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A Current Affair catches up with Australia's most popular children's book author Andy Griffiths. Find out how Andy collaborates with illustrator Terry Denton and his wife, who is also his editor, to create the best selling novels.
Did you realise that all the content on TikTok, like most social media sites and apps, is owned by the company? Gruen looks at the influence of videos going viral and who actually benefits financially from these videos.
The Junior Masterchef contestants don beekeeper suits and have a go at getting honey out of a hive.
From the Academy Award winning documentary short 'Learning to Skateboard in a Warzone', a young girl explains why she loves the skate school and how her older sister cannot leave the house, now that she is 13. Coming from a strict family, her sister must follow the rules and not leave the house.
BtN explains what La Nina phase is. What does ENSO stand for? Why does warm sea water create more rain? When was the last time Australia was in La Nina. What kind of weather events may occur due to La Nina?
Former National Indigenous Youth Parliament prime minister Aretha Brown explains how Aboriginal people from Menindee mission were forced to perform in the re-enactment of the arrival of the First Fleet in Australia in 1788 for the sesquicentenary in 1938.
Isla demonstrates the psychological phenomenon of 'inattentional blindness', which magicians rely on when tricking their audience. Did you notice the changes? Watch the video again and see how much more obvious the changes are when you are looking for them?
Political cartoonists have a field day with the Federal Government's announcement of a 'gas-fired recovery'. Consider the imagery in the cartoons, look at the size and positioning of different politicians. How do the cartoonists tell a story and demonstrate relationships with a simple image? How do some of the cartoons and images refer to previous moments in history eg; bushfires and the Copenhagen climate change conference.
The nervous system controls how we behave in response to our environment. What makes up the nervous system? How are messages sent to the brain? Can nerves repair themselves in humans? How many nerve cells do humans have? What are the other systems which help the human body to function properly?
Dr Joel clarifies some misconceptions about the brain and also gives us some fascinating facts about our grey matter.
Isla and Amanda, from the Kids helpline, explain how what we eat, how much we exercise and how we sleep can affect our mood. What are some benefits of exercise and healthy eating on our mental and physical health? Why shouldn't we look at our phone right before we go to sleep?
Try this experiment to see how your body sometimes makes involuntary movements. Try out some of the variations Dr Joel suggests, what did you discover?
Em visits Indigiscapes to celebrate NAIDOC week. What is NAIDOC week? What kind of things inspire the artist in the clip? How are symbols used in Aboriginal art?
Meet some young environmental crusaders who are fighting food waste with the help of Ozharvest. Learn how to make a peach parfait using fruit, yoghurt and oats. What other ingredients might go well in this recipe? Write down the steps of this recipe in a procedural text. Add pictures, and then make it yourself!
You may have heard of jousting in Medieval times but did you know people still compete in jousting with real horses today? Stacey meets some competitors and tries on the armour for size.
The Australian government says Indigenous designs are being copied in overseas factories and sold to tourists, which is robbing Australian artists of income. BtN explains why the fact that the majority of Aboriginal art sold as souvenirs are made overseas is a big problem.
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