Tony Robinson visits Bendigo's Central Deborah Gold Mine to inspect some of the machinery that helped extract the precious metal from one of the biggest gold finds in history.
Cambridge University classicist Mary Beard explains the process of discovery for Pompeii's famed plaster casts surrounding the deceased.
Tour Melbourne's Shrine of Remembrance with Totally Wild to learn about the scale of Australia's involvement in World War I and the significance of the poppy.
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Jim AlKhalili demonstrates the use of algebra to calculate the division of an inheritance between family and friends.
Jim AlKhalili demonstrates how AlKindi developed frequency analysis to study encrypted messages in the first century AD.
Jim AlKhalili shows how difficult it is to calculate simple sums with the Roman numeral system.
Jim AlKhalili discusses the law of refraction originally developed by Ibn Sahl, but often attributed to Willebrord Snellius.
Jim AlKhalili blocks out light coming into a room to create a camera obscura and produce an image on a screen.
This fascinating experiment shows how the human brain is hardwired to give us spacial awareness based on what we see. But when t
Stephen Page reveals the creative process behind his work with the Bangarra Dance Theatre.
Stephen Page discusses the Bangarra Dance Theatre's involvement in the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games opening ceremony.
Interested in the Men's Artistic Gymnastics? Fly through this five-minute clip and learn the basics of the still rings, the pommel horse, power tumbling, parallel bars and horizontal bars. Although power tumbling is not an Olympic sport, men and women practice the many of the techniques during the floor exercises.
A card game shows how John Bell settled Albert Einstein and Niels Bohr's debate over whether reality was knowable.
Physicist Jim Al-Khalili describes how Albert Einstein identified quarks as a solution to the photoelectric effect.
A quick look at where it all started - the early videos that went viral, before there was even such a thing as viral.
Do you dream of sport? Are you an aspiring champion? Join these professional athletes as they prepare for the Rio Olympics. Watch Julian Wruck discuss his discus throw, and how to get better, Matthew Cameron explain the power behind wheelchair sprinting, and Carlee Beattie as she walks you through a professional long jumper's training regime.