Finding the lost thing
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Finding the lost thing

Clip from The Lost Thing

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A boy finds a strange creature on a beach, find out what it is in this clip.

A boy finds a strange creature on a beach, find out what it is in this clip.

No one knows about The Lost Thing
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No one knows about The Lost Thing

Clip from The Lost Thing

Media arts

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DIY search for extraterrestrial life
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DIY search for extraterrestrial life

Clip from Scope

Science

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The thought of extraterrestrial has captured the imagination of scientists and civilians for centuries, manifesting in wacky conspiracy theories and blockbuster movies. Now ...

The thought of extraterrestrial has captured the imagination of scientists and civilians for centuries, manifesting in wacky conspiracy theories and blockbuster movies. Now you can help answer one of the world's most fascinating questions: Are we alone? Paige from the Double Helix Science Club explains how you can help the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence Institute with SETI@Home: http://setiathome.ssl.berkeley.edu. All you need is a computer and a little bit of curiosity.

How the Heart Works - short clip
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How the Heart Works - short clip

Clip from Don't Die Young

Health and PE

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Dr Alice Roberts gives us a real life example of how the heart jumps into action when we are excited or stressed, illustrates wh

Dr Alice Roberts gives us a real life example of how the heart jumps into action when we are excited or stressed, illustrates wh

Changing public opinion through advertising
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Changing public opinion through advertising

Clip from Behind The News

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Using an advertisement promoting the passing of a Carbon Tax in 2011, 'Behind The News' examines how advertising can often help change public opinion.

Using an advertisement promoting the passing of a Carbon Tax in 2011, 'Behind The News' examines how advertising can often help change public opinion.

DIY hand sanitiser test
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DIY hand sanitiser test

Clip from Scope

Science

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Junior scientist Jeffrey shows us how to test if our sanitisers are really keeping our hands clean and how to choose the right product. To conduct this experiment yourself, ...

Junior scientist Jeffrey shows us how to test if our sanitisers are really keeping our hands clean and how to choose the right product. To conduct this experiment yourself, you will need agar agar plates, a sample of Sarcina lutea, cotton wool tips, clear film, filter paper, the sanitisers you want to test and a temperature controlled environment.

Malnutrition: The tragic experiment of Dr William Stark
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Malnutrition: The tragic experiment of Dr William Stark

Clip from Medical Mavericks: The History of Self-Experimentation

Health and PE

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In the 18th century little was known about nutrition. Dr William Stark decided to try limiting the food he ate to bread water and honey. It didn't end well.

In the 18th century little was known about nutrition. Dr William Stark decided to try limiting the food he ate to bread water and honey. It didn't end well.

Introduction to the Intestines & Stomach: Short BBC clip
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Introduction to the Intestines & Stomach: Short BBC clip

Clip from Don't Die Young

Health and PE

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Dr Alice Roberts from the BBC gives us the basics on the intestines, how big they are and what happens when we don't have a heal

Dr Alice Roberts from the BBC gives us the basics on the intestines, how big they are and what happens when we don't have a heal

Fluent English speakers will change their accents
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Fluent English speakers will change their accents

Clip from Worlds Of English

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Three experienced English speakers reveal they change accents and phrases to be understood in different situations.

Three experienced English speakers reveal they change accents and phrases to be understood in different situations.

The codes of Australian football
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The codes of Australian football

Clip from Sunday Night

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Football. Is it soccer, NRL, AFL or rugby union? The different codes are under the microscope in a segment about female footballers from 'Sunday Night'.

Football. Is it soccer, NRL, AFL or rugby union? The different codes are under the microscope in a segment about female footballers from 'Sunday Night'.

DIY tarnished silver test
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DIY tarnished silver test

Clip from Scope

Science

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Tarnishing occurs the outermost layer of a metal comes into contact with oxygen and sulphur dioxide, undergoing a chemical reaction and lightly corroding. Usually found on old ...

Tarnishing occurs the outermost layer of a metal comes into contact with oxygen and sulphur dioxide, undergoing a chemical reaction and lightly corroding. Usually found on old silverware, trinkets and statues, junior scientist Elizabeth tests whether you can speed up the tarnishing process using high-sulphide household ingredients. To follow along, you will need four silver items, eggs, garlic, onions, zip lock bags and a pen.

How underwater ridges and trenches are formed
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How underwater ridges and trenches are formed

Clip from How The Earth Was Made

Geography

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They are some the largest and deepest structures on our planet - but are invisible to us because they are under the sea. Find out how ocean ridges and trenches are formed.

They are some the largest and deepest structures on our planet - but are invisible to us because they are under the sea. Find out how ocean ridges and trenches are formed.

DIY electroscope
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DIY electroscope

Clip from Scope

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Junior scientist Phoebe demonstrates how to build a pith-ball electroscope and start experimenting with positive and negative electrical charges. To start conducting your own ...

Junior scientist Phoebe demonstrates how to build a pith-ball electroscope and start experimenting with positive and negative electrical charges. To start conducting your own electrical conductivity tests, you will need aluminium foil, foam cups, drinking straws, scissors, tape, string and balloons.

Kiribati's Sea Level Crisis
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Kiribati's Sea Level Crisis

Clip from The Hungry Tide

Geography

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Short clip from The Hungry Tide. Sea-level rise, coastal erosion and drought are threatening the lives of 110,000 people spread

Short clip from The Hungry Tide. Sea-level rise, coastal erosion and drought are threatening the lives of 110,000 people spread

'Historic Wife Swap': Marie Antoinette and King Louis XVI
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'Historic Wife Swap': Marie Antoinette and King Louis XVI

Clip from Horrible Histories

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A satirical segment in which Marie Antoinette and King Louis XVI partake in a 'Wife Swap' with a married peasant couple illuminates issues the working class had with the ...

A satirical segment in which Marie Antoinette and King Louis XVI partake in a 'Wife Swap' with a married peasant couple illuminates issues the working class had with the monarchs prior to the French Revolution.

DIY sensitivity test
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DIY sensitivity test

Clip from Scope

Science

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Nikita, from the Double Helix Science Club, explains the reason why some parts of our body are super sensitive while others aren't, and how to test for it using one-, two- and ...

Nikita, from the Double Helix Science Club, explains the reason why some parts of our body are super sensitive while others aren't, and how to test for it using one-, two- and three-point discrimination. To test your nerve endings, you'll need a large sheet of paper with an outline of your arm, 12 paper clips, eight cards, sticky tape, a ruler, markers, a blindfold and a willing participant.

Frank Hurley photographs Passchendaele
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Frank Hurley photographs Passchendaele

Clip from Lost In Flanders

Modern history

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Historians discuss photograph attributed to Frank Hurley of dead and wounded Australians and Germans in railway cutting near Ypres.

Historians discuss photograph attributed to Frank Hurley of dead and wounded Australians and Germans in railway cutting near Ypres.

Describing immediate family
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Describing immediate family

Clip from The Family

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Viewers are introduced to a typical Australian-Italian immediate family.

Viewers are introduced to a typical Australian-Italian immediate family.