Harrison gets the help of a detective to solve a crime and challenges three kids to be witnesses to another crime.
Harrison gets the lab results back that tell him who ate part of his sandwich and he reviews clues used by detectives.
A news clip about the iconic Disney character, Mickey Mouse, who has lived far beyond the three year lifespan of the average rodent.
In life, we must adapt to new environments at various points of our life. In this short clip, the culture shock of arriving in the big city hits Shaun the sheep when he realises he can no longer roam freely and is being hunted by animal containment.
The Behind the News team provide some pointers for younger people on how to deal with difficult events in the news.
Distraught and confused, Jessie returns to Terabithia. May Belle tries to follow him, but he pushes her away. Jack finds Jessie and consoles him, telling him not to give up that special thing Leslie inspired. Jessie recognises he can keep Leslie alive in his memory. He decides to make amends with May Belle and create a safe passage into Terabithia with the skills Leslie taught him. The next day, he invites May Belle to Terabithia and crowns her the future leader.
Jessie and Leslie talk about their families, and Leslie pulls Jessie up on his assumptions about gender. Jessie's dad, Jack, treats Jessie differently to his sisters and punishes him for having his head in the clouds. Jessie starts losing faith in his imagination and dreams.
Howl has a tantrum after using the wrong potion in the shower and accidently dying his hair from blonde to red. Inconsolable, Howl begins to call the spirits of darkness around him. Sophie comes to terms with her own insecurities.
The class discuss strategies to better respect and include each other, and think about the nature of empathy and acceptance. Later, Kacee talks with Bernadette about the ongoing effects of family violence, and Jess and Hayley explain how talking to their parents about their grandfather went. Back in class, the kids do an exercise looking at the manifestation of different emotions in the body and each student makes a list of positive rules for their own life and future family.
Matt shares with the class that he misses his father, who is absent because of work, and together they workshop ways to approach the subject. Bernadette explains the importance of using the pronoun 'I' rather than 'you' when communicating, to safeguard against casting blame. The class learns about 'I' messages and communicating emotions effectively.
Australia has more than 700 varieties of eucalyptus but of that amount, an individual koala may have a preference for as few as 10.
The difficulty of playing an instrument while marching is demonstrated by a marching band playing at the Royal Queensland Show.
Senior ranger Adam Northam discusses the ways scientists and rangers are researching tree-dwelling species.
The CSIRO's Dr Robert Evans demonstrates a Silviscan machine and explains its use.
The process of stomata, the microscopic openings on plants that allow them to breathe, is demonstrated.
CSIRO tree researcher and forest ecologist Jacqui England provides a short rundown on trees and their importance.
The importance of tree roots in absorbing water and nutrients, as well as keeping them upright, is explained.