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NOVA, Vol. 2TV-MAClosed Captioning

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As entertaining as it is informative, NOVA explores headline-grabbing innovations and discoveries from our past, present, and future, demystifying the science and technology along the way, while highlighting the human side of the people "who make science happen." As the most-watched documentary series on PBS, NOVA programs have defined science television for the world, helping us to understand the way things work, while also exploring the social implications of these scientific findings. Ranging in topics covering everything from galaxies to atoms, the series opens viewers' imaginations to cutting-edge technology that is constantly pushing the limits of the real and possible.

Customer Reviews

Nice selection that is available elswhere free of charge

Most, if not all, of these episodes are available free of charge on the PBS website. What is the advantage of purchasing them here?

A really great show

This show is fantastic and I wish people would actually review the SHOW and not the price that PBS requires itunes to charge. If you have an issue with the price then take it up with the studio. This show is both informative and interesting- if you like shows like the universe you will love this one!

Fascinating, Educational, and Entertaining

This series makes accessible aspects of science and culture that are not often in the public domain. I was particularly impressed with the historical narrative of "Absolute Zero", which brought to life a subject I hadn't really considered before. I also can't help but enjoy the Car Talk guy's take on the state of the automobile industry in America. NOVA is right on target. It succeeds in its effort to expand its audience's minds in an informative, entertaining way, providing enough "meat" to satisfy, but with enough "dessert" to keep even scientifically challenged people like me involved and wanting more.