An explanation of the Balinese style of dance including the costumes, stances and types.
Jimmy Chi and other members of Kuckles reveal how Listen To The News was written in the context of the Noonkanbah mining protests.
Sully learns that human children are not in fact toxic and grows to be fond of Boo, while Mike hopes to get rid of her.
Natalie Hunter meets rhino keeper Luke Hausler, who explains how endangered the pachyderms and what makes them unique.
Laith Al Shimaysawee from Flinders University has developed a unique algorithm to detect and locate people in emergency situations faster and with more efficiency.
Mrs Kangaroo rallies the animals, claiming Horton is poisoning the minds of children with his 'Imaginary' tales of people living on the speck.
When Horton hears the voice on the dust speak, he reasons that there must exist a person. The other animals don't believe him.
Natalie Hunter meets Werribee Open Range Zoo keepers, who explain why many species of animal in Africa are endangered.
Dylan confronts Jason about bullying another boy and then later Jason pushes Dylan down the stairs. Dylan does not tell anyone that Jason pushed him.
Environmental educator Martin Jackson explains how the Currumbin Ecovillage was designed to minimise the carbon footprint of the community.
University of Queensland food scientist Joel Gilmore uses a sousvide machine to cook an egg exactly the way he likes it, and explains the denaturing processes that transform the food.
Chef Laura Cassai demonstrates how to make honeycomb toffee using bicarbonate of soda, explains how it forms, and then adds chocolate.
CSIRO microbiologist Ed Fox explains what bacteria is found in milk, what makes it dangerous, how milk is pasteurised to keep it safe, and why keeping it in the fridge is necessary.
Chef Paula Le demonstrates how N2 Extreme Gelato uses nitrogen to make liquidnitrogen gelato, and the scientific processes behind it, including nucleationdominated icecrystallisation.
Behind The News investigates the debate about whether Australia Day should be moved out of respect for Indigenous people, who regard the anniversary as the day Australia was invaded.
Behind The News takes a look at an initiative designed to narrow the life expectancy gap between Indigenous and nonIndigenous Australians and how it is going.
In an attempt to keep the orangutans brains active, researchers at the Melbourne Zoo have designed some motioncontrolled games specially for their primate patrons.
A look into what a leap year is and why we have them.
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