This four-part series looks at what happens when two of Australia's best-known women, Olympic champion Catherine Freeman and actor Deborah Mailman, go bush across the top end of Australia together. The series captures the experiences of these two self-confessed city girls and is a rollicking ride that captures the quintessential tourist experience of outback Indigenous Australia. It is a journey of physical, cultural and personal exploration and not just for Deborah and Catherine.
Humpbacks, Blue Whales, porpoises and dolphins are common sights in Monterey Bay, California. It is a protected nature reserve and a whale watchers' paradise, but Disneyland it is not. Killer Whale Attack revisits a shocking event that made national headlines and raises difficult questions as it attempts to unravel a dark mystery.
To punish the Egyptian Pharaoh for enslaving the Israelites and refusing to let them leave, God sent down ten plagues on Egypt. The fourth was the plague of locusts. Hans-Joerg Ferenz of the University of Halle in Germany is researching ways of combating locust plagues and has found, that under certain conditions, solitary locusts develop into swarming locusts.
40 years after first landing on the Moon, man is preparing to return. However, this time the astronauts won't just land on the Moon - they plan to stay.
This BBC clip introduces students to the first manned missions to the moon and why it was such an epic and revolutionary achieve
This BBC short clip is a great conversation starter. An American man has started a business selling real estate on the moon. But
No human has set foot on the moon since the early 70s, but all that is set to change with a series of moon bases planned for the
The Bettenays and Fletchers are a three-generation family living in a massive rental home on Melbourne's suburban fringe. They thought living together would allow them to save money, but their bills are astronomical - they have no idea how much carbon they are producing - and little wonder.
It's a feature length episode of Mythbusters and this time the team is on a mission to mash metal! In this Mythbusters: Demolition Myths special the team has four fables of automotive mayhem guaranteed to bend your fender. First up Adam and Jamie feel the need - the Need for Speed - wanting to discover if a key scene from Keanu's iconic motoring movie is fact or fake film physics.
According to the Bible, to punish the Egyptian Pharaoh for enslaving the Israelites and refusing to let them leave, God sent down ten plagues on Egypt. "For the Seventh plague, God sent several storms. Thunder and lightening and hail flashed down on the land of Egypt. It was the worst storm in the land of Egypt since it had become a nation." Reports of hail disasters have become more common. Insurance claims for hail damage have doubled every two years. The storms have devastating results for farms and destroy crops. Some attribute the increase in these events to global warming.
Compelled to save 10 endangered Sumatran elephants from certain death in a government-run camp, Australian conservationist Nigel Mason risks everything to transport them over 3500km to his Elephant Safari Park in the hills of Bali.
Joanna Lumley undertakes a personal journey to Borneo for a once-in-a-lifetime experience with orangutans, a species that could disappear within 50 years. The orangutan population has declined by 90% in the last century and Joanna learns of the massive deforestation - to create palm oil that is used in everyday lives - that lies at the root of the problem.
The human body is engineered for strength, power and endurance. Bone is sturdy as concrete but flexible enough to resist breaking. It's even light enough to allow us to be quicker off the mark than a racehorse.
In the Bible, God is said to have sent swarms of flies upon the Egyptians. Nowadays swarms of mosquitoes still descend upon us. The females inject the malaria parasite, plasmodium, which reproduces rapidly in the blood. Recurring bouts of fever weaken the victims until they die. The danger of dying of malaria is particularly high in eastern Africa. At the Kenya Research Institute scientists are trying to establish what it is exactly that attracts mosquitoes.
The McSweeney-Glenwright family are challenged to bring their carbon emissions down by 50 percent. Their pride and joy is their large Cape Cod style home which looks great but is totally unsuitable for our Australian climate.
This science-based series looks at human-pet relationships. Tonight follows humans' relationship with dolphins through the ages
Once thought to be vegetarians, recent reports suggest spectacled bears are attacking cattle. This film travels across the Andean chain and deep into the Ecuadorian interior to discover the truth behind this elusive animal.
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