Re: Sir Patrick's no April Fool
- --- In email@example.com, "Rod Mollise" <rmollise@...> wrote:
>Funny you should mention that. Here's a short animation with sound and
> Only from laughing after I heard about Sir Patrick's prank!
> Xylophones and Patrick Moore forever (I believe this is the 50th
> anniversary year of my favorite television program, The Sky at Night)!
music of Sir Patrick playing the xylophone along with the space aliens,
telescopes, and an out-of-this-world trip:
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Jim Easterbrook <jim@...> wrote:
> Rod Mollise wrote:
> > Xylophones and Patrick Moore forever (I believe this is the 50th
> > year of my favorite television program, The Sky at Night)!should
> Favourite programme, surely? If you're going to watch our TV, you
> adopt our spelling. :)the UK.
> It is indeed the 50th anniversary year. The Sky at Night website
> <http://www.bbc.co.uk/science/space/spaceguide/skyatnight/> has clips
> from past programmes and complete episodes of recent programmes to
> download. I don't know for certain if these are available outside
To a small degree they are. Each issue of THE SKY AT NIGHT has a CD
on which can be found one, sometimes two, of the programs, along with
free astronomy software and firmware updates for Meade and Celestron
GOTO scopes, pictures and other misc. items.
I buy my copy of THE SKY AT NIGHT at a local Borders (a bookstore
chain) monthly and have every issue since Vol.1, No.1.