Rophe stops Dr Xand to ask him to ask, Why does your belly rumble when you're hungry What follows is an explanation mentioning bubbles, and a strange, funnysounding new word to memorise: borborygmus.
After dipping some uncooked pasta and a digestive biscuit in liquid oxygen, Dr Chris sets them both ablaze! Comparing how long the two foods burn and how high the flames reach shows us which snack is more efficient for our body's energy.
Dr Chris explains to Lucy why we sometimes get pins and needles after lying in a weird position. We're told that cutting off the blood supply to your tingling arm or leg has everything to do with it not to mention the weird signals being sent to your brain by the affected nerve.
Taroona High School gets a 'recycling robot'. What are some of the robot's features? Do you think having the robot will encourage more students to recycle?
The Lorax meets the Once-ler's family and asks them to leave. They do not respond favourably.Discussion PointsWhy does the Lorax speak for the trees? Why is it important to speak up for others? Have you ever spoken up for someone else? Has someone else ever spoken up for you?
Harrison tells the story of Rip Van Winkle and explains why and how long lions sleep every day.
Doctors and Xand, through the use of a clever animation, describe the process of how your bones repair themselves when you've sustained a break or fracture. Of course on your arm for example, you'd wear a plaster cast. But the rest of the repair comes from inside yourself!
Dr Chris answers Benita's question about why we get the stitch with an answer that involves running, eating, and targeted blood distribution.
Duane reveals the paradox of the environment Japanese macaques live in. They are snow monkeys after all, but benefit from a nice steam bath originating from hot underground springs! We get a good explanation of natural energy created from both geothermal and volcanic activities.
In a skit that lampoons ridiculous YouTuber posts, Unwrapping Guy unwraps a pair of socks from his aunty. Should go viral, right
A brief overview of what boats can be used for and an introduction to floating.
More than 500,000 cricket balls a year are stitched together by hand using compressed cork, layers of string and a sheet of leather at this Victorian factory.
A short clip introduction to the circulatory system, including where the lungs and heart sit inside the body. Suitable for stude
Sinon gives away some important tips that can help everyone to reduce landfill.
Different colours absorb and reflect different wavelengths of light. Because light it energy this makes some colours absorb heat and some reflect heat. Which colours absorb heat? Which colour is best for reflecting heat? Watch and learn!
Watch this clip to find out what the 5 R's are to reduce waste.
Harrison raps about how humans digest food.