Henry goes into the bathroom to wash his hands and meets a sink. Tap offers to wash Henry's hands, but no water comes out of his spout. If only there was a plumber around to help.
Five million voters in NSW have had their say in the state election. Barrie Cassidy, Antony Green and the panel unpick the results and trends and predict how it might play out at the federal election. We look ahead to budget speculation.
Pip Courtney hosts Australia's pre-eminent regional and rural television program, covering farming, weather, food, innovation, mining, fisheries, agribusiness, commodity prices and other issues affecting regional communities.
Marine vessel design, construction research and a marshmallow challenge. All that and more on this episode, where the ordinary becomes extraordinary.
Melissa Doyle leads a team of Australia's best reporters, breaking the stories that matter.
Australia's current affairs program with a proven record of excellence over several decades. Join television's top reporters as they investigate, analyse and uncover the issues affecting all Australians.
Henry meets a pair of ballet shoes at a dance rehearsal class. It's the night before the big ballet show and Ballet Shoes are practising their new dance moves, but their shoelaces are tied together.
Come along with Zindzi and Teo as they decorate a hula hoop, explore a rainbow world, make paper plane party invitations, add some things to a scrapbook and see some national park exploration through the windows.
This stunning sci-fi epic envisages a future world that has fallen into anarchy, on the heels of an infertility defect in the population that has made humankind face the likelihood of its own extinction. Set against a backdrop of London torn apart by violence, this film follows an unlikely champion of Earth's survival: Theo, a disillusioned ex-activist turned bureaucrat, who is forced to face his own demons and protect the planet's last remaining hope for a future generation.
Danny Ocean and the rest of a band of thieves and con men team up for another three huge heists, but this time they're in three different locations: Rome, London and Berlin.
A terminally ill scientist downloads his mind into a computer. This grants him power beyond his wildest dreams, and soon he becomes unstoppable.
Henry meets an old retro arcade machine in a seaside arcade. Players are in short supply as no-one wants to play an old retro arcade game like him anymore.
A statue comes to life in a magical gallery and climbs into the painting Van Gogh's Chair by Vincent Van Gogh. Inside the painting she explores Van Gogh's use of colour and light to express feelings.
Find out winning tips on speed eating, what colour to wear to be attractive, how to avoid a fizzy drink fiasco, wrestling tips so you can topple anyone and the secret to seeing in the dark.
Discover the secret to how experts hold their breath and the effect on their bodies, how to execute the perfect football penalty and how to keep your smartphone cool.
Basketball star Miela Goodchild shows us a step-through, Andy takes on the dummy in an Aussie rules quick-kick challenge, and our players battle it out in tee-ball-cricket.
Come along with Alex and Abi as they give Meeka and Dan a bath, make a coloured bubble burst painting, create some baby puppets, make a platypus and see a platypus with babies through the windows.
Julia explores Kherson, a town in regional Ukraine still largely unchanged since Soviet times, then visits tourist playground Odessa. Julia takes a look around Kherson, a working-class town in southern Ukraine. It's old and crumbling, unlike the postcard-friendly scenes of Kyiv.
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