Harrison times two kids who practise working in zero gravity as they race each other to 'fix' a satellite.
Harrison asks kids if they want to go to space and teaches about the first person who attempted space travel.
Harrison learns how kids can train to be astronauts even if they can't go into space right now.
Harrison learns the types of foods astronauts can eat in space, then gets to practise delivering food to the space station.
Weird and wonderful musical instruments, sticky creepy crawlies and a gorilla food launcher ... sounds Totally Wild! Also on the show we're meeting a guy who makes toys for a living!
To find out where dragon legends could have come from, Harrison goes on a quest to find the biggest, dragon-iest reptiles in the world.
It's show time on Totally Wild today as we go behind the scenes of an aquatic show and hang out with its dolphin super stars. We're also taking cute to the next level with some puggles!
Harrison's water is shut off today because of a water main break, so he's extra interested in how water is formed and how we can conserve it.
Stefan and the team munch their way through some bug grub, including chocolate covered scorpions and pan fried worms.
Short documentary portraits of primary children with a range of disabilities, learning differences and medical conditions. Today, a young girl explains what it is like living with type 1 diabetes.
At an early age, Cohen was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis and struggled breathing and exerting himself physically. He needed a lung transplant and after a lengthy wait on the organ donor list, his family got the call that there were lungs available. Allow him to tell you about his journey and find out more about organ transplants.
After a school trip to Zambia, Chloe is excited to have us tag along as those same students from Zambia come to visit her and her friends in Australia. Through the two trips, they learn about each other's cultures, foods and animals and discuss important topics like conservation.
Christmas Island is best known for the detention centre that's found there, but there are lots of other people that choose to call it home. It's a diverse mix of families that have integrated some different aspects of their culture into daily life. Find out what life is like on a part of Australia you may not be all that familiar with.
Harrison and a cheeky humanoid robot named Nao 1337 compete to see whether humans are better than robots.
This is the first of BtN's Rookie Reporter Specials where kids report on matters that directly affect them. Nick suffers from Diabetes but his off-beat humour helps us all to gain a better understanding of this serious disease. Likewise, Coen shares his inspirational story of living with cystic fibrosis and the journey leading up to and after an organ transplant.
Behind The News reveals that the inefficient use of light has an environmental cost, and that too much light disturbs the circadian rhythms of animals and humans.
Ahead of the 2015 Budget BTN has a look at the economy and the challenges it is facing.
Did you know that there's a type of pollution being released from every city around the world, every single night. And it seems
At a loss for words? Expand your vocabulary with these unique terms from some of Australia's 300 Indigenous languages.
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