The CHRISTMAS LECTURES are repeated in a number of countries across the world.
For more than 20 years, the CHRISTMAS LECTURES' team have travelled to Japan the summer after the original broadcast to repeat the shows for live audiences, as well as being televised on Japanese National TV. In 2012 for the first time they went to Singapore in partnership with the Singapore Science Centre, and the lectures appeared on MediaCorp TV. They have previously also travelled to Brazil and South Korea. We are continuing this tradition in 2017 thank to our 2016 supporters such as Lloyds Register Foundation.
Thanks to our partners the Yomiuri Shimbun, and to the invaluable help of the British Council Japan in preparing for our visit. The lectures are held in Tokyo and a regional city, with simultaneous translation. They are televised on BS Nippon Television.
Thanks to the Singapore Science Centre, we are pleased that the lectures appear as the STAR Lecture in the Singapore Science Festival. They are televised on Media Corp Channel 5.
Including live experiments, special guests, specially built demonstrations, numerous opportunities for audience participation and, if you’re lucky, the odd explosion, the CHRISTMAS LECTURES champion scientific talent and inspire future scientists. They are a unique production and have transferred effectively to foreign TV channels. We are actively seeking new partners in other countries to expand the international base for the lectures. If you are interested in partnering with the Royal Institution, please email Dom McDonald, Head of Education on firstname.lastname@example.org.