When G'Bubu is hit on the head by a bongo nut, he assumes the personality of Peter Applebottom, a brilliant but pompous and seriously unfriendly scientist who claims to know how to permanently fix the Core.
Ever wondered what makes a Frisbee float? How a swimmer is able to glide through the water? Or what it takes to be a triathlete? Well wonder no longer because it's all got to do with science.
What animal can tell you the time? Find out this episode. Plus, we're giving Vikings a reputation overhaul, and meeting the newest, cutest, tallest baby at the zoo.
Alex and Zoe are two kids who find themselves in an extraordinary situation. After stumbling across a magical portal hidden in the town library they're led to a parallel dimension, a sophisticated world called ANIMALIA.
The fifth episode of My Place follows Davey, a young stable boy working for the powerful Owen family. When he learns that his favourite horse, Duchess, is to be sold to the local tannery, he decides to put everything on the line to save her.
With the Creeper gone and peace restored to Animalia, Alex and Zoe decide it's time to go home. Livingstone also decides to take a much needed break, but before he can go, he must choose a new leader.
Ever have a bad hair day? Well on today's Totally Wild we're hanging with some pooches that have one ALL the time! Plus, we're meeting some crabby giants of the deep.
We're stepping back in time today as we take a totally wild cruise down the Murray River on an old paddle steamer. We're also going to dingo puppy school!
We're going animal crazy on this episode, exploring all sorts of species from spiders to penguins. Duane learns that primates come in all shapes and sizes. Plus, Stacy meets some penguin chicks.
Squid, cuttlefish, octopus and nautilus; they're all featuring in this tentacular episode dedicated to a particular class of molluscs!
Based on the much loved Australian children's classic by Nadia Wheatley and Donna Rawlins, My Place tells the story of the children who live in one place over 130 years. In episode ten, Bertie wants to buy a special gift to welcome his brother Eddie home from the war. He thinks that a pair of brown brogue shoes is just what his brother will need. Bertie is doing all he can to save the money, including putting on a magic show.
During a poetry recital, Allegra expresses her disinterest in "rhymes" by throwing a tantrum that sends a Corespore flying. The result: all Animalians are compelled to speak in nothing but rhyme.
Alex explores Animalia's tunnel system, where he becomes trapped along with a weasel named TC. Alex helps TC escape from his tunnel trap. But in the end, Alex's new friend is not who he seems.
We've got spiders, stunts and squash on the menu. Plus, some very royal penguin chicks, and a seal with seriously fishy breath.
In this episode Kell and Clare are challenged to walk on quicksand. Learn all about the science of density, liquids and surface area then you be the judge, did they pass or fail?
When Allegra shows her vulnerability to Zoe and admits that she can't read, Zoe helps the gator write a song for her big solo in Animalia's talent contast. Iggy and G'Bubu also perform in the music competition.
We get the low-down on dirt-track racing, find out if it's possible to pump iron, and take one or two wolfhounds for a walk.
We are surrounded by talent, from three majestic Clydesdales, to street circus performers and racing brothers. Plus, we test out a wacky new twist on water sports called 'naish foiling'.
At a loss for words? Expand your vocabulary with these unique terms from some of Australia's 300 Indigenous languages.
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