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Out of School

Synopsis

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About half of the programmes shown to schools during term time are on science or mathematics. Today Out of School provides two contrasting programmes, both providing in distinctive ways a contribution to the child's awareness of science in the environment.

1.46 Discovering Science: The Water Surface
A series specially designed to help non-specialist teachers by providing the core of a first-year science course in secondary schools.
Water has severe limitations as a cleanser for it is a remarkable fact that there are many things which it cannot effectively wet.
Introduced by Gerd Sommerhoff.
Previously shown in February

2.6 Indoors and Out: Man and the Land: Green Forests
A science series for primary schools.
More than half of Britain was once covered by forests; today the figure is one-twentieth. Of the remaining woodlands that of the New Forest is one of the most important.
Introduced by David Attenborough.
To be shown to Schools in May

(to 14.26)

Contributors

Presenter (Discovering Science): Gerd Sommerhoff
Producer (Discovering Science): Geoffrey Hall
Presenter (Indoors and Out): David Attenborough
Film Cameraman (Indoors and Out): Ernest Neal
Film Cameraman (Indoors and Out): Kenneth Watkins
Film Cameraman (Indoors and Out): Bill Munn
Film Cameraman (Indoors and Out): Eric Deeming
Film Cameraman (Indoors and Out): John Ridley
Film Editor (Indoors and Out): Eddie Wallstab
Producer (Indoors and Out): Eric Simms






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