On The Spot
19:34

On The Spot: Health, History, Science

Season 1 Episode 19 Discovery Kids December 17, 2014

History

Geography

Science

Critical thinking

5-6
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From the world's happiest job to the happiest country, to the secret behind the word 'robot' and predictions from Jules Verne, Business Week, and Warner Brothers.

From the world's happiest job to the happiest country, to the secret behind the word 'robot' and predictions from Jules Verne, Business Week, and Warner Brothers.

On The Spot
20:46

On The Spot: Untold History, Get Creative, Origins

Season 2 Episode 5 Discovery Kids November 22, 2014

History

Geography

Science

Critical thinking

5-6
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From cannibalism to the jobs dictators had before they were dictators, to the Golden Age of Television, to the origins of the wedding gowns, candy canes, and gift shops.

From cannibalism to the jobs dictators had before they were dictators, to the Golden Age of Television, to the origins of the wedding gowns, candy canes, and gift shops.

On The Spot
19:49

On The Spot: Geography, Culture, History

Season 1 Episode 18 Discovery Kids December 16, 2014

History

Geography

Science

Critical thinking

5-6
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From the first Academy Awards to the eastern-most state, pirates to the discovery of Antarctica, and unfurnished German apartments to politely sticking out your tongue.

From the first Academy Awards to the eastern-most state, pirates to the discovery of Antarctica, and unfurnished German apartments to politely sticking out your tongue.

On The Spot
19:52

On The Spot: Geography, Science, Health

Season 1 Episode 21 Discovery Kids December 19, 2014

History

Geography

Science

Critical thinking

5-6
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From the reason North is up to the fight over the number of oceans, the history of climate change to the truth about vegetables, to the medical benefit of hugs.

From the reason North is up to the fight over the number of oceans, the history of climate change to the truth about vegetables, to the medical benefit of hugs.

On The Spot
19:34

On The Spot: Mad Science, Myths, Claim To Fame

Season 2 Episode 14 Discovery Kids December 3, 2014

History

Geography

Science

Critical thinking

5-6
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From the science behind invisibility and sightings of zombies and vampires, to the mummy's curse, presidential claims to fame, and the world's most amazing streets.

From the science behind invisibility and sightings of zombies and vampires, to the mummy's curse, presidential claims to fame, and the world's most amazing streets.

On The Spot
19:52

On The Spot: Bad Ideas, Oddities, Mad Science

Season 2 Episode 7 Discovery Kids November 24, 2014

History

Geography

Science

Critical thinking

5-6
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From plane crashes in Beverly Hills and airbag underwear, to teenage popes and wild Arizona camels, to the doctor who tested catheters on himself and superhero mice.

From plane crashes in Beverly Hills and airbag underwear, to teenage popes and wild Arizona camels, to the doctor who tested catheters on himself and superhero mice.

A Taste of Landline
27:04

A Taste of Landline

Season 3 Episode 12 ABC January 27, 2018

Design and technologies

Geography

Sustainability

Science

9-10
11-12
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This video has closed captioning
Find out how modern technology is reshaping the wool industry. Also get insights into 'Home grown' ready-to-eat tuna and about protecting high-value crops from the elements.

Find out how modern technology is reshaping the wool industry. Also get insights into 'Home grown' ready-to-eat tuna and about protecting high-value crops from the elements.

Slavery: A 21st Century Evil
25:29

Slavery: A 21st Century Evil: Sex Slaves

Al Jazeera English July 20, 2016

Ethical Understanding

Civics and citizenship

Geography

11-12
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Rageh Omaar investigates the plight of the millions of women every year sold into sex slavery.

Rageh Omaar investigates the plight of the millions of women every year sold into sex slavery.

Needles And Pins
22:50

Needles And Pins: South Korea

Season 1 Episode 1 SBS Viceland April 4, 2017

Intercultural Understanding

Visual Arts

Geography

11-12
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Tattoo artist and activist Grace Neutral explores global tattoo scenes, from cultures where body art is seen as an act of defiance to those where it's used to record identity, ...

Tattoo artist and activist Grace Neutral explores global tattoo scenes, from cultures where body art is seen as an act of defiance to those where it's used to record identity, memory and even punishment. From the country's underground tattoo scene to the mainstream influences of K-pop, gang culture and plastic surgery, Grace explores how younger generations are challenging traditional views around body image in South Korea.

A Taste of Landline
27:03

A Taste of Landline

Season 3 Episode 16 ABC February 24, 2018

Design and technologies

Geography

Sustainability

Science

9-10
11-12
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This video has closed captioning
Insights into refugee farmers who are producing millions of dollars of vegetables. An exclusive interview with the woman behind the little dairy with a big heart as well as ...

Insights into refugee farmers who are producing millions of dollars of vegetables. An exclusive interview with the woman behind the little dairy with a big heart as well as the role of seedbanks in global agriculture.

A Taste of Landline
27:04

A Taste of Landline

Season 3 Episode 15 ABC February 17, 2018

Design and technologies

Geography

Sustainability

Science

9-10
11-12
Classification: Not ClassifiedClassification: Not Classified
This video has closed captioning
The social enterprise is transforming unproductive urban spaces into small farms. Students and their sheep dogs are learning together at dog school. Also find out about the ...

The social enterprise is transforming unproductive urban spaces into small farms. Students and their sheep dogs are learning together at dog school. Also find out about the locally grown French wine grape finds a perfect match in oysters.

A Taste of Landline
27:04

A Taste of Landline

Season 3 Episode 18 ABC March 10, 2018

Design and technologies

Geography

Sustainability

Science

9-10
11-12
Classification: Not ClassifiedClassification: Not Classified
This video has closed captioning
Watch this episode of A Taste of Landline to discover how Wagga Wagga canola oil is doing big business in India. Exclusive insights into the food relief charity helping feed ...

Watch this episode of A Taste of Landline to discover how Wagga Wagga canola oil is doing big business in India. Exclusive insights into the food relief charity helping feed needy Australians and pioneering Tasmanian farming family who took a chance on tulips.

A Taste of Landline
27:05

A Taste of Landline

Season 3 Episode 2 ABC November 18, 2017

Design and technologies

Geography

Sustainability

Science

9-10
11-12
Classification: Not ClassifiedClassification: Not Classified
This video has closed captioning
This 'paddock to plate' program shows in detail where our food comes from and the farmers who grow it, as well as the consumers who buy it and some of Australia's top chefs ...

This 'paddock to plate' program shows in detail where our food comes from and the farmers who grow it, as well as the consumers who buy it and some of Australia's top chefs who cook it.

Back Roads
28:00

Back Roads: Hermannsburg

Season 2 Episode 6 ABC January 15, 2017

Indigenous Australians

Intercultural understanding

Geography

7-8
9-10
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This video has closed captioning
Heather Ewart visits Hermannsburg (known as Ntaria in Western Arrarnta language), the stunning birthplace of Albert Namatjira. This Northern Territory town is nurturing both ...

Heather Ewart visits Hermannsburg (known as Ntaria in Western Arrarnta language), the stunning birthplace of Albert Namatjira. This Northern Territory town is nurturing both culture and creativity in its young people.

On The Spot
19:42

On The Spot: Supernatural, Bad Ideas, On The Menu

Season 3 Episode 7 Discovery Kids March 11, 2015

History

Geography

Science

Critical thinking

5-6
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From close encounters with aliens, to traditions involving rolling cheese down hills, to the history behind one of the most beloved menu items: the sandwich.

From close encounters with aliens, to traditions involving rolling cheese down hills, to the history behind one of the most beloved menu items: the sandwich.

A Taste of Landline
27:27

A Taste of Landline

Season 2 Episode 1 ABC November 25, 2016

Design and technologies

Geography

Sustainability

Science

9-10
11-12
Classification: Not ClassifiedClassification: Not Classified
This video has closed captioning
Back for a second series, this 'paddock to plate' program shows in detail where our food comes from and the farmers who grow it, as well as the consumers who buy it and some ...

Back for a second series, this 'paddock to plate' program shows in detail where our food comes from and the farmers who grow it, as well as the consumers who buy it and some of Australia's top chefs who cook it.

On The Spot
19:49

On The Spot: What It's Worth, Problem And Solution, Globetrotting

Season 2 Episode 1 Discovery Kids December 23, 2014

History

Geography

Science

Critical thinking

5-6
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From the value of a first edition of the Bible to a 1943 penny, the breakfast food that can kill ants and the world's most dangerous pool to its most dangerous beach.

From the value of a first edition of the Bible to a 1943 penny, the breakfast food that can kill ants and the world's most dangerous pool to its most dangerous beach.

On The Spot
20:12

On The Spot: Science, History, The Arts

Season 1 Episode 22 Discovery Kids December 22, 2014

History

Geography

Science

Critical thinking

5-6
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From the reason cheese tastes good to the air pressure on Everest, the first pencil to the poleaxe, and Harry Houdini to Charlie Chaplin.

From the reason cheese tastes good to the air pressure on Everest, the first pencil to the poleaxe, and Harry Houdini to Charlie Chaplin.