Many of our individual programmes and series are available, some through distributors. If you are interested in licensing a programme for broadcast or for for any other use, please email Chief Executive Barbara Govan, firstname.lastname@example.org..
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The iconic series in which Adam Hart-
A clock has recently come to light in Leeds Museum that is the missing piece in one of the greatest stories of science and invention. This is the story of John Harrison, the pioneering clock maker who in the 18th century solved the problem of finding a ship’s position at sea. The Leeds Clock throws new light on how Harrison, originally a humble joiner from Humberside, had the ideas that revolutionised clock-
One man’s attempt to build an aeroplane from 1808, to prove that man flew nearly 100 years before the Wright Brothers. Colin Wrigglesworth is obsessed with the work of Sir George Cayley, an aristocratic scientist from North Yorkshire in England. Now he takes the obsession to new levels, attempting build a flying reconstruction of Sir George’s 1808 glider in his barb. If it flies, it will prove that heavier-
The ups and downs in the lives of three of Britain’s tallest teenagers. This is a charming and moving account of the lives of three extreme young people. Paul is 7ft 7 inches, and may become Britain’s tallest man. He dreams of a basketball scholarship in America -
The story of everything -
Innovative and popular science series in which seemingly impossible challenges are put to the test in the Science Shack, a portable lab and workshop. Presented by Adam Hart-