Wesak - also known as Vesak, Buddha Jayanti, Buddha Purnima or Buddha Day, is seen by many Buddhists to mark the birth, enlightenment and death of the Buddha. As part of our series on religious holidays in Australia, BTN ask a group of Buddhist kids about their religion and what Wesak means to them.
What is a digital footprint and how it may affect us? Find out in this clip from BTN.
The Behind the News team bring updates on a new report that has been released with some bad news for the creatures we share the planet with. Find out why more than a million of the world's species are at risk of extinction.
Some Tasmanian schools have considered selling subway once a week at their school canteen. Find out how the healthier take-away joint will cater for students.
As Mother's Day approaches on Sunday and we think about the women who raised us, 7.30 met five appreciative children who share their experiences of their mothers.
Every year a number of Australians are effected by the Flu season. Find out what the Flu is and how to stay safe this winter season.
Tourette syndrome (TS) is a neurological disorder characterized by repetitive, stereotyped, involuntary movements and vocalizations called tics. Discover what it's like to have tics and how you can support someone you know with the BtN team
Discover the holy month of Ramadan and why muslims fast during this month and the festivities that follow.
Journalist Annabel Crabb answers Behind the News viewers' questions about how elections work, what it's like to be a reporter during a federal election campaign, and the role of politicians in a democracy.
Discover the history and significance of Anzac day through a narration by the BTN team.
wonder how magicians manage to cut a person in half and put them back together? learn the trick with the team of WOW! That's amazing.
Sikh people around the world will celebrate Vaisakhi on Sunday April 14. Sikh students share information about the holiday and their faith.
Behind the News speaks with Catholic school students about the importance of Lent.
Schools around Australia mark Harmony Day today, which is all about celebrating Australia’s cultural diversity. BTN looks at how Australia became the multicultural society that we know today by looking at the history of migration to this country.
The Behind the News team provide some pointers for younger people on how to deal with difficult events in the news.
In life, we must adapt to new environments at various points of our life. In this short clip, the culture shock of arriving in the big city hits Shaun the sheep when he realises he can no longer roam freely and is being hunted by animal containment.
This segment features author Jeannie Baker and the processes Jeannie uses in making her amazing collages.
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