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|Genre/Form:||Documentary television programs
Science television programs
Educational television programs
|Named Person:||David Bodanis; Albert Einstein; David Bodanis; Albert Einstein|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Gary Johnstone; John Lithgow; Scott Pearson; David Bodanis; Darlow Smithson Productions.; Channel Four (Great Britain); ARTE France.; Tetra Media (Firm); Norddeutscher Rundfunk.; WGBH (Television station : Boston, Mass.); WGBH Video (Firm)
|Notes:||Einstein's big idea: running time, 110 min.
Exploring space, the quest for life: running time, 114 min.
Einstein's big idea based on book, E=mc² : a biography of the world's most famous equation, by David Bodanis.
|Credits:||Einstein's big idea: a NOVA production by Darlow Smithson Productions for WGBH/Boston and Channel 4, and Arte/France, Tetra Media and Norddeutscher Rundfunk ; written, directed and produced by Gary Johnstone.
Exploring space, the quest for life: a co-production of KCTS Television and NHK/Japan ; writer, Scott Pearson.
|Performer(s):||Einstein's big idea narrated by John Lithhgow.|
|Event notes:||Einstein's big idea originally aired on PBS as a segment of the television program Nova.|
|Target Audience:||MPAA rating: Not rated.|
|Description:||1 videodisc : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Series Title:||Discover magazine ultimate DVD library|
|Other Titles:||Exploring space, the quest for life.
Discover (Chicago, Ill.)
Nova (Television program)
"Exploring space, the quest for life" looks at scientific discoveries on Earth and how they bring us closer to answering some of life's cosmic questions, like "how did life begin?" and "is there life outside of Earth?"
- Bodanis, David -- Film adaptations.
- Einstein, Albert, -- 1879-1955.
- Force and energy -- History.
- Mass (Physics) -- History.
- Mathematical physics -- History.
- Physicists -- Biography.
- Life on other planets.
- Space biology.
- Bodanis, David.
- Force and energy.
- Mass (Physics)
- Mathematical physics.