Operation Ouch!The doctors reveal the incredible bit of body kit that keeps you balanced – your vestibular system, and find out what makes Team GB hockey star Shona McCallin so fast in Brilliant Bodies. More medical mysteries are solved on the wards in Ouch and About and find out how to confuse your mates’ digits with a new body trick. Meanwhile, in the Emergency Department Matthea’s broken her arm after running into her friend in the playground and Ben has a sore and swollen eye.
Horrible HistoriesHorrible Histories goes pear-shaped in an explorers special, meeting Christopher Columbus as he tries to teach a class that the world is indeed shaped like a pear. On the strict instructions of Emperor Nero, some hapless Roman centurions are quite literally stuck in the mud, searching for the source of the Nile. And intrepid Arctic explorer Peter Freuchen has to dig his way out of the snow with a frozen poo. From the Vikings' first small steps on American soil to humankind's first giant leaps on the moon, join Horrible Histories on this epic adventure.
Horrible HistoriesHorrible Histories charts the path towards true love. Henry VIII enlists the help of maitre d' Fred Sirieix as he tries to find the right wife on Historic First Dates. Elsewhere, we sample some medieval Munich love magic, see how Renaissance men tried to impress the ladies, listen to some of history's greatest love letters, and watch as King Alfonso of Spain's wedding takes a turn he's not expecting...
Horrible HistoriesDoctors Chris and Xand van Tulleken join Rattus for a selection of old and new sketches relating to bodies.
Operation Ouch!The Doctors find out what fear does to your body with a supersized balloon pop! Find out what makes our Ouch Babies laugh and meet the inspiring contenders up for the Big Heart Ouch! Award. In the emergency department, one patient has a sore thumb, while another has fractured his back, and we show you what to do when someone has a seizure in First Aid.
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