Today's episode is all about getting outdoors and tracking down some science, and our experiment is no exception. Junior scienti
Did you know that there's a type of pollution being released from every city around the world, every single night. And it seems
Bushfires can often be devastating and unpredictable. For this reason, Nicholas McCarthy from The University of Queensland is st
There is so much water in the ocean, if only we could drink it. Well, with help from Sean McCagh, operations manager at the Gold Coast Desalination Plant, we can! He shows us how to take water from the ocean and get out all of the salt and other nasties.
Our History documents the conditions and challenges faced by colonists to feed themselves when they arrived in Australia.
Rob Rabba from Eureka Skydeck takes us on a tour of Australia's second biggest building and shows us its extreme features. A cube in the Eureka Tower is specially built to have the illusion of glass shattering and then turning seethrough, so whoever is standing in there feels like they might fall through.
Madeline and Pepito show courage and determination by coming up with a plan to escape the kidnappers and succeed.
A very brief scene with a focus on similes and metaphors that could be used as a discussion starter.
It's no secret that diary products keep our bones strong and healthy, but did you know that one particular dairy produc
Find out about tap dancing and meet a young boy who would like to become a professional tap dancer.
A story about the revival of Baseball in Australia and explanation of how the game works.
Students in Italy are creating podcasts as part of their learning.
New research shows a quarter of Australian teens are overweight, and 85% aren't doing enough exercise.
Health experts are warn
Clip from Number Count: Number Systems- Ep 1 of 10 Our Hindu-Arabic number system, it's origins and features
Junior Scientist, Carrick, demonstrates DIY computer dissection. This segment of Scope assists students to understand the major
Dr Duffy takes us to his favourite planet Jupiter and reveals some very interesting and weird facts about this huge gas giant.
Did you know that plants are mostly made from stuff they found in the air and not stuff from the soil? Also, why do plants need water?