Jesse finds out what it takes to be a stunt performer. Emily finds out why turtles, dugongs and other marine animals are in danger due to a lack of sea grass.
A big hairy monster with a big hairy tummy who loves puzzles? Find out who is in Big Tum's tum.
In this episode Brooke takes on the task to find fresh milk while Jesse meets the Nunukul Yuggera community and learns to play the didgeridoo.
On today's episode of BrainBuzz, Kell and Clare are challenged to make ice cream that never melts! Looking to the sweet evolution of ice cream, Clare finds out how to savour the flavour a little longer. Pass or fail, you be the judge.
Jesse hangs out at a special camp for Girl Guides and Scouts where guides, scouts and their guests can try out all kinds of activities including rock climbing, abseiling and archery. Emily finds out what it takes to be a Paralympian.
Kell and Clare are challenged to pass a lie detector test. We find out how to tell if someone is lying and how often we all lie, every day. Hint, it's more than you'd think. Pass or fail, you be the judge.
In this episode of Totally Wild, Jesse goes whale watching and Emily spends some time at the Queensland State Championships for women’s rugby sevens.
Kell and Clare are challenged to make a musical instrument from a vegetable. But we're not talking any musical instrument, it must play all kinds of tunes. Can they do it? Pass or fail, you be the judge.
Watch the clip and learn about potential and kinetic energy then try the activity for yourself. How many balls can you bounce together? Which one gained the most energy? Which one lost the most energy?
Learn about polymers and kinetic energy in this clip from Brainbuzz. Plus, Clare shows us a really cool way to exchange energy between balls to make one go flying!
Kell and Clare are challenged to make a giant bouncy ball. Clare shows us how to make a raw egg bounce, and Kell jumps all over a trampoline room. Pass or fail, you be the judge.
In this episode of Totally Wild, Stacey has a go at stunt car driving while Emily spends some time with teenagers who have vision impairments and some adorable labrador guide dogs in training. Lane from the Wooli Wooli tribe shares his kangaroo dance and music with us and explains the importance behind this traditional Aboriginal tribal dance.
Join Jack at the RSPCA and find more about the shelter while Stacey meets Craig who looks after horses and their feet.
One and chums carefully cross the pattern puzzle paths over the magic moats to get to the Pattern Palace.
Squarey, we're not in Numberland any more! Four visits Flatland, where the flat shapes live, and becomes a real square.
Learn about apex predators and why they are important to the food chain.What are some examples of apex predators? How can the health of a predator tell us more about the health of the environment?
Kell and Clare are challenged to cuddle a dangerous animal. Einstein goes croc hunting, and Clare and Kell talk everything from apex predators, to aliens to invasive species. Pass or fail, you be the judge.
The adventurous adventurer explains what happens to food on its journey through the body's digestive system. Learn all about chemical digestion, mechanical digestion, oesophagus, stomach, small intestine, pancreas and large intestine.
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