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Science Shack

> Science Shack on BBC Two at 2008-08-27 11:10:00
Open Science. 'How can you survive a lightning strike?' Adam Hart-Davis shows how buildings, vehicles and people can be protected against lightning, and why it is dangerous in the first place.

> Science Shack on BBC Two at 2008-08-27 10:10:00
Open Science. 'How can you survive a lightning strike?' Adam Hart-Davis shows how buildings, vehicles and people can be protected against lightning, and why it is dangerous in the first place.

> Science Shack on BBC Two at 2008-02-01 08:30:00
Open Science. Adam Hart-Davis tries out viewers' suggestions for high speed vehicles, powered only by him. What top speed will his bicycle pump water rocket super bike achieve?

> Science Shack on BBC Two at 2008-01-22 15:00:00
Open Science. What do we do when the oil runs out? Adam Hart-Davis maintains his luxurious lifestyle by heating a Jacuzzi, chilling champagne, and cooking a meal - all without power from oil.

> Science Shack on BBC Two at 2007-04-04 19:30:00
Open Science. Why can't I walk on the ceiling, when flies can? Adam Hart-Davis begins the series tackling viewers' science questions by building contraptions to walk upside-down.

> Science Shack on BBC Two at 2007-04-04 18:30:00
Open Science. Why can't I walk on the ceiling, when flies can? Adam Hart-Davis begins the series tackling viewers' science questions by building contraptions to walk upside-down.

> Science Shack on BBC Two at 2007-02-10 19:05:00
Open Science. What's the biggest thing that could fly? Adam Hart-Davis builds bigger and bigger flying machines out of paper - will his final contraption succeed in lifting him!

> Science Shack on BBC Two at 2007-01-26 11:20:00
Open Science. Adam Hart-Davis tries out viewers' suggestions for high speed vehicles, powered only by him. What top speed will his bicycle pump water rocket super bike achieve?

> Science Shack on BBC Two at 2006-11-13 23:20:00
Open Science. What's the biggest thing that could fly? Adam Hart-Davis builds bigger and bigger flying machines out of paper - will his final contraption succeed in lifting him!

> Science Shack on BBC Two at 2006-07-09 02:00:00
Open Science. 'Why did the Millennium Bridge wobble, and how was it fixed?' Adam Hart-Davis investigates, by building his own wobbling bridge on the banks of the Thames.

> Science Shack on BBC Two at 2006-07-02 02:00:00
Open Science. What's the biggest thing that could fly? Adam Hart-Davis builds bigger and bigger flying machines out of paper - will his final contraption succeed in lifting him!

> Science Shack on BBC Two at 2006-07-02 01:00:00
Open Science. What's the biggest thing that could fly? Adam Hart-Davis builds bigger and bigger flying machines out of paper - will his final contraption succeed in lifting him!

> Science Shack on BBC Two at 2006-06-25 02:00:00
Open Science. 'How can you survive a lightning strike?' Adam Hart-Davis shows how buildings, vehicles and people can be protected against lightning, and why it is dangerous in the first place.

> Science Shack on BBC Two at 2006-06-25 01:00:00
Open Science. 'How can you survive a lightning strike?' Adam Hart-Davis shows how buildings, vehicles and people can be protected against lightning, and why it is dangerous in the first place.

> Science Shack on BBC Two at 2006-06-18 02:00:00
Open Science. Adam Hart-Davis tries out viewers' suggestions for high speed vehicles, powered only by him. What top speed will his bicycle pump water rocket super bike achieve?

> Science Shack on BBC Two at 2006-06-18 01:00:00
Open Science. Adam Hart-Davis tries out viewers' suggestions for high speed vehicles, powered only by him. What top speed will his bicycle pump water rocket super bike achieve?

> Science Shack on BBC Two at 2006-06-11 02:00:00
Open Science. What do we do when the oil runs out? Adam Hart-Davis maintains his luxurious lifestyle by heating a Jacuzzi, chilling champagne, and cooking a meal - all without power from oil.

> Science Shack on BBC Two at 2006-06-11 01:00:00
Open Science. What do we do when the oil runs out? Adam Hart-Davis maintains his luxurious lifestyle by heating a Jacuzzi, chilling champagne, and cooking a meal - all without power from oil.

> Science Shack on BBC Two at 2006-06-04 02:00:00
Open Science. Why can't I walk on the ceiling, when flies can? Adam Hart-Davis begins the series tackling viewers' science questions by building contraptions to walk upside-down.

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