It's a very watery episode as we dive into everything to do with H2O. Dr Rob explains H2O basics and then we take a close up look at look at high diving and ice making as well as checking out how a desalination plant works. We even get up close and personal with our largest river system - the mighty Murray!
For such a common substance, water has some amazing properties! Dr Rob dives in to find out what you can do with, what you can do on, and what you can do in water.
Making ice isn't always as simple as filling a tray, especially when making loads of it. General manager of Adelaide Ice, Neil House, takes us on a tour of an ice factory and shows us the big freeze.
The Murray is Australia's largest river system, but sadly it has seen better days. Justin Brookes, a biologist from the University of Adelaide, shows us what he is researching and how he is helping to save the Murray River.
There is so much water in the ocean, if only we could drink it. Well, with help from Sean McCagh, operations manager at the Gold Coast Desalination Plant, we can! He shows us how to take water from the ocean and get out all of the salt and other nasties.
Dodly and Flynn explore patterns on a holiday island. Types of patterns investigated include linear, circular and two dimentional patterns, audio as well as visual, eg. pattern types: ab, aabb, abc.
This series is designed to stimulate children's interest and active involvement in science. Each episode investigates a particular scientific topic using clips and bright graphic animations. Today's program shows the main parts of flowering plants, their life cycle and what they require to remain healthy.
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This clip looks at the way in which families from Vietnamese cultures celebrate the birthday of a baby.
This clip looks at the way in which families from Catholic religions celebrate the birth of a baby and a Christening.
This clip highlights the way a family generally celebrate and welcome their new baby into the family and community.
See how people celebrate the birth of a new baby in their family, as parents announce their child's birth in a newspaper, friends and relatives send cards, and siblings visit the newborn in hospital.
See how families from Vietnamese cultures celebrate the birthday of a baby, acknowledging ancestors and predicting the child's career path.
See how one family celebrates the arrival of a new baby, with a party after three months, and notes written for when the child is older.
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This clip looks at the way Catholic families celebrate the birth of a baby at a Christening with friends and family at a party.
People often celebrate the birth of a new baby in their family. In this program a young boy talks about his excitement - and concerns - as he walks through a hospital to meet his new baby sister for the first time. Later we rejoin his family as they bring their newest addition home.
In case you have been living under a rock, with a broken TV, SCOPE is a science program. But what is science? When did it start? Why do we do it? And who are all these people who call themselves scientists? Join Dr Rob as he goes back to basics and SCOPES out all the in and outs of science in Science 101.
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