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Rough Science

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2009-04-15 08:00:00
Open Science. Five ingenious scientists, accompanied by Kate Humble, follow in the footsteps of the original gold prospectors on the harsh, primeval west coast of New Zealand.

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2009-04-15 07:00:00
Open Science. Five ingenious scientists, accompanied by Kate Humble, follow in the footsteps of the original gold prospectors on the harsh, primeval west coast of New Zealand.

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2009-03-24 12:00:00
Open Science. Things take off as the team design an aerial surveyor and get airborne to find the epicentre of a devastating earthquake.

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2008-08-20 12:45:00
Open Science. The deadline is looming for Kate Humble and the five Rough Scientists, who must find and extract enough gold to make a souvenir of their stay in New Zealand's south island.

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2008-08-20 12:00:00
Open Science. Today is D-Day for the team of Rough Scientists who must build a furnace and bellows to smelt and form gold into souvenirs as a reminder of their stay in New Zealand.

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2008-08-20 11:45:00
Open Science. The deadline is looming for Kate Humble and the five Rough Scientists, who must find and extract enough gold to make a souvenir of their stay in New Zealand's south island.

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2008-08-20 11:00:00
Open Science. Today is D-Day for the team of Rough Scientists who must build a furnace and bellows to smelt and form gold into souvenirs as a reminder of their stay in New Zealand.

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2008-01-17 11:30:00
Open Science. The team must devise an automated gold-extracting machine, make hand cream and work out the date of the last major earthquake - all in just three days.

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2008-01-16 13:30:00
Open Science. Kate Humble challenges a team of five ingenious scientists to hunt for gold on the rugged and unforgiving west coast of New Zealand's South Island.

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2007-07-30 20:30:00
Open Science. The deadline is looming for Kate Humble and the five Rough Scientists, who must find and extract enough gold to make a souvenir of their stay in New Zealand's south island.

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2007-07-30 19:30:00
Open Science. The deadline is looming for Kate Humble and the five Rough Scientists, who must find and extract enough gold to make a souvenir of their stay in New Zealand's south island.

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2007-07-30 18:00:00
Open Science. Today is D-Day for the team of Rough Scientists who must build a furnace and bellows to smelt and form gold into souvenirs as a reminder of their stay in New Zealand.

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2007-07-30 17:00:00
Open Science. Today is D-Day for the team of Rough Scientists who must build a furnace and bellows to smelt and form gold into souvenirs as a reminder of their stay in New Zealand.

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2007-07-07 07:25:00
Open University. Leaving their labs for a Caribbean island, the team have just three days to record the sounds and geography of their new home.

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2007-02-10 15:35:00
Open Science. Challenged to examine the tropical marine life, Kate Humble and the team combine their knowledge with a little elbow grease to generate electricity for an underwater light.

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2006-11-05 04:00:00
Open Science. Today is D-Day for the team of Rough Scientists who must build a furnace and bellows to smelt and form gold into souvenirs as a reminder of their stay in New Zealand.

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2006-11-05 03:30:00
Open Science. The deadline is looming for Kate Humble and the five Rough Scientists, who must find and extract enough gold to make a souvenir of their stay in New Zealand's south island.

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2006-10-22 04:00:00
Open Science. The team must devise an automated gold-extracting machine, make hand cream and work out the date of the last major earthquake - all in just three days.

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2006-10-22 03:30:00
Open Science. Kate Humble challenges a team of five ingenious scientists to hunt for gold on the rugged and unforgiving west coast of New Zealand's South Island.

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2006-10-22 03:00:00
Open Science. The team must devise an automated gold-extracting machine, make hand cream and work out the date of the last major earthquake - all in just three days.

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2006-10-22 02:30:00
Open Science. Kate Humble challenges a team of five ingenious scientists to hunt for gold on the rugged and unforgiving west coast of New Zealand's South Island.

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2006-08-13 02:00:00
Open Science. Things take off as the team design an aerial surveyor and get airborne to find the epicentre of a devastating earthquake.

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2006-08-06 02:00:00
Open Science. Five scientists pool their wits to complete a series of space-inspired challenges. The scientists have to work out what size meteor made the Arizona crater.

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2006-07-30 02:00:00
Open Science. Spacesuits are designed to protect astronauts from extreme temperatures. For this challenge the Rough Scientists have to collectively design a cooling system for their own spacesuit.

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2006-07-30 01:00:00
Open Science. Spacesuits are designed to protect astronauts from extreme temperatures. For this challenge the Rough Scientists have to collectively design a cooling system for their own spacesuit.

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2006-07-09 05:30:00
Open Science. The Science of Celebration: The science of sound and rockets helps Kate Humble and the team devise ways of going out with a bang in their last set of tropical island challenges.

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2006-07-02 05:30:00
Open Science. Challenged to examine the tropical marine life, Kate Humble and the team combine their knowledge with a little elbow grease to generate electricity for an underwater light.

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2006-07-02 04:30:00
Open Science. Challenged to examine the tropical marine life, Kate Humble and the team combine their knowledge with a little elbow grease to generate electricity for an underwater light.

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2006-06-18 05:30:00
Open Science. Kate Humble and the science team find they have to borrow some wartime tricks when challenged to build a radio and transmitter on their tropical island base.

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2006-06-18 04:30:00
Open Science. Kate Humble and the science team find they have to borrow some wartime tricks when challenged to build a radio and transmitter on their tropical island base.

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2006-06-11 05:30:00
Open Science. Can Kate Humble and the team get a biology lab, microscope and weather station built and tested on their tropical island in just three days?

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2006-06-11 04:30:00
Open Science. Can Kate Humble and the team get a biology lab, microscope and weather station built and tested on their tropical island in just three days?

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2006-06-04 05:30:00
Open University. Leaving their labs for a Caribbean island, the team have just three days to record the sounds and geography of their new home.

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2006-05-07 02:00:00
Open Science. It's D-Day for the team of 'Rough Scientists' who must build a furnace so they can try to smelt and form gold into souvenirs as a reminder of their six-week stay in New Zealand.

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2006-05-07 01:00:00
Open Science. It's D-Day for the team of 'Rough Scientists' who must build a furnace so they can try to smelt and form gold into souvenirs as a reminder of their six-week stay in New Zealand.

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2006-04-30 02:00:00
Open Science. The deadline is looming for Kate Humble and the five Rough Scientists, who must find and extract enough gold to make a souvenir of their stay in New Zealand's South Island.

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2006-04-23 02:00:00
Open Science. The team leave their epic quest for New Zealand gold, to measure the speed and melt of the Franz Josef Glacier, an awesome seven miles of ice, and come up with a way to keep warm.

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2006-04-23 01:00:00
Open Science. The team leave their epic quest for New Zealand gold, to measure the speed and melt of the Franz Josef Glacier, an awesome seven miles of ice, and come up with a way to keep warm.

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2006-04-16 01:00:00
Open Science. Kate Humble challenges the team to make their own weatherproof tent high in the gold rich mountains of New Zealand.

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2006-04-09 01:00:00
Open Science. A team of scientists are challenged by Kate Humble to devise an automated gold-extracting machine, and to work out the date of the last major earthquake.

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2006-04-02 01:00:00
Open Science. Five ingenious scientists, accompanied by Kate Humble, follow in the footsteps of the original gold prospectors on the harsh, primeval west coast of New Zealand.

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2006-01-22 05:30:00
Open Science. Aiming to go out with a bang, Kate Humble and the team use the science of sound and rockets to tackle the last set of challenges on their tropical island base.

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2006-01-22 05:00:00
Open Science. Challenged to examine the tropical marine life, Kate Humble and the team combine their knowledge with a little elbow grease to generate electricity for an underwater light.

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2006-01-15 05:30:00
Open Science. The challenges don't come much tougher than this as Kate Humble and the team of scientists tackle bringing down the temperature on their sweltering tropical island base.

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2006-01-15 05:00:00
Open Science. Kate Humble and the science team find they have to borrow some wartime tricks when challenged to build a radio and transmitter on their tropical island base.

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2006-01-08 05:30:00
Open Science. Can Kate Humble and the team get a biology lab, microscope and weather station built and tested on their tropical island in just three days?

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2006-01-08 05:00:00
Open Science. Leaving their labs for a Caribbean island, the team has just three days to record the sounds and geography of their new home.

> Rough Science on BBC Two at 2005-09-04 04:00:00
Open Science. Aiming to go out with a bang, Kate Humble and the team use the science of sound and rockets to tackle the last set of challenges on their tropical island base.

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