今集,Dr. Michael Mosley悉心安排一場中學同學聚會,去測試當人懷緬過去時,對自己身體的影響、並探索人類記憶的可靠程度。節目並會請來神經科學和心理學專家,一起來解構各參與者的反應。實驗帶出各種關於人類記憶的有趣發現。


    雙語廣播:粵語/英語 (電視版)

    監製 :王永森
    播放頻道: 港台電視 31、31A
    播出時間: (首播)  2018年2月9日 星期五 晚上9時30分
    (重溫) 2018年2月10日 星期六 凌晨12時30分
    2018年2月12日 星期一 上午11時

    In this episode, Dr Michael Mosley immerses his guests in youthful memories of their past to test if it can actually improve their health and explores how reliable our memories actually are. We meet some of the former pupils of St Bede's school at what they think is a school reunion being filmed at the country house. How does Lorraine, the popular girl react when she's taken on a trip down memory lane? And does class tease Paul have the same memories as his school mates? Dr Michael Mosley takes them on this nostalgia trip with the help of neuroscientist, Dr. Jack Lewis and evolutionary anthropologist Anna Machin.

    Bilingual: Cantonese/ English (TV Version)

    Executive Producer : Sammy Wong

    Channel: RTHK 31、31A
    Time: (First run)  2018.2.9 Fri 9:30pm
    (Re-run) 2018.2.10 Sat 12:30am
    2018.2.12 Mon 11:00am


    • 解構大氣候(上)




      Disastrous hurricanes. Widespread droughts and wildfires. Pervasive heat. And extreme rainfall. Many scientists therefore agree these are the results of the weather machine itself – our climate – changing. However, some are still skeptical of this theory. In this episode, scientists will prove that our weather is indeed becoming hotter, more erratic, and that human activity is causing it. 

      TV Version: Bilingual Broadcast (Cantonese/English)

    • 未來學校:世界的改革




      At a time of digital revolution we need to rethink school: discover an overview of the most innovative educational experiences across the world, and the rationales behind them. From Singapore to Finland, from France to the United States, what are their most successful education systems? Teachers, students and educators will also share their thoughts, their doubts, and their hopes about education.

      TV Version: Bilingual Broadcast (Cantonese/English)

    • 未來學校:腦力提升




      With the emergence of technologies that can explore the human brain in vivo, researchers are trying to revolutionise education through brain science. They are discovering why some children cannot focus in class sometimes, and how to improve their attention span with simple exercises. Research results also reveal why being curious, making mistakes and getting enough sleep are so important to learning. Now, some scientists are developing learning applications based on their findings – can these tools really help students read better?

      TV Version: Bilingual Broadcast (Cantonese/English)

    • 解毒大地




      Nuclear accidents severely damage the environment and soil for decades at least. Previously fertile soil and land that once provided a habitat for fauna and flora then become a source of poison.
      But it is not just radioactivity that causes irreparable damage to our lands, intensive farming also causes this slow but sure poisoning. Use of pesticides and toxic fertilisers, the cultivation of plants and crops that are inappropriate for the soil type and, ultimately, damage to the environment and biodiversity are evident in every field!

      TV Version: Bilingual Broadcast (Cantonese/English)

    • 救救森林



      In regions that are prone to wildfires, such as the areas around the Mediterranean Basin, the fight to save species is underway. After the ravages of the flames, programmes aimed at reforestation and reintroduction of animal species are being conducted by biologists, agronomists and environmental specialists. How are they reforesting entire woods and also making them more fireproof? To protect biodiversity, scientists are assessing wildfires’ impact on local animals. Some insects take advantage of the disasters and spread in burnt forests. Some other creatures lose their habitats after the fires, like the endangered Iberian lynx. Can scientists save them from a bigger crisis?

      TV Version: Bilingual Broadcast (Cantonese/English)

    • 水源修復



      Water is at the heart of life itself and of biodiversity.  If it is polluted or there is a shortage of water, then many ecosystems will come under threat. The environmental disaster in Brazil in November 2015, caused by the failure of a mining dam, devastated not only the species along the rivers, but might also pose a threat to the sea turtles that laid eggs on the beaches nearby. Associations and volunteers have been attempting to repair the immense damage done to the environment. In Africa, it is beset with water shortage. Therefore, many countries are now committed to an impossible mission: building a forest on the edge of the desert to help combat droughts. Can the scientists fix the water and rescue its ecosystems?

      TV Version: Bilingual Broadcast (Cantonese/English)

    • 第一個美洲人




      One unlucky day 13,000 years ago, a malnourished teenager missed her footing and tumbled to the bottom of a 100-foot pit deep inside a cave in Mexico’s Yucatán. Rising seas flooded the cave and cut it off from the outside world—until a team of divers chanced upon her nearly complete skeleton in 2007. Intricate detective work reveals that the young woman’s bones are among the earliest known human remains in the Americas. What drove her to venture nearly a mile underground inside a vast cave? Where did her people come from, and why would she look so distinct from today’s Native Americans? From a stunning Mexico cave to the genetics lab, new clues are being discovered, rewriting the story of the forgotten first people who ventured into the Americas.

      TV Version: Bilingual Broadcast (Cantonese/English)

    • 蟲蟲大搜查




      Welcome to the biome inside your home: a world of insects and spiders as rich, as surprising, and as beautiful as any other ecosystem. Every corner is a potential lair, every carpet a dense forest, and the wide spaces of your kitchen, an open savannah where food is abundant. Many creatures will be safe and sound in your home. But if you decide to set them free outside, you may in fact be dooming them to death in a world they have never known. Entomologists will investigate what they really are, how they have adapted to live with us, and how our lives intersect.

      TV Version: Bilingual Broadcast (Cantonese/English)

    • 隱形殺手之超級細菌



      Hundreds of thousands of people die annually, due to multi-resistant germs - bacteria, which are no longer challenged by the use of many antibiotics. Experts and politicians from all corners of the world warn of the looming catastrophe: multi-resistant pathogens are currently the most major risk faced by modern medicine. Millions of people will die without effective antibiotics, of illnesses that have long been considered eradicated. This documentary shows however, that of all people, it is the manufacturers of vital medication that contribute to the development and global propagation of extremely resistant germs and that not even their own resources have any effect on them.

      TV Version: Bilingual Broadcast (Cantonese/German)

    • 幽靈血管




      99% of human blood vessels are said to be capillaries. With age, these tiny tubules break, becoming hollow "ghost" vessels that cause wrinkles in the skin. Scientists are now finding they are also tied to a higher risk of age-related ailments, including osteoporosis and Alzheimer's disease. Using advanced biological imaging techniques, this program delves into the mechanism behind broken capillaries. It also examines how to slow down or even repair the damage to help people live longer, healthier lives.

      TV Version: Bilingual Broadcast (Cantonese/English)