Marcus L. Rowland (ffutures) wrote,
Marcus L. Rowland
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Live Action Toon

Bored? British? At home during the day?

Educational TV occasionally has interesting surprises. One programme to look out for is Channel 4's Scientific Eye, which occasionally gets very strange. Such as their program on food chains, first aired a couple of years ago and probably still being shown a couple of times a year, which illustrates its lesson by discussing foxes, rabbits, and predation - with people dressed up as foxes running around and hitting people dressed as rabbits with large clubs!

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