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Short Circuit

> Short Circuit on BBC Two at 2009-05-29 05:00:00
Chemistry, Biology and Physics - Programmes 4-6: Bringing science to life using real-life examples and practical experiments. A look at energy, the eye, and electromagnetism.

> Short Circuit on BBC Two at 2009-05-29 04:00:00
Chemistry, Biology and Physics - Programmes 4-6: Bringing science to life using real-life examples and practical experiments. A look at energy, the eye, and electromagnetism.

> Short Circuit on BBC Two at 2009-05-29 04:00:00
Chemistry, Biology and Physics - Programmes 1-3: Bringing science to life. A look at the chemical element aluminium, the compound ammonia, and redox reactions. Contains graphic medical scenes.

> Short Circuit on BBC Two at 2009-05-29 03:00:00
Chemistry, Biology and Physics - Programmes 1-3: Bringing science to life. A look at the chemical element aluminium, the compound ammonia, and redox reactions. Contains graphic medical scenes.

> Short Circuit on BBC Two at 2009-05-28 05:35:00
Electromagnetic Waves: Bringing science to life. How global communications systems are based on the properties of electromagnetic waves: reflection, refraction and diffraction.

> Short Circuit on BBC Two at 2009-05-28 05:15:00
Earthquakes and Seismic Waves: Bringing science to life. Can science make it safer to live in San Francisco? Understanding seismic waves may help the city prepare for an earthquake.

> Short Circuit on BBC Two at 2009-05-28 05:00:00
Shock Tactics: Bringing science to life. The uses of electricity, from the beauty business to the electric chair, featuring Edison and Tesla's battle over alternating current.

> Short Circuit on BBC Two at 2009-05-28 04:40:00
Space: Bringing chemistry, physics and biology to life. A journey from Earth to the edge of the cosmos, revealing how stars like our own sun and the wider universe were formed.

> Short Circuit on BBC Two at 2009-05-28 04:35:00
Electromagnetic Waves: Bringing science to life. How global communications systems are based on the properties of electromagnetic waves: reflection, refraction and diffraction.

> Short Circuit on BBC Two at 2009-05-28 04:20:00
Radioactivity: Bringing chemistry, physics and biology to life. Exploring the nature of radioactivity, including how radiation is used to diagnose bone fractures in sports injuries.

> Short Circuit on BBC Two at 2009-05-28 04:15:00
Earthquakes and Seismic Waves: Bringing science to life. Can science make it safer to live in San Francisco? Understanding seismic waves may help the city prepare for an earthquake.

> Short Circuit on BBC Two at 2009-05-28 04:00:00
Shock Tactics: Bringing science to life. The uses of electricity, from the beauty business to the electric chair, featuring Edison and Tesla's battle over alternating current.

> Short Circuit on BBC Two at 2009-05-28 04:00:00
Pressure: Bringing science to life. A reconstruction of a diving incident in which a woman was almost killed by pressure, demonstrating how pressure can be both dangerous and benign.

> Short Circuit on BBC Two at 2009-05-28 03:40:00
Space: Bringing chemistry, physics and biology to life. A journey from Earth to the edge of the cosmos, revealing how stars like our own sun and the wider universe were formed.

> Short Circuit on BBC Two at 2009-05-28 03:20:00
Radioactivity: Bringing chemistry, physics and biology to life. Exploring the nature of radioactivity, including how radiation is used to diagnose bone fractures in sports injuries.

> Short Circuit on BBC Two at 2009-05-28 03:00:00
Pressure: Bringing science to life. A reconstruction of a diving incident in which a woman was almost killed by pressure, demonstrating how pressure can be both dangerous and benign.

> Short Circuit on BBC Two at 2009-05-27 05:35:00
Polymers: Bringing chemistry, physics and biology to life. Polymers are easily made and moulded to any purpose. Can the consequences be avoided as waste piles up in landfill sites?

> Short Circuit on BBC Two at 2009-05-27 05:15:00
Changes in the Atmosphere: Bringing chemistry, physics and biology to life. Meteorologist Suzanne Charlton explains the greenhouse effect and its possible consequences.

> Short Circuit on BBC Two at 2009-05-27 05:00:00
Investigation - Compounds: Bringing chemistry, physics and biology to life. Students learn about the chemistry within everyone and the atomic interactions that make it possible.

> Short Circuit on BBC Two at 2009-05-27 04:40:00
Periodic Table: Bringing chemistry, physics and biology to life using real-life examples, 3D graphics and practical experiments. A look at the Periodic Table, the chart of chemical elements.

> Short Circuit on BBC Two at 2009-05-27 04:35:00
Polymers: Bringing chemistry, physics and biology to life. Polymers are easily made and moulded to any purpose. Can the consequences be avoided as waste piles up in landfill sites?

> Short Circuit on BBC Two at 2009-05-27 04:20:00
Message in a Bottle: Bringing science to life. Alcohol is readily available, socially acceptable and kills one person every 20 minutes. Should advertising alcohol be banned?

> Short Circuit on BBC Two at 2009-05-27 04:15:00
Changes in the Atmosphere: Bringing chemistry, physics and biology to life. Meteorologist Suzanne Charlton explains the greenhouse effect and its possible consequences.

> Short Circuit on BBC Two at 2009-05-27 04:00:00
Investigation - Compounds: Bringing chemistry, physics and biology to life. Students learn about the chemistry within everyone and the atomic interactions that make it possible.

> Short Circuit on BBC Two at 2009-05-27 04:00:00
Fatal Addiction: Bringing science to life. Why it is so hard to give up smoking, and should tobacco advertising be banned? The effects of smoking on the body are examined.

> Short Circuit on BBC Two at 2009-05-27 03:40:00
Periodic Table: Bringing chemistry, physics and biology to life using real-life examples, 3D graphics and practical experiments. A look at the Periodic Table, the chart of chemical elements.

> Short Circuit on BBC Two at 2009-05-27 03:20:00
Message in a Bottle: Bringing science to life. Alcohol is readily available, socially acceptable and kills one person every 20 minutes. Should advertising alcohol be banned?

> Short Circuit on BBC Two at 2009-05-27 03:00:00
Fatal Addiction: Bringing science to life. Why it is so hard to give up smoking, and should tobacco advertising be banned? The effects of smoking on the body are examined.

> Short Circuit on BBC Two at 2009-05-26 05:00:00
Biology - Programmes 4-6: Award-winning series encouraging discussion about major scientific issues, providing real-life examples to explain key issues for biology students.

> Short Circuit on BBC Two at 2009-05-26 04:00:00
Biology - Programmes 4-6: Award-winning series encouraging discussion about major scientific issues, providing real-life examples to explain key issues for biology students.

> Short Circuit on BBC Two at 2009-05-26 04:00:00
Biology - Programmes 1-3: Science series encouraging discussion about major issues, providing real-life examples to explain key issues for biology students. Contains graphic medical scenes.

> Short Circuit on BBC Two at 2009-05-26 03:00:00
Biology - Programmes 1-3: Science series encouraging discussion about major issues, providing real-life examples to explain key issues for biology students. Contains graphic medical scenes.

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