Terrible Time. The Horrible Science Collection Magazine No. 43

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Terrible Time. The Horrible Science Collection Magazine No. 43

Terrible Time. The Horrible Science Collection Magazine No. 43

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Red blood – what is it and why do we need it? How does it transport important things around the body? Bob the robot needs his first aid badge so he can go to the robot jamboree – the only trouble is he is hates blood. Mark is stopped just in time by expert Charles Drew as he is about to give someone a blood transfusion from a dog! The Horrible History books were really rather good – they combined surprisingly good academic knowledge of the period with the clever insight that there are some bits that the kids really want to read. Guide, British Comedy. "Horrible Science Series 1, Episode 3 - Chemical Chaos". British Comedy Guide.

Guide, British Comedy. "Horrible Science Series 1, Episode 2 - Abominable Blood". British Comedy Guide. Guide, British Comedy. "Horrible Science Series 1, Episode 1 - Deadly Diseases". British Comedy Guide. There are a couple books in the Horrible Science series that have a special sign on the front cover that indicate their inclusion in the "Special" sub-series of Horrible Science: The series focuses on a science show and its crew that consist of the show's host Mark (Martin), a talking brain Professor McTaggart (Miller) (who hosts the segment called The Brain Dump), robot Bob (Bell), microscopic Professor Small (Lawrence) and her crew of scientists and the show's producer Lucy (Butler). Armstrong provides the voice of the unseen announcer Tannoy who tells the crew how long until the show starts. Each episode also features a famous scientist being interviewed by either Mark or McTaggart. In a similar vein to the TV adaptation of Horrible Histories, each episode also concludes with a song that serves as a parody of another popular song. Episodes Series 1This episode features explosions, atoms and fiendish forces that bubble, go bang and bump! What makes things explode? Lucy has made a mistake in the script and now everyone thinks the show is about elephants. It is a disaster – especially as their guest is the legendary scientist Marie Curie! There is also a magazine collection to this series, which is collectively known as the Horrible Science Collection. They are as follows:

Following suit with the other main Horrible series', Horrible Science has recently introduced a new range of books, known as Handbooks. All magazines sent by 1st Class Mail UK & by Airmail worldwide (bar UK over 750g and children's magazines with large free gifts which may go 2nd Class). This episode examines poo, pizza and disgusting germs! Why do we poo and how does digestion work? Who was Louis Pasteur and what is his legacy? Mark arrives at the studio with terrible stomach pains and asks the Shrinking Scientists to find out what is wrong with him. In their toughest mission yet, Dr Sensible, Professor Small and Junior get ready to fly up Mark's nose to investigate. Guest Star: Marcus Garvey as Louis Pasteur Song of the Week: Poohemian Rhapsody

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This episode examines what happens to our bodies in space. Can we live on other planets? Who invented the telescope, and how can we make one at home? Guest Star: Marcus Garvey as Galileo Galilei Song of the Week: I'm Mr. Average You’ve probably read the books, or read them to your children, and you may well have seen the excellent show on CBBC. Well, now Horrible Histories has made the leap to the magazine format, meaning that you can get a six weekly dose of the gruesome bits of history. Red blood – what is it and why do we need it? How does it transport important things around the body? Bob the robot needs his first aid badge so he can go to the robot jamboree – the only trouble is he is hates blood. Mark is stopped just in time by expert Charles Drew as he is about to give someone a blood transfusion from a dog! Guest Star: Jason Forbes as Charles R. Drew Song of the Week:



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