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Tap dancing's origins
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Tap dancing's origins

Clip from Totally Wild
This clip looks at the origins of tap dancing and how it's done.

This clip looks at the origins of tap dancing and how it's done.

'Carpe diem' speech on first day of school
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'Carpe diem' speech on first day of school

Clip from Dead Poets Society
John Keating reveals a very different teaching style in the boys' first English class for the semester, where he encourages his students to "seize the day". This clip captures ...

John Keating reveals a very different teaching style in the boys' first English class for the semester, where he encourages his students to "seize the day". This clip captures a memorable scene from the movie that could be used as a conversation starter about pursuing life’s opportunities.

Caring for orphaned koalas
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Caring for orphaned koalas

Clip from Totally Wild
Kellyn Morris learns how koala carers rehabilitate orphaned wildlife and learns what to do when you stumble upon an animal in need of help.

Kellyn Morris learns how koala carers rehabilitate orphaned wildlife and learns what to do when you stumble upon an animal in need of help.

Raising camels
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Raising camels

Clip from Totally Wild
Visit a camel farm and find out more about these fascinating animals.

Visit a camel farm and find out more about these fascinating animals.

Beginner's guide to mountain biking
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Beginner's guide to mountain biking

Clip from Totally Wild
Escapegoat's Ian Fehler teaches Leela Varghese how to ride a mountain bike over a course, with tips on shifting weight to maintain balance, lifting wheels over obstacles and ...

Escapegoat's Ian Fehler teaches Leela Varghese how to ride a mountain bike over a course, with tips on shifting weight to maintain balance, lifting wheels over obstacles and safely cornering.

An underground adventure
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An underground adventure

Clip from Totally Wild
Head underground to learn about the features of caves and how the spectacular formations are created by nature.

Head underground to learn about the features of caves and how the spectacular formations are created by nature.

Rhino Ambassadors
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Rhino Ambassadors

Clip from Totally Wild
Meet some rhino ambassadors raising awareness

Meet some rhino ambassadors raising awareness

Rehabilitating a rare white flying fox
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Rehabilitating a rare white flying fox

Clip from Totally Wild
Australian Bat Clinic's Trish Wimberley introduces Kellyn Morris to a rare white flying fox, which is leuscitic rather than albino, with semi-transparent skin revealing the ...

Australian Bat Clinic's Trish Wimberley introduces Kellyn Morris to a rare white flying fox, which is leuscitic rather than albino, with semi-transparent skin revealing the animal's bones and veins.

Designing theatre costumes
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Designing theatre costumes

Clip from Totally Wild
Costume designer Belinda Zanello demonstrates how she designs and makes outfits for actors and shares some tips for getting into the industry.

Costume designer Belinda Zanello demonstrates how she designs and makes outfits for actors and shares some tips for getting into the industry.

Learning how to protect sea grass
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Learning how to protect sea grass

Clip from Totally Wild
Discover a novel approach to teaching students about protecting sea grasses that support our marine life

Discover a novel approach to teaching students about protecting sea grasses that support our marine life

3D metal printing components
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3D metal printing components

Clip from Scope
Martin Jurg demonstrates the use of the world's largest 3D metal printer to make both large and small components, melting powdered metal with lasers to create a solid objects.

Martin Jurg demonstrates the use of the world's largest 3D metal printer to make both large and small components, melting powdered metal with lasers to create a solid objects.

Rooftop gardens reduce stormwater runoff
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Rooftop gardens reduce stormwater runoff

Clip from Scope
The University of Melbourne's Claire Farrell reveals the kind of plants that are perfect to green roof gardens, helping reduce stormwater runoff in urban environments.

The University of Melbourne's Claire Farrell reveals the kind of plants that are perfect to green roof gardens, helping reduce stormwater runoff in urban environments.

Artificial intelligence 'smart vision' drone
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Artificial intelligence 'smart vision' drone

Clip from Scope
Griffith University's Jun Jo reveals how a smart vision drone uses artificial intelligence to recognise people using feature detection, and follow them around.

Griffith University's Jun Jo reveals how a smart vision drone uses artificial intelligence to recognise people using feature detection, and follow them around.

DIY model of the human arm
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DIY model of the human arm

Clip from Scope
Junior scientists Shiva and Alex demonstrate how to make a model of a human arm using cardboard tubes, paper clips, rubber bands and balloons, and describe the functions of ...

Junior scientists Shiva and Alex demonstrate how to make a model of a human arm using cardboard tubes, paper clips, rubber bands and balloons, and describe the functions of skeletal muscles and bones.

DIY depth perception skills test
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DIY depth perception skills test

Clip from Scope
Junior scientists Jasmine and Holly explain how having two eyes helps with depth perception, and demonstrate an experiment a test to see if covering one eye makes any ...

Junior scientists Jasmine and Holly explain how having two eyes helps with depth perception, and demonstrate an experiment a test to see if covering one eye makes any difference to a person's ability to direct a friend to drop a marble into a cup.

Kids teaching kids
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Kids teaching kids

Clip from Totally Wild
A look at an innovative program that has young students learning from their peers

A look at an innovative program that has young students learning from their peers

Adventure caving
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Adventure caving

Clip from Totally Wild
Take a brief trip deep underground through some very small spaces on an caving adventure.

Take a brief trip deep underground through some very small spaces on an caving adventure.

Learning to play water polo
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Learning to play water polo

Clip from Totally Wild
Dive in and find out the basics of playing water polo with some Australian champions.

Dive in and find out the basics of playing water polo with some Australian champions.

A rising country music star
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A rising country music star

Clip from Totally Wild
Meet a young girl who is on the way to becoming a country music star. Find out what inspires her music.

Meet a young girl who is on the way to becoming a country music star. Find out what inspires her music.

Learning the art of hula hooping
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Learning the art of hula hooping

Clip from Totally Wild
Join two hula hoop performers and find out how it's done.

Join two hula hoop performers and find out how it's done.

Visiting a Maori marae and hot springs
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Visiting a Maori marae and hot springs

Clip from Totally Wild
Kellyn Morris visits a marae in New Zealand/Aotearoa, where she learns traditional Maori greetings and cooking methods, and see the hot springs and geysers.

Kellyn Morris visits a marae in New Zealand/Aotearoa, where she learns traditional Maori greetings and cooking methods, and see the hot springs and geysers.

Launching rockets as a hobby
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Launching rockets as a hobby

Clip from Totally Wild
The Queensland Rocketry Society's Ari Piirainen demonstrates how hobbyists build and launch rockets, explaining how to get started with a kit, what the different motor sizes ...

The Queensland Rocketry Society's Ari Piirainen demonstrates how hobbyists build and launch rockets, explaining how to get started with a kit, what the different motor sizes are, and how launches are conducted safely.

Testing soil to identify fertile land
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Testing soil to identify fertile land

Clip from Scope
CSIRO's Seonaid Philip explains how her team examined soil in northern Australia to identify potential farmland suitable for growing plants, including testing for carbon, ...

CSIRO's Seonaid Philip explains how her team examined soil in northern Australia to identify potential farmland suitable for growing plants, including testing for carbon, nitrogen and erodibility.

Why coral and fish love shipwrecks
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Why coral and fish love shipwrecks

Clip from Totally Wild
Sunset Safaris' Greg Aldor explains how shipwrecks provide a stable base for coral to grow and for fish to inhabit, and takes Jesse Baird snorkelling to explore the environment.

Sunset Safaris' Greg Aldor explains how shipwrecks provide a stable base for coral to grow and for fish to inhabit, and takes Jesse Baird snorkelling to explore the environment.

Segwaying through the bush
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Segwaying through the bush

Clip from Totally Wild
Duane Strauss takes bushwalking to a new level, riding a Segway through Lamington National Park.

Duane Strauss takes bushwalking to a new level, riding a Segway through Lamington National Park.

Animals with horns and antlers
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Animals with horns and antlers

Clip from Totally Wild
Natalie Hunter learns about the horns and antlers some animals have, the different species that have them, what they're made of and what they're used for.

Natalie Hunter learns about the horns and antlers some animals have, the different species that have them, what they're made of and what they're used for.

Global warming and saving coral
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Global warming and saving coral

Clip from Catalyst
Ruth Gates and Emma Johnstone discuss mitigating the ongoing effects of global warming, safeguarding the future of coral reefs around the world and the ethics of assisted ...

Ruth Gates and Emma Johnstone discuss mitigating the ongoing effects of global warming, safeguarding the future of coral reefs around the world and the ethics of assisted evolution.

DIY anemometer
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DIY anemometer

Clip from Scope
Junior scientist Braeden shows us how to build an anemometer and begin collecting data about the speed and behaviour of wind moving around your house or school. Did you know ...

Junior scientist Braeden shows us how to build an anemometer and begin collecting data about the speed and behaviour of wind moving around your house or school. Did you know anemometer design has stayed relatively the same since its development in the 15th century? To build this weather instrument yourself, you will need four small paper cups, cardboard, scissors, a ruler, a stapler, a thump tack, some modelling clay, a permanent marker and a pencil with an eraser.

DIY animal vocalisation identification
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DIY animal vocalisation identification

Clip from Scope
Junior scientist India teaches us about different Australian animal noises. From territorial koalas and chatty dingo packs to the lyrebird's perfect echoes, India demonstrates ...

Junior scientist India teaches us about different Australian animal noises. From territorial koalas and chatty dingo packs to the lyrebird's perfect echoes, India demonstrates how to identify each sound and what they're likely to mean.

DIY super taster test
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DIY super taster test

Clip from Scope
Junior scientists Josephine and Philippa demonstrate how to test your friends' fungiform papillae concentration and determine who amongst them is a super taster. Fungiform ...

Junior scientists Josephine and Philippa demonstrate how to test your friends' fungiform papillae concentration and determine who amongst them is a super taster. Fungiform papillae are mushroom-like bumps capped with tastebuds on the tip and sides of our tongues and help distinguish the five tastes: sweet, sour, salty, bitter and umami (savoury). To start testing, you'll need blue food dye, a cotton tip, a bowl, a card with a 7mm hole punched out and a pad for recording results.

DIY colour wheel
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DIY colour wheel

Clip from Scope
Join junior scientist Elizabeth as she demonstrates how to make a colour-mixing wheel. To make your own spinning colour illusion, collect some cardboard, scissors, glue, ...

Join junior scientist Elizabeth as she demonstrates how to make a colour-mixing wheel. To make your own spinning colour illusion, collect some cardboard, scissors, glue, string, red, blue and yellow markers and a pen or a computer.

DIY lava lamp
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DIY lava lamp

Clip from Scope
Junior scientist Hayley demonstrates how to make a lava lamp using a clear drinking glass, vegetable oil, salt, water and some food colouring. Because salt is denser than both ...

Junior scientist Hayley demonstrates how to make a lava lamp using a clear drinking glass, vegetable oil, salt, water and some food colouring. Because salt is denser than both the oil and water, dropping it into the cup makes the floating oil wrapped around the particles as they make their way to the bottom of the glass. Once at the bottom the salt begins to dissolve, allowing the oil to move back to the top of the water, creating a fun lava-like reaction.

DIY growing lollies using osmosis
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DIY growing lollies using osmosis

Clip from Scope
Junior scientist Lilli demonstrates how to grow your gummy lollies using osmosis. To do this experiment at home, you'll need some gummy lollies, three bowls, water, sugar, a ...

Junior scientist Lilli demonstrates how to grow your gummy lollies using osmosis. To do this experiment at home, you'll need some gummy lollies, three bowls, water, sugar, a pen, a rule and some paper for recording your results. Did you know that osmosis is the movement of solvent molecules through a semi-permeable membrane? In this case, osmosis is occurring when the water moves into the body of our gummy lollies.

DIY periscope
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DIY periscope

Clip from Scope
Scope's resident scientist, Julia, teaches us about the periscope, how it works and how to make one from readily available materials. To build this stealth observation device, ...

Scope's resident scientist, Julia, teaches us about the periscope, how it works and how to make one from readily available materials. To build this stealth observation device, you'll need two milk cartons, two small mirrors, a marker, a rule, sticky tape and scissors.

DIY hermit crab habitat
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DIY hermit crab habitat

Clip from Scope
Junior scientist Will demonstrates how to create a homely habitat for your decapod friends. You will need crushed shells, a clean branch, salt crystals, two dishes, a heat ...

Junior scientist Will demonstrates how to create a homely habitat for your decapod friends. You will need crushed shells, a clean branch, salt crystals, two dishes, a heat pad, a thermometer, an aquarium with a lid and extra shells for the future. Hermit crabs have soft, asymmetrical abdomens that they conceal in scavenged shells, upgrading as they grow. Hermit crabs are also known to use plastic lids or other debris in lieu of mollusc shells, due to increased coastal litter.

DIY ice-cream with science
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DIY ice-cream with science

Clip from Scope
Junior scientists Lucy and Brittany use some cool science to make a delicious snack in no time. To follow along, you'll need milk, vanilla extract, sugar, small and large zip ...

Junior scientists Lucy and Brittany use some cool science to make a delicious snack in no time. To follow along, you'll need milk, vanilla extract, sugar, small and large zip lock bags, rock salt and four cups of ice. Mixing salt and ice creates a frigorific mixture that causes the ice to melt and cool again because of saltwater's lower freezing point. This process of repeated cooling continues until the mixture finds temperature equilibrium, or until the ice-cream is ready!

DIY tarnished silver test
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DIY tarnished silver test

Clip from Scope
Tarnishing occurs the outermost layer of a metal comes into contact with oxygen and sulphur dioxide, undergoing a chemical reaction and lightly corroding. Usually found on old ...

Tarnishing occurs the outermost layer of a metal comes into contact with oxygen and sulphur dioxide, undergoing a chemical reaction and lightly corroding. Usually found on old silverware, trinkets and statues, junior scientist Elizabeth tests whether you can speed up the tarnishing process using high-sulphide household ingredients. To follow along, you will need four silver items, eggs, garlic, onions, zip lock bags and a pen.

Charlie breaks into neighbour's bathroom
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Charlie breaks into neighbour's bathroom

Thomas chases after his autistic brother Charlie when the boy runs out of the family home in his underwear, around the neighbourhood, and into schoolmate Jackie's bathroom ...

Thomas chases after his autistic brother Charlie when the boy runs out of the family home in his underwear, around the neighbourhood, and into schoolmate Jackie's bathroom while she's in the shower. (Coarse language.)

Charlie and Thomas perform together
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Charlie and Thomas perform together

When Charlie and his friend Russell have a falling out, Thomas joins his autistic brother on stage to perform The Greatest Act in History together.

When Charlie and his friend Russell have a falling out, Thomas joins his autistic brother on stage to perform The Greatest Act in History together.

Lego builds life-size model X-Wing Starfighter
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Lego builds life-size model X-Wing Starfighter

Czech Republic production manager Jaromir Noval explains how computers were used to design a life-size Lego model of an X-Wing Starfighter - based on the Lego set 9493 itself. ...

Czech Republic production manager Jaromir Noval explains how computers were used to design a life-size Lego model of an X-Wing Starfighter - based on the Lego set 9493 itself. And US project manager Dale Chasses reveals it took 17,000 hours to build the 14m-long 20-tonne Star Wars fighter, captured here in a time-lapse video.

World War I in 1915
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World War I in 1915

Clip from Horrible Histories
Comedy sketch team, Bob Hale and Rattus Rattus, guide us through the horrible history of 1914-18. This clip highlights 1915.

Comedy sketch team, Bob Hale and Rattus Rattus, guide us through the horrible history of 1914-18. This clip highlights 1915.

The way we move makes us unique
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The way we move makes us unique

Clip from For the Juniors
This clip looks at how we move differently and what makes us different.

This clip looks at how we move differently and what makes us different.

Floods and flood forecasting
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Floods and flood forecasting

Clip from Scope
Rain is usually a welcome sight in Australia, but in some cases, it can cause a natural disaster. Jeff Perkins explains what happens when it rains way too much.

Rain is usually a welcome sight in Australia, but in some cases, it can cause a natural disaster. Jeff Perkins explains what happens when it rains way too much.

Bertie's brother back from war
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Bertie's brother back from war

Clip from My Place
This clip shows the moment when Bertie's brother Eddie returns from war and the announcement that the war is over.

This clip shows the moment when Bertie's brother Eddie returns from war and the announcement that the war is over.

Hawking paradox challenges future and past
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Hawking paradox challenges future and past

Stephen Hawking challenged idea information never disappears, arguing the future couldn't be predicted nor the past known.

Stephen Hawking challenged idea information never disappears, arguing the future couldn't be predicted nor the past known.

Circulatory system, immunity and defence
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Circulatory system, immunity and defence

This short clip examines how the circulatory system is responsible for carrying antibodies and other defence mechanisms around the body.

This short clip examines how the circulatory system is responsible for carrying antibodies and other defence mechanisms around the body.

The moon, humanity's first giant leap
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The moon, humanity's first giant leap

Clip from Moon For Sale
This BBC clip introduces students to the first manned missions to the moon and why it was such an epic and revolutionary achieve

This BBC clip introduces students to the first manned missions to the moon and why it was such an epic and revolutionary achieve

Trench foot in World War I
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Trench foot in World War I

Dr Chris and Dr Xand look at a very common condition experienced by soldiers - trench foot.

Dr Chris and Dr Xand look at a very common condition experienced by soldiers - trench foot.

Japanese history, economy and industry
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Japanese history, economy and industry

Chihiro's father makes reference to the "abandoned theme parks" built in the 1990s after they stumble into the new world. Hayao Miyazaki's films make continued reference to ...

Chihiro's father makes reference to the "abandoned theme parks" built in the 1990s after they stumble into the new world. Hayao Miyazaki's films make continued reference to the destruction of the environment through human interference and industry.

Redemption and family histories
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Redemption and family histories

Clip from Holes
"Kissin' Kate" tell Charles "Trout" Walker neither he nor his family will ever find the treasure. At camp, Hector and Stanley find the buried treasure. Warden Walker attempts ...

"Kissin' Kate" tell Charles "Trout" Walker neither he nor his family will ever find the treasure. At camp, Hector and Stanley find the buried treasure. Warden Walker attempts to take it from them, but Hector reads Stanley's name written across the case. Back at camp, Stanley refuses to leave without Hector and the Camp Green Lake staff are arrested. The palindrome of family histories interlock and the curse on the town is finally broken.

Making a picture out of rubbish
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Making a picture out of rubbish

Mister Maker makes a colourful picture from recycled rubbish and disused products such as tissue paper, wrapping paper, patty pans and straws.

Mister Maker makes a colourful picture from recycled rubbish and disused products such as tissue paper, wrapping paper, patty pans and straws.

Natural history, evolution and human impacts
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Natural history, evolution and human impacts

Clip from Ice Age
Diego suggests a shortcut. Locked in a cave, they pass fossils from the Palaeocene, Miocene and some of the earliest organisms, even some objects from science fiction. When ...

Diego suggests a shortcut. Locked in a cave, they pass fossils from the Palaeocene, Miocene and some of the earliest organisms, even some objects from science fiction. When Roshan slips down a tunnel, they are forced to follow. The scene resembles contemporary human activities, such as luging and theme parks. After they recover the child, Manny, Sid and Diego discover a cave full of paintings and learn a little more about how Manny lost his family to human hunters.

Actions, reactions and the great migration
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Actions, reactions and the great migration

Clip from Ice Age
As all the animals migrate south to avoid the colder weather, Manny the lonely Mammoth heads against the current. Sid the giant sloth, who slept through the start of the great ...

As all the animals migrate south to avoid the colder weather, Manny the lonely Mammoth heads against the current. Sid the giant sloth, who slept through the start of the great migration, gets himself in trouble with two shovel-nosed rhinos. In an attempt to escape the angry rhinos, Sid hides behind Manny, who becomes his unlikely hero. Meanwhile, a family of Neanderthals celebrate a new child as a pack of Sabre-toothed tigers watch on, plotting their revenge.

Family, friendship and loyalty
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Family, friendship and loyalty

Clip from Ice Age
Manny, Sid, Diego and baby Roshan set up camp for the night. Two members of Diego's pack visit him while the others sleep, sending a threat from their leader, Soto. Sid uses ...

Manny, Sid, Diego and baby Roshan set up camp for the night. Two members of Diego's pack visit him while the others sleep, sending a threat from their leader, Soto. Sid uses the baby to impress two female sloths but gets himself into the usual trouble. The four set out towards Glacier Pass, taking on different familial roles and finding humour in friendship.

Fitting in, trying new things and self-acceptance
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Fitting in, trying new things and self-acceptance

Hiccup is more brains than brawn, a smart, funny and savvy kid desperately looking to prove himself to his father, Stoick the Vast. While the villagers, who tower over Hiccup ...

Hiccup is more brains than brawn, a smart, funny and savvy kid desperately looking to prove himself to his father, Stoick the Vast. While the villagers, who tower over Hiccup in height and girth, battle the dragons destroying their crops, Hiccup is relegated to the blacksmithing workshop. Once alone, Hiccup takes his newly invented weapon outside and attempts to take down the most feared dragon of them all, a night fury. Things don't entirely go to plan, and his father admonishes him publicly.

Self-acceptance and learning to work together
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Self-acceptance and learning to work together

Astrid reminds Hiccup that his "differences" have led to his greatest achievements, reminding him to be brave and trust himself. The young recruits join forces to help Hiccup ...

Astrid reminds Hiccup that his "differences" have led to his greatest achievements, reminding him to be brave and trust himself. The young recruits join forces to help Hiccup to rescue Toothless. At the nest, Stoick the Vast realises he's been a fool. Together, Astrid, Snotlout, Ruffnut, Tuffnut, Fishlegs, Toothless and the other dragons work together to save everyone from a colossal red death dragon.

Self-discovery, heritage and respect
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Self-discovery, heritage and respect

Clip from Yolngu Boy
Returning to the water, Milika, Botj and Lorrpu find a campsite. Inside the camp they notice evidence of disrespectful occupants. Stealing the camp's boat, the boys work ...

Returning to the water, Milika, Botj and Lorrpu find a campsite. Inside the camp they notice evidence of disrespectful occupants. Stealing the camp's boat, the boys work together to catch their first turtle. After eating it, Lorrpu places pieces of shell and bones into the fire. Lorrpu explains it is in respect of the old people. As they walk across country Botj begins singing their song line. Together they embrace their journey and rediscover Yolngu knowledge.

Writing and identity
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Writing and identity

Alison suggests Erica has an original idea for a play. Erica gets to work writing a script inspired by the world around her. After realising she has stage fright, Erica is ...

Alison suggests Erica has an original idea for a play. Erica gets to work writing a script inspired by the world around her. After realising she has stage fright, Erica is forced to cast Alison as her stand-in character. Barry defends Erica to the others. That night, Erica sits outside wearing Alison's kimono and is shocked by a kiss from Barry, unclear whether he knew who it was.

Insecurity, inequity and school crushes
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Insecurity, inequity and school crushes

Charlie becomes over-stimulated at the supermarket when Simon has to put a few items back. Exhausted, Thomas and Simon escalate the situation. On the way home, Thomas asks his ...

Charlie becomes over-stimulated at the supermarket when Simon has to put a few items back. Exhausted, Thomas and Simon escalate the situation. On the way home, Thomas asks his father about some of his insecurities and feelings of inequity regarding Charlie. The three boys, Simon, Thomas and Charlie, visit Maddie in the hospital and, again, Thomas sees people staring at his brother. During swim class the next day, Thomas and Jackie share a secret kiss.

Jessie grieves loss of best friend Leslie
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Jessie grieves loss of best friend Leslie

Jessie goes to the museum with his music teacher and discovers paintings and artistic contraptions he's never seen. When he gets home, his family is in a panic about his ...

Jessie goes to the museum with his music teacher and discovers paintings and artistic contraptions he's never seen. When he gets home, his family is in a panic about his whereabouts and inform him that Leslie drowned in the river earlier that day. Jessie is in disbelief and his family attempt to support him. In class, Jessie stands up to a bully and finds Leslie meant a lot to others around her too.

Stanley breaks the family curse
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Stanley breaks the family curse

Clip from Holes
Hector "Zero" gets sick during their climb up God's Thumb's mountain. Stanley carries him to the peak, unwittingly breaking his family curse. Hector and Stanley find an oasis ...

Hector "Zero" gets sick during their climb up God's Thumb's mountain. Stanley carries him to the peak, unwittingly breaking his family curse. Hector and Stanley find an oasis full of sweet onions and fresh water. Hector tells Stanley about the shoes that fell from the sky, Stanley thinks it's fate. Back at camp, Stanley's attorney ruffles some feathers. Stanley and Hector decide to dig one last hole.

Joe tries to use money to solve problems
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Joe tries to use money to solve problems

Clip from Billionaire Boy
Bob returns the money Joe gave him to lose a race, asking for chocolate instead. Shop owner, Raj, almost exposes Joe. Joe is happy for his new friend but burdened by his lie. ...

Bob returns the money Joe gave him to lose a race, asking for chocolate instead. Shop owner, Raj, almost exposes Joe. Joe is happy for his new friend but burdened by his lie. Bob and Joe try to evade the Grubb bullies, but Joe is caught, deciding to cut a deal. In class, Joe realises he's left his homework at home, and Mrs Sharp threatens litter duty. Len decides to deliver the homework personally. Joe realises he doesn't want special treatment.

Ian Chappell on underarm bowling incident
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Ian Chappell on underarm bowling incident

Former Australia cricket captain Ian Chappell speaks about the controversial decision of brother Greg to instruct younger brother Trevor to bowl the last ball of a match ...

Former Australia cricket captain Ian Chappell speaks about the controversial decision of brother Greg to instruct younger brother Trevor to bowl the last ball of a match underarm, in an effort to prevent New Zealand winning a 1981 one-day international. Ian Chappell notes that Trevor was unfairly blamed for Greg's decision.

Captain Prince banishes Romeo
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Captain Prince banishes Romeo

Clip from Romeo + Juliet
Balthasar beckons Romeo away before the police arrive. Captain Prince hears of Tybalt's death at Romeo's hands from Benvolio. Both families seek to excuse their child's ...

Balthasar beckons Romeo away before the police arrive. Captain Prince hears of Tybalt's death at Romeo's hands from Benvolio. Both families seek to excuse their child's action, but Captain Prince will not hear any of their prayers and banishes Romeo from Verona city. Father Lawrence treats Romeo's injuries, as they discuss the situation. Nurse arrives to tell Romeo of Juliet's mood. Romeo bemoans his predicament, but Father Lawrence reminds Romeo of his blessings and implores him to reconcile.

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