The Behind the News team bring updates on a teenager who is on a mission to be the youngest solo pilot to travel around Australia. Updates on a new plane, protecting the ocean and the youngest skateboarding champion plus a wrap up of the worlds news and sports.
Our players discover the science of cool-downs, the kids of Australia vote on the greatest Australian sportsperson of all time, and our players compete in an obstacle course.
The Behind the News report on Norte Dame's fire which destroyed frame glass windows and the structure of the Cathedral to fall apart after many attempts by the fire fighters. The team update on artificial heart using human cells created by a 3D printer by a scientific team in Israel plus a wrap up of the worlds news and sports.
Our players discover that humans are better endurance runners than horses. Plus, we witness the moment a pro-golfer was attacked by hornets.
While on a camping holiday, Bluey makes a new friend called Jean-Luc. Bluey may not understand him, but they find a common language playing and hunting for a wild Daddy Pig.
The kids take on experiments in turning hydrophilic sand hydrophobic; transferring sound through vibration across surfaces; how vibrations are manipulated to create different sounds in musical instruments and lots more.
The kids test out experiments in using pulley systems to redistribute weight; how boomerangs alter wind resistance in order to return; chemical reactions that create pressure-based propulsion and lots more.
The Behind the News team bring updates on an individual who looks after bats in North Queensland. The team report on recent updates from the Norte Dame fire plus a wrap up of the worlds news and sports.
We cut open a hockey puck to see what's inside, the Dummy tries to outrun an agility dog, a bizarre text reveals Steph Curry is afraid of snakes, and we witness the first-ever tied test match.
Bingo and Bluey have five minutes to bed, just enough time to race to the summit of Mount Mumandad. But facing powerful storms, avalanches and stinky spots, this will take teamwork.
Our players sort the washing for the AFL, a water-polo champ shows us how to dribble, our players try sumo-rugby, and the third smashhlete through to finals week is decided.
A quick trip to the shops proves tricky for Dad when Bingo and Bluey want to play a game of 'kids' and family roles are reversed. Now Bluey is Mum, Bingo's her baby, and Dad is a very naughty boy. What lessons will they learn from this family experiment?
The kids explore experiments in trick photography that requires a balancing act; the components of everyday sand; an optical illusion based on convex and concave imagery and lots more.
Based on the picture book by Julia Donaldson, this is an animated comedy about a keen young dragon desperate to impress his teacher, and his surprising friendship with a powerful young princess.
The Behind the News team report on Easter and its traditions. The team bring updates on Beyonce's new documentary and new album, Time Magazines top 100 influencers revealed plus a wrap up of the worlds news and sports.
The kids tackle experiments in filming a home-made horror movie; mixing up lipstick in the kitchen; horror-themed photography; using inertia in a magic trick; how the shape of an aerofoil's wings create lift and lots more.
An animal focused, factual entertainment news show bursting at the seams with animals, laughter, news and information.
It's bedtime and Bingo can't remember where she left her beloved Floppy. Retracing their steps, Bingo and Bluey lead Mum through their bizarre day in the hope of tracking her down.
At a loss for words? Expand your vocabulary with these unique terms from some of Australia's 300 Indigenous languages.