In honor of National Lab Day in May this episode focuses on the scientist in every kid.
In honor of National Lab Day in May this episode focuses on the scientist in every kid. Alexander Geehr starts the show with a bang, courtesy of his gas-powered cannon, followed by producer Larkin Page-Jacobs’ exploration of a world of science, science toys, and science fairs, all just for kids. Finally, James Voelkel takes a walk down memory lane and into his childhood love of model rockets. Chemical Agent: Bangsite.
00:00 Opening Credits
00:54 Chemical Agent: Bangsite
02:32 Feature: Kids Doing Science
06:51 Boy Rocketeer
12:15 Closing Credits
This show was written by Mia Lobel and James Voelkel.
Our theme music is composed by Dave Kaufman. Additional music includes “Shall We Play a Game?” by Chad Nantais; “Living in the Past (Live)” by Jethro Tull; “Outa-Space” by Billy Preston; and “Space Oddity,” by David Bowie.
Image courtesy of Flickr user theeponymousone.
Watch Alexander Geehr demonstrating his Bangsite cannon for the Distillations team.