Learn how to create a themed photo album.
Meet a vet who takes care of some unusual pets.
Today with Emma, we get a look and insight into the Chinese Crested dog. Habitual winners of 'freaky breed contests', this breed truly is winning and brings a lot more than meets the eye. As breeder Christine Faint says,Chinese Crested dogs are natural clowns who really bring you a smile. Plus, they're loving lap dogs!
Duane interviews Dr Andrew Vermeulen, head of a 24hour veterinary care clinic.from Percy the threelegged lizard, to Piglet the parrot in for his annual health checkup these professionals in pet care nurse all back to health. Every pet is precious, and as their owners we are their 'voice', supplying love and care always.
Mister Maker takes a trip back in time to learn about Italian painter Giuseppe Arcimboldo, known for his imaginative portraiture that used different fish, meats, fruits and vegetables to represent the subject.
Mister Maker and his magnificent Mini Makers use card paper, coloured paper, tissue paper, glue and stickers to design delicious DIY sandwiches.
Mister Arty and his resourceful Mini Makers use old paper, card, straws, plastics and rubbish to make their very own recycled works of art.
Nat's cruising withtour captain John Buckley today. As they head out on the Genoa River, a tour John leads every day, they view different bird species flying, soaring and hunting. We get to see an eagle swoop down and take a fish off the surface of the water with only one foot. Jon explains they have to be accurate and keep one foot free for landing! Delighted tourists can get a look at 30 different bird species on a good day. On and near the shoreline can be seen crocodiles, water lizards and o
Soar above the ground while learning how to hang glide
Elevenyearold Landon lives for motocross, and has been revving it up since he was four!Scott chats with this driven little dude and also talks to his mum, who acts as his manager. She feels her son just loves to get down and dirty, while Landon loves that jumps! We get to watch a motocross race which this little ripper takes easily with plans to become world champ!
Mister Arty journeys back to 1960s New York to explore the work of American pop artist Andy Warhol, and learn about his famous 'Campbell's Soup Cans' screen print.
Kellyn's hanging out hang gliding today! Chief flight instructor Lisa Bradley is on hand to guide and help get her up there. Lisa is the only female hang gliding instructor in Australiaand cherishes her teaching and flying job every single day. As does the cheery pilot bloke who flies tandem with Kell 'on his back'. The shoot is done so well, we feel we're flying with these two getting a sense of that thrilling freedom as they take in the grandeur of the earth below.
Trot along and learn how to ride a horse from adjusting the saddle to the correct way to get a horse to move.
A student big band on their way to C-Gen get first hand advice from jazz legend James Morrison
Professional jazz musician James Morrison gives a masterclass for up and coming jazz musos. Alex chats with him, and later, a brilliant young cellist.James' humility and wit are on display as he says 'big band is the heavy metal have jazz'! We get to hear a brief dialogue between James the mentor's trumpet, and Chris's, ayoung trumpet dynamo. This music captivates and makes you not only want to be there but be a player!
Take a trip down the Genoa River near Mallacoota and learn about the abundant wildlife that call it home.
Meet a young upcoming motocross superstar and discover what it will take to become a champion.
Shane teaches Duane the ups and downs of horse riding. It's all about feel and timing, he says. First you always let the horse sniff your hand to let them know who you are. Then give a little rub to the left front leg to let them know you're going to mount.this is a wonderful lesson that respect bought horses and riders and the additional tips make this a must see for anyone preparing to try this beautiful pastime.
At a loss for words? Expand your vocabulary with these unique terms from some of Australia's 300 Indigenous languages.