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Emma, aged 10, has invented a submersible camera for fishermen to see their hooks, bait and the fish that are attacking their lines.
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The industrial revolution began in Great Britain and quickly spread across the globe, fundamentally transforming every aspect of our lives. From the rapid urbanisation of the 19th century, to the effects of new technologies on fields as diverse as medicine and warfare.
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Is beauty in the eye of the beholder, or is there something more universal about it? Matthew Collings takes us on an illustrated tour of his favourite beauty, comparing the art of different historical eras to help us see the principles that underlie them.
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Discover the history of Vienna's Natural History Museum as well as explore the museum’s contribution to science across the world!
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The Platypus has baffled scientists since its discovery over 200 years ago. We discover how platypus breed and raise their babies. The Platypus is one of only two living mammals to lay eggs. The other is its monotreme cousin, the Echidna, an equally peculiar animal.
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Countries are teetering on the brink of bankruptcy. Unemployment is out of control. And anger at the world’s financial system is leading to riots. All this is happening at a time when economists are becoming more influential. Do they really know what they are doing?
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Journalist James May travels the globe in search of inventors making science fiction a reality in this three-part series. Cars that transform into airplanes, a world populated by robots and energy-generation from a ‘snake’ - all part of the job for James May.
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Join the journey to the Antarctic, to the centre of the earth and into outer space, as influenced by Jules Verne’s writings.
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Science has a key role to play in man’s future. This programme looks at the origin of modern man and the future he faces in the light of recent chemical and biological discoveries.
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This documentary examines the role that music plays in developing our brains as humans. It looks at the influence of music on premature infants and on growing children, as well as exploring the role of music therapy for hospital patients and the elderly.
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Stephen Fry examines the story behind the first media entrepreneur Johannes Gutenberg (the inventor of the printing press) to find out why he did it and how. The story combines both historical enquiry and hands on technology to bring the man and his machine to life.
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