Teach students how simple it is to cook by demonstrating the ease of putting together a rustic Italian bruschetta.
Australians changed the way we see the world (literally and figuratively) with forensic lamps, X-ray crystallography and feature films.
Josh Niland of the Fish Butchery breaks down a kingfish for each of the contestants to choose a cut to cook with. The contestant with the least impressive dish will be going home.
This episode reveals the incredible engineering behind the Burj Khalifa. At more than half a mile high, it's the tallest sky scraper ever built.
This episode uncovers the innovations that enable the world's largest plane, the unique Antonov AN255, to carry the world's heaviest air-freighter.
Dedicated collectors Warwick Noble and Melanie Hughes are influenced by mid-century American architecture. Their design is a slice of Palm Springs destined to make its mark in a suburban street in North Balgowlah.
This episode's immunity challenge is fought in two rounds. In one round, contestants must create a delicious dish using instant noodles. The top two from round one must make a nostalgic and comforting dish.
Contestants must create a vegan dish using at least one ingredient from the mystery box set by vegan chef Shannon Martinez. The top four dishes will cook off in the next immunity challenge.
Engineering has built our modern world. Everything from skyscrapers to roads and air travel are here because of Engineering. But what happens when engineering goes horribly wrong? Go behind the headlines to uncover what really happened in the most notorious engineering accidents.
Occasionally a "superstar" among fighters is born. The Spitfire was a genuine superstar, a success from its infancy and maturity. It was a fighter that truly deserves its legendary status. From the first prototype flight in 1936, through its entry into active service in the fateful summer of 1940, when it equipped 19 squadrons for the Battle of Britain.
Contestants must replicate chef Peter Gunn's 'Black Box' from his restaurant Ides. The contestant with the least impressive dish will be going home.
This short fashion newsflash tells what's cutting-edge in the world of Australian fashion. With SBS TV's iconic fashion guru, Lee Lin Chin.
Dr Lara Dungan takes a look at the technologies that could enable us to eliminate fossil fuels and pollution while growing our economy and improving our lifestyles.
The final episode is here and it's down to our final three teams to impress not only Brickman (and host Hamish) but hundreds of kids, parents, and Lego fans to find out who will be the ultimate Lego Master.
Jo Barrett and Matt Stone from Oakridge Wines mentor this service challenge, with each team cooking a sweet or savoury menu. The team with the least impressive menu faces the pressure test.
Contestants are cooking off against the other contestant on their bench. The best dish from each bench will be safe, while the remaining contestants must cook in the elimination round.
In the penultimate episode, teams face two challenges. The first one sees them only able to use pieces from a smashed Lego Harley-Davidson. In the second challenge, they must create a building that works in both day and night.
Hosted by fashion guru Lee Lin Chin. This episode features glam menswear label Clifford Gordon.
The secrets of a super ship, that deliberately sinks into the ocean carrying the biggest loads on Earth, are revealed.
Take apart the $150 billion International Space Station to uncover the extraordinary innovations that enable it to support life in deadly space.
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