This film follows the epic adventures of a young lion cub named Simba as he struggles to accept the responsibilities of adulthood and his destined role as king of the jungle. As a carefree cub, he "just can't wait to be king", and spends his days frolicking with his pal, Nala. His father, King Mufasa, the revered ruler of Pride Rock and the lands that surround it, teaches him about the "circle of life" - the delicate balance of nature which bonds all animals together - and cautions him to prepare for the day when he will be called upon to lead.
Experience the final chapter of the Aladdin saga in Disney's Aladdin and the King of Thieves. There is a grand party in Agrabah when it looks like Princess Jasmine and Aladdin will finally get married. But first they must stop the legendary Forty Thieves from stealing a mysterious wedding gift - an all-seeing oracle that will lead them to riches beyond their imaginations.
This week on SCOPE it is all about people power, as we track down some science projects where research data is collected by everyday citizens like you!
Language is what defines humans from other species, and with our planet home to around 7,000 different languages, words have played a crucial role in our evolution. Renowned wordsmith and host of this series, Stephen Fry, is the perfect guide for this fascinating exploration of language in all its forms: from cutting edge linguistic research to the glories of world literature.
We discover some of the newest tech and robots on the scene from swarming robots to driverless vehicles on this episode: where the ordinary becomes extraordinary.
BtN looks at the history of the death penalty and the countries that still practice it. Also, should we change the census? There are teacher resources on this topic and the story, Drought Doco.
We're harnessing all the forces of nature in one epic episode. Wind, waves, sun and termite gas.
Warm up that brain because we're sweating it out to bring you the fittest and fastest in sport science on this: where the ordinary becomes extraordinary.
There's one subject that affects pretty much all kids and that's school! In this Special, BtN looks at some of the issues that concern kids at school such as when is the best time for students to learn and should kids be allowed to skip school for special occasions. We also explore how getting out of the classroom can sometimes be the best lesson.
Australia doesn't have a nuclear industry. But one Australian state has decided it now wants to investigate the idea. They've called a royal commission to look into it. But who needs a royal commission when you have BtN? There are teacher resources for this story and our story on Chinese Migration.
Aid agencies have now declared cyclone Pam one of the worst natural disasters to hit the pacific. Seventy percent of the population of Vanuatu has been left homeless by it, and every school there has been badly damaged or destroyed. We meet some of the kids of Vanuatu to find out exactly what happened and what they need now to get back on their feet. There are teaching resources for this story and our story on Bionic Body.
We're taking a renewable ride into the future with solar cars, cloud DIYs and roof gardens in this inspiring episode: where the ordinary becomes extraordinary.
One hundred years on from the day Australian soldiers first landed at Gallipoli, Behind the News is giving kids a special insight into this formative event. From the strategy behind the battle, to what life was like in the trenches and how things unfolded on the other side; well take a look at this famous battle from every angle. Plus, well have an Anzac day quiz to test yourself on too.
Back when the Earth was being overrun by glaciers, and animals were scurrying to save themselves from the upcoming Ice Age, a stupid sloth named Sid, a woolly mammoth named Manny, a saber-toothed tiger named Diego, and an acorn-loving saber-toothed squirrel named Scrat are forced to become unlikely heroes.
We're sweating it out, feeling the burn and sniffing the smell of success in today's show about Olympic Sports! Nat's tagging along to an ice hockey camp and Duane's checking out water polo.
Get the scoop on Australia's best playground, the inside story on mountain biking and hockey, and an exclusive with an unusual bat.