Ray Poon visits the place where his great-grandfather worked as an indentured labourer in Queensland, and discusses the living and contractual conditions experienced by the Chinese migrants.
Alan Davies and Marcus du Sautoy visit the UK's National Physical Laboratory, where Mark Oxborrow takes them through an experiment that demonstrates how prime numbers exist in nature, and the Riemann hypothesis.
Alan Davies and Marcus du Sautoy visit a length bar interferometry unit and use a laser tracker to measure Alan's length of string.
Sam Willis sees how silk cocoons are processed into fabric in a modern Chinese factory, and discusses the textile's importance in trade.
Dr Mark Cross consults with 20yearold woman who is hearing voices.
Rachel Perkins and Robyn Kershaw discuss the origins of the Bran Nue Dae film and the significance of Jimmy Chi's original stage musical.
Clinical teaching, where teachers outline learning goals and success criteria, is outlined.
Neil Oliver visits the Jelling Monument, established by King Harald Bluetooth to mark Denmark's conversion to Christianity.
In an experiment, the host's senses are manipulated to make his brain think he is having an out-of-body experience.
Stephen Fry introduces the very basic principles of story telling: the idea that there are only ever seven plots in story telling.
Neil Oliver studies the Helgo Treasure in Stockholm as evidence of the extent of the Vikings' travels, including a bishop's staff from Ireland, a ladle from Africa and a Buddha statue from India.
Stephen Page discusses the Bangarra Dance Theatre's involvement in the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games opening ceremony.
The mystery beyond the door is a very familiar motif to modern audiences. What is the meaning of the forbidden room?
Fossil clues and fossil fuel formed from a lost ancient sea give us some tantalising clues on how modern Eurasia was formed.
A quick look at where it all started - the early videos that went viral, before there was even such a thing as viral.
A beautifully designed cross media work that explores why fairy stories continue to enchant, entertain and horrify contemporary adult audiences. Is it the dark side of fairy tales that makes them so valuable psychologically?
Brian Cox examines the Voyager Golden Records, two of which were sent into space in 1977 to convey sounds and images of Earth to communicate with alien life.
Fairy stories aren't relics of the past. They are constantly being re interpreted in new ways by visual artists and writers.
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