We take a look at a new approach to tackling cyber bullying. This program doesn't just target the bullies or the victims. Instea
A look at the controversial issue of duck hunting.
Katie the goat disappears and Sam has to endure a night in the scary bush to try and get her back. Mr Owen returns.
Totally Wild presenter Adam has two left feet when it comes to dancing. In this clip he puts his dancing skills to the test and
A walk through some possible strategies that can be used to address bullying and stop it happening.
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.
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.
A look at young Indigenous students learning to read with the Honey Ant readers.
Dr Rob explains what clouds are, how they're formed and what the difference is between the different types of clouds.
Biodiversity is a big part of any biologist's job, and in this story we'll find out exactly what it means. Nick Clemann from the
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A famous event in Australia's history - the Eureka Stockade. Some historians say it played an impo
It's Reconciliation Week, a time when Australians are encouraged to promote equality and celebrate Indigenous culture. Language
BTN looks at what a surplus is and how decisions made in the budget can effect it.
BTN investigates the difference between a tax, levy, excise and co-payments in the aftermath of the 2014 Budget.
Kamil and Kayne hit the 'big smoke' and check out some endangered urban wildlife when Bushwhacked! visits sydney - the harbour c
Comedy sketch team, Bob Hale and Rattus Rattus, guide us through the horrible history of 1914-18. This clip presents 1917.
Comedy sketch team, Bob Hale and Rattus Rattus, guide us through the horrible history of 1914-18. This first clip looks at 1914.
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
The Great Barrier Reef is the largest system of coral reefs in the world and supports an amazing variety of marine life. This pr
This clip looks at how streamlining can help to overcome friction and how air resistance is used to slow objects down.
How do bees make honey?
Julia explains the basic lifecycle of a plant and how you can create your own home-grown tomatoes.
This clip takes us through the life cycle of a salt water crocodile.
Join Dr Rob as he turns himself upside down and inside out to bring you the low down on how plastics can be used to glue bones b
The Great Barrier Reef is known as one of the seven wonders of the natural world and it attracts lots of tourists every year. Bu
BTN reports on the latest scientific steps to produce test tube burgers.
A young disabled boy is determined to save the orang-utans.
How would you react in a natural disaster? See how prepared two families are to face a bushfire or cyclone
BTN meets the residents of Christmas Island, who want to be known for their multicultural lifestyles.
This short clip explains what the nervous system is, how it controls messages between our senses to the brain and gives some pra
The world's oldest and largest environmental organisation has released a list of endangered plants and animals around the world.
Friday March the 20th is the National Day of Action Against Bullying, and this year, Behind the News wants to encourage all kids
Another clip to showcase Indigenous hip hop dance and to teach viewers how to do the dance.
Weather Ed describes some of the different types of rain and how it is formed, including convective rain, frontal rain and orographic rain.
This clip explores the force of friction.
This short clip shows how animations are created to simulate different levels of flooding and help residents plan for the worst
Kids from the town of Parkes in New South Wales recorded their voices in Wiradjuri to create a major piece of art.
Madeline empathises with Lord Covington about how he feels about his wife dying and convinces him not to sell the school. Also briefly highlights the nature of stereotypes when everyone assumes the Uzbekistani ambassador is a man.
This clip provides an overview of styles of dance and looks at the origins of break dancing.
Some of the world's top scientists now say greenhouse gas levels are the highest they've been in 800 thousand years. But what ac
This clip looks at some traditional Balinese dance moves.
After a decade long campaign, Broken Hill has become Australia's first national heritage city. It's a place packed with history
This clip from Weather Ed explains the difference between climate and weather and how the climate has shifted from warm periods
Scope reveals the science behind eggs and cooking with them
Learn how to make sherbet using science
Sam finally gets Katie to cooperate and Mr Owen returns and inspects Sam's work.
It might seem silly that plants attract animals to eat them by making a delicious fruit - but there is actually a very clever reason behind it.
This clip about water parks looks at attempt to minimise friction. It highlights the science behind water slides.
Some schools have been closed and families were warned to leave their homes because of a catastrophic fire warning. What is goin
This clip looks at the factors that affect how coral survives.
Covered in reddish brown hair, their long, strong arms are perfect for swinging through trees. Unfortunately the Orang-utan's ho
Find out how a flying fox adapts to its climate.
Optometrist Kady Brandon provides an overview of the eye and explains how our eyes work with our brain to give us the sense of s
Behind the News just loves good news and this 'Go for It' special features a group of Aboriginal kids preserving their language
How much do you know about diabetes? It's World Diabetes Day which aims to raise awareness about the condition. BtN takes a look
Katie the goat disappears and Sam has to endure a night in the scary bush to try and get her back.
Can you imagine being able to print a toy or piece of jewellery? Well now it's possible. Dr Mike Burton an Engineering Designer
Australian agriculture experts are teaching Cambodian farmers how to manage pests more effectively, BTN reports.
Have you ever wondered what happens to your yoghurt container after you_ve chucked it in the recycling bin? Well, the journey do
This clip follows Trevor Arnold from SA State Emergency Service as his team safely rescue people trapped in floods.
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