Is Cheddar Gorge really made of cheese? Ignoring the fact that nobody thinks it is, this team investigate anyway!
The attractive force of gravity… and what if you could flip it to be repulsive?
The biology of ricin poisoning, fairy-tale-style.
Two balloons, a van, and an unexpected result.
Testing which clothing would be most suitable to wear on a rainy day.
A simple demonstration of how crude oil is formed, enlisting the help of a cuddly octopus.
An evil genius creates the most frightening monster in SciCast history.
The preparation and biology of jelly.
The physics behind atmospheric pressure, and an explanation of the source of wind. Er… the other sort of wind.
The complete history of the universe, including the bits that haven’t happened yet.
The 1950s. School. Slate tablets, the cane, mortar boards… and buzzing straws.
A stern schoolmaster shows his class a violent reaction. With predictably raucous results.
Some simple experiments with sound, with explanations. And some very funny lines.
French accents, aliens, and… actually, we’re not sure.
Professors Charles and Boyle are on hand to explain why fizzy drinks can be problematic
The law of the lever, as explained in an American classroom. Sort of.
Refraction and its impractical applications.
Explaining concepts of electrical energy through… pizzas!
Pressure concepts illustrated through a seat of nails and a well-known schoolboy prank.
A simple model of a car’s central locking system, and how it works.