Set in a cool, colourful funhouse, "Spellz" is hosted by world-renowned magician extraordinaire Jay Sankey and his clever young assistant Bridget Hall. In each episode the dynamic duo give viewers a peek inside the exciting world of magic.
See dragonflies as you have never seen them before - before their preferred habitat in and around water diminishes forever. How do dragonflies capture their prey? How do they mate in the air? How do the predatory larvae develop? How does the fully grown insect emerge?
Search for answers to fascinating science questions by carrying out huge experiments and attempting seemingly impossible challenges. Along the way, watch as they create some amazing devices to help explain the science.
SciQ introduces a younger audience to science through adventure. What is the future of living underwater? How does the magic of movie making work? How does a detective investigate a crime scene? Explore a wide range of topics with our young hosts, Andrew and Paula.
It’s hard to imagine life without electricity. But it was not very long ago that we began to understand what it is exactly. Discover the history and look into the future of electricity in this three-part series presented by the theoretical physicist Jim Al-Khalili.
The Lembeh strait is a unique hotspot of marine biodiversity. A wildlife filmmaker couple spent months capturing animal behaviour never filmed before. Thumb-splitting Mantis shrimp or deadly mini-octopuses are just some of the creatures usually overlooked in films.
Microbes outnumber all other species on Earth and make up most living matter. But what exactly is a microbe? From the Black Death to life on Mars, hosts Paula and Charles take you on a journey to discover the big impact of tiny microbes.
Got a science question? Got a minute? These one-minute video clips in the Science Please! collection offer humorous but rigorously accurate explanations of scientific discoveries and phenomena we encounter in our daily lives.