Scope's resident scientist, Julia, teaches us about the periscope, how it works and how to make one from readily available materials. To build this stealth observation device, you'll need two milk cartons, two small mirrors, a marker, a rule, sticky tape and scissors.
How do bees make honey?
From aircraft building to space school and why hi-vis clothing glows: all this and more on this episode, where the ordinary becomes extraordinary.
From stargazing tech for the visually impaired and kite flying physics to soccer science. All this and more on this episode, where the ordinary becomes extraordinary.
Our bodies may always be getting older - but your brain doesn't have to act its age! Learn how you might be ageing your brain and how to slow down the clock.
The second episode of David Attenborough's critically acclaimed Life In The Undergrowth. This program, highlighted by stunning aerobatics by hoverflies in a Bristol garden and the mass migrations of purple crow butterflies in Taiwan, is the story of the winged insects - the first creatures to take to the air.
Air-conditioning, refrigeration, and superconductivity are just some of the ways technology has put cold to use. But what is cold, how do you achieve it and how cold can it get? Absolute Zero explores these and other facets of the frigid in two one-hour programs.