Waabiny Time is a landmark in Australian TV; a kids variety program that uses Noongar Language. Presenters Kylie Farmer and Lee West take children from the ages of 3 to 6 on an educational and entertaining adventure, guiding our young viewers through 21 half-hour episodes of stories, songs and activities that are authentically indigenous and encourage participation.
Handball Heroes is a fun, fast-paced interstitial series, with hosts Joel and Alannah on the hunt for the most skilled of handball manoeuvres to document in the 'Handball Heroes Handbook'.
Their quest takes us to visit twenty funny, quirky and spunky kids from Sydney, right up to the Torres Strait at the very top of Queensland and everywhere in between. In each episode, the hosts visit the 'Handball Hero' in their hometown.
We meet with their family and friends, see their hobbies and hear about their heroes in the ‘Hero Package’. After Alannah and Joel have worn themselves out chasing around after our energetic handballer, it’s time for their signature move… a move that combines each individual child’s unique influences, hobbies or aspects from their community.
Handball Heroes is a visual feast - shot entirely on a high-speed camera and combining bespoke hand-drawn animation elements with 3D graphics, the signature move is the centrepiece for each episode. Each move is then ‘booked’ in the 'Handball Heroes Handbook' for the rest of handball history!
WAC (World Animal Championships)
Hold on to your whiskers, WAC is here!
Animals of the world battle it out for wildlife supremacy. Located centre stage in the WAC-Arena, a menagerie of creatures do battle in eccentric categories.
Who is WAC’s strongest animal of them all? Smartest? Grossest? And even Most Romantic? These burning questions and many more will finally be answered in this fast-paced, fact-packed show for inquisitive kids.
Hosted by Amberley Lobo and Scott Tweedie WAC plunges head first into the wacky world of wildlife and puts a major spin on the factual entertainment format.
Each episode offers a wild mix of archive footage, crazy studio experiments, hilarious animations and infectious fun from the hyperactive hosts, with each and every show crammed full of the most amazing animal facts and figures.
WAC … let the fur fly!
You're Skitting MeSeries 2
You’re Skitting Me – Series 2 is the latest in sketch comedy for kids.
The sketches are an edgy mix of zombies, superheros, scary Girl Guides, Romans, parodies of Dr Who, Masterchef and Gollum as well as some offbeat animations featuring Vomit Boy and a new twist on fairy tales.
The show stars an ensemble of six teenagers cast for their comic skills. Cosmo, Jake, Hayden, Mia, Molly and Rowan are fresh, funny, unpredictable and different.
YSM was made with high production values, is tightly formatted and fast paced. It has the familiarity of format that will appeal to young viewers, but a sophistication of material that can be enjoyed by everyone.
Warning: the ROFL effect watching YSM has serious consequences.
In the town of Hoopla live six extraordinary characters each with their own amazing physical skill: Mimi runs the café and looks after everyone in town while juggling muffins and milkshakes; Ziggy, the shop keeper, does magic tricks which go in surprising directions; Zap, the town messenger, delivers packages in the most acrobatic manner possible; Bop, Mr Fix-It is able to lift almost anything; flexible Squidgie looks after the town garden and can often be found inside a pot-plant, finally Jango, the street sweeper, is always playing tricks and causing mischief.
Hoopla Doopla! is a unique and ground breaking show for 3-7 year olds, using physical action and comedy to drive the story. They tumble, juggle, leap and somersault in and out of trouble. However, whenever anything goes wrong - and it usually does - they always have each other to fall back on.
Bushwhacked! - Series 2 weaves adventure, travel, food, wildlife, history and culture as Kayne Tremills goes on the adventure of a lifetime with Indigenous co-host Kamil Ellis.
Crisscrossing Australia in search of adventure and Aboriginal culture, the hosts meet wildlife experts and Indigenous communities who help Kayne achieve his mission.
Chasing down dangerous spiders, killer sharks and venomous snakes, as well as friendly penguins, loveable turtles, a cantankerous cassowary, amongst other rare and endangered native Australian animals, the boys are constantly kept on their toes. And adventure is always calling as they challenge each other to death-defying experiences by rock climbing, skydiving or hurtling down a steep sand dune on a board to get to their mission.
Travelling to stunning locations from the Ningaloo Reef and Fitzroy River in Western Australia to Uluru and Kings Canyon in the Northern Territory, and to the tropical beauty of Heron Island on the Great Barrier Reef, Bushwhacked! is a high-octane, adventure-fuelled wildlife based series for the whole family.
Wacky World Beaters
Wacky World Beaters is a kid’s factual series featuring two highly competitive, slightly zany hosts who set off on a global discovery tour of wacky competitions.
Their mission? To find the world’s ultimate wacky sport! In this hilarious, action packed series Amberley and Gilly compete against the world’s best - and each other - while uncovering amazing people, culture and history wherever they go.
Little Lunch is a comedy series where every episode takes place during that highly anticipated school day break – morning snack time!
Each self-contained episode revolves around, and is told by, six diverse and distinctly identifiable children.
Atticus is sweet, straight, nerdy, and always hungry.
Melanie is stubborn, morally courageous but shy.
Tamara is not remotely shy and excellent at sport.
Rory is naughty, distracted and so very likeable.
Battie is a gentle, creative daydreamer.
Debra-Jo is extremely smart, ambitious and organised (though some would call it bossy!)
And then there is Mrs Gonsha, their much loved teacher, with extreme patience, a generosity of spirit and the tendency to nod off in class …
Little Lunch tackles the big issues in the playground. Who gets to go on the monkey bars? Who gets to join whose club? Who gets Mrs Gonsha off the top of the slide pole when she gets stuck? Little Lunch tells stories that may seem small to adults, but loom large for kids.
Little Lunch is an eminently relatable universal comedy with heart for 6-12 year olds.
Ready for This
Set in inner city Sydney, Ready for This is the story of six teenagers, all elite within their own field, each with a different agenda and different dreams.
They have come together, to live at Arcadia House. For some it’s the opportunity of a lifetime, for others it’s a last chance. In order to survive the year, the six strangers must find a path through new challenges and adventures. A long way from home, the last thing they expect to find is family.
Zoe has hopes of fulfilling her long-held Olympic dreams, while Levi is a rising talent in the football world. Away from parental pressures, Dylan pursues his passion for electronic music and graffiti art, and Ava must overcome her fear of performing in public. After her mother passed away, Lily got caught up in the wrong crowd. Her father moves her to Arcadia house in the hope that new friendships and passions will allow her to finally overcome her grief. Reece has a secret - an invitation to come and stay at Arcadia House is the solution he desperately needs.
Ready for This tells the story of what it’s like to be thrown together in a big city to pursue your dreams, while dealing with all the trials of growing up.