Mark Speight helps Voyager to understand that art is smart, and back on Earth Bizi Lizi and friends get to work making things. Mark introduces Voyager to ways of changing faces with simple paper engineering. Plus a special report from Earth where Bizi Lizi is creating a simple card-backed mirror.
Sally Gray is beamed aboard the orbiting deep-space probe to help Voyager understand how science has changed the way that humans live, and Voyager sends the alien drone down to Earth to monitor special experiments set up by children. Sally introduces Voyager to natural phenomena such as lightning - nature's atmospheric electricity. Peartree Primary School children make a table-top volcano.
Futuristic learning aboard the deep-space probe Voyager, in orbit around the Earth. Katy Hill introduces Voyager to the theme of storytelling and the life and works of the writers Rudyard Kipling and Charles Dickens
Simon Thomas is beamed aboard the orbiting deep-space probe to help Voyager understand how science has changed the way that humans live. Today, Simon guides Voyager through an item on the invention of the bicycle and looks at the life of Duncan Campbell and his record-breaking Bluebird racing car.