Want awesome animals? Extreme action? And epic adventures? Watch Totally Wild! For 25 years we’ve taken you on adventures across Australia and all around the globe, in search of the coolest animals and most extreme action. Every episode brings something new - from unique animal behaviour, to extreme and unusual sports, outdoor adventures and the latest environmental stories.
French folk song Au Clair De La Lune is performed in French and with explanatory graphics in this lesson.
Cleo is an introverted young science prodigy whose class project accidentally turns her popular older sister invisible!
We answer the big questions on this episode. How do you build the perfect house for a bee, what does a little penguin like for lunch, and just how fast can you skip? Watch to find out.
There is something for everyone on this episode. We've got your cute quota covered with baby monkeys, we turn up the noise as girls rock out at rock school, and rip it up on racetrack with mini racing cars. Vroom!
We visit the largest coral reef on the planet, have a close encounter with a whale, and we take a very close look at a Tyrannosaurus rex. Doesn't get much bigger than that!
The Behind the News team discover the life of Banita Mabo, Australian dino discovery and the US child who fights for the right to throw snowballs. Plus a wrap up of the world's news and sports.
On this episode, we take some time out trail riding, challenge some table tennis champs, and say what's up to a man who's mad about wasps.
On this episode, we take the plunge with a team of divers spending 24 hours underwater, check in on native animals in need of a check-up, and we learn the secrets to successful softball. Batter up!
We're getting the low down on reining on today's Totally Wild... but it's got nothing to do with the weather! Plus we're spending some time with the newest and oldest residents at a zoo.
Australian consumers are about to get a clearer idea of where their food comes from, after the Government unveiled a new labelling system last week; Thursday the 6th of August will mark 70 years since nuclear weapons were first used in war; The Northern Territory has flagged that it intends to upgrade to a state within the next few years. But why?; world famous scientist Stephen Hawking has launched the biggest ever search for intelligent alien life and; horses have been used in law enforcement for longer than you'd probably realise.
The top 26 spellers have made it through to the next round of challenges, including the intimidating SpellGate, where spellers must excel against the clock and each other.
Mumble and his family and friends discover a new threat to their home - one that will take everyone working together to save them.
On this episode, get ready to go when we go hard at the go-kart track, take a jet boat for a power slide, and get up close and personal with gentle jellyfish. Don't miss it.
A Victorian businessman goes undercover in his own factory; there's a right royal squabble over who should rule medieval England; and the Real Tudor Hustle reveals the cleverest con tricks by naughty historical criminals.
Find out what a super blue blood moon is, enrol in Mars Class, and get some good news about the ozone layer. There's also a look at how the late Stephen Hawking changed scientific thinking.
Join Mister Maker, Scrappz and the Mini Makers from Ashford for a brilliant Arty Party, all about circles. Find out how to make an eye-catching circle print picture and learn how Wassily Kandinsky used circles in his art.
Want awesome animals? Extreme action? And epic adventures? Watch Totally Wild! For 25 years we’ve taken you on adventures across Australia and all around the globe, in search of the coolest animals and most extreme action. Every episode brings something new – from unique animal behaviour, to extreme and unusual sports, outdoor adventures and the latest environmental stories.