This clip highlights the way a family generally celebrate and welcome their new baby into the family and community.
See how families from Vietnamese cultures celebrate the birthday of a baby, acknowledging ancestors and predicting the child's career path.
This clip discusses how people often celebrate the birth of a new baby in their family and can be used to look at the commemorat
This clip looks at the way in which families from Catholic religions celebrate the birth of a baby and a Christening.
This clip looks at the way in which families from Vietnamese cultures celebrate the birthday of a baby.
This clip looks at the way Catholic families celebrate the birth of a baby at a Christening with friends and family at a party.
Making ice isn't always as simple as filling a tray, especially when making loads of it. General manager of Adelaide Ice, Neil House, takes us on a tour of an ice factory and shows us the big freeze.
There is so much water in the ocean, if only we could drink it. Well, with help from Sean McCagh, operations manager at the Gold Coast Desalination Plant, we can! He shows us how to take water from the ocean and get out all of the salt and other nasties.
For such a common substance, water has some amazing properties! Dr Rob dives in to find out what you can do with, what you can do on, and what you can do in water.
The origin and then modern significance of Charles Darwin's theory of natural selection is discussed.
The Murray is Australia's largest river system, but sadly it has seen better days. Justin Brookes, a biologist from the University of Adelaide, shows us what he is researching and how he is helping to save the Murray River.
This BtN clip examines how huge rainfalls created flooding and havoc across parts of the Northern Territory and Queensland in 20
Behind The News explains what a monsoon is and how flooding that followed heavy rain in 2010 affected the Northern Territory and Queensland.
This short BBC clip offers an excellent backgrounder to humanity's relationship with the moon.
World renowned climate scientist Michael Oppenheimer outlines the evidence for global warming.
Colour is everywhere, light from a light bulb or the sun might look white but it is actually made up of all different colours. Dr Rob looks at colours and how different colours are formed.
Have you ever stopped to wonder why flowers and fruits come in so many amazing colours Well Jason Goodger, a plant researcher from University of Melbourne, will take you through how and why fruits and flowers vary in so many colours.