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Abseiling into the world's most dangerous volcano, Mount Marum.
Stephen Hawking challenged idea information never disappears, arguing the future couldn't be predicted nor the past known.
From Tony Robinson Explores Australia EUREKA
29 unnamed Indigenous Australians were killed by European Settlers on 10 June 1838
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.
Francois Pienaar gets Springboks on board with Nelson Mandela's plan to unify South Africa at the Rugby World Cup.
Nicholas II appeases revolutionaries with a Duma before reverting to autocracy.
Back on Earth, Watney lectures astronauts in training on the importance of having the right attitude for surviving a disaster in
This short clip examines how the circulatory system is responsible for carrying antibodies and other defence mechanisms around the body.
This BBC short clip takes us to Florida, the sink hole capital of the world, to find out how sink holes form. Travelling undergr
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.
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.
INTERVIEW: JOSEF JANNING
Emma Alberici speaks with Josef Janning, a senior policy fellow at the European Council on Foreign R
Investigates the hidden sugar in our food. Big food companies are spending millions of dollars searching for the "bliss point" i
John Travolta dancing
In this clip from Trust Me, I'm a Doctor, Dr Saleyha Ahsan investigates the signs and symptoms of depression.
Germany surrendered unconditionally to Field Marshall Foch in a rail carriage in Compiegne at 5am on November 11, 1918. But they agree
Lateline segment on Australia's deadly bout of extreme weather and the warning that there is more to come because of climate change.
Critics discuss the challenges Patrick White faced getting his controversial play The Ham Funeral performed in the 1960s.
This BBC short clip is a great conversation starter. An American man has started a business selling real estate on the moon. But
This BBC clip introduces students to the first manned missions to the moon and why it was such an epic and revolutionary achieve
No human has set foot on the moon since the early 70s, but all that is set to change with a series of moon bases planned for the
Globe actors and critics discuss the way William Shakespeare plays with gender and cross-dressing in declarations of love.
The Can Of Worms panel discuss the morals of telling charity workers you've already donated when you haven't.
New evidence suggests that Stonehenge was actually a burial ground for the elite of ancient Britain.
This experiment shows that no matter how ridiculous a task, we will conform and do it to meet group expectations.
This clip highlights a few recent weather disasters that have been blamed in part on global warming. This clip forms a good disc
The Light Concept Tanker is designed to get fire fighting crews into and out of areas that are not accessible to heavier trucks.
James Watson and Francis Crick discover the structure of DNA takes the form of a double helix.
A simple illustrated introduction to the digestive system and the various organs involved. This clips includes explanations for
Physicists discuss the theories of dark matter developed by Fritz Zwicky and Vera Rubin to explain gravitational fields.
Tony Robinson retraces Robert O'Hara Burke and William John Wills' 1860-61 expedition to explore inland Australia.
Carers wash and dress residents at UK retirement home, helped by teenage volunteers, who gain understanding of elderly.
Embarrassing Teenage Bodies helps answer the common questions and health concerns of teenagers. Tonight, the team takes a closer
The Labor Government's offshore refugee processing begins, with 30 Sri Lankans flown from Christmas Island to Nauru.
This clip powerfully illustrates what it's like for Lifeline workers as they do the difficult, yet critical job of supporting su
This clip gives a fascinating insight on how the circulatory system was discovered and uses groundbreaking graphics to show all
This short clip succinctly explains the history of indigenous land rights and Eddie Mabo's role in establishing rights in the fa
Michael Usher meets the woman who was left paralysed by a stroke three years ago and became trapped inside her own body. She cou
Answering the big question from climate science - what happened to global warming? From 1975 to 1998 the world saw a rapid rise
Bob isn't sure his interpreter is telling him everything the Japanese director has said on the commercial shoot.
Host Graham Phillips visits researchers in Italy conducting the Xenon100 experiment to detect dark matter.
Interview with Greg Hunt in Paris who says Australia's plans to cut carbon emissions by 26 to 28 percent by 2030 are achievable
Click is in LA riding with the firemen using drones and thermal cams to detect fires.
A short clip from the BBC that uses beautiful computer graphics to introduce us to the strange and deadly phenomena of Pulsars,
This beautifully produced short BBC clip uses real life examples and experiments to illustrate how blood is responsible for carr
Michael Mosley explains how the red blood cells carry oxygen around the circulatory system to power our muscles. This clip gives
The film opens with interviews and credits from the 'reality' program, briefly introducing the concept of a TV show within a mov
Filmmaker Bobby Roth interviews actors, directors and producers who discuss their different perspectives on following direction.
FINANCE MINISTER RESIGNS AFTER GREECE VOTES NO IN BAILOUT REFERENDUM
Greece's Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis has stepped d
Contains images of drugs. Shows how ice works in the brain and how it becomes addictive.
The brains of children are compared to those of adults, noting that the areas with most activity change with maturity.
Mike Disney offers a critique of the standard model of Big Bang cosmology.
The origin and then modern significance of Charles Darwin's theory of natural selection is discussed.
This BBC clip for senior high school students offers a deeper look at natural selection, including the work of Mendel and Darwin.
This clip is a good discussion starter and argues that developed nations may be less impacted by global warming than other natio
Maryanne Demasi outlines the history of genetically modified foods, crossbreeding and genetic engineering.
Dutch are experts in controlling surging seas and rivers, and are developing cutting-edge technologies to deal with climate chan
From Tony Robinson Explores Australia Eureka
Convicts cutting a road to Bathurst were rumoured to have struck gold as early as
This clip explains the difference between regular moons and irregular moons in our solar system and how they move in a gravitati
The Kepler telescope could lead to perhaps the greatest scientific discovery in history - another hospitable planet within reach of humans.
The military use of drones or UAVs has brought us into an age of flying robots. There's plenty of optimism about their use for c
Critique the "sense and nonsense" of the global $100 billion vitamin and supplement industry with Derek Muller in Vitamania. Then test your knowledge of importance of vitamins in our diets and the history of the business.
Teaching resources for the Australian Curriculum
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