This BtN special sends our reporters into the wild to explore the shrinking habitat of the Orang Utan. There's a lot more to Ladybirds than you ever knew, what's being done to control feral cats, as well as a bodyguard that's gone to the birds.
BtN is on a health kick this week. We check out the dangers of smoking and asbestos, look at the consequences of food poisoning and visit the blood bank with two BtN reporters who have a lot to give.
You can sometimes think that kids get a pretty raw deal in the news, but in this BtN special it's all positive. We visit some extraordinarily talented teens in the Australian Youth Orchestra, go up in the air with a budding geologist, and burn down the track in a Formula 1 in Schools Competition.
Animals can do amazing things and in this BtN special there are sights and sounds you won't believe. From some incredibly inventive orang-utans to a Lyrebird who can mimic just about anything. Then for something completely different we visit a group of penguins with attitude. One not to miss.
In this BtN special there's an in-depth look into safety. We examine the traps of the internet and ways to avoid them; stay safe on the train tracks and go for a ride with some new drivers with a lot to learn.
There's plenty of natural science in this BtN Special - we find out why some areas have more earthquakes than others; follow the fate of superseded TVs and get to the bottom of a massive dust storm that swamped much of the east coast of Australia.
Animals are always popular with the BtN audience and in this 'Animals in Crisis' special we look at the ways of controlling camels and rabbits. We see how scientists are helping baby turtles find their way into the ocean and go high into the Himalayas to spot some snow leopards.
This BtN special sends our reporters into the wild to explore the shrinking habitat of the Orang Utan. There's a lot more to ladybirds than you ever knew, what's being done to control feral cats, as well as a bodyguard that's gone to the birds.
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