Tonight on Science Channel: TEDTalks on TV

Posted by: Tedstaff

Starting tonight, you can watch five hour-long blocks of TEDTalks on the Science Channel. Each hour in this five-part series shares some of the best science, tech, economic ideas and inventions from creative minds featured at TED. Within each hour, TED Curator Chris Anderson gives a brief intro, and then the talks play, uncut, in their entirety.

The five-part series premieres tonight, Friday, March 30, at 10pm EDT. Full schedule is here and below:

Episode 1 Friday, March 30 @ 10PM e/p
JJ Abrams … Bonnie Bassler … Robin Ince … Skylar Tibbits …
Episode 2 Premiere: Friday, April 6 @ 10PM e/p
Bill Gates … Tim Harford … Aaron O’Connell … Dan Ariely …
Episode 3 Premiere: Sunday, April 15 @ 11AM e/p
John Hodgman … David Gallo … Heather Knight … VS Ramachandran …
Episode 4 Premiere: Sunday, April 15 @ 12PM e/p
Pamela Meyer … Pranav Mistry … Phil Plait … William Kamkwamba …
Episode 5 Premiere: Sunday, April 15 @ 1PM e/p
Hans Rosling … Jill Bolte Taylor … Eythor Bender … Péter Fankhauser …

Comments (4)

  • Martín Dalurzo commented on Apr 1 2012

    Some minutes ago I was thinking: “It would be great there’s a TED TV channel”.

    An then I found this: surprise!

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  • commented on Mar 31 2012

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  • Danielle Cook commented on Mar 31 2012

    I’m a graduate student in the sciences and I would love to watch this series. However, I do not have a TV. Is there a way to watch this online?