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Little Nicholas
1:27:30

Little Nicholas

SBS VICELAND  |  January 9, 2018
This French-Belgian family comedy based on a series of children's books centres on Nicolas, a young boy who discovers a life-changing fact: his mother is pregnant. He panics ...

This French-Belgian family comedy based on a series of children's books centres on Nicolas, a young boy who discovers a life-changing fact: his mother is pregnant. He panics and envisions the worst. In French. Original title: Le Petit Nicolas. Broadcast on SBS Viceland as Little Nicolas.

Dust Echoes
4:59

Dust Echoes: The Wagalak Sisters

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  ABC  |  July 23, 2013
A series revolving around ancient Dreamtime stories, uniquely interpreted by contemporary animators, musicians, artists, writers and actors. The stories explore themes such as ...

A series revolving around ancient Dreamtime stories, uniquely interpreted by contemporary animators, musicians, artists, writers and actors. The stories explore themes such as the diverse landscape of the Northern Territory; the Aboriginal moiety and kinship systems; Indigenous spirituality; power and responsibility in the community; safety and survival in the bush and Indigenous ceremonies.

Get Arty
20:56

Get Arty

Season 2  |  Episode 8  |  Discovery Kids  |  January 31, 2018
Easy tips to draw a cityscape, make a city out of milk cartons, find out what it's like to be a make-up artist on a big fashion show, and create your own fashion projects.

Easy tips to draw a cityscape, make a city out of milk cartons, find out what it's like to be a make-up artist on a big fashion show, and create your own fashion projects.

Backyard Science
12:58

Backyard Science: February 6, 2018

ABC ME  |  February 5, 2018
Classification: General Classification: General
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Attract butterflies with fake flowers, what makes you sneeze, what salt does to an ice cube, discover hidden patterns in liquid soap, find colours of the rainbow in unusual ...

Attract butterflies with fake flowers, what makes you sneeze, what salt does to an ice cube, discover hidden patterns in liquid soap, find colours of the rainbow in unusual places, and use a magnet to find iron in your breakfast cereal.

Totally Wild
24:00

Totally Wild: Aussie Outback

Season 25  |  Episode 7  |  ELEVEN  |  February 5, 2018
We're taking a trip to the Aussie outback! We visit kids living on an outback station, join a remote turtle conservation project, and meet our favourite desert critters.

We're taking a trip to the Aussie outback! We visit kids living on an outback station, join a remote turtle conservation project, and meet our favourite desert critters.

BtN Newsbreak
6:58

BtN Newsbreak: February 15, 2018

ABC ME  |  February 15, 2018
The Behind the News team reviews the history of and proposed changes to the Murray-Darling Basin Plan; students discuss indoor trampoline park safety, dangers and risks; plus ...

The Behind the News team reviews the history of and proposed changes to the Murray-Darling Basin Plan; students discuss indoor trampoline park safety, dangers and risks; plus a wrap-up of the day's news and sports results.

Behind the News
24:36

Behind the News: Voting Age Experiment/Australia's Population/Kids Contribute Survey/Plastic Campaign/Record Message

ABC ME  |  March 12, 2018
Voting Age Experiment Our next 'Ask a Reporter' topic In Australia, no one can vote in an election until they turn 18. But what would happen if that age was lowered? That's ...

Voting Age Experiment Our next 'Ask a Reporter' topic In Australia, no one can vote in an election until they turn 18. But what would happen if that age was lowered? That's something that South Australia's Commissioner for Children and Young People is aiming to test during the upcoming state election there. The group are asking school students aged 16 and 17 to vote, before adding those unofficial results to real ones to see what effect it would have had. Australia's Population - a BTN two part special Over the next two weeks, BTN will join the rest of the ABC in taking a special look at Australia's population. In the first of our two part special, we're going to take a look back at our long journey to 24 million people. We'll follow that with an investigation into where our population is headed and the debate around whether that growth is good. BTN's Kids Contribute Survey How much good do Australian kids do in their homes, schools and communities? That's exactly what we want to find out with the first ever BTN Kids Contribute Survey. Watch our story all about a young volunteer - and then jump online to fill in our short survey about all the things you do for others. Plastic Campaign Meet a 12-year old on a mission to reduce the amount of plastic in our oceans. Arlian has been dubbed the 'plastic-free boy' and he hopes to inspire kids around the country with his own documentary, 'Plastic Alarm'. Record Message The world's oldest message in a bottle has been discovered in Western Australia, 132 years after it was dropped in the ocean. It's an incredible find - and it's telling historians a more than you might expect.

BtN Newsbreak
6:57

BtN Newsbreak: March 12, 2018

ABC ME  |  March 12, 2018
The Behind the News team learns how a group of children were rescued after being trapped by flooding while on a camp at Mission Beach, North Queensland; see how children learn ...

The Behind the News team learns how a group of children were rescued after being trapped by flooding while on a camp at Mission Beach, North Queensland; see how children learn about cultures from around the globe on a visit to WOMADelaide, the World of Music, Arts and Dance festival; plus a wrap-up of the day's news and sports results.

Totally Wild
23:54

Totally Wild: Weird Pet Paradise

Season 25  |  Episode 23  |  ELEVEN  |  March 14, 2018
We're going animal crazy: taking a seal to the dentist, meeting an adorable and loud gibbon pair and chilling with a frogmouth with his own deckchair.

We're going animal crazy: taking a seal to the dentist, meeting an adorable and loud gibbon pair and chilling with a frogmouth with his own deckchair.

Finding Stuff Out
22:56

Finding Stuff Out: Squishy Animals

Season 4  |  Episode 7  |  Discovery Kids  |  March 15, 2018
Soft bodied invertebrates have no bones or major hard parts, which gives them some big advantages.

Soft bodied invertebrates have no bones or major hard parts, which gives them some big advantages.

BtN Newsbreak
6:56

BtN Newsbreak: March 21, 2018

ABC ME  |  March 21, 2018
The Behind the News team reveals how technology companies collect personal information from social media users amid criticism of Cambridge Analytica's use of Facebook data; ...

The Behind the News team reveals how technology companies collect personal information from social media users amid criticism of Cambridge Analytica's use of Facebook data; conservationists mourn the death of the last male northern white rhino, leaving two females the last of the subspecies; Aranmore Catholic College students discuss their 'Same Drum' song and music video and experience as migrants in Perth; plus a wrap-up of the day's news and sports results.

Wildwoods
10:59

Wildwoods: Cool

ABC COMEDY/ABC KIDS  |  March 24, 2018
It's a hot day and Cooper decides to build a pool in which to keep cool. When it collapses, it sends a river of water gushing through the woods, carrying Poppy away with it. ...

It's a hot day and Cooper decides to build a pool in which to keep cool. When it collapses, it sends a river of water gushing through the woods, carrying Poppy away with it. Cooper rescues her just before it's too late.

Wildwoods
10:59

Wildwoods: Guitar

ABC COMEDY/ABC KIDS  |  March 25, 2018
When Poppy accidentally damages Cooper's guitar, she feels terrible and takes the guitar away to try to clean and fix it. In the meantime, Cooper discovers that his precious ...

When Poppy accidentally damages Cooper's guitar, she feels terrible and takes the guitar away to try to clean and fix it. In the meantime, Cooper discovers that his precious guitar has vanished and searches everywhere for it.

BtN Newsbreak
6:59

BtN Newsbreak: March 27, 2018

ABC ME  |  March 27, 2018
The Behind the News team reports on the expulsion of Russian diplomats from embassies around the world, including Australia, following the poisoning of former spy Sergei ...

The Behind the News team reports on the expulsion of Russian diplomats from embassies around the world, including Australia, following the poisoning of former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yula in the UK; see how researchers are studying the mummy found inside what was thought to be an empty sarcophagus at the University of Sydney; plus a wrap-up of the day's news and sports results.

Behind the News
24:36

Behind the News: March 27, 2018

ABC ME  |  March 26, 2018
NSW and Victoria Bushfires A closer look at the bushfires that hit Victoria and New South Wales last weekend. Here's an update on where things are at now and what help is ...

NSW and Victoria Bushfires A closer look at the bushfires that hit Victoria and New South Wales last weekend. Here's an update on where things are at now and what help is still needed. What is the Commonwealth? The Commonwealth Games are just around the corner and this time the Gold Coast is hosting right here in Aus! Athletes will soon be arriving from around the world. But who decides which countries are actually invited? Voting Age Experiment Results As voters around South Australia went to the polls for the 2018 state election, hundreds of 16- and 17-year-olds were having their say as well. We told you all about it a few weeks back. But now, the results of this unique experiment are in. Mars Class Have you ever wanted to go to Mars? Well one group of high school kids get to go there every Thursday morning. Well, kind of. Easter Bilbies You probably remember seeing a lot of chocolate eggs, hot cross buns and tasty bunnies in shops leading up to Easter. But did you know, there's an Easter symbol that's a little more local - the bilby. I went to meet this threatened creature and found out how buying the chocolate version can help the real thing.

Totally Wild
23:55

Totally Wild: Up Early

Season 25  |  Episode 30  |  ELEVEN  |  March 30, 2018
Rise and shine, Wilders! We've lined up a worm-filled brekkie with the birds, meet a capybara for lunch, and play soccer with robots.

Rise and shine, Wilders! We've lined up a worm-filled brekkie with the birds, meet a capybara for lunch, and play soccer with robots.

Fantastic Mr. Fox
1:23:11

Fantastic Mr. Fox

Family  |  June 6, 2017
Mr and Mrs Fox live an idyllic home life until, after 12 years of quiet domesticity, the bucolic existence proves too much for Mr Fox's wild animal instincts. Soon he slips ...

Mr and Mrs Fox live an idyllic home life until, after 12 years of quiet domesticity, the bucolic existence proves too much for Mr Fox's wild animal instincts. Soon he slips back into his old ways as a sneaky chicken thief and in doing so, endangers not only his beloved family, but the whole animal community.

BtN Newsbreak
6:55

BtN Newsbreak: April 5, 2018

ABC ME  |  April 5, 2018
The Behind the News team looks back at the life at Martin Luter King Jr, his "I have a dream" speech and the civil rights movement; learn why the Adelaide Crows have launched ...

The Behind the News team looks back at the life at Martin Luter King Jr, his "I have a dream" speech and the civil rights movement; learn why the Adelaide Crows have launched the High School Esports League and the High School League of Legends Australia and New Zealand Championship; take a look at Melbourne's Urbnsurf wave pool; plus a wrap-up of the day's news and sports results.

BtN Newsbreak
6:55

BtN Newsbreak: April 9, 2018

ABC ME  |  April 9, 2018
The Behind the News team reports on MIT academic Les Perelman's criticism of NAPLAN, arguing that the tests are turning children into bad writers; see how the Wee Waa High ...

The Behind the News team reports on MIT academic Les Perelman's criticism of NAPLAN, arguing that the tests are turning children into bad writers; see how the Wee Waa High School Bush Bots team got into the first World Robotics Championship in Houston, after winning the South Pacific Regional meet in Sydney; plus a wrap-up of the day's news and sports results.

BtN Newsbreak
6:56

BtN Newsbreak: April 10, 2018

ABC ME  |  April 10, 2018
The Behind the News team reports on criticisms of the Walking Wounded charity and the work of the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission; see how the creators of ...

The Behind the News team reports on criticisms of the Walking Wounded charity and the work of the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission; see how the creators of The Simpsons responded to the documentary The Problem with Apu, which critiqued the show's depiction of Indian people; plus a wrap-up of the day's news and sports results.

Scope
23:58

Scope: Mining

Ten  |  May 18, 2011
When you think about mining - drilling, discovery, digging and dirt, all probably spring to mind. But what about robots, dredges and magnetic detectors? Join Dr Rob as he ...

When you think about mining - drilling, discovery, digging and dirt, all probably spring to mind. But what about robots, dredges and magnetic detectors? Join Dr Rob as he SCOPES out all the science behind mining!

Get Arty
21:45

Get Arty

Season 1  |  Episode 20  |  Discovery Kids  |  July 20, 2018
It's everything emoji in this episode. Create them out of paper, make an emoji pillow, or put a love-heart face on your nails.

It's everything emoji in this episode. Create them out of paper, make an emoji pillow, or put a love-heart face on your nails.

MathXplosion
3:29

MathXplosion: Old Math Is New Again

ABC ME  |  July 23, 2018
Travel back in time thousands of years with Eric to ancient Egypt. Discover and demystify a secret multiplication system. It's not magic, it's math.

Travel back in time thousands of years with Eric to ancient Egypt. Discover and demystify a secret multiplication system. It's not magic, it's math.

MathXplosion
3:35

MathXplosion: Eight Heads

ABC ME  |  July 23, 2018
Put heads together to figure out this experiment: we are approximately eight of our own heads tall. It's not magic, it's math.

Put heads together to figure out this experiment: we are approximately eight of our own heads tall. It's not magic, it's math.

Get Arty
23:44

Get Arty

Season 1  |  Episode 22  |  Discovery Kids  |  July 25, 2018
In an out-of-this-world episode, make your own space collage, get stardust on your lips in a simple make-up tutorial, and meet speed painter Brad Blaze.

In an out-of-this-world episode, make your own space collage, get stardust on your lips in a simple make-up tutorial, and meet speed painter Brad Blaze.

BtN Newsbreak
6:59

BtN Newsbreak: July 25, 2018

ABC ME  |  July 25, 2018
The Behind the News team report on the massive wildfires tearing through the Attica region in Greece, a dam failure in Lao which has flooded neighbouring villages, a record ...

The Behind the News team report on the massive wildfires tearing through the Attica region in Greece, a dam failure in Lao which has flooded neighbouring villages, a record breaking heat wave affecting Japan, the 200 strong elephants relocating to a new nature reserve, and the inspiring discoveries that have earnt a group of young scientists their spot in this year’s Eureka Prize; plus a wrap-up of the day's sport.

BtN Newsbreak
7:00

BtN Newsbreak: July 23, 2018

ABC ME  |  July 23, 2018
The Behind the News team report on this year’s Comic Con convention, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian’s bid to hold ten World Cups in ten years, a daring tightrope walk by ...

The Behind the News team report on this year’s Comic Con convention, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian’s bid to hold ten World Cups in ten years, a daring tightrope walk by Tatiana Mosio Bongonga in Montmartre, a new “burpees” world record, a breakdancing competition held in Adelaide and Australian pocket-rocket Sabre Norris’ well earnt Silver at the X Game.

BtN Newsbreak
6:59

BtN Newsbreak: July 16, 2018

ABC ME  |  July 16, 2018
The Behind the News team report on France’s 2018 World Cup victory over Croatia, Bastille Day celebrations in Paris, the landslides and flooding continuing to wreak havoc on ...

The Behind the News team report on France’s 2018 World Cup victory over Croatia, Bastille Day celebrations in Paris, the landslides and flooding continuing to wreak havoc on Japan and the enormous iceberg looming over a small Icelandic village; plus a wrap-up of the day's news and sport.

Totally Wild
23:57

Totally Wild

Season 25  |  Episode 81  |  ELEVEN  |  July 27, 2018
Want to take a BTS tour on a movie set? Tick! Meet a celebrity dog? Tick! Do vaulting, 'saulting' and performing? Tick again. Plus, why koalas are fussy, and the sport which ...

Want to take a BTS tour on a movie set? Tick! Meet a celebrity dog? Tick! Do vaulting, 'saulting' and performing? Tick again. Plus, why koalas are fussy, and the sport which starts before dawn.

BtN Newsbreak
6:59

BtN Newsbreak: July 27, 2018

ABC ME  |  July 27, 2018
The Behind the News team report on the banning of new petrol and diesel cars in favour of electric by 2040 in the UK, massive fires in the south of France, the robotic ...

The Behind the News team report on the banning of new petrol and diesel cars in favour of electric by 2040 in the UK, massive fires in the south of France, the robotic replacement of workers in future workplaces, and the amazing achievement of a Sydney teenager who has become the youngest Australian male to swim across the English Channel.

Totally Wild
23:56

Totally Wild

Season 25  |  Episode 82  |  ELEVEN  |  July 30, 2018
Want your daily dose of adorable? Look no further. We meet not one, not two, not three but eight border collie puppies! Plus, hang time with a wombat joey. Cutes all round - ...

Want your daily dose of adorable? Look no further. We meet not one, not two, not three but eight border collie puppies! Plus, hang time with a wombat joey. Cutes all round - so tune in.

BtN Newsbreak
6:59

BtN Newsbreak: July 26, 2018

ABC ME  |  July 26, 2018
The Behind the News team report on new signs of life on Mars as a result of the recent discovery of a potential 20km underground lake on the planet, Tasmania’s attempts to ...

The Behind the News team report on new signs of life on Mars as a result of the recent discovery of a potential 20km underground lake on the planet, Tasmania’s attempts to quell a serious meningococcal outbreak, the banning of straws in central Adelaide, attempts to relieve animals from the heatwave gripping Europe, and a young Australian rockstar taking on the world of competitive rock climbing.

MathXplosion
3:00

MathXplosion: How Tall Is a Tree?

ABC ME  |  July 30, 2018
How can you find the height of something tall, like a tree or a basketball net, without using a ladder? All you need is to follow the rule of thumb. It's not magic, it's math.

How can you find the height of something tall, like a tree or a basketball net, without using a ladder? All you need is to follow the rule of thumb. It's not magic, it's math.

BtN Newsbreak
6:59

BtN Newsbreak: July 30, 2018

ABC ME  |  July 30, 2018
The Behind the News team report on New South Wales farmers struggling with the drought, the Super Saturday by-elections as a result of the citizenship saga engrossing ...

The Behind the News team report on New South Wales farmers struggling with the drought, the Super Saturday by-elections as a result of the citizenship saga engrossing parliament last year, the deadly 6.4-magnitude earthquake that hit the Indonesian island of Lombok, the weekend’s lunar eclipse, and the winners of the Young Archie portrait competition; plus a wrap-up of the day's sport, which includes the first Welsh winner of the Tour de France.

Yarramundi Kids
25:59

Yarramundi Kids: Games We Play

Season 1  |  Episode 13  |  NITV  |  July 18, 2018
This show is about games. We learn the Darug word for playing, meet todays guest Yaarnz man, Paul Sinclair, and Uncle Chris shows us how to use ochres as paint.

This show is about games. We learn the Darug word for playing, meet todays guest Yaarnz man, Paul Sinclair, and Uncle Chris shows us how to use ochres as paint.

Backyard Science
12:59

Backyard Science: June 4, 2018

ABC ME  |  June 4, 2018
Classification: General Classification: General
This video has closed captioning
Find out which side your toast is buttered on, take off with some high-tech paper planes, relieve the pressure by getting in too deep, use a whole lot of hot air to blow up ...

Find out which side your toast is buttered on, take off with some high-tech paper planes, relieve the pressure by getting in too deep, use a whole lot of hot air to blow up balloons and sculpt a plant maze that is sure to grow on you.

BtN Newsbreak
6:57

BtN Newsbreak: May 15, 2018

ABC ME  |  May 15, 2018
The Behind the News team find out what the problem is with trans fat, all about a big surprise in Indonesia and a cure for the common cold.

The Behind the News team find out what the problem is with trans fat, all about a big surprise in Indonesia and a cure for the common cold.

Scope
24:00

Scope: Trees

Ten  |  January 22, 2010
You probably use many products made from their wood and breathe in the oxygen they create, but how much do you actually know about trees? Join Dr Rob as he plants a few ...

You probably use many products made from their wood and breathe in the oxygen they create, but how much do you actually know about trees? Join Dr Rob as he plants a few seedlings and SCOPES out all the science behind trees.

BtN Newsbreak
6:59

BtN Newsbreak: July 18, 2018

ABC ME  |  July 18, 2018
The Behind the News team report on the new surfing rules proposed for Bondi beach, a new group of moons found around Jupiter, a bear’s cheeky dip in a backyard pool and “swan ...

The Behind the News team report on the new surfing rules proposed for Bondi beach, a new group of moons found around Jupiter, a bear’s cheeky dip in a backyard pool and “swan upping”, the annual swan count with a 15th century royal legacy; plus a wrap-up of the day's news and sport.

BtN Newsbreak
6:59

BtN Newsbreak: July 24, 2018

ABC ME  |  July 24, 2018
The Behind the News team report on the ABC’s War on Waste and a special in-studio interview with the host Craig Reucassel, Russia’s annual redhead festival celebrating fiery ...

The Behind the News team report on the ABC’s War on Waste and a special in-studio interview with the host Craig Reucassel, Russia’s annual redhead festival celebrating fiery locks everywhere, new policies giving NSW public school girls new freedoms over their uniform, and a famous little gnome town that was washed away during a recent storm; plus a wrap-up of the day's sport.

Totally Wild
23:57

Totally Wild: Hop to IT

Season 25  |  Episode 45  |  ELEVEN  |  May 4, 2018
Hop to it, team! We're learning a thing or two about the roo, skilling up on our footy bounce, and meeting the beautiful, big-eared bilby.

Hop to it, team! We're learning a thing or two about the roo, skilling up on our footy bounce, and meeting the beautiful, big-eared bilby.

Totally Wild
23:59

Totally Wild: Thirst Quencher

Season 25  |  Episode 44  |  ELEVEN  |  May 2, 2018
From making delicious pretzels to finding the perfect pineapple and meeting happy pigs in mud, this episode is an overload for the senses.

From making delicious pretzels to finding the perfect pineapple and meeting happy pigs in mud, this episode is an overload for the senses.

Scope
23:52

Scope: Great Barrier Reef

Ten  |  June 24, 2010
It spans an area the size 70 million football fields. It's bigger than New Zealand. It's so big you can even see it from space! What is it? The Great Barrier Reef! Join Dr Rob ...

It spans an area the size 70 million football fields. It's bigger than New Zealand. It's so big you can even see it from space! What is it? The Great Barrier Reef! Join Dr Rob as he takes the plunge to explore this underwater wonderland, proving once again that the ordinary really does become extraordinary under the SCOPE!

Behind the News
24:29

Behind the News: August 7, 2018

ABC ME  |  August 7, 2018
A high-energy, fun way for upper primary and secondary students to learn about current issues and events in their world. Each program is built around major news stories of the ...

A high-energy, fun way for upper primary and secondary students to learn about current issues and events in their world. Each program is built around major news stories of the week.

Project Planet
23:59

Project Planet: Mission Dropped

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  ABC ME  |  July 25, 2018
Five passionate waste warriors are set sustainability challenges and lead the charge to turn things around at their schools. Their varied individual missions are full of tips ...

Five passionate waste warriors are set sustainability challenges and lead the charge to turn things around at their schools. Their varied individual missions are full of tips on how to help the environment.

BtN Newsbreak
7:07

BtN Newsbreak: August 2, 2018

ABC ME  |  August 2, 2018
The Behind the News team report on the drought affecting school kids and families in Manilla in NSW, Akshay Venkatesh’s well-deserved Fields Medal award, Coles’ flip-flopping ...

The Behind the News team report on the drought affecting school kids and families in Manilla in NSW, Akshay Venkatesh’s well-deserved Fields Medal award, Coles’ flip-flopping over single-use plastic bags, and the Swedish jewel heist fit for a James Bond film; plus a wrap-up of the day's news and sport.

BtN Newsbreak
6:59

BtN Newsbreak: August 7, 2018

ABC ME  |  August 7, 2018
The Behind the News team report on a recent study looking at “hothouse climates” and what they mean for humans, animals and the planet alike, the rescue mission underway in ...

The Behind the News team report on a recent study looking at “hothouse climates” and what they mean for humans, animals and the planet alike, the rescue mission underway in Lombok after another earthquake strikes the island cluster, Australia’s population milestone, the Macquarie Island Antarctic research station turns 70th; plus a wrap-up of the day's news and sport.

MathXplosion
2:57

MathXplosion: The Perfect Square

ABC ME  |  August 6, 2018
Using non-standard measurement units and anthropometric proportionality ratios, this episode reinforces the notion that reliable units can be derived from representational ...

Using non-standard measurement units and anthropometric proportionality ratios, this episode reinforces the notion that reliable units can be derived from representational objects in the everyday world.

BtN Newsbreak
6:59

BtN Newsbreak: August 9, 2018

ABC ME  |  August 9, 2018
Find out what's going on in the world with a news bulletin designed for children, featuring stories that are relevant and easy to understand.

Find out what's going on in the world with a news bulletin designed for children, featuring stories that are relevant and easy to understand.

BtN Newsbreak
6:59

BtN Newsbreak: August 10, 2018

ABC ME  |  August 10, 2018
The Behind the News team report on how NASA is preparing to shoot for the sun, the earthquake that has affected Indonesia, National Indigenous awards that will be held in ...

The Behind the News team report on how NASA is preparing to shoot for the sun, the earthquake that has affected Indonesia, National Indigenous awards that will be held in Darwin tomorrow, the latest details on the women's league plus a wrap-up of the day's news and sport.

How to Eat Fried Worms
1:20:23

How to Eat Fried Worms

Family  |  December 5, 2017
How to Eat Fried Worms tells the story of Billy, an eleven-year-old who inadvertently challenges the town bully, Joe Guire, on his first day at a new school.

How to Eat Fried Worms tells the story of Billy, an eleven-year-old who inadvertently challenges the town bully, Joe Guire, on his first day at a new school.

Behind The News
24:29

Behind The News: 30/07/2013

ABC  |  July 30, 2013
PNG PLAN The Prime Minister has announced that asylum seekers who arrive by boat will now be processed in Papua New Guinea. And if they're found to be genuine refugees ...

PNG PLAN The Prime Minister has announced that asylum seekers who arrive by boat will now be processed in Papua New Guinea. And if they're found to be genuine refugees they'll not be allowed to stay in Australia but they can settle in PNG. Some think it's a good idea - others say it's unfair. YOUTH VOTE A new date for the next Federal Election is expected soon. And when it happens people who aren't on the roll only have a short time to register. We look at the campaign aimed at getting young people on the electoral roll. KIDS SLEEP These days kids have access to a lot of hand held digital devices....but there's a potential downside. Researchers have found that using tablets or phones just before bedtime can actually keep you awake. It's all to do with the light they give off and the mixed messages sent to our brains. PRINCIPAL 4ADAY Imagine you could be principal of your shcool for a whole day. Would it be easy or hard - fun or stressful? We meet one girl who got the chance to do just that ...and followed her around as she tried to juggle friendships and discipline. SURFSCHOOL Kids living in outback towns don't always get a chance to experience some of the things city kids do - like surfing at a beach. But a group of students has been given a taste of surfboard riding as well as some valuable lessons on beach safety.

What Makes Me, Me?
7:16

What Makes Me, Me?: What Makes Me, Me?

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  ABC  |  July 24, 2013
A humorous and engaging series of short films, exploring fundamental philosophical concepts through everyday questions that children ask, and adults often struggle to answer. ...

A humorous and engaging series of short films, exploring fundamental philosophical concepts through everyday questions that children ask, and adults often struggle to answer. Today, during a long and dangerous voyage Dave's ship needs several repairs, eventually meaning that every single part of the ship has been replaced. When he gets home his wife is convinced he has a different ship.

Behind The News Specials
15:00

Behind The News Specials: Food Matters

ABC  |  July 31, 2013
In this BtN Special we explore the many facets of food and eating. Food is an important part of our lives and we visit a school where kids are growing their own garden and ...

In this BtN Special we explore the many facets of food and eating. Food is an important part of our lives and we visit a school where kids are growing their own garden and cooking their own meals. How do we sustain food quantities so everyone in the world eats fairly and healthily? We look at the food of the future and ask should we be eating insects? In contrast, some eat far too much. Even in developing countries obesity is becoming a health crisis.

Classic Tales
5:00

Classic Tales: The Emperor's New Clothes

ABC  |  July 24, 2013
Classic tales that have entertained and enchanted generations of kids all around the world are brought to life through contemporary animation. Today, an Emperor's vanity ...

Classic tales that have entertained and enchanted generations of kids all around the world are brought to life through contemporary animation. Today, an Emperor's vanity causes him to behave extremely stupidly.

Scope
23:55

Scope: Five Star Science

Season 3  |  Episode 118  |  ELEVEN  |  July 29, 2016
Prepare your tastebuds for some mouth-watering, culinary science. So join Dr Rob as he once again turns the ordinary into the extraordinary.

Prepare your tastebuds for some mouth-watering, culinary science. So join Dr Rob as he once again turns the ordinary into the extraordinary.

Behind The News Specials
15:00

Behind The News Specials: Kids Doing Good

ABC  |  November 13, 2012
In this Behind the News Special we focus on the good things kids do. From the guys going without to raise money for those less fortunate, to kids learning surf lifesaving and ...

In this Behind the News Special we focus on the good things kids do. From the guys going without to raise money for those less fortunate, to kids learning surf lifesaving and first aid to help save lives, there's a lot of good being done.

Inside Life
27:54

Inside Life: Fish Frenzy

Season 1  |  Episode 6  |  ABC ME  |  October 25, 2011
From spotting dolphins in Wales to spotting whales in Argentina, Sam Wigfield needs eagle eyes if he is to help the life team achieve their mission and film a bait ball out at sea.

From spotting dolphins in Wales to spotting whales in Argentina, Sam Wigfield needs eagle eyes if he is to help the life team achieve their mission and film a bait ball out at sea.

Behind The News
24:29

Behind The News: 4/06/2013

ABC  |  June 4, 2013
CAR MANUFACTURING Ford has said it's going to stop making cars in Australia. More than a thousand people will lose their jobs. So what does that mean for the future of the ...

CAR MANUFACTURING Ford has said it's going to stop making cars in Australia. More than a thousand people will lose their jobs. So what does that mean for the future of the car industry in this country? MALARIA Malaria is one of the biggest killers of children in the world. So why don't we hear more about it? Some well known people are trying to raise awareness about malaria and the ways we can fight the problem. COMMUNITY RADIO We look at the future of community radio. The Government has decided it will cut funding to digital radio stations. Some digital stations say they may have to close. FOOTBALL FOR ALL Sport can be a great way of bringing people together and that's exactly what's happening at one football club in Victoria. A group of mainly Muslim girls have got together to create their own team. While they may be struggling on the ladder they're making their mark in other ways. DOG SLED Dog sledding is a sport that people might associate with cold and snowy conditions overseas. But did you know that people also compete at dog sledding in Australia? So how do you race on dry land? Tash finds out.

Cyberchase
22:04

Cyberchase: Ecohaven Ooze

Season 5  |  Episode 2  |  ABC  |  May 15, 2013
The CyberSquad must build a 'Trojan Ducky' in order to sneak past Hacker and save EcoHaven. But first they must must make a model of their invention and work out how to get it ...

The CyberSquad must build a 'Trojan Ducky' in order to sneak past Hacker and save EcoHaven. But first they must must make a model of their invention and work out how to get it to waddle.

Behind The News
24:29

Behind The News: 12/03/2013

ABC  |  March 11, 2013
MARGINAL SEATS The leaders of our two main political parties have already started campaigning ahead of the next election. Most of their time has been spent talking to voters ...

MARGINAL SEATS The leaders of our two main political parties have already started campaigning ahead of the next election. Most of their time has been spent talking to voters in Western Sydney. So, if they want the whole of Australia to vote for them, why are they concentrating on just a few areas? Sarah looks at the importance of marginal seats. RECYCLING CANNED A scheme to pay people for every bottle they recycle has had a positive impact on the environment in South Australia. It's so good that the Northern Territory government decided to bring in the scheme too. But that idea has been blocked by a court. Nathan explains. FLUORIDE WATER For years fluoride has been added to water because it helps to prevent tooth decay. Most people regard it as an important public health breakthrough. But some councils in Queensland have been voting to remove it from their water supply. Tash looks at why. SHAKESPEARE IN SCHOOL Learning about the playwright William Shakespeare is usually something kids do in high school. But now his works are being studied in some primary schools too. So who is Shakespeare and why is it important for kids to study him? MONSTER TRUCKS We meet a kid who's been involved with monster trucks for most of his life. Find out more about these amazing machines and what they can do.

Behind The News
24:30

Behind The News: 28/05/2013

ABC  |  May 28, 2013
TORNADOES Powerful tornadoes have devastated parts of America. People have died and thousands of buildings have been destroyed. BtN explains how tornadoes happen and why they ...

TORNADOES Powerful tornadoes have devastated parts of America. People have died and thousands of buildings have been destroyed. BtN explains how tornadoes happen and why they are really common in this part of the world. VACCINATION ROW The vaccination debate is back in the news after the NSW Opposition said they want to introduce a plan to ban unvaccinated kids from childcare centres. Figures have also been released that show immunisation rates in some parts of NSW have hit record lows. BtN explores the impact vaccines have had on controlling disease over the years and why people are opposed to the new plan. MABO June 3rd marks the anniversary of the Australian High Court's landmark Mabo decision which gave important land rights to Indigenous Australians. We take a look at the life of Eddie Mabo and why he's considered a significant Australian. BLIND RADIO Nas Campanella has a voice that you may recognise as she's the newsreader on the radio station Triple J. But recently the newsreader was in the news herself when she let it be known that she is blind. So how does Nas read all those news bulletins and operate all the buttons and knobs if she can't see? LUGE GIRL BtN profiles a crazy and dangerous winter sport called luge. We meet an amazing athlete who's overcome some huge setbacks to become one of the best young competitors in Australia.

Behind The News Specials
15:00

Behind The News Specials: Future Science

ABC  |  November 27, 2012
Behind the News loves to look ahead and in this 'Future Science' Special we do just that. We meet the lab team working on a shark repellent. Then there's the scientists ...

Behind the News loves to look ahead and in this 'Future Science' Special we do just that. We meet the lab team working on a shark repellent. Then there's the scientists inventing synthetic meat in the lab. And finally we discover how using sound in the same way that bats use it can help blind people to see?

Scope
23:58

Scope: Science Of A

Ten  |  December 27, 2012
Join Dr Rob and be A-mazed and A-stounded by all science starting with the letter 'A'!

Join Dr Rob and be A-mazed and A-stounded by all science starting with the letter 'A'!

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