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6 Brilliant Richard Feynman Videos

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I had absolutely no idea that this archive existed on the BBC website and so it was a joy to discover that it did. I have never come across anyone else who has been able to explain scientific principles in a way that makes them so easy to understand as Richard Feynman could. It is rare to find a mind so capable of grasping the most complex aspects of science and yet is also able to reduce them to a form that we mere mortals can understand.

BBC – Richard Feynman: Fun to Imagine | Using physics to explain how the world works

This collection is from a series of 10-12 minute programs first broadcast in 1983 on BBC2. At the bottom of the page you will also find external links to other Feynman related material.

I am not sure what international restrictions the BBC have in place for these clips. So, apologies if you are unable to view them. However, you can find these programs, plus a few extra episodes and other Feynman clips, on ChristoperJSykes Channel on YouTube.

Thanks to for posting a link to one of these videos and leading me to the collection.

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  1. Sarinne Fox

    Richard Feynman is an inspiration to me, both professionally and personally. What a beautiful mind and exuberant life. May we all know “the pleasure of finding things out”!

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