Fran Scott meets brilliant young inventors and gets top tips on how to come up with a great invention. She tries out their genius inventions, including a swimsuit that mimics the skin of sharks.
Watch on as 10 four-year-old children meet for the first time at nursery and interact in unprecedented, intimate detail. Entertaining and genuinely surprising, this is a compelling look into their tears, laughter and drama.
First up is Kayne. He enlists the help of Jasmina, a teenage digital super-sleuth, to track down his own digital footprint. All
Kids from different age levels and backgrounds tell us their best tips on how they cope with being bullied.
Tim Pocock, who plays Ethan on Dance Academy, reveals what it was like for him at school, when he was bullied for being overweight and excluded from activities with other kids.
Primary age kids tell their own stories of being bullied, whether it was because they were the new kid at school or just because they look different. Animated drawings accompany the stories.
Steve Axford likes a difficult challenge. His photographic feats include massive volcanoes, snakes and the tiniest of fungi. Steve now sets out to document one of the world's most elusive creatures - the Australian platypus.
ABC Open presents a collection of the best stories from around regional Australia, made by people who live there.
By day Peter Terren is a prasticing medical doctor from Bunbury, WA. By night, as the sun drops and the wind calms, Dr Electric appears from the back shed with Tesla coil in tow.
Aerobics enthusiast Phillippa may be almost 80 years old, but you won't find her slowing down anytime soon.
Darren Cabillo has been a Night Patrol Officer with Larrakia Nation for many years. Darren talks about why his job is important to the Darwin community in providing crucial support to Darwin's homeless people and the police.
By day, Travis Hague is a pest controller. By night he transforms himself into a filmmaker who creates elaborate motion time-lapse sequences that are undeniably gobsmacking.
Waking up before the sun to walk around some sewerage ponds isn't everyone's idea of fun. But for keen bird photographer, Henry Cook, it's the ideal start to the day.
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