automotive industry a platform to provide a close, personal and somewhat raw account of educating the viewers on their products and services. "Rusty Rhymes" This segment really embraces the family aspect of the whole car culture, as Rusty and his daughter Ms Ella, sign off the show with a bedtime Car Nursery Rhyme. A fitting touch to end, each episode. Bumper 2 Bumper is always keen to interview people who are passionate about their cruisers. Give Rusty a call on 0419 502 332. Remember, classic cars are like fashion, it all about people; power; passion.
Since 2004 Channel 44 has been beaming into households across Adelaide. C44 is Adelaide's own community, free-to air television station providing local and national content. C44 is all about our community, with real programs made by real people. At C44 we pride ourselves on encouraging local talent, and producing and airing a growing catalogue of locally produced programming.