Walkley Award winning 7.30 journalist Monique Schafter delivers a short, sharp dose of modern life via ABC2's interstitial series, Reportable. In this episode, cash for comment on YouTube - fashion and beauty video blogs which attract thousands of young viewers are a marketer's dream.
The ancestors of the three Seabrook brothers killed at Passchendaele discuss the enduring impact of their deaths on the Australian family.
Using stunning Cassini probe images and computer graphics, this clip explores Saturn's largest moon Titan and its bizarre chemis
In the 1870s, poor families had to cope with increased competition from manufacturers overseas. They had to learn to make clothes in bulk.
Michael Moore compares gun violence statistics and cultural differences around the world. An animation of American history, guns and the Second Amendment is included. (Depictions of violence).
Poor choices in shoes can lead to a raft of problems later in life. A team of doctors find out the truth.
This fascinating experiment shows how the human brain is hardwired to give us spacial awareness based on what we see. But when t
The Greenhouse Effect is both our saviour and a threat. This short clip shows how a runaway Greenhouse Effect can turn a planet
Carers wash and dress residents at UK retirement home, helped by teenage volunteers, who gain understanding of elderly.
Seth Lloyd leads Alan Davies through Erwin Schrodinger's quantum physics thought experiment, where a cat is both alive and dead at the same time.
A card game shows how John Bell settled Albert Einstein and Niels Bohr's debate over whether reality was knowable.
Heritage building experts show Xanthe Mallett how settlers and convicts made mortar out of oyster shells to build Sydney.
In the second mini-documentary of the series, Chris takes a closer look at Francis De Groot's famous sword. De Groot, an Irish-born right-wing agitator, upstaged the 1932 opening of the Sydney Harbour Bridge by slicing through the ceremonial ribbon moments before the NSW Premier Jack Lang could cut it. A lengthy court battle followed, establishing that De Groot, not Lang, had legally opened the bridge. The antique sword he wielded, now held by a private collector has thus cemented its place as an Australian national treasure and is now included in the National Heritage List.
The results. Can tumeric affect the way susceptible genes express cancer? Is seems so - but it depends how you ingest it.
Discover the inspiring stories of six young performers; champions of Fairfield's underground Parkour and street style community as they merge urban freestyle forms with contemporary dance and map their city through movement.
Chloe Watts meets Benjamin Males, a fashion designer developing clothing with integrated technology, including trainers for JLS and a drone dress for Lady Gaga.
Tim Flannery meets Hugo Becerra, the navigator on Vital Alsar's crossing of the Pacific, from Ecuador to Australia, in rafts in 1973.
The brains of children are compared to those of adults, noting that the areas with most activity change with maturity.
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