Chris heads off to the Atherton Tablelands in far north Queensland to help out a friend in need and babysit some beloved tree kangaroos.
Chris teaches his two-day-old emu chicks how to eat and drink for the first time, while Reuben the kangaroo attempts to steal the limelight.
Get hands-on with a disassembly team as they take on the task of stripping down the six million parts that make up the iconic 747 aircraft.
Narrated by Peter Overton and using extensive NASA archival footage including rarely seen film and video, we follow the historic first-ever moon landing and look back at this monumental achievement.
Australia is a land of diverse and often extreme habitats, with vast expanses of wetlands, dense forests and arid plains. It's populated by an immense array of birdlife. There are more than 800 species of birds here and the country's isolation from the rest of the world for millennia means that many of its birds are unique.
Chris makes a heartbreaking discovery for Elvis the emu while checking on his final unhatched eggs.
The story of SpaceIL, a small company with a dream to develop the first ever private spacecraft to attempt a moon landing.
Apollo 8 was more than just the first manned mission to the moon, it brought the world together in a time of conflict and started a new campaign.
Chris cooks up an ostrich omelette prior to putting himself in the path of danger to capture a giant ostrich named Number 13, in a life-saving mission.
The final secrets of Apollo 11 are revealed, bringing to life the last stages of a program that embraced tragic setbacks and historic success.
Against the backdrop of the Cold War, follow the Apollo program from the disaster of Apollo 1 to the triumph of the Apollo 8 mission.
The first breath of life for a baby boobook owl soon turns to despair with the realisation the chick may not pull through the night.
find out what a healthy and unhealthy lunchbox may look like.
This episode takes Americans to the moon and back. Dreams of space dramatically intersect with dreams of democracy on American soil, raising questions of national priorities and national identity. This final episode also considers what happens to scientific and engineering programs - and to a country - after ambitious national goals have been achieved.
Which of these lunch boxes is the healthiest? Dietician Lisa Donaldson challenges parents to rank a series of meals from healthiest to least healthy, and reveals where the added sugar and salt are.
Challenge the class to this test. See how the European Space Agency assesses the mental acuity of potential astronauts, reciting a series of numbers backwards while climbing up and down a step.
The doctors reveal which complementary therapies actually work, when to get screened for cancer, and how to create nutritious lunch boxes.
Chris starts the day with some shaving tips from good friend, Trevor the water dragon. At Koala HQ, we check in on the health of Matilda the koala's tiny joey.
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