Professor Moffett's Science Workshop (Series) (1972-1974)

Aka: Science Workshop

Professor Maxwell G. Moffett, a British designer and engineer, demonstrated principles of science in this half-hour CBC program aimed at children aged 9-14. Representing the target audience onscreen were a sister and brother, Claire Anne and Stuart Bundy, ages twelve and nine. The series opened with an exploration of the nature and properties of sound, which Moffett demonstrated with ordinary objects, such as empty bottles, tin cans, bells, and such. Subsequent programs covered such subjects as space and the solar system, flight, the alphabet, minerals, heat and cold, plastics, time, the human body, architectural shapes, optics, robots, computers, and light and colour.

Maxwell G. Moffett
Claire Anne
Stuart Bundy

Original Broadcaster(s): CBC

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