Kellyn Morris meets boys and girls who play Oztag flag football to learn what they like about the sport and what skills you need to be good at it.
An open forum on bullying in Australia. Individuals discuss their personal bullying experiences and possible ways to deal with t
Details the active volcanoes in Vanuatu and analyses the potential threat to Australia if they erupt.
This clip shows further examples of solving addition problems.
To reduce the damaging affect of friction on car engines you need lubricants. Mechanic Greg Winters explains what they are and h
The life and work of Australian writer Henry Lawson is introduced with readings of his poetry.
Abseiling into the world's most dangerous volcano, Mount Marum.
Sam is a child convict, arrested in London for stealing a jacket. He's been sent to an isolated farm on the edge of the bush.
Stephen Hawking challenged idea information never disappears, arguing the future couldn't be predicted nor the past known.
Dr Alice Roberts from the BBC gives us the basics on the intestines, how big they are and what happens when we don't have a heal
This BtN clip examines the costs of floods for individuals affected by this type of natural disaster.
Sam is a child convict sent to an isolated farm on the edge of the bush. He is given a list of jobs to do by the owner.
Convict boy, Sam works out ways to complete most of his tasks but is still finding the goat, Katie difficult.
From Tony Robinson Explores Australia EUREKA
29 unnamed Indigenous Australians were killed by European Settlers on 10 June 1838
As Asian countries take more of a leadership role Australians are encouraged to learn their languages, BTN reports.
The Outback is home to Australia's unique dinosaur discoveries, including theropod Banjo and sauropod Matilda.
For some animals, the ability to change form or shape is part of a metamorphosis that occurs during its life cycle.
Sami Shah has been in Australia for less than a year, but he's already made a name for himself on the stand up comedy circuit.
The relationship between Indonesia and Australia is incredibly important. But how much do we really know about on
The Great Barrier Reef has been at the centre of a big fight recently. Some people want to dump dredge spoil on parts of it, to
Andrew Cordery from Gymnastics South Australia reveals the science of the floor, bars, beam, vault and rings!
REFUGEE ADVOCATES CALL GOVERNMENT TO HEAR CLAIMS OF ASYLUM SEEKERS AFTER WEEKS AT SEA
Tamil asylum seekers kept at sea for ne
Yr 5 History - The Australian colonies ACHHK095
1954 Ballarat Victoria, unrest in the Gold Fields leads to a battle between mi
Follow some of Australia's top Irish dancers as they prepare to compete at the Australian Nation Championships.
This clip takes us through some easy steps to make a rain guage and children tell us what they like about rainy days.
This clip looks at the need to store and use rainwater.
This short clip shows some animal behaviour in wet weather.
Harrison talks to famous storm chaser George Kourounis about tornados.
A look at an experiment by one young Indigenous girl that aimed to promote acceptance in the community through free hugs.
Dr Chris and Dr Xand look at a very common condition experienced by soldiers - trench foot.
This clip teaches viewers an Indigenous hip hop routine
Francois Pienaar gets Springboks on board with Nelson Mandela's plan to unify South Africa at the Rugby World Cup.
A review of the latest report on the Closing the Gap initiative.
Meet some rhino ambassadors raising awareness
This clip details the lifecycle of a silkworm.
Nicholas II appeases revolutionaries with a Duma before reverting to autocracy.
Dr Chris and Dr Xand conduct an experiment to demonstrate how our nervous system works
Find out the science behind how honeycomb is created.
Children's Laureate Michael Rosen reads The Night Pirates by Peter Harris and illustrated by Deborah Allright
Back on Earth, Watney lectures astronauts in training on the importance of having the right attitude for surviving a disaster in
NASA has announced the exact requirements needed to become an astronaut. Here is a step-by-step guide to what it takes to work in outer space.
A short clip that shows the awesome power of sink holes. A man made salt mine collapses in 2012 creating a sink hole that sucked
Act 1, scene 1: Duke Orsino professes his love for Countess Olivia.
This short clip examines how the circulatory system is responsible for carrying antibodies and other defence mechanisms around the body.
An A&E doctor tests his own alcohol intake and finds out that drinking responsibly is harder than it seems.
Collect and re-use materials to create an intergalactic space being.
This BBC short clip takes us to Florida, the sink hole capital of the world, to find out how sink holes form. Travelling undergr
This clip highlights what happens to the milk once the cows are milked and then the process of collection from the farm.
Explains when it was invented, what a computer is, and the history of its invention.
Story about how play in natural spaces can have a positive effect on children's wellbeing and academic performance.
ACHHK114 Fifty years ago, 29 university students left Sydney to tour rural New South Wales. The trip was led by the university
In the 1830s, ex-convict John Foley drove cattle from more fertile lands to Adelaide to save starving colony.
In 1834, Sarah Island prisoner James Porter commandeered The Frederick and escaped to Chile with a crew of convicts.
At dawn on 25 April 1915, four mates land with the ANZAC troops at Gallipoli and find themselves in a chaotic and heroic battle
A look at the illegal abalone trade and measures being take to prevent it.
This clip visits the flour mill and shows how wheat is milled into flour. The clip then shows the packing process for delivery t
This clip introduces the wheat crop and shows the crop being planted and looked after by the farmer until it is finally harveste
INTERVIEW: JOSEF JANNING
Emma Alberici speaks with Josef Janning, a senior policy fellow at the European Council on Foreign R
Ahead of the 2015 Budget BTN has a look at the economy and the challenges it is facing.
Investigates the hidden sugar in our food. Big food companies are spending millions of dollars searching for the "bliss point" i
Comedy sketch team, Bob Hale and Rattus Rattus, guide us through the horrible history of 1914-18. This clip highlights 1915.
This clip looks at the origins of tap dancing and how it's done.
The Scope team shows us some research into the bacteria in milk.
Marlin learns to trust Nemo's courage when his son rushes to rescue Dory and a school of fish caught in a net.
Teaching resources for the Australian Curriculum
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