Hugh realises that hundreds of thousands of tonnes of plastic is exported from the UK to Malaysian every year. With the help of Greenpeace and a local environmental action group, he visits some illegal plastic processing plants and is shocked by what he finds. Mountains of plastic bags and packaging that are clearly from the UK and Europe contaminate the environment and waterways of Malaysia. Consumers are under the impression their local council is recycling their waste but it appears that this
Many honey producers in eastern Australia have lost their livelihood due to 2019 2020 bushfires and drought. This may lead to a shortage of honey and price rises at the supermarket. What are some other negative effects of a decline in the bee population?
Ash Barty tells 7.30 about her career and how she views Australians and their relationship with sport.
This clip from 'Ask us anything' shows the responses to the question 'What are you doing on January 26'. How do the responses differ? How are they the same? Has Australia Day always been held on January 26? What would be the implications of changing the date?
The ABC’s Michael Rowland interviews the Prime Minister about the responses by the different levels of government to the unprecedented bushfire season. They also discuss climate change and the hostile reception the PM has received in some bushfire affected regions.
Locals in Raymond Island and other parts of Australia have come together to look after animals caught up in the bushfires. Koalas, kangaroos, birds and wombats are in danger of population decrease due to injuries and lack of food.
Lochy, Luke and Miranda show us where their mob is from and we learn some different ways to say 'hello' in indigenous languages.
Did you know the name Santa Claus comes from the name St Nicholas? The scope team retell the story of 'St Nick' in an amusing way with the ghost of Christmas past visiting the mad scientist.
Dr Joel tells us some scientific facts about the north pole, gingerbread and glitter!
Kell describes different types of pollution. What kinds of pollution does the clip show? Where does pollution come from? How can we stop pollutants from entering the ecosystem?
Clare looks at simple ways to reduce, reuse and recycle around the home.
Radios have been around for over 100 years but how do they work? Learn how microphones capture the sound of voices and turn them into electrical energy in the form of radio waves. Clare also explains how digital radios work.
We take our smart phones for granted, have you ever thought about how they actually work? Kell explains how phones use a network and frequencies to allow us to communicate with each other.
Wally and his friends sing a song about the letters of the alphabet. They have a word for each letter - can you think of any other words that start with the same letters or sounds?
Watch the colour wheel experiment, then try it for yourself. All you need is cardboard, textas, a skewer and blu tack. What did you notice? How many colours are in the rainbow? Did you create white light?
*Strong language warning* A wrap up of the best funny, sad and touching moments on Q and A from the last 12 years. Featuring Bill Gates, Julia Gillard, Malcolm Turnbull, Kevin Rudd, Barry Humphries, Jackie Lambie, John Howard and more.
Learn the different theories behind the origins of the Olympic Games. Which Gods were involved? What were some of the first events at the Ancient Olympics in Greece?
Learn about polymers and kinetic energy in this clip from Brainbuzz. Plus, Clare shows us a really cool way to exchange energy between balls to make one go flying!
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