TV and Radio Guide w/c 5 Jan 2015


2015 is the International Year of Light

Happy New Year. We’re back.

We’re looking forward to a year of Science TV and Radio with hopefully no interruptions to the guide this year. Things to look out for in the next few months are a new series of The Infinite Monkey Cage and StarGazing Live in March to coincide with the solar eclipse.


Download the PDF version of the guide to use at school

Picks of the week are:

  • Every Day Miracles: Mark Miodownik on the miraculous nature of everyday stuff.
  • Sky at Night – Chris and the team look at the Gaia telescope which is exploring our galaxy, the Milky Way, in great detail
  • Just So Science – Another chance to listen to how the camel really got its hump and other science based versions of Kipling’s stories.
  • Science Cafe – 2015 is the International Year of Light. Find out about the properties of light and the ways it is used in science.
  • Inside Science – Back for more science news and stories.

Remember, these programmes are now available for 30 days after broadcast on BBCiPlayer.

Still to watch/listen:

And not in the printed guide – because I only just saw it now – Sky are running a new David Attenborough Series – Conquest of the Skies this week – Sky+ it if you have the means. I’m sure it will be amazing.

Science TV and Radio Guide_20150105.pdf


2 Responses to TV and Radio Guide w/c 5 Jan 2015

  1. Reblogged this on Teaching science in all weather and commented:

    Well, that’s first of my projects restarted (thanks to @MrsDrSarah for collating the programmes this week):

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