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Season 9


Planets

What are planets made of? 🌏  What makes a planet a dwarf planet? And why isn’t Pluto a planet anymore? If we could live on one of the other planets in our solar system, what would it be like? 🪐 Anika and Esther find out all the amazing facts about planets with Dr Tanya Hill who is astronomer at the Melbourne Planetarium at Scienceworks. This episode of The Fact Detectives is a Kinderling co-production with Scienceworks. To find out more about the world around you, head to museumsvictoria.com.au  Enjoy a new episode every fortnight, and if YOU have a big Fact Detective question, send it to [email protected]    Guest: Dr Tanya Hill - astronomer at the Melbourne Planetarium at Scienceworks Hosts: Anika and Esther    Production: Cinnamon Nippard    Sound design: Josh Newth    Executive Producer: Lorna Clarkson    Listen for free now on LiSTNR. Or unlock every episode ad-free at kinderlingkids.com/premium

Planets

What are planets made of? 🌏  What makes a planet a dwarf planet? And why isn’t Pluto a planet anymore? If we could live on one of the other planets in our solar system, what would it be like? 🪐 Anika and Esther find out all the amazing facts about planets with Dr Tanya Hill who is astronomer at the Melbourne Planetarium at Scienceworks. This episode of The Fact Detectives is a Kinderling co-production with Scienceworks. To find out more about the world around you, head to museumsvictoria.com.au  Enjoy a new episode every fortnight, and if YOU have a big Fact Detective question, send it to [email protected]    Guest: Dr Tanya Hill - astronomer at the Melbourne Planetarium at Scienceworks Hosts: Anika and Esther    Production: Cinnamon Nippard    Sound design: Josh Newth    Executive Producer: Lorna Clarkson    Listen for free now on LiSTNR. Or unlock every episode ad-free at kinderlingkids.com/premium

24:21

EP07 - S9

11 Apr 24

Bubbles

Why are bubbles rainbow colours? What does a bubbleologist do? Find out which animals use bubbles and how to make the best bubbles at home? Anika and Esther find out all the bouncy facts about bubbles with Mei Liu from Scienceworks. This episode of The Fact Detectives is a Kinderling co-production with Scienceworks. To find out more about the world around you, head to museumsvictoria.com.au  Enjoy a new episode every fortnight, and if YOU have a big Fact Detective question, send it to [email protected]    Guest: Mei Liu from Scienceworks. Hosts: Anika and Esther    Production: Cinnamon Nippard    Sound design: Josh Newth    Executive Producer: Lorna Clarkson    Listen for free now on LiSTNR. Or unlock every episode ad-free at kinderlingkids.com/premium

Bubbles

Why are bubbles rainbow colours? What does a bubbleologist do? Find out which animals use bubbles and how to make the best bubbles at home? Anika and Esther find out all the bouncy facts about bubbles with Mei Liu from Scienceworks. This episode of The Fact Detectives is a Kinderling co-production with Scienceworks. To find out more about the world around you, head to museumsvictoria.com.au  Enjoy a new episode every fortnight, and if YOU have a big Fact Detective question, send it to [email protected]    Guest: Mei Liu from Scienceworks. Hosts: Anika and Esther    Production: Cinnamon Nippard    Sound design: Josh Newth    Executive Producer: Lorna Clarkson    Listen for free now on LiSTNR. Or unlock every episode ad-free at kinderlingkids.com/premium

14:06

EP06 - S9

28 Mar 24

Rocketships

How does a rocketship actually work? Did you know that getting a spacecraft 🚀 to the international space station, is a bit like throwing a ball to your team-mate on the basketball court. 🏀  Anika and Esther find out all the riveting facts about rocketships with Douglas Bair from Scienceworks. This episode of The Fact Detectives is a Kinderling co-production with Scienceworks. To find out more about the world around you, head to museumsvictoria.com.au  Enjoy a new episode every fortnight, and if YOU have a big Fact Detective question, send it to [email protected]    Guest: Douglas Bair from Scienceworks. Hosts: Anika and Esther    Production: Cinnamon Nippard    Sound design: Josh Newth    Executive Producer: Lorna Clarkson    Listen for free now on LiSTNR. Or unlock every episode ad-free at kinderlingkids.com/premium

Rocketships

How does a rocketship actually work? Did you know that getting a spacecraft 🚀 to the international space station, is a bit like throwing a ball to your team-mate on the basketball court. 🏀  Anika and Esther find out all the riveting facts about rocketships with Douglas Bair from Scienceworks. This episode of The Fact Detectives is a Kinderling co-production with Scienceworks. To find out more about the world around you, head to museumsvictoria.com.au  Enjoy a new episode every fortnight, and if YOU have a big Fact Detective question, send it to [email protected]    Guest: Douglas Bair from Scienceworks. Hosts: Anika and Esther    Production: Cinnamon Nippard    Sound design: Josh Newth    Executive Producer: Lorna Clarkson    Listen for free now on LiSTNR. Or unlock every episode ad-free at kinderlingkids.com/premium

16:39

EP05 - S9

14 Mar 24

Skeletons

Did you know that kids have more bones than adults? What are skeletons for anyway? And what are bones made of?  Anika and Esther find out all the bone-tastic facts about skeletons with Dr Hazel Richards who is a paleontologist at Melbourne Museum. This episode of The Fact Detectives is a Kinderling co-production with Melbourne Museum. To find out more about the world around you, head to museumsvictoria.com.au  Enjoy a new episode every fortnight, and if YOU have a big Fact Detective question, send it to [email protected]    Guests: Dr Hazel Richards - paleontologist at Melbourne Museum. Hosts: Anika and Esther    Production: Cinnamon Nippard    Sound design: Josh Newth    Executive Producer: Lorna Clarkson    Listen for free now on LiSTNR. Or unlock every episode ad-free at kinderlingkids.com/premium

Skeletons

Did you know that kids have more bones than adults? What are skeletons for anyway? And what are bones made of?  Anika and Esther find out all the bone-tastic facts about skeletons with Dr Hazel Richards who is a paleontologist at Melbourne Museum. This episode of The Fact Detectives is a Kinderling co-production with Melbourne Museum. To find out more about the world around you, head to museumsvictoria.com.au  Enjoy a new episode every fortnight, and if YOU have a big Fact Detective question, send it to [email protected]    Guests: Dr Hazel Richards - paleontologist at Melbourne Museum. Hosts: Anika and Esther    Production: Cinnamon Nippard    Sound design: Josh Newth    Executive Producer: Lorna Clarkson    Listen for free now on LiSTNR. Or unlock every episode ad-free at kinderlingkids.com/premium

17:32

EP03 - S9

15 Feb 24

Crabs

Did you know that crabs don't just live in rock pools or in sand at the beach, they can also live in deserts, rainforests and in the depths of the oceans!  Anika and Esther find out all the incredible crab facts with Jo Taylor from the Museums Victoria Research Institute. This episode of The Fact Detectives is a Kinderling co-production with Melbourne Museum. To find out more about the world around you, head to museumsvictoria.com.au  Enjoy a new episode every fortnight, and if YOU have a big Fact Detective question, send it to [email protected]    Guests: Jo Taylor, Manager of the Natural Sciences collections at the Museums Victoria Research Institute. Hosts: Anika and Esther    Production: Cinnamon Nippard    Sound design: Josh Newth    Executive Producer: Lorna Clarkson    Listen for free now on LiSTNR. Or unlock every episode ad-free at kinderlingkids.com/premium

Crabs

Did you know that crabs don't just live in rock pools or in sand at the beach, they can also live in deserts, rainforests and in the depths of the oceans!  Anika and Esther find out all the incredible crab facts with Jo Taylor from the Museums Victoria Research Institute. This episode of The Fact Detectives is a Kinderling co-production with Melbourne Museum. To find out more about the world around you, head to museumsvictoria.com.au  Enjoy a new episode every fortnight, and if YOU have a big Fact Detective question, send it to [email protected]    Guests: Jo Taylor, Manager of the Natural Sciences collections at the Museums Victoria Research Institute. Hosts: Anika and Esther    Production: Cinnamon Nippard    Sound design: Josh Newth    Executive Producer: Lorna Clarkson    Listen for free now on LiSTNR. Or unlock every episode ad-free at kinderlingkids.com/premium

18:36

EP01 - S9

18 Jan 24


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