Royal Institution Christmas Lectures 2014
Professor Danielle George takes three great British inventions – the light bulb, the telephone and the motor – and shows you how to hack, adapt and transform them to do extraordinary things. This is tinkering for the 21st century.
Alice Roberts enters a spider-filled house to find out about these eight-legged creatures.
Strip The City: Machu Picchu
Machu Picchu, the crown jewel of the sprawling Incan empire, is constant threatened by earthquakes, landslides, and torrential rain. Using CGI to strip it, layer by layer, we explore the infrastructure that keeps it from tumbling down the Andes mountains.
D-Day: As It Happens
A 24-hour history event broadcast across TV, web, mobile devices and social media, telling the story of D-Day in a completely new way by following seven people who were actually there, in real time.
Royal Institution Christmas Lectures 2012
When medieval alchemists staged spectacular stunts in front of royalty they never revealed the secrets of their mystical potions and fire-breathing creations. Today’s chemists can perform equally impressive feats, and they’re happy to tell you everything.
London 2012 Olympic Ceremonies
Working with the broadcast director to work out how to deliver these incredible shows to the world.
Channel 4 Online
Foxes provoke either love or hate: urban menace or furry friend? Channel 4’s multi-platform campaign lets the viewers decide.