Richard Feynman is one of those rare scientists who win you over with more than their titles and awards. His charisma and freshness of thought make it so eye-opening and enjoyable to watch these programs.
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Richard Feynman – The Pleasure Of Finding Things Out, 1981
Fun to imagine — A series of twelve videos using physics to explain how the everyday world works:
1: Jiggling Atoms, 2: Fire, 3: Rubber Bands, 4: Magnets (and ‘Why?’ questions), 5: Bigger is Electricity!, 6: The Mirror, 7: The Train, 8: Seeing Things, 9: Big Numbers and Stuff (I), 10: Big Numbers and Stuff (II), 11: Ways of Thinking (I) and 12: Ways of Thinking (II).
Richard Feynman – Fun to imagine: Magnets, 1983
Richard Feynman – The Last Journey Of A Genius, 1988
Horizon: Richard Feynman – No Ordinary Genius, 1993