What's the best science TV show of all time?
Update: Thanks to Brandon, you can see a short clip:
That is actually one of the weakest and tamest I remember. You should have seen where Magnus explains coriolis force, or quicksand!
Aaah. Magnus Pike - the reason I'm a food scientist today. Wave those hands about 'cos science is very exciting.
The Beeb had (and still has) some great science shows: Horizon, Tomorrow's World, all the David Attenborough and other nature shows. Patrick Moore on the Sky at Night.
All reasons that I became a scientist.
How on earth do you know of Magnus Pike? I barely know of him and I'm British. I remember Tommorrows world in the early 80's, but I dont think your that old either.
You'll like this, then:
The series ran on Belgrade TV in the 1980s and everybody watched it and commented on it the next day.
Let me remaind you: optical illusion with "big" Bellamy and "little" Pyke in room, why chimeny breaks when falls, what is sound in finger cracking, can you break a glass with singers voice, why honey curves when falling...