|VOLUMES 1 - 20 (Available only on DVD)
||Vol 20 - Safe ‘n’ Sound
||Vol 19 - Bright Sparks
||Vol 18 - Wings ‘n’ Water
||Vol 17 - Out ‘n’ About
||Vol 16 - Wet, Wild World
||Vol 15 - Fins, Fur, Feathers
||Vol 14 - Little Critters
||Vol 13 - Mix it Up
||Vol 12 - Space Place
||Vol 11 - Blood, Bones and Brains
||Vol 10 - It goes where?
||Vol 9 - Bright Light
||Vol 8 - Wheelies
||Vol 7 - Gotta Grow
||Vol 6 - Our World
||Vol 5 - Animal Antics
||Vol 4 - Creepy Crawlies
||Vol 3 - Pop’n’Fizz
||Vol 2 - Stars'n'Stuff
||Vol 1 - The Body
Safe 'n' sound - Volume 20 Return to list
Why do we need to wear life jackets? Suzy tries a few life jackets on for size to
answer this question.
Why do I have to wear a cycle helmet? We slip on a “skid lid” and cycles our way to
Why do you have to wear a seatbelt? A watermelon is injured in the making of this
How do smoke alarms work? This investigation is quite alarming.
Why are there flags on the beach? This is a gritty investigation.
What do you do when an accident happens? We find out what to do when Anne falls
off her bike.
Bright Sparks - Volume 19 Return to list
How can a bird sit on a power line? Two joke telling birds help this investigation.
How does a toaster work? We lift the cover off the secrets of electrical circuits.
What does a lighthouse do? Suzy explores the site of a shipwreck in the Caitlins.
Why does your hair go all tingly when you comb it? We experiment with static
How does a light bulb work? Suzy throws some light on how lightbulbs work.
What does a dam do? An investigation on top of, and under the Clyde Dam.
Wings 'n' water - Volume 18 Return to list
How does a helicopter fly? We explore helicopters in Fiordland.
How do submarines work? Suzy uses a fleet of submarines to investigate this one.
What makes a yacht go? We join the Team New Zealand headquarters to get the secret
of a yachts success.
What makes things fly? Suzy visits the Queenstown Airport to discover the secret.
Why do planes fly so high? There’s a lot of facts and information flying around in
How does steam power things? We head to the boiler room of the HMS Earnslaw on
Lake Wakatipu to find out.
Out’n’About - Volume 17 Return to list
What happens to leaves in Autumn? Drop in on this investigation and don’t leave
till you have the answers.
Where does wind come from? Suzy climbs to the top of Mt Eden to check out wind.
How does a tree eat? Suzy can’t see how a tree eats without a mouth and decides
to get to the root of the problem.
What good is a rotten apple? We visit Kauri Park Primary and find why a rotten
apple is the apple of a student’s eye.
What lives in the garden? We investigate what lives in a garden and discover all
is not what is seems...
Where does thunder come from? Suzy decides that thunder makes her wonder and
Wet, wild world - Volume 16 Return to list
What causes waves? Suzy discovers there’s more to waves than water.
What makes an earthquake? We visit Te Papa, New Zealand’s National museum, to
Why does it rain? We investigate clouds.
What is a tornado? Suzy uses a vacuum cleaner to create a whirlwind in this
What happens when a volcano erupts? We visit the Buried Village in Rotorua to find
out what happens when good volcanoes get grumpy.
How can you tell what the weather is going to be like tomorrow? Suzy brews up a
storm in this investigation.
Fins, fur, feathers - Volume 15 Return to list
What makes a cat a cat? We take a trip to the Auckland Zoo to find the answer.
Why don’t penguins fly? Suzy gives flying lessons to the Little Blue Penguins
while she investigates.
How many teeth does a shark have? The New Zealand Marine Studies Centre in
Dunedin helps us answer this question.
What lives in a rock pool? Suzy heads to the beach to find out.
Why does a mouse like to live in your house? We investigates these cute little
Why do birds sing? We take a stroll through the bush to find out.
Little Critters - Volume 14 Return to list
Where do you find the world’s biggest spider? We visit the Otago Museum
which has the worlds largest collection of spiders.
Why does a sandfly bite? Suzy sacrifices her arm to the pesky critter, to
Why do glow worms glow? We shed a little light on the answer for you.
What does a Cicada look like? We get up close and personal with these
How do flies walk on walls and ceilings? Suzy’s stuck on this investigation.
How does a Weta hear? A cave weta is a bit of a handful in this investigation!
Mix it up - Volume 13 Return to list
How can I make soft drinks at home? How to make delicious fizzy ginger
What does it take to make the perfect cake? Join Suzy as she does a fair
test on various ingredients.
How come some liquids don’t mix? We separates the facts on why some liquids
What’s the difference between an oven and a microwave? We make dessert to
What’s the best way to dissolve drinking chocolate? A hot day requires a
How are jellybeans made? When Suzy’s jellybean supply runs out she decides
to make her own.
Space Place - Volume 12 Return to list
Why does the moon change shape? We stay up late to investigate the changing
shape of the moon.
Why don’t satellites fall out of the sky? We reach for the sky in this
What would it be like to live on another planet? We go on an interplanetary
What is a black hole in space? Stunt Suzy goes where no stunt doll has gone
Where did the moon come from? We find that the moon is not made of cheese.
"Night and Day"
What makes night and day? Suzy investigates where she can get the longest
night hours for a good sleep.
Blood, Bones, and Brains - Volume 11 Return to list
What does your brain do? Suzy investigates the control tower of your body.
Why does your heart beat? We pumps out information about the beating heart.
Why does your body need blood? Suzy really gets her hands dirty in this
What is a skeleton? We make no bones about this investigation at Te Papa,
New Zealand’s National museum.
How does a broken bone heal? We visit Starship Hospital for this
Why do you have a belly button? Suzy investigates bellybuttons, is yours
an “inney” or an “outty?”
It goes where - Volume 10 Return to list
What happens after you flush?
Where do letters go when you post them?
How does kiwifruit get to the supermarket?
Where does the water go when it rains?
How much rubbish does one person make in a day?
How do you make a road?
Bright Light - Volume 9 Return to list
"What makes a shadow?"
Suzy casts a little light on this subject as she answers this question.
"Why do you need to wear sunblock?"
This burning question needs to be answered.
"What is a mirror?"
We follow the process of a mirror being made to find out how it works.
"How does a camera work?"
Suzy focuses on capturing the right image for this so you don’t get a negative
idea about it.
"What is colour?"
Suzy finds that reflecting light helps to answer this question about colours.
"Why do things look smaller the further away they are?"
Bonus programme to the DVD.
Wheelies - Volume 8 Return to list
"How do cars work?"
We’ll find what’s under the bonnet of a car and how all the parts work together.
"Why do bikes have gears?"
Let’s slip on a 'skid lid' and experiments with the bike to find the answer.
"Why do we need a speed limit?"
The luge in Rotorua is the perfect place to put speed to the test.
"Why do the wheels on my skateboard have to be round?"
Suzy tries different shaped wheels to find out.
"How does a tram work?"
We ride a tram in Christchurch to find the answer is electrifying.
"What is a simple machine?"
Bonus programme to the DVD.