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This program takes an up close look at the secret lives of Australia's most notorious, and sometimes little known, killers, including the world's most venomous snakes, deadly ...

This program takes an up close look at the secret lives of Australia's most notorious, and sometimes little known, killers, including the world's most venomous snakes, deadly jellyfish, monster crocs and venom-laden spiders.

Forged by nature and nurtured by man, a single pearl encapsulates a story. In Australia's remote Kimberley region, man and nature work together to forge the ocean's most ...

Forged by nature and nurtured by man, a single pearl encapsulates a story. In Australia's remote Kimberley region, man and nature work together to forge the ocean's most desired treasure.

This special, narrated by Andrew Scott, celebrates spring on planet Earth. This magical season brings a burst of new life - but as soon as the air starts to warm, it's a race ...

This special, narrated by Andrew Scott, celebrates spring on planet Earth. This magical season brings a burst of new life - but as soon as the air starts to warm, it's a race to wake up and get ahead of everyone else.

The sixth extinction phase - are we really at such a crisis point? As executive secretary of the United Nations Group on Biological Diversity Ahmed Djoghlaf explains the rate ...

The sixth extinction phase - are we really at such a crisis point? As executive secretary of the United Nations Group on Biological Diversity Ahmed Djoghlaf explains the rate of extinctions, the head of IUCN argues that we have no idea how many species there really are. Narrated by Simon Poland.

What is wilderness, and how much is left? Russell Mittermeier of Conservation International assures us that, by his definition, wilderness still covers 40 percent of the ...

What is wilderness, and how much is left? Russell Mittermeier of Conservation International assures us that, by his definition, wilderness still covers 40 percent of the planet. But is there enough to provide landscapes for animals such as elephants? How much wilderness do we need, and how fast is it disappearing? Narrated by Simon Poland.

The fourth episode of Going Bush is the powerful climax of Catherine and Deborah's four thousand kilometre life-changing journey across the top of Australia. Crossing into ...

The fourth episode of Going Bush is the powerful climax of Catherine and Deborah's four thousand kilometre life-changing journey across the top of Australia. Crossing into Arnhem Land, the biggest Aboriginal reserve in the country, the girls hit the high notes with indigenous rock band Narbelek, discover an isolated community weaving its way to economic success, and sweat out the dust and grime of weeks on the road in the ultimate bush sauna.

Take a breathtaking flight on the wings of birds across six continents and experience some of the world's greatest natural spectacles from a bird's-eye view. In this episode, ...

Take a breathtaking flight on the wings of birds across six continents and experience some of the world's greatest natural spectacles from a bird's-eye view. In this episode, fly over Africa on the back of a vulture and see the most animal-packed continent with fresh eyes.

Every day, millions of creatures are born into a life on the march, on the wing, on the run. From the tiniest butterflies to the largest wildebeest, these migrants lives hinge ...

Every day, millions of creatures are born into a life on the march, on the wing, on the run. From the tiniest butterflies to the largest wildebeest, these migrants lives hinge on the ability to get up and go.

The epic story of life on Earth. A stunning visual experience that combines rare action, unimaginable scale, impossible locations and intimate moments with our planet's best ...

The epic story of life on Earth. A stunning visual experience that combines rare action, unimaginable scale, impossible locations and intimate moments with our planet's best loved, wildest and most elusive creatures. Narrated by David Attenborough.

3D printing is/will forever change how we make things. Manufacturing worldwide is getting a makeover, affecting industries from healthcare to education. It's in homes, ...

3D printing is/will forever change how we make things. Manufacturing worldwide is getting a makeover, affecting industries from healthcare to education. It's in homes, kitchens, and it's even in space.

The debate over whether global warming is happening is all but over. Even many sceptics concede that the planet is getting warmer and humans are largely to blame. But there ...

The debate over whether global warming is happening is all but over. Even many sceptics concede that the planet is getting warmer and humans are largely to blame. But there are still many unanswered questions.

Tornadoes and hurricanes may hit closer to home as opposed to other natural disasters in recent years, as the U.S. Midwest has been ravaged by twisters while the Gulf Coast ...

Tornadoes and hurricanes may hit closer to home as opposed to other natural disasters in recent years, as the U.S. Midwest has been ravaged by twisters while the Gulf Coast has experienced the most destructive and costly hurricanes in U.S. history. To test the effect of wind on humans, host Ben Fogle visits a specialised climate chamber to recreate the effect of wind at up to 120 mph.

Not everyone knows that when we order flake and chips, we are actually eating shark. The problem is no one knows what species it is, so we could be eating an endangered ...

Not everyone knows that when we order flake and chips, we are actually eating shark. The problem is no one knows what species it is, so we could be eating an endangered species on a Friday night without knowing it. Matthew decides that until we get better seafood labelling we should swap out flake for other more sustainable alternatives.

Actor Don Cheadle and Nobel Prize winning author Tom Friedman investigate how climate change and extreme weather are altering lives across the globe from Africa to California.

Actor Don Cheadle and Nobel Prize winning author Tom Friedman investigate how climate change and extreme weather are altering lives across the globe from Africa to California.

This program takes an up close look at the secret lives of Australia's most notorious, and sometimes little known, killers, including the world's most venomous snakes, deadly ...

This program takes an up close look at the secret lives of Australia's most notorious, and sometimes little known, killers, including the world's most venomous snakes, deadly jellyfish, monster crocs and venom-laden spiders.

Australia is a land of diverse and often extreme habitats, with vast expanses of wetlands, dense forests and arid plains. It's populated by an immense array of birdlife. There ...

Australia is a land of diverse and often extreme habitats, with vast expanses of wetlands, dense forests and arid plains. It's populated by an immense array of birdlife. There are more than 800 species of birds here and the country's isolation from the rest of the world for millennia means that many of its birds are unique.

Liz and Martin visit Japan, to witness the battle that rages between the people and the land they live on.

Liz and Martin visit Japan, to witness the battle that rages between the people and the land they live on.

Australia is a land of diverse and often extreme habitats, with vast expanses of wetlands, dense forests and arid plains. It's populated by an immense array of birdlife. There ...

Australia is a land of diverse and often extreme habitats, with vast expanses of wetlands, dense forests and arid plains. It's populated by an immense array of birdlife. There are more than 800 species of birds here and the country's isolation from the rest of the world for millennia means that many of its birds are unique.

The bible called them plagues, but we call them natural disasters. They are actually one of the same. And the biblical plagues are coming back. The first episode examines the ...

The bible called them plagues, but we call them natural disasters. They are actually one of the same. And the biblical plagues are coming back. The first episode examines the first biblical plague of Egypt, the Nile waters turning into blood, and how the plague has returned in the form of toxic algal blooms. Each episode of this series analyses the individual biblical plague from a historical and theological perspective, and explains the connection to modern natural events.

Right now, conservation is going through a major rethink and reassessment of what is the right way forward, bearing in mind the expanding human population. This film opens ...

Right now, conservation is going through a major rethink and reassessment of what is the right way forward, bearing in mind the expanding human population. This film opens with dramatic footage of humpback whales - a success story for conservation. The Save the Panda, Save the Whale and Save the Rainforest campaigns are still very familiar, too, but have we got anywhere? Narrated by Simon Poland. Narrated by Simon Poland.

Sydney Harbour has undergone a remarkable journey, moving from the quiet home for a tiny indigenous population to a prison camp for convicts and now a powerful financial capital.

Sydney Harbour has undergone a remarkable journey, moving from the quiet home for a tiny indigenous population to a prison camp for convicts and now a powerful financial capital.

Swallowing entire regions and crippling the bravest adventurers with fear, floods are put to the test. From the shock and awe of flash floods, to the fearsome power of storm ...

Swallowing entire regions and crippling the bravest adventurers with fear, floods are put to the test. From the shock and awe of flash floods, to the fearsome power of storm surges, as well as the vast destruction of tsunamis.

Nine Months on and the project has hit rock-bottom. Unable to secure his land because of a squatter called Elias, Charlie had planned to evict him. But having now met his ...

Nine Months on and the project has hit rock-bottom. Unable to secure his land because of a squatter called Elias, Charlie had planned to evict him. But having now met his family and his disabled daughter, Heidi, Charlie is fast learning that any solution must also include this poor peasant family.

Great reporters always go the extra mile to get their story. But what happens when your beat is the craziest weather on earth?

Great reporters always go the extra mile to get their story. But what happens when your beat is the craziest weather on earth?

This program creates a unique opportunity for five creatives in the local filmmaking community to bring ideas they have been dreaming about to life.

This program creates a unique opportunity for five creatives in the local filmmaking community to bring ideas they have been dreaming about to life.

An active volcano with the power to plunge the whole world into a brutal dark age is rising for the sea in the heart of Asia.

An active volcano with the power to plunge the whole world into a brutal dark age is rising for the sea in the heart of Asia.

Giant pandas were on the brink of extinction but now they are coming back. The Chengdu Research Base in China is at the heart of a project to breed 300 pandas and introduce ...

Giant pandas were on the brink of extinction but now they are coming back. The Chengdu Research Base in China is at the heart of a project to breed 300 pandas and introduce them back to the wild.

With their world encased in snow and ice, animals must find inventive ways to survive the cold. Caribou become ice road travellers, and snow monkeys find a warm bath.

With their world encased in snow and ice, animals must find inventive ways to survive the cold. Caribou become ice road travellers, and snow monkeys find a warm bath.

Thousands of miles away from civilisation, Midway Atoll is in one of the most remote places on earth. Yet it's ground zero for The Great Pacific Garbage Patch, syphoning ...

Thousands of miles away from civilisation, Midway Atoll is in one of the most remote places on earth. Yet it's ground zero for The Great Pacific Garbage Patch, syphoning plastics from three distant continents. This indie documentary follows journalist/film maker Angela Sun as she travels to uncover this mysterious phenomenon, meeting scientists, researchers, influencers and volunteers who shed lights on the effects of our rabid plastic consumption.

Professor Brian Cox travels to Northern Spain, Nepal and the coast of Canada to uncover how the stunning diversity of shapes in our natural world are shadows of the rules that ...

Professor Brian Cox travels to Northern Spain, Nepal and the coast of Canada to uncover how the stunning diversity of shapes in our natural world are shadows of the rules that govern the Universe.

Astronaut Scott Kelly spent a year living on the International Space Station testing human limits for space travel while his identical twin, retired astronaut Mark Kelly, was ...

Astronaut Scott Kelly spent a year living on the International Space Station testing human limits for space travel while his identical twin, retired astronaut Mark Kelly, was monitored here on Earth. In the Kelly brothers, NASA has a near-perfect, two person sample group for biomedical research. This is the story of what it takes to spend a year in space and then, using what NASA has learned from the brothers, what it means for humanity as we journey to Mars and beyond.

Every step we take, we walk over a fascinating world beneath our feet. What's there is not only a time machine of geologic history; it's a catalogue of multiple histories that ...

Every step we take, we walk over a fascinating world beneath our feet. What's there is not only a time machine of geologic history; it's a catalogue of multiple histories that tell the story of us and of our planet. Using the visual of a depth chart as a timeline of what has been buried and burrowed through over years, we'll pick the most engaging and unexpected stories across the world that cover examples of archaeology, technological achievement, natural history, anthropology, botany and geography in addition to geology.

In one of the most bizarre biological blunders of all time, the cane toad was introduced to Australia to save the nation's cane crops from devastation. This humorous film ...

In one of the most bizarre biological blunders of all time, the cane toad was introduced to Australia to save the nation's cane crops from devastation. This humorous film takes a close look at these pests, now in plague proportions, and at how different people have responded to living down among the toads.

In tonight's episode Cathy and Luke hunt down sand frogs that drink their own urine and start a fire with nothing but a bit of old wood and some combustible roo poo. Luke puts ...

In tonight's episode Cathy and Luke hunt down sand frogs that drink their own urine and start a fire with nothing but a bit of old wood and some combustible roo poo. Luke puts his new-found confidence to the test on the dance floor and Cathy tries some tongue-twisting rap with the kidz in the hood in Tennant Creek.

Can we really believe all the claims about climate change? In the wake of the final report into so-called 'Climategate' and the vicious row about the science behind climate ...

Can we really believe all the claims about climate change? In the wake of the final report into so-called 'Climategate' and the vicious row about the science behind climate change, this documentary goes back to basics to ask what we really know about our climate and how it will affect us, uncovering some surprising results.

Tides govern marine life. Tidal marshes are some of the most productive parts of the world. Numerous plants support numerous animals, yet life is not easy; predators are ...

Tides govern marine life. Tidal marshes are some of the most productive parts of the world. Numerous plants support numerous animals, yet life is not easy; predators are attracted to these enormous quantities of food, forcing animals to seek constant protection from attack. Relief comes with the crashing waves, as the tides flow once more. Between the tides, when the sands become depleted of food and air, the worms, clams and shrimps just endure the expected pause.

This provocative new documentary series, led by Matthew Evans, highlights the complex and sometimes shocking truth about Australia's seafood. It also launches a campaign ...

This provocative new documentary series, led by Matthew Evans, highlights the complex and sometimes shocking truth about Australia's seafood. It also launches a campaign around seafood labelling that will enable all Australians to make better choices when it comes to buying and consuming seafood.

To fly like a bird, Earthflight not only captured remarkable images of wild flocks but also relied on some extraordinary relationships between people and birds. Filmed over ...

To fly like a bird, Earthflight not only captured remarkable images of wild flocks but also relied on some extraordinary relationships between people and birds. Filmed over four years, in six continents and more than 40 countries, the Earthflight team used many extraordinary techniques.

Hugh's got two new massive corporate targets in his sights. This time he's taking on Amazon, for the amount of packaging it produces; and the coffee shop giants, Starbucks, ...

Hugh's got two new massive corporate targets in his sights. This time he's taking on Amazon, for the amount of packaging it produces; and the coffee shop giants, Starbucks, Costa, and Caffe Nero, for a recycling scandal that most of us never even knew existed.

Brian Cox and Dara O'Briain host the second night of their three-day stargazing extravaganza from Jodrell Bank Observatory, where they are joined by two generations of ...

Brian Cox and Dara O'Briain host the second night of their three-day stargazing extravaganza from Jodrell Bank Observatory, where they are joined by two generations of astronauts. Walt Cunningham was one of the first ever crew to fly an Apollo spacecraft into orbit, while Commander Chris Hadfield recently returned from months aboard the International Space Station. Liz Bonnin attempts a world-first, reporting live from a plane 28,000 feet above the Arctic Circle, as she steps up her mission to capture the Northern Lights. Dara finds out how it feels to be truly weightless on the infamous 'vomit comet' aeroplane. Brian describes how scientists are tackling the problem of interstellar travel, and the team reveal never-before-seen images from around the solar system. Meanwhile, resident astronomer Mark Thompson navigates using the stars, and takes an unprecedented look at the 400-year-old giant storm on Jupiter, as it moves into view live during the programme.

Brian Cox and Dara O'Briain raise the stakes in the final night of their astronomy extravaganza, and reveal the results of their viewers' challenge to find undiscovered ...

Brian Cox and Dara O'Briain raise the stakes in the final night of their astronomy extravaganza, and reveal the results of their viewers' challenge to find undiscovered galaxies at the edge of space. Reporting live from above the clouds in Norway, Liz Bonnin has one last chance to capture the spectacular Northern Lights, using super-sensitive cameras. Brian reveals why no-one really knows what our own galaxy, the Milky Way, really looks like, and how the remarkable Gaia space probe is set to change all that by mapping a billion of our neighbouring stars. With his sights set on a weekend break to a distant planet, Dara prepares to suffer as he straps himself into a human centrifuge to find out whether humans can accelerate to light speed. Meanwhile, resident astronomer Mark Thompson joins thousands of amateur astronomers at one of the spectacular stargazing parties taking place across the country, and looks ahead at the treats the night sky has in store over the year.

The illegal wildlife trade is a $20 billion dollar industry, exceeded only by the illegal trades in drugs, weapons, and people. The money stimulates violence, corruption and a ...

The illegal wildlife trade is a $20 billion dollar industry, exceeded only by the illegal trades in drugs, weapons, and people. The money stimulates violence, corruption and a sophisticated and dangerous international network of criminals. Two of the world's most iconic species are at the centre of this nightmare. With an average of 82 elephants and four rhino poached every day, there's now a real threat that these animals could become extinct in the wild. Hugh travels to Mozambique's worst affected area, Niassa National Reserve, to find out why they've lost almost two thirds of their elephants in only three years. He joins conservationists, rangers and villagers as he patrols from the air and on the ground to discover the grim reality of the situation.

Today, tsunamis kill thousands and wipe out everything in their path. Earthquakes destroy entire cities and towns and hurricanes tear across the landscape, leaving hundreds ...

Today, tsunamis kill thousands and wipe out everything in their path. Earthquakes destroy entire cities and towns and hurricanes tear across the landscape, leaving hundreds dead and thousands more displaced. Are such disasters capable of wiping out all traces of human existence - including art, architecture, and technology? Evidence suggests that it is not only possible but that it has happened over and over again. In recent years, scientists have found evidence of ancient and once thriving cultures thousands of years older than any believed possible. But what happened to them? How did they disappear? And could it all happen again? Is it possible that a cataclysmic event, such as a meteor, tsunami, or volcano, wiped out societies thousands of years ago? Could wars or epidemics have destroyed evidence of early cultures? Or did climate change cause millions of ancient people to disappear? Could we survive a similar event? Or is it possible that our present day civilisation could be washed away, leaving behind little to no evidence it existed?

The Asian tsunami of 2004 took thousands upon thousands of lives. It was a natural disaster of epic proportions. Like all tsunamis, it came with little warning. Most of us ...

The Asian tsunami of 2004 took thousands upon thousands of lives. It was a natural disaster of epic proportions. Like all tsunamis, it came with little warning. Most of us believe that a tsunami on this scale couldn't hit Europe - are we wrong? In 1607 Britain experienced one of its greatest natural disasters. An enormous flood engulfed Somerset and Monmouthshire, taking a huge number of lives and reducing thousands more to poverty. Traditionally scientists had regarded this forgotten tragedy as a freak storm surge. But in a 2003 Timewatch Professor Simon Haslett and Professor Ted Bryant challenged this view - gathering evidence to suggest that 1607 was in fact a British Tsunami. But the story doesn't end there: inspired by what they had discovered about 1607, Simon and Ted decided to delve deeper into the archives. They believe they have emerged with evidence for at least four more British Tsunami. Simon and Ted's work remains highly controversial. After the Tsunami of 2004 the British government commissioned a report which concluded that risk of tsunami in Britain is small. To weigh up the evidence, historical cartographer Vanessa Collingridge will be joining Simon and Ted on their journey. Vanessa's quest is to find out for herself whether she believes Simon and Ted are right - and to discover if the risk of Tsunami to Europe is bigger than most of us think. Timewatch will join Simon, Ted and Vanessa as they gather evidence for possible tsunami from 1014 to 1929. While she does this, with the help of Natural Hazard's expert Prof Bill McGuire, Vanessa will also explore how and why tsunami are created - and why they can be such an extraordinarily destructive force.

In the most ambitious series to date, Brian Cox and Dara O'Briain are back at Jodrell Bank Observatory, in the first of three live shows with the latest news and the best ...

In the most ambitious series to date, Brian Cox and Dara O'Briain are back at Jodrell Bank Observatory, in the first of three live shows with the latest news and the best views of the night sky. This time the team have taken on an astonishing challenge - to capture one of the top highlights of the solar system - the mysterious and elusive northern lights. But will the lights reveal themselves? Liz Bonnin reports live from within the Arctic Circle, joining aurora researchers in northern Norway, who will help her unravel the secrets of this eerie spectacle. Brian and Dara have the very latest weather reports from around the solar system. They welcome celebrated NASA scientist Dr Carolyn Porco, who shares some of the most jaw-dropping pictures of the solar system ever beamed back to Earth: Saturn's gigantic storms and baffling hexagonal clouds taken by the Cassini probe. Dara witnesses the launch of a new NASA mission to Mars, while resident stargazer Mark Thompson chases clear skies to show the best of what there is to see above the UK. And if the January weather is not for you, you can help the team search for undiscovered galaxies from the comfort of your own living room.

In June 1783, on the Volcanic island of Iceland, a 17-milewide split appeared in the ground, triggering a disaster of gigantic proportions. Within one week more lava would ...

In June 1783, on the Volcanic island of Iceland, a 17-milewide split appeared in the ground, triggering a disaster of gigantic proportions. Within one week more lava would pour onto the earths surface than from any other eruption in recorded history, instantly smothering all life in its path. The real problem however, was the deadly cloud of volcanic gases that had begun to accumulate; over eight months, more that 122 million tons of sulphur dioxide would spew out of the massive fissure, bringing death to hundreds of thousands of people across Europe. The Killer cloud wiped out more than a quarter of Iceland's population and three quarters of it's life stock, before it drifted across the North Atlantic to Britain, bringing prolonged devastation and suffering. Europe was smothered by a sulphurous, dry smog and in England, an uncommon gloom descended. The bizarre blue fog hovered for weeks. Crops withered, leaves were bleached and vegetation died. Millions of people were struck down with severe and often fatal bronchitis and asthma, while others suffered blinding headaches and partial loss of sight. The fallout was catastrophic and long lasting. Water and food supplies became contaminated. The toxic gases altered weather patterns, causing massive crop failure and the greatest famine in Iceland's history. Across Europe, death rates soared. That summer was the hottest ever recorded, whilst the following winter was the coldest. No other eruption before or since has caused such dramatic climate changes. The testimonies of those that lived and died during this massive natural disaster survives, in the form of diaries, letters and eye witness accounts., that offer us a unique insite into its effects on contemporary life.

This documentary looks at the lives of the endangered red-crowned cranes at two nature reserves in China, plus the difficulties the cranes face as they grow up, and the crisis ...

This documentary looks at the lives of the endangered red-crowned cranes at two nature reserves in China, plus the difficulties the cranes face as they grow up, and the crisis facing the species.

In Too Deep
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In Too Deep: Borneo

Episode 2  |  Animal Planet  |  May 25, 2018
Jamie finds himself in the Bornean swamp forest of the Kinabatangan to discover how animals survive, find food and avoid sinking in a flooded environment.

Jamie finds himself in the Bornean swamp forest of the Kinabatangan to discover how animals survive, find food and avoid sinking in a flooded environment.

In Too Deep
22:09

In Too Deep: Florida

Season 1  |  Episode 8  |  Animal Planet  |  June 4, 2018
Jamie heads to the everglades in Florida, one of the harshest environments on earth, to find out what adaptations enable animals to make this swamp land their home.

Jamie heads to the everglades in Florida, one of the harshest environments on earth, to find out what adaptations enable animals to make this swamp land their home.

Wildest Latin America
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Wildest Latin America: Amazon

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  SBS  |  February 6, 2013
Trek across the mountainous peaks and volcanic slopes of the Andes; explore the windswept plains of the Patagonian wilderness; journey into the teeming forests of the Amazon, ...

Trek across the mountainous peaks and volcanic slopes of the Andes; explore the windswept plains of the Patagonian wilderness; journey into the teeming forests of the Amazon, and wade through the giant swamps of Venezuela, as this beautiful five-part series celebrates Latin America's most iconic and dramatic locations.

Sir David Attenborough discovers the curiosities that have led to accusations of forgery but have ultimately helped us rethink evolution. The platypus and the midwife toad are ...

Sir David Attenborough discovers the curiosities that have led to accusations of forgery but have ultimately helped us rethink evolution. The platypus and the midwife toad are the two most famous bizarre creatures thought to be a hoax.

In Too Deep
22:02

In Too Deep: Peru

Episode 4  |  Animal Planet  |  May 29, 2018
Jamie heads to the Amazon in Peru to see how animals survive in this harsh and testing environment.

Jamie heads to the Amazon in Peru to see how animals survive in this harsh and testing environment.

In Too Deep
22:17

In Too Deep: Scotland

Season 1  |  Episode 12  |  Animal Planet  |  June 8, 2018
Jamie travels to Scotland to see how animals survive in the barren landscape of the highlands.

Jamie travels to Scotland to see how animals survive in the barren landscape of the highlands.

Discover everything you need to know about Earth, from how it was made, how old it is and what you can find on this planet plus much more in this curated collection to share with your class.
Help turn your school and community into waste-wise wonderlands. Share and watch this collection that features the five Rs, a solar-powered drip irrigation system, recycling robots and much more.
Celebrate and showcase how young Australians can take positive everyday action for a sustainable Australia. Use this collection to create awareness and start a discussion about enviroweek in your classroom.
Assist your students to investigate the properties of different habitats within their environment with the help of this curated collection.
Warnings make weather seem predictable, but the effects of cyclones, typhoons and hurricanes can be unexpected and devastating. See how scientists study storms and people survive them.
Life is full of opportunities to learn new things, no matter what your age. Explore these videos as part of Community Colleges Australia's lifelong learning programs and enrich your knowledge of the world.
Explore the world of volcanoes and how molten rock and plate tectonics shape and reshape Earth. Share the knowledge of these powerful geological forces with this collection of clips and documentaries.
Teach your students all about digging, planting and harvesting, vegetables, flowers, herbs. Then find out all about what lives in the garden, featuring episodes of Create, Dirtgirlworld and more.
It's no surprise that sharks are feared, but scientists will say these apex predators are also misunderstood. Help your students come to understand them better and get to know the different types in our oceans.
Of course we have cat videos. August 8 is International Cat Day so introduce our feline friends to your classroom with our collection of domestic and big cat videos for primary students.
Asteroids, sometimes called minor planets, are rocky remnants left over from the early formation of our solar system about 4.6 billion years ago. Find out how they reshaped the Earth here. (ACSSU115, ACSSU153, ACSSU180, ACSSU188)
Australia is home to more than one million species, many of which are found nowhere else in the world. Discover all about them in this playlist.
Living things have basic needs, including food and water and are important to us. Discover how to care for all types of living things in this curated playlist. (ACSSU002,ACSSU017,ACSSU211,VCSSU042)
Capture students’ interest and find out what they think they know about how living things, such as small animals. Make their playground experience more meaningful with this curated playlist. (ACSSU017,ACSSU211,VCSSU042,VCSSU043,VCSSU057)
Living things live in all different types of habitats. In this playlist, you'll learn what a habitat is and the different types of habitats there are, along with which animals reside in each of the habitats. (ACSSU044,ACSSU072,ACSSU073,ACSSU043,ACSSU094,VCSSU042,VCSSU043,VCSSU057)
Natural Disasters aren't fun to have around. Find out the science behind these geological and meteorological events and gain insights on what to do in tough situations through this selected playlist.
Natural Disasters aren't fun to have around. Find out the science behind these events as well as gain insights on what to do in tough situations through this selected playlist. (ACSSU096,VCSSU079,VCGGK095)
Australia is addressing climate change and ensuring energy security and affordability. Find out more about the effects of climate change and how it is impacting your life. ((ACHGK020,VCGGK110,VCGGK147)
Climate change is rapidly effecting our environment and our lives. Discover what is happening and how everyone can take part in making a difference. (ACHGK020,VCGGK096)
Environmentalists are full of ideas about how we can make changes in our everyday lives and reduce the impact on our environment. These videos show us how.
Over the past 200 years many species of plants and animals have become extinct. Find out all about management and conservation measures are taken to save others from a similar fate.
Bees are actually really important and do more than just buzzing around. This week let's celebrate World Bee Day to help raise awareness on why bees are important for our ecosystem. (ACSSU073)
From making backyards safe for koala visitors to learning the life cycle of the echidna, introduce your class to the wonderful world of some of Australia's most unique wildlife.
Space inspires our greatest scientific and creative minds. Take to the stars with NASA, or hop aboard Millennium Falcon in the best of space fact and fiction. (ACSSU188,ACSSU189,VCSSU127,VCSSU128,VCSSU129)
Dive into the Great Barrier Reef with Attenborough, explore Kakadu's Mountford rock art, peek inside the micro-worlds of the Galapagos, and be awed by the Great Wall of China when exploring the world's heritage sites.
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