TV and Radio Guide w/c 5 Jan 2015

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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.

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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

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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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