Truman's life is a non stop TV show. His entire life exists in one big studio with hidden cameras everywhere. He thinks he's an ordinary man with an ordinary life, until one day he discovers the truth.
Friday March the 20th is the National Day of Action Against Bullying, and this year, Behind the News wants to encourage all kids to stand up for those who need it, whether in class, in the playground or online. So we've come up with the #BehindYou campaign. We're asking all schools to get involved.
Bits of aircraft dropping off in mid-air is always concerning and has resulted in the grounding of the new Qantas A380 super-jumbo. Amid the finger-pointing over who's to blame Kirsty looks at what it takes to keep these complex machines in the air.
People are really angry at the banks after one decided to charge more for their loans. Many have said that banks are too greedy and already make big enough profits. Nathan looks at the business of banks to find out what they're really all about.
FREE RANGE PIGS
The Australian pork industry is about to vote on whether to get rid the cages where pregnant pigs are kept until they give birth. 95% of farmers still use the cages and there's a push to get more 'free range' pigs on farms. Tash finds out what makes a product 'free range' and how to tell if we're buying the real deal.
HIGH DEFINITION TV
As the switch to full digital in 2013 approaches people are turfing out the old telly and discovering a raft of new channels. There's loads of new jargon with terms like SD, HD and full-HD being tossed around. So this week Tash looks at what's on offer and what it is that makes HDTV different from the rest.
School kids in Italy have taken on a new subject called podclass. Their ex-DJ teacher has injected some new technology and turned some of the kids' least-favourite lessons into fun. Tash tunes in to find out what it is that makes podclass such a hit.
What's a science special without a trip into space? We take a peek through a massive telescope and look at the technology behind space suits. Meanwhile back on earth -reinventing the gold rush and a fantastic new plastic.
Tune in and get ready to talk tech as this episode of SCOPE reveals the latest and greatest advancements in the world of technology!
This episode reveals what can happen when something goes wrong with the brain, including when patients suffer a stroke. King's is a specialist Stroke Centre, treating on average three cases a day, and doctors know time is of the essence.
This five-part series is the story of humanity, told through the greatest questions we've ever asked. Professor Brian Cox: asks where are we in the Universe? What is our destiny and that of our planet? How did the human brain arise and why did we develop consciousness? Will our search for alien life be successful, or are we alone? The answers revealed in this landmark series offer an original new perspective on human life, combining dramatic specialist photography with innovative CGI all set in spectacular locations across the world as we explore the ultimate wonder of the universe - us.
Recycling is much more than just paper, plastic and glass. We'll find out what, why and how some of the more unusual things can be recycled. So join Dr Rob as he puts out the rubbish and SCOPES out all the science behind recycling.
Come on the ultimate cosmic journey from Planet Earth to the edge of the Universe.
We've got some major tutorials that can't be missed - from pet beauty therapy to skating skills, and even a viral video workshop.
...How vegetables can help you work out the size of the planets AND how a balloon and foil makes a perfect black hole, PLUS a bottle, pvc pipe and inner tube are transformed into a stomp rocket that takes to the skies.
Join Alex and Emma as they build a toy house, cook colourful shape buns, play an animal dress up game and make craft birds! Plus, look through the windows to see a seal show at the zoo.
We're exploring Kangaroo Island caves, learning how to pick pineapples and hanging with our new best buddies - quolls and camels, of course.