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For Schools and Colleges

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9.35 Exploring Your World: 16: Make a Sound
Introduced by Harry Armstrong.
(Repeated on Friday)

10.0 Discovering Science: The Water Surface
Introduced by Gerd Sommerhoff.
(Previously shown in 1965)
(Repeated on Wednesday)

10.23-10.43 Living in the Present: The Persuaders
(Previously shown on Monday)

11.5 Going to Work: Heavy Construction
(Previously shown on Monday)

11.30-11.55 Science and Society: The Road that Forks
It is tempting to blame scientists for the results of their discoveries. But who used the atom bomb, the physicists or the politicians?
Written and introduced by Erskine Childers.
(Repeated on Wednesday)

Contributors

Presenter (Exploring Your World): Harry Armstrong
Producer (Exploring Your World): Eurfron Gwynne Jones
Presenter (Discovering Science): Gerd Sommerhoff
Producer (Discovering Science): Geoffrey Hall
Writer/presenter (Science and Society): Erskine Childers
Producer (Science and Society): Michael Totton

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For Schools and Colleges

BBC One London, 1 March 1966 9.35






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