Critiquing Big Bang cosmology
7:03

Critiquing Big Bang cosmology

Clip from Most Of Our Universe Is Missing

Physics

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Classification: GeneralClassification: General
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This documentary reveals that we can only account for a tiny percentage of our universe - just 4 percent in fact. Scientists know this 4 percent consists of atoms, but what ...

This documentary reveals that we can only account for a tiny percentage of our universe - just 4 percent in fact. Scientists know this 4 percent consists of atoms, but what about the rest? Does 'dark matter' and 'dark energy' really fill the voids?

Darwin and the origin of evolution
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Darwin and the origin of evolution

Clip from 100 Greatest Discoveries

Science

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Charles Darwin's theories radically changed the way we view the evolution of man. Other top discoveries in evolution include the Burgess Shale fossils that provide a snapshot ...

Charles Darwin's theories radically changed the way we view the evolution of man. Other top discoveries in evolution include the Burgess Shale fossils that provide a snapshot of ancient life and the KT Asteroid which caused the demise of the dinosaurs.

Mendel, Darwin and evolution
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Mendel, Darwin and evolution

Clip from What Darwin Didn't Know

Biology

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Darwin gave us the most sensational idea in biology: evolution by natural selection. But even he knew that it came with difficulties. Tracing the history of these ideas, this ...

Darwin gave us the most sensational idea in biology: evolution by natural selection. But even he knew that it came with difficulties. Tracing the history of these ideas, this program uncovers the accuracy of Darwin's theories.

Who Will Be Most Affected by Global Warming?
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Who Will Be Most Affected by Global Warming?

Clip from 2050

Personal and social capability

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Looks at climate change brought about by global warming, and considers what the situation will be in 2050, and what can be done about it.

Looks at climate change brought about by global warming, and considers what the situation will be in 2050, and what can be done about it.

History of genetically modified food
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History of genetically modified food

Clip from Catalyst

News and current affairs

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This special looks at genetically modified food - will it help to feed the increasing number of hungry mouths into the future? Or is it a genetic time bomb threatening the ...

This special looks at genetically modified food - will it help to feed the increasing number of hungry mouths into the future? Or is it a genetic time bomb threatening the health of crops, livestock and people?

How the Dutch are Dealing with Sea Levels - short clip
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How the Dutch are Dealing with Sea Levels - short clip

Clip from Thalassa

Civics and citizenship

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A third of Holland is below sea level, so the Dutch are experts in controlling surging seas and rivers, and are developing cutting-edge technologies to deal with climate change.

A third of Holland is below sea level, so the Dutch are experts in controlling surging seas and rivers, and are developing cutting-edge technologies to deal with climate change.

Gold Fever  1850's   Clip
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Gold Fever 1850's Clip

Clip from Tony Robinson Explores Australia

Geography

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In this new and exciting History Channel production Tony Robinson of Time Team fame, takes us on a journey through time and places across Australia, offering a revealing, ...

In this new and exciting History Channel production Tony Robinson of Time Team fame, takes us on a journey through time and places across Australia, offering a revealing, unique perspective on Australian society and history.

How Gravity Affects Moons - short clip
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How Gravity Affects Moons - short clip

Clip from The Universe

Science

9-10
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Travel from the inner solar system to the Kuiper Belt and explore the moons surrounding the planets of the solar system.

Travel from the inner solar system to the Kuiper Belt and explore the moons surrounding the planets of the solar system.

Exoplanets and the Kepler Space Telescope
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Exoplanets and the Kepler Space Telescope

Clip from Alien Planet Earths

Physics

9-10
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Thanks to NASA's ground-breaking Kepler mission, astronomers believe there are over 20 billion alien worlds with liquid water and therefore the potential for life.

Thanks to NASA's ground-breaking Kepler mission, astronomers believe there are over 20 billion alien worlds with liquid water and therefore the potential for life.

Drones
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Drones

Clip from Catalyst

News and current affairs

9-10
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Teaching drones to think for themselves; looking at ways to combat the super-bug gonorrhoea; and what causes bike rage?

Teaching drones to think for themselves; looking at ways to combat the super-bug gonorrhoea; and what causes bike rage?

The experience of people who have migrated to Australia
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The experience of people who have migrated to Australia

Clip from Insight: Culture Test

News and current affairs

9-10
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We now have a test for what it means to be truly Australian. The citizenship test was passed in the Senate last week. The Federal Government is biting the bullet by insisting ...

We now have a test for what it means to be truly Australian. The citizenship test was passed in the Senate last week. The Federal Government is biting the bullet by insisting that incoming migrants will have to abandon those values that don't fit with mainstream Australia. Hence, the need to pass the citizenship test before being granted entry. Insight brings together different generations of migrant families, husbands and wives, parents and children who talk very frankly about what it means when cultures collide within families and within the broader Australian community.

A '90s version of Shakespeare's shrew
3:08

A '90s version of Shakespeare's shrew

Clip from 10 Things I Hate About You

English

9-10
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On his first day at a new school, a teenage boy instantly falls for the girl of his dreams. The only problem is that she is forbidden to date until her completely un-dateable ...

On his first day at a new school, a teenage boy instantly falls for the girl of his dreams. The only problem is that she is forbidden to date until her completely un-dateable older sister goes out too.

Q and A: Greece
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Q and A: Greece

Clip from Q and A

News and current affairs

9-10
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Panellists include: Vrasidas Karalis - Professor of Modern Greek, Richard Marles - Shadow Minister for Immigration and Border Protection, Larissa Waters - Queensland Greens ...

Panellists include: Vrasidas Karalis - Professor of Modern Greek, Richard Marles - Shadow Minister for Immigration and Border Protection, Larissa Waters - Queensland Greens Senator, Trisha Jha - Centre for Independent Studies and Greg Sheridan - Foreign Affairs Editor, The Australian.

7.30: Superannuation - Learning from Greece & China (07/07/2015)
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7.30: Superannuation - Learning from Greece & China (07/07/2015)

Clip from 7.30

News and current affairs

9-10
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Stories include, 'Australia Post contractors under fire over claims of underpayments and visa breaches', 'People don't trust superannuation, says Peter Costello, adding ...

Stories include, 'Australia Post contractors under fire over claims of underpayments and visa breaches', 'People don't trust superannuation, says Peter Costello, adding lessons to be learned from Greece and China', 'Fraud and insider trading claims laid bare but still no hunger for broader industry inquiry', and 'Japanese men refusing to leave their bedrooms create social, health and economic issues'.

The Project: Greece riots (16/07/15)
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The Project: Greece riots (16/07/15)

Clip from The Project

News and current affairs

9-10
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With guests Mark Webber and Rachel Griffiths, and guest host Gretel Killeen. Stories on the riots in Greece, the anxiety of running out of phone battery, Merv Hughes on the ...

With guests Mark Webber and Rachel Griffiths, and guest host Gretel Killeen. Stories on the riots in Greece, the anxiety of running out of phone battery, Merv Hughes on the 2nd test, the paraglider who's suing a council after losing a leg.

Lateline: The Refugee Experience in Cambodia
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Lateline: The Refugee Experience in Cambodia

Clip from Lateline

News and current affairs

9-10
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Stories include, 'Same sex marriage debate', 'Interview: Tanya Plibersek', 'The refugee experience in Cambodia' and 'Interview: Brian Krebs'.

Stories include, 'Same sex marriage debate', 'Interview: Tanya Plibersek', 'The refugee experience in Cambodia' and 'Interview: Brian Krebs'.

The Weekly with Charlie Pickering: Greece (01/07/2015)
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The Weekly with Charlie Pickering: Greece (01/07/2015)

Clip from The Weekly with Charlie Pickering

News and current affairs

9-10
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Presented by Charlie Pickering along with Tom Gleeson and Kitty Flanagan, The Weekly is a half-hour news comedy exposing the humorous, the absurd and the downright ...

Presented by Charlie Pickering along with Tom Gleeson and Kitty Flanagan, The Weekly is a half-hour news comedy exposing the humorous, the absurd and the downright hypocritical, 24/7, once a week.

On The Fly
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On The Fly

Clip from Landline

Business and economics

9-10
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Drones are helping Australian fruit producers reduce their reliance on pesticides; conservationists are concerned about the effects of Tasmania's growing salmon and trout ...

Drones are helping Australian fruit producers reduce their reliance on pesticides; conservationists are concerned about the effects of Tasmania's growing salmon and trout industries on waterways; a critic of changes to the pension assets test launches a campaign claiming the new rules are unfair to farmers; a second chance for working dogs not cut out for life on a farm and our markets report.