Alex Battye gets an introduction to street luging from instructor Tyler Johnson.
Seamus Evans meets three ratite species and explains some of the unique characteristics of ostriches, cassowaries and rheas.
Jack conquers his fear of heights and goes hang gliding with Australia's only female hang gliding instructor. Stacey gets up close and personal with a wedge tailed eagle. A local from Chinchilla takes us on a tour of their parklands which also include examples of the crops grown by farmers in the area.
Jesse goes digging for rocks made from ancient lava called thundereggs at a volcanic site on Mt Tamborine. Jack explains how pumice is formed. Stacey joins an aquaculture marine studies class.
Your skinny best friend seems to eat twice as much as you but you're still overweight. Why? For decades, experts thought they had the answer - too many calories and not enough exercise. But the latest scientific research is turning those assumptions on their head. Differences in our individual biology - our genetics, hormones, or psychology - all play a crucial role. Now, five volunteers are going on diets tailored to their bodies and brains. They're just like you - normal people who spend their lives going up and down in weight. Combining rock-solid science with engaging personal stories, this experiment will revolutionise how we think about diet. Think long-term weight loss is impossible? Think again.
Join Michelle and Teo under the sea as they make crafty sea creatures, go on a trash and treasure hunt and experiment with floating eggs in water. Through the windows, we take a closer look at the ocean.