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> What the Stuarts Did for Us on BBC Two at 2006-03-21 11:30:00
Newe Worldes: Adam Hart-Davis journeys to the Newe Worldes that Stuart scientists were able to explore for the first time, with the invention of the microscope and diving bell.
> What the Stuarts Did for Us on BBC Two at 2006-03-15 13:00:00
The Organysed Isle: Adam Hart-Davis finds out how, under the Stuarts, life became organised. There was the first public transport, the first street-lighting and the first fire brigade.
> What the Stuarts Did for Us on BBC Two at 2006-03-01 13:00:00
Adam Hart-Davis tells the story of how Britain became one of the leading scientific nations in the world. It was all thanks to Francis Bacon, who introduced the scientific experiment.
> What the Stuarts Did for Us on BBC Two at 2006-02-24 11:00:00
Desygner Livinge: Adam Hart-Davis uncovers a piece of timber-work that inspired Christopher Wren; discovers how to make a dye from shale and stale urine; and takes a trip to a Stuart gym.