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Science Video tapes offered

Discussion in 'Science' started by edmdas1, Feb 7, 2011.

  1. We have a collection of science video tapes we are going to throw away. There are around 110 tapes covering all three sciences KS3, 4 and 5 with a catalogue list for each tape.
    Programmes are mainly from 1990's and 00's with all the unusual shows like Scientific Eye, Science in Action as well BBC science documentaries.
    Based in Lambeth south London, but travelling along the M4 Corridor to Bristol on 18th February so happy to deliver for small petrol fee.
    If anyone wants them let us know - seems a waste otherwise.
    David Smith

     
  2. We have a collection of science video tapes we are going to throw away. There are around 110 tapes covering all three sciences KS3, 4 and 5 with a catalogue list for each tape.
    Programmes are mainly from 1990's and 00's with all the unusual shows like Scientific Eye, Science in Action as well BBC science documentaries.
    Based in Lambeth south London, but travelling along the M4 Corridor to Bristol on 18th February so happy to deliver for small petrol fee.
    If anyone wants them let us know - seems a waste otherwise.
    David Smith

     
  3. Orion

    Orion New commenter

    Have you ever thought of getting a video converter and putting them into WMV format.
    We did loads of ours to keep hold of them and use on network.
    If not why not just keep them is there really a need to chuck them away!
     
  4. rje102

    rje102 New commenter

    Any going spare would be massively appreciated...Thanks!
    KS3 and KS4! Our current selection are even older!

    Please send an emailand I hope we can sort something out!

    Thanks!
     
  5. Long shot.... if you still got them, i'm willing to archive and post them to YouTube to benifit the wider Science community.
     

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