- Immortal Songs 2: Singing the Legend: Episode 219 – Sumi Jo
- I Have a Lover: Episode 13
- Hormones: Estrogen
- Henry Danger: Henry and the Woodpeckers
- Heavy Object: The Little Soldiers Who Tie Down Gulliver ~ The Snowy Deep Winter Battle of Alaska I ~
- Good Game: Spawn Point: Episode 33
- Did You Know Gaming?: Jak and Daxter
- BBC Weekend News: 03/10/2015
- Ghost Adventures: Grand Canyon Caverns
- Gardening Australia: A Host of Golden Daffodils – FAQs – Planting the Pond – Small Space: No Problem – Magnificent Magnolias – Viola’s Patch
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When Piper’s basketball coach quits, Henry becomes the coach of Piper’s team; Henry is challenged by the League Board and its unorthodox rules.
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The world is now fragmented into four coalitions that constantly wage wars across their many borders. These wars are fought by a new class of weapons called Objects, which rendered all other forms of conventional warfare obsolete.
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In this episode we take a look at the facts, secrets and history of the Jak and Daxter franchise. Jak and Daxter was created by Andy Gavin and Jason Rubin. The series was developed by Naughty Dog, but several titles were outsourced to Ready at Dawn and High Impact Games. The first Jak and Daxter game was one of the earliest titles released on the Sony PlayStation 2, and is generally regarded as a defining franchise for the console. The first three games in the series were very successful, and were eventually re-released on the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita as part of a remastered collection. The franchise has sold over 12 million units combined.
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The team investigates Grand Canyon Caverns in Peach Springs, AZ, formerly a sacred Indian burial site. The guys dodge mysterious rocks thrown at them during the night's lockdown, and Zak has an eerie, one-on-one encounter.
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A Host of Golden Daffodils: Jane checks out the latest flower project undertaken by the City of Melbourne – a mass-planted display of ninety-thousand daffodils in Fitzroy Gardens. FAQs – Insect Cocoon ID | Oyster Shells | Lemons for Perth: Answers to frequently asked questions from emails, letters and Facebook. Planting the Pond: Costa shows how to maintain a thriving pond and aquaponics system, cleaning out and replanting both with productive aquatic edibles. Small Space – No Problem: Tino shows how to get the most out of a small productive space, growing everything from capsicums and pepinos to lettuce and beetroot in a single bed. Magnificent Magnolias: Sophie explores the stunning variety of this ancient group of plants, and shows that there’s a variety to suit every garden no matter how much space you’ve got. Viola’s Patch: Jerry explores a beautiful garden that is a lush oasis with shady corners, perennial borders and a large collection of bromeliads.
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