The doctors take a closer look inside their ears to prove how earwax has a really important job to do. Meanwhile over in Accidents and Emergency one patient has injured her toe and another has swallowed a hair clip.
Join wildlife expert Tim Faulkner as he wrestles saltwater crocodiles, wrangles deadly Taipan's and milks Funnel-web spiders; all of this is a morning's work for this hands on reptile park operations manager.
As the European migration crisis continues to dominate headlines across the world, here in Australia focus has turned towards what can be done to help; The Australian Medical Association has announced that it believes the sport of boxing should be banned for all children under the age of 18; Papua New Guinea celebrates 40 years of independence from Australia; We look at the practice of signing the news for hearing impaired people plus a look at cattle judging.
This episode follows Napoleon as he rises from humble beginnings to be the emperor of France, bashing most of Europe along the way. Meanwhile across the world we meet the Indian traveller who brought Shampoo to the world.
This week BtN is taking a special look at some of the issues that come with kids using social media; we look at one country that's managed to eradicate ebola; an international day for toilets; we find out how to become an astronaut and a new program to help young people who have moved to Australia.
The Biological World:
On this episode of SCOPE; we put our living, breathing planet under the microscope as we explore the biological world! We learn all about the bizarre looking weedy sea dragon, we take an in-depth look at our teeth and we explore how fish tell each other apart!
Weedy Sea Dragon:
Meet Sam Fawke from SeaLife Melbourne Aquarium, as he explains the intricacies of breeding one of the world's most bizarre looking sea creatures; the weedy sea dragon!
What's in a Tooth?:
Teeth aren't just great at chewing food! As Kathleen Paul from the University of Adelaide explains, they can also help scientists learn about human evolution and our collective past!
DIY Science - Does your nose know?:
Flowers don't just smell great to us. Their aroma is also used to attract birds and insects! But what part of the flower has the most pungent scent and why? Junior Scientist Marnie investigates!
The cane toad has been invading backyards around Australia for more than 80 years! Luckily for us, scientists like Dr Ben Phillips and Emily Gregg from Melbourne University, are working around the clock to put a halt on the spread of these pesky pests once and for all!
Funny Fish Face:
What do human and fish both have in common? They can recognise their friend's faces! Well, that is according to Dr Uli Siebeck from the University of Queensland! She's been researching how fish use UV patterns on their faces to recognise each other!
All that and more on another enriching episode of SCOPE: where the ordinary becomes extraordinary!
Aunt Vera would like her electric portrait fixing, it has a broken circuit. Vlad is reluctant for Dave to fix it as he thinks that the painting is horrible. Dave shows Vlad how an electric circuit works.
Sky diving without a plane...or a parachute? Alex is finding out all about indoor sky diving while Seamus spends the day shearing and rounding up the flock as he tries his hand at being a sheep farmer.
Stan lives for the wind. The slightest bit of wind and he's out on a Dutch beach, kite-surfing. With a big kite and a kiteboard he swooshes over the water and makes really high jumps. The stronger the wind, the better. That's why Stan wants to know all about the wind and, most of all, how you can use the wind to jump as high as possible.
It's time to head up, up and away on this episode of Scope that has Dr Rob with his head in the clouds - LITERALLY!!! We take a tour of a helicopter factory; Look out how Whales are providing the inspiration for wings and our Host with the most takes flight in a blimp!!
Today we are catching up with crews who have always got your back. Stacey's checking out a garden providing some much needed fun for hospital patients and Duane's meeting a chiropractor treating horses.
Follow the journey of 12 year old Maya as she joins seasoned ABC journalists as a political journalist covering the 2016 Australian Federal Election for ABC3's Behind the News (BtN). #BtNRookieReporter.
Vlad the vampire is housesitting his Aunt Vera's spooky mansion. He's scared of everything! The dark, creaks and squeaks in the night, car horns and even his own shadow! His young friend Kate isn't afraid of anything and thinks it's about time that Vlad wasn't either. With the help of her handyman dad, they fix up Vlad's house and, using some fun experiments anyone can do at home, teach him that he shouldn't be afraid.
Dr Rob had a farm, E-I-E-I-O! And on his farm he discovered some science E-I-E-I-O! That's right! This episode is all about the science of agriculture. We find out what it takes to grow a field of watermelons, visit a school of the agricultural variety and discover the power of bovine burps!
Prepare yourself for an encounter of the strange, random and weird, because today we're looking at exotic animals. Alex discovers what a binturong is and Nat's getting face to face with a komodo dragon.
Strap yourself in as we stand on the edge - the Cutting Edge of Medicine. Join Dr Rob as he delves deep into the amazing world of Medicine. We dive sunny-side up into egg allergies, we look at the breakthrough that could help stop the spread of Influenza and we learn how to make some tasty plasma.
Dr Chris swallows a super cool camera pill to follow the journey that food makes through his body. And Dr Xand explains how strong our bones are and meets someone who has developed the technology to grow bones!
Boudica turns against her Roman masters and unleashes her Wrecking Ball on Colchester, St Albans and London. We also meet famous Emperors Caligula and Nero, dishing out their unique brand of Imperial mastiness.
Old grandfather shares wonderful tales about Kirikou's childhood, when he helped the men and women from his own village and from other villages, too. Kirikou's courage and intelligence helped the Strong Woman whose roof had been destroyed by Karaba the witch; he used his cunning to find the Old Grouch, lost on the savannah; the secret of the Blue Monster; and the magical powers of music.
Steve looks back at some of his past encounters with the creatures, including his search for grey wolves in Yellowstone National Park, and his quests to see the rare Ethiopian wolf and the critically endangered red wolf.
Steve Backshall visits an extreme environments laboratory to learn how animals survive in frozen climates. He is frozen and thrown in icy waters to see how his body reacts in comparison to those in the natural world.