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.
An overview of Facebook and the effect of the network.
Students discuss their emotions, equality and the nature of power with program facilitator Bernadette Wright. Casey brings up an example of intimation involving her father, and the other children are reminded to respect group confidentiality. Privately, Bernadette talks with Casey about her problems at home and some of the related issues at school. Together they practise talking to her father, and Bernadette explains the importance of emotional intelligence.
A Chinese immigrant in England goes for a trip to the beach as an opportunity to learn more English.
Insights into a day of a paramedic
Get some tips from junior figure skaters.
Historians describe Marie Antoinette prior to her arrival in Versailles
Historians describe France's Ancien Régime system prior to the French Revolution.
The guillotine, introduced to France in 1789 by Joseph-Ignace Guillotin, became France's preferred method of execution until the abolishment of capital punishment in 1981.
France as a republic is born in blood with the execution of King Louis XVI.
Marie Antoinette emotively fights the charges levelled against her but has her life taken in the same way her husband's was.
The booing of Adam Goodes persists and gets even worse as the Sydney Swans meet the Hawthorn Hawks in the 2014 AFL grand final. Goodes states that sometimes booing can be a mark of respect, indicating the opposition doesn't want you to play as well as they know you can. Discussion: Do you agree with this statement? Do you think it's acceptable to target and boo a player at a football match? Why or why or not? How is it different from targeting one person in the playground at school?
The 2015 AFL season commences and the booing of Adam Goodes continues. Discussion points: Discuss with a partner how you would feel if you were persistently targeted by a group of people over and over again. Does Goodes have a right to be upset or should he accept it as part of the game?
In The Final Quarter, The Marngrook Footy Show discusses whether it is fair that Adam Goodes is being booed for receiving unfair free kicks. Stan Grant and Goode’s mother defend Goodes and make a call for people to consider how he is feeling. Despite this, booing continues, much to the frustration of AFL Coaches, one coach makes the statement “It’s bullying at best, racism at its worst”. Discussion point: Do you agree with the coach’s statement? Why or why not?
On the 40th anniversary of the 1967 referendum, in 2007, people were asked what it means to be an Australian citizen.
What do you think of their responses? Do you agree with any of the responses? What does being an Australian mean to you?
In 1958 the first mainstream national Indigenous body was formed in Adelaide. The members rejected the Government’s idea of ‘assimilation’. This group was later called FCAATSI (Federal Council for the advancement of Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders)
What rights were they calling for that white people already had? Why was it difficult for the members to travel interstate?
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