This Behind the News special is about all things international including the history behind the Berlin Wall, the protests in Hong Kong, an explanation of what makes refugees leave their country and royal families from around the world.
This Behind the News special is all about kids getting involved. Hear stories about some kids doing innovative things all across Australia such as starting a school news station and website, encouraging people to write letters and fundraising and reducing waste with worm farms. Plus, learn all about the World Peace Game championship.
Behind the News visits students at a school who are reducing waste and raising money with worm farms. Why are earthworms important? What can you put in a worm farm? What cannot be put in a worm farm? What can worm juice be used for? 51% of the profits are being donated to charity, if the students take $10 from selling worm juice, how much will be donated to charity? How much is left over for the school?
Australia's current affairs program with a proven record of excellence over several decades. Join television's top reporters as they investigate, analyse, and uncover the issues affecting all Australians.
Walkley Award-winning journalist David Speers joins the program, bringing his inimitable interview style and forensic analysis to Australia's most popular political affairs program.
In this episode of BtN Newsbreak, we learn that Scientists believe most methane in the atmosphere is man made, not natural, and that the levels need to be reduced in order to help the climate. Rookie reporter Arush tells us about the languages he speaks on this International Mother Language Day.