Wu-Tang Clan's GZA investigates some of the technologies scientists hope will help humanity overcome the effects of climate change.
Explore your sense of taste with Dr Chris and Dr Xand, with experiments to put your taste buds to the test ... with appropriate supervision.
Find out how elite aerial skiers prepare for the Winter Olympics with no snow! Em goes to a school where they are learning about ancient Greece and the ancient Olympic games. Isla tries out some unusual instruments including the jaw harp and a singing bowl.
The legendary King Midas turned everything he touched to gold. So what if you actually had the Midas touch?
Jesse goes to the Great Barrier Reef with some young citizen scientists. Em spends time with some adorable rescued sugar gliders and squirrel gliders. Jacks gets some golfing tips at the driving range. Isla hangs out with some mountain bikers. Stacey gets to feed some red pandas.
If we emptied the world's oceans it would reveal 3 million shipwrecks, the world's tallest mountain and the world's biggest canyon. All very cool, but the other side effects wouldn't be.
Isa introduces us to the world of virtual reality, and our Science Questers hang out with Indigenous artists developing their own virtual reality.
Isa asks, "What is your favourite game?", and our Science Questers take a look at how to design your own video game.
Isa asks why animal habitats are important and what we can learn from animals and how to be grateful for the food, shelter, knowledge and medicines our animal relatives provide.
Isa asks us to consider how we can live in the city and still have traditional plants and medicines, and our Knowledge Holders show us how.
We head to Blackfoot Territory on the prairies where the Science Questers learn about the Buffalo Treaty, the restoration of buffalo, and how important to buffalo are to the eco-balance of the prairie.
Stacey's in the Land of the Long White Cloud and checking out the scenery, sports, and animals that make New Zealand so unique.
Kai and Anostin visit Iceland to see how geology, chemistry, physics and even creativity go into volcanology - the study of volcanoes.
Science Questers get to ask Commander John Herrington what its like to be an Astronaut while Corey Gray shares what it's like to be part of a science team the proved Gravitational Waves!
We follow Kai and Anostin to Iceland to discover what happens underground and how almost 90 percent of Iceland homes are heated by geothermal power.
Isa introduces us to the world of skateboarding and our Science Questers learn how physics, force, energy and gravity are in motion while skateboarding - while having fun doing ollies.
Our youth host Isa and our Science Questers are inspired by the leadership of T'Sou-Ke Nation and other First Nations bringing solar power to their communities.
Isa, our awesome youth host, welcomes us to our great blue world, and did you know the oceans make up 70 percent of Mother Earth?
Who you gonna call when you're in a sticky situation? The team will always be there to get you out of a pinch.
We meet with Indigenous fishermen who teach us about respectfully living by the ocean.
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