The Indus Civilisation is one of the world's oldest. Presented by children, this series visits the ruins of two Indus cities. Archaeology is introduced as a method of learning how the Indus people lived, with comparisons to present day lifestyles in the region. Mohenjo-daro was a large planned city that was home to 35,000 people during the Indus civilisation. Ruins, artefacts and computer animation provide a fascinating view of the built environment and way of life in this ancient city.
For centuries India's 'dancing bears' have been exploited in a barbaric roadside tradition for the tourist dollar. But now they have a new champion. An Australian grandmother is leading a charge to free the endangered sloth bears from their nose rings and chains and introduce them to a natural environment.
In this clip, we learn about a program that has the AFL giving back to refugees. Through The Huddle, those new to Australia are able to feel at home and maybe discover a new favorite sport in the process.
Meet a couple of young athletes, Taj and Summer, taking part in the Australian Indigenous Surfing Competition. Learn about how they developed their passion and skill for the sport and some of the impressive feats they've already achieved.