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Royal Institution Christmas Lectures

2010

Episode 3: Why Mountains Are So Small

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC Four

Mark Miodownik investigates the world of the very big and very tall. He reveals that, at this scale, everything is governed by a battle with gravity. Show more

Shock and Awe: The Story of Electricity

Episode 3: Revelations and Revolutions

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC Four

Available for 11 months

Jim Al-Khalili concludes by looking at how, if we could understand the secret of electrical superconductivity, we could once again transform the world. Show more

Duration: 2 hours, 6 minutes

on BBC Four

Epic historical adventure. A young tribesman (Rudy Youngblood) and his people are captured and taken to a Mayan city, where the ruler is intent on sacrificing them to the sun god. Show more

Contributors

Jaguar Paw:
Rudy Youngblood
Turtles Run:
Carlos Emilio Baez
Curl Nose:
Amilcar Ramirez
Smoke Frog:
Israel Contreras
Cocoa Leaf:
Israel Rios
Sky Flower:
Iazua Larios
Director:
Mel Gibson
Writer:
Mel Gibson
Producer:
Mel Gibson
Producer:
Bruce Davey
Director of photography:
Dean Semler
Composer:
James Horner
Distributor:
undefined Monolith

Royal Institution Christmas Lectures

2010

Episode 3: Why Mountains Are So Small

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC Four

Mark Miodownik investigates the world of the very big and very tall. He reveals that, at this scale, everything is governed by a battle with gravity. Show more

Shock and Awe: The Story of Electricity

Episode 3: Revelations and Revolutions

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC Four

Available for 11 months

Jim Al-Khalili concludes by looking at how, if we could understand the secret of electrical superconductivity, we could once again transform the world. Show more

BBC Four

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