Rare Breed - November

November

Winter is arriving. It is an early start in Moira for John Tate as his pigs are being loaded for the factory. It is a similar story over in Struell Wells near Downpatrick, as Paul Turley's Angus cross cattle have reached the perfect weight for processing. At the Bell's near Ballymena their flock of turkeys is almost ready for the Christmas market. Drew and Valerie McConnell are on alert for calving cows at their Omagh dairy farm. Henry Savage from Cullyhannna is in Ballymena for the Autumn Pedigree Limousin sales.
Lipstick on a... cow?

Lipstick on a... cow?

Beauty treatments are not reserved for humans. DW visits a beauty pageant for dairy cows, and talks to a stylist who makes his clients udderly beautiful. The winners are not just cute but also very valuable as great mothers and milk machines.
Boeing CEO: Every Morning I Had to Milk Cows

Boeing CEO: Every Morning I Had to Milk Cows

Dennis Muilenburg, Boeing CEO, talks about growing up on a farm in Iowa and how he got into aerospace engineering. He spoke in the latest episode of "The David Rubenstein Show: Peer-to-Peer Conversations," taped May 9.
Bega Cheese says FY19 performance to be impacted by farm gate pricing pressure

Bega Cheese says FY19 performance to be impacted by farm gate pricing pressure

Bega Cheese (ASX:BGA) expects overall milk intake in FY19 to be between 1 and 1.1 billion litres of milk compared with total intake of 750 million litres in 2018. The dairy company says performance in FY19 is expected to be impacted by farm gate milk pricing pressure. Bega is forecasting normalized EBITDA in the range of $123 to $130 million as compared to $110 million in FY18. Bega says despite the current decrease in milk supply in the Australian dairy industry it is is very pleased with the integration of the Koroit facility, and, the forecast performance of that acquisition. Shares in Bega Cheese (ASX:BGA) are trading 12.3 per cent lower at $4.98.
Kylie Jenner gets cow named after her

Kylie Jenner gets cow named after her

Kylie Jenner has had a calf named after her after recently discovering the wonders of putting milk on her cereal.
Rare Breed - November
Rare Breed
November
 - Lipstick on a... cow?
Lipstick on a... cow?
 - Boeing CEO: Every Morning I Had to Milk Cows
Boeing CEO: Every Morning I Had to Milk Cows
 - Bega Cheese says FY19 performance to be impacted by farm gate pricing pressure
Bega Cheese says FY19 performance to be impacted by farm gate pricing pressure
 - Kylie Jenner gets cow named after her
Kylie Jenner gets cow named after her

Latest NewsMore videos from our network

McPherson Staff Meeting 16:01:19

McPherson Staff Meeting 16:01:19

McPherson Staff Meeting.
The Lead with Charmayne Allison - January 19

The Lead with Charmayne Allison - January 19

Tonight on The Lead we meet a motoring enthusiast who took six years to build his perfect car.
The Lead with Charmayne Allison - January 20

The Lead with Charmayne Allison - January 20

Tonight on The Lead residents and traditional owners of the land at Torrumbarry’s Richardson’s lagoon are calling for change with the waterway sitting empty for another year.
The Lead with Charmayne Allison - January 17

The Lead with Charmayne Allison - January 17

The Lead with Charmayne Allison - Januray 17
The Lead with Charmayne Allison - January 17

The Lead with Charmayne Allison - January 17

The Lead with Charmayne Allison - January 17
Shepparton News Meeting

Shepparton News Meeting

Staff meeting for Shepparton News staff on Wednesday 16th January 2019.
The Lead with Charmayne Allison - January 16

The Lead with Charmayne Allison - January 16

Tonight on The Lead we chat to our local My Kitchen Rules contestants.
Jaclyn Symes

Jaclyn Symes

Jaclyn Symes, Victorian Minister for Agriculture
Girgarre Moosic Muster

Girgarre Moosic Muster

Locals got a glimpse of what's to come at the Girgarre Moosic Muster this weekend when the band Just For Fun rolled through town today.
The Lead - Babies 140119

The Lead - Babies 140119

Good morning Echuca-Moama. Here is a new baby to kick-start your week.
The Lead with Charmayne Allison - January 13

The Lead with Charmayne Allison - January 13

Tonight on The Lead, almost 100 people attended the annual Sportsman Luncheon at the Border Inn on Wednesday.
The Lead with Charmayne Allison - January 10

The Lead with Charmayne Allison - January 10

Tonight on The Lead, a staggering $60,000 was raised for the EB Research Foundation at the recent Tough Tilly Day fundraiser at the American Hotel.
The Lead with Charmayne Allison - January 12

The Lead with Charmayne Allison - January 12

Tonight on The Lead two of the twin towns’ most talented creatives, Veronica Lamb and Valerie Hill, are uniting for Alton Gallery’s upcoming exhibition opening on February 2.
The Lead with Charmayne Allison - January 9

The Lead with Charmayne Allison - January 9

Tonight on The Lead both councils on either side of the river are coming together for the first time this Australia Day.
The Lead with Charmayne Allison - January 8

The Lead with Charmayne Allison - January 8

A record $4300 was raised for local charities in this year’s hit Illawarra neighbourhood Christmas lights collection.
Bridge St busking

Bridge St busking

Benalla's Ellen James
The Lead with Kimberley Price - December 23

The Lead with Kimberley Price - December 23

Tonight on The Lead we meet a Moama resident who found a snake in her backyard and couldn't get anyone to help.
The Lead with Kimberley Price - December 22

The Lead with Kimberley Price - December 22

Tonight on the Lead Alinta, Bangerang, Jandamara and Binda will now get a chance at life after volunteers from the Barmah Brumby Preservation Group caught them and sent them to Hoofs2010.
The Lead - Babies 241218

The Lead - Babies 241218

The Lead- Babies
The Lead - Give a dog a home

The Lead - Give a dog a home

If you are looking for the perfect pet to welcome into your family for 2019, look no further than Rosie.

Latest World NewsMore World News

Naked pics from strangers

Naked pics from strangers

BBC Minute's Ione Wells investigates the rising trend of 'cyberflashing' where naked photos are being sent by strangers to people's phones.
BBC News
'Why shouldn't girls learn how to code?'

'Why shouldn't girls learn how to code?'

Coding Girls is giving young girls in Nigeria the chance to get into what is a male-dominated sector.
BBC News
British people 'paying' for Brexit lies

British people 'paying' for Brexit lies

The French finance minister has expressed 'deep regret' over the divisions Brexit has caused.
BBC News
Macron facing 'unfair' criticism

Macron facing 'unfair' criticism

France's finance minister dismisses claims that President Macron as a president for the rich.
BBC News
The hidden victims of the Yemen war

The hidden victims of the Yemen war

The conflict is having a long-term impact on the lives of people even away from the battlegrounds.
BBC News
'No point going to school if our world is dying'

'No point going to school if our world is dying'

Thousands of students skip school in Belgium to join a march demanding action on climate change.
BBC News
Survivor: I tweeted goodbye to my family

Survivor: I tweeted goodbye to my family

Ronald Ngeno was inside the DusitD2 business complex in Nairobi when the terror attack started.
BBC News
Controlled avalanches in Swiss Alps

Controlled avalanches in Swiss Alps

Helicopters dropped explosives to prevent larger snowslides after heavy snowfall in the region.
BBC News

Climate Change In-depthMore Climate Change In-depth

Top 10 Biggest Opportunities to Fight Global Warming

Top 10 Biggest Opportunities to Fight Global Warming

We all know we need to be doing more about global warming, but the question is how exactly do we do that? Here's 10 ways we can start.
What is global warming?

What is global warming?

Top scientists say we all need to change how we live in order to limit global climate warming to 1.5C.
Nations agree on rulebook for Paris climate treaty

Nations agree on rulebook for Paris climate treaty

Nations strike a deal to implement the landmark 2015 Paris climate treaty after marathon UN talks that failed to match the ambition the world's most vulnerable countries need to avert dangerous global warming.
Global warming

Global warming

Videographic about global warming. As many as a million fish are believed to have died along the banks of a major river system in drought and heatwave-battered eastern Australia.
Nations agree on global climate pact rules

Nations agree on global climate pact rules

Nearly 200 countries overcame political divisions to agree on rules for implementing a landmark global climate deal, but critics say it is not ambitious enough to prevent the dangerous effects of global warming.
Climate change scenarios

Climate change scenarios

The world is "way off course" in its plan to prevent catastrophic climate change, the United Nations warned Monday as nations gathered in Poland to chart a way for mankind to avert runaway global warming. Videographic about climate change scenario...
Bosnia's silent killer: The coal industry

Bosnia's silent killer: The coal industry

The Balkan country has the world's second highest death rate caused by air pollution.
Climate change protesters block roads in central London

Climate change protesters block roads in central London

Dozens of protesters blocked several roads in central London calling for more political action on global warming.
We need to take climate change very seriously, warns astronaut Tim Peake

We need to take climate change very seriously, warns astronaut Tim Peake

Astronaut Major Tim Peake has said it is too early to tell whether this summer's heatwave is part of a global trend towards warming temperatures or a one-off.

Best DocumentariesMore Documentaries

Unlocking Evolution

Unlocking Evolution

Examines the life of groundbreaking New Zealand researcher and lightning rod for controversy, Allan Wilson, who revolutionised the ideas behind evolution.
TVF Media
Man Who Murdered Sherlock Holmes

Man Who Murdered Sherlock Holmes

Explore the intriguing world of Conan Doyle and the truth behind his decision to kill off the character that had dominated his life.
TVF Media
The Happy Dictator

The Happy Dictator

Until 2006, Turkmenistan was run by a crazy dictator whose megalomania spawned a personality cult to rival that of Chairman Mao. This is the story of an unlikely desert republic with a grim reputation and a quite astonishing leader.
TVF Media

Other Video Genres

Featured Show: HorizonMore Horizon Episodes

Horizon - Pill Poppers

Pill Poppers

Drugs perform minor miracles day after day, freeing us from pain and disease. Take a tour through the world of pharmaceuticals and find out that drug discovery has as much to do with serendipity as it does science.
BBC
Horizon - Predators in our Backyard

Predators in our Backyard

Over the last few hundred years, humans have conquered animals that used to thrive in the wild. But a growing number of scientists are finding that in eliminating predators, we have damaged the environment. Their solution is simple, but terrifying.
BBC
Horizon - The Truth About Violence

The Truth About Violence

What makes ordinary people commit extreme acts of violence? In a thought-provoking and disturbing journey, Michael Portillo investigates.
BBC
Horizon - What Makes A Genius?

What Makes A Genius?

Are an elite few born to be geniuses, or does genius reside in each and every one of us? Meet a real genius and discovers a scientist who is electrically turbo-charging brains.
BBC

Latest Entertainment NewsMore Entertainment News

John Mayer: I never apply thought to fashion

John Mayer: I never apply thought to fashion

John Mayer revealed that he never takes his wardrobe choices too seriously and admits fashion is a journey of mistakes until you find the right piece that works.
Bang Media
Cheryl to release new song in March

Cheryl to release new song in March

Cheryl has revealed she will release her next "uptempo" single in March.
Bang Media
Saoirse Ronan to be in the 'Barbie' movie?

Saoirse Ronan to be in the 'Barbie' movie?

Actress Saoirse Ronan says she wants to be in the 'Barbie' movie.
Bang Media
Nicole Kidman has 'found peace'

Nicole Kidman has 'found peace'

Oscar-winning star Nicole Kidman has revealed she's "found peace" in her life thanks to her family.
Bang Media
Up high on Mont Blanc

Up high on Mont Blanc

Mont Blanc rises 4,810 meters above sea level -- that makes it the highest mountain in the Alps. A cable railway takes visitors to the 3,800 meter level - where they can enjoy spectacular views.
5mins
Deutsche Welle
Fearne Cotton refuses to play 'hard to get'

Fearne Cotton refuses to play 'hard to get'

Fearne Cotton didn't mind looking uncool by her keenness for her husband Jesse Wood when they first met.
Bang Media
Emilia Clarke says Last Christmas casting was 'wonderful'

Emilia Clarke says Last Christmas casting was 'wonderful'

Emilia Clarke has admitted that her casting in 'Last Christmas' helped her to overcome the disappointment of 'Game of Thrones' ending.
Bang Media
Nicole Kidman: I played it safe with her career at the start

Nicole Kidman: I played it safe with her career at the start

Nicole Kidman feels playing it safe with her career when she was younger has made her eager to take on more challenging roles now.
Bang Media

TechnologyMore Technology

Bloomberg Technology - U.S. Said to Prepare Trump Order to Restrict Chinese Telecoms

U.S. Said to Prepare Trump Order to Restrict Chinese Telecoms

The Trump administration is preparing an executive order that could significantly restrict Chinese state-owned telecom companies from operating in the U.S. over national security concerns, according to people familiar with the matter.
Bloomberg
Chris is a gesture-based assistant for your car

Chris is a gesture-based assistant for your car

CEO Holger Weiss demonstrates Chris, a device that allows you to use simple gestures to interact with your phone while driving. He also discusses the broader vision behind his startup, German Auto Labs
Tech Crunch
Bloomberg Technology - Amazon Facial Recognition Tech Sparks Civil Rights Debate

Amazon Facial Recognition Tech Sparks Civil Rights Debate

A group of activist shareholders are proposing that Amazon.com Inc. stop selling facial recognition software to government agencies until its board determines the technology doesn't threaten people's civil rights.
Bloomberg
Bloomberg Technology - Tesla Is at a Turning Point, Analyst Ferragu Says

Tesla Is at a Turning Point, Analyst Ferragu Says

Pierre Ferragu, New Street Research global head of technology infrastructure, discusses his call for Tesla Inc. after the electric automaker announced plans to cut thousands of jobs.
Bloomberg

Channels

Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Agence France Presse
Australian International Pictures
Aljazeera Media Network
Antidote
ANYDOKO (Radical Orange Pty Ltd)
Associated Press
Bang Media International
BBC Worldwide Ltd
BBC News
BBC Worldwide Australia Pty Ltd
Beamafilm
Bloomberg LP
Business Television India
Beyond Distribution Pty Ltd
Canadian Press Enterprises Inc
Content Media Corporation International Limited
Cover Media
Denture Ventures Pvt Ltd
Deutsche Welle
Escapade Media Pty Ltd
Finance News Network
Flame Distribution
Flashback Holdings Pty Ltd
Indo-Asian News Service
INSH (Backyard Media)
Invisible Republic Pty Ltd
Independent Television News Limited
Java Films (London) Ltd
Janson Media, Inc.
Konstant Films LLC
Madman Entertainment
McPherson Media Group
Monarch Films Inc
Ovation Entertainment Pty Ltd
Passion Distribution Ltd
Pinnacle Films Pty Ltd
Press Association
The Picture Tank
Reel Corporation Pty Ltd
Thomson Reuters (Markets) Australia Pty Ltd
Ronin Films
Ruptly
ScreenZone Media Pty Ltd
Sea Dog TV International Pty Ltd
Sports News Television
Studio Scotland
TechCrunch (Oath Inc)
The Full Box Pty Ltd
Tonic TV