Chasing the American Dream – Rooster & Butch have got you covered!

Rooster and Butch Tuesdays at 8.30pm AEST from May 29 until July 31   The American Dream is a national ethos of the United States of America. A set of ideals in which freedom includes the opportunity for individual prosperity and success, as well as an upward social mobility for one’s family and children, achieved through…Read more

Dukes of Haggle – the underground barter and auction economy

Dukes of Haggle Tuesdays at 8pm AEST from May 29 until August 14 Step inside the underground barter and auction economy, where one man’s trash is truly another man’s treasure. The Internal Revenue Service of the United States (IRS) based in the nation’s capital, likes to remind American small business owners that the fair market value…Read more

Meatstock 2018 Wrap Up and Gallery

Meatstock is the ultimate festival for meat loving carnivores   where you can experience two days of epic food vendors, beer on tap, BBQ masterclasses, butcher wars, a star-studded music line-up and to top it off, a massive Meat and Barbecue Expo and the A&E Barbecue Wars. Meatstock 2018 was huge and A&E was on the ground…Read more

Rusted Development – The most unlikely duo bringing automotive relics back to life

Rusted Development Wednesdays at 8.30pm AEST from May 2 until June 6 The title of this show is a brilliant play on words. This is not a show about a dysfunctional Orange County family and their real estate business. Rusted Development follows the work of Rick Dore, an award-winning custom car builder known for a radical…Read more

In Storage – The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

If you think you’ve seen it all, then this is the show for you. We all love Storage Hunters that’s been such a hit series in both the US and the UK, but we never cease to be shocked and amazed at the weird and wonderful things the hunters find behind closed doors. They bid…Read more

Rolling Down the Highway: Heavy Rescue 401

In Canada, the winter is a time of peak danger, with snow, freezing temperatures and bursts of high winds that can play highway havoc with rescue operations. The work of the operators is particularly vital as Southern Ontario’s highways are amongst the busiest in the world with up to 400,000 vehicle movements every day. An accident…Read more

What happens to your body in sub-zero temperatures?

The Alaskans in Life Below Zero are experts at living in cold climates. They know exactly how to hunt animals for their fur, the best way to keep warm and how to make a shelter out of almost nothing. But for most of us, our bodies wouldn’t be able to handle the sub-zero temperatures that…Read more

Life Below Zero Season 5 – Interview with Sue Aikens

With Season 5 of Life Below Zero in gear, A&E couldn’t sit back and wait. We needed to know more and find out what’s in store, so we spoke with Sue Aikens on her biggest fears and find out what it’s really like to live in extreme isolation..   Australia will be watching Season 5 of Life…Read more

Alone – The Pros Vs Team A&E

Think you could survive the solitude on A&E’s Alone? Survival on Vancouver Island comes down to the participants’ ability to build shelter, start fire, hunt for small game and fish and find safe drinking water. In an environment where it rains 217 days a year and temperatures average less than 4°C in winter, the items that…Read more

Meet The Bidders of Storage Wars UK

Auctioneer Sean Kelly is heading across the Atlantic to sell abandoned storage units and lock ups throughout the UK. Will these barmy bidders be able to out-flank, out-gamble and out-maneuver each other? Meet the bidders of Storage Wars UK!

Alone – Full Gear List and Prohibited Items

Each Alone participant brings clothing, safety, and survival gear to Patagonia but have you ever wondered why so many of the participants take very similar items or why they don’t take some items that would make their lives easier?

History’s Most Valuable Toys

Our childhood toys often represent years of fond memories and nostalgia. However, not all playthings are made equal. Here’s a look at some of the world’s most valuable toys.

The Best and Worst Items to Pawn

Have you ever wondered what are the best and worst items to pawn, in terms of their value and how much cash they can yield? Here’s a handy guide.

Pawn Loans Versus Pawn Sales: A Guide

Here is a handy guide on the difference between pawn loans and pawn sales, so you can learn the lingo in time for the next episode of Pawn Stars.

How To Become a Pawnbroker

With Pawn Stars becoming all the rage these days, check out what it takes to become a pawnbroker both internationally and here in Australia.

History’s most expensive, valuable sporting memorabilia

Here are the top five most expensive or valuable pieces of sporting memorabilia in history. Many of these iconic items for sporting legends sold for millions.

The History of Pawnbroking

Pawnbroking has been a part of human history since antiquity. Here we trace its fascinating development, from ancient times to the present day.

How pawning works: International laws

As a method of financing loans, there are understandably staunch laws in place for pawning. Read on to find what they are internationally.

A Nation of Hoarders

Aussie Pickers Lucas and Adam look as to whether Australia is a nation of hoarders.

Second Hand Car Buying Tips

Buying a second-hand classic car is risky business. It is a different story though for those with the knack for picking the right set of wheels. Choose well and watch the money-spinner draw in more than just admiring glances. NRMA motoring researcher Russell Linfoot throws Foxtel’s A&E fans a couple of pointers on what to…Read more