After Aladdin and his father Cassim team up to recover the Hand of Midas, and then to escape Sa'luk together, Cassim realises Aladdin is the real treasure in his life.
John's wife learns John has paranoid schizophrenia and confronts her husband about his mental illness.
Carranballac College students take part in Melbourne's Frog Census to help check the health of the environment, recording frog calls and details of the weather, to send to Melbourne Water authorities.
Gail accuses Kay of rejecting her culture then explains to Dave that Kay was forcibly removed from the family.
Carl is at first saddened by the pictures in Ellie's adventure book, but seeing pictures that reminded him of their time together cheers him up.
Steven Fry explains - in perfect English - how there are similarities in all languages and they way we learn them is unique to humans.
Macquarie University's Anne Castles and Signy Wegener explain the importance of introducing new terms when speaking to children, revealing that their research demonstrates for the first time an "intimate relationship between [spoken] vocabulary and reading ability".
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.
BTN investigates the debate surrounding capital punishment and the death penalty.
Meet Lachlan who, at 14 years of age, runs his own business from his house selling t-shirts and hats. He talks through the process of learning how to run a business.
Waves have a lot of power, but how are they formed and can they be used to provide an alternate form of electricity?
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.
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.
How much electricity does the average school classroom use? One class in Alice Springs moved their classroom outdoors for a week to try to cut the amount of energy they use.
Finish school no longer teach handwriting. BTN takes a look at the development of cursive writing and whether it is still relevant to be taught in schools.
Bionic technology is focused on making peoples' lives better, and finding new ways to let people disabled people experience the world just like everyone else. Find out how much of the human body can now be replaced with bionic parts.
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.
Find out why the Last Post is played at ANZAC Day services and what it means.