BBC The Genius of Invention: Power (Electricity) Episode: 1 (LQ)

Presented by: Dr Cassie Newland, Professor Mark Miodownik & Michael Mosley. I wasn’t able to record the HD stream. Hopefully someone will upload a better quality…

I did download the other episodes in this series, but the video quality was so bad they were unwatchable.

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