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Title Behind The News.

Published Australia : ABC [broadcaster], 2011 March 22 at 10:00:00.

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Physical description 1 streaming video file (24 min. 35 sec.) ; 148629766 bytes
Summary JAPAN KIDS We look at how Japanese school kids are coping after a massive earthquake and tsunami hit their country. We also see how they are able to continue with their normal lives in the middle of such tragedy. NUCLEAR POWER The earthquake and tsunami may only be the start of the trouble facing Japan. The disaster has caused explosions at a nuclear plant, and there are concerns that it could threaten the health of people living nearby. It's reignited the debate about the safety of nuclear technology, and it's a debate that has significance in Australia. RUMBLE IN THE JUNGLE Elephants make really deep noises that we can't pick up with our human ears. Scientists have worked out a way to listen to the sounds and are starting to learn more about the ways elephants communicate. F1 FUTURE The Formula 1 season returns this month. Last time Aussie driver Mark Webber came close to winning the title. We look at the next generation of drivers hoping to break into F1. WORLD MUSIC Music is so much more than the stuff we hear on the radio and in the charts. We visit a World Music festival and explore the link between music and culture. We also come across some unusual instruments.
Audience Classification G ACMA.
Other author Bazley, Nathan, host.
Bennett, Kirsty, reporter.
Thiele, Natasha, reporter.
Anderson, Matt, contributor.
Waters, Cameron, contributor.
William, Prince, contributor.
Subject Elephants -- Behavior.
Mass media and music.
Natural disasters -- Environmental aspects.
Popular music.
Zoo keepers.
News and Current Affairs.