Henry meets a worker bee, outside its hive in a wildlife park. Bee needs to get lots and lots of honey ready for the queen bee's arrival, but all the other worker bees have buzzed off.
**language warning** A high school student, who is a refugee from Myanmar, recounts her experiences of bullying and segregation at her school between different cultural groups. A lack of understanding between the two groups made the situation worse. How did the school address the problem?
Henry meets a hot-air balloon at a summery country fair. Hot-Air Balloon is tired of just going up and down all day and dreams of participating in a balloon race around the world.
Writer and comedian Rosie Waterland has made a successful career out of seeing the funny side of her traumatic childhood. Whether it’s growing up with alcoholic parents, hiding from welfare workers as a "houso" kid or finding her father’s 'dead’ body', the darker things got in Rosie’s life, the funnier she became. But as Rosie's star was rising, the trauma of her childhood caught up with her. It's been her three sisters, torn apart as children when the family disintegrated, who’ve been the ones helping her back to wholeness.
Henry meets a trophy in trophy shop and finds out why Trophy isn't in the trophy cabinet with all his friends.
Henry goes into the bathroom to wash his hands and meets a sink. Tap offers to wash Henry's hands, but no water comes out of his spout. If only there was a plumber around to help.
Henry meets a pair of ballet shoes at a dance rehearsal class. It's the night before the big ballet show and Ballet Shoes are practising their new dance moves, but their shoelaces are tied together.
Henry meets an old retro arcade machine in a seaside arcade. Players are in short supply as no-one wants to play an old retro arcade game like him anymore.
Henry meets a school warden on the way to school. It's nearly time for school to start but the school warden is caught in traffic, so Henry helps all the kids cross the road in time for school.
Henry meets a cactus in a garden centre. Cactus' grandfather used to be a sheriff in the wild west and cactus has always dreamt of following in his footsteps.
This week’s Australian Story takes viewers behind the scenes of the Australian effort to separate Bhutanese conjoined twins Nima and Dawa. It took a village of medicos, health workers and volunteers to bring them to Australia, perform the ground-breaking operation and assist in their five month recovery. The story features exclusive interviews and vision, including the first moments the toddlers reunite with their father in Bhutan as newly independent individuals.
Henry meets a border collie sheep dog and learns what a sheep dog does and why shepherds use them.
Henry meets a baseball bat in a sports shop, but baseball bat has never played in a championship game before and wishes to hit the ball out of the park.
Henry meets a submarine dry docked at the harbour. Submarine wants to become a famous explorer and find the lost city of Atlantis, but he hasn't got a submarine captain.
Henry meets a helicopter, he's always wanted to meet a rescue helicopter. Henry becomes a pilot and helps helicopter rescue a donkey from the sea.
Henry meets a surfboard. Surfboard has always wanted to surf the 'Super Duper Giant Wave of Doom'. Henry becomes a surfer and helps surfboard live his dream.
Henry is on holiday in London and meets a red bus. Bus has lots of tourists arriving for a tour, but his driver has gotten stuck in traffic.
It’s widely accepted nowadays that pregnant women shouldn’t take any medication unless it’s absolutely necessary. But in the early 1960s that wasn’t the case. Reassured by their doctors, thousands of women around the world took the drug thalidomide as a treatment for morning sickness, only to be faced with babies born with catastrophic disabilities. Born in March 1963, Lisa McManus is one of Australia’s youngest survivors. She’s leading a group who have taken their fight to Canberra’s Parliament House, in a last ditch battle for recognition, compensation and an apology.
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