Surreal item examines numerous different forms of energy.
This item looks at vibrations in various forms and the way they are generated.
A look at how valves work in microphones and radios.
Film reminds us that transistor revolution of the 50's was as big as the microchip revolution of the 80's.
An item showing varying forms of pressure and ways of measuring it.
Crazy scientist demonstrates power of liquid oxygen - the stuff we breathe. Very interesting.
Madame Marie Curie is presented with a gold medal by the Radiological Society in Paris.
Joe Noble uses diagrams and sketches to demonstrate the elements.
Marvels of 50's comprehensive education - boys are operating machines while girls cook and iron.
An item showing microwave and radar development at Malvern, Worcestershire.
Experiments using electricity are seen at the Michael Faraday Exhibition in London.
We look at the work and influences of scientists through the ages.
Good item showing what a woman's chemical make-up consists of.
A series of diagrams and film clips explain the principles of gravity.
Item showing manufacture and use of certain gases.
Fab story predicts what women and one unfortunate man will be wearing in the year 2000.
Quirky item about heat, electrical, light, sound, water and smell waves.