Rain is usually a welcome sight in Australia, but in some cases, it can cause a natural disaster. Jeff Perkins explains what happens when it rains way too much.
How much do you know about diabetes? It's World Diabetes Day which aims to raise awareness about the condition. BtN takes a look
This BtN clip takes a look at all the planning that goes into evacuating a whole town of people.
The weather outside might be impossible to control but Junior Scientist Will has discovered the trick to creating rain in a jar.
We all know that recycling is a good way to reduce waste and protect the environment. But it can also be a chance to get creativ
Learn why some are dark and others are white, how they create rainbows, halos and sun dogs, and how clouds are formed.
The echidna belongs to a subgroup of mammals called monotremes - a group of mammals which lay eggs. This clip tracks the echidna
Did you know that the female seahorse impregnates the male? This clip explains every step of the cycle along the way.
This BtN clip examines how huge rainfalls created flooding and havoc across parts of the Northern Territory and Queensland in 20
This clip looks at the interaction of people within these environments and issues relating to the care of these geographical and
BTN looks at high mark-up of products in the Australian market.
Overview of nuclear power plants and the effects of the Japanese earthquake.
Critique of government's carbon tax ad with brief overview of how public opinion can be changed via advertising.
Story about the export of livestock and calls for the ban of live exports.
Looks at the role of a conductor
This clip is a segment from BtN about the alarming destruction of the Great Barrier Reef.
This clip shows the moment when Bertie's brother Eddie returns from war and the announcement that the war is over.
Nicholas Fry is a normal kid, who just happens to have Type One Diabetes. But a lot of his friends didn't understand what that w