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TV Worth Watching 2: The Story of Science from BBC (6 parts)

March 31st, 2013

TV Worth Watching is a new series highlighting my favorite television viewing. I am a big fan of UK television, so you are sure to see many UK shows and movies featured here. — Douglas

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TV Worth Watching: The Story of Science from BBC (6 parts)

I love BBC Documentary and look them up whenever I can. This 6 part series on Science was quite amazing. Unfortunately, I can’t find it on DVD via Amazon — only through this YouTube playlist. Still, it is worth watching to show you the important role that science has played (and plays) in the world.

The Story of Science

For thousands of years we have wrestled with the great questions of existence. Who are we? What is the world made of? How did we get here? The quest to answer these is the story of science.

Each week, medical journalist Michael Mosley traces the often unpredictable path we have taken. From recreating a famous alchemist’s experiment, to following in Galileo’s footsteps, and putting himself in the hands of a hypnotist, Michael unpicks how science has changed the way we see ourselves, and the way we see our world.

It is a tale of courage and of fear, of hope and disaster, of persistence and success. It interweaves great forces of history – revolutions, voyages of discovery and artistic movements – with practical, ingenious inventions and the dogged determination of experimenters and scientists.

This is the story of how history made science and how science made history, and how the ideas which emerged made the modern world. — BBC Web Site

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