BBC Studios to Explore ‘The Edge of Science’ for YouTube Originals
| Tim Dams
8/21/2019 8:18 AM EST
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The BBC’s production division, BBC Studios, has won its first YouTube Originals commission, “The Edge of Science.”
Starring presenter and science enthusiast Rick Edwards and YouTuber Colin Furze, “The Edge of Science” will carry out a range of stunts and experiments to explore if it’s possible to levitate.
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The presenters will meet the scientists behind research into acoustic and quantum levitation and test their theories through various stunts.
The commission is one of more than 30 that BBC Studios has won since it launched as a commercial subsidiary of the BBC in April 2017, able to make shows for rival broadcasters and digital...
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