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    ABC iview is a staple here and after school introduced them to Backyard Science it seems to be the first program they choose.

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    Mine are really enjoying operation ouch on abc 3. I quite like it too, it's interesting and informative and the doctors are quite amusing.

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    I just googled backyard science, it looks awesome. Shame we don't have that here

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    The only thing they watch with me that is not on the cartoon channels are docos on Nat Geo, Discovery or Animal Planet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [Mod] Shakeyshake View Post
    I just googled backyard science, it looks awesome. Shame we don't have that here
    Can you watch it through ABC iview through the net?

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    I watch 'Operation Ouch' with the kids, it's great we have all learnt a few interesting things (even though it's geared up for kids).

    http://www.abc.net.au/abc3/shows/14327.htm

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    My kids are into Full House at the moment. Nice and wholesome lol.

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    My DD (3) loves wipeout lol, she calls it 'the falling over show'

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    Things I have watched previously with DS1 are Friends, Full House, Gilmore Girls, House rules, So you think you can dance. Luckily for him I love all the kids shows too so we watch Smurfs, magic school bus, rugrats, Pokèmon, Sailor Moon, Dragons (DF loved this one too), Gummi bears, Buzz Lightyear

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    Quote Originally Posted by [Mod] RaryGirl View Post
    Can you watch it through ABC iview through the net?
    i'm not sure, i'll try that now,


 

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