Get ready for school with some super-fun hacks. Molly has some DIY lunch snacks, Gabe and Jenna are both pranking the teacher with some clever tricks, and Devonte is shining school shoes with - bananas?
Hit the road with some hacks on the go! Christian has a snack for when you're running late, Miles makes perfect paper planes, Gabe has a prank that'll crack your parents up, and Abhi takes your sneakers to the next level.
Parenting is bloody hard work - the day starts at the crack of dawn and goes on non-stop with the need to keep your kids clean, dressed, fed, entertained and injury-free. Finally, if you can get them to sleep at a Godly hour, you might be lucky to get an hour to yourself before collapsing in complete exhaustion and doing it all again the following day. There are hundreds of gadgets that claim to help - so could gadgets be the answer to taking the non-stop stress out of child care?
Tabitha and Chris always dreamt of living in the forest. They bought 120 acres of rainforest in Toolangi and are building a farmhouse that will be a sustainable, economical, fireproof and completely off-grid.
Angela and Sandra look back at Irish design, past and present, as they trace the beginnings of the modern Irish design. Long before words like design or brand were ever uttered in Ireland, we had our own unique way of doing and making things; traditional crafts and distinctive buildings told a uniquely Irish story. The first episode in the series features some of Ireland's most accomplished traditional craft makers from Joe Hogan's basket designs to Seamus Gills silverwork, as well as Irish designers whose work has found a global audience, like Orla Kiely, and award-winning architects who talk about their Irish influences as they write the next chapter in Ireland's design story.