Four Episodes of Mad Science

Mad Science is a messy and fun science show made in the Bahamas featuring a slightly crazy host and students from middle schools in Abaco. Featuring exciting  experiments with step by step instructions, as well as lots of messes and a few explosions, this colourful and Bahamian show will appeal to students, teachers and the kids inside all of us!

Let us know in the comments what you learned!

More Mad Science found here!

Our show is part of the Bahamas Learning Channel which is also home to the hit show Gary the Explorer. Check out the second weather episode here!

Gary the Explorer: Weather Part 2

Here is the second episode of Gary exploring the weather. Lost of educational info about the Hurricanes. After all we went through hopefully we’re clear for the rest of the season!

Let us know what you think about Gary the Explorer!

More Episodes to come soon!

Pipi Pwason!

A video about a science project in Haiti that actually began in Abaco and makes a good comparison sister project. This is aimed at the local Haitian community on the Ile a Vache-BUT since its subtitled and entertaining Bahamians can see how it relates to us!

 

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Spotted Dolphins of the Bahamas

Did you know there’s more than one species of dolphin in the Bahamas? Check out these spotted dolphins, different from the more famous bottlenose dolphins. For more information about marine mammals in The Bahamas visit the Bahamas Marine Mammal Research Organisation.  Sponsored by The Lyford Cay Foundation.

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KB-Freedom of Information Act music video

Conch Salad TV was happy to work with so many talented Bahamian actors and KB on such an important issue – the need for a Freedom of Information act in the Bahamas, it affects everything that is going on in the country right now. The music video is sponsored by Save The Bays. If you haven’t done so, sign their petition.

Leave us a comment and tell us how a Freedom of Information Act can help you!

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