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Sammy J
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Sammy J: August 16, 2018

Season 1  |  Episode 28  |  ABC  |  August 16, 2018
Biting, bite-sized comedy as Sammy J rips into the political machinations of Canberra and beyond. With an insatiable appetite for politics, Sammy blends comedy and song where ...

Biting, bite-sized comedy as Sammy J rips into the political machinations of Canberra and beyond. With an insatiable appetite for politics, Sammy blends comedy and song where he can harass and heckle the politics of the day.

Sammy J
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Sammy J: August 9, 2018

Season 1  |  Episode 27  |  ABC  |  August 9, 2018
Malcolm the Magnificent It's the Greatest Magic Show on Earth! Do you want to join us?

Malcolm the Magnificent It's the Greatest Magic Show on Earth! Do you want to join us?

Sammy J
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Sammy J: August 2, 2018

Season 1  |  Episode 26  |  ABC  |  August 2, 2018
On the Couch In this episode meet Larry. He's a journalist. And he's had a rough week.

On the Couch In this episode meet Larry. He's a journalist. And he's had a rough week.

Sammy J
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Sammy J: Playground Politics: Royal Wedding

Season 1  |  Episode 15  |  ABC  |  May 17, 2018
An entitled prince is getting married! Shall we help him woo his bride?

An entitled prince is getting married! Shall we help him woo his bride?

Sammy J
2:48

Sammy J: July 19, 2018

Season 1  |  Episode 24  |  ABC  |  July 19, 2018
In this exclusive Three Corners report, we meet the man charged with tracking down the mythical Latham King Rat.

In this exclusive Three Corners report, we meet the man charged with tracking down the mythical Latham King Rat.

Sammy J
3:26

Sammy J: Playground Politics: Shake, Shake, Shake Your Hands!

Season 1  |  Episode 13  |  ABC  |  May 3, 2018
We're having fun in the Demilitarised Zone today! Find out about the latest on North and South Korea in this week's episode.

We're having fun in the Demilitarised Zone today! Find out about the latest on North and South Korea in this week's episode.

Sammy J
3:22

Sammy J: Royal Commission into Barnaby Joyce

Season 1  |  Episode 18  |  ABC  |  June 7, 2018
The government has finally bowed to the pressure and announced a royal commission into Barnaby Joyce's exclusive Sunday Night interview.

The government has finally bowed to the pressure and announced a royal commission into Barnaby Joyce's exclusive Sunday Night interview.

Sammy J
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Sammy J: Fallin' 4 Kim

Season 1  |  Episode 19  |  ABC  |  June 14, 2018
To celebrate the historic summit, Sammy J enters the crowded K-pop market.

To celebrate the historic summit, Sammy J enters the crowded K-pop market.

Sammy J
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Sammy J: July 12, 2018

Season 1  |  Episode 23  |  ABC  |  July 12, 2018
By request of the Federal Government, Sammy J offers up an alternative national anthem.

By request of the Federal Government, Sammy J offers up an alternative national anthem.

Sammy J
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Sammy J: Government Coach: Indigenous Round

Season 1  |  Episode 17  |  ABC  |  May 31, 2018
History’s against them, but the coach is feeling optimistic about his team’s chances this year.

History’s against them, but the coach is feeling optimistic about his team’s chances this year.

Sammy J
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Sammy J: Government Coach: Insiders

Season 1  |  Episode 12  |  ABC  |  April 26, 2018
Broadcasting live from the coaching box during Kelly O'Dwyer's Sunday morning match-up on Insiders.

Broadcasting live from the coaching box during Kelly O'Dwyer's Sunday morning match-up on Insiders.

Sammy J
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Sammy J: July 5, 2018

Season 1  |  Episode 22  |  ABC  |  July 5, 2018
Sammy gets a visit from the Sugar Industry's loveable new mascot. Yee-haw!

Sammy gets a visit from the Sugar Industry's loveable new mascot. Yee-haw!

Sammy J
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Sammy J: Government Coach: Talking Pollie

Season 1  |  Episode 21  |  ABC  |  June 28, 2018
Roving reporter JP speaks to the government coach down in the cabinet rooms following a big win.

Roving reporter JP speaks to the government coach down in the cabinet rooms following a big win.

Sammy J
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Sammy J: Going Once, Going Twice

Season 1  |  Episode 20  |  ABC  |  June 21, 2018
The ABC is up for sale and everything must go. Proudly brought to you by the Sotherjay’s Auction House.

The ABC is up for sale and everything must go. Proudly brought to you by the Sotherjay’s Auction House.

Sammy J
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Sammy J: Government Coach: Budget Match

Season 1  |  Episode 14  |  ABC  |  May 10, 2018
The government coach helps Scott Morrison kick some long-term financial goals. Find out all about how the budget affects you and individuals around you.

The government coach helps Scott Morrison kick some long-term financial goals. Find out all about how the budget affects you and individuals around you.

Sammy J
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Sammy J: July 26, 2018

Season 1  |  Episode 25  |  ABC  |  July 26, 2018
Biting, bite-sized comedy as Sammy J rips into the political machinations of Canberra and beyond. With an insatiable appetite for politics, Sammy blends comedy and song where ...

Biting, bite-sized comedy as Sammy J rips into the political machinations of Canberra and beyond. With an insatiable appetite for politics, Sammy blends comedy and song where he can harass and heckle the politics of the day.

Sammy J
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Sammy J: Trip of a Lifetime

Season 1  |  Episode 16  |  ABC  |  May 24, 2018
It's day 29 on the party boat, and the cruise director has some stern words for the passengers.

It's day 29 on the party boat, and the cruise director has some stern words for the passengers.

Behind the News Special
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Behind the News Special: Stargazing Special

Season 2  |  Episode 1  |  ABC ME  |  May 23, 2018
BTN looks to the outer reaches of the universe in this Stargazing Special. We start by telling you all about the first spacecraft to travel to Pluto and beyond before being ...

BTN looks to the outer reaches of the universe in this Stargazing Special. We start by telling you all about the first spacecraft to travel to Pluto and beyond before being amazed by the awesome pictures taken by the Hubble Telescope. Then it's back to earth when we discover that a sacred Aboriginal site could be the oldest astronomical map in the world before amateur astronomer Joe shows us his incredible home-built telescope.

Behind the News Special
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Behind the News Special: Space Science

ABC ME  |  July 25, 2018
Find out what a super blue blood moon is, enrol in Mars Class, and get some good news about the ozone layer. There's also a look at how the late Stephen Hawking changed ...

Find out what a super blue blood moon is, enrol in Mars Class, and get some good news about the ozone layer. There's also a look at how the late Stephen Hawking changed scientific thinking.

Behind the News
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Behind the News: Budget 2018/Korea Talks/Free Range Eggs/Bionic Builder/Why Do We Listen to Music?

ABC ME  |  May 8, 2018
Budget 2018 Next Tuesday is budget day - when the federal government outlines how it's planning to spend Australia's money. It's one of the biggest days of the year for Aussie ...

Budget 2018 Next Tuesday is budget day - when the federal government outlines how it's planning to spend Australia's money. It's one of the biggest days of the year for Aussie politicians but it's also an important day for ordinary Aussies, because the budget affects us all. We find out what the budget is and why keeping everyone happy can be a difficult job. Korea Talks Over the past few weeks there's been some good news about North and South Korea. For the first time in a decade the leaders of the two countries have met and they say they're working towards a peace treaty. We find out why that's a big deal by having a look at the history of North Korea and South Korea. Free Range Eggs For a long time there's been debate in Australia about chickens and eggs - that is - how chickens are farmed and how eggs are labelled. Many customers are willing to pay more for eggs that are "free range", but there's been some confusion about exactly what free range means. Now some new laws have come in which aim to clear that up. We visit an egg farm to find out more about the news laws and how they could affect Aussie farmers and Aussie breakfasts! Bionic Builder We find out about a year 8 student from Melbourne who challenged herself with a Christmas holiday school assignment. She looked into bionic technology and 3D printing and managed to build a bionic arm from scratch! Ask a Reporter: Why Do We Listen to Music? BTN viewer Isabelle asks is the intriguing question; "Why do people like music so much?" Jack goes on a musical journey to find out more about the story of song and why the tunes that we love get our toes tapping.

Behind the News
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Behind the News: Iran Deal/Hawaii Volcano/Aussie Space Agency/Young Archies/Toilet water

ABC ME  |  May 15, 2018
Iran Deal One of the biggest news stories of the week was US President Donald Trump's decision to pull out of an international agreement with Iran. It was made back in 2015 ...

Iran Deal One of the biggest news stories of the week was US President Donald Trump's decision to pull out of an international agreement with Iran. It was made back in 2015 because lots of countries were worried that Iran was trying to make nuclear weapons. While many world leaders said the deal was the best way to bring about peace, others said it didn't do enough to stop Iran making weapons. We find out why ditching the deal is a really big deal for the US and the world. Hawaii Volcano One of the world's most active volcanos has been causing havoc in Hawaii. Mt Kilauea has been spewing out ash and rivers of lava which has destroyed homes and property. We find out more about the volcano and meet some local kids who live in the shadow of the volcano. Aussie Space Agency This week's federal budget contained an exciting announcement for space enthusiasts. The government is planning to put $41 million into the space industry and, for the first time, the country will get its very own space agency! We find out what Australia's future role in space might look like and why so many countries put money into exploring the cosmos. Young Archies We meet nine-year-old James, who is one of the finalists of this year's Young Archie competition. It's the junior version of Australia's most famous portrait prize, the Archibald, and it asks kids to draw or paint someone who's important to them. We find out more about the Archibald and meet the art teacher who inspired James to paint his masterpiece. BTN Investigates: Toilet water BTN viewer Pollyanna asked us to find out where toilet water goes, so we decided to investigate! Amelia goes on a fascinating, but slightly smelly tour of a waste water treatment plant to find out what happens when we flush the loo.

Behind the News
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Behind the News: Banks Behaving Badly/Villers-Bretonneux Centenary/BTN Kids Contribute/Composting Kids/Corny Business

ABC ME  |  May 1, 2018
Banks Behaving Badly A royal commission into Aussie banks has put some of our most powerful financial institutions under the spotlight and some seriously dodgy dealings are ...

Banks Behaving Badly A royal commission into Aussie banks has put some of our most powerful financial institutions under the spotlight and some seriously dodgy dealings are being uncovered. We'll look at the important role that banks play in the lives of Australians, why the royal commission came about and why its findings have made a lot of people angry. Villers-Bretonneux Centenary This Anzac Day marked 100 years since thousands of Australian soldiers fought to free a tiny French town from German occupation during World War I. Its name is Villers-Bretonneux and the battle that took place there is recognised as an important turning point in the war. We find out more about what happened in Villers-Bretonneux and why the town still has a special connection to Australia. BTN Kids Contribute Survey Results Recently we asked kids around Australia to tell us how they contribute at home, at school at in their communities. More than 11,000 took part in the survey and now the results are in. This week we'll tell you more about how kids are contributing and how it makes them feel. Composting Kids Did you know that next week is International Compost Awareness Week? It might not be on everyone's calendar but experts say composting is a process we should all know more about. We meet some school kids who explain how compost can scrap pollution and build healthier soils. Corny Business We meet Sam, a young entrepreneur, whose popcorn business has taken off since it launched late last year. Sam tells us what it's like to run a business and whether there's any such thing as too much popcorn!

The history (and future) of Australia day
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The history (and future) of Australia day

January 26th is Australia Day, a beloved tradition and fun celebration that people look forward to every year. However, as we examine the history of that date, we see why some ...

January 26th is Australia Day, a beloved tradition and fun celebration that people look forward to every year. However, as we examine the history of that date, we see why some people feel that the national holiday should be moved to another day and consider some of the suggested alternatives.

BTN Story, 'Diabetes Awareness'
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BTN Story, 'Diabetes Awareness'

Clip from Behind The News
Nicholas Fry is a normal kid, who just happens to have Type One Diabetes. But a lot of his friends didn't understand what that w

Nicholas Fry is a normal kid, who just happens to have Type One Diabetes. But a lot of his friends didn't understand what that w

Changes to Australia's population
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Changes to Australia's population

As the population of Australia continues to increase, we examine some of the trends that are leading to this growth, some economic concerns people have about this progress and ...

As the population of Australia continues to increase, we examine some of the trends that are leading to this growth, some economic concerns people have about this progress and what the future of Australia might look like.

What are the requirements to be an astronaut?
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What are the requirements to be an astronaut?

Clip from Behind The News
NASA has announced the exact requirements needed to become an astronaut. Here is a step-by-step guide to what it takes to work in outer space.

NASA has announced the exact requirements needed to become an astronaut. Here is a step-by-step guide to what it takes to work in outer space.

Drones
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Drones

Clip from Behind the News
The use of drones is back in the news again when it was revealed that animal rights activists have used them to spy on farms tha

The use of drones is back in the news again when it was revealed that animal rights activists have used them to spy on farms tha

Diabetes Awareness
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Diabetes Awareness

Clip from Behind The News
Nicholas Fry is a normal kid, who just happens to have Type One Diabetes. But a lot of his friends didn't understand what that w

Nicholas Fry is a normal kid, who just happens to have Type One Diabetes. But a lot of his friends didn't understand what that w

Should kids play with toy guns?
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Should kids play with toy guns?

Clip from Behind the News
Join the discussion as kids share their opinions on toy guns. There's been a bit of controversy about whether or not it's appropriate or safe for kids to still be playing with ...

Join the discussion as kids share their opinions on toy guns. There's been a bit of controversy about whether or not it's appropriate or safe for kids to still be playing with them and we hear from both sides of issue on the matter.

Future careers for young people
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Future careers for young people

Clip from Behind The News
Find out why children are predicted to have an average of 13 jobs in their lifetime.

Find out why children are predicted to have an average of 13 jobs in their lifetime.

Greenhouse Gasses: short BTN clip
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Greenhouse Gasses: short BTN clip

Clip from Behind The News
Some of the world's top scientists now say greenhouse gas levels are the highest they've been in 800 thousand years. But what ac

Some of the world's top scientists now say greenhouse gas levels are the highest they've been in 800 thousand years. But what ac

Behind The News: Outback Hiphop
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Behind The News: Outback Hiphop

Behind the News just loves good news and this 'Go for It' special features a group of Aboriginal kids preserving their language

Behind the News just loves good news and this 'Go for It' special features a group of Aboriginal kids preserving their language

Life expectancy of indigenous and non-indigenous Australians
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Life expectancy of indigenous and non-indigenous Australians

Considering the rather large discrepancy between the life expectancy of NonIndigenous Australians and Indigenous Australians, many are working hard to help the Indigenous ...

Considering the rather large discrepancy between the life expectancy of NonIndigenous Australians and Indigenous Australians, many are working hard to help the Indigenous people. Discover how programs like Closing the Gap work to ensure that everyone has the same opportunities for education and employment and what can be done to reverse some troubling health trends among Indigenous Australians.

Land Rights
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Land Rights

Clip from Behind The News
The last day of Reconciliation Week is Mabo Day, the anniversary of a big court decision that recognised Aboriginal and Torres s

The last day of Reconciliation Week is Mabo Day, the anniversary of a big court decision that recognised Aboriginal and Torres s

How airport security works
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How airport security works

Clip from Behind the News
Ruby Cornish reveals the role passports, metal detectors, X-ray machines, explosive detection tests and sniffer dogs play in keeping travellers safe.

Ruby Cornish reveals the role passports, metal detectors, X-ray machines, explosive detection tests and sniffer dogs play in keeping travellers safe.

'Stealing' water from the Murray-Darling
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'Stealing' water from the Murray-Darling

Clip from Behind the News
Reporter Emma Davis explains why the Murray-Darling Basin Plan was put into place, the importance of water in the ecosystem, and allegations that some irrigators were stealing ...

Reporter Emma Davis explains why the Murray-Darling Basin Plan was put into place, the importance of water in the ecosystem, and allegations that some irrigators were stealing water that should be made available to others downstream.

Is it okay to skip school on your birthday?
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Is it okay to skip school on your birthday?

Clip from Behind The News
Noone wants to be stuck at school on their birthday but some schools have penalised parents that allow their children to skip. Several kids give their opinion on whether or ...

Noone wants to be stuck at school on their birthday but some schools have penalised parents that allow their children to skip. Several kids give their opinion on whether or not it's okay to stay home and celebrate on your birthday and what constitutes a good enough reason to be absent from class.

Rabbit restrictions in Queensland
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Rabbit restrictions in Queensland

Clip from Behind The News
Because rabbits are not native to Australia, they have been known to wreak havoc on native plants and, with how quickly they breed, they can be a negative factor among ...

Because rabbits are not native to Australia, they have been known to wreak havoc on native plants and, with how quickly they breed, they can be a negative factor among Australia's wildlife. Rabbits are currently banned in Queensland and extreme measures were taken to clear them out for good many years ago. Now, some are proposing special circumstances where rabbits might be brought into the country and kept as pets.

Coral Bleaching
3:52

Coral Bleaching

Clip from Behind The News
The federal Environment Minster has raised the coral bleaching threat level on the Great Barrier Reef to its highest point. And

The federal Environment Minster has raised the coral bleaching threat level on the Great Barrier Reef to its highest point. And

Online piracy and internet privacy
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Online piracy and internet privacy

Clip from Behind The News
With piracy so rampant on the internet, some movie studios are pressuring internet providers to provide the name of users who are sharing movies and other media illegally. ...

With piracy so rampant on the internet, some movie studios are pressuring internet providers to provide the name of users who are sharing movies and other media illegally. Kids weigh in on the debate that has folks questioning what's more important: personal privacy or catching criminals

Higgs boson`s significance
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Higgs boson`s significance

Clip from Catalyst
Derek Muller learns how Higgs boson informs our understanding of mass and its role in the standard model of particle physics.

Derek Muller learns how Higgs boson informs our understanding of mass and its role in the standard model of particle physics.

Is handwriting obsolete?
3:06

Is handwriting obsolete?

Clip from Behind The News
Finish school no longer teach handwriting. BTN takes a look at the development of cursive writing and whether it is still relevant to be taught in schools.

Finish school no longer teach handwriting. BTN takes a look at the development of cursive writing and whether it is still relevant to be taught in schools.

Capital punishment debate
3:40

Capital punishment debate

Clip from Behind The News
BTN investigates the debate surrounding capital punishment and the death penalty.

BTN investigates the debate surrounding capital punishment and the death penalty.

Floods
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Floods

This BtN clip examines the costs of floods for individuals affected by this type of natural disaster.

This BtN clip examines the costs of floods for individuals affected by this type of natural disaster.

The Great Barrier Reef
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The Great Barrier Reef

This clip is a segment from BtN about the alarming destruction of the Great Barrier Reef.

This clip is a segment from BtN about the alarming destruction of the Great Barrier Reef.

Australian-Indonesian sister schools
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Australian-Indonesian sister schools

Clip from Behind the News
INDO SCHOOL The relationship between Indonesia and Australia is incredibly important. But how much do we really know about on

INDO SCHOOL The relationship between Indonesia and Australia is incredibly important. But how much do we really know about on

Japan and whaling
4:09

Japan and whaling

Clip from Behind The News
Activists and governments oppose Japan whaling in the north-west Pacific Ocean, BTN reports.

Activists and governments oppose Japan whaling in the north-west Pacific Ocean, BTN reports.

BTN: World Refugee Day
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BTN: World Refugee Day

Clip from Behind The News
Three years ago, it was just an empty space in the middle of the desert in Jordan. Now, it's a huge town of tents, housing more

Three years ago, it was just an empty space in the middle of the desert in Jordan. Now, it's a huge town of tents, housing more

What is a tax?
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What is a tax?

Clip from Behind The News
BTN investigates the difference between a tax, levy, excise and co-payments in the aftermath of the 2014 Budget.

BTN investigates the difference between a tax, levy, excise and co-payments in the aftermath of the 2014 Budget.

What is a budget surplus?
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What is a budget surplus?

Clip from Behind The News
BTN looks at what a surplus is and how decisions made in the budget can effect it.

BTN looks at what a surplus is and how decisions made in the budget can effect it.

Duck Hunting
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Duck Hunting

A look at the controversial issue of duck hunting.

A look at the controversial issue of duck hunting.

Behind The News: Broken Hill - National Heritage Area
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Behind The News: Broken Hill - National Heritage Area

Clip from Behind The News
After a decade long campaign, Broken Hill has become Australia's first national heritage city. It's a place packed with history

After a decade long campaign, Broken Hill has become Australia's first national heritage city. It's a place packed with history

Clip created from Catalyst story on Bone Scaffold
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Clip created from Catalyst story on Bone Scaffold

Clip from Catalyst
Dr Maryanne Demasi meets a team of scientists at the University of Sydney who has been working on the 'holy grail' for orthopaed

Dr Maryanne Demasi meets a team of scientists at the University of Sydney who has been working on the 'holy grail' for orthopaed

China-Australia trade
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China-Australia trade

Clip from Behind The News
BTN investigates how countries trade with each other and why China is so important to Australia's economy.

BTN investigates how countries trade with each other and why China is so important to Australia's economy.

E-Waste
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E-Waste

Clip from Behind The News
If you wanted to get rid of an old TV set you wouldn't chuck it in the recycling bin would you? But that doesn't mean electronic

If you wanted to get rid of an old TV set you wouldn't chuck it in the recycling bin would you? But that doesn't mean electronic

Robot Boy
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Robot Boy

Clip from Behind The News
Have you ever wondered how movie makers create life-like characters for their films? They often use something called 'animatroni

Have you ever wondered how movie makers create life-like characters for their films? They often use something called 'animatroni

World Challenge goes to Asia
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World Challenge goes to Asia

Clip from Behind The News
Australian students share their life-changing adventures and charity work in South-East Asia with BTN.

Australian students share their life-changing adventures and charity work in South-East Asia with BTN.

Behind the News: German dancers
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Behind the News: German dancers

Clip from Behind the News
Catch up with a group of kids who are keeping German tradition alive through dance and bell ringing.

Catch up with a group of kids who are keeping German tradition alive through dance and bell ringing.

Healthy Vending
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Healthy Vending

Clip from Behind The News
Vending machines have a reputation for providing quick snacks with little nutritional value. But imagine putting your change in

Vending machines have a reputation for providing quick snacks with little nutritional value. But imagine putting your change in

Builidng Underwater Robots
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Builidng Underwater Robots

Clip from Behind the News
Building a robot seems like a pretty big ask for a kid. But what about trying to build one that completes obstacle courses, all

Building a robot seems like a pretty big ask for a kid. But what about trying to build one that completes obstacle courses, all

Everest, Sherpas and Nepal
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Everest, Sherpas and Nepal

Clip from Behind The News
We talk to someone who worked on Mt Everest to find out what life is like for Sherpas and find out more about Nepalese culture.

We talk to someone who worked on Mt Everest to find out what life is like for Sherpas and find out more about Nepalese culture.

The 'Asian century' and language
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The 'Asian century' and language

Clip from Behind The News
As Asian countries take more of a leadership role Australians are encouraged to learn their languages, BTN reports.

As Asian countries take more of a leadership role Australians are encouraged to learn their languages, BTN reports.

Behind the News: Great Barrier Reef - World Heritage
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Behind the News: Great Barrier Reef - World Heritage

Clip from Behind The News
The Great Barrier Reef has been at the centre of a big fight recently. Some people want to dump dredge spoil on parts of it, to

The Great Barrier Reef has been at the centre of a big fight recently. Some people want to dump dredge spoil on parts of it, to

Up-Cycling
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Up-Cycling

Clip from Behind the News
We all know that recycling is a good way to reduce waste and protect the environment. But it can also be a chance to get creativ

We all know that recycling is a good way to reduce waste and protect the environment. But it can also be a chance to get creativ

Autism is a condition that affects the way an individual relates to his or her environment and their interaction with other people. Get insights into the lives of individuals living with autism.
Use this playlist to help students to understand how digital devices work around them. Discover the latest emerging technologies and the affect on individuals from the rise of the digital world. (ACTDIK023,ACTDIK024,VCDSTS043,VCDSTS044)
It is important to know about different individuals that seek refuge in Australia and around the world. Watch this playlist to get an insight into the life of refugees. (ACHASSI099,ACDSEH146,VCHHK095,VCGGK124,VCHHK159).
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)
Explore changing experiences of democracy and citizenship through the stories of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, focusing on land rights and the significance of Mabo Day.
A royal wedding is a marriage ceremony involving members of royal family. This week we are celebrating the royal event the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Ramadan, the ninth month in the Islamic calendar, is a special time for Muslims. See how the community fasts from dawn and dines together come sunset with Behind the News and Compass. (ACHASSK065,VCHHK077)
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