Kell and Clare are challenged to trick their senses. We have five to choose from, so which is cleverer than the rest? Clare and Kell put them to the test on this episode. Pass or fail, you be the judge.
Tom Walker struggled for years as a jobbing actor, skipping lunches and working in a shop to make ends meet. Then he created a spoof TV journalist called Jonathan Pie - and a surprise career as a satirist was born.
Dub Leffler reads his poignant, beautiful book 'Once There Was a Boy'. What kind of bird is his house in the shape of? Describe the boy's home. Would you like to live on a beach by yourself? (Pause at 19mins20sec) What do you think is in the box under the boy's bed? How did the boy feel when his heart broke? What makes you feel happy in your heart? How can you make your friends feel happy in their hearts? Would you like to try the indigenous berry that tastes like chocolate?
Nola Turner-Jensen reads her book 'Sugarbag'. Max and Jimmy search for honey from the native bee. What old Aboriginal hunting trick does Jimmy use to keep track of the bee? What kind of toy does Max have? Why was Max hiding behind the tree? Do you like honey? What other kinds of sweet treats do you like?
Annette Sax reads the story she illustrated about two dreaming characters 'Bartja and Mayila'. What kind of animals are in the story? What kind of flowers and plants are in the story? Why did Bartja want to give Mayila a gift? Have you made a necklace out of things from the garden before?
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