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Title Behind The News: Corruption/Anzac Day/Kids in Pain/Toad Training/Royal Performers
Published Australia : ABC1, 2014
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Summary CORRUPTIONHow can an expensive gift cause a powerful politician to lose his job? We're taking a look at corruption this week. What is it, and why do politicians have to be especially careful to avoid it? And most of all, what's being done to make sure it doesn't happen? We put the Australian political system under the microscope to find out.ANZAC DAYEach year on the 25th of April, we commemorate the lives of Australians who died in war. But for one young boy, the day has extra significance. For one thing, Anzac is his first name. But it's also when his thoughts turn to his great great-grandfather, who died in World War I. As Anzac tells his story, we'll take a closer look at the experience of indigenous soldiers and find out how Anzac Day became the event it now is.**Teacher resources available at www.abc.net.au/btn/teachers.htm for this story**History/Historical Knowledge and Understanding/Community and RemembranceCivics and Citizenship Knowledge and Understanding/Citizenship, diversity and identityKIDS IN PAINSometimes, it's hard enough to get through the day when you're feeling good. So imagine doing it with constant pain gnawing at you, on top of everything else. For many kids around Australia, pain is unfortunately a painful fact of life. In this story, we meet one girl who can tell us what that's like. We also find out what pain actually is and explore the difference between chronic and acute pain.TOAD TRAININGAs they spread west, cane toads are starting to cause big problems for native Goannas. Goannas see the toads as lunch, but their poison has the last laugh, killing the Goanna. So how do you stop native reptiles falling victim to an introduced pest? You train them not to see toads as food! We take a look at animal behaviour and sustainability in this story, while discovering that sometimes it's the 'out of the box' ideas that have the most success.**Teacher resources available at www.abc.net.au/btn/teachers.htm for this story**Science / Science as a Human Endeavour / Use and influence of scienceScience / Science Understanding/Biological sciencesROYAL PERFORMERSThe royals are here and they're making a big splash wherever they go. Their visit is taking in many areas of Australia, and includes watching performances by some very talented Aussie kids. So what's it like performing for royalty? And why are the royals even visiting at all? We find out the answers to these questions and more
Event Broadcast 2014-04-29 at 10:00:00
Notes Classification: G
Subject Animal welfare.
Anzac Day.
Chronic pain -- Treatment.
Corruption investigation.
Pain -- Measurement.
William, Prince, Duke of Cambridge, 1982-.
Australia.
South Australia -- Elizabeth.
Turkey -- Gallipoli Peninsula.
Form Streaming video
Author Bazley, Nathan, host
Pearson, David, contributor
Ward-Fear, Georgia, contributor