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Title Behind The News
Published Australia : ABC1, 2012
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Summary SYRIA CRISISWe take a look at the growing crisis in Syria. The situation there has been described as a civil war... and lots of people have been killed. So how did this conflict begin?ONLINE OLYMPIANSSome Aussie swimmers got into trouble recently for posting some inappropriate pictures on Facebook. We visit a special course which is teaching athletes the benefits and dangers of using social media during the 2012 Olympics.DINGO DECISIONThe most famous court story in Australia's history has finally come to an end. In 1980 a mother was wrongly convicted of killing her baby. The child had actually been killed by a dingo, but the courts refused to believe it at the time. We look at how the mistake happened and whether it could happen again.BUSH TUCKERThe popularity of cooking shows like MasterChef have got lots of people thinking about new recipes and ingredients. But some school kids are going a step further. They've become specialist ingredient suppliers to one of Sydney's high profile restaurants.OPERA KIDSYou might think that opera is an activity aimed only at the old and wealthy. But a program in schools is trying to change that perception. We visit a group of kids putting on their own opera with a modern twist
Event Broadcast 2012-06-19 at 10:00:00
Notes Classification: G
Subject Demonstrations.
Olympics -- Social aspects.
Olympic training.
Social media.
Cooking -- Competitions.
Form Streaming video
Author Bazley, Nathan, host
Larsen, Sarah, reporter
Thiele, Natasha, reporter
Carr, Bob, contributor
Chamberlain, Michael, contributor
Chamberlain-Creighton, Lindy, contributor
Culbert, David, contributor
D'Arcy, Nick, contributor
Green, Nick, contributor
Howard, Ian, contributor
Kwong, Kylie, contributor
Rice, Stephanie, contributor
Tancred, Mike, contributor