TV Guide w/c 26th November 2012

This week’s TV Guide collated by @MrsDrSarah and hosted at the Science Teaching Library (her archive of TV Guides found here http://teachitbetter.wordpress.com/tag/tv-guide/) is now available.

Nature’s Microworlds – BBC4

Sarah’s  Pick of the Week is the  Nature’s Microworlds on Monterey Bay. The kelp forest of Monterey Bay, California is one of the most diverse marine ecosystems in the world. As a lapsed scuba diver, I will be watching this with interest; apparently the kelp forests in the North Sea are pretty amazing places to dive.

My Pick of the week is Naked Scientists on iPlayerThe BBC is decommissioning this radio show  just as I’ve started listening to it. Show your support and give it a go, before it goes!

If you have any suggestions for next week, let me or @MrsDrSarah know on twitter using the hashtag #sciteachlib.

You can download the xlsx guide here: TV guide 26 Nov 12

Year group Title of the programme Why is it so great? When is it on?
An enthusiastic people The Infinite Monkey Cage (Radio) Unusual science research discussed by Prof Brian Cox and Robin Ince plus guests Mon 26 Nov, 4:30pm, Radio 4 (or on iPlayer)
Any enthusiastic biologists Nature’s Microworlds: Monterey Bay A journey through the geography of the Monterey Bay kelp forests. Mon 26 Nov, 8pm, BBC 4 (or on iPlayer)
Future neuroscientists Science Café: Psychology of Beauty (Radio) A discussion of the psychology of beauty with a neuroscientist and a dancer. Tues 27 Nov, 6:30, Radio Wales (or on iPlayer)
A level & GCSE scientists (particularly physicists) Dara O’Briain’s Science Club: Space An exploration of the topic from unexpected angles, with cutting edge research discussed. Tues 27 Nov, 9pm, BBC 2 (or HD) (or on iPlayer)
A level biologists Immortal? A Horizon Guide to Ageing Johnny Ball looks at what science has learned about ageing using the Horizon archive. Wed 28 Nov, 9pm, BBC 4 (or on iPlayer)
Future neuroscientists Frontiers: Brain Machine Interfaces (Radio) Find out how scientists can use the mind to control artifical limbs. Wed 28 Nov, 9pm, Radio 4 (or on iPlayer)
An enthusiastic people Material World (Radio) A discussion of science in the news. Thurs 29 Nov, 4:30pm, Radio 4 (or iPlayer)
A level biologists Saving Species (Radio) Exploring the world of nature and challenges of wildlife conservation. Thurs 29 Nov, 8pm, BBC 4 (or on iPlayer)
Enthusiastic physicists Horizon: Why Can’t We Predict Earthquakes? Find out why science hasn’t worked out how to predict where and when the next earthquake will happen. Thurs 29 Nov, 9pm, Radio 4 (or on iPlayer)
An enthusiastic people Attenborough: 60 Years in the Wild David Attenborough discusses why he has become such a staunch conservationist. Fri 30 Nov, 9pm, BBC 2 (& HD) (or on iPlayer)
An enthusiastic people Naked Scientists (Radio) Scientists answer the public’s questions on every day science. Sun 2 Dec, 6pm, BBC Local Radio (or on iPlayer)
Any enthusiastic people Attenborough: 60 Years in the Wild Legendary conservationist David Attenborough celebrates 60 years of wildlife TV On iPlayer
Scientists in Years 7 & 8 The Bloodhound Adventure Dr Yan has some help to explore the science behind the bloodhound supersonic car. On iPlayer
Any enthusiastic people Dara O’Briain’s Science Club Catch up on the Science Club: Life, Death & Extinction; Einstein; Genetics. On iPlayer
Enthusiastic physicists Shock and Awe: The Story of Electricity Telling the story of electricity and its discovery. On iPlayer
Any enthusiastic people Richard Hammond’s Miracles of Nature Discovering the adaptations of animals and how they have influenced human inventions. On iPlayer
Any enthusiastic podcast fans Science Weekly with Alok Jha A whole range of science & technology is explored in this podcast from the Guardian. via iTunes (or your chosen podcast player)
Any enthusiastic podcast fans Science in Action New developments in science from around the world from the BBC. via iTunes (or your chosen podcast player)
Any enthusiastic podcast fans The Naked Scientists A podcast from the live Naked Scientists radio show – laying science bare, answering questions and interviewing top scientists via iTunes (or your chosen podcast player)
GCSE & A level scientists How Stuff Works – Stuff You Should Know A podcast (which isn’t always science but is very good anyway) packed with stuff you should know about. via iTunes (or your chosen podcast player)
Any enthusiastic podcast fans Little Atoms Podcast A podcast from the live Little Atoms talk show. http://www.littleatoms.com/
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