SOLD OUT! Scanning the Horizon: our changing environment

8 June 2016, 7.00 PM - 8 June 2016, 8.30 PM

Watershed, Bristol

Over the last 52 years, BBC’s Horizon programme has been documenting the cutting-edge of science, technology and how it effects our lives. From Frank Oppenheimer to Carl Sagan and DNA to dinosaurs it has brought us stories from the frontline and continues to innovate.

Tonight you’ll get unique access to clips from the Horizon vaults to watch how science and scientific thinking has evolved over the last five decades in relation to climate change and the natural environment. Horizon Editor, Steve Crabtree, will curate our journey through the archives, pulling out key moments that came to shape our understanding of our changing planet.

Join Steve for a lively evening of discussion with University of Bristol’s Professor Jonathan Bamber set against moving footage exploring how the notion of climate change was first communicated and how ideas around environmentalism and sustainability unfolded on camera.


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Doors 6.45pm / show starts 7.00pm
FREE ENTRY (ticket required)

In partnership with BBC Horizon, Festival of Nature, British Science Association with support from University of Bristol Cabot Institute

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