Seamus Evans reveals how jumping spiders prey on other spiders, how pigeons always find their way home, and how octopuses fit into narrow spaces.
Stacey Thomson meets the young violin players at the Moreton Celtic Fiddle Club and learns what they like about playing a musical instrument and how they feel about performing.
Emma Ralph goes 'snuba' diving with Benny Walker, sees the marine life that call Port Noarlunga reef home, and learns what you need to do to be an instructor.
Duane Strauss meets aircraft engineering students and their instructors and learns about careers in avionics.
Alex Battye meets the iguanas at Australian Reptile Park and learns about their habitat, why they change colour and how they tell the time with their 'third eye'.
Alex Battye gets an introduction to street luging from instructor Tyler Johnson.
Seamus Evans meets three ratite species and explains some of the unique characteristics of ostriches, cassowaries and rheas.
Professional hula hoopist Alyssa Venning reveals how to get into the performance sport.
Natalie Hunter meets ball kids in training to help out at the Australian Open and learns what their responsibilities are.
Ella Germein goes snorkelling with diver Chris Wilkinson, who explains why shipwrecks are used to form artificial reefs and why not just anything can dumped in the water.
Duane Strauss takes a trip to the vet to see how they remove a dead tooth from a dog, and learns how to take better care of a canine's teeth.
William explains why his silkworms are the best pets ever, how they develop and how he cares for them.
Follow the heart-warming journey of a regional children's choir, and its founder Michelle Leonard's personal mission to bring a desolate musical landscape back to life.
This is a show about how things are made. Hosted by animated robots, this series will show you want goes into making things we use in our everyday lives. Cool.
Making Stuff is a show about how things are made. Hosted by animated Robots, this series will show you want goes into making things we use in our everyday lives. Cool!
An description of the New Year festival celebrated by the Dai people who live in Sichuan Banang in southwest China.
This clip describes the features of the Great Wall of China and details how and why it was built.
Find out about the Hanging Temple it's features and the reasons for building it.
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