Honey's journey from bee to jar
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Honey's journey from bee to jar

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Buzz Honey's Jude Crowe demonstrates how bees make honey, and then how it is extracted, processed and bottled.

Buzz Honey's Jude Crowe demonstrates how bees make honey, and then how it is extracted, processed and bottled.

Honey's journey from bee to jar
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Honey's journey from bee to jar

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Buzz Honey's Jude Crowe demonstrates how bees make honey, and then how it is extracted, processed and bottled.

Buzz Honey's Jude Crowe demonstrates how bees make honey, and then how it is extracted, processed and bottled.

White Australia celebrates 150 years of colonisation
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White Australia celebrates 150 years of colonisation

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Aboriginal Australians object to the 1938 celebration of the British colonising their land. They describe it as 'a day of mourning'. The seeds of the movement to change ...

Aboriginal Australians object to the 1938 celebration of the British colonising their land. They describe it as 'a day of mourning'. The seeds of the movement to change the constitution have been sown already even though the referendum will not occur for another 30 years. Who were Cooper, Patton and Ferguson? What changes were they calling for?

What does it mean to be an Australian citizen?
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What does it mean to be an Australian citizen?

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On the 40th anniversary of the 1967 referendum, in 2007, people were asked what it means to be an Australian citizen. What do you think of their responses? Do you agree with ...

On the 40th anniversary of the 1967 referendum, in 2007, people were asked what it means to be an Australian citizen. What do you think of their responses? Do you agree with any of the responses? What does being an Australian mean to you?

Why was there a referendum in 1967?
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Why was there a referendum in 1967?

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Many people think the 1967 referendum was about giving Aboriginal people the vote, this clip explains why that is a common misconception. What changes to the constitution ...

Many people think the 1967 referendum was about giving Aboriginal people the vote, this clip explains why that is a common misconception. What changes to the constitution were being proposed in the 1967 referendum? Why did the British feel it was not important to include the Aboriginal people in the constitution? What latin term did the British settlers use to describe the land of Australia? What is a census?

The first mainstream national Indigenous body is formed
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The first mainstream national Indigenous body is formed

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In 1958 the first mainstream national Indigenous body was formed in Adelaide. The members rejected the Government’s idea of ‘assimilation’. This group was later called FCAATSI ...

In 1958 the first mainstream national Indigenous body was formed in Adelaide. The members rejected the Government’s idea of ‘assimilation’. This group was later called FCAATSI (Federal Council for the advancement of Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders) What rights were they calling for that white people already had? Why was it difficult for the members to travel interstate?

Plate tectonics shaping Earth
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Plate tectonics shaping Earth

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Geophysicist Kate Selway explains how tectonic plates move, what affect that movement has on the Earth's surface and what understanding scientists gain from studying rocks.

Geophysicist Kate Selway explains how tectonic plates move, what affect that movement has on the Earth's surface and what understanding scientists gain from studying rocks.

Risks to endangered orangutans
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Risks to endangered orangutans

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Stacey Thomson discusses some of the unique characteristics of orangutans, and reveals what zoos are doing to help save the endangered animals.

Stacey Thomson discusses some of the unique characteristics of orangutans, and reveals what zoos are doing to help save the endangered animals.

Dinosaurs fossils of Australia
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Dinosaurs fossils of Australia

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A palaeontologist tells us all about the different dinosaur fossils unearthed in Australia, from massive predators to cute herbivores.

A palaeontologist tells us all about the different dinosaur fossils unearthed in Australia, from massive predators to cute herbivores.

Australia's Dinosaur Cove and Fossil Triangle
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Australia's Dinosaur Cove and Fossil Triangle

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Visit Dinosaur Cover in South Australia and the Fossil Triangle in Queensland - places where thousands of dinosaur traces are being found.

Visit Dinosaur Cover in South Australia and the Fossil Triangle in Queensland - places where thousands of dinosaur traces are being found.

The origins of Clean up Australia Day
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The origins of Clean up Australia Day

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Clean Up Australia Day founder Ian Kiernan explains how the day began as Clean Up Sydney Harbour and outlines some of the achievements made since that first year.

Clean Up Australia Day founder Ian Kiernan explains how the day began as Clean Up Sydney Harbour and outlines some of the achievements made since that first year.

Hole in the ozone layer
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Hole in the ozone layer

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Have we fixed the hole in the ozone layer?

Have we fixed the hole in the ozone layer?

DIY climbing water
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DIY climbing water

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Follow along as Julia from Scope demonstrates how to make water climb, and fall, by manipulating the amount of energy in the liquid. To create your own climbing water ...

Follow along as Julia from Scope demonstrates how to make water climb, and fall, by manipulating the amount of energy in the liquid. To create your own climbing water experiment, you will need a straw, a medium water bottle, food dye, sticky putty, a deep tray, room temperature water, hot water and cold water.

Exploring space with radio telescopes
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Exploring space with radio telescopes

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Behind The News explains how radio telescopes work, how they are used to better understand the universe, and why Australia wants to build a Square Kilometre Array telescope.

Behind The News explains how radio telescopes work, how they are used to better understand the universe, and why Australia wants to build a Square Kilometre Array telescope.

Revisiting old gold mines for new precious metals
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Revisiting old gold mines for new precious metals

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Sarah Larsen describes the history of Australia's gold rush in the 19th century, learns why miners sometimes abandon gold mines, and reveals why companies are exploring old ...

Sarah Larsen describes the history of Australia's gold rush in the 19th century, learns why miners sometimes abandon gold mines, and reveals why companies are exploring old mining sites.

The role of cultural groups
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The role of cultural groups

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The effects the construction the Snowy Scheme had on Australia's population.

The effects the construction the Snowy Scheme had on Australia's population.

Communicating with horses
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Communicating with horses

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Colin Thrupp meets horse trainer Adrian Day to learn about natural horsemanship techniques, and how horses communicate.

Colin Thrupp meets horse trainer Adrian Day to learn about natural horsemanship techniques, and how horses communicate.

When 'sleeping' volcanoes erupt
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When 'sleeping' volcanoes erupt

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After the eruption of dormant volcano Mt Sinabung, Behind The News explains what sleeping volcanoes are, takes a look at Mt Vesuvius, and discusses how difficult it is to ...

After the eruption of dormant volcano Mt Sinabung, Behind The News explains what sleeping volcanoes are, takes a look at Mt Vesuvius, and discusses how difficult it is to predict eruptions.