What makes the stars twinkle? Why is the sky blue? What is a black hole? From astronomer Dr Alan Duffy's space lab, these questions and more are answered as host Grace Koh is launched into outer space.
Today we go on a nautical voyage down to the mysterious depths of the ocean. Join Dr Rob as he SCOPES out how scientists explore the deepest regions of the ocean, checks out a huge collection of fish and finds out how to map the sea floor.
Science is anything but black and white, so what exactly is colour? Well colour is light and light is colour, and colour comes from light but light is a form of energy. Join Dr Rob as he explores the colour spectrum and SCOPES out the science behind colours.
This program looks at the challenges that Governor Phillip faced trying to feed the new settlers. The diet of the first white settlers was not very healthy. They tried a few local foods, but most people wanted their familiar foods. When their crops failed, the new colonists were soon put on rations. Many people became ill. The future of the colony looked quite bleak.
Sam is a child convict, arrested in London for stealing a jacket. Now, having lived his whole life in towns and cities, he's been sent to an isolated farm on the edge of the bush Keen to impress, Sam tells his new master, Mr Owen, that he knows all about farming.
It's an adventure on the high seas as Bluey, Bingo and Missy play pirates on the hammock swing, but they'll need to find their courage to withstand storms and whale attacks.
Ever wondered how houses and high-rises are designed and built? Join Dr Rob as he puts on his hard hat and SCOPES out all the science behind structures.
This program examines the idea of responsibility and power in relationships and identifies times where power is abused by someone, such as in a bullying situation, and looks at how that can affect us. The program presents a range of strategies, including staying calm, being assertive, helpful thinking and help-seeking to assist young people in managing difficult situations.
Genes - they determine our eye colour, height, personality, even foods we don't like. They're what make us different from everyone else! Join Dr Rob as he unravels some DNA and Scopes out all the science behind genetics!
It's a very watery episode as we dive into everything to do with H2O. Dr Rob explains H2O basics and then we take a close up look at look at high diving and ice making as well as checking out how a desalination plant works. We even get up close and personal with our largest river system - the mighty Murray!
Harrison discovers that plants are living things, and humans depend on them for survival not just for food and clothing.
In this Jake and the Never Land Pirates themed episode young artists can make a pirate treasure chest, and watch a pirate and princess shadow play.
Rain, hail, fog, heat waves and cyclones! The weather, it's one of our favourite topics of conversation, which isn't surprising given the big part it plays in our lives. Join Dr Rob as he SCOPES out all the science behind the weather!