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What it's like to be a referee
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What it's like to be a referee

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Kellyn Morris meets female rugby union referee Chyna Howlett and learns how she handles the pressure and criticism from fans, and how she enjoys officiating the sport.

Kellyn Morris meets female rugby union referee Chyna Howlett and learns how she handles the pressure and criticism from fans, and how she enjoys officiating the sport.

Nippers and surf life saving
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Nippers and surf life saving

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Leela Varghese visits training at Glenelg Surf Life Saving Club to learn why children join nippers and what sort of activities they take part in.

Leela Varghese visits training at Glenelg Surf Life Saving Club to learn why children join nippers and what sort of activities they take part in.

Climate change and farming
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Climate change and farming

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Emma Ralph meets a pistachio farmer and learns how global warming challenges their business, what they're doing to manage it, and how people can live more sustainably.

Emma Ralph meets a pistachio farmer and learns how global warming challenges their business, what they're doing to manage it, and how people can live more sustainably.

Primary kids win high school tech challenge
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Primary kids win high school tech challenge

The primary school members of Team Triton discuss the challenges and rewards of competing in the Subs in Schools Technology Challenge against high school students.

The primary school members of Team Triton discuss the challenges and rewards of competing in the Subs in Schools Technology Challenge against high school students.

Birds of prey and their different hunting skills
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Birds of prey and their different hunting skills

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Duane learns from bird keeper Luke Flesher about the different birds of prey. Luke reveals which features allow speed in one owl and stealth in another, and meet a the ...

Duane learns from bird keeper Luke Flesher about the different birds of prey. Luke reveals which features allow speed in one owl and stealth in another, and meet a the wedgetailed eagle, Australia's largest bird of prey. The main weapons at their disposal are their powerful sight and powerful feet!

Rabbit restrictions in Queensland
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Rabbit restrictions in Queensland

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Because rabbits are not native to Australia, they have been known to wreak havoc on native plants and, with how quickly they breed, they can be a negative factor among ...

Because rabbits are not native to Australia, they have been known to wreak havoc on native plants and, with how quickly they breed, they can be a negative factor among Australia's wildlife. Rabbits are currently banned in Queensland and extreme measures were taken to clear them out for good many years ago. Now, some are proposing special circumstances where rabbits might be brought into the country and kept as pets.

Guess that fur!
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Guess that fur!

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Harrison and two friends play a fur guessing game and learn about why animals have different types of fur.

Harrison and two friends play a fur guessing game and learn about why animals have different types of fur.

How do new words get added to a dictionary?
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How do new words get added to a dictionary?

Who decides which words actually belong in a dictionary? BTN investigates the process of adding new words into a dictionary.

Who decides which words actually belong in a dictionary? BTN investigates the process of adding new words into a dictionary.

Working on a steam engine train
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Working on a steam engine train

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As technology has progressed, people have become to rely on steam engine trains a lot less and now they're mostly used to take tourists around to see the sights of Australia. ...

As technology has progressed, people have become to rely on steam engine trains a lot less and now they're mostly used to take tourists around to see the sights of Australia. Jaden may be just a kid but his love for trains led him to take on the job of car captain on one of these steam engine trains and he shares his story with us, explains why he thinks trains are so cool and describes what it's like to be a car captain.

Devices that help track health and athletic performance
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Devices that help track health and athletic performance

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You might think you FitBit is pretty cool but elite athletes use a whole new level of technology to track their fitness and performance.

You might think you FitBit is pretty cool but elite athletes use a whole new level of technology to track their fitness and performance.

How police use fingerprints to solve crimes
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How police use fingerprints to solve crimes

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Decipher fingerprints with Neil Hayes from the Fingerprint Bureau and analyse blood samples with Kane Gordon from the Queensland Police Service's scientific branch.

Decipher fingerprints with Neil Hayes from the Fingerprint Bureau and analyse blood samples with Kane Gordon from the Queensland Police Service's scientific branch.

Why I became a scientist
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Why I became a scientist

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Professor Brian Schmidt from the Australian National University explains why he got interested in science as a student and reveals a few tips for students wanting to study ...

Professor Brian Schmidt from the Australian National University explains why he got interested in science as a student and reveals a few tips for students wanting to study science at university

Largest solar dish in the world
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Largest solar dish in the world

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This solar panel is a little different to those you might find on top of some suburban homes.

This solar panel is a little different to those you might find on top of some suburban homes.

Getting a kidney transplant
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Getting a kidney transplant

Harrison shares the story of his kidney transplant by teaching us what the kidneys do, what can go wrong if they're not working properly and explaining the procedure as well ...

Harrison shares the story of his kidney transplant by teaching us what the kidneys do, what can go wrong if they're not working properly and explaining the procedure as well as what life looks after receiving a new kidney.

What is cystic fibrosis?
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What is cystic fibrosis?

Zoe teaches us about a condition she has called cystic fibrosis. Along with learning what it is, we get to see some of the medicine and treatments used to assist someone ...

Zoe teaches us about a condition she has called cystic fibrosis. Along with learning what it is, we get to see some of the medicine and treatments used to assist someone living with the condition.

Raising racing pigeons
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Raising racing pigeons

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Scott talks to some homing pigeon enthusiasts, getting some racing facts from Stephen Nuske, and touring the loft with 19yearold celebrity in pigeonracing circles Tameya ...

Scott talks to some homing pigeon enthusiasts, getting some racing facts from Stephen Nuske, and touring the loft with 19yearold celebrity in pigeonracing circles Tameya Barber. She shares some details of training. Scott is skittish, but handles one of these intelligent birds, releasing it for a short, successful return flight.

3D modelling shipwrecks
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3D modelling shipwrecks

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Flinders University marine archaeologist John McCarthy explains how digital cameras and photogrammetry are used to create 3D models of shipwrecks.

Flinders University marine archaeologist John McCarthy explains how digital cameras and photogrammetry are used to create 3D models of shipwrecks.

Is space infinite?
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Is space infinite?

Find out more about space and whether it is infinite with this BTN investigation.

Find out more about space and whether it is infinite with this BTN investigation.

Poo and the sewage system
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Poo and the sewage system

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Stacey Thomson and the Poo Crew visit a waste treatment plant to learn how sewage is processed.

Stacey Thomson and the Poo Crew visit a waste treatment plant to learn how sewage is processed.

How airport security works
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How airport security works

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Ruby Cornish reveals the role passports, metal detectors, X-ray machines, explosive detection tests and sniffer dogs play in keeping travellers safe.

Ruby Cornish reveals the role passports, metal detectors, X-ray machines, explosive detection tests and sniffer dogs play in keeping travellers safe.

Protecting the eastern barred bandicoot
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Protecting the eastern barred bandicoot

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Zoos Victoria commenced a captive breeding program in 1991 to prevent the eastern barred bandicoot from becoming extinct.

Zoos Victoria commenced a captive breeding program in 1991 to prevent the eastern barred bandicoot from becoming extinct.

Preventing coastal erosion
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Preventing coastal erosion

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A look at a trial in Adelaide that is attempting to stop one cause of coastal erosion and protect our beaches.

A look at a trial in Adelaide that is attempting to stop one cause of coastal erosion and protect our beaches.

Bicarb soda and citric acid rockets
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Bicarb soda and citric acid rockets

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Questacon's David and Sam demonstrate how sodium bicarbonate, citric acid and water react when they're mixed together, with explosive effect.

Questacon's David and Sam demonstrate how sodium bicarbonate, citric acid and water react when they're mixed together, with explosive effect.

World Solar Challenge prototype car
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World Solar Challenge prototype car

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Flinders University's Stuart Wildy and Curtis Merrett reveal their prototype for the 2017 Bridgestone World Solar Challenge, describing the process of designing a ...

Flinders University's Stuart Wildy and Curtis Merrett reveal their prototype for the 2017 Bridgestone World Solar Challenge, describing the process of designing a solar-powered car, and testing out the technologies on a modified golf cart.

Aerodynamics of cyclists and sportswear
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Aerodynamics of cyclists and sportswear

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Monash University's Tim Crouch demonstrates how a wind tunnel is used to test the aerodynamic characteristics of cyclist positions, equipment and materials, including the ...

Monash University's Tim Crouch demonstrates how a wind tunnel is used to test the aerodynamic characteristics of cyclist positions, equipment and materials, including the clothing worn.

Making rubbish collection 'smarter'
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Making rubbish collection 'smarter'

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Glenn Docherty and Luke Johnston reveal two of the waste management technologies being trialled in Playford, with sensors reporting rubbish levels to council and a Clean Cube ...

Glenn Docherty and Luke Johnston reveal two of the waste management technologies being trialled in Playford, with sensors reporting rubbish levels to council and a Clean Cube that compacts waste.

3D-printing Scope's host Lee
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3D-printing Scope's host Lee

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Questacon's Jake Clark demonstrates how to create a 3D figurine of Scope host Lee Constable, explaining how a scanner captures her shape, which is turned into a computer-aided ...

Questacon's Jake Clark demonstrates how to create a 3D figurine of Scope host Lee Constable, explaining how a scanner captures her shape, which is turned into a computer-aided design model, and then printed in layers with plastic filament and resin printers.

Swarm robots working together
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Swarm robots working together

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Monash University's Jan Carlo Barca and Sherry Yu explain how the swarm behaviour of animals can be applied to robotics, demonstrating how self-assembling robots could gather ...

Monash University's Jan Carlo Barca and Sherry Yu explain how the swarm behaviour of animals can be applied to robotics, demonstrating how self-assembling robots could gather together to complete tasks, such as cleaning windows of high buildings.

Selecting optimum sheep feed
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Selecting optimum sheep feed

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CSIRO's Hayley Norman and Damien Mowat explain how they identified anameka as one of the most nutritious shrubs for sheep to eat, using scientific tools as well as monitoring ...

CSIRO's Hayley Norman and Damien Mowat explain how they identified anameka as one of the most nutritious shrubs for sheep to eat, using scientific tools as well as monitoring the preferences of the animals.

Surveying the sea floor with Starbug X
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Surveying the sea floor with Starbug X

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CSIRO's Karl Forcey demonstrates how researchers use Starbug X, an autonomous underwater vehicle, to study the sea floor, monitoring water quality and creating high-resolution ...

CSIRO's Karl Forcey demonstrates how researchers use Starbug X, an autonomous underwater vehicle, to study the sea floor, monitoring water quality and creating high-resolution images of the marine environment.

Identifying biofortified grains
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Identifying biofortified grains

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Flinders University's Emma deCourcy-Ireland and Lachlan Palmer explain how they identified grains that were high in iron and zinc, using X-ray fluorescence Mass spectrometry, ...

Flinders University's Emma deCourcy-Ireland and Lachlan Palmer explain how they identified grains that were high in iron and zinc, using X-ray fluorescence Mass spectrometry, and why those nutrients are important.

'Protostorming' projects at Questacon
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'Protostorming' projects at Questacon

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Questacon's Sarah Clark demonstrates the principle of "protostorming" at the National Science and Technology Centre, quickly developing as many prototypes as possible of ...

Questacon's Sarah Clark demonstrates the principle of "protostorming" at the National Science and Technology Centre, quickly developing as many prototypes as possible of objects that move in the wind, using simple materials, and then refining those designs.

An introduction to lacrosse
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An introduction to lacrosse

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Alex Battye learns the basics of playing lacrosse, the fasted game on two feet and Canada's national summer sport, and learns the difference between the men's and women's ...

Alex Battye learns the basics of playing lacrosse, the fasted game on two feet and Canada's national summer sport, and learns the difference between the men's and women's versions of the game.

Turtle rehabilitation at Currumbin
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Turtle rehabilitation at Currumbin

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Stacey Thomson visits the turtle rehabilitation wing of Currumbin Wildlife Hospital to see how they've cared for two turtles with fractured shells.

Stacey Thomson visits the turtle rehabilitation wing of Currumbin Wildlife Hospital to see how they've cared for two turtles with fractured shells.

Training tigers
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Training tigers

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Born in captivity to aid in the conservation of the species, this tiger is being trained to become familiar and comfortable with his environment

Born in captivity to aid in the conservation of the species, this tiger is being trained to become familiar and comfortable with his environment

Learning how to hang glide
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Learning how to hang glide

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Soar above the ground while learning how to hang glide

Soar above the ground while learning how to hang glide

Baby hamadryas baboon
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Baby hamadryas baboon

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Visit a baboon enclosure at the zoo to learn all about these amazing animals.

Visit a baboon enclosure at the zoo to learn all about these amazing animals.

Making artificial snow in Brisbane
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Making artificial snow in Brisbane

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Kellyn Morris learns how snow is made and ice rinks kept frozen by machines in Brisbane's subtropical climate.

Kellyn Morris learns how snow is made and ice rinks kept frozen by machines in Brisbane's subtropical climate.

Marine debris recycled as art
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Marine debris recycled as art

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Stacey Thomson joins artist Christine Holden as she teaches a class to transform discarded plastics found at the beach into a turtle sculpture.

Stacey Thomson joins artist Christine Holden as she teaches a class to transform discarded plastics found at the beach into a turtle sculpture.

Animal sanctuary volunteering
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Animal sanctuary volunteering

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Leela Varghese visits Freedom Hill animal sanctuary to help care for orphan lambs, pigs and chickens.

Leela Varghese visits Freedom Hill animal sanctuary to help care for orphan lambs, pigs and chickens.

Indoor adrenaline challenges
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Indoor adrenaline challenges

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Leela Varghese takes on all challengers in dodge ball, battle beam and skywalk at Latitude's indoor adventure park.

Leela Varghese takes on all challengers in dodge ball, battle beam and skywalk at Latitude's indoor adventure park.

Siamang gibbons in island enclosure
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Siamang gibbons in island enclosure

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Natalie Hunter visits the siamangs in their new island enclosure at Melbourne Zoo, and learns how they are cared for and why they are endangered.

Natalie Hunter visits the siamangs in their new island enclosure at Melbourne Zoo, and learns how they are cared for and why they are endangered.

How blood donations are processed to help save lives
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How blood donations are processed to help save lives

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Thousands of litres of blood are used every day all over England, from people's thoughtful donations. Today Xand checks into a donation clinic and is attended to expertly by ...

Thousands of litres of blood are used every day all over England, from people's thoughtful donations. Today Xand checks into a donation clinic and is attended to expertly by Nurse Linda. Five minutes later and he's finished proudly holding the full blood bag his hand, saying in 35 hours this could be in someone else, saving their life! Xand importantly notes that you can't give blood until you're 17, but you can receive it and it may save your life! All donated blood must first go to the blood

Studying the tsetse fly to save lives in Africa
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Studying the tsetse fly to save lives in Africa

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In the basement of the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, Chris shows us a room housing 8000 deadly tsetse flies. He meets with Dr Alvaro AcostaSerrano, chief scientist ...

In the basement of the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, Chris shows us a room housing 8000 deadly tsetse flies. He meets with Dr Alvaro AcostaSerrano, chief scientist and tsetse fly caretaker. The doctor has a very special way to feed all these flies when they require it, every second day. We're shown this fascinating method, and then The view on Chris' arm of a tsetse fly gorging itself on his blood. The insect grows twice its size by meal's end and Chris purports to enjoy the experience!

The treatment of eczema and rare skin conditions
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The treatment of eczema and rare skin conditions

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At the dermatology unit, young Rachael is waiting to have some sore patches on her legs looked at. Nurse Sophie Dolman checks her out and notes the typical patterns of eczema. ...

At the dermatology unit, young Rachael is waiting to have some sore patches on her legs looked at. Nurse Sophie Dolman checks her out and notes the typical patterns of eczema. With this layer of the skin dehydrated, moisture will have to be supplied by a stronger cream than previously tried. This one contains steroids and must be wrapped around the leg to hold in that moisture. In the third and last part of this segment, we meet young Molly who is under the care of nurse Sophie and had the same

How the human body can go wrong!
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How the human body can go wrong!

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In a topsecret location, Xand is privy to a special medical collection of body parts and shares the fascination with us. What he finds is a sideshow of glass jars and displays ...

In a topsecret location, Xand is privy to a special medical collection of body parts and shares the fascination with us. What he finds is a sideshow of glass jars and displays showing how the human body can sometimes go wrong! We see a human heart with tissue way too thin so it's stretched out to make the organ melonsized instead of the usual apple size. Next up, a liver showing two large roundworms, which would have indicated serious illness and weight loss in its human host. Xand also shares

Kids learn about and explain art
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Kids learn about and explain art

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When you visit a museum, it's helpful to listen to a commentary track that explains the art to you but at this special exhibit, the art is being described by kids. Find out ...

When you visit a museum, it's helpful to listen to a commentary track that explains the art to you but at this special exhibit, the art is being described by kids. Find out about this group of kids and how they were able to learn about the art on display so they could explain it to others.

Why you should give your bike a safety inspection
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Why you should give your bike a safety inspection

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Today, Chris goes on duty with Professor Simon Carley, in the Royal Manchester Children's Emergency Department. They attend to 15yearold Joe, who's had a bike accident. ...

Today, Chris goes on duty with Professor Simon Carley, in the Royal Manchester Children's Emergency Department. They attend to 15yearold Joe, who's had a bike accident. Speeding down a hill, wearing no helmet, his bike with only one working brake and crash into a people carrier! No one in the car got hurt, though the vehicle itself got kind of crumpled. But did Joe get crumpled Once out of the ambulance and into the hospital, attendants brace his spine and neck on a straight board with thick p

How the skin repairs itself after injury (part 2)
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How the skin repairs itself after injury (part 2)

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Thirteenyearold Rhys returns to hospital after two weeks, to gauge the healing progress on his poor bangedup kisser. Professor Simon Carley checks him over, and is so ...

Thirteenyearold Rhys returns to hospital after two weeks, to gauge the healing progress on his poor bangedup kisser. Professor Simon Carley checks him over, and is so encouraged by the transformation of Rhys' appearance he all but rules out plastic surgery! We get a detailed look in cartoon form at how new skin cells grow and the awesome healing powers of the human body.

Constipation and stomach pain (part 2)
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Constipation and stomach pain (part 2)

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Back in Manchester, 15yearold Sam awaits further treatment to unblock his colon of the piledup poo still in there. Dr Alex Turner comes on the scene with the notion of ...

Back in Manchester, 15yearold Sam awaits further treatment to unblock his colon of the piledup poo still in there. Dr Alex Turner comes on the scene with the notion of inserting a nasogastric tube through the nose and down into the stomach. It will deliver a special medicine that can get straight to the poo, soften it, and break up the log jam within Sam. It takes several trips to the loo for the dam to burst, but Sam is finally flushed with success! The main lesson learned to avoid constipatio

How your brain is wired
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How your brain is wired

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Today, doctors Chris and Xand have fun with brain functions. To show us which bit of the brain does what, Xand places a magnetic stimulator (brain scrambler) against the right ...

Today, doctors Chris and Xand have fun with brain functions. To show us which bit of the brain does what, Xand places a magnetic stimulator (brain scrambler) against the right side Chris' head, to interfere with his brain's directions. The magnet messes with the brain's electric signals, so when Chris tries to pick his nose using his left hand his hand twitches and he misses! Xand notes that our brains are wired backtofront, so each side of the brain controls the opposite side of our body. The

The differences between a territory and a state
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The differences between a territory and a state

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Most people know that the Northern Territory is a territory and not a state (its name gives it away, after all) but what is the difference between a state and a territory ...

Most people know that the Northern Territory is a territory and not a state (its name gives it away, after all) but what is the difference between a state and a territory anyway Find out about those differences and why some people believes it's time for the Northern Territory to become a state.

Serving as a police horse
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Serving as a police horse

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Why do we still have police horses Isn't that method of transportation a little outdated Find out how this unique partnership between the police department and horses began ...

Why do we still have police horses Isn't that method of transportation a little outdated Find out how this unique partnership between the police department and horses began and why many believe it's still beneficial to have some horses on the force.

Should the voting age be lowered?
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Should the voting age be lowered?

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By the time you turn 16, you're legally allowed to drive and some believe that if you're mature enough to be out on the road, you're old enough to be in the voting booth too. ...

By the time you turn 16, you're legally allowed to drive and some believe that if you're mature enough to be out on the road, you're old enough to be in the voting booth too. There are many different opinions on this topic among adults and, when asked, it turns out that while some teenagers would be happy with the right to vote, others aren't too keen on the idea.

Exploring the pyramids
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Exploring the pyramids

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The pyramids continue to be an architectual marvel as mysterious as they are magnificent, but through a new project, scientists are hoping to find out more about them then ...

The pyramids continue to be an architectual marvel as mysterious as they are magnificent, but through a new project, scientists are hoping to find out more about them then ever before. Learn about some of the new technology being use in the Scan Pyramids operation and some of the questions they're hoping to have answered.

Should swimming lessons be taught in schools?
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Should swimming lessons be taught in schools?

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Caitlyn won an award for bravery after rescuing her sister but she says that she would never have been able to do it if she hadn't been taught to swim. Caitlyn and many others ...

Caitlyn won an award for bravery after rescuing her sister but she says that she would never have been able to do it if she hadn't been taught to swim. Caitlyn and many others believe that it's so important to know how to swim, it should be a compulsory subject in schools but others feel that it should be left up to the parents.

Celebrating national tree day
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Celebrating national tree day

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A group of students participates in National Tree Day, planting trees in their community while we learn about all the things that trees do for us and why they're more ...

A group of students participates in National Tree Day, planting trees in their community while we learn about all the things that trees do for us and why they're more important than we might realize.

Young author overcomes adversity
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Young author overcomes adversity

Amber has an exciting life on a farm surrounded by animals and she'd love to write stories about them, but writing is a bit more challenging for her. She has a nerve condition ...

Amber has an exciting life on a farm surrounded by animals and she'd love to write stories about them, but writing is a bit more challenging for her. She has a nerve condition that affects several parts of her body, including her fingers which she is unable to make completely straight. Despite her challenges, Amber is working hard towards her goal of becoming an author.

How shoes affect the way we walk
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How shoes affect the way we walk

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At the Gait Lab in Alder Hey Hospital in Liverpool, Xand is decked out in a funny outfit to conduct an experiment. Everyone has their own way of walking their gait. Manager ...

At the Gait Lab in Alder Hey Hospital in Liverpool, Xand is decked out in a funny outfit to conduct an experiment. Everyone has their own way of walking their gait. Manager of this lab, Gill Holmes, explains that the little markers Xand is wearing are picked up on a computer screen so the lab team can watch a 3D model of his gait. Striding across the room barefoot, our good doctor displays a normal and healthy walking style. But the next test in stiletto heels demonstrates the problem of wear

The precision skill of sword swallowing
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The precision skill of sword swallowing

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Meet the mighty Gareth, who has mastered the art of swallowing ... a sword! It's a skill that takes many years of practice. Imagine having to guide a long steel blade deep ...

Meet the mighty Gareth, who has mastered the art of swallowing ... a sword! It's a skill that takes many years of practice. Imagine having to guide a long steel blade deep down and straight past all your vital organs along the way. The precision and concentration it takes to dodge your heart and lungs, etc, is absolutely incredible. In fact, one slip means death. Further, think about your gag reflex that feeling of being sick and rejecting something from your throat. Gareth has to control this

Toilets are more important than you think
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Toilets are more important than you think

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Did you know that there's actually a World Toilet Day Toilets aren't often celebrated or even talked about but this day is set aside to raise awareness of just how important ...

Did you know that there's actually a World Toilet Day Toilets aren't often celebrated or even talked about but this day is set aside to raise awareness of just how important toilets are and how some countries still struggle without them.

A special king of dance troupe
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A special king of dance troupe

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A team of students from Australia are part of what is known as the Bust A Move dance troupe, and they've got an incredible opportunity to travel to the US and perform at a big ...

A team of students from Australia are part of what is known as the Bust A Move dance troupe, and they've got an incredible opportunity to travel to the US and perform at a big Special Olympics event. They've worked hard to get this point as everyone in the group has some sort of physical handicap, but despite that, they are able to dance and perform and different events around the country and now, the world.

How op shops work
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How op shops work

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Just because you have some stuff that you don't use anymore doesn't mean that someone else might not like to have it which is where Op Shops come in handy. Find out all about ...

Just because you have some stuff that you don't use anymore doesn't mean that someone else might not like to have it which is where Op Shops come in handy. Find out all about these secondhand stores and meet a volunteer that has come across a few less appealing donations during her time there.

How mine closure affects Leigh Creek
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How mine closure affects Leigh Creek

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As trends and technology evolve, some jobs and industries start to become less relevant. In the town, when they closed the coal mine, they essentially shut down the town's ...

As trends and technology evolve, some jobs and industries start to become less relevant. In the town, when they closed the coal mine, they essentially shut down the town's entire economy and the town itself closed. Hear from some of the kids who lived there about how they feel about having to move under such unusual circumstances.

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