David Williamson discusses how he re-evaluated his idea of Anzacs to write this script.
In 2012 and Australian paleoanthropologist and a Chinese palaeontologist announced the startling discovery of prehistoric human
Meet some of Australia's top Irish dancers and hear them speak about the passion for the dance style.
Follow some of Australia's top Irish dancers as they prepare to compete at the Australian Nation Championships.
The difficult balance of commerce and conservation plays out. Increased development and traffic puts the reef at risk.
Underwater cinematography using blue light provides spectacular vision of the reef.
In 1834, Sarah Island prisoner James Porter commandeered The Frederick and escaped to Chile with a crew of convicts.
This short BBC clip illustrates a giant dying star that collapses in on itself, becomes violent hypernova and eventually a black
A short clip from the BBC that uses beautiful computer graphics to introduce us to the strange and deadly phenomena of Pulsars,
This stunning short clip examines the annual CO2 cycle of the Earth, how forests and oceans absorb and release this greenhouse g
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1954 Ballarat Victoria, unrest in the Gold Fields leads to a battle between mi
Discover how underwater robots are made
This short clip examines how the circulatory system is responsible for carrying antibodies and other defence mechanisms around the body.
This clip uses a simple experiment to show how natural sink holes form. A scientist uses a salt lick to demonstrate how water er
Stop Laughing ... This is Serious assesses the place of the classic 1990s Australian satire, Frontline, in Australian comedy history.
It might sound bizarre, but one of the Galapagos islands is so remote that it has allowed a species of dandelion to evolve independent of other competing species. These dandelions grow so tall that they resemble huge rainforest trees.
Marcus du Sautoy inspects Leonardo da Vinci's original Vitruvian Man and discusses its application to architecture and geometry.
Marcus du Sautoy meets Francis Crick's biographer to discuss the significance of the double helix diagram his wife, artist Odile Crick, designed.
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