A small at the rear of the scenes film for the Christmas Lectures 2012 held at the Royal Institute (www.rigb.org.united kingdom).
This year’s a few element sequence is identified as The Modern-day Alchemist and is based all around the aspects. It is offered by chemist Peter Wothers of the College of Cambridge.
The Christmas Lectures commenced as science activities for small children by Michael Faraday in 1825 and have now become a favorite British Christmas custom. Because 1825, Lectures have been provided by numerous distinguished researchers which include Nobel Prize winners William and Lawrence Bragg, Sir David Attenborough, Carl Sagan, Lord George Porter and Dame Nancy Rothwell.
The lectures will be broadcast at 8pm on 26th, 27th and 28th December 2012 on BBC Four.
This was filmed with a Panasonic AF101, Panasonic Lumix 12-35mm lens and Rode NTG-two shotgun mic. Edited on PPCS4 and exported at 720p, H.264. Likes: Viewed: 26 resource
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