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The Great Barrier Reef is the largest system of coral reefs in the world and supports an amazing variety of marine life. This program takes the viewer underwater to look at ...

The Great Barrier Reef is the largest system of coral reefs in the world and supports an amazing variety of marine life. This program takes the viewer underwater to look at the living coral, see how the reefs came into existence, and witness the amazing life the reefs support. We explore some major natural reefs, as well as introduced factors which affect the growth of the reefs and we look at the significance of the Reef being declared a World Heritage area.

Maps, magnets, compasses, global positioning systems and robotic boats, it's all part of the science of navigation. Join Dr Rob as he calculates his latitude and longitude and ...

Maps, magnets, compasses, global positioning systems and robotic boats, it's all part of the science of navigation. Join Dr Rob as he calculates his latitude and longitude and SCOPES out the science behind getting from 'A' to 'B' without getting lost.

This BtN special sends our reporters into the wild to explore the shrinking habitat of the Orang Utan. There's a lot more to Ladybirds than you ever knew, what's being done ...

This BtN special sends our reporters into the wild to explore the shrinking habitat of the Orang Utan. There's a lot more to Ladybirds than you ever knew, what's being done to control feral cats, as well as a bodyguard that's gone to the birds.

Our galaxy, the Milky Way, comprises more than 200 billion stars. They are a spiral disc 100,000 light years wide and 20,000 thick. Our nearest stellar neighbour is Alpha ...

Our galaxy, the Milky Way, comprises more than 200 billion stars. They are a spiral disc 100,000 light years wide and 20,000 thick. Our nearest stellar neighbour is Alpha Centauri, 4.25 light years away. The Sun, our local star, is two thirds of the way from the galactic centre. After ten-billion years of life, the Sun will bloat into red giant and die as a white dwarf. More massive stars have shorter lives and end in supernovae. The most massive collapse to be black holes.

Science is anything but black and white, so what exactly is colour? Well colour is light and light is colour, and colour comes from light but light is a form of energy. Join ...

Science is anything but black and white, so what exactly is colour? Well colour is light and light is colour, and colour comes from light but light is a form of energy. Join Dr Rob as he explores the colour spectrum and SCOPES out the science behind colours.

Filmmaker, Lee Whitmore's true story of growing up during one of the most talked about events in Australian history - the Petrov Affair. It's the summer of 1954 and seven year ...

Filmmaker, Lee Whitmore's true story of growing up during one of the most talked about events in Australian history - the Petrov Affair. It's the summer of 1954 and seven year old Lee and her friends are drifting through the holidays, exploring their quiet suburban neighbourhood where nothing ever seems to happen... until one day mysterious strangers move in with the old lady next door.

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

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

Dr Rob has decided to "Shape Up" in this episode as Scope tackles shapes in all their various forms. From cathedral arches to vast geological shapes, from kites to the leaves ...

Dr Rob has decided to "Shape Up" in this episode as Scope tackles shapes in all their various forms. From cathedral arches to vast geological shapes, from kites to the leaves on trees, Scope explores the scientific essence of shapes and their impact on our world.

Can a prawn do the backstroke? Can a sea jelly breaststroke? Can sharks freestyle? And can Dr Rob do the butterfly? All these questions and more will be answered in this ...

Can a prawn do the backstroke? Can a sea jelly breaststroke? Can sharks freestyle? And can Dr Rob do the butterfly? All these questions and more will be answered in this episode on things that swim.

From the hull to the bridge, the bow to the wake, from paddles to jets, there is so much science built into water craft. Join Dr Rob as he gets the helm and SCOPES out all the ...

From the hull to the bridge, the bow to the wake, from paddles to jets, there is so much science built into water craft. Join Dr Rob as he gets the helm and SCOPES out all the science behind water craft.

Totally Wild Extreme is all about sport! DIVING CHAMPIONS Nat checks out the sport of diving and finds out what's involved... one thing is for sure- you can't be afraid of ...

Totally Wild Extreme is all about sport! DIVING CHAMPIONS Nat checks out the sport of diving and finds out what's involved... one thing is for sure- you can't be afraid of heights! GYMNASTIC GUYS Sean hangs out with some talented young gymnasts to find out what they get up to in a typical training session. ROWING GIRLS While rowing a boat gently down a stream may hold a certain appeal, there is nothing gentle about these girls' training regime. Pip meets some elite high school rowers (including one destined for the AIS!) and learns all about the 'oarsome' sport of rowing. DOWNHILL MOUNTAIN BIKES It took Col approximately 6.25 seconds to come off his mountain bike, and that's exactly where this story begins! Join Col and the guys from Inside Line as they attempt to tackle some of Adelaide's hardest mountain bike trails!

CHINA CONNECTION We hear a lot about the importance of China for Australia. Why is this? BTN explains how countries trade with each other, and why Australia's mineral wealth ...

CHINA CONNECTION We hear a lot about the importance of China for Australia. Why is this? BTN explains how countries trade with each other, and why Australia's mineral wealth is so important for both countries. But there are suggestions that China's economic growth could slow...what would this mean for us? [Nathan} MARALINGA VICTIMS The Australian government has decided to pay compensation to veterans connected with the nuclear testing at Maralinga in the 1950s. BTN explains what happened...why people were unaware of the risks, what compensation is...and why the Maralinga victims still aren't happy [Sarah] YO-YO CHAMP We meet 15-year-old schoolboy Vu Ho, who's just been judged Australia's champion Yo-Yo player. BTN looks at the history of the game...as Vu explains his tricks, his practice routine...and his ambition to take part in the world championships in the U.S. [Tash] FOOD LABELLING We are what we eat, but we don't always know what we're eating. Australia does have laws about food labels but some say they don't go far enough. BTN reports on a Federal Government review into food labelling and why it's such a big issue for our diet and health [Sarah}. PET TIGER Imagine having a tiger as pet. That's the scenario at a private zoo on the New South Wales south coast...where the owners regard a young Bengal Tiger as one of the family. For the time being Kinwah eats in their kitchen and plays with the family dog. But it's also a potentially dangerous situation...and the day's approaching when Kinwah will need to get used to a very different lifestyle. [Tash]

Budget 2010 It's a federal election year for Australia and BTN will cover the year's politics with several stories in the run-up to the poll. This week we look at the 2010 ...

Budget 2010 It's a federal election year for Australia and BTN will cover the year's politics with several stories in the run-up to the poll. This week we look at the 2010 Federal Budget ..examining what a Budget is... how the money is divided up and the political arguments that determine who gets what. [Sarah] Internet Filters It's one of the most contentious Government initiatives - the plan to block Internet content that's deemed dangerous or inappropriate. We look at the arguments for and against the plan... how can kids be protected from bad things on the web, while not stopping adults from accessing content they feel they have a right to see. [Sarah] Donor Dogs We know that thousands of people donate blood to help those who are sick or injured. But it may come as a surprise that humans aren't the only ones doing it. BTN visits the world of blood-donor dogs....the vets who organise them.... and we meet a very happy recipient. [Kirsty] World Cup Australia has announced its initial squad for the soccer World Cup in South Africa. And Australia is also clearing the decks with other sporting bodies for a tilt at hosting the event in 2018 or 2022. So how does a country go about staging the world's biggest supporting event? [Nathan] Mind Tricks Have you ever been fascinated by magic tricks and how our brain is fooled into believing them? Well, neurologists in the United States are finding out exactly what's going on in our minds when we're interacting with magicians. [Tash]

Between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter is the asteroid belt, a swarm of rocky bodies. Every so often, perturbed perhaps by the gravitational tug of Jupiter, asteroids collide ...

Between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter is the asteroid belt, a swarm of rocky bodies. Every so often, perturbed perhaps by the gravitational tug of Jupiter, asteroids collide and tumble towards the Sun. If they pass Mars, they can threaten Earth. 65 million years ago an asteroid impact most probably killed the dinosaurs. That threat from space continues. How do we protect our planet? To get to know our enemy, robot spacecraft visit asteroids.

Farthest planet from the Sun, Pluto is so remote and small, it was not found until 1930. The discovery was made by a 24-year-old farmer’s son, Clyde Tombaugh. At the Lowell ...

Farthest planet from the Sun, Pluto is so remote and small, it was not found until 1930. The discovery was made by a 24-year-old farmer’s son, Clyde Tombaugh. At the Lowell Observatory, in Flagstaff, Arizona, US, Tombaugh photographed 45 million objects in the cosmos before spotting Pluto. And it was not until 1978 that Pluto’s huge moon Charon was discovered by Jim Christie. It was named after his wife. "Most men promise their wives the moon," she says. "Jim delivered."

TOP JOB: POLICE OFFICER After an embarrassing arrest Col finds himself at the South Australian Police Academy where he learns all about becoming a police officer... WHEEL ...

TOP JOB: POLICE OFFICER After an embarrassing arrest Col finds himself at the South Australian Police Academy where he learns all about becoming a police officer... WHEEL OF BRISBANE Pip visits the Wheel of Brisbane to find out how this 60m high Ferris wheel rolls. HIGHLAND DANCING Sean catches up with Commonwealth champion highland dancers, and discovers one of them has actually danced in front of royalty!!! Sean on the other hand... needs help with the dance. JOURNEY TO A TORTILLA Adam loves his Mexican food so he decided to found out how a Tortilla is made. TOTAL FIRE BAN It only takes one spark from a campfire or match for a fire to ignite and spread out of control. Fortunately there's a safe measure in place to prevent these types of bush fires from happening. Stacey asks Ranger Ros what a Total Fire Ban is, what you can and can't do and why.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Salinity
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Salinity: Australia's Urban Menace

Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  ABC  |  August 13, 2010
Many people think salinity is just a rural problem, but it's damaging homes, roads and playing fields in the city too. In this episode we meet people who are working to stop it.

Many people think salinity is just a rural problem, but it's damaging homes, roads and playing fields in the city too. In this episode we meet people who are working to stop it.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Mexico
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Mexico: Welcome To Mexico

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

A fun series of five minute video episodes of Australians with innovative careers. It's about people who really love their work and how they got into it, often with a few ...

A fun series of five minute video episodes of Australians with innovative careers. It's about people who really love their work and how they got into it, often with a few twists and turns on the way.

While we know disability hinders people in certain ways, we can also celebrate the fact that it enhances them in others. Being disabled is not something to fear or shy away ...

While we know disability hinders people in certain ways, we can also celebrate the fact that it enhances them in others. Being disabled is not something to fear or shy away from - amazing potential is present in all of us, no matter what our capabilities! We help kids understand disability and what it means for people, and to discover the great achievements made by our community - both as individuals and as groups.

Animalia
24:00

Animalia: Tomorrow

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

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

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

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

Cyberchase
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Cyberchase: Sensible Flats

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

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

Animalia
24:00

Animalia: Getting Over The Glums

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

This program explores the genre of TV soaps and reveals the key linguistic structures and features which make these programs function. The program looks at how soaps are made ...

This program explores the genre of TV soaps and reveals the key linguistic structures and features which make these programs function. The program looks at how soaps are made and students are encouraged to make critical assessments of what they see taking place behind the scenes in the creation of this form of entertainment.

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

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

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