The Feed: Greece votes no (06/07/2015)
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The Feed: Greece votes no (06/07/2015)

Clip from The Feed

News and current affairs

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Greece votes no, leaders meet to discuss indigenous constitutional recognition.

Greece votes no, leaders meet to discuss indigenous constitutional recognition.

Treating wounded soldiers in World War I
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Treating wounded soldiers in World War I

Clip from Small Hands in a Big War

History

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A German girl helps her older sister, who is taking care of wounded soldiers in a hospital.

A German girl helps her older sister, who is taking care of wounded soldiers in a hospital.

Drones
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Drones

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News and current affairs

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A look into drones - the risks and who is policing them

A look into drones - the risks and who is policing them

Volcanoes - Mount Erebus
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Volcanoes - Mount Erebus

Clip from Countdown To A Catastrophe

Science

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What exactly fuels volcanoes. Antarctica's treacherous Mount Erebus holds some spectacular clues.

What exactly fuels volcanoes. Antarctica's treacherous Mount Erebus holds some spectacular clues.

Brief history of Stonehenge
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Brief history of Stonehenge

Clip from The Mystery of Stonehenge

History

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A good discussion starter for classrooms. For years we have been asking how Stonehenge was built - but the much bigger question is why.

A good discussion starter for classrooms. For years we have been asking how Stonehenge was built - but the much bigger question is why.

Uranus' Moons: Miranda - short clip
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Uranus' Moons: Miranda - short clip

Clip from Voyage To The Planets

Physics

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This short Australian-narrated clip explores Uranus' tiny, battle-scarred and cavernous moon, Miranda. This clip also looks at t

This short Australian-narrated clip explores Uranus' tiny, battle-scarred and cavernous moon, Miranda. This clip also looks at t

Pythagoras and the birth of Greek mathematics
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Pythagoras and the birth of Greek mathematics

Clip from The Story Of Maths

Mathematics

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Marcus du Sautoy introduces Pythagoras' theorem and discovery of harmonic series, and Hippasus' irrational number.

Marcus du Sautoy introduces Pythagoras' theorem and discovery of harmonic series, and Hippasus' irrational number.

480: ANZAC: Oodgeroo Noonuccal
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480: ANZAC: Oodgeroo Noonuccal

Clip from 480

Modern history

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Oodgeroo Noonuccal was one of Australia's leading Aboriginal poets. She helped her country during war time, a phase in her life

Oodgeroo Noonuccal was one of Australia's leading Aboriginal poets. She helped her country during war time, a phase in her life

Australia's first land plants
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Australia's first land plants

Clip from Australia: The Time Traveller's Guide

Earth and environment

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Fossils reveal the greening of Gondwana and the first life on dry earth.

Fossils reveal the greening of Gondwana and the first life on dry earth.

Dog becomes part of the community
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Dog becomes part of the community

Clip from Red Dog

Media arts

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The Dampier miners adopt Red Dog, who joins their union, and later meets his "true master", an American outsider.

The Dampier miners adopt Red Dog, who joins their union, and later meets his "true master", an American outsider.

Vitamin D from sheep wool
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Vitamin D from sheep wool

Clip from Vitamania

Health and PE

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Derek Muller demonstrates how lanolin is separated from sheep wool and processed to form synthetic vitamin D.

Derek Muller demonstrates how lanolin is separated from sheep wool and processed to form synthetic vitamin D.

Colour blindness
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Colour blindness

Clip from Scope

Science

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Colour blindness is when people are unable to distinguish between certain colours, and the most common form of this disorder is red/green colour blindness. Paul Martin, a ...

Colour blindness is when people are unable to distinguish between certain colours, and the most common form of this disorder is red/green colour blindness. Paul Martin, a vision scientist from the University of Melbourne, explains what causes it and the types of colour blindness out there.

Animals changing colour
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Animals changing colour

Clip from Scope

Science

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From birds and mammals to fish and frogs, lots of different animals can change their colour. Jessie Sinclair, a zoologist from the Melbourne Museum, will talk you through how ...

From birds and mammals to fish and frogs, lots of different animals can change their colour. Jessie Sinclair, a zoologist from the Melbourne Museum, will talk you through how and why animals can do this.

Mystery hobbits of Palau
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Mystery hobbits of Palau

Clip from Mystery Skulls Of Palau

Biology

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Far out in the Pacific, the islands of Palau hold secrets that could upset our understanding of human evolution. Mysterious bone

Far out in the Pacific, the islands of Palau hold secrets that could upset our understanding of human evolution. Mysterious bone

Opium, Coleridge and his poetry
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Opium, Coleridge and his poetry

Clip from The Romantics

Literature

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Peter Ackroyd discusses the role of opium in Coleridge's theories of poetry, imagination and identity.

Peter Ackroyd discusses the role of opium in Coleridge's theories of poetry, imagination and identity.

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

What happens to stem cells as we age?
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What happens to stem cells as we age?

Clip from Scope

Biology

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The University of Queensland's Ernst Wolvetang explains what stem cells are, how they rejuvenate more slowly as we age and discusses the work his team is doing in regenerative ...

The University of Queensland's Ernst Wolvetang explains what stem cells are, how they rejuvenate more slowly as we age and discusses the work his team is doing in regenerative medicine.

Treating vertigo and how ears help balance
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Treating vertigo and how ears help balance

Clip from Scope

Biology

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Neurologist David Szmulewicz explains how fluid in our ear canals tell the brain how the head is moving, how displaced otoconium crystals in the ear send incorrect messages to ...

Neurologist David Szmulewicz explains how fluid in our ear canals tell the brain how the head is moving, how displaced otoconium crystals in the ear send incorrect messages to the brain, causing dizziness, and how vertigo is treated.