Posted on · Episode: 1063 The democratization of ice cream. Today, we democratize ice cream.
Posted on · Episode: 2974 Hilda Hewlett: Great Britain’s first woman licensed to fly. Today, Hilda Hewlett takes flight.
Posted on · Episode: 2964 Lettice Curtis: just one of many heroes of Britain’s Air Transport Auxiliary. Today, meet Lettice Curtis.
Posted on · Episode: 2958 The Tour de France and WW-I: bicycles, aeroplanes, and Octave Lapize. Today, bicycles, airplanes, and war,
Posted on · Episode: 2896 In which Nadezhda Popova beats off the Wehrmacht in a crop-duster. Today, Nadia Popova.
Posted on · Episode: 2681 Mary and Richard Proctor: Two generations of astronomy science and popularization. Today, Mary Proctor and the stars.
Posted on · Episode: 2632 Edith Cavell — a mountain, a nurse, a smuggler, a heroine. Today, Edith Cavell.
Posted on · Episode: 2625 Strange inhabitants of Amy Darlington Sharpless’s Natural Philosophy book. Today, Amy’s Book.
Posted on · Episode: 2592 The Steep Ascent: Anne Morrow Lindbergh fascinatingly fuses fact and fiction. Today, fact and fiction meet.
Posted on · Episode: 2590 In which Orville Wright tries to predict the future of the aeroplane. Today, Orville Wrignt and flight.
Posted on · Episode: 2532 Fanny Kemble, technology, and London’s circle of radical intellectual women. Today, another kind of radical.
Posted on · Episode: 2504 The most decorated woman in France: Marie Marvingt. Today, a remarkable woman.
Posted on · Episode: 2249 Mrs. Coade’s remarkable stones. Today, architectural historian Margaret Culbertson tells about a woman who made artificial stone.
Posted on · Episode: 2865 Computer Divide: The Future of Microprocessors. Today, two roads.
Posted on · Episode: 3284 A place for scary spiders in STEM education. Today, Spiders and STEM education.