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Convict boy's work assessed
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Convict boy's work assessed

Clip from My Place
Sam finally gets Katie to cooperate and Mr Owen returns and inspects Sam's work.

Sam finally gets Katie to cooperate and Mr Owen returns and inspects Sam's work.

How are houses built?
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How are houses built?

Clip from Scope
Lots of people live in them, and they're found on every suburban street, but how are houses actually built Michael Pankowski, a Divine Homes builder, gives us the low down on ...

Lots of people live in them, and they're found on every suburban street, but how are houses actually built Michael Pankowski, a Divine Homes builder, gives us the low down on building a house from the vacant block of land to the finished home.

Inside an ice factory
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Inside an ice factory

Clip from Scope
Making ice isn't always as simple as filling a tray, especially when making loads of it. General manager of Adelaide Ice, Neil House, takes us on a tour of an ice factory and ...

Making ice isn't always as simple as filling a tray, especially when making loads of it. General manager of Adelaide Ice, Neil House, takes us on a tour of an ice factory and shows us the big freeze.

Sink or float experiment
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Sink or float experiment

Clip from Scope
Sink or float! Julia tests out her theory of buoyancy using a bucket of water and some house hold objects.

Sink or float! Julia tests out her theory of buoyancy using a bucket of water and some house hold objects.

Frozen zoos
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Frozen zoos

Clip from Scope
Can science protect our endangered and rare animal species It may not look like your ordinary zoo, so join Dr ShaeLee Cox from the Norwood Animal Conservation Group as she ...

Can science protect our endangered and rare animal species It may not look like your ordinary zoo, so join Dr ShaeLee Cox from the Norwood Animal Conservation Group as she takes us on a tour of a frozen zoo.

Why do flowers need to smell?
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Why do flowers need to smell?

Clip from Finding Stuff Out
Smelling good is an important strategy plants use to attract birds and insects to pollinate them.

Smelling good is an important strategy plants use to attract birds and insects to pollinate them.

Scope: Insect lifecycle
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Scope: Insect lifecycle

Clip from Scope
This clip talks us through the reproductive processes of stick insects and silk worms. Suitable for Year 2 students.

This clip talks us through the reproductive processes of stick insects and silk worms. Suitable for Year 2 students.

Impact of floods on marine environments
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Impact of floods on marine environments

Clip from Scope
A marine ecologist from UQ, explains how some high tech underwater sensors helped when South East Queensland flooded.

A marine ecologist from UQ, explains how some high tech underwater sensors helped when South East Queensland flooded.

Climate Change
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Climate Change

Clip from Behind The News
The World Bank has released a report saying it expects the world to warm up by 4 degrees over the next century. So what effect w

The World Bank has released a report saying it expects the world to warm up by 4 degrees over the next century. So what effect w

AUSLAN
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AUSLAN

BTN visits a school where AUSLAN is taught to all kids

BTN visits a school where AUSLAN is taught to all kids

Plastic threatening sea turtles
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Plastic threatening sea turtles

Clip from Totally Wild
Courtney Wilkie visits the Moreton Bay Research Station to learn how dangerous plastic is for sea turtles.

Courtney Wilkie visits the Moreton Bay Research Station to learn how dangerous plastic is for sea turtles.

Fire Season
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Fire Season

Clip from Behind The News
It's been three years since the Black Saturday Bushfires. They were the worst the country had ever seen, killing 173 people and

It's been three years since the Black Saturday Bushfires. They were the worst the country had ever seen, killing 173 people and

Mini Robots (Drones)
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Mini Robots (Drones)

Clip from Scope
Very brief overview of mini robots

Very brief overview of mini robots

Science Clips: Balanced diet
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Science Clips: Balanced diet

Clip from Science Clips
This clip explores the importance of a balanced diet for good health.

This clip explores the importance of a balanced diet for good health.

Behind The News - Mabo clip
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Behind The News - Mabo clip

Clip from Behind The News
June 3rd marks the anniversary of the Australian High Court's landmark Mabo decision which gave important land rights to Indigen

June 3rd marks the anniversary of the Australian High Court's landmark Mabo decision which gave important land rights to Indigen

Recycling Canned
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Recycling Canned

Clip from Behind The News
A scheme to pay people for every bottle they recycle has had a positive impact on the environment in South Australia. It's so go

A scheme to pay people for every bottle they recycle has had a positive impact on the environment in South Australia. It's so go

Reef Threat
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Reef Threat

Clip from Behind The News
The Great Barrier Reef is the world's largest coral reef. It's home to thousands of different types of sea creatures. And it's i

The Great Barrier Reef is the world's largest coral reef. It's home to thousands of different types of sea creatures. And it's i

Scope: Data & Research
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Scope: Data & Research

Clip from Scope
This segment if Scope shows science projects where research data is collected by everyday citizens: 1. Reef Check 2. Fungi Map

This segment if Scope shows science projects where research data is collected by everyday citizens: 1. Reef Check 2. Fungi Map

Drones
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Drones

Clip from Behind the News
The use of drones is back in the news again when it was revealed that animal rights activists have used them to spy on farms tha

The use of drones is back in the news again when it was revealed that animal rights activists have used them to spy on farms tha

Hinze Dam
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Hinze Dam

Clip from Scope
This clip highlights how a dam works and the importance of dams in the prevention of floods.

This clip highlights how a dam works and the importance of dams in the prevention of floods.

World Heritage
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World Heritage

Clip from Behind The News
The Great Barrier Reef has been at the centre of a big fight recently. Some people want to dump dredge spoil on parts of it, to

The Great Barrier Reef has been at the centre of a big fight recently. Some people want to dump dredge spoil on parts of it, to

Japan and whaling
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Japan and whaling

Clip from Behind The News
Activists and governments oppose Japan whaling in the north-west Pacific Ocean, BTN reports.

Activists and governments oppose Japan whaling in the north-west Pacific Ocean, BTN reports.

BTN: World Refugee Day
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BTN: World Refugee Day

Clip from Behind The News
Three years ago, it was just an empty space in the middle of the desert in Jordan. Now, it's a huge town of tents, housing more

Three years ago, it was just an empty space in the middle of the desert in Jordan. Now, it's a huge town of tents, housing more

DIY - Backyard Bio-diversity
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DIY - Backyard Bio-diversity

Clip from Scope
Today's episode is all about getting outdoors and tracking down some science, and our experiment is no exception. Junior scienti

Today's episode is all about getting outdoors and tracking down some science, and our experiment is no exception. Junior scienti

Finding Stuff Out: Predicting Weather
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Finding Stuff Out: Predicting Weather

Clip from Finding Stuff Out
Harrison is visited by a real-life television weatherman who shows us how he predicts the weather.

Harrison is visited by a real-life television weatherman who shows us how he predicts the weather.

Earthquake Monitoring
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Earthquake Monitoring

Clip from Scope
The ground shakes, your legs buckle and buildings fall down all around you! It may sound like something from a Hollywood blockbu

The ground shakes, your legs buckle and buildings fall down all around you! It may sound like something from a Hollywood blockbu

Behind the News - Light Pollution
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Behind the News - Light Pollution

Clip from Behind the News
Did you know that there's a type of pollution being released from every city around the world, every single night. And it seems

Did you know that there's a type of pollution being released from every city around the world, every single night. And it seems

Operation Ouch: The Spinal Cord
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Operation Ouch: The Spinal Cord

Clip from Operation Ouch!
The twins introduce us to our body's 'information superhighway' - our spinal column. Where it is, how it works and how nerves se

The twins introduce us to our body's 'information superhighway' - our spinal column. Where it is, how it works and how nerves se

Fire Tracking
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Fire Tracking

Clip from Scope
Bushfires can often be devastating and unpredictable. For this reason, Nicholas McCarthy from The University of Queensland is st

Bushfires can often be devastating and unpredictable. For this reason, Nicholas McCarthy from The University of Queensland is st

Tax balances and the economy
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Tax balances and the economy

Clip from Behind the News
BTN takes a closer look at relationship between taxes and the economy.

BTN takes a closer look at relationship between taxes and the economy.

Trench warfare and the body
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Trench warfare and the body

Dr Chris and Dr Xand look at what life was like for the soldiers in the trenches and how World War I affected the human body.

Dr Chris and Dr Xand look at what life was like for the soldiers in the trenches and how World War I affected the human body.

World War I in 1916
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World War I in 1916

Clip from Horrible Histories
Comedy sketch team, Bob Hale and Rattus Rattus, guide us through the horrible history of 1914-18. This clip presents 1916.

Comedy sketch team, Bob Hale and Rattus Rattus, guide us through the horrible history of 1914-18. This clip presents 1916.

Effects of explosions on bodies
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Effects of explosions on bodies

Dr Chris and Dr Xand set up an experiment to demonstrate how soldiers' bodies coped with the pressures exerted by huge explosion

Dr Chris and Dr Xand set up an experiment to demonstrate how soldiers' bodies coped with the pressures exerted by huge explosion

Why is the sky blue and why are sunsets red?
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Why is the sky blue and why are sunsets red?

Did you know that the sky appears blue because of something strange going between sunlight and our atmosphere Dr Duffy tells us all about it.

Did you know that the sky appears blue because of something strange going between sunlight and our atmosphere Dr Duffy tells us all about it.

Coral Bleaching
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Coral Bleaching

Clip from Behind The News
The federal Environment Minster has raised the coral bleaching threat level on the Great Barrier Reef to its highest point. And

The federal Environment Minster has raised the coral bleaching threat level on the Great Barrier Reef to its highest point. And

Keeping an A380 in the air
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Keeping an A380 in the air

Clip from Behind The News
BTN looks into what it takes to keep super-jumbos in the air.

BTN looks into what it takes to keep super-jumbos in the air.

What is high-definition TV?
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What is high-definition TV?

Clip from Behind The News
BTN looks at what is currently on offer in the world of televisions and how high-definition TVs differ to the rest.

BTN looks at what is currently on offer in the world of televisions and how high-definition TVs differ to the rest.

New Zealand mine explosion
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New Zealand mine explosion

Clip from Behind The News
A review of the New Zealand mining explosion

A review of the New Zealand mining explosion

How TV Cameras work
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How TV Cameras work

Clip from Behind The News
An overview of how cameras are used to produce news and brief history of cameras.

An overview of how cameras are used to produce news and brief history of cameras.

The future of the postal system
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The future of the postal system

Clip from Behind The News
A look at mail process and change in postal system as a result of Internet.

A look at mail process and change in postal system as a result of Internet.

Animal communication
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Animal communication

Clip from Behind the News
Story about a new form of animal communication discovered but only available to humans via technology.

Story about a new form of animal communication discovered but only available to humans via technology.

Japan's Earthquake
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Japan's Earthquake

Clip from Behind the News
A child's perspective on the aftermath of the 2011 earthquake in Japan..

A child's perspective on the aftermath of the 2011 earthquake in Japan..

World music
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World music

Clip from Behind the News
Explore the link between music and culture and discover some of the instruments used in world music.

Explore the link between music and culture and discover some of the instruments used in world music.

Anzac Day
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Anzac Day

Clip from Behind The News
Each year on the 25th of April, we commemorate the lives of Australians who died in war. But for one young boy, the

Each year on the 25th of April, we commemorate the lives of Australians who died in war. But for one young boy, the

Allergic reaction
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Allergic reaction

Clip from Operation Ouch!
Operation Ouch rides along with paramedics attending a man who has suffered an anaphylactic shock.

Operation Ouch rides along with paramedics attending a man who has suffered an anaphylactic shock.

What can we do about bullying?
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What can we do about bullying?

Clip from Being Me
A walk through some possible strategies that can be used to address bullying and stop it happening.

A walk through some possible strategies that can be used to address bullying and stop it happening.

A tour of the Eureka Skytower
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A tour of the Eureka Skytower

Clip from Scope
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 ...

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.

Diet of the convicts and First Fleet settlers
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Diet of the convicts and First Fleet settlers

Our History documents the conditions and challenges faced by colonists to feed themselves when they arrived in Australia.

Our History documents the conditions and challenges faced by colonists to feed themselves when they arrived in Australia.

What are clouds?
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What are clouds?

Clip from Scope
Dr Rob explains what clouds are, how they're formed and what the difference is between the different types of clouds.

Dr Rob explains what clouds are, how they're formed and what the difference is between the different types of clouds.

Learning Aboriginal English with the Honey Ant Readers
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Learning Aboriginal English with the Honey Ant Readers

Clip from Move It Mobstyle
A look at young Indigenous students learning to read with the Honey Ant readers.

A look at young Indigenous students learning to read with the Honey Ant readers.

How is glass recycled?
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How is glass recycled?

Clip from Scope
Glass is possibly the simplest of the household wastes to recycle, and it was actually one of the first materials to be recycled. So how is it done Dr Rob breaks it down.

Glass is possibly the simplest of the household wastes to recycle, and it was actually one of the first materials to be recycled. So how is it done Dr Rob breaks it down.

Kerbside recycling
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Kerbside recycling

Clip from Scope
Ever wondered what happens to all those recyclables come bin day Ainslie Kenny works for Visy Recycling and she steps through the journey of household recyclable materials, ...

Ever wondered what happens to all those recyclables come bin day Ainslie Kenny works for Visy Recycling and she steps through the journey of household recyclable materials, from kerb to facility.

Visit a desalination plant
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Visit a desalination plant

Clip from Scope
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 ...

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.

Types of rain and how it is formed
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Types of rain and how it is formed

Clip from Weather Ed
Weather Ed describes some of the different types of rain and how it is formed, including convective rain, frontal rain and orographic rain.

Weather Ed describes some of the different types of rain and how it is formed, including convective rain, frontal rain and orographic rain.

How exactly do plants grow?
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How exactly do plants grow?

Clip from Finding Stuff Out
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?

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?

Indigenous Languages
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Indigenous Languages

Clip from Behind The News
It's Reconciliation Week, a time when Australians are encouraged to promote equality and celebrate Indigenous culture. Language

It's Reconciliation Week, a time when Australians are encouraged to promote equality and celebrate Indigenous culture. Language

What is a tax?
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What is a tax?

Clip from Behind The News
BTN investigates the difference between a tax, levy, excise and co-payments in the aftermath of the 2014 Budget.

BTN investigates the difference between a tax, levy, excise and co-payments in the aftermath of the 2014 Budget.

Diabetes Awareness
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Diabetes Awareness

Clip from Behind The News
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

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

Christmas Island residents
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Christmas Island residents

Clip from Behind The News
BTN meets the residents of Christmas Island, who want to be known for their multicultural lifestyles.

BTN meets the residents of Christmas Island, who want to be known for their multicultural lifestyles.

Behind The News: #BehindYou
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Behind The News: #BehindYou

Clip from Behind The News
Friday March the 20th is the National Day of Action Against Bullying, and this year, Behind the News wants to encourage all kids

Friday March the 20th is the National Day of Action Against Bullying, and this year, Behind the News wants to encourage all kids

Preparing for natural disasters
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Preparing for natural disasters

Clip from Behind the News
How would you react in a natural disaster? See how prepared two families are to face a bushfire or cyclone

How would you react in a natural disaster? See how prepared two families are to face a bushfire or cyclone

Computer Dissection
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Computer Dissection

Clip from Scope
Junior Scientist, Carrick, demonstrates DIY computer dissection. This segment of Scope assists students to understand the major

Junior Scientist, Carrick, demonstrates DIY computer dissection. This segment of Scope assists students to understand the major

Eureka Sovereign Hill Clip:4:30mins
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Eureka Sovereign Hill Clip:4:30mins

Clip from Behind the News
From Behind the News:3/12/13 A famous event in Australia's history - the Eureka Stockade. Some historians say it played an impo

From Behind the News:3/12/13 A famous event in Australia's history - the Eureka Stockade. Some historians say it played an impo

What is a budget surplus?
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What is a budget surplus?

Clip from Behind The News
BTN looks at what a surplus is and how decisions made in the budget can effect it.

BTN looks at what a surplus is and how decisions made in the budget can effect it.

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