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Every Friday, join Ruby for News Time as she counts down the week’s most interesting news stories for kids. From amazing animals to special events, the natural world to outer space, News Time is made especially for children to help them understand the world around them.
 
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On today’s show: School kids plant some seeds from outer space, a museum becomes friendlier for autistic kids, Australian Test Cricket gets a new star, a caravan of camels treks across the country, and a fossilised sea dragon is discovered in England.QUIZ QUESTIONS:1. What street is Colo Vale Public School on?2. What time of day is the Australian M…
 
On the anniversary of the January 6th attack on the U.S. Capitol, ABC News Radio takes an in-depth look at that consequential day in history and its aftermath. “Attack on the Capitol: One Year Later,” is anchored by ABC News Correspondent Aaron Katersky with reporting from ABC's White House Correspondent Karen Travers and Capitol Hill Correspondent…
 
In the final hour of The Year in Review we look back at some of the biggest stories of the year told through our daily podcast Start Here. We take you back to the morning after US gymnasts Simone Biles, McKalya Maroney, Aly Raisman and Maggie Nichols testified in front of congress over the handling of the Larry Nasser sexual abuse investigation, we…
 
In this hour of The Year in Review we listen back some of our best original reporting for our Holiday specials. We'll introduce you to a woman who is fixing "broken" individuals on the streets of Los Angeles, bring you to southwestern Massachusetts where the newest boom is green, explain why flying is becoming an everyday hobby for many.…
 
In this hour of The Year in Review we look back at some of the biggest stories as reported during our live and special coverage. We start at the beginning of the year with the January 6th attack on the Capitol, then we take you to Minnesota for the verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial, plus a look back at our coverage of 9/11: 20 years later.…
 
On today's show: Scientists scour an island in search of the assassin spider, the Australian Army has a new high-ranking Indigenous soldier, a bird watcher’s hobby helps his feathered friends, a 104-year-old woman proves you’re never too old to learn something new, and an enormous telescope is launched into outer space.QUIZ QUESTIONS:1. What do ass…
 
On today's show: A lucky dad and daughter find two FIVE-leaf clovers, a plucky bird flies across the Pacific Ocean, a brand-new school gets set to open, a long-distance swimmer breaks a world record, and astronauts eat space tacos.QUIZ QUESTIONS:1. How many leaves does most clover have?2. What's the name of the godwit who had to turn back to Alaska…
 
On today's show: We celebrate Hannukah, a First Nations basketball referee heads to the US, a new muppet moves to Sesame Street, dinosaur experts solve a case of mistaken identity, and it's International Day of People with Disability.QUIZ QUESTIONS:1. What is the name of the candlestick used during Hannukah?2. What is the NBL?3. How old is Ji Young…
 
On today's show: A history-making marathon win, volcanoes on the moon, trees made from dry grass, giant owl-spotting, and a pollution-sucking jumping castle.QUIZ QUESTIONS:1. How many golds did Madison win in Tokyo?2. How old were the most recently discovered moon rocks?3. What does 'Tjanpi' mean?4. In which country was the Shelley's eagle owl spot…
 
This Thanksgiving, ABC News Radio presents “On The Move,” a three-hour special. Alex Stone hosts this in-depth look at the latest in transportation technology and the many ways we move around Planet Earth … and beyond. We’ll meet the scientists and engineers developing a spacecraft that will orbit an asteroid in deep space, gathering valuable, pote…
 
We're celebrating World Children’s Day with five stories all about amazing kids.QUIZ QUESTIONS:1. What type of science will Allegra study at uni?2. How much will the Merimbula skatepark cost?3. What is the name of the fashion show Quaden starred in?4. How old is Caydence Fouracre?5. What is Logan's drag queen name?BONUS TRICKY QUESTIONWhat was the …
 
On today's show: Teen mechanics build an electric car, a deadly scientist sends free books to kids, koalas get their own tartan, world leaders make a big mistake at an important event, and a very clever green thumb grows a fruit salad tree.QUIZ QUESTIONS:1. Where will the girls' car source its electricity?2. What is the name of Corey Tutt's organis…
 
On today's show: We celebrate Diwali, explore giant kelp forests, track a rare sawfish, protest against unfair rules, and discover a knight's sunken sword.QUIZ QUESTIONS:1. How long does Diwali go for?2. What are the tiny cells called that grow on leaves and stems?3. How long has it been since a sawfish was recorded on Quinkan Country?4. How did El…
 
On today's show: First Nations students design a dream school, goats help fight bushfires, fossil finders discover a prehistoric sea creature, country kids build a blooming business, and a tiny dog survives a tornado.QUIZ QUESTIONS:1. What type of sanctuary featured in the prize-winning school design?2. What do goats eat to stop bushfires?3. What d…
 
Head out of this world with Ruby and astrophysicist Professor Lisa Harvey-Smith as they answer your intergalactic questions about space travel.If there is a news story you would like us to explore in-depth on a special episode of News Time, you can email abckidslisten@abc.net.au
 
On today's show: Kids win a battle to recycle at school, bird-watching Aussies flock to their backyards, deaf dancers wow crowds, superstar scientists win awards, and archaeologists dig up an ancient toilet.QUIZ QUESTIONS:1. What powers the Kangaroo Inn Area School fish farm?2. How many minutes do you spend counting for the Aussie Backyard Bird Cou…
 
On today's show: A camel farmer invents a mobile dairy, the world's oldest rainforest is handed back to its original carers, kids use computers to help combat COVID-19, scientists discover dinosaurs wagged their tails, and we celebrate International Day of the Girl.QUIZ QUESTIONS:1. What toy did Max use to help design his dairy?2. How old is the Da…
 
On today's show: sizzling bacon sounds help coral reefs, a teenager drives a tractor across Australia, scientists find out why certain vegetables are on the nose, an elderly man gives his hometown a present, and Indigenous rangers open a saltwater crocodile farm.QUIZ QUESTIONS:1. What type of starfish is damaging reefs?2. What is Sam Hughes' nickna…
 
On today's show: An earthquake shakes eastern Australia, a five-year-old hikes across America, Space Cows track buffalo herds, a meat-eating flower is rediscovered, and Kiwi kids unearth a giant bird fossil.QUIZ QUESTIONS:1. What are the plates called that bump together and cause earthquakes?2. What is the name of the hiking trail that Harvey follo…
 
On today's show: A boat-sinking walrus, International Day of Sign Languages, golden slam winners, a new aunty, and bringing woolly mammoths back to life.QUIZ QUESTIONS:1. How much does Wally weigh?2. What is Australia's national sign language called?3. Where is Diede de Groot from?4. What state is Nukunu Country in?5. How long before scientists hop…
 
On today's show: School of the Air singers go viral, teddy bear bees swarm in the thousands, an asteroid gets a new name, a footballing family kicks goals, and fossil hunters find a walking whale.QUIZ QUESTIONS:1. What is the name of the School of the Air song?2. Where do Dawsons burrowing bees nest?3. What does '10040' mean in '10040 Ghillar'?4. H…
 
Saturday marks twenty years since the 9/11 terror attacks. ABC's Aaron Katersky takes us back to that day with a riveting account of how that day unfolded, told through the stories of first responders, survivors and others. The last survivor, pulled from the rubble of the World Trade Center 27 hours after the attack, provides her first-hand account…
 
Today we’ll celebrate a Paralympic win, ask ‘R U OK?', meet the kids welcoming arrivals from Afghanistan, find out why a tree was flown across the world, and discover which extinct creature is still alive.QUIZ QUESTIONS:1. How many medals did Australian Paralympians just win?2. What type of gathering is helping the kids at Mogo Public School? 3. In…
 
What are we doing to make money now? And what are we doing that we weren’t doing a just a couple of years ago? This Labor Day weekend, ABC News Radio presents “Help Wanted.” Host Cheri Preston explores the ever-changing American labor landscape – which jobs we’re pursuing now and which remain vacant. We’ll look at jobs that have gotten a lot harder…
 
Today, we’ll cheer along some of the world’s best athletes in the Paralympic Games, we'll snorkel on the Great Barrier Reef, find out why The Wiggles need a bigger Big Red Car, meet a farmer who bought an entire town, and hear which animals make the best dads.QUIZ QUESTIONS:1. Where are the Paralympics being held?2. What does 'muga dhambi' mean?3. …
 
Today we’ll follow a rogue elephant herd across China, visit a school making picture books in Indigenous languages, wear purple clothes for rainbow kids, find out what world leaders are doing to tackle climate change, and meet the winners of the Children’s Book of the Year Awards.QUIZ QUESTIONS:1. How many Asian elephants live in China today?2. Wha…
 
It's National Science Week! We'll join a detective mission to spot some nocturnal natives, find out how Indigenous knowledge is saving swampland, meet a man finding his voice with a new invention, wonder if aliens are watching us, and we’ll dig up bones belonging to Australia’s very own dragon.QUIZ QUESTIONS:1. Which Australian owl sounds like a do…
 
Today we’ll meet a doctor mending broken hearts, celebrate our Olympic athletes’ success, follow a flock of birds to the middle of Australia, meet some prize-winning painters and examine some treasure from under the sea.QUIZ QUESTION:1. What two objects did the toy doctor repair for Carol?2. Where was Peter Bol born?3. What food do the budgies like…
 
Today we’ll ollie and grind with three teen Olympians, find out which threatened species is making a comeback, float in space, meet the brothers reviving an ancient language, and visit the Lost City.QUIZ QUESTIONS:1. In which event did teenagers win gold, silver and bronze at the Tokyo Olympics?2. Which two types of quolls are making a comeback in …
 
This Special Report from ABC News Radio explores the uniquely American problem of gun violence and what might be done to reverse the deadly trends. We start by defining the problem – it’s not just mass shootings -- then we examine the effect of gun violence on children, we talk about the connection to mental health, and we visit cities where they’v…
 
This week, ABC News has been exploring Gun Violence in America – why it’s so bad, and how we might be able to prevent it. Today, we visit a city that was once considered one of this country’s most dangerous, but that changed after police changed the way they do their jobs. Here’s ABC’s Mark Remillard.…
 
This week we’ll meet a super speller, celebrate International Day of Friendship, discover ancient treasure in the Queensland bush, find out how little lambs are spreading smiles, and hear about a disagreement in Tasmania all to do with poo.QUIZ QUESTIONS:1. What is Zaila Avant Garde's other talent, apart from spelling?2. What international day did …
 
This week ABC News is exploring gun violence in America – why it’s so bad, and how we might be able to prevent it. Today we start looking at possible solutions, beginning with the police in a city where there's been a big spike in gun crime. Here's ABC Alex Stone.ABC News
 
This week, ABC News is exploring Gun Violence in America – why it’s so bad, and how we might be able to prevent it. Today’s topic is mental health, something that comes up often, in the debate about guns. Here’s ABC’s Daria Albinger.ABC News
 
This week ABC News is exploring gun violence in America – why it’s so bad, and how we might be able to prevent it. Today, it's about kids. Growing up in the country means doing lockdown drills at school, the way their parents did fire drills. They're living, and all too often dying, with guns. ABC’s Michelle Franzen explores.…
 
This week ABC News is exploring gun violence in America – why it’s so bad, and how we might be able to prevent it. Today, we define the problem. What exactly do we mean when we say “gun violence,” something that claims dozens of American lives every day. ABC’s Aaron Katersky investigates.ABC News
 
Today we explore a cave where birds’ nests are ruffling feathers, we meet a science star inspired by her mum’s cooking, we cheer on an Australian para-taekwondo competitor, we solve a meteorite mystery, and we hear a whale of a tale.QUIZ QUESTIONS:1. What type of birds are making nests on Indigenous artworks?2. What does STEM stand for?3. Where did…
 
On today's show: A weed-whacking beetle business, a very expensive kelpie, Australia Post's plans to recognise Indigenous Country, a fire burning in the middle of the ocean, and our newest tennis champions!We also want to hear from you! We're making some super special episodes of News Time that take a deep dive into one juicy topic! Let us know the…
 
It's NAIDOC Week, a time for all of us to celebrate the history, cultures and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. The theme for NAIDOC Week this year is Heal Country – that means everyone coming together to take care of First Nations lands, waters, sacred sites, cultures and languages. And that’s what NAIDOC News Time is …
 
Everyone loves to play. And this summer, we’re readier than ever to have fun. After being largely cooped up for a year, Americans are starting to get back out, explore the world, and discover (or rediscover) the things that entertain us. This July 4th weekend, ABC News Radio presents “Press Play.” Host Jason Nathanson explores how we’re being enter…
 
This week, we’ll be stretching, bending and twisting our bodies into all sorts of shapes for International Day of Yoga. Then, we’ll go bird-watching with scientists who have figured out how many feathered friends we have here on planet Earth. We’ll reveal the winners of some of the country’s most important art prizes. We’ll find out why teachers an…
 
This week, we’ll learn about a possible solution to Australia's massive mouse problem. We’ll make a splash with astronauts in the world’s deepest swimming pool. We’ll sashay down the runway with the stars of Australian Fashion Week. We’ll find out more about the coronavirus vaccine and why kids aren’t getting it yet. And we’ll discover the secret h…
 
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