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.
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.
Historians describe Marie Antoinette prior to her arrival in Versailles
A brief animated history of the Incas, where they lived and the civilisations that went before them including the Nazcas.
Researchers have found the mere act of thinking can create new connections in the brain and neuroplasticity is intrinsic.
A great way to show how propulsion works, using safe materials like cardboard and plastic bottles.
A brief overview of the giant Leshan Buddha and the history of how and why it was made.
Historians discuss photograph attributed to Frank Hurley of dead and wounded Australians and Germans in railway cutting near Ypres.
The 1960s were a time of great social change in Australia, from the right to wear a bikini to oral contraception, women in particular gained greater freedoms and opportunities. How did the invention of 'the pill' change women's lives? What other steps towards equality with men came after the 1960s?
This clip looks at how we see colour using the example of a rainbow.
Author, broadcaster and award winning writer Jane Caro has some words of wisdom for girls today. "Getting approval is not the point of life!"
Find out about the Hanging Temple it's features and the reasons for building it.
Shaun Micallef meets a Canadian man who has had a successful psychic surgery performed on him by John of God.
Neil Oliver joins Russian Viking enthusiasts as they roll a longboat along land to get to a river.
Often, families had so little money that they had to buy their food 'on tick' meaning buy now, pay later. And what they ate was hardly a luxury.
Aboriginal Australians begin demanding equal rights as White Australia pats itself on the back during the 1930s.
The Kepler telescope could lead to perhaps the greatest scientific discovery in history - another hospitable planet within reach of humans.
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