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Created by: Australian Broadcasting Corporation

Australia 6-1011+

Started: March 24th, 2016

Status: Active, 117 episodes

Kind: Episodic

Language: English

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BITE – Cartoon Violence
04:00 | December 5th, 2022

If you love watching cartoons where the good guys battle the bad, it probably has fighting, explosions, and maybe guns too.

BITE – Friends with Teacher
04:00 | December 5th, 2022

Friends are like flowers. There are lots of different ones out there, but you pick a couple to be your favourites.

BITE – Bullying the Bully
04:00 | December 5th, 2022

Bullying is being mean to someone over and over again. It can happen at home, school, online, on the bus… and it’s not always physical.

BITE – Truth Telling
04:00 | December 5th, 2022

What if your friend asks if their shirt looks cool and you don’t think it does? Or your dad asks if you like his gift, but you actually don’t?

BITE – Family Sacrifices
04:00 | December 5th, 2022

Sacrifice is a big word, and it’s often said in a big situation.

Should we ban homework
22:42 | September 14th, 2022

It’s one of the most requested topics ever – homework! Nobody loves doing it, but is it something we should do or not? Molly and Carl find out whether teachers should be allowed to give you work to do outside of school time.

Should you be punished for something you did a long time ago?
24:00 | September 14th, 2022

Molly has a confession to make. In her youth, she was a famous cat burglar, who stole precious jewellery and never got caught! But now as an elderly woman, justice has caught up with her. But if her crimes were a long time ago and she’s changed a lot since then, should she still be punished?

The backyard chicken dilemma
24:06 | September 14th, 2022

Short & Curly listener Tabitha thought it would be great to get some backyard chickens. Delicious, fresh eggs every morning and cute birds to name and look after. But in reality, it wasn’t so easy. Like, what happens when the chickens get older and stop laying eggs? Is it okay to kill them and replace them with younger chicks who will lay eggs?

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Some brilliant points raised in this. I think really kids just want to emulate the adults they care about and do ‘adult’ looking things.

I know I used to love a small non-alcoholic shandy when I was a kid and we were out for a meal, and pretending to smoke with those candy sticks when it was cold in winter always felt naughty. But I don’t believe anyone that says they drink beer for the taste of it.


Created by: Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Started: March 24th, 2016
Status: Active, 117 episodes
Kind: Episodic
Language: English

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