This special looks at how Australia has changed in the 250 years since James Cook arrived in his ship the Endeavour. We get a tour of a replica of the ship and find out how it came across this island continent.
Coronavirus COVID-19 has been in the news all year and in this BTN special we look at what a virus is, how a vaccine might work, and get a lesson in handwashing.
This special explores the importance of being able to manage money. We find out how the stock market works and how a kid decided how to spend his family's money for a month.
This special celebrates the anniversary of the discovery of Pluto, finds out how scientists are getting close to the Sun, and looks at the possibility of life on exoplanets.
This special on Ancient Egypt looks at some high-tech help that's solving mysteries of the tombs. We check out an exhibition that's headed our way, and why felines were sacred.
People have had their eyes on the skies for centuries and in this special we go right back to the history of stargazing. We find out about the Hubble Telescope and what could be the earliest astronomical map of the stars.
Science is the topic of this special and we begin with the considerable contributions of Australian scientists. We see how Charles Darwin changed how we saw nature and the genius of Albert Einstein.
This special looks at the written word, with tips on writing novels, a look at the best-selling works of Roald Dahl, and putting pen to paper in a letter writing class.
This special about the arts looks at the history of portraits. We also sit in on a music lesson with Paul Kelly, find out about the Spinifex Gum choir, and get a beatboxing masterclass with some pros from the UK.
This special is all about environmental sustainability. We meet kids who are waging a war on waste, and a school that's collecting worm wee to help the environment.
This special episode about refugees and migrants looks at the waves of migration in Australia and meets some refugees and migrants that call Australia home today.
This episode is all about the Apollo 11 moon landing. We find out about the space race, what important role Australia played on the day and what the future of space exploration might look like.
We join Douglas Mawson's expedition to Antarctica, hitch a ride on the Great Air Race from London to Australia, and find out what it was like on James Cook's ship the Endeavour.
We look at some women in history, from those who fought for the right to vote to the female politicians that followed. Learn about changes to the rights of women and find out about some inspirational Indigenous women.
In this civics and citizenship special, we go back 800 years to learn more about the Magna Carta. We find out what a democracy is, and take a look at the history of voting in Australia.
We look back at important moments in the history of Indigenous Australians. We join the Freedom Ride 50 years after it hit the road, find out what happened at Wave Hill, and why some people think there should be a treaty.
Every year we commemorate Anzac Day on April 25. In this special, we find out why that date was chosen, what life was like in the trenches, and learn about the important role animals have played in war.
We travel back in time to 1788 to find out what it was like to be on the First Fleet. There's a visit to the Victorian goldfields to see what happened at the Eureka Stockade and why it was a turning point in history. We find out how six British colonies became a Federation and check out a book of laws called the Constitution that sets out how Australia is run.
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