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On a mission to save the Mad Hatter, Alice must find venture back to Underland and do the impossible: change the past.
Four Corners investigates the conditions that led to defects being discovered in some of Australia's newest apartment buildings.
Play School celebrates new life and reflects on loved ones who've died. With stories and play we explore what can be challenging times for children. We meet a newborn baby and Alex shares how he remembers his grandmother.
Wake up to the latest overnight developments, breaking news, interviews and all the information you need to start the day. Presented by Virginia Trioli and Michael Rowland, sport with Paul Kennedy and weather with Nate Byrne. This episode includes an interview with Benjamin Habib, the academic who wrote What It Feels Like to Freeze on National Television.
Four Australian inventions that transformed how we see the world around us, and what we know about it. William and Lawrence Bragg invented X-ray crystallography to reveal the atomic structure of crystals. Milutin Stoilovic and colleagues at the Australian National University worked with Federal Police to create a forensic lamp, the Polilight, which could detect latent finger prints. Charles Tait created the world's first feature film with the help of his family, and William Beech invented the periscope rifle in the trenches of Gallipoli.
Max is a rambunctious boy on a adventure to an island of wild things. Despite their pointy teeth, Max discovers the meaning of friendship. Test your students' knowledge of Spike Jonze's adaptation of Maurice Sendak's Where the Wild Things Are.
Is a movie director's vision more vivid than a child's imagination? Challenge your students to compare what they've read with what they've watched in these film adaptations of classic books for children.
Critique the "sense and nonsense" of the global $100 billion vitamin and supplement industry with Derek Muller in Vitamania. Then test your students' knowledge of the importance of vitamins in our diets, and the history of the business.
Sun, sand and surf. Just because we're having fun doesn't mean we can forget about safety. Rip currents account for 80 percent of beach rescues, and can be dangerous or deadly if you don't know what to do. Learn to stay safe with Bondi Rescue.
Whether you prefer your lava flowing down a mountain or bubbling in a lamp, try some of these awesome Scope chemical science DIY experiments with your students and reveal how different substances react to one another.