Meet a young girl who is on the way to becoming a country music star. Find out what inspires her music.
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
Visit a chocolatier to discover how chocolates are made.
Today Scott gets top advice from pastry chef Matthew Graham, as we watch with envy. Our man gets to roll chocolate into ball shapes resembling what they're supposed to be truffles! As chef Matthew says, practice makes perfect on everything. This is evidenced by Scott's initial attempt at fashioning a paper cake decorator to squeeze icing on some chocolate lollies. When handed a usable one he saves the day by deftly writing a personal message for us to savour. A game attempt at dipping and prese
Research fellow Dr Emma Jackson lets Stacey know all about the importance of conserving sea grass. It's crucial to the diets of dugongs, sea turtles, fish and smaller marine life like shrimps and prawns. Further, Dr Emma's group has created a board game based on a popular zombie TV show. The cartoon character sea grass playing pieces kill the zombie ones! It's a Wonderful way to educate kids with this vital Marine message.
Today, Kellyn goes country, visiting 11yearold Felicity Kircher already with 250 trophies for her country music singing and songwriting. The young lass already plays four instruments, and it will be fun to follow her career which should be colourful partly owing to her taste in boots!
Alex visits Dr Clinton Brewster who is holding a freeflight show at the zoo. First we get close to the world's largest feathered predator the wedgetailed eagle. Next we meet the barn owl, who, with extra vertebrae in its neck, can almost totally turn its head around. Finally it's a tall, native crane called the brolga widely known for its wild and funky mating dance!
Natalie talks to two of the youngest participants in a 100person extreme fundraiser. Today, they are abseiling down a 27storey building to fundraise for foster kids. Event technical director, Brayden West, explains how he sets up all the safety mechanisms and teaches equipment use. Everyone agrees that the scariest moment is first backing off the roof! Once over the edge, it's pretty clear sailing and because of this bravery, some foster kids are going to have a better life.
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