We're looking at the environment: saving the Murray Darling River System; where our glass recycling really goes; getting rid of petrol and diesel cars in the UK; and saving animals from poachers in Cambodia.
Guidelines to help protect kids from head injuries during sport, a rookie reporter tells us about spinal injuries, and the results of our happiness survey, including a story on the importance of sleep on our wellbeing.
We check out the latest in science and technology. A class attempting a coding record, the latest in spacesuits, an international astronautical conference, plus the huge breakthrough in gravitational waves.
You asked and now we have the answers in this special. We investigate rainbows, why we dream, the history of video games and how electricity was invented.
As the title suggests, in this BtN Special we take a look at people who 'make a difference' in the world. We meet a girl who gives up her time to deliver meals to the needy and the young guy who represents Australia at the Nations Youth Forum. Then there's Nas, a blind newsreader who was given a chance to do the work she loves changing her life forever.
This special looks at ways to manage Aussie animals, including using chicken wire in the desert, managing too many kangaroos, kids becoming bush detectives, and reintroducing a native species to mainland Australia.
Our focus is on animals, including why whales sometimes beach themselves. We check out a platypus census and see how facial recognition technology is helping the weedy seadragon. Then to Mongolia for some eagle hunting.
We're looking at technology and the problems of cyber attacks. There's a robot who can take your place at school, the fine print you are asked to sign up to on social media, and lessons in a virtual classroom.
We present the answers to your questions in this special. We investigate palm oil, how new words make the dictionary, why we sleep, and we try to figure out whether space is infinite.
Good health is always an important topic and in this BtN Special we delve into some common health problems such as eczema. Why are there increasing cases of this skin disorder in our society? Then we look at diabetes and the mechanics behind this disease as well as the importance of protecting ourselves in the sun.
A campaign to get parents to behave well when they watch kids' sport. The first AFL women's league launched, plus we find out where Aussie rules started. Then, boys getting into synchronised swimming.
A look at the environmental issues making the news. We check out clean coal and whether it's an effective alternative. Banning balloons from outdoor celebrations, plus a nine-year-old taking on the US government.
A look at the lives of kids from the country. How they get their education, live with natural disasters and how they contribute to life on a farm. There's also an amazing mural on country wheat silos featuring local students.
BTN looks to the outer reaches of the universe in this Stargazing Special. We start by telling you all about the first spacecraft to travel to Pluto and beyond before being amazed by the awesome pictures taken by the Hubble Telescope. Then it's back to earth when we discover that a sacred Aboriginal site could be the oldest astronomical map in the world before amateur Astronomer Joe shows us his incredible home-built telescope.
We're travelling beyond Australia's shores in this BtN Special on 'World Affairs'. We begin by looking at what world leaders are doing to tackle the challenge of climate change. This leads on to the issue of air pollution - why is it such a big problem in the developing world? We also enter the secret world of North Korea and consider the importance of protecting the Antarctic.
In this BtN Special on 'Refugees' we ask what is the difference between refugees and migrants. We also look at some of the people now settled in Australia and how a country town has been revitalised since new arrivals moved there. We also meet a couple of girls now living in Nauru even though they want to live in Australia and a refugee girl who loves playing footy.
This BtN Special takes a look at some of the kids doing pretty amazing things in the science and technology area. We meet some award winning young inventors with big ideas, as well as an 11 year old boy heading overseas after developing some amazing apps. Then there's the primary school kids competing with high school kids after building hi tech underwater robots!
It's all about Australia's past in this BtN Special. We take on the biggest project ever undertaken in Australian history with the Snowy Mountain Scheme. We remember two significant wars and learn about the crucial battle of Long Tan in the Vietnam War. And after 100 years, we learn wy Sir Douglas Mawson is still considered the greatest Australian Antarctic Explorer.
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