Mister Maker makes a furry hand out of a rubber glove, paper, and fake fur.
Whenever a new budget is announced, people are curious what the tax code is going to look like as taxes are the way that a government is funded. Find out about some of the things that must be considered when developing a tax code and learn more about how other countries from around the world choose to tax their citizens.
Mister Maker and a boy in Hong Kong make a picture of a boat using tin foil, paper, glue, and paint.
Mister Maker and a few kids make a giant cake setting. Mister Maker also teaches how to make a play doughnut.
Mister Maker and a few Brazilian kids make a crocodile swamp scene. He also shows how to make a sockodile.
Mister Maker and a few Brazilian kids make a garden scene with giant funny face flowers.
Houses come in all shapes and sizes; but this house is rather special. As Tony O'Connell from TS Constructions explains this house is one of the most energy efficient in Australia.
Imagine if you could travel all over the world without ever leaving your seat! What would you do Well, Professor Kerrie Mengersen has that power in the form of virtual reality and she's using it to help save endangered animals around the world.
Australia's climate is a far fetch from Antarctica's frozen tundras. So how do you take care of Antarctica's most famous birds when they call Australia home Well, as Tanith Davis from Sea Life explains, it takes a lot of ice and a powerful freezer
If you locked a plant away in a jar, you'd expect it to perish rather quickly. However, as DIY scientist Charlotte discovers, in a closed terrarium plants can recycle their old water almost indefinitely
Forests are an integral part of many ecosystems. But did you know they exist both above and below water Join Dr Adriana Verges, Dr Alexandra Campbell and Dr Ziggy Marzinelli as they explain how they're helping repopulate and maintain one of the largest underwater forests of the coast of Sydney.
While submarines seem a little cramped and operate under the ocean (not the most appealing getaway spot), they can actually be really helpful for the country's Navy. Find out about the plan to add more submarines to the fleet and why some feel they are such an important asset.
William Shakespeare lived so long ago that it's pretty unbelievable how popular his work remains today. Words and phrases he invented still influence the way we talk and did you know The Lion King was based on Hamlet There's a lot you may not know about William Shakespeare, so why not let him tell you himself
It can be pretty hard deciding on a federal budget because there are so many things that are funded by the government. Here's a bit of an inside look about how different departments campaign for better funding and some of the ongoing discussions politicians have about the country's deficit.
BTN looks at how the government decides where to spend billions and billions of dollars when everyone seems to have a different idea.
With so many problems in the world, it can feel pretty good to do something nice for someone. Meet Sophie, a young girl who has been volunteering with senior citizens for years. Find out how she's been able to help them just by spending some time and she's gotten a lot out of it in the process.
Dragon boat racing is a pretty strenuous sport that requires lots of teamwork and dedication it also looks like a lot of fun! Meet some of the young rowers participating in one of the biggest competitions in the world.
Aman asks Dr Chris the charming yet vital question, What are boogers made out of It turns out these sticky protein masses are your lungs' best friend.
At a loss for words? Expand your vocabulary with these unique terms from some of Australia's 300 Indigenous languages.