BBC – The Story of Science – Power, Proof and Passion (Complete Series)

BBC – The Story of Science – Power, Proof and Passion (Complete Series)
BBC – The Story of Science – Power, Proof and Passion (Complete Series)
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Who Are We? Michael Mosley examines one of the least understood yet most important subjects in science – the human brain. He considers why it took until the 17th century for the organ to be studied in depth, reveals the surprising results of uniting the twin sciences of anatomy and psychology to learn what shapes thoughts, feelings and desires, and argues that whether people are aware of it or not, the workings of the brain mean everyone is a scientist underneath. Last in the series.



Part 1 of 6
Tuesday, 27th April 2010
9:00pm to 10:00pm
BBC2
BBC – The Story of Science – Power, Proof and Passion (Complete Series)

What Is Out There? New series. Michael Mosley embarks on an ambitious journey to illustrate how the evolution of scientific understanding is intimately related to the development of civilisation. He begins by telling the story of one of the most monumental discoveries in human history – the realisation that Earth was not at the centre of the universe.

Part 2 of 6
Tuesday, 4th May 2010
9:00pm to 10:00pm
BBC2
BBC – The Story of Science – Power, Proof and Passion (Complete Series)

What Is the World Made Of? Michael Mosley’s journey continues, highlighting how the quest to identify the building blocks of the material world has pushed human civilisation to greater achievements. He explains how everything from alchemy to the invention of the transistor has been underpinned by the same query, and reveals how all these advances have led to the development of quantum physics.

Part 3 of 6
Tuesday, 11th May 2010
9:00pm to 10:00pm
BBC2

How Did We Get Here? Michael Mosley examines the origins of humanity, one of the most controversial topics science has ever tackled. Along the way he investigates what roles eccentric French aristocrats, mountaineers, a 12-fingered Victorian publisher and a ridiculed German meteorologist have played in the development of theories about life on Earth.

Part 4 of 6
Tuesday, 18th May 2010
9:00pm to 10:00pm
BBC2

Can We Have Unlimited Power? Michael Mosley investigates claims that modern society has become power-hungry, harnessing everything from wind and steam to nuclear physics in its search for fuel. He explains how the drive to discover new sources was led in its early years by scientists, whose inventions were responsible for changing the course of history – without fully understanding the power they had learned to control.

Part 5 of 6
Tuesday, 25th May 2010
9:00pm to 10:00pm
BBC2

Michael Mosley takes an informative and ambitious journey exploring how the evolution of scientific understanding is intimately interwoven with society’s historical path.

The story of how the secret of life has been examined through the prism of the most complex organism known – the human body. It begins with attempts to save the lives of gladiators in Ancient Rome, unfolds with the macabre work and near-perfect drawings of Leonardo in the Renaissance, through the idea of the ‘life force’ of electricity, to the microscopic world of the cell. It reveals how a moral crisis unleashed by work on the nuclear bomb helped trigger a great breakthrough in biology – understanding the structure and workings of DNA.

Part 6 of 6
Tuesday, 1st June 2010
9:00pm to 10:00pm




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