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Meredith realises that Lee Kaa believes there is a connection between her visions and the earthquakes. Her grandparents visit and nana drops a bombshell: she knew Shelly Gentry!

Meredith realises that Lee Kaa believes there is a connection between her visions and the earthquakes. Her grandparents visit and nana drops a bombshell: she knew Shelly Gentry!

Racers start your engines it's TW WOW time as Adam lives out his boyhood dream and learns how to fly a Tiger ARH helicopter in a hi-tech simulator and Pip gets a lesson in ...

Racers start your engines it's TW WOW time as Adam lives out his boyhood dream and learns how to fly a Tiger ARH helicopter in a hi-tech simulator and Pip gets a lesson in animatronic monster making from Academy Award winner John Cox.

Racers start your engines it's TW WOW time as Adam lives out his boyhood dream and learns how to fly a Tiger ARH helicopter in a hi-tech simulator and Pip gets a lesson in ...

Racers start your engines it's TW WOW time as Adam lives out his boyhood dream and learns how to fly a Tiger ARH helicopter in a hi-tech simulator and Pip gets a lesson in animatronic monster making from Academy Award winner John Cox.

What's a science special without a trip into space? We take a peek through a massive telescope and look at the technology behind space suits. Meanwhile back on earth ...

What's a science special without a trip into space? We take a peek through a massive telescope and look at the technology behind space suits. Meanwhile back on earth -reinventing the gold rush and a fantastic new plastic.

BASIN PLAN It grows 40-percent of all the food we produce in this country and sustains 30,000 wetlands. But the Murray Darling basin is under severe stress. Both sides agree ...

BASIN PLAN It grows 40-percent of all the food we produce in this country and sustains 30,000 wetlands. But the Murray Darling basin is under severe stress. Both sides agree there is a problem and Nathan looks at the plan to get the farming and environment balance right. CHILE RESCUE Chile's 33 trapped miners will enjoy life above ground after spending 10-weeks stuck in the San Jose mine. Some will become stars with book deals and spots on popular TV shows, so Kirsty explores how the miners were pulled to safety and how their lives will change. NEWSPAPERS Last week we tuned into the world of radio and now we open up the pages of the newspaper business. Papers are a big segment of the mass media but with mobile communications invading our lives Tash finds out if print is facing extinction. FRED'S VAN Imagine not having a clean bed and lots of food to come home to. Each day around 1 in every 200 Aussies faces that situation. But thanks to charity organisations and volunteers, homeless and disadvantaged people are being given a helping hand. Tash meets some kids working in Fred's Van who are making a difference. RODEO KIDS Jumping on the back of a bucking bull or a wild horse is not something a lot of kids would call fun! But for some people rodeos aren't only an adrenalin rush, they're a serious career. The sport is rounding up more interested kids and as Kirsty reports it can even help them sort out a few personal problems.

Despite her parent's objections, Meredith meets Lee Kaa secretly and he passes on his old knowledge. Cardwell keeps trying to win Grace over and he reveals his plans to move ...

Despite her parent's objections, Meredith meets Lee Kaa secretly and he passes on his old knowledge. Cardwell keeps trying to win Grace over and he reveals his plans to move back to the Bay permanently.

As SCOPE viewers will know, science doesn't always happen in a lab - in fact, there are plenty of trades that rely on science! In this episode, we investigate the science of ...

As SCOPE viewers will know, science doesn't always happen in a lab - in fact, there are plenty of trades that rely on science! In this episode, we investigate the science of mechanics, plumbers, blacksmiths, boilermakers, electricians, and carpenters.

Get ready for a cracking TW as Pip learns how to whip crack, Adam finds out what it takes to be an Aeronautical Engineer, the Tess express checks out model trains and Col ...

Get ready for a cracking TW as Pip learns how to whip crack, Adam finds out what it takes to be an Aeronautical Engineer, the Tess express checks out model trains and Col makes a puppet of himself.

TEAM GILLARD The PM has picked her team and just like a sports team they all have their specialist positions to play. Nathan looks at who's got a jersey in the new cabinet, ...

TEAM GILLARD The PM has picked her team and just like a sports team they all have their specialist positions to play. Nathan looks at who's got a jersey in the new cabinet, what skills they'll need and how they'll start delivering on election promises. COMMONWEALTH GAMES The opening is just around the corner so this week we look at where the idea of the Commonwealth Games came from. Sarah takes a trip back in time to explore the origin of the British Empire and the Commonwealth. PRECIOUS METAL Bling is the thing but what makes gold so attractive to investors? Gold has long been a prized commodity and it's getting more valuable. Tash digs around to uncover the reason this metal has become so precious. SWIM STAR Fancy a dip at 4.30am? For swimmers in training that's a part of their normal day. Sarah meets some kids hoping to be stars of the future and finds at a star swimmer from the past who's making an amazing comeback. RABBIT RACE Speed course, long jump and high jump are just a few of the events you'll see trackside at the rabbit racing competition! Tash meets the kids training their furry athletes and competing for glory in this growing sport.

LOOSE LIPS When is it acceptable for governments to keep secrets? This week there's been a lot of talk about the website, Wikileaks after it revealed some top secret ...

LOOSE LIPS When is it acceptable for governments to keep secrets? This week there's been a lot of talk about the website, Wikileaks after it revealed some top secret information about the war in Afghanistan. It's made some people very angry, but others think the public have a right to know what's going on. POLLIE SPEAK BtN examines some of the key words and phrases that you'll hear time and time again during the election campaign. From Work Choices and the Education revolution to Back to Surplus - what do they actually mean and why are the politicians so keen to keep repeating them? PRECIOUS METAL We look at an increasingly important metal, Lithium. It's a significant ingredient in enabling batteries to store and expel power. Some experts think that Lithium could one day become as valuable as oil and gold. It's big news for the South American country Bolivia which has the world's biggest lithium reserves. RISK TAKERS Have you ever done something that's given you a real adrenaline rush? Scientists have been on a mission to find out why young people, and particularly young boys, are big risk-takers. And why would such behaviour evolve, when it's potentially harmful - even lethal? BACKYARD BEES We report on the growing movement to bring beekeeping into our backyards. Keeping bees in the city can be an environmentally friendly way of making honey. And it's not as hard as you might think. But there are rules, so watch BtN to make sure you don't get stung.

Dr Rob and the team take a look at turning plant waste into Ethanol, check out some algae which are helping make fuel and go for a ride on TREV, the electric vehicle of the future!

Dr Rob and the team take a look at turning plant waste into Ethanol, check out some algae which are helping make fuel and go for a ride on TREV, the electric vehicle of the future!

Mexico
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Mexico: Welcome To Mexico

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  ABC  |  August 12, 2010
This program introduces Mexico, its varied landscapes and diverse people - from arid deserts to lush tropical rainforests. Presenter Jayne Constantinis visits the small ...

This program introduces Mexico, its varied landscapes and diverse people - from arid deserts to lush tropical rainforests. Presenter Jayne Constantinis visits the small historical town of Taxco, famous for its silver and meets a family who live there.

Racers start your engines it's TW WOW time as Adam lives out his boyhood dream and learns how to fly a Tiger ARH helicopter in a hi-tech simulator and Pip gets a lesson in ...

Racers start your engines it's TW WOW time as Adam lives out his boyhood dream and learns how to fly a Tiger ARH helicopter in a hi-tech simulator and Pip gets a lesson in animatronic monster making from Academy Award winner John Cox.

AIRCRAFT GROUNDED Bits of aircraft dropping off in mid-air is always concerning and has resulted in the grounding of the new Qantas A380 super-jumbo. Amid the finger-pointing ...

AIRCRAFT GROUNDED Bits of aircraft dropping off in mid-air is always concerning and has resulted in the grounding of the new Qantas A380 super-jumbo. Amid the finger-pointing over who's to blame Kirsty looks at what it takes to keep these complex machines in the air. BANK BUSINESS People are really angry at the banks after one decided to charge more for their loans. Many have said that banks are too greedy and already make big enough profits. Nathan looks at the business of banks to find out what they're really all about. FREE RANGE PIGS The Australian pork industry is about to vote on whether to get rid the cages where pregnant pigs are kept until they give birth. 95% of farmers still use the cages and there's a push to get more 'free range' pigs on farms. Tash finds out what makes a product 'free range' and how to tell if we're buying the real deal. HIGH DEFINITION TV As the switch to full digital in 2013 approaches people are turfing out the old telly and discovering a raft of new channels. There's loads of new jargon with terms like SD, HD and full-HD being tossed around. So this week Tash looks at what's on offer and what it is that makes HDTV different from the rest. PODCLASS School kids in Italy have taken on a new subject called podclass. Their ex-DJ teacher has injected some new technology and turned some of the kids' least-favourite lessons into fun. Tash tunes in to find out what it is that makes podclass such a hit.

What can make a chicken, a computer and a human sick? A Virus! They aren't "alive" but they can infect us, multiply inside us, and prove a serious challenge for our immune ...

What can make a chicken, a computer and a human sick? A Virus! They aren't "alive" but they can infect us, multiply inside us, and prove a serious challenge for our immune systems. So what are viruses and how do they work? Join Dr Rob to find out!

Meredith is avoiding Lee Kaa. Tensions rise in the house and Dad accepts Cardwell's offer to design an eco-friendly development. Kate is furious and takes drastic action. ...

Meredith is avoiding Lee Kaa. Tensions rise in the house and Dad accepts Cardwell's offer to design an eco-friendly development. Kate is furious and takes drastic action. Meredith has her most frightening vision yet.

Dr Rob becomes a VIP and makes some noise with a rock band! No, he hasn't ditched Scope and his beloved lab coat; he's looking at the science behind instruments and music.

Dr Rob becomes a VIP and makes some noise with a rock band! No, he hasn't ditched Scope and his beloved lab coat; he's looking at the science behind instruments and music.

It is crucial to life, fertilizer and fireworks. We all live in it, but just how much do you know about Nitrogen? This week on Scope we find out how airbags work, we take a ...

It is crucial to life, fertilizer and fireworks. We all live in it, but just how much do you know about Nitrogen? This week on Scope we find out how airbags work, we take a trip to the dentist to investigate laughing gas, and Dr. Rob plays around with some liquid nitrogen!

What do football, rugby, Australian Rules, squash, tennis baseball and golf all have in common? They're all sports that use some type of ball, and of course science!

What do football, rugby, Australian Rules, squash, tennis baseball and golf all have in common? They're all sports that use some type of ball, and of course science!

This series of short documentaries presents biographical accounts of Australian personalities, both past and present, drawn from various facets of Australian life. Today: ...

This series of short documentaries presents biographical accounts of Australian personalities, both past and present, drawn from various facets of Australian life. Today: Mary MacKillop.

You can't see them but they are everywhere, in fact without them there would be no life on earth as we know it. Join Dr Rob as goes on high alert and SCOPES out all the ...

You can't see them but they are everywhere, in fact without them there would be no life on earth as we know it. Join Dr Rob as goes on high alert and SCOPES out all the science behind bacteria.

Experiments are a really important part of any science. They can test theories, prove a point or just be a great demonstration of a scientific principle. So join Dr Rob and ...

Experiments are a really important part of any science. They can test theories, prove a point or just be a great demonstration of a scientific principle. So join Dr Rob and his team of young scientists as they SCOPE out all the science behind experiments.

Get ready for an episode dedicated to the simplest and lightest element of all! See how hydrogen is made on a commercial scale, find out how hydrogen helps to gather ...

Get ready for an episode dedicated to the simplest and lightest element of all! See how hydrogen is made on a commercial scale, find out how hydrogen helps to gather information about the weather and meet some hydrogen-producing algae!

This week on Scope we are crashing and bashing our way through a rather destructive episode... all in the name of science! Join us as we get some air in a monster truck, ...

This week on Scope we are crashing and bashing our way through a rather destructive episode... all in the name of science! Join us as we get some air in a monster truck, experiment with some water balloons, demolish a building or two and have a smashing time with glass!

We have trekked through the desert and flown through the sky but this week, Scope is plunging into the ocean to find all the science that flows beneath. Join us as we listen ...

We have trekked through the desert and flown through the sky but this week, Scope is plunging into the ocean to find all the science that flows beneath. Join us as we listen out for whale songs, check in with some oyster farmers and spend a day in the life of a busy port.

Our senses are sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch. Join Dr Rob as he SCOPES out all the science behind the five human senses. And, once again the ordinary becomes ...

Our senses are sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch. Join Dr Rob as he SCOPES out all the science behind the five human senses. And, once again the ordinary becomes extraordinary, under the SCOPE.

Animalia
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Animalia: Tomorrow

Season 1  |  Episode 36  |  ABC  |  December 8, 2011
Alex and Zoe are two kids who find themselves in an extraordinary situation. After stumbling across a magical portal hidden in the town library they're led to a parallel ...

Alex and Zoe are two kids who find themselves in an extraordinary situation. After stumbling across a magical portal hidden in the town library they're led to a parallel dimension, a sophisticated world called ANIMALIA.

To prove that science really is everywhere, Dr Rob and Julia show us how things are made - from recycled bikes to glue to footballs and even snow!

To prove that science really is everywhere, Dr Rob and Julia show us how things are made - from recycled bikes to glue to footballs and even snow!

Cyberchase
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Cyberchase: Sensible Flats

Season 1  |  Episode 5  |  ABC  |  March 8, 2011
Cyberchase is an animated series teaching kids that math is everywhere, everyone can be good at it, and it's fun. Today, Hacker is accused of taking too much land in Sensible ...

Cyberchase is an animated series teaching kids that math is everywhere, everyone can be good at it, and it's fun. Today, Hacker is accused of taking too much land in Sensible Flats. Jackie, Matt, and Inez try to prove his innocence in exchange for the antidote to Motherboard's virus.

Animalia
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Animalia: Getting Over The Glums

Season 1  |  Episode 25  |  ABC  |  December 1, 2011
Livingstone and Reenie are struck by the glums, a rare Animalian version of what we call the blues. If not treated properly, the glums can be irreversible. There is only one ...

Livingstone and Reenie are struck by the glums, a rare Animalian version of what we call the blues. If not treated properly, the glums can be irreversible. There is only one cure - a good long laugh.

From auto pilots, to washing machines and ATMs, we humans do like to automate things! Tune into this automatic episode of SCOPE to find out why and how we do it! Check out how ...

From auto pilots, to washing machines and ATMs, we humans do like to automate things! Tune into this automatic episode of SCOPE to find out why and how we do it! Check out how factories automate their production lines, catch up with a robot that can solve the rubik's cube and meet Robonaut, the robotic astronaut!

The world of science and its researchers are always looking at ways to make things new and better. On this episode of SCOPE, Dr. Rob takes a look at some of the new materials ...

The world of science and its researchers are always looking at ways to make things new and better. On this episode of SCOPE, Dr. Rob takes a look at some of the new materials that have been created, from a shock absorbing playground surface to a jelly that seals wounds!

Animal stories are always a hit with the BtN audience and this time we're looking specifically at pets. From the slithery to the unconventional and the more popular dogs and ...

Animal stories are always a hit with the BtN audience and this time we're looking specifically at pets. From the slithery to the unconventional and the more popular dogs and cats there's something for all animal lovers.

In this Behind the News special we take a look at some of the issues affecting animals. There's the controversy over banning dangerous breeds of dogs, the life of a police ...

In this Behind the News special we take a look at some of the issues affecting animals. There's the controversy over banning dangerous breeds of dogs, the life of a police horse and the processes lost and abandoned animals go through when they find themselves in an animal shelter.

Breathing, eating, talking, walking, thinking, in fact everything to do with your body is controlled by your brain. Join Dr Rob as he puts on his thinking cap and SCOPES out ...

Breathing, eating, talking, walking, thinking, in fact everything to do with your body is controlled by your brain. Join Dr Rob as he puts on his thinking cap and SCOPES out all the science behind the brain.

Gun Control There's been a mass shooting in America which has killed lots of people. Now there's a lot of talk about whether the U.S. needs to tighten its gun laws. We take a ...

Gun Control There's been a mass shooting in America which has killed lots of people. Now there's a lot of talk about whether the U.S. needs to tighten its gun laws. We take a look at that debate and we also examine Australia's rules on gun control. Olympic TV The Olympics is one of the greatest shows on earth... but not everyone's allowed to show it. We take a look at the multi-million dollar TV rights deal for the Olympics. The rules of this contract are so strict that the Olympics are pretty much off limits for most TV programs, including BtN. Globesity Obesity has been a problem in the western world for a long time. But now developing countries, which once struggled even to feed their populations, have started to develop big problems with obesity. Nathan looks at how obesity has spread around the world and examines the health issues that have come with it. Cashless Society Can you imagine living in a world without money? It sounds a bit far fetched... but we're just talking about getting rid of actual hard cash, the notes and coins that we use every day. So many transactions are done online or at the swipe of a card and new technologies are going to make this even more common. Some people think this may mean the end for notes and coins. Kids and Cows For kids in the country handling cattle is a way of life. It's also a kind of sport and there are competitions around the country were young cattle handlers show off their skills. Sarah had a look at a cattle show that's just for kids.

Mammals do it, reptiles do it, birds do it, in fact every living thing does it and even when they have trouble doing it scientists are making sure they can. So what are we ...

Mammals do it, reptiles do it, birds do it, in fact every living thing does it and even when they have trouble doing it scientists are making sure they can. So what are we talking about? Reproduction of course! Join Dr Rob as he puts on his khakis and SCOPES out all the science behind animal reproduction. As once again the ordinary becomes extraordinary, under the SCOPE.

My Place
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My Place: Before Time - Barangaroo

Season 2  |  Episode 13  |  ABC ME  |  September 18, 2011
Barangaroo's world would be perfect if only Mani, the biggest boy in her group of friends, would stop trying to be number one. Deep down Mani knows she's better than he is, ...

Barangaroo's world would be perfect if only Mani, the biggest boy in her group of friends, would stop trying to be number one. Deep down Mani knows she's better than he is, that's why he keeps shutting her out from important adventures - to make himself look good. But when a little boy (Mung) goes missing, Barangaroo and Mani are forced to follow his trail into a scary gully ruled by the legendary monster: the Mumuga. The Mumuga has a ferocious howl that echoes across the land. He's said to knock kids unconscious with the smell of his horrible farts and drag them away into his cave.

Cyberchase
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Cyberchase: Model Behaviour

Season 2  |  Episode 5  |  ABC  |  August 24, 2011
Maths rules when the dastardly villain Hacker launches a mad mission to conquer the virtual universe. Earth kids, Jackie, Matt and Inez, travel into cyberspace for all-out ...

Maths rules when the dastardly villain Hacker launches a mad mission to conquer the virtual universe. Earth kids, Jackie, Matt and Inez, travel into cyberspace for all-out battle of wits and to discover that maths can be fun.

New Year's Eve only comes around once a year and lasts just one tick of the clock. You wouldn't think science came in to the picture, would you? Join Dr Rob as he counts down ...

New Year's Eve only comes around once a year and lasts just one tick of the clock. You wouldn't think science came in to the picture, would you? Join Dr Rob as he counts down and SCOPES out all the science behind New Year's Eve celebrations.

PHONE HACKING For years journalists have snooped around trying to sniff out good stories to put in the news. But now the snooping techniques of a small group of journalists ...

PHONE HACKING For years journalists have snooped around trying to sniff out good stories to put in the news. But now the snooping techniques of a small group of journalists in the UK have made people very angry. It's led to a massive police investigation and has forced the closure of Britain's biggest selling newspaper. CARBON TAX The proposed carbon tax has turned into the biggest political issue facing Prime Minister Julia Gillard. We go beyond the jargon to try to explain what a carbon tax actually means. And we find out why it's splitting opinions. SPACE MISSIONS When you think of NASA, you think of astronauts and space missions. But that might be about to change. NASA has brought home its last space shuttle and announced that no more will be going up. So what does this all mean for space exploration? POLICE HORSES Police work can be a dangerous job, but it's not only humans who put themselves on the front line. We look at the role of police horses and find out why they're still considered to be such an effective part of policing. And what does it take to train a horse to be ready for a role with the police? FENCING The sport of fencing has been around for centuries and is one of the oldest sports at the Olympics. So why is it that not many people take it up? Tash takes a look at how the sport is played and meets some bright young Aussies who are making their mark.

Cyberchase
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Cyberchase: Fortress Of Attitude

Season 2  |  Episode 6  |  ABC  |  August 31, 2011
Maths rules when the dastardly villain Hacker launches a mad mission to conquer the virtual universe. Earth kids, Jackie, Matt and Inez, travel into cyberspace for all-out ...

Maths rules when the dastardly villain Hacker launches a mad mission to conquer the virtual universe. Earth kids, Jackie, Matt and Inez, travel into cyberspace for all-out battle of wits and to discover that maths can be fun.

Our bodies are amazing biological machines, but they can also be, well, quite strange! This episode of SCOPE is dedicated to those weird and wonderful body-isms: knuckles that ...

Our bodies are amazing biological machines, but they can also be, well, quite strange! This episode of SCOPE is dedicated to those weird and wonderful body-isms: knuckles that crack, muscles that cramp, fingers that go pruney, as well as goosebumps, yawning and more!

Scaling the dizzy heights of a 30 metre tree in the Thailand rainforest, Bryony Maxwell helps set up a filming platform high above the ground for the Life Team.

Scaling the dizzy heights of a 30 metre tree in the Thailand rainforest, Bryony Maxwell helps set up a filming platform high above the ground for the Life Team.

Scarlett Flanagan gets all alarmed when she visits India to help film a tiger sequence for the Life team.

Scarlett Flanagan gets all alarmed when she visits India to help film a tiger sequence for the Life team.

Backyard Science
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Backyard Science

Season 1  |  Episode 15  |  ABC  |  June 6, 2011
Classification: General Classification: General
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Children experiment with everyday items in order to make something fun and practical and also provide scientific insights in a child's world.

Children experiment with everyday items in order to make something fun and practical and also provide scientific insights in a child's world.

MONEY MAYHEM America seems to be getting bad grades... not in the classroom, but in its economy. The country was rated at Triple A, now it's only double A plus. It still ...

MONEY MAYHEM America seems to be getting bad grades... not in the classroom, but in its economy. The country was rated at Triple A, now it's only double A plus. It still sounds pretty good, but the change could have a bad impact on the global economy. FLOOD RECOVERY When was the last time you had a banana? Lots of kids aren't packing them in their lunch boxes anymore, because they've become really expensive lately. It's all to do with the Queensland floods which wiped out banana crops earlier this year. BtN takes a look at how the flood recovery program is going, and tries to find out when bananas might return to old prices. YOUTH SLEEP OUT On any given night in Australia 105,000 people are homeless and nearly half of these people are under the age of 25. BtN meets a group of school kids who are spending a night sleeping rough, as they try to raise awareness about the issue of youth homelessness. DENTAL DECAY How often do you brush your teeth? Well, it should be twice a day. But the latest research says lots of kids are only doing it once a day. So it's no surprise that tooth decay is on the rise among Aussie kids. COMPETITIVE AEROBICS Aerobics is an activity you may have taken part in during P-E class. But did you know it can also be a competitive sport? Alfie gets a lesson from an aerobics team and discovers it's not just for girls.

Baboons, lemurs, gorillas, mandrills, macaques. They are all primates and we have crammed them all into this week's episode of Scope! We find out about the plight of the ...

Baboons, lemurs, gorillas, mandrills, macaques. They are all primates and we have crammed them all into this week's episode of Scope! We find out about the plight of the orang-utans, experience a day-in-the-life of a primate keeper and work out the difference between a monkey and an ape.

ASYLUM PLAN The way we treat asylum seekers that arrive here by boat has always been a controversial issue. But now after the release of a new report both the Government and ...

ASYLUM PLAN The way we treat asylum seekers that arrive here by boat has always been a controversial issue. But now after the release of a new report both the Government and the Opposition are finally agreeing on which path to take. So what is this solution that has finally managed to make the PM and Tony Abbott see eye to eye? PHILIPPINES FLOOD The last couple of weeks has been pretty tough for people living in the Philippines. There's been flooding and heavy rain. Some people have died and thousands have been left without homes. We hear about natural disasters like this all the time but what is it really like for kids living in the middle of it? OUTBACK CLEAN-UP How would you feel if your family decided to spend the school holidays picking up rubbish in the middle of the outback? Ripped off? Well, maybe not. Sarah finds out about some kids who've been helping to clean up one of Australia's most famous roads and it's a lot more fun than it sounds. DONOR DOGS It's pretty common for people to give blood to help others who are sick or injured. But what about animals? Well, dogs and cats can also donate blood to save the lives of their mates. Tash checks it out. RADIO PLAYS Radio dramas aren't something you hear about too much these days, but radio plays do still exist. Sarah finds out about the history of radio plays and meets some kids who've just starred in a major radio production.

COURTROOM CAMERAS Most weeks there�s a big court story in the news. Recently we were able to watch as Michael Jackson�s doctor was found guilty of helping to cause his death. ...

COURTROOM CAMERAS Most weeks there�s a big court story in the news. Recently we were able to watch as Michael Jackson�s doctor was found guilty of helping to cause his death. But if it was in Australia, we wouldn�t have been able to see it. That�s because here, there are rules which stop TV cameras filming inside courts. But some people think that should change. We take a look at the arguments. REEF THREAT 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 important to Australia�s economy too because it creates lots of money through tourism. It all sounds good... but some people are worried that new development around Queensland could be a threat to the future of the reef. DIABETES DAY How much do you know about diabetes? It�s World Diabetes Day which aims to raise awareness about the condition. BtN takes a look at what it�s like to live with diabetes, and explains the differences between type 1 and type 2 diabetes. MAWSON CENTENARY It�s approaching 100 years since Sir Douglas Mawson led the first Australasian expedition to Antarctica. His aim was to map and explore the coastal area of Antarctica closest to Australia. We take a look at how his work is continued today. TEACHER NOTE: The Australian Antarctic Division is holding a national competition relating to this story. Students are invited to write 100 words about what Antarctica will look like in another 100 years. The BtN website will link to the competition details after Tuesday�s program. DARWIN DROVERS Imagine if your school lessons involved riding a horse through 60 kilometres of outback terrain, chasing cattle and sleeping under the stars. Sound pretty cool? Well that's what some kids in the Northern Territory have been doing. They've been learning how work in the cattle industry, and they're keeping alive a proud Aussie tradition.

DENTAL CHECK UP A new report has found that too many Aussies have bad teeth, especially people in poor areas. It says about a third of us don't go to the dentist because of ...

DENTAL CHECK UP A new report has found that too many Aussies have bad teeth, especially people in poor areas. It says about a third of us don't go to the dentist because of the cost. So what can be done about the problem? SUPER TUESDAY If you watch the news this week you'll probably see stories about a big vote which could affect who becomes the next President of America. But you won't see Barack Obama taking part... so what's this vote all about? DRONE DILEMMA For years we've seen unmanned flying machines in science fiction movies. But now increasingly we're actually seeing them in the sky. It's not just the military that are using drones to watch people from above... now the media's getting involved too. PARALYMPICS TECHNOLOGY Aussie athletes are making sure they've got the best technology ahead of the London Paralympics. But not everyone thinks the cutting-edge technology available to Paralympians is fair. BEAT BOX Beatboxing is a form of vocal percussion where someone can make a variety of musical sounds using only their mouth. We meet one of Australia's best beatboxers as he tries to pass on his skills to younger kids.

Up there in the sky, there are birds and there are planes but what else? A whole heap of science that's what! This week on SCOPE we find out how they control the traffic at a ...

Up there in the sky, there are birds and there are planes but what else? A whole heap of science that's what! This week on SCOPE we find out how they control the traffic at a busy airport, take a look at a robot bird and gaze far beyond the blue with a radio telescope.

With the use of computer graphics,. This program introduces students to the concept of an ecosystem. Several ecosystems are briefly explained and illustrated, and examples are ...

With the use of computer graphics,. This program introduces students to the concept of an ecosystem. Several ecosystems are briefly explained and illustrated, and examples are given of human involvement in these systems

Before 1788 rainforests made up 1% of the landmass of Australia. At present well over half of that has disappeared, and much of the remainder is threatened. Because many of ...

Before 1788 rainforests made up 1% of the landmass of Australia. At present well over half of that has disappeared, and much of the remainder is threatened. Because many of Australia's watercourses start in rainforests, they play a vital role in water quality and quantity.

Race in to this rather riveting episode of Scope dedicated to every pirate's favourite letter - Rrrrrrr.

Race in to this rather riveting episode of Scope dedicated to every pirate's favourite letter - Rrrrrrr.

ASBESTOS The rollout of the NBN has hit some controversy after it was revealed that contractors doing the work may have exposed residents to asbestos dust. BtN explains what ...

ASBESTOS The rollout of the NBN has hit some controversy after it was revealed that contractors doing the work may have exposed residents to asbestos dust. BtN explains what asbestos is and why it can be a dangerous material if it's not treated in the right way. REPUBLIC Last week we saw Wayne Swan and Malcolm Turnbull both agreeing on the same issue, even though they're from different political parties. They want Australia to become a republic. But what would it mean if Australia was to become a republic and how would a head of state be chosen? YOUNG SCIENTISTS Every year, the world's best young scientists get together for a huge international science and engineering fair in the United States. It gives students a chance to talk about their ideas with science experts and showcase their work. We meet some of the winners and look at their amazing inventions. AUCTION IDOL How do you feel about public speaking? Could you convince a group of people to buy a house? We meet a group of school kids who are part of the Auction Idol competition where they put their public speaking skills to the test. And, as Matt discovered, it's a lot harder than it looks. BUSH TUCKER A group of city kids are getting a taste of what life was like for their Aboriginal ancestors. They've travelled to the Queensland bush to learn about their culture and to experience bush tucker. They took a video of what they got up to.

Cyberchase
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Cyberchase: Inside Hacker

Season 5  |  Episode 4  |  ABC  |  May 29, 2013
The CyberSquad attempt to infiltrate Hacker and turn him from evil to good by adding a new memory chip. Matt is shrunk for the dangerous mission but is foiled by a force field.

The CyberSquad attempt to infiltrate Hacker and turn him from evil to good by adding a new memory chip. Matt is shrunk for the dangerous mission but is foiled by a force field.

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