With help from the energetic Camille, Theo joyfully learns the basics of a bouncy sport: trampolining.
Fire Season It’s been a terrible start to spring for many communities in NSW and Queensland where bushfires have destroyed homes and property. While fires aren’t unusual in Australia, experts say these ones have hit way earlier than usual, in places that aren’t usually affected by fire. We find out more about this terrible start to fire season and how some kids are getting ready for the hot weather to come. Fish Rescue A mass fish rescue is underway right now in the Darling River in NSW. Native species are being caught and relocated to other parts of the river or to fish hatcheries to try to prevent what the State’s environment minister has described as a potential fish “Armageddon”. Many are worried, when summer comes, we’ll see another mass fish die-off caused by blue green algae. We find out more about what’s happening to the health of Australia’s biggest river system. E-cigarette Warning Most young Aussies know about the dangers of smoking, but there are worries that there’s a growing number of young people using e-cigarettes or vaping. While they were originally marketed as being a safer alternative to cigarettes, recently there’ve been a few cases of people getting sick after vaping and even some deaths overseas. We find out more. Peace Games It’s not very often that 11-year-olds are asked to prevent wars and solve big economic, social and environmental crises, but this week that’s exactly what some South Australia kids are being asked to do. They’re taking part in the World Peace Game - a very different sort of board game developed by a US educator who’s on a mission to prove that kids can make great diplomats. Magpie Season It’s that time of year again - when school yards and streets are menaced by swooping magpies! We find out why magpies attack and what you can do to protect yourself.
In today's questions without notice: the opposition quizzes the government on real wage growth, energy policy and Scott Morrison's use of the phrase "Shanghai Sam"; and government backbenchers ask Dorothy Dixers on economic stability and drought policy.
Out in the wild, Theo discovers the joys of sporting events, accompanied by the lovely Manon.
Social media has transformed the way we communicate and how we express our thoughts and emotions. Whether it's Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp or any number of digital platforms, there are more ways than ever for people to make their views known. Now the concern is that social media sites have morphed into the perfect platform for orchestrated disinformation campaigns. As governments around the world grapple with calls to regulate what is published on social media, and with tech companies fiercely resisting attempts to curtail their business model, this timely program explores these key issues.
The Behind the News team cover the results from the Swifts vs Sunshine Coast Lightning netball grand final, how the Australian cricket team performed in the ashes and the Boomers’ loss at the basketball world cup. They also go to Lucindale for the Triple J one night stand music concert, share the reasons behind New York banning flavoured e-cigarettes, flying teddies and super cute animal photos.
From their tunnel hideout, the unnamed kids debate whether to meet with the twins. Meanwhile, Kal threatens to expose his double implant when he displays super strength during a kabaddi match, umpired by his Dadi.
Putting the 'real' back into reality TV, the award-winning series with no narrator and no agendas, just authentic stories told in people's own words. Immerse yourself in the life of extraordinary Australians.
Leigh Sales presents an engaging and enlightening look at the day's events, from exclusive investigations, probing interviews and revealing feature stories on the issues that matter. Plus, political analysis from Laura Tingle.
The cast look at how sex education handles basic biology; from menstruation, to the rules of reproduction, as well as the challenges of masturbation.
See democracy in action our informed and opinionated guests tackle the week's issues. The panel includes Shadow Trade Minister Madeleine King, author/social analyst Eva Cox and NSW Young Liberal Vice President Brigid Meney.
Donnie Brasco is one of the most critically acclaimed gangster films ever made. But the real story is even more remarkable than the film. Special agent Joe Pistone reveals the truth about his six years undercover in the New York Mafia.
Hugh Jackman, Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Becky G rally global citizens in campaigns to push world leaders into action against extreme poverty.
As Big Ben goes silent for a multimillion restoration, architectural historian Anna Keay gains exclusive behind-the-scenes access to the work.
For years, townsfolk have been terrified of the backwoods recluse known as Felix Bush. People say he's done all manner of unspeakable things - that he's killed in cold blood, that he's in league with the devil, that he has strange powers - and they avoid him like the plague. Then, one day, Felix rides to town with a shotgun and a wad of cash, saying he wants to buy a funeral. It's not your usual funeral for the dead Felix wants. On the contrary, he wants a 'living funeral', in which anyone who ever had heard a story about him will come to tell it, while he takes it all in.
Dru avoids a school dental check-up by persuading his twin brother Kal to go in his place. While celebrating Diwali, they notice Kal's new abilities. Could they be linked to a warning from recently disappeared classmate Tim?
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