Look Around You
Look Around You is a schools TV series from the 1970s, covering science.
- scientific experiments, especially those which may be troublesome to carry out in the classroom, designed so that pupils could copy down the results from the screen
- the series' educational consultant was E.W. Whitmarsh and an episode covering Music featured celebrity scientist Jack Morgan (BSc.)
- despite extensive research I have been unable to identify the original broadcast details of this series in the 1970s, however selected episodes were repeated in the evenings on BBC2 from October to December 2002, and in the US on Cartoon Network in January and February 2009
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Some random programmes from the 1970s
|You and the World|
|BBC Schools TV|
|Movement, Mime and Music Stage One|
|BBC Schools Radio|