TV and Radio Guide w/c 6 October 2014

The picks of the week include a theme which reminds us that 2014 is the International Year of Crystallography and a new stellar series focussing on what it is to be human.

  • An Eye for Pattern highlights from correspondence of Dorothy Hodgkin (1910-1994), broadcast for the first time to celebrate the 50th anniversary of her winning the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1964.
  • The Life Scientific Jim talks with Professor Elspeth Garman about the technique that’s led to 28 Nobel Prizes in the last century.
  • Discovery Vivienne Parry looks at some examples of patient led research which have challenged the medical establishment.
  • Inside Science
  • Horizon Asteroids!
  • My Date with Death Can the human genome predict when and how you’ll die?
  • Human Planet is the new epic series hosted by Professor Brian Cox, charting the human ingenuity and adaptability in order to make an existence in almost any environment.
  • Sky At Night: Ice Giants and tips on how to photograph them from Damien Peach.
  • Wonders of the Monsoon
  • and even more…

Download the PDF version of the guide to use at school

Science TV and Radio Guide_20141006.pdf


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