Mister Maker takes his brilliant artistic talents on the road in the Makermobile to help mini-makers with arty challenges in their homes and schools.
Find out how to make eye-catching colourful pictures from rubbish, and learn how Andy Warhol did a type of recycling when he created some of his most famous works of art.
People often celebrate the birth of a new baby in their family. In this program a young boy talks about his excitement - and concerns - as he walks through a hospital to meet his new baby sister for the first time. Later we rejoin his family as they bring their newest addition home.
This program includes a wide range of vegetables, some familiar and some a little more unusual. We meet a family who grows all their own vegetables. We see them planting, weeding, and harvesting. We visit markets in different parts of the world and see people buying and selling vegetables.
While hunting for a kangaroo the Aboriginal boys were followed by a friendly emu that had just walked through a smelly prickle bush.
One fresh misty morning a young Aboriginal boy went running through the bush. He kicked his big toe on a rock. Hopping around on one foot, he put his throbbing toe into the river.
This program shows how milk gets from the cow to the table. To produce milk cows need lush green grass and a calf, as they produce milk as food for their calves. While the calves are drinking their mother's milk the cow continues to produce milk. Dairy farmers take the calves away but milk the cows so the cows bodies thinks they are still feeding their calves, but they are really producing milk for the farmer to sell.
A young girl finds herself in an ambulance going to a hospital after falling from a tree-house. Her favourite toy goes with her as she has an X-ray and then spends the night in the children's ward.
A rice farmer and his children show how they grow rice, from land preparation, irrigation, sowing seeds to harvesting the crop.
The main emphasis in this program is telling time looking at minutes past the hour. Analogue and digital times are compared and we look at time lines, different time zones and real world uses of time such as timetables.
This program explores the reasons why we have tall buildings and some of the problems architects need to solve when designing structures that go up instead of out.
This program follows the morning routine of a young boy, and looks at how his body works as a system. He uses his muscles and bones to get out of bed, and as he yawns, the program explains how his lungs, blood and heart work. As he eats his breakfast the program looks at his digestive system and introduces his brain as the control centre of the body to make all these things happen.
In a school playground, children eat and talk about apples and various apple products. Why do apple trees grow apples? It all starts with the honey bee.
How do fish get from the sea to our table? Watch a commercial fishing vessel at work and visit the fish markets. Follow particular fish species from the markets to the shops and finally to the table. Discover the different ways to eat fish in our multicultural society.