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Uranium mining debated
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Uranium mining debated

Clip from Behind The News
As Australian states removed bans on uranium mining, Scope investigates the benefits and risks associated with mining the ore.

As Australian states removed bans on uranium mining, Scope investigates the benefits and risks associated with mining the ore.

Ocean 101
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Ocean 101

Clip from Scope
Geographically the world can be divided into five oceans, the Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, Southern and Arctic. These oceans cover around 70 percent of the earth and although we ...

Geographically the world can be divided into five oceans, the Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, Southern and Arctic. These oceans cover around 70 percent of the earth and although we can't measure it exactly, it is estimated to have a volume of 1370 million cubic kilometres.

Tsunami and earthquake warning systems
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Tsunami and earthquake warning systems

Clip from Behind The News
After the 2010 Mentawai earthquake and tsunami, Behind The News explains what causes tsunamis and what systems are in place to warn people.

After the 2010 Mentawai earthquake and tsunami, Behind The News explains what causes tsunamis and what systems are in place to warn people.

Evacuating a town before a flood
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Evacuating a town before a flood

Clip from Behind The News
Behind The News explains how and why places are evacuated ahead of a flood, why they are necessary to keep people safe, and how authorities prepare for them.

Behind The News explains how and why places are evacuated ahead of a flood, why they are necessary to keep people safe, and how authorities prepare for them.

The effects of bushfires
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The effects of bushfires

Clip from Scope
University of Melbourne ecologist Tina Bell examines the disastrous effects of bushfires in Australia and what fuels them, but also why they're also an essential part of the ...

University of Melbourne ecologist Tina Bell examines the disastrous effects of bushfires in Australia and what fuels them, but also why they're also an essential part of the ecology.

The effects of cyclones
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The effects of cyclones

Clip from Behind The News
BTN visits Vanuatu as they recover from one of the worst natural disasters in the pacific. Find out about the damage caused and how it is affecting everyday life on the island.

BTN visits Vanuatu as they recover from one of the worst natural disasters in the pacific. Find out about the damage caused and how it is affecting everyday life on the island.

Latitude and longitude and the shifting of Australia's coordinates
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Latitude and longitude and the shifting of Australia's coordinates

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As tectonic plates beneath the Earth's surface continue to shift, over time it has begun to impact the latitude and longitude coordinates of Australia. This video explores how ...

As tectonic plates beneath the Earth's surface continue to shift, over time it has begun to impact the latitude and longitude coordinates of Australia. This video explores how those minor changes will likely lead to much bigger changes over time and how that impacts things like maps as well as modern technology that relies on GPS.

Naturally Australia: Great Barrier Reef - Fishing and Tourism
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Naturally Australia: Great Barrier Reef - Fishing and Tourism

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This clip looks at the interaction of people within these environments and issues relating to the care of these geographical and

This clip looks at the interaction of people within these environments and issues relating to the care of these geographical and

How rice is farmed on hillsides
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How rice is farmed on hillsides

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The Go Jetters give us a quick look at some hillsides in China where rice is grown.

The Go Jetters give us a quick look at some hillsides in China where rice is grown.

Spectacular lava tubes of the Galapagos
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Spectacular lava tubes of the Galapagos

There are thousands of untouched tunnels running under the Galapagos. The tunnels, called lava tubes, host unique species of animals and plants that are only now being documented.

There are thousands of untouched tunnels running under the Galapagos. The tunnels, called lava tubes, host unique species of animals and plants that are only now being documented.

Coral reefs and penguins co-exist on the Galapagos
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Coral reefs and penguins co-exist on the Galapagos

As the Galapagos' volcanic islands die, they create strange currents and bays that mix both warm water for coral reefs and cold Antarctic currents for penguins.

As the Galapagos' volcanic islands die, they create strange currents and bays that mix both warm water for coral reefs and cold Antarctic currents for penguins.

An underground adventure
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An underground adventure

Clip from Totally Wild
Head underground to learn about the features of caves and how the spectacular formations are created by nature.

Head underground to learn about the features of caves and how the spectacular formations are created by nature.

Segwaying through the bush
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Segwaying through the bush

Clip from Totally Wild
Duane Strauss takes bushwalking to a new level, riding a Segway through Lamington National Park.

Duane Strauss takes bushwalking to a new level, riding a Segway through Lamington National Park.

When 'sleeping' volcanoes erupt
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When 'sleeping' volcanoes erupt

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After the eruption of dormant volcano Mt Sinabung, Behind The News explains what sleeping volcanoes are, takes a look at Mt Vesuvius, and discusses how difficult it is to ...

After the eruption of dormant volcano Mt Sinabung, Behind The News explains what sleeping volcanoes are, takes a look at Mt Vesuvius, and discusses how difficult it is to predict eruptions.

Introducing Mongolia's Gobi Desert
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Introducing Mongolia's Gobi Desert

Clip from Planet Earth
David Attenborough describes the conditions that formed the Gobi Desert and some of the characteristics of the environment.

David Attenborough describes the conditions that formed the Gobi Desert and some of the characteristics of the environment.

The source of the Ganges
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The source of the Ganges

Shaun Micallef treks high into the Himalayas to the source of the river Ganges, the source of life in India.

Shaun Micallef treks high into the Himalayas to the source of the river Ganges, the source of life in India.

The five seasons
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The five seasons

Melbourne Royal Botanic Gardens CEO Tim Entwisle explains why there are five rather than four seasons: sprinter, sprummer, long summer, short autumn and short winter.

Melbourne Royal Botanic Gardens CEO Tim Entwisle explains why there are five rather than four seasons: sprinter, sprummer, long summer, short autumn and short winter.

How floods are predicted
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How floods are predicted

Clip from Behind The News
Behind The News investigates how floods happen, how authorities predict them and how the waters are sometimes good for draughtaffected communities.

Behind The News investigates how floods happen, how authorities predict them and how the waters are sometimes good for draughtaffected communities.

Nuclear disaster risk after tsunami
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Nuclear disaster risk after tsunami

Behind The News assesses the risks of a nuclear disaster after the 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami.

Behind The News assesses the risks of a nuclear disaster after the 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami.

Monsoon season and flooding
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Monsoon season and flooding

Clip from Behind The News
Behind The News explains what a monsoon is and how flooding that followed heavy rain in 2010 affected the Northern Territory and Queensland.

Behind The News explains what a monsoon is and how flooding that followed heavy rain in 2010 affected the Northern Territory and Queensland.

School prepared for bushfires
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School prepared for bushfires

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Behind The News visits a NSW school to learn how they've prepared themselves for bushfire season.

Behind The News visits a NSW school to learn how they've prepared themselves for bushfire season.

How do earthquakes happen?
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How do earthquakes happen?

Clip from Behind the News
A massive earthquake in Nepal killed thousands of people and caused a huge amount of damage. But what causes an earthquake? Find out how earthquakes happen.

A massive earthquake in Nepal killed thousands of people and caused a huge amount of damage. But what causes an earthquake? Find out how earthquakes happen.

The differences between a territory and a state
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The differences between a territory and a state

Clip from Behind the News
Most people know that the Northern Territory is a territory and not a state (its name gives it away, after all) but what is the difference between a state and a territory ...

Most people know that the Northern Territory is a territory and not a state (its name gives it away, after all) but what is the difference between a state and a territory anyway Find out about those differences and why some people believes it's time for the Northern Territory to become a state.

Mystery of the whale sharks of the Galapagos
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Mystery of the whale sharks of the Galapagos

Whales sharks come to the Galapagos in large numbers at the same time every year. Why they do this is still a mystery. It is not to feed but it could be that they come to the ...

Whales sharks come to the Galapagos in large numbers at the same time every year. Why they do this is still a mystery. It is not to feed but it could be that they come to the islands to give birth. Yet no whale pups have been seen.

Returning to school after Cyclone Debbie
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Returning to school after Cyclone Debbie

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Stacey Thomson visits Queens Beach State School in Bowen, Queensland, to see how students are helping to replace trees damages in Cyclone Debbie, and teachers explain how they ...

Stacey Thomson visits Queens Beach State School in Bowen, Queensland, to see how students are helping to replace trees damages in Cyclone Debbie, and teachers explain how they ensured school returned to normal after the natural disaster.

Crossing Cooper Creek in abandoned punt
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Crossing Cooper Creek in abandoned punt

The bigger the drought, the bigger the flood. That certainly held true over the past year for the eastern half of Australia, with flooding rains ending the worst drought in ...

The bigger the drought, the bigger the flood. That certainly held true over the past year for the eastern half of Australia, with flooding rains ending the worst drought in history. The signs that the weather was turning began in 2009, when a deluge in the tropical north set the great desert rivers flowing through Central Australia. For the first time in years, the water flowed all the way to Lake Eyre, the huge salt pan in the dead heart of the continent. ABC TV reporter Paul Lockyer covered

Seasons and their effect on plants
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Seasons and their effect on plants

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Discover the difference in Australia's seasons to the English seasons in relation to plants

Discover the difference in Australia's seasons to the English seasons in relation to plants

Shopping centre delivery docks and fire safety
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Shopping centre delivery docks and fire safety

Facilities for delivering goods, features that make cleaning easier, and fire safety features are documented in this video.

Facilities for delivering goods, features that make cleaning easier, and fire safety features are documented in this video.

Supermarket layout
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Supermarket layout

Looks at the ways in which supermarkets are designed.

Looks at the ways in which supermarkets are designed.

Considerations behind the design of a house
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Considerations behind the design of a house

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Identifies the reasons behind a house's design from the choice of materials to safety considerations and the need for designs to assist people with disabilities.

Identifies the reasons behind a house's design from the choice of materials to safety considerations and the need for designs to assist people with disabilities.

House building and bricklaying
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House building and bricklaying

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Looks at the ways in which houses are designed and built, including bricklaying and finishing off.

Looks at the ways in which houses are designed and built, including bricklaying and finishing off.

How earthquakes are monitored
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How earthquakes are monitored

Clip from Scope
University of Adelaide geophysicist Sandy Steacy explains what causes earthquakes, and how seismometers and seismographs measure P waves, S waves and aftershocks.

University of Adelaide geophysicist Sandy Steacy explains what causes earthquakes, and how seismometers and seismographs measure P waves, S waves and aftershocks.

Bushfires and cadet volunteer firefighters
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Bushfires and cadet volunteer firefighters

Clip from Behind The News
Behind The News reveals how firefighters are preparing for bushfire season in Australia, and meets some of the Country Fire Service cadets learning to fight fires.

Behind The News reveals how firefighters are preparing for bushfire season in Australia, and meets some of the Country Fire Service cadets learning to fight fires.

Floods and flood forecasting
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Floods and flood forecasting

Clip from Scope
The Bureau of Meteorology's Gavin Holcombe reveals how too much water can have a devastating effect on the environment, how floods are predicted, and how to stay safe during a ...

The Bureau of Meteorology's Gavin Holcombe reveals how too much water can have a devastating effect on the environment, how floods are predicted, and how to stay safe during a flood.

Gondwana and the break up of the southern continents
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Gondwana and the break up of the southern continents

All the great southern continents we know today were once joined as a super continent. Find out how we know - and what this epic continent must have looked like.

All the great southern continents we know today were once joined as a super continent. Find out how we know - and what this epic continent must have looked like.

Floods and insurance
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Floods and insurance

Behind The News explains how insurance companies assess the risk of damage to property and how that applies to flood disasters.

Behind The News explains how insurance companies assess the risk of damage to property and how that applies to flood disasters.

How volcanic islands age, erode and sink (part 2)
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How volcanic islands age, erode and sink (part 2)

Erosion over millions of years inevitably destroys all volcanic islands. Great pieces of the island will submerge, leaving only a ridge of cliff in the ocean. Despite this ...

Erosion over millions of years inevitably destroys all volcanic islands. Great pieces of the island will submerge, leaving only a ridge of cliff in the ocean. Despite this destruction, animals have evolved to live on these dying islands.

How volcanic islands age, erode and sink (part 1)
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How volcanic islands age, erode and sink (part 1)

Volcanic islands eventually erode and sink back into the sea. The island of Espanola in the Galapagos is 4 million years old and sinking fast. But as it dies, it offers new ...

Volcanic islands eventually erode and sink back into the sea. The island of Espanola in the Galapagos is 4 million years old and sinking fast. But as it dies, it offers new opportunities for all sorts of animals.

Kiribati's Sea Level Crisis
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Kiribati's Sea Level Crisis

Clip from The Hungry Tide
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Short clip from The Hungry Tide. Sea-level rise, coastal erosion and drought are threatening the lives of 110,000 people spread

Short clip from The Hungry Tide. Sea-level rise, coastal erosion and drought are threatening the lives of 110,000 people spread

Naturally Australia: Great Barrier Reef
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Naturally Australia: Great Barrier Reef

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The Great Barrier Reef is the largest system of coral reefs in the world and supports an amazing variety of marine life. This pr

The Great Barrier Reef is the largest system of coral reefs in the world and supports an amazing variety of marine life. This pr

How energy is extracted from 'clean coal'
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How energy is extracted from 'clean coal'

Clip from Behind the News
Behind The News examines if coal can produce energy more cleanly and how it compares to other sources of energy, including renewable methods.

Behind The News examines if coal can produce energy more cleanly and how it compares to other sources of energy, including renewable methods.

Rainforest water and nutrient cycles
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Rainforest water and nutrient cycles

Clip from Rainforest
With a backdrop of tropical fauna and fauna images, a narrator explains how rainforests seed clouds with the aerobacter bacteria to form rain as part of a water and nutrient ...

With a backdrop of tropical fauna and fauna images, a narrator explains how rainforests seed clouds with the aerobacter bacteria to form rain as part of a water and nutrient ecosystem.

Introducing Mongolia's Gobi Desert
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Introducing Mongolia's Gobi Desert

Clip from Planet Earth
David Attenborough describes the conditions that formed the Gobi Desert and some of the characteristics of the environment.

David Attenborough describes the conditions that formed the Gobi Desert and some of the characteristics of the environment.

Plate tectonics shaping Earth
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Plate tectonics shaping Earth

Clip from Scope
Geophysicist Kate Selway explains how tectonic plates move, what affect that movement has on the Earth's surface and what understanding scientists gain from studying rocks.

Geophysicist Kate Selway explains how tectonic plates move, what affect that movement has on the Earth's surface and what understanding scientists gain from studying rocks.

The bushfire warning system
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The bushfire warning system

Clip from Behind The News
Behind The News describes the new bushfire warning system and investigates why it was changed.

Behind The News describes the new bushfire warning system and investigates why it was changed.

Designing a shopping centre
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Designing a shopping centre

Explores how the centre's architects took many things into account as they began the design process, facilities that help people in wheelchairs, the value of signs and maps.

Explores how the centre's architects took many things into account as they began the design process, facilities that help people in wheelchairs, the value of signs and maps.

Life after earthquake for Japanese boy
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Life after earthquake for Japanese boy

Young Tokyo resident Heroshi shares home video footage of what life is like for him in the aftermath of the 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami.

Young Tokyo resident Heroshi shares home video footage of what life is like for him in the aftermath of the 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami.

Fighting bushfires
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Fighting bushfires

Clip from Behind the News
Behind The News reveals some of the things that cause bushfires and what authorities do to prevent and fight them.

Behind The News reveals some of the things that cause bushfires and what authorities do to prevent and fight them.

How underwater ridges and trenches are formed
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How underwater ridges and trenches are formed

They are some the largest and deepest structures on our planet - but are invisible to us because they are under the sea. Find out how ocean ridges and trenches are formed.

They are some the largest and deepest structures on our planet - but are invisible to us because they are under the sea. Find out how ocean ridges and trenches are formed.

Exploring Queensland's 'Hidden Valley'
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Exploring Queensland's 'Hidden Valley'

Clip from Totally Wild
Kellyn Morris tours Queensland's 'Hidden Valley' with a Seqwater field ranger, and learns about the wildlife that inhabits the pristine region accessible only by boat.

Kellyn Morris tours Queensland's 'Hidden Valley' with a Seqwater field ranger, and learns about the wildlife that inhabits the pristine region accessible only by boat.

Investigating a brush fire
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Investigating a brush fire

Phil is a fire investigator and he shows us how he goes about investigating the cause of a brushfire. From where it started to how it began, he uses neat gadgets and other ...

Phil is a fire investigator and he shows us how he goes about investigating the cause of a brushfire. From where it started to how it began, he uses neat gadgets and other investigative tools to understand how the fire occurred and what can be done to prevent others.

The youngest person to cross the North Pole
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The youngest person to cross the North Pole

Clip from Totally Wild
Natalie interviews 14yearold Jade Hameister, the youngest person in the world to trek across the North Pole.With her main goal to inspire young girls to take on great ...

Natalie interviews 14yearold Jade Hameister, the youngest person in the world to trek across the North Pole.With her main goal to inspire young girls to take on great challenges in their lives,Jade plans to complete the polar hat trick in another year's time.Big inspiration for her is the fact that her dad is along on her expeditions, this man having scaled all seven summits including Mt Everest. And now his teenage daughter is inspiring the world!

Naturally Australia: Great Barrier Reef - Threats and Survival
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Naturally Australia: Great Barrier Reef - Threats and Survival

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This clip looks at the factors that affect how coral survives.

This clip looks at the factors that affect how coral survives.

Planning and designing a house
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Planning and designing a house

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Looks at the ways in which houses are designed and built includes plans, clearing the land, laying foundations and frames.

Looks at the ways in which houses are designed and built includes plans, clearing the land, laying foundations and frames.

World Heritage and the Great barrier Reef
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World Heritage and the Great barrier Reef

Clip from Behind The News
Behind The News explains what being on the World Heritage list means and why Australia's Great Barrier Reef, which is on that list, is at risk.

Behind The News explains what being on the World Heritage list means and why Australia's Great Barrier Reef, which is on that list, is at risk.

Rebuilding school after bushfire
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Rebuilding school after bushfire

Clip from Behind The News
Tasmanian students reveal how their school in Dunalley was devastated by a bushfire and how the community rallied around to rebuild it.

Tasmanian students reveal how their school in Dunalley was devastated by a bushfire and how the community rallied around to rebuild it.

Being prepared for floods
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Being prepared for floods

Clip from Behind The News
Behind The News explains what causes floods and how communities can be prepared for them.

Behind The News explains what causes floods and how communities can be prepared for them.

Monitoring the ocean
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Monitoring the ocean

Clip from Scope
Uncovering the mysteries of what lies 3km under the ocean is not an easy task. But through some simple measurements and sophisticated technology Simon Allen and his team at ...

Uncovering the mysteries of what lies 3km under the ocean is not an easy task. But through some simple measurements and sophisticated technology Simon Allen and his team at CSIRO are finding out what lurks beneath the ocean surface.

How do time zones work?
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How do time zones work?

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Some parts of South Australia are calling for a change of their time zone but how do time zones work and can we just change them when we want?

Some parts of South Australia are calling for a change of their time zone but how do time zones work and can we just change them when we want?

How Eurasia formed from Pangea
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How Eurasia formed from Pangea

Fossil clues and fossil fuel formed from a lost ancient sea give us some tantalising clues on how modern Eurasia was formed.

Fossil clues and fossil fuel formed from a lost ancient sea give us some tantalising clues on how modern Eurasia was formed.

Great American Railroad Journeys
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Great American Railroad Journeys: Manassas To Jamestown

Season 1  |  Episode 8  |  SBS  |  October 12, 2016
Michael Portillo arrives in Manassas, Virginia, scene of two crucial battles during the American Civil War. In Fredericksburg, he tries bottling bourbon corn whiskey and ...

Michael Portillo arrives in Manassas, Virginia, scene of two crucial battles during the American Civil War. In Fredericksburg, he tries bottling bourbon corn whiskey and learns how it became the nation's spirit. In Richmond, the ex-politician enjoys a tour of the Virginia state Capitol building, where he hears of the dilemma faced by one of its most famous sons, General Robert E Lee, before donning his dancing shoes for a Cotillion ball. Michael ends his journey in Jamestown, the first permanent English settlement in North America.

Rachel Khoo's Kitchen Notebook Melbourne
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Rachel Khoo's Kitchen Notebook Melbourne

Season 1  |  Episode 7  |  SBS  |  September 3, 2015
Rachel uncovers one of Melbourne's hidden secret day trips when she heads for the hills and explores the Dandenong region. She meets up with passionate Argentinian chef Mauro ...

Rachel uncovers one of Melbourne's hidden secret day trips when she heads for the hills and explores the Dandenong region. She meets up with passionate Argentinian chef Mauro from 'The Independent' restaurant, who she will cook alongside using locally caught golden trout.

Rachel Khoo's Kitchen Notebook Melbourne
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Rachel Khoo's Kitchen Notebook Melbourne

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  SBS  |  July 23, 2015
After thrilling global audiences with her hit shows set in Europe and London, passionate world traveller, food creator and writer, Rachel Khoo, is uncovering Melbourne and the ...

After thrilling global audiences with her hit shows set in Europe and London, passionate world traveller, food creator and writer, Rachel Khoo, is uncovering Melbourne and the wider state of Victoria's culinary wonders for the world to see.

David Attenborough: Charles Darwin And The Tree of Life
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David Attenborough: Charles Darwin And The Tree of Life

ONE  |  September 22, 2015
David Attenborough asks the key questions: how and why did Darwin come up with his theory of evolution? Who do we think he was right? And why is it more important now than ...

David Attenborough asks the key questions: how and why did Darwin come up with his theory of evolution? Who do we think he was right? And why is it more important now than ever before?

Italy lies in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea Find out all about Italy, it's culture, food and history in this curated playlist. (ACDSEH004,VCHHC101)
Asteroids, sometimes called minor planets, are rocky remnants left over from the early formation of our solar system about 4.6 billion years ago. Find out how they reshaped the Earth here. (ACSSU115, ACSSU153, ACSSU180, ACSSU188)
Australia is home to more than one million species, many of which are found nowhere else in the world. Discover all about them in this playlist.
Living things live in all different types of habitats. In this playlist, you'll learn what a habitat is and the different types of habitats there are, along with which animals reside in each of the habitats. (ACSSU044,ACSSU072,ACSSU073,ACSSU043,ACSSU094,VCSSU042,VCSSU043,VCSSU057)
Water, weather, and the world play a significant role in our lives. Watch this playlist to find out about the impact on the earth through hands-on scientific exploration and experimentation. (ACSSU096, VCSSU046, VCSSU06,VCSSU078,VCSSU099,VCSSU101)
This playlist focuses on Australia post 1900 and includes topics such as race, rights and immigration in Australia since 1900. Also find out more about migration experiences to Australia. (VCHHC097,VCHHC098,VCHHC100)
Australia as a Nation moves from colonial Australia to the development of Australia as a nation. Explore the factors leading to Federation and experiences of democracy and citizenship. (VCHHK072,VCHHK076,VCHHK073)
Natural Disasters aren't fun to have around. Find out the science behind these geological and meteorological events and gain insights on what to do in tough situations through this selected playlist.
Natural Disasters aren't fun to have around. Find out the science behind these events as well as gain insights on what to do in tough situations through this selected playlist. (ACSSU096,VCSSU079,VCGGK095)
Australia is addressing climate change and ensuring energy security and affordability. Find out more about the effects of climate change and how it is impacting your life. ((ACHGK020,VCGGK110,VCGGK147)
Climate change is rapidly effecting our environment and our lives. Discover what is happening and how everyone can take part in making a difference. (ACHGK020,VCGGK096)
From sharks and sea turtles to octopus and corals, you’re in the right place to take a deep dive into oceans and marine life with this meticulous designed playlist for all the ocean lovers. (ACHASSK047,VCGGC058,VCGGC072,VCGGC086,VCGGC100,VCGGK105)
The theme of World Environment Day 2018 invites us all to consider how we can make changes in our everyday lives to reduce the impact on our environment. (VCGGK095,VCGGK096,VCGGK097)
This week investigate the world’s cultural diversity, including the culture of indigenous people. gain insights into different cultural groups, beliefs and customs.
Space inspires our greatest scientific and creative minds. Take to the stars with NASA, or hop aboard Millennium Falcon in the best of space fact and fiction. (ACSSU188,ACSSU189,VCSSU127,VCSSU128,VCSSU129)
Dive into the Great Barrier Reef with Attenborough, explore Kakadu's Mountford rock art, peek inside the micro-worlds of the Galapagos, and be awed by the Great Wall of China when exploring the world's heritage sites.
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