Filmmaker Damon Garneau travels to the US to discover the marketing ploys used to disguise sugar in so-called healthy drinks.
Dr Giles Yeo speaks with an exam stress expert and learns about some coping and study strategies which may reduce anxiety and stress.
Horrible histories tells us about the setting up of the penal colony in Australia in the time of the Georgians. The British settlers encountered many problems and obstacles in the southern continent.
Joy meets the other emotions that make up Riley's personality.
The Ferrones try out some sugary breakfast cereal and drip coffee. With both parents working, the kids get to buy their lunch and there are now two cars in the family.
Annabel takes the Ferrones out for an 80s style power lunch at Bennelong restaurant.
The Ferrones come to the end of their time experiencing the food, culture and lifestyle of the 1980s. This era ends with the historical event of the Berlin Wall coming down.
Craig takes on fast fashion and the waste problem it creates. What are some of the impacts on the environment caused by 'fast fashion'. How could we reduce our consumption of clothing?
Anna and her friends get together to make their own bathroom cleaner and toilet bombs. Plus there’s some tips for making easy switches to reduce the amount of plastic in bathroom products.
In this clip from Brain Games we see how the phenomenon known as 'cognitive ease' can trick us into believing something just because it is easier or clearer to read. Discuss with a partner how this might happen in your life. What measures can you take to make sure you don't get misled when reading statements in articles or on the Internet?
Learn about the history of glass christmas baubles and watch how glass ornaments are made by glass blowing artisans.
Adam discovers how ramadan is celebrated in Singapore.
In this very funny clip, Anh explains why his younger brother was dressed as a girl in the migrant hostel.
Cook and his crew encounter kangaroos, emus, echidnas and platypuses. All things 'New Holland' become the craze back in England as stuffed Australian animals are sent back to the homeland.
Cook set off to the great unknown southern land on the ship the 'Endeavour' with 94 people and a goat! As Captain, he took responsibility to care for all of those in his charge. How did Cook prevent scurvy among his crew?
The son of a bootmaker, Florey studies at the University of Adelaide is then awarded a Rhodes Scholarship. Ultimately, heading up his own department at Oxford University.
Howard Florey's penicillin prevented further deaths in World War II as wounded soldiers could be treated with the drug.