The kids undertake experiments in juggling balls using the Bernoulli principle, exploring the oscillation of pendulums with stuffed animals, a crash course in basic astronomy and lots more.
The Behind the News team report on Daylight saving and the difference of opinions in Australia and around the world. The team investigate memes being banned, why the first ever all female space walk was cancelled and a wrap up of the worlds news and sports.
Our players peek inside Steph Curry's lunch box, get a masterclass on cornering from a BMX champ, attempt a world record for throwing tea bags into mugs, and take on an Aussie rules challenge.
Our players attempt Dino-soccer bowling, get a lesson in shooting from an ice hockey champ, sort the laundry for the Cowboys, and one player is crowned Australia's No.1 junior all-rounder.
The kids master experiments in using the forces of inertia for some simple magic tricks, how chroma-keying is used to fake photos, turning white flowers multi-coloured through capillary action and lots more.
The Behind the News team report on the salmonella outbreak across Australia, the infamous Article 13 and NASA's plan to set foot on the moon in 2020. Plus a wrap up of the worlds news and sports.
When a peaceful giant robot descends from the sky befriending a 12-year-old boy, the government look past it's peaceful intentions, trying instead to destroy it.
Two wannabe heroes and their friends must stop a madman from giving everyone nightmares.
The Behind the News team report on parents posting photos of their children on social media, the Popocatepetl volcano plus a wrap up of the worlds news and sports.
The kids explore experiments in sound-proofing that can be done at home, how spreading force over several points works in a bed of nails, how rocket design affects drag and stability and lots more.
The kids tackle experiments in forced perspective in trick photography, the transformation of kinetic energy into potential energy in a bouncy ball, contamination and purification in the water table and lots more.
We witness the moment a fan dressed as a batsman and bypassed Ashes security, and we learn how to dive from a volleyball pro. Then, our players are on inflatable-horseback for an equestrian shoot-out.
The kids undertake experiments in ferromagnetic materials in magnetic putty and how they are affected by magnetic fields, the relationship between buoyancy force and surface tension as explained by rubbish and lots more.
It's an adventure on the high seas as Bluey, Bingo and Missy play pirates on the hammock swing, but they'll need to find their courage to withstand storms and whale attacks.
Hamza is packing for a vacation, but he can't fit all of his stuff in his suitcase. Origami to the rescue - he takes a nod from the art of Japanese paper folding to make things with a lot of surface area take up less space.
It's not easy being Beaver Cleaver - as this laugh-filled update of the classic television series shows. The rest of the Cleaver family may be models of good behaviour, but not Beaver, an ordinary kid with an extraordinary talent for trouble. This time, all Beaver wants to do is prove that he's just as perfect as his totally cool, older brother, Wally. And where does it get him? In the biggest mess of his life. This energetic, engaging comedy is truly a film the whole family will enjoy.
The Behind the News team report on April Fools day, the world wide black out due to Earth hour plus a wrap up of the worlds news and sports.
Last week there was a lot of talk about wages after Labor announ ced that, if it’s elected, it will raise the minimum wage and try to bring in a living wage. So, what is a minimum wage and what’s a living wage? And why is talk about raising it always controversial?
Recently there’ve been a couple of big news stories involving Australian sports stars and online trolls. Both Carlton forward Tayla Harris, and West Coast player Liam Ryan have been the subject of abusive messages that many say come from trolls. So, what are trolls and what’s the best way to deal with them?
Gambling in Games
Last week the Victorian government launched a program designed to reduce the risk of kids being exposed to gambling through popular video games. It comes after a study showed that almost half of Australia’s top games have features that could be called gambling.
A team of international astronomers who are putting together an encyclopaedia of exo-planets has just announce that their list of alien worlds just tipped 4001! That’s exciting news, especially given that less than 30 years ago we didn’t know if there were any planets outside of our solar system. We take a look at what exo-planets are and why astronomers are so keen on tracking them down.
Right now, thousands of Christians in Australia are in the middle of an important religious festival. It’s called Lent and it usually involves fasting or giving something up for 40 days. We talk to some kids who are observing Lent to find out more about it and why it’s important to them.
At a loss for words? Expand your vocabulary with these unique terms from some of Australia's 300 Indigenous languages.