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Two Men   

Information
Series 1: 3x60 | HD | 2014
Series 2: 6x30 | HD | 2014
Series 3: 5x30 | HD | 2014
Series 4: 3x60 | HD | 2014
Production Company
CJZ
Primary Broadcaster
ABC1

Professor Dr Tim Flannery and Broadcaster John Doyle set out to explore more! Join us as we follow them in these "Two Men" series, where they have a different agenda and focus in each programme.

Two Men in China 3x60
Two in the Top End 6x30
Two Men in a Tinnie 5x30
Two on the Great Divide 3x60 

China - Episode 2

China is on track to become the most urbanised nation on the planet. Underpinned in parts by Australia's natural resources, China is dragging staggering numbers of people out of poverty and, along the way, helping to fuel the world's economy. Dr Tim Flannery and John Doyle want to understand the impact of such sudden and intense urbanisation.

Top End - Episode 2

John Doyle and Dr Tim Flannery explore Australia's last frontier in an eclectic journey across the Top End from Cairns to Broome. As climate change shifts the national focus northward the two men examine the colourful past, present and future of the Deep North in their inimitable style.

Great Divide - Episode 2

Dr Tim Flannery and John Doyle travel along the Divide by car, by foot, by boat and by air, as they endeavour to climb six of the most important spectacular peaks along the range. But its not just spectacular scenery and beautiful vistas. True to the title, John and Tim also set out to investigate some of Australia's 'Great Divides' in society.

Tinnie - Episode 2

In this series John Doyle and Dr Tim Flannery undertake a quixotic voyage down Australia's Murray Darling river system in the mighty Bismarck, a three-metre tinnie with a very bad leak. Their voyage along the inland arteries looks, first hand, at the way the rivers have shaped the people and the people have shaped the rivers in the world's driest continent.