When an Uber passenger catches his daughter lying to her friend, driver Ben is impressed by the way the dad convinces the girl to tell the truth.
Scrap, Jemima and Kiya visit Little Ted and share their favourite memories of his goldfish Swish, helping Ted to mourn the death of his pet.
When La Trobe University academic Benjamin Habib suffered a panic attack during an interview on ABC News Breakfast three years ago, his private struggle with anxiety became very public. Virginia Trioli revisits the international relations lecturer to learn how a moment of humiliation came to inform discussions about anxiety, as he shared what it felt like to "freeze on national television" with the world.
Discover the challenges the Manjit's business faces when looking for change in their very stable business run by an enthusiastic family.
Discover how things have changed for the Gujral family over time. Marriage is a whole different concept to when Manjit and his wife were married, arranged marriages and not the way things work now.
Inspired to make a movie about bushranger Ned Kelly, Charles Tait, his brothers and collaborators set out to produce a fictional narrative film comprising five reels - unheard of in 1906. They released 'The Story of the Kelly Gang', which at about 60 minutes in duration was the first example of what we now understand to be a feature film.
Some fingerprints are visible to the eye and easy to detect. But latent fingerprints are invisible to the naked eye. In the 1980s, the Australian Federal Police and Australian National University engaged Milutin Stoilovic, a physicist specialising in fluorescence, to solve the problem. Dr Stoilovic invented the Polilight: a ground-breaking technology that brought a whole new dimension to forensic crime scene investigation through the collection of fingerprints.
William Henry Bragg and his son, William Lawrence Bragg, were the pioneering scientists who invented X-ray crystallography. It was William Lawrence who developed Bragg's Law, which - when combined with his father's newly-invented spectrometer - enabled scientists for the first time to observe the atomic structure of our physical world. The Nobel Prize-winning father and son team radically changed the world, with their invention paving the way for new discoveries in chemistry, space exploration a
Last weekend thousands of Aussies headed to North East Arnhem Land for the Garma festival. It's an annual celebration of Yolngu and other Indigenous cultures and an important forum for talking about the issues affecting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. As usual, there were plenty of young Australians at Garma and we asked some of them to show us around and tell us why the festival is important to them.At this year's Garma Festival there was a lot of talk about constitutional recog
Lawrence Hargrave became the first-ever person to be lifted off the ground by a heavier than air device in a vertical take-off. Using a strong gust of air to propel him into the sky, Hargrave made aeronautical history by lifting himself four metres above the ground - providing aviation with an essential element for powered flight: a stable wing surface that provided lift. Consequently, all early aeroplanes adopted Hargrave’s design, making him one of the most influential pioneers in aviation his
Immediately after an air disaster, the first thing investigators search for is the black box. With his father, a reverend, dying in an air crash over the Bass Strait in 1934, it is easy to see why Dr David Warren invented the first black box to combine a cockpit voice recorder and a flight data recorder in 1957. Now widely accepted and used worldwide, it helps solve the mystery of what happened during a plane crash. However, more importantly, it helps to prevent similar
The boomerang is one of Australia's unique emblems and humanity's first heavier-than-air flying machine. Its aerofoil design wings prove that Indigenous Australians understood the physics of aerodynamics at least 20,000 - possibly even 60,000 - years before the field of aeronautical engineering was established. Its returning spin is achieved by one wing moving faster than the other, known now as gyroscopic precession.
The Insiders panel explain why the Australian political parties have been so slow in responding to gender and sexual-related issues within the parties themselves.
This simple invention takes its name from the Western Australian gold-mining town where it was invented in the 1890s by clever miner Arthur McCormick. He designed a simple cool box that worked on the principle of evaporative cooling. With a light breeze, hessian covering and a little water, food could be kept a few degrees cooler than the outside temperature. These safes were often found on verandahs before the widespread introduction of domestic refrigerators in the mid-20th century.
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