Andy takes on the Dummy in a basketball trick shot challenge, we get a masterclass in high jump from rising star, our players sort the laundry for the AFL, then it's pinata putt-putt!
Matt Gillett shows us how to flick pass, we discover golf balls used to be filled with honey, a world record attempt for most sticky notes on your face, and the dino-soccer shoot-out.
A figure-skater shows us the triple salchow, we flash back to Luke Shuey's after-the-siren winner in 2017, and our players discover the science of muscle soreness.
The Brisbane Roar give a free-kick lesson, Andy takes on the Dummy in a place-kicking challenge, and we vote on the greatest netballer ever.
A champion cheerleader shows us a base toss, we flashback to the incredible Olympic gold by Kieren Perkins, and a bizarre text reveals what Sam Kerr misses from back home.
A teenage skateboard sensation shows us how to ollie, Andy and the Dummy battle it out in pinata-tennis, our players sort the laundry for the NRL, then it's the plastic cup triathlon.
Breaking news reveals the shocking truth about Major League Baseball umpires' undies. Plus, we flashback to the fastest red card in history (after two seconds), then our players take on bubble-soccer.
Our players chase a world record for most biscuits stacked in a minute, parkour pro Shaun Wood shows us the precision jump, and our players take on pinata table tennis.
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
Garma Festival 2019 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. Constitutional Recognition At this year's Garma Festival there was a lot of talk about constitutional recognition. For a long time, many Indigenous and non-Indigenous Aussies have been calling for some changes to the constitution and now the prime minister has promised it'll soon be taken to a vote. We find out more about what constitutional recognition means and how it could be achieved. Sports Supplements Warning Last week some experts warned athletes about the risk of sports supplements after swimmer Shayna Jack tested positive to a banned substance. She says she doesn't know how a banned drug got into her system, but she suggested it might have been a contaminated batch of supplement. We look at why sports people take supplements, how they're different to banned drugs and why they can be risky. Fatbergs This week Olivia takes a closer look at what we flush down the loo! While that might seem obvious (and unpleasant) the organisation in charge of South Australia's sewerage system says a lot of people aren't getting the message. It says things like "flushable" wipes (which aren't actually flushable!) are creating big, gross blockages known as "fatbergs" in sewerage pipes. It's even released a jingle to remind people of what should and shouldn't go down the toilet. Radiated Tortoises We go to the zoo to meet some very cute tortoises which had a lucky escape from poachers. Their species is targeted by animal traffickers who sell them for their shells, their meat or as pets. We find out more about animal trafficking and what's being done to stop it.
Our players discover the science of golf balls, Andy takes on Dummy in a dizzy cricket challenge, Aussie Diamond Gretel Tippett shows us how to shoot, then it's the ultimate basketball challenge.
Breaking news reveals the number of bounces an NBA basketball does in its lifetime, the Brisbane Lions WAFL team shows the Dummy how to nail a ruck contest, then it's time for an equestrian shoot-out.
Our players attempt dino-soccer bowling, get a lesson in pumping from a BMX champ, sort the laundry for our commentators Glen and Glenda, and one player is crowned Australia's No.1 junior all-rounder!
Breaking news reveals bird-related teams are more successful than cat-related teams in AFL. Our players discover the science of sugar. Andy gives a masterclass in how not to become a pro athlete.
We flash back to the moment David Beckham faced off against a mascot, the Dummy competes against a dog in show tricks, and our players take on a challenge that smashhes together gridiron and hockey.
Our players discover the science of soccer balls, Australian kids vote on the easiest sport, Andy takes on the Dummy in Dizzy-Tackling, then it's the motor-racing-table-tennis challenge.
UK Prime Minister Last week people all around the world were talking about the UK's new PM. His name is Boris Johnson and while he's been in politics for a long time he's known as an unconventional leader with a big personality and an unusual hairdo! We find out more about who Boris Johnson is and why his leadership could have a big impact on the UK and other countries. FaceApp and Privacy You might have seen a lot of pictures passed around recently of your friends or celebrities looking much older than they are. They come from a popular app called FaceApp which lets users change their appearance. But it's caused controversy because of terms and conditions which allow FaceApp to store and sell your photos. We find out more about data collection, why companies do it and how you can protect your privacy online. Uluru Tourists One of Australia's most famous natural wonders has been busier than usual lately. Heaps of tourists have been travelling to Uluru, with many hoping to climb the famous rock before a ban comes in in October. Some locals say it's led to an increase in rubbish and illegal camping in the area. We look at what's been happening and why the climbing ban has been put in place. MS Readathon This month primary school kids across Australia will be sticking their noses in as many books as possible for the MS Readathon. They'll be raising money to help people who live with a condition called multiple sclerosis or MS. We meet some kids who'll be doing the readathon and find out why it means a lot to them. Girls Rock We meet some kids who've spent part of their school holidays learning how to be rock stars! They took part in a program called Girls Rock which is designed to show kids that music is for everyone.
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