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Martin Clunes' Islands of Australia

Season 1
In this gorgeously shot documentary, Martin Clunes (Doc Martin) is on a quest to discover the islands of Australia. There are over 8,000 to choose from, and Martin visits 16 that offer a cross-section of island life. Along the way, he learns about the diversity, history, and challenges of island life Down Under.
IMDb 7.920163 episodes
13+
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Episodes

  1. S1 E1 - Episode 1
    October 6, 2016
    46min
    13+
    Martin begins his journey in Sydney’s iconic harbor, then travels to Lord Howe Island, where he learns about the Kentia palm, the world’s most popular indoor plant. When visiting Norfolk Island, Martin learns the brutal truth about the most notorious prison island in the British Empire.
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  2. S1 E2 - Episode 2
    October 13, 2016
    46min
    7+
    The Tiwi Islands of Bathurst and Melville take pride in their ancient customs, and Martin gets a firsthand look at island Aboriginal culture. Then Martin swims at the great Ningaloo Reef while exploring the cluster of islands known as the “Magical Muirons” and visits Carnac Island, home to hundreds of venomous tiger snakes.
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  3. S1 E3 - Episode 3
    October 20, 2016
    46min
    7+
    On Mundoo Island, Martin spends a day with the Grundy family on their 600 acre farm; then he heads to Phillip Island, which boasts one of Australia’s greatest conservation success stories, despite being a popular tourist destination. Martin also visits Maria Island and works with scientists to learn about the disease threatening Australia’s iconic Tasmanian devil.
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Content advisory
Violencealcohol usesmokingfoul language
Audio languages
EnglishEnglish Dialogue Boost: MediumEnglish Dialogue Boost: High
Subtitles
English [CC]
Directors
Ian Leese
Producers
DRG
Starring
Martin Clunes
Studio
Acorn TV
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