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Beach volleyball
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Beach volleyball

Clip from Totally Wild
Catch up with some of the country's top beach volleyball players at the Victoria Open Championships.

Catch up with some of the country's top beach volleyball players at the Victoria Open Championships.

Managing type 1 diabetes
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Managing type 1 diabetes

Clip from Behind The News
Behind The News describes the difference between type 1 and type 2 diabetes, and meets Jordan, a boy with type 1 diabetes, who demonstrates how he tests and manages his ...

Behind The News describes the difference between type 1 and type 2 diabetes, and meets Jordan, a boy with type 1 diabetes, who demonstrates how he tests and manages his insulin levels.

Great Barrier Reef fishing and tourism
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Great Barrier Reef fishing and tourism

Clip from Naturally Australia
Naturally Australia describes how fishing and tourism brings people to the Great Barrier Reef, and why those industries need to be managed to keep the reef healthy.

Naturally Australia describes how fishing and tourism brings people to the Great Barrier Reef, and why those industries need to be managed to keep the reef healthy.

Camera travels through human gut
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Camera travels through human gut

Clip from Guts
Michael Mosley swallows a tiny camera for a tour inside the human digestive system.

Michael Mosley swallows a tiny camera for a tour inside the human digestive system.

The long, slashing, Celtic sword
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The long, slashing, Celtic sword

Clip from Lost Worlds
Neil Oliver meets weapons expert Andy Deane who demonstrates the use of the long, iron slashing swords used by Celtic tribes to resist Roman invasions in the first century BC.

Neil Oliver meets weapons expert Andy Deane who demonstrates the use of the long, iron slashing swords used by Celtic tribes to resist Roman invasions in the first century BC.

Insects and agriculture in Cambodia
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Insects and agriculture in Cambodia

Clip from Behind The News
Bugs play a role in helping plants to grow and Australian scientists are teaching Cambodians how to manage insect populations and grow the food the nation needs.

Bugs play a role in helping plants to grow and Australian scientists are teaching Cambodians how to manage insect populations and grow the food the nation needs.

Duck hunting season
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Duck hunting season

Clip from Behind The News Specials
Behind The News reviews how governments regulate the hunting of ducks, learns how the sport is good for the economy of small towns, and meets people for and against hunting.

Behind The News reviews how governments regulate the hunting of ducks, learns how the sport is good for the economy of small towns, and meets people for and against hunting.

Teaching Patrick White's The Aunt's Story
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Teaching Patrick White's The Aunt's Story

Clip from Artscape
Year 12 teacher Paula Jenkins briefly explains why she is teaching her literature students Patrick White's The Aunt's Story, and students discuss their assessment of the book.

Year 12 teacher Paula Jenkins briefly explains why she is teaching her literature students Patrick White's The Aunt's Story, and students discuss their assessment of the book.

Schrodinger's cat thought experiment
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Schrodinger's cat thought experiment

Clip from How Long Is A Piece Of String?
Seth Lloyd leads Alan Davies through Erwin Schrodinger's quantum physics thought experiment, where a cat is both alive and dead at the same time.

Seth Lloyd leads Alan Davies through Erwin Schrodinger's quantum physics thought experiment, where a cat is both alive and dead at the same time.

Moving Australia Day
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Moving Australia Day

Clip from Behind The News
Behind The News investigates the debate about whether Australia Day should be moved out of respect for Indigenous people, who regard the anniversary as the day Australia was ...

Behind The News investigates the debate about whether Australia Day should be moved out of respect for Indigenous people, who regard the anniversary as the day Australia was invaded.

The debate about moving Australia Day
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The debate about moving Australia Day

Clip from Behind The News
A look at both sides of the debate about whether Australia Day should be moved out of respect for Indigenous people.

A look at both sides of the debate about whether Australia Day should be moved out of respect for Indigenous people.

Babylonians and quadratic equations
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Babylonians and quadratic equations

Clip from The Story Of Maths
Marcus du Sautoy demonstrates how Babylonians used quadratic equations to calculate areas of land.

Marcus du Sautoy demonstrates how Babylonians used quadratic equations to calculate areas of land.

Peppa Pig meets some minibeasts
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Peppa Pig meets some minibeasts

Clip from Peppa Pig
Why do butterflies like flowers Why do worms wriggle Peppa finds out in Grandpa's garden.

Why do butterflies like flowers Why do worms wriggle Peppa finds out in Grandpa's garden.

Trees lock carbon away
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Trees lock carbon away

Clip from Scope
Victorian forestry experts Tom Fairman and Darren Baldyga explain how trees store carbon and why that benefits the environment.

Victorian forestry experts Tom Fairman and Darren Baldyga explain how trees store carbon and why that benefits the environment.

Calwell secures displaced Europeans as workers
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Calwell secures displaced Europeans as workers

Clip from Immigration Nation: The Secret History Of Us
Arthur Calwell secretly secures displaced Europeans for migration to build Australian infrastructure.

Arthur Calwell secretly secures displaced Europeans for migration to build Australian infrastructure.

The deportation of five-year-old from Australia
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The deportation of five-year-old from Australia

Clip from Immigration Nation: The Secret History Of Us
Charles Perkins takes action to prevent fiveyearold Nancy Prasad's deportation to Fiji in 1965.

Charles Perkins takes action to prevent fiveyearold Nancy Prasad's deportation to Fiji in 1965.

Boiling the perfect egg
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Boiling the perfect egg

Clip from Scope
University of Queensland food scientist Joel Gilmore uses a sousvide machine to cook an egg exactly the way he likes it, and explains the denaturing processes that transform ...

University of Queensland food scientist Joel Gilmore uses a sousvide machine to cook an egg exactly the way he likes it, and explains the denaturing processes that transform the food.

Inside an ice factory
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Inside an ice factory

Clip from Scope
Making ice isn't always as simple as filling a tray, especially when making loads of it. General manager of Adelaide Ice, Neil House, takes us on a tour of an ice factory and ...

Making ice isn't always as simple as filling a tray, especially when making loads of it. General manager of Adelaide Ice, Neil House, takes us on a tour of an ice factory and shows us the big freeze.

How earthquakes cause mega-tsunamis
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How earthquakes cause mega-tsunamis

Clip from The World's Worst Disasters
Computer animations reveal how earthquakes cause megatsunamis, as University College London's Bill McGuire explains why the giant tidal waves are so destructive.

Computer animations reveal how earthquakes cause megatsunamis, as University College London's Bill McGuire explains why the giant tidal waves are so destructive.

Underwater robot construction
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Underwater robot construction

Clip from How It's Made
See how a robot is built to operate underwater, with thrusters, cameras and bumper frames.

See how a robot is built to operate underwater, with thrusters, cameras and bumper frames.

Counting minutes and parts of hours
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Counting minutes and parts of hours

Clip from Numbers Count
Yani counts the minutes on his digital watch until his birthday, while a clock on the wall keeps time.

Yani counts the minutes on his digital watch until his birthday, while a clock on the wall keeps time.

Sink or float experiment
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Sink or float experiment

Clip from Scope
Sink or float! Julia tests out her theory of buoyancy using a bucket of water and some house hold objects.

Sink or float! Julia tests out her theory of buoyancy using a bucket of water and some house hold objects.

Plant colours
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Plant colours

Clip from Scope
Have you ever stopped to wonder why flowers and fruits come in so many amazing colours Well Jason Goodger, a plant researcher from University of Melbourne, will take you ...

Have you ever stopped to wonder why flowers and fruits come in so many amazing colours Well Jason Goodger, a plant researcher from University of Melbourne, will take you through how and why fruits and flowers vary in so many colours.

Frozen zoos
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Frozen zoos

Clip from Scope
Can science protect our endangered and rare animal species It may not look like your ordinary zoo, so join Dr ShaeLee Cox from the Norwood Animal Conservation Group as she ...

Can science protect our endangered and rare animal species It may not look like your ordinary zoo, so join Dr ShaeLee Cox from the Norwood Animal Conservation Group as she takes us on a tour of a frozen zoo.

Fighting grain beetles with fungus
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Fighting grain beetles with fungus

Clip from Scope
The Queensland University of Technology's Caroline Hauxwell explains how her team used the beauveria fungus to eradicate grain beetles without using chemical pesticides.

The Queensland University of Technology's Caroline Hauxwell explains how her team used the beauveria fungus to eradicate grain beetles without using chemical pesticides.

Trapdoor spider burrows
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Trapdoor spider burrows

Clip from Scope
Griffith University arachnologist Jeremy Wilson reveals how trapdoor spiders make their homes and how they hunt for prey.

Griffith University arachnologist Jeremy Wilson reveals how trapdoor spiders make their homes and how they hunt for prey.

Wearable Synth-etic musical instrument
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Wearable Synth-etic musical instrument

Clip from Scope
Young inventor Justin Mitchell demonstrates his award-winning Synth-etic musical hoodie, a wearable instrument with a keyboard that can be built into a pocket.

Young inventor Justin Mitchell demonstrates his award-winning Synth-etic musical hoodie, a wearable instrument with a keyboard that can be built into a pocket.

Fun time at the gymnasium
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Fun time at the gymnasium

Clip from Play School
We go to the gymnasium to see all the different fun activities you can do.

We go to the gymnasium to see all the different fun activities you can do.

DIY colourful water current
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DIY colourful water current

Clip from Scope
Junior scientist Alexi uses a plastic container, food colourings and a bottle to create a water current model to demonstrate the effect temperature has on water pressure and ...

Junior scientist Alexi uses a plastic container, food colourings and a bottle to create a water current model to demonstrate the effect temperature has on water pressure and creates currents.

Risks to koala habitats
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Risks to koala habitats

Clip from Behind the News
Reporter Jack Evans explains how tree clearing and climate change are endangering koalas and what governments are doing to protect their habitat.

Reporter Jack Evans explains how tree clearing and climate change are endangering koalas and what governments are doing to protect their habitat.

Can tumeric switch off cancer? Part 2
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Can tumeric switch off cancer? Part 2

Clip from Trust Me, I'm A Doctor
How do genes influence our risk of developing certain diseases like cancer? Will the tumeric experiment switch off these cancer genes?

How do genes influence our risk of developing certain diseases like cancer? Will the tumeric experiment switch off these cancer genes?

Can tumeric switch off cancer? Part 1
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Can tumeric switch off cancer? Part 1

Clip from Trust Me, I'm A Doctor
This large scale experiments puts tumeric to the test. Can it really help with inflammation and cancer? Find out what a meaningful scientific study involves.

This large scale experiments puts tumeric to the test. Can it really help with inflammation and cancer? Find out what a meaningful scientific study involves.

Climate change and electricity generation
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Climate change and electricity generation

Clip from Behind the News
Reporter Amelia Moseley investigates current debates about the best way to generate electricity, considering climate change, renewable energy sources and Alan Finkel's review ...

Reporter Amelia Moseley investigates current debates about the best way to generate electricity, considering climate change, renewable energy sources and Alan Finkel's review of the electricity market.

Behind The News' refugee Welcome Book
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Behind The News' refugee Welcome Book

Clip from Behind the News
Jack Evans reveals Behind The News' new Welcome Book for refugees when they arrive in Australia, containing messages from Aussie kids, and meets some of the people who have ...

Jack Evans reveals Behind The News' new Welcome Book for refugees when they arrive in Australia, containing messages from Aussie kids, and meets some of the people who have received it.

Energy-efficient autonomous soaring drone
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Energy-efficient autonomous soaring drone

Clip from Scope
RMIT's Alex Fisher and Abdulghani Mohamed explain how the flight of birds inspired the development of their autonomous soaring drone, which uses updrafts to help power the flight.

RMIT's Alex Fisher and Abdulghani Mohamed explain how the flight of birds inspired the development of their autonomous soaring drone, which uses updrafts to help power the flight.

DIY skin model made of marshmallows and jelly
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DIY skin model made of marshmallows and jelly

Clip from Scope
Junior scientist Claudia explains what the different layers of skin are, and demonstrates how to make a model of the organ with jelly, marshmallows, rollups and raspberry twists.

Junior scientist Claudia explains what the different layers of skin are, and demonstrates how to make a model of the organ with jelly, marshmallows, rollups and raspberry twists.

Protecting native species from feral animals
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Protecting native species from feral animals

Clip from Behind the News
Reporter Sowaibah Hanifie reveals how conservationists are using chicken wire structures to give native animals a place to hide from feral animals in the Outback.

Reporter Sowaibah Hanifie reveals how conservationists are using chicken wire structures to give native animals a place to hide from feral animals in the Outback.

Story time - Jemima and the Very Big Sandwich
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Story time - Jemima and the Very Big Sandwich

Clip from Play School
The Play School team tell us a story about sharing and enjoying healthy food with friends.

The Play School team tell us a story about sharing and enjoying healthy food with friends.

A visit to the museum dinosaur exhibit
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A visit to the museum dinosaur exhibit

Clip from Play School
We visit a dinosaur exhibit at the museum with Play School

We visit a dinosaur exhibit at the museum with Play School

How to make a bottle rocket from plastic and cardboard
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How to make a bottle rocket from plastic and cardboard

Clip from History Hunters
A great way to show how propulsion works, using safe materials like cardboard and plastic bottles.

A great way to show how propulsion works, using safe materials like cardboard and plastic bottles.

Making honey
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Making honey

Clip from Play School
Watch through the windows to see how honey is created from honeycomb

Watch through the windows to see how honey is created from honeycomb

Some magical cake decorating
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Some magical cake decorating

Clip from Play School
Through the Play School windows we see a cake decorator make an amazing Alice in Wonderland cake.

Through the Play School windows we see a cake decorator make an amazing Alice in Wonderland cake.

Inside a sewerage treatment plant
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Inside a sewerage treatment plant

Clip from Totally Wild
Discover what goes on inside a sewerage treatment plant.

Discover what goes on inside a sewerage treatment plant.

Ethical dilemma - the impact of cars
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Ethical dilemma - the impact of cars

Clip from Compass
A family is reducing its reliance on cars for one week and meets some people from Kiribati, who are in the firing line when it comes to global warming.

A family is reducing its reliance on cars for one week and meets some people from Kiribati, who are in the firing line when it comes to global warming.

Living ethically - the outcomes
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Living ethically - the outcomes

Clip from Compass
A family completes a week without eating meat, growing their own herbs and living with one less car. How did they go? Could you do it?

A family completes a week without eating meat, growing their own herbs and living with one less car. How did they go? Could you do it?

Jess reluctantly accepts tradition
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Jess reluctantly accepts tradition

Clip from Bend It Like Beckham
Under pressure from her parents, Jess complies with her family's expectations, abandons her hopes of a career in sport, and helps prepare for her sister's wedding.

Under pressure from her parents, Jess complies with her family's expectations, abandons her hopes of a career in sport, and helps prepare for her sister's wedding.

Dinosaur extinction, fossil evidence
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Dinosaur extinction, fossil evidence

Clip from Catastrophe
An introduction to the major mass extinctions in Earth's history - and the evidence found in rock layers that the dinosaurs died out suddenly.

An introduction to the major mass extinctions in Earth's history - and the evidence found in rock layers that the dinosaurs died out suddenly.

Charlton Heston talks guns
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Charlton Heston talks guns

Clip from Bowling For Columbine
Michael Moore meets National Rifle Association president Charlton Heston to discuss America's gun culture and the shooting death of a sixyearold girl by one of her classmates.

Michael Moore meets National Rifle Association president Charlton Heston to discuss America's gun culture and the shooting death of a sixyearold girl by one of her classmates.

Christmas at Bondi
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Christmas at Bondi

Clip from Bondi Rescue
He might not be the real Santa, but Bondi's lifeguard santa is still a hit. learn about an Aussie Christmas, with a bit of beach culture thrown in.

He might not be the real Santa, but Bondi's lifeguard santa is still a hit. learn about an Aussie Christmas, with a bit of beach culture thrown in.

Great Chinese inventions
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Great Chinese inventions

Clip from The Time Compass
The Chinese invented many amazing things, such as the compass, silk fabric and gun powder.

The Chinese invented many amazing things, such as the compass, silk fabric and gun powder.

Roman law in ancient Rome
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Roman law in ancient Rome

Clip from The Time Compass
Many of the 'rules' of law currently used in the western world are based on Roman law, created thousands of years ago

Many of the 'rules' of law currently used in the western world are based on Roman law, created thousands of years ago

Who were the gladiators of rome?
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Who were the gladiators of rome?

Clip from The Time Compass
The Roman 'circus' was notorious for animal and human fights. But who were the people known as gladiators?

The Roman 'circus' was notorious for animal and human fights. But who were the people known as gladiators?

Life in a Victorian slum - dog eat dog
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Life in a Victorian slum - dog eat dog

Clip from Michael Mosley: Queen Victoria's Slum
Rent day in Victorian London was known as 'Black Monday'. Families either landed out on the street, or could survive another week.

Rent day in Victorian London was known as 'Black Monday'. Families either landed out on the street, or could survive another week.

The 'dark web': Is a free internet worth risking privacy?
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The 'dark web': Is a free internet worth risking privacy?

Clip from The Feed
Did you know that your Medicare details could be selling on the dark web for less than $30? What's more important - a free internet, or our privacy?

Did you know that your Medicare details could be selling on the dark web for less than $30? What's more important - a free internet, or our privacy?

Goodbye Tony Abbott?
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Goodbye Tony Abbott?

Clip from The Feed
Parody. A June 2017 Guardian poll suggests that only 18 percent of Australians think Tony Abbott should stay in politics. The Feed pays a very tongue in cheek tribute to Mr Abbott.

Parody. A June 2017 Guardian poll suggests that only 18 percent of Australians think Tony Abbott should stay in politics. The Feed pays a very tongue in cheek tribute to Mr Abbott.

Penal battalions decimated under Order No.227
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Penal battalions decimated under Order No.227

Clip from Russia's War: Blood Upon the Snow
Russian penal battalions are used as cannon fodder while order No.227 punishes retreat with death.

Russian penal battalions are used as cannon fodder while order No.227 punishes retreat with death.

Cubic equations and the mathematics of drag
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Cubic equations and the mathematics of drag

Clip from Science in a Golden Age
Land speed record holder explains how the mathematics of thrust and drag are fundamental to high speed designs.

Land speed record holder explains how the mathematics of thrust and drag are fundamental to high speed designs.

The mathematics of flight
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The mathematics of flight

Clip from Science in a Golden Age
Quadratic equations hold many secrets of our ability to conquer the sky.

Quadratic equations hold many secrets of our ability to conquer the sky.

School prepared for bushfires
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School prepared for bushfires

Clip from Behind the News
Behind The News visits a NSW school to learn how they've prepared themselves for bushfire season.

Behind The News visits a NSW school to learn how they've prepared themselves for bushfire season.

What makes someone a bad friend?
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What makes someone a bad friend?

Clip from My Great Big Adventure
Kayne Tremills discusses some of the things to look out for in a friend's behaviour that might be hurtful, particularly if they occur regularly.

Kayne Tremills discusses some of the things to look out for in a friend's behaviour that might be hurtful, particularly if they occur regularly.

Was Stonehenge a cemetery for the elite?
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Was Stonehenge a cemetery for the elite?

Clip from The Mystery of Stonehenge
New evidence suggests that Stonehenge was actually a burial ground for the elite of ancient Britain.

New evidence suggests that Stonehenge was actually a burial ground for the elite of ancient Britain.

How hats are made
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How hats are made

Clip from Play School
Through the Play School windows we see how hats are made, including a very colourful bonnet.

Through the Play School windows we see how hats are made, including a very colourful bonnet.

Race walking and hurdling
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Race walking and hurdling

Clip from Totally Wild
What skills are needed to be a race walker or hurdler? Find out in this clip/

What skills are needed to be a race walker or hurdler? Find out in this clip/

What is a capybara
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What is a capybara

Clip from Totally Wild
Find out all about the world's largest rodent - the capybara.

Find out all about the world's largest rodent - the capybara.

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