How the decay of Carbon-14 can be used to date archeological specimens.
Is Cheddar Gorge really made of cheese? Ignoring the fact that nobody thinks it is, this team investigate anyway!
The workings of a methane generator, powered by… actually, you don’t want to know.
Bicarb, vinegar, and a channel-hopping TV set that… oh, you’ll just have to watch it.
The aliens are invading to save us from ourselves. If they can find their way to Earth.
The Physics Squad investigate a curious case of murder, where the instrument of death is… a paint can.
A volcano erupts in… Teddington! A study of the three V’s of volcanoes; volume, volatiles, and viscosity.
A dramatisation of the trials of daily life, and their effect on your heart rate.
Leaky bottles take a class by surprise in this drama.
A clear explanation of a sometimes-tricky concept.
A science-based game show explores the states of matter and the transitions between them.
What order should the planets be in? The sun decides!
Major geometrical breakthrough at the barber’s!
A family dissolve salt, and reform it by evaporating the water.
Does hot water freeze faster than cold water? Our intrepid physicists investigate.
A bridge, an engineering disaster, a news report. There’s a pattern here…
We’re not entirely convinced Mendeleev came up with his table of elements while on a trampoline, but if he had, it might have looked l …
The classic egg-in-bottle trick, demonstrated by the eggs themselves.
A density challenge, involving fairies and rainbows and witches and physics. Oh my.
A sideways look at the process of digestion. With added ick.