Totally Wild catches up with young people who have been stuck at home during the pandemic and a Kids Helpline counsellor who helps young people recognise their emotions and get through hard times. They share the challenges they've come up against when doing school at home and missing out on their regular group and social activities as well as things they're looking forward to in the future. Jack does work experience and tries out all sorts of jobs at the Network Ten TV station. Em looks at different superstitions and the idea of 'bad luck' or 'good luck' being linked to negative or positive mindsets.
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No-one likes being late. Knowing the difference in time systems will make all the difference, especially if your train is leaving at 3.30 ... or is it leaving at 15:30?
Spend some time with some creative students as they make films about the environment for the Cicada Film Festival and take a look at the 2019 winners. Plus find out whether laughter really is the best medicine when Jack and Em try out laughing yoga and test your knowledge of pirate talk. Get some great compost tips to help reduce landfill.
Meet some rock climbing mountaineers. Learn all about the ancient history of the tawny frogmouth. Plus, there's fascinating facts about animal communication and find out how birds can make good pets. JB attempts another AFL 30 second challenge, see how he goes then try it for yourself.
Em gets up close and personal with a huge peacock spider puppet at the Queensland Museum. Jack explains how mice can make great pets. Stacey meets an injured wedge tailed eagle and pelican at the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary. Tim shows us all the features that make the echidna an amazing creature. Plus, learn how to make that classic Aussie bush tucker bread known as damper.
Do you know which time of the year each season arrives and leaves in Australia? And which season is sometimes called "fall?" And why? These questions, and more, are answered in this episode!
In this episode of Totally Wild learn how to make a habitat for native frogs,visit a llama farm that also has donkeys, test your knowledge of baby animals and spend a day in the life of a native wildlife zookeeper. Then get active and try out JB's AFL 30 second challenge.
This episode of Totally Wild has spiders, basketball and cute animals. Plus, Stacey tells us all about the Fennec Fox.
Andy explores the desert and copies the actions of some of the unusual animals that live there.
This episode of Totally Wild is all about animal families. Meet some dogs, elephants, koalas and their babies; known as puppies, calves and joeys. Plus there's some handy tips on how to lift your mood when you are feeling down.
It's time for a rainforest adventure. Join Andy as he roars, jumps and scratches like unusual animals of the rainforest.
On this adventure, Andy travels to the freezing Arctic to see what he can find.
Ready to roar like a lion and pronk like a springbok? Andy wants to take you on a wild workout in the savannah.
Andy takes to the skies to meet the wonderful creatures who live life up in the air.
Join Andy on a wild workout in the ocean! Follow him beneath the waves and find out all about the creatures in the sea.
Andy is off on an incredible adventure in the middle of the night. Andy begins his adventure with a wild warm up before heading off around the world to meet animals in extraordinary places.
Andy visits spectacular beaches around the world while searching for some baby turtles.
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