'Inventions that changed the world'

Joe Pineapples

Distinguished Member
Dont think anyone has mentioned this series before, so just like to say how much i am enjoying it. I find both the information and presentation excellent.

Btw, next weeks should interest a lot of people on here - its about the 'television'.

Dean
 

alle v

Standard Member
...Sounds good. What channel & time?


I used to love watching the 'Connections' progs with James Burke. So many linked inventions. Although some were a bit tenuous :)
 

@Home

Active Member
Originally posted by Deansimm
presented byJeremy Clarkson, but dont let that put you off :)
he actually does a good job

Why should he put anyone off?

Clarkson is a top bloke :clap: .
 

Pooon

Distinguished Member
Clarkson is a legend!!!. or Sir Clarkson as he is known in my house.
 

seany

Banned
The disposable razor was the first disposable item ever made. By a guy called something like king tut (not that tut) gillete. Course we all know the gillet part. Saw it on what the victorians did for us
 

Garrett

Moderator
Originally posted by keanyboy
The disposable razor was the first disposable item ever made. By a guy called something like king tut (not that tut) gillete. Course we all know the gillet part. Saw it on what the victorians did for us

Yes I saw him on Batman, looks like he had a close she apart from the bit of beard.:laugh:
 

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