Historians describe Marie Antoinette prior to her arrival in Versailles
Matt shares with the class that he misses his father, who is absent because of work, and together they workshop ways to approach the subject. Bernadette explains the importance of using the pronoun 'I' rather than 'you' when communicating, to safeguard against casting blame. The class learns about 'I' messages and communicating emotions effectively.
Helen Hyunh explains how the children of Vietnamese children were raised to value education highly and had a role in translating English for their parents.
Filmed in ultra slow-motion, 48 collisions are recorded between dancers, boxers, martial artists, gymnasts, football players, wrestlers and street culture enthusiasts.
The Galapagos can change from a cool and rainy place to scorching hot very quickly. In response, lichen and giant dandelions have developed a symbiotic relationship. The dandelion provides moisture for the lichen, while the lichen provides sun protection for the dandelion.
Historians describe the reason Marie Antoinette was dubbed Madame Deficit by the French press and people.
Neil Oliver meets weapons expert Andy Deane who demonstrates the use of the long, iron slashing swords used by Celtic tribes to resist Roman invasions in the first century BC.
Kids from Marseille tell us their names, where they live and the things they love.
Members of the French Estates-General swore an oath to enact their own National Assembly.
Ross Kemp meets a man who smuggles people into Britain in his truck. He says he's doing a good thing.
Brian Cox demonstrates the use of Isaac Newton's laws of motion and universal gravitation to calculate the reentry of the Soyuz spaceship and landing in Kazakhstan.
Science class develops wellbeing strategies to help deal with stress ahead of exams.
An overview of Facebook and the effect of the network.
Naturally Australia describes how fishing and tourism brings people to the Great Barrier Reef, and why those industries need to be managed to keep the reef healthy.
Researchers have found the mere act of thinking can create new connections in the brain and neuroplasticity is intrinsic.
A French doctor's diary describes the psychological impact of bombing on soldiers and archival footage reveals PTSD suffered by casualties.