The team explores the threat of landslides in the UK. Leah travels to the Isle of Wight to discover why it's under the constant threat of eroding rocks. Dougal explores the biggest sinkhole in Britain.
A concert hall performance is looming with the Challis kids and some of the top musical talent in the country - Guy Sebastian and James Morrison. No pressure.
The groundbreaking music program is off and running. The students gear up for their first public performance, but pressure and stage fright take its toll.
In this brand new three-part series, a school principal join forces with singing superstar Guy Sebastian on a mission to transform the lives of disadvantaged kids through the power of music. (Part of Ausmusic Month.)
It wasn't until 1908 that a chronicle of ancient Incan culture was discovered mysteriously in Copenhagen.
The Incas were amazing architects and constructed temples and buildings that have survived thousands of years.
Wile the Incas held their emperor as all powerful, there were other important tiers in society, including the family.
With such a huge empire the Incas needed to keep accounts - but their methods were mysterious and similar to modern computing.
The Incas established a huge and well connected empire that was supported by 'roadworks' call the Inca Trail
The Incas had sophisticated farming techniques and used them to grow over 200 varieties of potatoes and piles of corn.
The origins, mythologies and beliefs of the Incas
A brief animated history of the Incas, where they lived and the civilisations that went before them including the Nazcas.
Courtney Wilkie visits the University of Queensland's zookeeper school to meet some of the students learning animal handling techniques, exercising a bearded dragon, and giving snakes and a parrot a health check.
Scott Bidmead meets young members of Hockey South Australia's high-performance program, gets some playing tips, and learns how to get involved at any age.
The fascinating story of why The Crusades began and the eventual fall of Constantinople, becoming Istanbul.
How did the Byzantine Empire thrive after rome fell? It's geography and open society played a big part.
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