Recycling is much more than just paper, plastic and glass. We'll find out what, why and how some of the more unusual things can be recycled. So join Dr Rob as he puts out the rubbish and SCOPES out all the science behind recycling.
Dr Chris and Dr Xand turn back the clock and look at what medicine was like in the First World War. They meet a Paralympian runner who swaps her blade for a Great War leather leg, look at the small creatures that infested the trenches and set up an experiment to demonstrate how soldiers' bodies coped with the pressures exerted by huge explosions.
This episode is an Anzac special where we commemorate the lives of those who have served and died in war and on operational service.
News and current affairs for students.
In this Jake and the Never Land Pirates themed episode young artists can make a pirate treasure chest, and watch a pirate and princess shadow play.
The Roy Files will give fans an exclusive insight into the life of Roy O'Brien - Ireland's only cartoon boy living in the real world as he makes a scrapbook of his life.
Friction is one of the most important forces affecting the world we live in. Everything from Earthquakes to car racing involves friction and this episode of Scope delves deep into how friction works and reveals some amazing science. Among other things you'll find out exactly how a Gecko climbs a wall and why making cars stick to the road makes them go faster!
An almost tragic figure in his personal life, Henry Lawson has inspired generations of Australians with his verse and prose. Many believe he was the first poet to capture the 'real' Australian way of life.
Sam is a child convict, arrested in London for stealing a jacket. Now, having lived his whole life in towns and cities, he's been sent to an isolated farm on the edge of the bush Keen to impress, Sam tells his new master, Mr Owen, that he knows all about farming.
There are some issues that affect entire communities and in this BtN special we have a look at the insurance issues following the Queensland floods, importance of class sizes and take a different look at Christmas Island.
BtN stories include: Super Storm, Asian Century, Homework Debate, Organ Farming and Robot Boy.
This episode of SCOPE is dedicated to some everyday animals, with some remarkable abilities! Get ready for the amazing adventures of Tusker the Giant; hear the tale of Sonar the Dolphin; and keep your eyes peeled for Tad Froggles: ShapeShifter.
This week BtN looks back at previous election campaigns and what we can expect to see over the coming weeks. Other stories include: Solar Future, Indo School, Top End Students and Boccia Girl.
The conflict in Ukraine has entered a dangerous new phase, with Russia sending troops into Crimea, against the wishes of the temporary Ukrainian Government. Many people are now calling this a fight between the east and the west. But what does that mean? Who is the east and the west? And why does there seem to be such tension between the two?
If you're feeling good, you'll be feeling great after this episode dedicated to the grooviest letter in the alphabet - G! Get the latest and greatest in guppy research, go for a workout with some A-grade gymnasts to learn all about the science behind their sport, and get up close to the action in a glassblowing workshop. You can even go for gold with some DIY science projects of your very own when our Junior Scientists show us how to experiment with gravity tricks and make a glowing sign.
Harrison is visited by a real-life television weatherman who shows us how he predicts the weather. Viewers will learn how to gauge wind strength and direction from famous storm chaser George Kourounis as Harrison talks to him live from a location in America's Tornado Alley.