A fantastic series of titles exploring the challenges facing today's product designers. Today, the program explores what makes a material sustainable, including: certification, recycling, and the inputs and carbon footprint required to create them. It then explores the benefits and limitations of using them and asks, what makes a building or product truly sustainable?
Oscar-winning director Daniel Junge and Oscar-nominated director Kief Davidson take us on a journey through the Lego universe like you have never seen before. They explore the brick that has captured imaginations for generations and look at the fundamental question: Is it a toy or something more? The program delves into the extraordinary impact of the Lego brick and the innovative uses for it that have sprung up all over the world. The film takes us to art galleries full of Lego creations, introduces us to master builders making movies, into the world of Lego therapy, and brings us along to meet AFOLS (adult fans of Lego), each with amazing stories to tell.
Isaiah can't wait to use the bike blender when he visits a local grocery store. Isaiah combines her favourite fruits and vegetables to make a tasty, healthy drink treat.
Isaiah likes packing his own lunch and today he gets to pack a dinosaur for lunch. Isaiah meets a chef who shows him how to play with his food and make it look fun and taste yummy.
How to cook the easiest pizza base, make a squishy eco waterbomb, and colourful kinetic sand.
How to make your own party speakers, a breakfast prank, and make edible egg bites for your lunch box.
How to create an avocado rose, stay sand free at the beach, and scare your family with carrots.
How to make relaxing bath bombs, ingenious ice-cream in a bag, and the grossest vomit slime.
How to attract birds to your garden, print your own T-shirt designs, and make the tastiest cake pops.
How to make delicious potato echidnas, a freaky bouncy egg, and prank your thirsty friends with a leaky bottle.
How to make bowls you can eat, trap mozzies, and decorate your world with pompoms.
How to make the ultimate prank pops, create your own cloud lamp, and eco-wrap your pressies.
How to find water in the bush, make a prank ice-cream cone, and make the coolest cornflour gloop.
How to make beautiful burger pancakes for breakfast, trick your parents with a coffee spill prank, and make an epic homemade lava lamp.
Scarlett wants to surprise her dad by making a birthday cake for his birthday. Scarlett and a chef work together to make and decorate a chocolate fudge heart-shaped cake. Now it's time to blow out the candles.
Scarlett gets her first formal polka dancing lesson. Scarlett meets a polka dancer teacher who shows her to gallop, jump back and forth and spin polka style. Scarlett gets to dance with a partner to the beats of a live band.
Isaiah loves to swim and today he visits an Olympic swimming pool. Isaiah meets a coach that teaches him how to do a cannonball, a star float, and a backstroke. Isaiah also meets and races a gold medal Paralympian swimmer.
Isaiah learns about different forms of travel when he goes dog sledding. On a snowy day, Isaiah helps care for a pack of huskies before learning the call signs to tell them where he wants to go.
Isaiah meets a bubble expert who shows him some awesome tricks you can do with bubbles. Isaiah bounces a giant bubble on his hand, blows tiny bubbles inside a large one and even gets himself inside a gigantic bubble. Pop.
Scarlett has been invited to join a local hand bell choir. Scarlett gets to ring all sorts of bells from tiny little ones to a gigantic bell on top of a tower. Ding dong!
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