Indy and Rusty play Mums and Dads but struggle to decide who will go to work and who will care for the children.
New country. New school. New bullies. Go back to the start of Mikey's journey to adapt to his brand-new life in Australia, in Hardball.
This program explores the day in the life of different professions around Australia. In this episode we meet an astrophysicist.
It's the day of Sasi-Wests-Hat and everyone is there to see who will take out the trophy and be crowned Best in the West.
Mikey feels betrayed by his friends and is ready to quit Sasi-Wests-Hat, but Salwa says Howie was a good lie and Jerry tries to apologise.
Ms Crapper wants to ban Mikey from Sasi-Wests-Hat, but the kids create a makeshift court to decide if that should happen.
When Mikey, Tiffany and Salwa attend a workshop by World Handball Champion Gary Garrison at Tiff's posh old school, things don't quite go to plan.
Tiff loses a handball battle to Salwa, so she uploads an embarrassing video of Ms Crapper and frames Salwa. Salwa is then banned from handball at school. Mikey isn't sure about being back-up for Salwa in the tournament.
When Mikey's daddy scores a rugby league contract, he upends their lives in New Zealand, plonking them in Western Sydney. Mikey starts at his new school mid-term and at lunchtime on day one, discovers handball.
A failed trial of digital locks on the doors at school results in the longest 29 minutes ever. Everyone is locked in their rooms, Ms Crapper included. Mikey and Tiffany realise they are not so different after all.
Mikey, Jerry and Salwa head to the beach on the weekend in search of the elusive handball oracle, Z-Pop. They embark on a journey that sees Mikey forced to play the leader of a secret handball society.
With Auntie stuck in traffic at a Lebanese wedding, Mikey, Salwa and Jerry must race to an office to register for SASIs, or Mikey's out.
It's handball tournament day and Mikey, Salwa and Jerry perform a rap in team outfits Jerry has made. The Battle of Block Street is epic and three players are chosen to represent the school at SASI-WESTS-HAT.
Jerry and Salwa lock horns training Mikey. Daddy has his Bullfrogs' debut, but when he misses an important tackle, Mikey cheers Daddy up with wise words.
Jerry and Salwa join forces to train Mikey in handball and his power is epic, but his aim needs serious work.
Bullfrogs footy stars visit school and Daddy is their new recruit. A badly aimed handball from Salwa gets her banned from Sasi-Wests-Hat, and Jerry's Maori legend lie gets Mikey on board.
What is it like to put your hand up, be elected and serve the nation in the House of Representatives or the Senate? In this special classroom edition, eight former politicians go off-script and share their opinions.
Leader Profile The election is over and Australia now knows who their prime minister is. We'll take a closer look at who they are, what their policies are, and what we might expect from them over the next three years. Bob Hawke Remembered Australians from all sides of politics have paid tribute to the 23rd prime minister, Bob Hawke, who died on Thursday at the age of 89. We look back at the life and leadership of one of Australia's most colourful and celebrated politicians. Digital Footprint Lots of would-be-politicians were given a lesson during the election about checking their digital footprint! Several lost their jobs when controversial posts were made public. Experts say it's a good lesson for all of us to be aware of what we put online and how it might affect us later in life. Wesak Wesak - also known as Vesak, Buddha Jayanti, Buddha Purnima or Buddha Day, is seen by many Buddhists to mark the birth, enlightenment and death of the Buddha. As part of our series on religious holidays in Australia, we ask a group of Buddhist kids about their religion and what Wesak means to them. Gibb Challenge Kids We meet a group of intrepid young cyclists who are about to take part in the Gibb Challenge. It's a 660km race through the Kimberley which raises money for the Royal Flying Doctor Service. The Gibb Groms tell us why they're aiming to be the youngest team in the history to complete the Challenge.
Leigh Sales presents an engaging and enlightening look at the day's events, from exclusive investigations, probing interviews and revealing feature stories on the issues that matter. Plus, political analysis from Laura Tingle.
Based on the picture book by Julia Donaldson, this is an animated comedy about a keen young dragon desperate to impress his teacher, and his surprising friendship with a powerful young princess.
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