A figure-skater shows us the triple salchow, we flash back to Luke Shuey's after-the-siren winner in 2017, and our players discover the science of muscle soreness.
A text from an NBA star reveals his secret love of fingernail biting, an ice-hockey pro shows us how to body-check, and our players take on an Aussie Rules Triathlon.
Breaking news reveals the location of the world's biggest bowling alley, our players sort the laundry for the AFL, and it's Andy versus Dummy at Dizzy-Baseball.
Based in a museum space, the four corridors signify the four corners of the Earth, the Hosts trigger the stories and then pursue knowledge by time travelling through the corridors to a time and place in the past.
Join Kellyn, resident scientist Clare, the crew and a cast of historical characters as they brainstorm answers to your questions.
Andy and the Dummy race through an extreme obstacle course, scooter champ Bianca Dilworth shows us how to tail-whip, then our players take on Putt-Putt-Pinata.
We travel back to the moment a batsman scored 17 off a single ball, and our players chase a world record for most balloons popped in 45 seconds.
The boys go in search of the Humpback Whale along the beautiful Noosa coastline and Kayne gets a shower he won't be forgetting in a hurry.
In this episode of Brainbuzz, Kell and Clare are challenged to build a remote controlled car. Watch this episode to learn about motion, power, electrical circuits, radio signals, wireless communication and even self driving cars. Today's historical guest is Nikola Tesla.
We're racing from the blocks, because it's all about athletics this episode. Nick visits Little Athletics, our players long jump into our giant ball pit, plus an epic final obstacle course with shot puts.
Kell and Clare are challenged to make a musical instrument from a vegetable. But we're not talking any musical instrument, it must play all kinds of tunes. Can they do it? Pass or fail, you be the judge.
Adrenalin-fuelled family entertainment with hosts Kayne Tremills and newcomer Kamil Ellis, on weird and sometimes deadly wildife missions around Australia. Kayne must race a whale shark, but first needs to find one.
The final place in finals week is on the line! Our players dive into our giant ball-pit, Nick visits some junior athletes and an incredible final obstacle course challenge!
A world record attempt for most T-shirts worn in 60 seconds; we look inside Luis Suarez's lunch box and find pizza; then the final challenge 'smashhes' together horse racing and golf.
Get your feet moving, it's netball day and Nick is getting an exclusive peak inside Qld Firebirds HQ, plus an epic bungee-netball battle and a massive final obstacle course challenge.
After mountain biking, abseiling and kayaking to get to Bruny Island, TAS, Brandon finally tells Kayne his next mission - to find one of the world's smallest surfers, penguins.
Nick and the Dummy try beach volleyball, we discover the weird regional sports of South America, plus our players try a South American smoothie.
At a loss for words? Expand your vocabulary with these unique terms from some of Australia's 300 Indigenous languages.