Meet two young girls who have a bull for a pet. Find out what they do to look after him.
Steve Backshall travels to the deadliest desert on the planet, the Baja peninsula in Mexico. Steve searches for a tarantula hawk wasp, serpents, and takes to the water in the Sea of Cortez in search of the humboldt squid.
Scientists have been fascinated with the idea of controlling gravity for over 200 years. In the mid-1990s, British aerospace manufacturer BAE Systems began a ground-breaking project code-named 'Green glow', which set about turning science fiction into reality. NASA was simultaneously running its own Breakthrough Propulsion Physics Project. Looking at these past projects and into the future, BBC's Horizon explores science's obsession with the idea of gravity control. Are flying cars and journeys to the stars still the stuff of dreams? Also known as Can We Control Gravity?
Join Nat as she revisits Precious a one tonne toddler rhino to learn how much she has grown since the last visit and the process of introducing her to the rest of the group.
It was the most lethal firestorm in Australia's history and its devastation is still being felt. This is the story of three families in a small Victorian community as they try to recover from Black Friday.
Why Lima is using ancient stone canals to solve its water crisis, vegetables factories in Japan and safeguarding the future of Hawaii's coral.
The Capital of Science: London, Tokyo, Paris; these are some of the capitals of the world! But where exactly is the capital of science? Join Dr Rob as he makes the case for Canberra with a jam-packed scientific episode of SCOPE! We head out to NASA's Deep Space Communication Complex, we learn all about Australia's flora at the National Arboretum and we explore the science of bushfires at the CSIRO's Pyrotron! Deep Space Communication Complex: Welcome to the largest radar dish in the southern hemisphere! Dr Rob catches up with Dr Nagle from the Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex as he explains how this incredible machine communicates with the stars. Dishing up Science: This solar panel is a little different to those you might find on top of some suburban homes. Meet Dr John Pye from the Australian National University who has developed one of the largest parabolic solar dishes in the world! Sowing our Seeds: Banks are often used to keep money safe. But Adam Burgess from the National Arboretum in Canberra works to keep, not money, but Australia's unique flora safe for future generations. Igniting Fire Science: Dr Rob heads out to the CSIRO's HQ to catch up with Fire Scientist Andrew Sullivan and learn all about how their amazing 'pyrotron' device is helping predict bushfires! So join Dr Rob for a brand new episode of SCOPE; where the ordinary becomes extraordinary
The team brings you the latest in action, adventure and wildlife from Australia and around the globe.
Visit a conservation park to learn about these three different birds that were all born to fly
Discover a novel approach to teaching students about protecting sea grasses that support our marine life
This isn't your high school science class! Renegade engineer Tim Shaw takes science to the streets, setting off fire extinguisher rockets and vacuum packs a human being.
Steve Backshall's journey is almost over; he only needs two more animals to complete his Deadly 60 list. However, it will be a tough choice as he goes in search of the final contenders in the rainforests of Brazil.
National Geographic is virtually draining the Titanic, revealing spectacular images of the final resting place of this most iconic of shipwrecks.
The fallout of the massive volcanic eruption of Iceland's Mount Eyjafjallajokull was felt around the world. Now, a year later, scientists return to Iceland in order to see whether the sleeping volcano might reawaken.
Steve Backshall and the crew find themselves in deep water as they head into the flooded forests of Brazil. Steve takes a swim in a piranha-infested river, searches for pink river dolphins and encounters a venomous snake.
Shark diving, skydiving and cave exploring - join us today for some epic adventures into the wild.
A helicopter trip over the vast expanse of Brazil's northern savannah helps Steve find his next contender for the Deadly 60 list. He is in search of the elusive giant anteater, but can he get close enough to film one for his list? A chance encounter with a tough little owl that has an ingenious way of catching its supper captures Steve's attention, and the rainforest lives up to its name as a very wet team ventures out at night looking for some of the world's deadliest bugs.
Visit the caves of Mt Etna to learn about ghost bats and bent-wing bats and find out what is being done to protect them.
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