- 1 The World of Buckminster Fuller
Horizon follows the work of R. Buckminster Fuller and his research of the geodesic dome.
Air Date: 1964-02-05
- 2 Pesticides and Posterity
Dr. Frank Darling and Dr. Eric Edson discuss different environmental priorities.
Air Date: 1964-05-30
- 3 A Candle to Nature
A reconstruction of a Michael Faraday lecture last given in December 1860.
Air Date: 1964-06-27
- 4 Strangeness Minus Three
Horizon explores the findings of physicists at Brookhaven, Long Island, New York. Who, after two years and thousands of photographs, have identified a predicted new particle which has a unique characteristic: 'strangeness minus three'.
Air Date: 1964-07-25
- 5 The Air of Science
Horizon looks at the work of the National Institute for Medical Research.
Air Date: 1964-08-22
- 6 The Knowledge Explosion
Prof. Arthur C. Clarke, Derek Price and Nigel Balchin discuss the past and future of science.
Air Date: 1964-09-21
- 7 The Amateur Scientist
The work of amateur scientists.
Air Date: 1964-10-19
- 8 Tots and Quods and Woodgeries
Horizon investigates the 'Tots and Quots' and the 'Woodgeries' two groups set up by scientists before the second world war to discuss the future of science and how it effects society.
Air Date: 1964-11-16
- 9 Professor J.B.S. Haldane, Obituary
This program is about Professor Haldane seated in an armchair talking about his work and other scientists.
Air Date: 1964-12-01
- 10 Science, Toys and Magic
Dr. John Napier introduces a program on the value of scientific toys and tricks performed by a magician which can also be performed using different forms of scientific theory.
Air Date: 1964-12-14