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How odourless omega-3 supplements are made
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How odourless omega-3 supplements are made

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Omega3 is a type of fat that is essential for our health and is added to many foods and dietary supplements. Most omega3 is sourced from fish and has a fishy smell so how do ...

Omega3 is a type of fat that is essential for our health and is added to many foods and dietary supplements. Most omega3 is sourced from fish and has a fishy smell so how do scientists create versions of omega3 that both smell and taste odour free

Fighting in World War I
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Fighting in World War I

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Through a series of old letters, we learn the history of World War I and gain a better understanding of what it was like being a young person back then, getting involved in ...

Through a series of old letters, we learn the history of World War I and gain a better understanding of what it was like being a young person back then, getting involved in this global conflict.

Public v private companies
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Public v private companies

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The difference between private and public companies is explained using a Mac v PC type parody that highlights some of the pros and cons to both approaches, as well as ...

The difference between private and public companies is explained using a Mac v PC type parody that highlights some of the pros and cons to both approaches, as well as explaining why some public companies opt to go private.

Participating in the indigenous youth parliament
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Participating in the indigenous youth parliament

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Audrey brings us along on her trip to the National Indigenous Youth Parliament where we get a glimpse at how parliament works, explore why it's important to be involved with ...

Audrey brings us along on her trip to the National Indigenous Youth Parliament where we get a glimpse at how parliament works, explore why it's important to be involved with local government and examine some of the issues that are of the utmost importance to Indigenous Australians.

The law of the sea: who owns the ocean?
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The law of the sea: who owns the ocean?

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It's strange to think about anyone owning the ocean and no one really does but this video teaches us about some of the ways countries benefit from the waters they're ...

It's strange to think about anyone owning the ocean and no one really does but this video teaches us about some of the ways countries benefit from the waters they're surrounded by. From territorial waters that have to follow the laws of whatever country they surround to exclusive economic zones that are reserved for business opportunities of the nearby country, there are lots of interesting sea laws to observe.

Student athletes using sports supplements
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Student athletes using sports supplements

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A report on the rise of sport supplement use among student athletes and some of the fears many have about young people relying on them. We are also given suggestions for other ...

A report on the rise of sport supplement use among student athletes and some of the fears many have about young people relying on them. We are also given suggestions for other healthier ways for athletes to gain some of the benefits of a supplement through their diet.

How babies grow during pregnancy
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How babies grow during pregnancy

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The doctors explain how our belly buttons are linked to the umbilical cord and placenta before birth. Then, with the help of expectant mum Emelia, they perform ultrasound, ...

The doctors explain how our belly buttons are linked to the umbilical cord and placenta before birth. Then, with the help of expectant mum Emelia, they perform ultrasound, plus a 4D scan of a baby. We get an incredibly lifelike view of the baby's breathing, heartbeat, nourishment, and wondrous inner workings.

Sun, plants, and underwear
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Sun, plants, and underwear

Clip from Finding Stuff Out
Harrison learns that plants are everywhere, even in underwear.

Harrison learns that plants are everywhere, even in underwear.

Voyage to Australia (a few hundred years ago)
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Voyage to Australia (a few hundred years ago)

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Hundreds of years ago when people travelled by ship to get to Australia, they weren't coming under the best conditions. Join a group of students as they learn about some of ...

Hundreds of years ago when people travelled by ship to get to Australia, they weren't coming under the best conditions. Join a group of students as they learn about some of the less than ideal travelling arrangements of yesteryear as well as some of the sicknesses and other calamities many aboard these ships would face.

Helping disabled dogs get around
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Helping disabled dogs get around

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Duane talks to a nice couple who had a wile ago, adopted Ziggy, a border collie, from the RSPCA in Brisbane. Playing in the park, they began to notice something was wrong with ...

Duane talks to a nice couple who had a wile ago, adopted Ziggy, a border collie, from the RSPCA in Brisbane. Playing in the park, they began to notice something was wrong with the Ziggy's legs. veterinarian Jayne McGhie recounts that time, involving the amputation of one front leg, and successful operation to reset a bad fracture in the other. Then a cart with wheels was ordered for Ziggy who can now run around the park once again. This lesson shows what great attitude and spirit will do when de

Exploring underwater with a seascooter
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Exploring underwater with a seascooter

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Underwater exploration is made more fun with the use of a seascooter! Kellyn receives instruction today and even though it's a gloomy rainy one, the view under the sea is ...

Underwater exploration is made more fun with the use of a seascooter! Kellyn receives instruction today and even though it's a gloomy rainy one, the view under the sea is unaffected. With a sea scooter you don't have to go in a straight line you can buzz in and out and around shipwrecks. In this select area off the coast of Brissy, along with the seagrass and coral, there are various fish, sea turtles and dugongs on view!

A day with Koala Rescue
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A day with Koala Rescue

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Alex rides along with wildlife rescuer Ruth Lewis, to rescue koalas in distress. Just yesterday Ruth had five calls to go out on. So far today has been quiet but her phone ...

Alex rides along with wildlife rescuer Ruth Lewis, to rescue koalas in distress. Just yesterday Ruth had five calls to go out on. So far today has been quiet but her phone rings so off they go to rescue an orphaned baby they spot up in a tree. Back at the clinic, Ruth checks the wee one over, and we see other patients there. One koala wears a full arm cast, after being hit by a car. She'll be okay and it's thanks to people like rescuer Ruth, and Alex spreading the word!

How theatrical lighting is rigged up
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How theatrical lighting is rigged up

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Alex talks to theatrical production students Erin Handford and Shane Kumar, about the world of theatrical lighting. It's more intricate than it looks combining technology, ...

Alex talks to theatrical production students Erin Handford and Shane Kumar, about the world of theatrical lighting. It's more intricate than it looks combining technology, dexterity, timing right up to knowledge of colour theory for mood and atmosphere creation. After all, without lighting technicians, there's nothing to see!

Extreme adventure racing
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Extreme adventure racing

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It takes some crazy and driven athletes to join an adventure race such as this! Kayaking through old submarine tunnels, followed by a frigidwater swim, is tough enough. How ...

It takes some crazy and driven athletes to join an adventure race such as this! Kayaking through old submarine tunnels, followed by a frigidwater swim, is tough enough. How about adding some mountain running up steep sets of stairs We get to see the winning athlete claim the top of the mountain and the top of the podium. You won't believe the record time he clocked!

Rangers' pride in outback preservation
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Rangers' pride in outback preservation

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We see a team of rangers who protect Australia's remote outback land. Checking on croc eggs, protecting Indigenous artwork found on rocks, and caring for the environment in ...

We see a team of rangers who protect Australia's remote outback land. Checking on croc eggs, protecting Indigenous artwork found on rocks, and caring for the environment in general are all in a day's work. Passing on this knowledge to junior rangers gives a sense of pride and the knowledge that the land will be in good hands in the future.

The capybara: world's largest rodent
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The capybara: world's largest rodent

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Scott questions keeper Kerry Bebbington on the characteristics of the world's largest rodent the capybara! Most closely resembling a giant guinea pig on steroids, they're ...

Scott questions keeper Kerry Bebbington on the characteristics of the world's largest rodent the capybara! Most closely resembling a giant guinea pig on steroids, they're actually a placid creature that loves to chill out by standing around for hours in a lake. As they're semiaquatic, they love to do this in their pond at the zoo. With an interesting diet including bamboo, it's fun to watch them take chomps out of fruit, as Scott enthuses while we watch him participate at feeding time.

How enrichment helps orangutans
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How enrichment helps orangutans

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Zoo keeper Fleur Butcher talks with Natalie about orangutans, and one big favourite in particular! This big boy is 12 years old and acts like a teenager while being very' very ...

Zoo keeper Fleur Butcher talks with Natalie about orangutans, and one big favourite in particular! This big boy is 12 years old and acts like a teenager while being very' very intelligent. He'll make tools to reach for what the keeper has dropped on the ground outside his cage. He gets stimulated doing artwork either with a brush on a canvas held by keeper Fleur, or with a big, coloured chalk, drawing hieroglyphics on the wall inside his cage. This kind of artistic animal enrichment is extended

How zookeepers catch alligators
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How zookeepers catch alligators

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Keeper Kristi Nageli is on hand today, telling Duane all about alligators. She reveals just how intelligent they are how they respond to vocal signals and body language. ...

Keeper Kristi Nageli is on hand today, telling Duane all about alligators. She reveals just how intelligent they are how they respond to vocal signals and body language. Duane needs to know, as he's going inside the alligator environment to watch closely as Kristi captures one, 'Charles', for a checkup. We watch with amazement at the guts and expertise this woman has in pouncing on, yet respecting the alligator's safety. Not to mention preserving hers! While the gator lies placidly on his back

How wheelchair rugby is played
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How wheelchair rugby is played

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Welcome to the smashes and crashes of wheelchair rugby! Kellyn interviews a few of the successful players in the sport who are here for a game today which she later bravely ...

Welcome to the smashes and crashes of wheelchair rugby! Kellyn interviews a few of the successful players in the sport who are here for a game today which she later bravely participates in. One tells her it's a combination of basketball, ice hockey, gridiron and AFL! Another player who has an Olympic gold medal from the sport, tells Kellyn that after he'd been in a car accident at 16, during rehab he discovered wheelchair rugby. Like a lot of teenage guys, he did a lot of sports and this has gi

Creating and racing billy carts
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Creating and racing billy carts

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Billy carts make for a crazy and creative race, not to mention fast! Building these things to stand the rigors of the race plus creating crowdpleasing themes is quite a feat ...

Billy carts make for a crazy and creative race, not to mention fast! Building these things to stand the rigors of the race plus creating crowdpleasing themes is quite a feat in itself. We see everything from a Star Wars team to a Back to the Future motif. Is that is that an Italian restaurant table on wheels decked out with a plate of spaghetti Whoops, it's tipping over ... one race judge says some of these billy carts are going to fall apart before they hit the finish line! Watch to see which

The skills that make a champion water polo player
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The skills that make a champion water polo player

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Alex hits the pool to interview National Water Polo champs, the Brisbane Barracudas Ash, Bronte and Maddy. Although modest, Ash's shot is anything but clocked as the fastest ...

Alex hits the pool to interview National Water Polo champs, the Brisbane Barracudas Ash, Bronte and Maddy. Although modest, Ash's shot is anything but clocked as the fastest for women in the world! Alex gamely treads water with the best, even completing some of the drills and warm up exercises. Then we get to be spectators, as the barracudas split in half for a fun match, with one side carrying Alex. See the short highlight reel to find out who wins!

Abseiling for a cause
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Abseiling for a cause

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Natalie talks to two of the youngest participants in a 100person extreme fundraiser. Today, they are abseiling down a 27storey building to fundraise for foster kids. Event ...

Natalie talks to two of the youngest participants in a 100person extreme fundraiser. Today, they are abseiling down a 27storey building to fundraise for foster kids. Event technical director, Brayden West, explains how he sets up all the safety mechanisms and teaches equipment use. Everyone agrees that the scariest moment is first backing off the roof! Once over the edge, it's pretty clear sailing and because of this bravery, some foster kids are going to have a better life.

Facing down the great white shark (part 1)
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Facing down the great white shark (part 1)

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Scott prepares to jump in and swim with the king of apex predators the great white shark! He first talks to Captain Andrew Wright who assures Scott there'll be a big cage ...

Scott prepares to jump in and swim with the king of apex predators the great white shark! He first talks to Captain Andrew Wright who assures Scott there'll be a big cage around him. There's a long boat ride to get to the place, so it gives our lad plenty of time to think about what awaits him, and a handful of other brave divers on this day. Follow that fin to part 2!

Using catapults to teach teamwork
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Using catapults to teach teamwork

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Three groups of kids, three catapults they've built and the competition's on! While Kellen's team and Alex's team practise their strategic shots, Duane gets advice from ...

Three groups of kids, three catapults they've built and the competition's on! While Kellen's team and Alex's team practise their strategic shots, Duane gets advice from 'catapult queen' Shelly Massie, on behalf of his. Says Shel shoot 'em from the low position so they fly up for great catches. Bonus points for making cool catches. The competition's going good til the one team realises they're losing and barrages the other teams with balls! A freeforall ensues until Shelley steps in and issues

Helping a baby baboon along
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Helping a baby baboon along

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Bec Milne, baboon keeper at the Melbourne Zoo, talks with Natalie aboutthe different, distinct identities within the baboon troop here. One character in particular is the ...

Bec Milne, baboon keeper at the Melbourne Zoo, talks with Natalie aboutthe different, distinct identities within the baboon troop here. One character in particular is the dominant male of the group, 'Hans'. The oldest, and with the biggest, reddest bum, he watches over his little troop. We focus on baby Juju, who has needed much care and many milk bottles to get her this far. The baby's mum hadn't properly known how to care for him and lacked the milk he needed what he was born. Otherwise she is

How swimming with sea lions helps preserve them
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How swimming with sea lions helps preserve them

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Today, Scott takes us to Port Lincoln so we can board a boat and head across the ocean to a place where sea lions frolic. this excursion is setup so the public can see what do ...

Today, Scott takes us to Port Lincoln so we can board a boat and head across the ocean to a place where sea lions frolic. this excursion is setup so the public can see what do you see what these 'puppy dogs of the sea' are like. this species has been endangered so it's important to spread awareness. Jump in the water's fine, as you swim about with your new, inquisitive playmates. Scott takes full advantage of this opportunity and is rewarded with a kiss on the hand!

Why the lovable basset hound is an amazing hunter
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Why the lovable basset hound is an amazing hunter

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Emma feels so lucky today to be surrounded by basset hound puppies as she talks to breeder Chris Lawrence, to find out why they're designed like they are! We all of course ...

Emma feels so lucky today to be surrounded by basset hound puppies as she talks to breeder Chris Lawrence, to find out why they're designed like they are! We all of course take note of those impossibly long ears (longest in the dog world), not to mention all those endearing wrinkles. This unique and cuddly features make the basset hound an incredible tracking and hunting machine watch to find out why!

How to shoe a horse
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How to shoe a horse

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Duane visits farrier Shane Nash, to learn all about horseshoe making. first, removing cakedin mud and dirt from each hoof and filing the hoof down to horseshoe level again ...

Duane visits farrier Shane Nash, to learn all about horseshoe making. first, removing cakedin mud and dirt from each hoof and filing the hoof down to horseshoe level again (because they grow like our fingernails) is paramount. Next, removing the horseshoes is a bit of a trial, but once they're pried off, the new ones go on. These replacement horseshoes have to be shaped exactly to the individual horse's hoof. It's a process, but as Shane seen says, 'Your horse can't get around if he doesn't have

Genoa River wildlife tour
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Genoa River wildlife tour

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Nat's cruising withtour captain John Buckley today. As they head out on the Genoa River, a tour John leads every day, they view different bird species flying, soaring and ...

Nat's cruising withtour captain John Buckley today. As they head out on the Genoa River, a tour John leads every day, they view different bird species flying, soaring and hunting. We get to see an eagle swoop down and take a fish off the surface of the water with only one foot. Jon explains they have to be accurate and keep one foot free for landing! Delighted tourists can get a look at 30 different bird species on a good day. On and near the shoreline can be seen crocodiles, water lizards and o

How to be a race walker and hurdler too!
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How to be a race walker and hurdler too!

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Alex talks to young speed walkers, serious about this ultrahealthy and physical sport. There's a different technique to this movement, strongly involving the hips. because you ...

Alex talks to young speed walkers, serious about this ultrahealthy and physical sport. There's a different technique to this movement, strongly involving the hips. because you have to keep your legs straight. So this fantastic form of exercise may look ungainly, but wait till you see Alex compete against little girls in the hurdling event instructive but hilarious!

What goes on in a sewerage plant?
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What goes on in a sewerage plant?

Clip from Totally Wild
Duane thinks he's only taking the tour but he's actually getting his hands dirty today, as he gets set to help remove a clog in the sewerage plant! The head of operations, ...

Duane thinks he's only taking the tour but he's actually getting his hands dirty today, as he gets set to help remove a clog in the sewerage plant! The head of operations, Chris, explains what sewage is made of (it's not only poo) and why people should stop flushing objects like baby wipes down the toilet. A fascinating look that's certainly clears up a lot!

What it takes to perform contemporary dance
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What it takes to perform contemporary dance

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Scott is shown the ropes by female contemporary dancers. Acclaimed choreographer and dancer Phoebe Fisher puts him through a 'medium' routine, which he then performs with the ...

Scott is shown the ropes by female contemporary dancers. Acclaimed choreographer and dancer Phoebe Fisher puts him through a 'medium' routine, which he then performs with the entire group. Later, backstage on opening night, Scott interviews dance members and we get a feel for the emotions and pride involved!

Australia's submarines
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Australia's submarines

Clip from Behind The News
While submarines seem a little cramped and operate under the ocean (not the most appealing getaway spot), they can actually be really helpful for the country's Navy. Find out ...

While submarines seem a little cramped and operate under the ocean (not the most appealing getaway spot), they can actually be really helpful for the country's Navy. Find out about the plan to add more submarines to the fleet and why some feel they are such an important asset.

What happens when you have haemophilia
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What happens when you have haemophilia

Clip from Operation Ouch!
Today we meet brothers Ben, Zack and Jake, who all suffer from haemophilia. They are in for their threemonth checkup with Dr Grainger. Upon inspecting their legs, he finds ...

Today we meet brothers Ben, Zack and Jake, who all suffer from haemophilia. They are in for their threemonth checkup with Dr Grainger. Upon inspecting their legs, he finds 'healthy active boy bruises', because their medicine is working well. Without medicine to stop the bleeding inside, you'd see tennis ballsized bruises containing small, hard lumps. Next we meet Mohammed, who has been taught by the clinic to do his own injections, as they start teaching this practice to 10 and 11 yearold patien

How they fix a toe injury
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How they fix a toe injury

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Emily, who is seven years old, waits in emergency with a painful big toe. She blames her little brother for knocking a heavyframed photo onto her foot while they were playing ...

Emily, who is seven years old, waits in emergency with a painful big toe. She blames her little brother for knocking a heavyframed photo onto her foot while they were playing in her bedroom. Dr Reddy Ilavala scrutinises her big toe and drastic looking toenail. Mum helps to give her daughter a painkiller to inhale, as Dr Reddy has decided to drill a tiny hole in the nail to drain the blood, and relieve the pressure. Called trephining, this technique is definitely the one to start the toe healing

How skin repairs itself when cut
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How skin repairs itself when cut

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When we've cut our skin, our body has a way of repairing itself, involving new skin cells and amazing support to promote their growth! Through this cartoon featuring 'The ...

When we've cut our skin, our body has a way of repairing itself, involving new skin cells and amazing support to promote their growth! Through this cartoon featuring 'The Unluckiest Kid', we learn all the healing steps the skin takes. From clotting to bacteria and infection fighting, the whole process is fascinating. And wouldn't it be a shame to undo it all by picking that scab rather then letting it heal by itself!

What to do if you get a splinter
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What to do if you get a splinter

Clip from Operation Ouch!
The playground can be a dangerous place with various accidents that could happen to you. Today, unlucky Chris gets a splinter in his hand, simply sitting on a park bench! ...

The playground can be a dangerous place with various accidents that could happen to you. Today, unlucky Chris gets a splinter in his hand, simply sitting on a park bench! Fortunately, Xand has his firstaid kit ready and takes care of his brother's minor injury right there. To back up what we watch Xand doing, we get a multiple choice question to see if kids can guess the correct answer in treating this nasty but common occurrence.

How a broken bone repairs itself
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How a broken bone repairs itself

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Doctors and Xand, through the use of a clever animation, describe the process of how your bones repair themselves when you've sustained a break or fracture. Of course on your ...

Doctors and Xand, through the use of a clever animation, describe the process of how your bones repair themselves when you've sustained a break or fracture. Of course on your arm for example, you'd wear a plaster cast. But the rest of the repair comes from inside yourself!

Why tourists line up to sniff the corpse flower
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Why tourists line up to sniff the corpse flower

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Horticulturist Matt Coulter informs Emma of some of the finer points of a very foul flower! Called 'The Corpse flower', because of it reeks of rotting flesh, it's inner purple ...

Horticulturist Matt Coulter informs Emma of some of the finer points of a very foul flower! Called 'The Corpse flower', because of it reeks of rotting flesh, it's inner purple colour reflects it's name as well. It's the colour of nature's rot, so entices insects to lay eggs in it and at the same time pollinate this putrid plant. A rare experience for tourists who line up to get a snap and a sniff, this awesome beauty is found mainly in an Indonesian rainforest.

Why we shouldn't pick at our skin and fingernails
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Why we shouldn't pick at our skin and fingernails

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This is a cautionary tale about leaving your skin alone! Sixyearold Rio checks into the hospital with an infected finger, and comes under the care of Professor Simon Carley. ...

This is a cautionary tale about leaving your skin alone! Sixyearold Rio checks into the hospital with an infected finger, and comes under the care of Professor Simon Carley. The young lad had gotten into the habit of peeling at the skin around his fingernail. The good professor quickly realises, upon examining Rio's yellow fingertip, that he will have to let the pus out and disinfect the digit. So, some laughing gas (nitrous oxide) is administered, the procedure painlessly performed and Rio is

Amazing eye surgery and results
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Amazing eye surgery and results

Clip from Operation Ouch!
In Manchester, Chris meets eye specialist Dr Jane Ashworth. She is about to perform corrective surgery to actually weaken some eye muscles of young Josh, because they are so ...

In Manchester, Chris meets eye specialist Dr Jane Ashworth. She is about to perform corrective surgery to actually weaken some eye muscles of young Josh, because they are so strong that they force the lad's eyes to go crossed when he looks down. Just as we have skin all over our body, the eye also has skin that must be peeled back and sewn up again. So the instruments, needles and threads in the hands of Dr Jane need to be very, very fine to carry out this delicate work. Chris get assessed and w

Why snot is vital for your body
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Why snot is vital for your body

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Chris goes to Cardiff University's School of Biosciences to speak with snot expert Dr Kelly Berube, who has gobs of fake goo strings on hand for exhibition purposes! Chris is ...

Chris goes to Cardiff University's School of Biosciences to speak with snot expert Dr Kelly Berube, who has gobs of fake goo strings on hand for exhibition purposes! Chris is curious about what the real stuff's made of, and the answer is it's a natural polymer our body makes. It's cells trapped in the mucus membrane all around our body inside, waiting to be cast out. Dr Kelly likens it to fly paper, as it traps 'invaders' proteins, bacteria so we can rid our body of them. So when we inhale the

How our bodies cope with fear
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How our bodies cope with fear

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Chris goes for a terrifying rollercoaster ride at Alton Towers, to find out how his body copes with fear! Attached to him is a mini monitor allowing us to check out his ...

Chris goes for a terrifying rollercoaster ride at Alton Towers, to find out how his body copes with fear! Attached to him is a mini monitor allowing us to check out his escalating heart rate throughout this wild ride. It does go up, up, up as Chris is constantly scared out of his wits. We get an explanation about how adrenaline comes into play the hormone that is released to get you into fighting form to face your fear. Then when the ride ends, we see another spike in Chris' heart rate, reflect

How the skin repairs itself after injury (part 1)
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How the skin repairs itself after injury (part 1)

Clip from Operation Ouch!
Thirteenyearold Rhys got banged up badly at the local bike park. He was doing crowdpleasing stunts on the half pipe, so decided to try the big one! Descending the long slope ...

Thirteenyearold Rhys got banged up badly at the local bike park. He was doing crowdpleasing stunts on the half pipe, so decided to try the big one! Descending the long slope at top speed, Rhys felt out of control, and jammed on his break. This caused him to fly headlong over the handlebars, landing on his face. Good job he was wearing his bike helmet! Taken to hospital, he is attended by Professor Kevin Mackway Jones, who details the immediate course of action for Rhys. Then Nurse Michael gently

What happens when you don't brush your teeth
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What happens when you don't brush your teeth

Clip from Operation Ouch!
Doctors Chris and Xand head into the lab today to inflict pain on each other! In between pinching his brother on the arm, Chris wonders aloud why we feel pain differently in ...

Doctors Chris and Xand head into the lab today to inflict pain on each other! In between pinching his brother on the arm, Chris wonders aloud why we feel pain differently in different situations. Betwixt howls of 'Stop it!', Xand tells us that 'pain is in your brain'. Using a heat stimulation thermode, the brothers take turns showing how much pain they can endure, while the other brother dials up the heat rod (specially designed not to burn!). When it's Chris's turn, he visualises relaxing on a

The extreme sport of free running
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The extreme sport of free running

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Our body has 600 muscles, and the young man we meet today uses them all a lot more than the average punter! Tim 'Livewire' Shieff is a professional free runner, and one of the ...

Our body has 600 muscles, and the young man we meet today uses them all a lot more than the average punter! Tim 'Livewire' Shieff is a professional free runner, and one of the few in the world who can control a onehanded handstand! His showplace is the deserted urban landscape of South London. Before he goes on one of these acrobatic, SpiderManlike runs, he checks the route for grippy walls, loose bricks, railings, etc with an eye also to respecting the environment and keeping it intact. We lea

Visiting Japan five years after deadly earthquake
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Visiting Japan five years after deadly earthquake

Clip from Behind The News Specials
In 2011, Japan was hit by a massive earthquake that prompted a tsunami and eventually even a meltdown at a nuclear power plant. Many lives were affected by these disastrous ...

In 2011, Japan was hit by a massive earthquake that prompted a tsunami and eventually even a meltdown at a nuclear power plant. Many lives were affected by these disastrous events and this report from 2016 shows how kids and their families have been able to rebuild since then, but the impact of that earthquake still remains.

Wheelchair motocross
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Wheelchair motocross

Clip from Behind The News
Tim has to use a wheelchair to get around a lot of time because of a condition he was born with but he didn't want that to hold him back from getting to compete in extreme ...

Tim has to use a wheelchair to get around a lot of time because of a condition he was born with but he didn't want that to hold him back from getting to compete in extreme sports. Join Tim as he tells us more about wheelchair motocross and explains what he's doing to help bring the sport to Australia.

Elizabeth II sets record as longest serving queen
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Elizabeth II sets record as longest serving queen

Clip from Behind The News Special
Queen Elizabeth II recently set a record as the longest serving queen and quite a lot has happened through many years of service. Find out how her power and position has ...

Queen Elizabeth II recently set a record as the longest serving queen and quite a lot has happened through many years of service. Find out how her power and position has changed through the years and the ongoing debate about whether or not she should still be Australia's queen.

International Scrabble competition
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International Scrabble competition

Clip from Behind The News
When most people think of Scrabble, they think of a fun, simple board game that they play with friends. But did you know that there are actually international competitions ...

When most people think of Scrabble, they think of a fun, simple board game that they play with friends. But did you know that there are actually international competitions where students from around the world play against each other Meet some of these competitors who take the game very seriously and put a lot of thought into strategy so they can be the best players around.

The history of the Melbourne Cup
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The history of the Melbourne Cup

Clip from Behind The News
The Melbourne Cup is an annual tradition that captures the attention of the entire country and many other viewers around the world. Find out all about how it got started and ...

The Melbourne Cup is an annual tradition that captures the attention of the entire country and many other viewers around the world. Find out all about how it got started and some of the things that make it unique.

Jobs of the future
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Jobs of the future

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What do you want to be when you grow up That question might be harder than it sounds because the truth is, we don't know what the job market will look like by then. Find out ...

What do you want to be when you grow up That question might be harder than it sounds because the truth is, we don't know what the job market will look like by then. Find out more about the ways technology and robotics are influencing the jobs of the future and hear from kids who share what their dream future job would be.

The First Fleet 2
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The First Fleet 2

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Did you know that many of the first settlers in Australia were criminals In the 1700s, London had very strict laws so when parents and children from poor families had to steal ...

Did you know that many of the first settlers in Australia were criminals In the 1700s, London had very strict laws so when parents and children from poor families had to steal just to survive, they had harsh punishments waiting for them if caught. Eventually, jails got overcrowded and many of them were sent to New South Wales as part of the First Fleet and the first generation of settlers that helped shape the country into what it is today.

Making things float
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Making things float

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Harrison learns why a lemon floats, but a lime doesn't. Two kids are challenged to create something that floats out of a ball of clay.

Harrison learns why a lemon floats, but a lime doesn't. Two kids are challenged to create something that floats out of a ball of clay.

Visiting historical sites of World War I
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Visiting historical sites of World War I

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Lucinda wrote an essay about a World War I soldier named Leslie Varley Duxbury and that essay won her a trip to France to visit some of the historical sites of World War I. ...

Lucinda wrote an essay about a World War I soldier named Leslie Varley Duxbury and that essay won her a trip to France to visit some of the historical sites of World War I. She takes us along for the trip as she visits monuments, graveyards, historical battle sites as well as the grave of the soldier she's come to know so much about.

Women who served in World War I
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Women who served in World War I

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Students learn about Olive, a nurse during World War I, by examining old letters and other material to get a better picture of what life was like back then. Whether serving as ...

Students learn about Olive, a nurse during World War I, by examining old letters and other material to get a better picture of what life was like back then. Whether serving as a nurse like Olive or taking over jobs men vacated back home, women played a crucial role in World War I and many of them put their lives on the line.

What are greenhouses gasses?
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What are greenhouses gasses?

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When people talk about climate change, it can be a bit confusing as far as what that means and what causes it. The main culprit is greenhouse gases, which occur naturally but ...

When people talk about climate change, it can be a bit confusing as far as what that means and what causes it. The main culprit is greenhouse gases, which occur naturally but due to human involvement, a lot more have been released. What are the consequences and how can we reverse them

Saving the dolphins from pollution
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Saving the dolphins from pollution

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Scientists were able to photograph dolphins and analyse marks on their fins to determine changes in pollution.

Scientists were able to photograph dolphins and analyse marks on their fins to determine changes in pollution.

Predicting the behaviour of fire
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Predicting the behaviour of fire

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Fires behave and spread differently. Technology is now giving researchers the ability to figure out the spread or even predict the bush fires.

Fires behave and spread differently. Technology is now giving researchers the ability to figure out the spread or even predict the bush fires.

A T-shirt that changes colour using light
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A T-shirt that changes colour using light

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An experiment that demonstrates how a photochromic Tshirt will change colours due to a chemical reaction, depending on the amount of light hitting it.

An experiment that demonstrates how a photochromic Tshirt will change colours due to a chemical reaction, depending on the amount of light hitting it.

Learning and training at Aviation State High School
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Learning and training at Aviation State High School

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Kellyn interviews Aviation State High School teacher Jack Clarke. Starting out as a regular state high school, they added speciality courses to the curriculum making it the ...

Kellyn interviews Aviation State High School teacher Jack Clarke. Starting out as a regular state high school, they added speciality courses to the curriculum making it the place to train for budding pilots, engineers, and even flight attendants.

Why temperature is so important in bread making
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Why temperature is so important in bread making

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Temperature is one of the most important factors to create bread. Flour and water are important also, but temperature determines its outcome

Temperature is one of the most important factors to create bread. Flour and water are important also, but temperature determines its outcome

Fixing a broken finger (part 1)
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Fixing a broken finger (part 1)

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Fiveyearold Erin and her hurting pinky finger wait in Emergency. Nurse practitioner Julia Maxted is on hand to examine it. After Xrays, we can plainly see the little digit ...

Fiveyearold Erin and her hurting pinky finger wait in Emergency. Nurse practitioner Julia Maxted is on hand to examine it. After Xrays, we can plainly see the little digit sticking out and needing realignment. No need for an operating table this will be done right in the chair. See part 2 to find out what effect laughing gas has on alreadychipper Erin!

How to make a healthy bird cake
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How to make a healthy bird cake

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Using oats, honey, seeds, and warm lard, you can make your own bird cakes to feed the local wildlife.

Using oats, honey, seeds, and warm lard, you can make your own bird cakes to feed the local wildlife.

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