Scarlett is putting on a puppet show and you're invited. Scarlett works with a professional puppeteer to learn how to make a sock puppet. Scarlett creates a fairy puppet and puts on a fairy dust puppet show.
Story Time is a show made especially for preschoolers and each episode features a different story teller with help from Teddy Bear called Tall Ted. Every show ends with a craft activity that parents can attain from the www.tallted.com web site so that they can interact with their children and relive the Story Time experience.
Justine and guest dancer Bec Morris are backstage rehearsing for today's Dance of the Wind Show. Dash is doing his very best to design and create an extravagant costume. But it's nothing short of a big little disaster.
Justine Clarke is sick and can't reach the high notes for today's show. But her no-nonsense vocal coach Eva Kong has some tips that just might get her out of trouble, unless Dash turns things around with his own surprise. Original series title: Justine Clarke's Ta Da!
Justine has invited some young singers to join her for today's rainbow spectacular show! But Dash's rainbow painting has bombed - it's all just a big brown mess. But the biggest rainbow surprise is yet to arrive.
Lola is a very fussy eater, she won't eat mushrooms, or peas or fishfingers and she will never ever eat a tomato! Charlie helps her to discover that peas are really green drops from Green Land and mashed potato is cloud fluff from the pointiest peak of Mount Fuji. But will she eat that tiny weeny tomato? Never! But she might just eat a moonsquirter.
Marv's Mum says Sizzles really is a very naughty dog but Lola knows this isn't true. Sizzle just needs some practice! Charlie and Lola take Sizzles back to their flat and set about 'training' him. Things aren't going well and then they discover that Sizzles will do anything for a sausage. Which is fine until Morten, Marv's little brother, eats Sizzles Sausage by accident!
Building a set in time for the country music boot scooting show is going to be a huge challenge for Justine Clarke, especially because set builder Denise Scott loves an old-fashioned country yarn. Original series title: Justine Clarke's Ta Da!
Brewster and Maggie are at Ginger's Shadow Show. She wonders, what are shadows made of? Brewster takes them to meet Atom Adam, who explains to the friends that shadows are made when something blocks the light from shining.
Lah-Lah has decided that she doesn't have time to sleep. She has way too many fun things to do! Buzz thinks Lah-Lah should go to bed now because she looks awfully tired, but she disagrees. Lah-Lah actually is very tired but just won't give in so the band tries to find ways to help her let go and get some much needed rest.
It may appear, at first, that this program is about a guy and two girls who rent an old house in an old suburb. But the program revolves around the lives of the many minibeasts who also live there. The hall spider, the kitchen cockroach, the bedroom beetle, the bathroom scorpion and the house centipede, to name just a few, are very comfortable in such a place.
Not only are two cave environments looked at in this program, but also the rainforests outside the wilderness cave and the tourist cave. The progress of experienced caver and entomologist Stefan Eberhard is followed as he progresses into the depths of the wilderness cave and shares his discovery of some of the rare inhabitants.
Grandpa Honeyant Storytime is a series comprising of narrated stories. The stories are told by an indigenous character named Grandpa Honeyant, who is a "yerrampe", a honeyant from Central Australia. Today, based on a true story, The Shy Mala celebrates the traditions of the Warlpiri people and the survival of an Australian native animal.
Grandpa Honeyant Storytime is a series comprising of narrated stories. The stories are told by an indigenous character named Grandpa Honeyant, who is a "yerrampe", a honeyant from Central Australia. Today, Cody has so much fun with an old boomerang that has amazing powers so legends say.
Sally's sink is full of little bubbles and she is doing the dishes. She decides it would be fun to make bubbles with Possum but he is sad today. Sally cheers Possum up, taking him on a hot-air balloon ride!
ABC's 7.30 host Leigh Sales takes to the Story Time couch with Play School's Jemima to read an epic tale about the first chook in space. Hear all about Zelda's Big Adventure, by Marie Alafaci and illustrated by Shane McG.
Snuggle up with Big Ted and the gang as Story Time returns with another collection of loved stories read by an exciting array of storytellers, including Jack Charles, Emma Alberici, Casey Donovan and Kumi Taguchi.
When special guest percussionist Bree Van Reyk's musical instruments don't arrive in time for the show, Justine, Dash and Bree all have to put their heads together to come up with a new way to create some amazing new sounds.
There's to be a classical quartet performance with eccentric conductor George Ellis. However, there are blowflies in the theatre and George can't stand blowflies. Justine and Dash now have a very big, buzzy challenge on their hands.
Brewster and Maggie are at Ginger's play but she can't focus because her tummy rumbles. She wonders why, so she visits Bob O'Tummy. Bob explains when the tummy is expecting food it rumbles in preparation.
Brewster and Maggie wonder: why do our heads hurt after we drink cold stuff too fast? Thinky Brain explains that ice makes the mouth cold and when the brain tries to warm things up fast it gives you a headache.
Helvetica Frog asks: wWy do mosquitoes bite people? Brewster shrinks them down to a mosquito and meets Bubba Buzzer who explains that it's only female mosquitoes that bite because they need to feed their babies.
Hamish's eyes start to water while making onion soup. He wonders, "Why do onions make our eyes water?" The friends meet Soup Dragon who explains the onion juice sprays into the air, wafts upwards and make our eyes water.
An old quarry that fills with rainwater is only a few hundred metres away from a city suburb. Every day people walk past it to exercise dogs, or to enjoy an escape into the bush. Very few stop to look closely at the amazing variety of minibeast life that lives around, in and on the pond.
This program focuses on the body in action using its skeleton and muscles from babyhood to old age. Our skeleton has joints so we can move our body into different shapes but it needs muscles to make it move.
Brewster, Maggie and Carrick wonder: Why do we have two eyes but only see one thing? Brewster takes the gang to meet the eyes, Arnie and Arlene, who explain that with both eyes you can tell how far away things are.