Behind The Scenes At The Universe

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2013050620131127 (RS)

Kenneth MacDonald talks to Professor Higgs' friends and colleagues about the Higgs boson.

Using nothing more than a fountain pen and some scrap paper, Peter Higgs came up with an idea that changed the way we view the Universe. Fifty years later, he's now getting the Nobel Physics Prize. BBC Scotland's science correspondent Kenneth Macdonald talks to Professor Higgs, friends and colleagues to discover how Scotland created one of science's greats.

2013050620131127 (RS)

Kenneth MacDonald talks to Professor Higgs' friends and colleagues about the Higgs boson.

Using nothing more than a fountain pen and some scrap paper, Peter Higgs came up with an idea that changed the way we view the Universe. Fifty years later, he's now getting the Nobel Physics Prize. BBC Scotland's science correspondent Kenneth Macdonald talks to Professor Higgs, friends and colleagues to discover how Scotland created one of science's greats.

2013050620140101 (RS)

Using nothing more than a fountain pen and some scrap paper, Peter Higgs came up with an idea that changed the way we view the Universe. Fifty years later, he's now getting the Nobel Physics Prize. BBC Scotland's science correspondent Kenneth Macdonald talks to Professor Higgs, friends and colleagues to discover how Scotland created one of science's greats.

2013050620140101 (RS)

Using nothing more than a fountain pen and some scrap paper, Peter Higgs came up with an idea that changed the way we view the Universe. Fifty years later, he's now getting the Nobel Physics Prize. BBC Scotland's science correspondent Kenneth Macdonald talks to Professor Higgs, friends and colleagues to discover how Scotland created one of science's greats.

20130506

Using nothing more than a fountain pen and some scrap paper, Peter Higgs came up with an idea that changed the way we view the Universe. Now that a Higgs Boson has been found, does he deserve a Nobel Prize? BBC Scotland's science correspondent Kenneth Macdonald talks to Professor Higgs, friends and colleagues to discover how Scotland created one of science's greats.

20130506

Using nothing more than a fountain pen and some scrap paper, Peter Higgs came up with an idea that changed the way we view the Universe. Now that a Higgs Boson has been found, does he deserve a Nobel Prize? BBC Scotland's science correspondent Kenneth Macdonald talks to Professor Higgs, friends and colleagues to discover how Scotland created one of science's greats.