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Schools: Science Clips

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2008-11-21 09:55:00
Variation: In this episode - a bird that doesn't fly, and butterflies that do. Twins and family likeness. And how like a lion is your cat?

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2008-11-11 11:00:00
Forces and Movement: Hit a ball against a wall and what happens to it? Toys that move in various ways, and when the wind gets up, getting around by kite power.

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2008-11-04 11:10:00
Pushes and Pulls: In the playground, at the rodeo, at the railway, and how elephants use a pushing force to reach acacia leaves. Plus, the dangers of even shallow water.

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2008-11-04 11:00:00
Grouping and Changing Materials: From plasticine to Morph, and from oil to plastics. Cars get a second chance at the racetrack, and sand gets transformed into beautiful glass.

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2008-09-15 11:00:00
Earth, Sun and Moon: The Earth - from day to night, from winter to summer, and as seen from space. The moon and its phases, the sun and its energy, and gravity on different planets.

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2008-09-15 10:00:00
Earth, Sun and Moon: The Earth - from day to night, from winter to summer, and as seen from space. The moon and its phases, the sun and its energy, and gravity on different planets.

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2008-08-21 22:30:00
Changing Sounds: Take a string, pluck it, change the length, the tension, the thickness, so what happens to the sound? What happens when there is no air?

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2008-08-21 22:00:00
How We See Things: Seeing in the dark - with a cat called Boffin. Straight down the line with light, so how do road signs and reflective jackets work?

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2008-08-21 21:30:00
Changing Sounds: Take a string, pluck it, change the length, the tension, the thickness, so what happens to the sound? What happens when there is no air?

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2008-08-21 21:00:00
How We See Things: Seeing in the dark - with a cat called Boffin. Straight down the line with light, so how do road signs and reflective jackets work?

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2008-06-30 09:00:00
Variation: In this episode - a bird that doesn't fly, and butterflies that do. Twins and family likeness. And how like a lion is your cat?

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2008-06-30 08:00:00
Variation: In this episode - a bird that doesn't fly, and butterflies that do. Twins and family likeness. And how like a lion is your cat?

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2008-06-16 22:30:00
Health and Growth: Adults and babies, parrots and pets, the importance of food, exercise and medicine.

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2008-06-16 21:30:00
Health and Growth: Adults and babies, parrots and pets, the importance of food, exercise and medicine.

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2008-06-16 15:00:00
Ourselves: Lots of different faces with lots of different expressions. Finding the rock that bites, and how different are you to an elephant?

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2008-06-16 14:00:00
Ourselves: Lots of different faces with lots of different expressions. Finding the rock that bites, and how different are you to an elephant?

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2008-06-05 13:30:00
Earth, Sun and Moon: Looking at the Earth, from day to night, from winter to summer, and as seen from space.

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2008-06-05 12:30:00
Earth, Sun and Moon: Looking at the Earth, from day to night, from winter to summer, and as seen from space.

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2008-05-26 08:50:00
Earth, Sun and Moon: The Earth - from day to night, from winter to summer, and as seen from space. The moon and its phases, the sun and its energy, and gravity on different planets.

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2008-05-26 07:50:00
Earth, Sun and Moon: The Earth - from day to night, from winter to summer, and as seen from space. The moon and its phases, the sun and its energy, and gravity on different planets.

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2008-05-08 10:40:00
Light and Dark: Anshu looks around after the light goes out; the badger sets off to explore; waiting for morning in the most northerly city in the world; and a dramatic clifftop rescue.

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2008-05-08 10:30:00
Forces and Movement: Hit a ball against a wall and what happens to it? This programme looks at toys that move in various ways and, when the wind gets up, getting around by kite power!

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2008-05-06 22:20:00
How We See Things: Seeing in the dark - with a cat called Boffin. Straight down the line with light, so how do road signs and reflective jackets work?

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2008-04-10 10:30:00
Lots of different faces with lots of different expressions. Finding the rock that bites, and how different are you to an elephant?

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2008-03-22 01:45:00
Pushes and Pulls: How elephants use pushing force to reach acacia leaves, and how even shallow water can be dangerous.

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2008-03-21 15:00:00
Groups and Changing Materials: How materials can change, as cars get a second chance at the race track and sand is transformed into glass.

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2008-03-19 08:30:00
Friction: A look at what friction is and how it can be measured, from bobsleighs to dragsters and from gannets to cyclists.

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2008-03-18 09:45:00
Magnets and Springs: Children at a park and funfair help Pod show Annie many different examples of forces. Pod finds huge magnets doing a useful job in a scrapyard.

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2008-03-18 08:30:00
Friction: A look at what friction is and how it can be measured, from bobsleighs to dragsters and from gannets to cyclists.

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2008-03-10 00:00:00
Friction: From bobsleighs to dragsters, and from gannets to cyclists, friction is a force to be reckoned with.

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2008-02-25 13:10:00
Earth, Sun and Moon: The Earth - from day to night, from winter to summer, and as seen from space. The moon and its phases, the sun and its energy, and gravity on different planets.

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2008-02-25 13:00:00
How We See Things: How do road signs and reflective jackets work? And looking through the eye - what's behind what we see?

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2008-02-21 20:00:00
Keeping Warm: Seeing, using, and feeling temperature. How did the three bears use thermal conductivity, and why was the wolf so keen to lend Red Riding Hood a cool box?

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2008-02-04 13:00:00
Forces in Action: What happens to your dinner when you're weightless? And if you're a stunt artist, how fast do you fall?

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2008-01-28 13:10:00
Science Clips. Changing Circuits: This programme looks at electricity.

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2008-01-21 13:10:00
Changing State: Why might local waters taste different? And what properties might you need to think about when taking machinery to the Antarctic?

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2008-01-14 13:00:00
Interdependence and Adaptation: Why doesn't the cactus wren get stabbed by the choya? Camels are adapted for desert life, but how? And why doesn't the fringe-toed lizard get sand up its nose?

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2008-01-07 13:00:00
Life Cycles: From plant pollination and seed dispersal to gestation periods and the birth of a foal.

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2007-12-10 13:10:00
Light and Shadow: Seeing is believing - but what of shadows? Is it possible to have more than one? How can light make you look scary? And why does your shadow keep changing shape?

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2007-12-10 13:00:00
Friction: From bobsleighs to dragsters, and from gannets to cyclists, friction is a force to be reckoned with.

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2007-11-19 13:10:00
Keeping Warm: Seeing, using, and feeling temperature. How did the three bears use thermal conductivity, and why was the wolf so keen to lend Red Riding Hood a cool box?

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2007-11-19 13:00:00
Characteristics of Materials: Can you make a whole bicycle out of rubber? Would it pass a fair test? How might you test fabrics?

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2007-11-12 13:10:00
Habitats: From large woodland areas to tiny seashore rock pools, from a plant growing on the top of a wall to water voles burrowing in river banks, habitats are just about everywhere.

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2007-11-12 13:00:00
Helping Plants Grow Well: This programme presents time lapse shots showing growth from seed to plant, and how plants live in different conditions.

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2007-11-05 13:10:00
Moving and Growing: Why do we need a skeleton? How do our muscles make our bones move? And what if your skeleton gets too small for you?

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2007-11-05 13:00:00
Teeth and Eating: Lots of different teeth in lots of different mouths. Growing teeth, different teeth for different foods, why we need to eat and what we need to take care of our teeth.

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2007-10-26 16:30:00
Changing State: What properties might you need to think about taking machinery to the Antarctic. And which is colder- a glass with five ice cubes, or a glass with one ice cube?

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2007-10-26 15:30:00
Changing State: What properties might you need to think about taking machinery to the Antarctic. And which is colder- a glass with five ice cubes, or a glass with one ice cube?

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2007-10-21 01:05:00
Micro Organisms: Bacteria - their size and helpfulness but how clean are your hands? Your skin as a habitat; and what's really there when you have a sore throat.

> Schools: Science Clips on BBC Two at 2007-10-21 00:05:00
Micro Organisms: Bacteria - their size and helpfulness but how clean are your hands? Your skin as a habitat; and what's really there when you have a sore throat.

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