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Discovering Paris
Paris, the "City of Light" is widely considered as the world's most beautiful city. Find out why as you follow two visitors discovering Paris on a five day stay. They visit many major attractions and districts by walking and using…
London - A world city
This is a new look at London, one of three dominant world cities and a command centre of the global economy. The importance of business and tourism is a focus of the program as well as the way of life…
China Urbanisation Migration and Related Issues
Included are the megacities of Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen as well as the World 's most densely populated city of Hong Kong. A vast floating population from rural areas migrates to and from these cities. Rural villages are visited to…
Urban Growth Decline and Renewal
This program examines one of the world's largest urban redevelopment schemes and schows how a run down area of a city can be renewed. Sydney is Australia's largest city. The population of over 4 million is spread over one of…
The South Island of New Zealand - Landforms Landscapes and Environmental Protection
This program takes viewers to New Zealand's South Island to discover landforms, landscapes, and ways that the environment is protected. Much of the island has been shaped by tectonic forces and carved by glaciers and ice action. Ecotourism and adventure…
Bali Indonesia - Tourism Impacts Rural Life Water and Rice
Complements our other program made in 2002 "Bali Traditions and Tourism". Focus area Geography and Tourism. Looks at benefits of tourism and more deeply at negative effects of tourism than the earlier program, especially inappropriate development, traffic, air,water and visual…
England - A Two Weeks Tour
England is part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Island. It is a fascinating place to visit as this program shows. In 60 minutes you will see many of the highlights that a visitor can see in…
Bali - Traditions and Tourism
Bali, Indonesia, is one of the world's most exotic and interesting islands. Here the traditional way of life, customs and beliefs continue side-by-side with changes brought by tourism. The majority of the 3 million inhabitants follow the Hindu religion. Temples…
Kangaroo Island
Kangaroo Island (KI), South Australia, is Australia's third-largest island. A popular tourist destination, KI has many ecotourism attractions. The program follows a group of Geographers and others discovering landscapes, landforms, animals and their habitats, communities and heritage. An aim is…
Bangkok - Mega City in the Developing World
Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, is a fascinating case study of a large city in the developing world. With around 10 million people as the city enters the 21st century, this is a mega city with a mix of traditional…
Starting and Running A Business - The First Year of A Café’s Operations
This looks at a cafe during the establishment and growth phases over the first year. Discussions were held with the owner and staff on the ups and downs of starting a business, the plans, changes and adaptation that had to…
South East Queensland - Australia's Fastest Growing Region
This program looks at the present and future population growth in the Gold Coast, Brisbane to Toowoomba corridor and Sunshine Coast from Caloundra to Noosa. The region of 22,420 square kilometres is likely to have up to 4 million people…
Sydney - Into the 21st Century
This program looks at the commercial functions of this world city as well as the lifestyles and features. Sydney reached 4.5 million people in 2010 and has one of the world's largest urban areas. The contrasts between inner and outer…
The Australian City
This program looks at the role, character and functions of Australian cities with an emphasis on the State and Territory capitals. The first section shows the general features of these cities and then the main functions are examined. The importance…
Three Communities in Sydney
This program looks at communities in Sydney with different Socio economic status and ethnic backgrounds.. These are Cabramatta with a predominantly Vietnamese and other Asian background, Baulkham Hills, a high SES LGA of 180000 people.and Lakemba which has over 40%…
World Heritage Sites
World heritage sites are ones with special natural or cultural features that meet criteria for listing as set by the World Heritage Committee of UNESCO. States/Countries nominate sites for listing and outline how sites will be managed so as to…
Coastal Management - Australian Beach and Development Issues
This AGTA 2008 award winning program looks at issues related to management of beaches and development near beaches in NSW, Queensland and Western Australia. Case studies include Duranbah Beach and Sand pumping at the Tweed, The Gold Coast, new housing…
Place and Liveability - Urban Growth Decay and Renewal in Sydney
This program looks at the growth of the urban area of Australia's largest city and the features of new outer suburbs and their liveability. Focus shifts to older inner suburbs that have gone through decline and are now being renewed…
Place and Liveability in Australia’s Cities and Towns
An urban and social Geography program that looks at what makes cities liveable and what impacts on liveability. Includes Melbourne which was rated the World's most liveable city in 2015. Criteria for liveability are discussed using Australia's capital cities and…
Australia - Into the 21st Century
This program aims to show the diversity of natural and cultural landscapes that are characteristic of Australia, with contrasts between the vast uninhabited desert areas and the urban areas. Australia is a nation of city dwellers with a multicultural population…