Truman Burbank uses scraps from magazines in an attempt to secretly recreate the face of a former flame.
Sylvia's "father" claims she is schizophrenic and takes her away from Truman.
An example of the subtle ways by which advertising is used in The Truman Show.
Behind The News launches their #BehindYou antibullying campaign, and takes a class through some roleplaying situations encouraging students to intervene when children are being harassed at school or online.
Behind The News explains what freerange pig farming is and why some groups think getting rid of gestation stalls are better for the animals.
Behind The News explains how radio telescopes work, how they are used to better understand the universe, and why Australia wants to build a Square Kilometre Array telescope.
Junior scientist Carrick reveals what's inside a computer when he 'dissects' it, describing the components of the PC, including the motherboard, CPU, RAM, and hard drive.
An 89yearold woman is admitted to hospital after a suspected stroke and emergency staff care for her and consult with her husband.
Brian Cox travels to the Ethiopian Highlands to study geladas, which share a common ancestor with humans and exhibit one of the more complex social structures of the primates.
Most houses around Australia have a recycling bin, but do we all know what should or shouldn't go in and why Leah is a junior scientist with the Double Helix Club and she points out all the things that you can recycle at home.
Computer graphics illustrate the vast distances between solar systems, including Alpha Centauri's three stars, Epsilon Eridani, Gliese 581 and Algol, and the planet Bellerophon.
Computer graphics depict the death of a star in the form of a hypernova on the way to becoming a black hole, as the narrator asks if anyone else would ever notice the death of our own star.
Kellyn Morris visits a marae in New Zealand/Aotearoa, where she learns traditional Maori greetings and cooking methods, and see the hot springs and geysers.
A kid's guide to how the space race unfolded, plus a look at the relative sizes of planets - using fruit!
Natalie Hunter learns about the horns and antlers some animals have, the different species that have them, what they're made of and what they're used for.
Rhys creates a birthday cake picture using a hand print.
Visit a camel farm and find out more about these fascinating animals.