Our players try dino-soccer bowling, get a lesson in line-outs from the Queensland Reds, watch Andy and the Dummy race through an obstacle course, and one player is crowned Australia's No.1 junior all-rounder.
We flashback to the fastest ever loss in pro tennis, a BBL batsman shows us how to hit a six, we discover the science of bottle-flipping, and our players 'smashh' together gridiron and hockey.
Amazon Fires For the past three weeks massive fires have been burning in Brazil’s Amazon rainforest. The natural disaster has a lot of experts worried because of how important the Amazon is to the world’s environment. We look at the role of the rainforest and why it’s in trouble. World War II Sunday marked the 80th anniversary of the beginning of World War II. We look at the events that led up to the war and present a brief history of one of the deadliest conflicts in history. Music Copyright Recently music star Taylor Swift announced she was planning to re-record her first five albums after the rights to the original recordings were bought by someone she doesn’t like. We look at the issue of music copyright and why artists don’t necessarily own their own songs. Flag Day September 3 is Australia’s Flag Day - which marks the anniversary of the flag’s first flight in Melbourne in 1901. We look at the history of Australia’s flag and the ongoing debate over whether it’s time for a new national symbol. Pandas Olivia goes to Adelaide Zoo to meet Australia’s only two pandas, Wang Wang and Funi. They’ve lived in Australia for 10 years, but like all pandas, they officially belong to China and - while the zoo is hoping to keep them here - their time here could be up next month.
Our players chase a world record for most high-fives in a minute, the Dummy takes on a champion horse in equestrian, then our players face off in the final challenge: motor-racing-table-tennis!
Breaking news reveals that ice-hockey pucks used to be frozen cow dung, we flashback to the greatest crowd-catch in cricket history, and we get a lesson in weave-poles from a champion dog.
When Mrs Claus travels to Pineville, the Santa Pups stow away on her sled. But when the town's Christmas spirit begins to disappear, they must race to save Christmas around the world.
A water polo champ shows us how to shoot, Andy takes on the Dummy in tennis-Marco Polo, our players battle it out in tee-ball-cricket, and the last spot in finals week is locked up.
A pro surfer shows us how to do a floater, our players chase a world record for most chocolates eaten with chopsticks while blindfolded in a minute, then it's the baseball-biathlon.
A teenage skateboarding star shows us how to 'shuvit', we discover the science of balance, we flashback to a crazy Winter Olympics snowboarding stuff-up, then it's the table tennis obstacle course.
Prime Minister Interview Scott Morrison visits the BTN studio for a one-on-one interview. We ask him a selection of questions sent in by our YouTube subscribers and Ask a Reporter audience, covering a range of topics, from the government’s environmental policy to the PM’s favourite superhero. Concussion Treatment Steve Smith has confirmed he won’t be playing in the third Ashes Test in the UK after getting a concussion in the second match in the series. We look at what a concussion is and why experts say Smith’s decision sends the right message to other sports people and to kids. Nuclear Tests Thursday is the International Day Against Nuclear Tests, which was set up 10 years ago by the United Nations to raise awareness about the effects of testing nuclear weapons. We look at the history of nuclear testing and the effect it’s had on people around the world, including here in Australia. Buying Territories The eyes of the world were on a Danish island in the Arctic this week after US President Donald Trump suggested that he’d be interested in buying Greenland. Denmark and Greenlanders themselves were quick to tell the president the territory is not for sale. But it’s not the first time the US has tried to buy the island. In fact, the US has a long history of buying other countries’ territories. Toilet Renovations If you think of the most exciting or pleasant room in your school, chances are it won’t be the toilets! But we find out about a project that’s aiming to change that. Its organisers are giving toilets make-overs so kids have a pleasant place to pee!
A misspelled text reveals Drake's favourite team, breaking news reveals a dog found the missing World Cup trophy, and a young tennis champ shows us how to nail an overhead smash.
Andy takes on the Dummy at a netball challenge, an ice-hockey pro shows us how to be a keeper, our players try sumo-rugby, and the third player into finals week is decided.
A misfired text reveals Will Smith's favourite team, breaking news exposes who hit the first hole-in-one, plus a record attempt for the most toilet paper stacked in 60 seconds.
We cut a baseball in half to look inside, a wheelchair rugby pro shows us how to tackle, then it's the ultimate soccer challenge.
The greatest half-time snack is declared, Andy takes on the Dummy in slip 'n' slide hand passing, and a world-record attempt for most jelly eaten with chopsticks in a minute.
The Brisbane Bullets show us how to alley-oop, a weird text message reveals Jennifer Lawrence's favourite team, we flash back to Roberto Baggio's FIFA World Cup miss, and the final is tennis-gymnastics.
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.
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.
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