Neil Oliver meets weapons expert Andy Deane who demonstrates the use of the long, iron slashing swords used by Celtic tribes to resist Roman invasions in the first century BC.
Neil Oliver visits a glassmith, who demonstrates how Romans produced glassware in Britain, and later discusses the impact glass windows might have had on Celts.
Bugs play a role in helping plants to grow and Australian scientists are teaching Cambodians how to manage insect populations and grow the food the nation needs.
The terms proposition and opposition are defined in this clip from the documentary Up For Debate, with an introduction to the components of a debate speech.
Qatar and Bangladesh face off in the first round of the World School Debating Championships, as they debate the provision of government funding for faithbased initiatives.
University of Queensland researcher Qamar Schuyler explains why marine turtles end up eating plastic, and reveals some of the plastics that have been found in dead turtles.
Neil Oliver meets food historian Sally Grainger who demonstrates how the wealthy cooked and what they ate in Roman Britain.
Behind The News explains what biodiversity and why it is important, and visits the South Australian Museum's biodiversity exhibit.
Year 12 teacher Paula Jenkins briefly explains why she is teaching her literature students Patrick White's The Aunt's Story, and students discuss their assessment of the book.
Science club member Nikita demonstrates how chicken bones can be made rubbery using vinegar to dissolve the calcium.
Behind The News explains why the price of products are marked up, and examines why Australian shops increase the price more than retailers overseas.
Medical student Lisa Daniels scribes the structure and parts of the human body, including bones, muscles, nerves, organs and brains.
Rebecca explains how she uses her other senses while she is blind, including reading with braille, and Deaf students show how they communicate.
Neil Oliver visits an ancient copper mine at Great Orme, Wales, and demonstrates the conditions Bronze Age miners would have worked under.
Catch up with Dr Michael Hutchison from the Bribie Island Aquaculture centre who is looking to repopulate the rivers with jungle perch.
Junior scientist Josephine conducts an experiment to show how white light is made up of many different colours, using a prism, white paper and a torch.
Behind The News shows how dance is used in Indian films, meets children learning Indian dance styles, and compares the Bollywood and Hollywood movie industries.
Our History describes how settlers learned to use local resources as medicines to treat illnesses.
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