Episodes Martin Clunes: Islands of Australia Episode 2 airs 17 Jan on ITV Published 2 years ago on January 13, 2017 Martin Clunes explores Australia’s many islands in this illuminating three-part documentary series. In part two, Martin travels to the heart of the tropical north to the Tiwi Islands. More than three and a half thousand Tiwis live on the islands and, thanks to their isolation from the mainland, they have kept many ancient traditions alive. Next, Martin swims amongst the vividly colourful coral gardens when he visits Ningaloo Reef in Western Australia before heading back to the mainland to swim with a whale shark. In the Houtman Abrolhos, a string of over 100 little islands some 50 miles off the coast, Martin arrives in time for Anzac Day, a national holiday that attracts hundreds to these remote coral skirted islands. On Rottnest, Martin meets some of Australia’s cutest creatures, the small furry marsupials that gave the island its curious name. But Rottnest has a dark past, and Martin meets an Aboriginal family whose ancestors were buried here, and who are now working to make something good out of a tragic and moving history. Martin completes this leg of his journey with a visit to Carnac Island, where tourists and Western Australians rarely set foot. It is one of the most dangerous islands off the coast of Australia, because it is home to several hundred tiger snakes – which are one of the world’s most venomous creatures. Martin Clunes: Islands of Australia Episode 2 airs Tuesday 17 January 2017 from 8.00pm-9.00pm on ITV. ITVMartin Clunes Advertisement advertisement and this just in Episodes1 day ago Bring It!: Breaking the Curse of the B-Squad (S5EP20 Lifetime Thurs 28 Feb 2019) Breaking the Curse of the B-Squad: Alumni Kayla and Sunjai arrive at the Dollhouse to help the B-Squad break their... Episodes1 day ago The Titan Games: The Titan Games Championship (Season Finale NBC Thurs 28 Feb 2019) The Titan Games Championship: After thousands of hopefuls applied, a field of 64 exceptional athletes has been narrowed down to... Episodes1 day ago How to Get Away with Murder: Please Say No One Else Is Dead (Season finale ABC Thurs 28 Feb 2019) Please Say No One Else Is Dead: Annalise and her team need to get to the truth before the truth... Episodes1 day ago Flack: Episode Two (Pop Thurs 28 Feb 2019) Episode Two: Robyn tries to distract the press from the fact that her pop star client is being dropped by... Episodes1 day ago Better Things: Chicago (S3EP1 FX Thurs 28 Feb 2019) Chicago: Sam and Max go on a trip. Written by Pamela Adlon Directed by Pamela Adlon Airdate: Thursday 28 February... search EPISODES Episodes1 day ago Brooklyn Nine-Nine: The Therapist (S6EP8 NBC Thurs 28 Feb 2019) The Therapist: Jake and Gina revisit their past when they attend their 20th high school reunion with Amy; at the... Episodes1 day ago Beat Bobby Flay: Off to the Races (S19EP8 FoodTV Thurs 28 Feb 2019) Off to the Races: Haitian chef Jouvens Jean takes on Francophile and Seattle restaurateur Bruce Naftaly to see who will... Episodes1 day ago Legacies: There’s a Mummy on Main Street (S1EP12 The CW Thurs 28 Feb 2019) There’s a Mummy on Main Street: When the urn goes missing, Alaric (Matthew Davis), Hope (Danielle Rose Russell), Josie (Kaylee... advertisement MOVIES Movies2 weeks ago The Breaker Upperers (Netflix Fri 15 Feb 2019, Jackie van Beek, Madeleine Sami) Two women run a business breaking up couples for cash but when one develops a conscience their friendship unravels. production... Movies2 weeks ago Private Worlds (Paramount 1935, Charles Boyer, Claudette Colbert) Charles Boyer stars as the new superintendent of a progressive mental hospital. His apparent coldness first arouses resentment among the... Movies2 weeks ago Yucatán (2018, Luis Tosar, Stephanie Cayo) In farcical comedy Yucatán a pair of white collar thieves compete fiercely against each other trying to steal from an... MY TV TONIGHTWhat's on and when. Broadcast, cable and streaming... BRITISH FILM 1930-1990The Viewer's Guide to British Film 1930-1990 Indepth guide to six decades of cinema in the UK.