We cut a baseball in half to look inside, a wheelchair rugby pro shows us how to tackle, then it's the ultimate soccer challenge.
The rainy season has arrived in Borneo, and the only way to keep the orangutans parasite-free is a monthly worming injection.
At the end of the 1980s, the Soviet army is being universally modernised, observed closely by western military intelligence in East Germany. Weapons-scouts in the field are constantly on duty, as are agents in high command or in intelligence service stations, for instance in the autumn of 1983, as NATO is practising new procedures of nuclear release. Moscow is concerned the exercise could be the beginning of a nuclear first strike. It takes a double agent to clear up this dangerous misunderstanding.
Did the first outbreaks occur in China or in the Caspian Sea? Experts still argue. But how did the plague actually spread? After many controversies, it seems that the rat flea was the major carrier of this disease.
The greatest half-time snack is declared, Andy takes on the Dummy in slip 'n' slide hand passing, and a world-record attempt for most jelly eaten with chopsticks in a minute.
Pacific Islands Forum Last week Australia's prime minister joined leaders from around the Pacific in Tuvalu for the Pacific Islands Forum. A big focus of the meeting this year was climate change and its affect on Pacific Island countries. We find out more about why our island neighbours are particularly worried about rising seas and natural disasters. Recycling Solution Like many Aussie schools, students at Immanuel College in Adelaide have been working hard to recycle as much as possible. In fact, they're trying to eventually get rid of rubbish bins all together. But some have been worried their efforts are being wasted after seeing stories about Australia's recycling crisis. They investigate the problem and find out from the prime minister about some possible solutions. Book Week 2019 Next week kids around Australia will be dressing up and celebrating their favourite stories for Book Week. We celebrate by going on a trip to the library to find out about the history of these big book depositories and how they're adapting to stay relevant in the digital future. Spinifex Gum Choir We meet some young members of a unique Aussie choir which has started a project that aims to give young Indigenous Australians a powerful voice. Hyenas Liv goes to the zoo to meet some Hyenas and finds out how keepers are trying to improve the image of these very interesting animals.
Baby Chiquita is quite the diva. At just three years old, she's capable of throwing tantrums worthy of top prima donnas.
During the Cold War, tensions between East and West mount alarmingly. In consequence, western intelligence services shift their focus on East Germany as the Warsaw Pact's major deployment zone. Nowhere else did western services get as close to Soviet military equipment. Their prime targets are missiles, nuclear depots and airbases. At the same time, the KGB, as well as Soviet military intelligence, were sending their spies to reconnoitre NATO forces in the West. The game of spies was in full swing.
Find out what's going on in the world with a news bulletin designed for children, featuring stories that are relevant and easy to understand.
This program looks at the steps Mumbai is taking to make the city more sustainable, and asks: Can a new metro system be the answer to the city's traffic problems?
Using Mumbai as a case study, the reasons for rapid urbanisation and the emergence of megacities are explored, including the location and importance of Mumbai.
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.
A moving investigation into the illegal Ukrainian surrogacy agencies, uncovering the horrific stories of children abandoned when complications arise. Samantha Hawley reports.
Jenny Brockie takes a look at how people manage their MS, and explores how close the medical world is to a cure.
Dr Sarah McKay uncovers the revolutionary science that promises to keep your brain healthy into old age - and uncovers the drugs that hope to defeat many of the diseases of ageing.
Dan Jones, Suzannah Lipscomb, and Rob Bell examine the Great Fire of London, which swept through the city in September 1666, and the rebuilding process that took place in the years afterwards, accelerated by the Industrial Revolution. Suzannah also investigates how London's West End became the playground of the wealthy elite, and established itself as the best-known shopping district in the world.
As the result of a childhood wish, John Bennett's teddy bear, Ted, came to life and has been by John's side ever since. But 27 years on, Ted proves to be a liability in John's life.
The pilgrims are on the 10th day of their journey, with 65km still to go before they reach Rome. Today's route takes them through an isolated and overgrown wood, which is a total revelation to Mehreen, who has never experienced anything quite like it before. The group arrive in Sutri, a medieval town with an even older history. They visit a magnificent Roman amphitheatre, and the pilgrims don't hesitate to take centre stage. Lesley auditions for producer' Les, fittingly with a piece from Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, while Maximus Gregorius (aka Greg) is challenged to a gladiatorial tussle by Brendan.
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