Greece shifting with Aegean Sea Plate
6:33

Greece shifting with Aegean Sea Plate

Clip from Faces Of Earth

Earth and environment

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Every minute of every day, the face of earth changes - sometimes right before our eyes. Compelling special effects and advanced animation techniques take viewers inside ...

Every minute of every day, the face of earth changes - sometimes right before our eyes. Compelling special effects and advanced animation techniques take viewers inside tectonic events.

Inequality and hard living in Victorian London
3:42

Inequality and hard living in Victorian London

Clip from Michael Mosley: Queen Victoria's Slum

Personal and social capability

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9-10
Classification: MatureClassification: Mature
This video has closed captioning
Things go from bad to worse as Britain is gripped by an economic depression in the early 1880s. As unemployment jumps from 2-10 percent, some of the men find themselves out of ...

Things go from bad to worse as Britain is gripped by an economic depression in the early 1880s. As unemployment jumps from 2-10 percent, some of the men find themselves out of work. The work shortage in the slum is exacerbated by an influx of new immigrants: descendants of Jews from Russia and Eastern Europe and English workers from the countryside. Space is now at even more of a premium, and work is scarce, pushing up the rent and causing outrage. With hungry mouths to feed, some of the mums go in search of poverty relief - and encounter the little provisions available to Victorians in desperate straits. Qualifying for extra food and funds is hard, and their morals, parenting and housekeeping is questioned. The slum is reaching breaking point.

Beginner's guide to mountain biking
3:48

Beginner's guide to mountain biking

Clip from Totally Wild

Health and PE

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Classification: GeneralClassification: General
This video has closed captioning
Get the scoop on Australia's best playground, the inside story on mountain biking and hockey, and an exclusive with an unusual bat.

Get the scoop on Australia's best playground, the inside story on mountain biking and hockey, and an exclusive with an unusual bat.

Lebanese react to Here Come the Habibs
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Lebanese react to Here Come the Habibs

Clip from The Feed

Intercultural understanding

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9-10
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News. People. Culture. Daily. Your daily mix of news, interviews, in-depth features and comedy. Hosted by Marc Fennell and Jan Fran, this program brings you the stories and ...

News. People. Culture. Daily. Your daily mix of news, interviews, in-depth features and comedy. Hosted by Marc Fennell and Jan Fran, this program brings you the stories and perspectives that matter. With reporting from Patrick Abboud and Laura Murphy-Oates, and satire from Michael Hing, Mark Humphries and Evan Williams. It's a global outlook with a local focus.

Kakadu's Mountford songline rock art
2:50

Kakadu's Mountford songline rock art

Clip from Going Places With Ernie Dingo

Indigenous Australians

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Ernie travels to Kakadu, takes a boat cruise up East Alligator River; meets photographer Louise; spends time with Trevor, a ranger; and takes a helicopter with Steve, ...

Ernie travels to Kakadu, takes a boat cruise up East Alligator River; meets photographer Louise; spends time with Trevor, a ranger; and takes a helicopter with Steve, originally a policeman.

Uranus' Miranda moon
4:24

Uranus' Miranda moon

Clip from Voyage To The Planets

Physics

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Classification: GeneralClassification: General
Got time for a 24-year holiday? Then consider a journey to our most distant and least explored planets, the ice giants Uranus and Neptune. There's only ever been one Earthly ...

Got time for a 24-year holiday? Then consider a journey to our most distant and least explored planets, the ice giants Uranus and Neptune. There's only ever been one Earthly visitor into this 'chill zone', the Voyager mission, launched in 1977. What would it be like to follow in its wake, for a human to undertake one of the greatest journeys of space exploration? How would you get there? What would you see? And would you ever survive? Strap yourselves in for an incredible voyage to the outer solar system.

Comparing mammal cells under a microscope
4:26

Comparing mammal cells under a microscope

Clip from Human Universe with Brian Cox

Biology

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9-10
Classification: Parental GuidanceClassification: Parental Guidance
This video has closed captioning
Brian Cox reveals how the wonderful complexity of nature and human life is simply the consequence of chance events constrained by the laws of physics that govern our universe. ...

Brian Cox reveals how the wonderful complexity of nature and human life is simply the consequence of chance events constrained by the laws of physics that govern our universe. But this leads him to a deeper question - why does our universe seem to have been set up with just the right rules to create us?

The Great Barrier Reef is no longer in danger
1:04

The Great Barrier Reef is no longer in danger

Clip from The Feed

News and current affairs

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9-10
Classification: Not ClassifiedClassification: Not Classified
News. People. Culture. Daily. Your daily mix of news, interviews, in-depth features and comedy. Hosted by Marc Fennell and Jan Fran, this program brings you the stories and ...

News. People. Culture. Daily. Your daily mix of news, interviews, in-depth features and comedy. Hosted by Marc Fennell and Jan Fran, this program brings you the stories and perspectives that matter. With reporting from Patrick Abboud and Laura Murphy-Oates, and satire from Michael Hing, Mark Humphries and Evan Williams. It's a global outlook with a local focus.

Drawdown a sign of 2004 Boxing Day tsunami
1:45

Drawdown a sign of 2004 Boxing Day tsunami

Clip from World's Worst Natural Disasters

Earth and environment

7-8
9-10
Classification: Parental GuidanceClassification: Parental Guidance
Historic floods, destructive fires, violent earthquakes. Mother Nature's reign of terror has spanned thousands of years.

Historic floods, destructive fires, violent earthquakes. Mother Nature's reign of terror has spanned thousands of years.

Launching rockets as a hobby
4:07

Launching rockets as a hobby

Clip from Totally Wild

Physics

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Classification: GeneralClassification: General
This video has closed captioning
How do you make something totally wild? It's not exactly rocket science! Just mix up baby animals, dragons, unicycles and a few rockets.

How do you make something totally wild? It's not exactly rocket science! Just mix up baby animals, dragons, unicycles and a few rockets.

Testing soil to identify fertile land
2:51

Testing soil to identify fertile land

Clip from Scope

Science

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Classification: GeneralClassification: General
This video has closed captioning
From purple carrots to poo-powered farms, it's all covered on this eggcellent episode: where the ordinary becomes extraordinary.

From purple carrots to poo-powered farms, it's all covered on this eggcellent episode: where the ordinary becomes extraordinary.

Beginner's guide to kitchen knives
1:49

Beginner's guide to kitchen knives

Clip from Short Cuts to Glory: Matt Okine vs Food

Design and technologies

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9-10
Classification: GeneralClassification: General
This video has closed captioning
Jill Dupleix shows Matt Okine how to cook the perfect roast lamb; Mark LaBrooy shows how to master a poached egg; Mitch Orr discusses the ins-and-outs of buying knifes; baking ...

Jill Dupleix shows Matt Okine how to cook the perfect roast lamb; Mark LaBrooy shows how to master a poached egg; Mitch Orr discusses the ins-and-outs of buying knifes; baking guru Katherine Sabbath pimps a store-bought cake.

Introduction to the nervous system
3:49

Introduction to the nervous system

Clip from Science Bank

Biology

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9-10
Classification: GeneralClassification: General
Science Bank is a series of programs which demonstrate a variety of science experiments with graphical explanations and real life applications. This episode: Responding to ...

Science Bank is a series of programs which demonstrate a variety of science experiments with graphical explanations and real life applications. This episode: Responding to Stimuli - the eye, nervous system and plant tropisms.

Campaigning to ban plastic bags
3:55

Campaigning to ban plastic bags

Clip from Behind the News

Civics and citizenship

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7-8
Classification: GeneralClassification: General
This video has closed captioning
News and current affairs for students.

News and current affairs for students.

Artificial intelligence 'smart vision' drone
2:49

Artificial intelligence 'smart vision' drone

Clip from Scope

Digital technologies

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Classification: GeneralClassification: General
This video has closed captioning
We explore the amazing to the mysterious, from facial recognition drones to ancient artefacts, in this episode: where the ordinary becomes extraordinary.

We explore the amazing to the mysterious, from facial recognition drones to ancient artefacts, in this episode: where the ordinary becomes extraordinary.

Predicting the behaviour of fire
3:00

Predicting the behaviour of fire

Clip from Scope

Science

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Classification: GeneralClassification: General
This video has closed captioning
SCIENCE OF FIRE: Humans have been fascinated by fire for tens of thousands of years! And on this episode of SCOPE, we stoke the coals of that curiosity with an episode all ...

SCIENCE OF FIRE: Humans have been fascinated by fire for tens of thousands of years! And on this episode of SCOPE, we stoke the coals of that curiosity with an episode all about this chemical combustion! We learn how fire trucks are made, we use computing power to predict bushfires and we fight fire with chemistry! FIRE TRUCK CONSTRUCTION: A regular old truck won't do the trick - to fight fires, you need some very special equipment! Join Ian Taylor and Mark Wallace from Liquip as they run through how they put together the vehicles that make up Queensland's fire fighting fleet! SPARKS MODELLING: Bush fires are chaotic and unpredictable! That's why Will Swedosh from the CSIRO developed a computer based fire simulator which can predict how a fire will behave before they start to spread! FIRE LAB: Join Dr Cristian Maluk and Dr Angus Law from the University of Queensland as they show off some amazing technology which allows them to study how fire behaves, not just down here on earth, but also up in space! DIY SCIENCE - SILVER EGG: Using fire and an optical illusion Junior Scientist Alexi shows us how to make an egg appear to be silver. FIRE TABLE: Bushfires are a dangerous aspect of the Australian wilderness. But as Nick McCarthy from the University of Queensland and Andrew Sturgess from the Queensland Fire and Emergency Services explain, devices such as their 'fire table' can help predict how these natural phenomenon behave in real life! FIRE FIGHTING SCIENCE: Join Paul Elso and Dawn Hartog from the Country Fire Authority as they explain how they're fighting fire ... with science! So get fired up for another fascinating episode of SCOPE: where the ordinary becomes extraordinary!

How to make a healthy bird cake
2:34

How to make a healthy bird cake

Clip from Scope

Science

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Classification: GeneralClassification: General
This video has closed captioning
Be part of the action as we talk to a tiger trainer about the tricks and science of his trade. And get up close with crocodiles as we spend some time in a croc enclosure!

Be part of the action as we talk to a tiger trainer about the tricks and science of his trade. And get up close with crocodiles as we spend some time in a croc enclosure!

Lasers measure greenhouse gasses
3:30

Lasers measure greenhouse gasses

Clip from Scope

Science

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Classification: GeneralClassification: General
This video has closed captioning
On this episode of Scope we find out what happens when the environment and technology collide. Not only can they live in harmony, they can help each other out! We check out ...

On this episode of Scope we find out what happens when the environment and technology collide. Not only can they live in harmony, they can help each other out! We check out the amazing life of coral, we learn how to make crystals from eggs and we explore ecosystems with our ears! LIGHTS, CAMERA AND CORAL: The stars in Brett Lewis' nature documentaries may be slow, but they're still rather spectacular! Join him at Queensland University of Technology as he explain how he's able to capture the movements of these amazing creatures! SMARTER STREET LIGHTS: Imagine if the streets lights were able to see you coming and light the way just for you! Well imagine no more! Priscilla Corbell and Peter Auhl from Adealide City Council introduce us to the new smart street lights gracing our streets! WEED FUEL: Weeds can be pesky backyard intruders! But as Caitlin Byrt from the University of Adelaide explains, they might one day be used to run our cars! DIY - EGG GEODE: Crystals can be found everywhere, from salt to snowflakes to diamonds! Junior Scientist Luci shows us how she makes crystals in egg shells and they are egg-cellent. GREENHOUSE LASER: Our planet relies upon a delicate balance gasses, which makes monitoring these gases very important! Meet Associate Professor David Ottaway and Dr Ori Henderson Sapir from the University of Adelaide who have developed a new laser which can detect greenhouse gasses over long distances. ACOUSTIC MONITORING: Dr David Tucker from Queensland University of Technology lets us in on how he eavesdrops on a forest to find out how natural sounds can speak volumes about an ecosystem's health! So join Lee in the lab for an eco-tech filled episode of SCOPE: where the ordinary becomes extraordinary!