This program looks at all the different situations in which people wear headgear, from competing in cycling races to working as a welder or in a busy commercial kitchen.
We all like to play on playground equipment, but what makes them fun and safe? And how do those moving parts on seesaws, swings and flying foxes work? While Dodly goes off to design his dream playground, we visit others and take a close look at the materials used and how some parts work together as a system to provide movement.
Flynn and Dudley talk about the different types of bridges and reasons why they are built.
Children design and build model bridges to see if their designs will hold weight without collapsing.
Flynn and Dudley compare the bridges they built to transport dinosaurs across a toy train. Which one will work
A lesson on how bridges are designed and what materials are used to build them.
How often do we stop to take a good look at how a bridge is constructed? This program examines the different forms bridges take and explains some reasons for these differences, such as the nature of the terrain they traverse and the weight of the loads they carry.
Behind The News meets animal rights activists using drones to check if freerange farms are using animal friendly farming methods, and discusses concerns about privacy and safety.
Behind The News meets a boy who meets his own animatronic robots as a hobby and for school projects.
Road engineer Ben Champion describes the shapes that are used to construct a road, arches and triangles.
Lots of people live in them, and they're found on every suburban street, but how are houses actually built Michael Pankowski, a Divine Homes builder, gives us the low down on building a house from the vacant block of land to the finished home.
A green building in Melbourne called CH2 has been built with the environment in mind. Rob Adams, Director of City Design for the Melbourne City Council gives us a tour around this ecofriendly building.
How many books can you hold up with lollies Darci from the Double Helix Club creates a structure out of lollies and proves just how strong a packet of Jubes can be.
Architects have the exciting job of designing all types of buildings from skyscrapers to schools, from houses to churches. So, we find out from architect, Olivia Crawford, exactly what she does when she designs a building.
RMIT University engineering designer Mike Burton demonstrates how a 3D printer is used to print objects in plastic, resin and rubber.
Rob Rabba from Eureka Skydeck takes us on a tour of Australia's second biggest building and shows us its extreme features. A cube in the Eureka Tower is specially built to have the illusion of glass shattering and then turning seethrough, so whoever is standing in there feels like they might fall through.
Behind The News meets young Australian Formula Ford driver Cameron Waters to learn more about the motor racing sport, and compares it to Formula 1.
Behind The News explains what podcasts are and how they are being used in a school in Italy to teach media production.
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