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List of Nova episodes

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Nova is an American science documentary television series produced by WGBH Boston for PBS. Many of the programs in this list were not originally produced for PBS, but were acquired from other sources such as the BBC.[1] All acquired programs are edited for Nova, if only to provide American English narration and additional voice of interpreters (translating from another language).[1] Most of the episodes aired in a 60-minute time slot.[2]

In 2005, Nova began airing some episodes titled NOVA scienceNOW, which followed a newsmagazine style format. For two seasons, NOVA scienceNOW episodes aired in the same time slot as Nova. In 2008, NOVA scienceNOW was officially declared its own series and given its own time slot.[3] Therefore, NOVA scienceNOW episodes are not included in this list.

Season 1: 1974[edit]

Season 2: 1974–1975[edit]

Season 3: 1976[edit]

Season 4: 1977[edit]

Season 5: 1978[edit]

Season 6: 1979[edit]

Season 7: 1979–1980[edit]

Season 8: 1980–1981[edit]

Season 9: 1981–1982[edit]

Season 10: 1982–1983[edit]

Season 11: 1983–1984[edit]

Season 12: 1984–1985[edit]

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About NOVA

NOVA brings you stories from the frontlines of science and engineering, answering the big questions of today and tomorrow, from how our ancestors lived, to whether parallel universes exist, to how technology will transform our lives. Visit the official website to watch full-length documentaries, or explore our world through short-form video, on our digital publication NOVA Next.

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Join scientists on the biggest Arctic research expedition of all time. Facing hungry polar bears, perilous sea ice cracks and brutal cold, the team strives to understand the forces that are changing the region and the world.

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Edible Insects - S48 E14

From crunchy cricket chips to nutty black soldier fly grubs, explore the insect food industry and how it could benefit our health and our warming planet.

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NOVA Universe Revealed: Age of Stars - S48 E15

Join Nova on a spectacular voyage to discover the sun's place in a grand cycle of birth, death and renewal that makes this the age of stars.

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NOVA Universe Revealed: Milky Way - S48 E16

Explore the wonders and mysteries of our galaxy - the giant city of stars we call home.

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NOVA Universe Revealed: Alien Worlds - S48 E17

Join Nova on a visit to exotic worlds orbiting distant suns to answer an age-old question with thrilling new science: are we alone?

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Nova (American TV program)

American popular science public television program (since 1974)

Nova (styled as NOVΛ) is an American popular science television program produced by WGBH in Boston, Massachusetts since 1974. It is broadcast on PBS in the United States, and in more than 100 other countries.[1] The program has won many major television awards.[2]

Nova often includes interviews with scientists doing research in the subject areas covered and occasionally includes footage of a particular discovery. Some episodes have focused on the history of science. Examples of topics covered include the following: Colditz Castle, the Drake equation, elementary particles, the 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens, Fermat's Last Theorem, the AIDS epidemic, global warming, moissanite, Project Jennifer, storm chasing, Unterseeboot 869, Vinland, Tarim mummies, and the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Nova programs have been praised for their pacing, writing, and editing. Websites that accompany the segments have also won awards.[3]

Episodes[edit]

Main article: List of Nova episodes

History[edit]

Nova was first aired on March 3, 1974. The show was created by Michael Ambrosino, inspired by the BBC 2 television series Horizon, which Ambrosino had seen while working in the UK.[4] In the early years, many Nova episodes were either co-productions with the BBC Horizon team, or other documentaries originating outside of the United States, with the narration re-voiced in American English. Of the first 50 programs, only 19 were original WGBH productions, and the first Nova episode, "The Making of a Natural History Film", was originally an episode of Horizon that premiered in 1972.[4] The practice continues to this day. All the producers and associate producers for the original Nova teams came from either England (with experience on the Horizon series), Los Angeles or New York.[5] Ambrosino was succeeded as executive producer by John Angier, John Mansfield, and Paula S. Apsell, acting as senior executive producer.[4]

Awards[edit]

Joe McMaster and the crew of "Judgement Day" at the 67th Annual Peabody Awards
John Rubin, John Bredar and Paula Apsell at the 68th Annual Peabody Awards for "Ape Genius"

Nova has been recognized with multiple Peabody Awards and Emmy Awards. The program won a Peabody in 1974, citing it as "an imaginative series of science adventures," with a "versatility rarely found in television." Subsequent Peabodys went to specific episodes:[2][6]

  • "The Miracle of Life" (1983) was cited as a "fascinating and informative documentary of the human reproductive process," which used "revolutionary microphotographic techniques." This episode also won an Emmy.[7]
  • "Spy Machines" (1987) was cited for "neatly recount[ing] the key events of the Cold War and look[ing] into the future of American/SovietSDI competition."[8]
  • "The Elegant Universe" (2003) was lauded for exploring "science's most elaborate and ambitious theory, the string theory" while making "the abstract concrete, the complicated clear, and the improbable understandable" by "blending factual story telling with animation, special effects, and trick photography." The episode also won an Emmy for editing.[9][10]

The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (responsible for documentary Emmys) recognized the program with awards in 1978, 1981, 1983, and 1989. Julia Cort won an Emmy in 2001 for writing "Life's Greatest Miracle." Emmys were also awarded for the following episodes:[2]

In 1998, the National Science Board of the National Science Foundation awarded Nova its first-ever Public Service Award.[2]

Decoding the Weather Machine[edit]

Broadcast on April 18, 2018 astrophysicistDavid Morrison reviewed Decoding the Weather Machine for Skeptical Inquirer magazine describing the presentation of the documentary as "logical and factual". The majority of the film stresses the impact of climate change on the earth and society. NOVA consciously selected half the scientists being female and young; Climatologist Katherine Hayhoe is prominent. Morrison states that the film uses data to prove that climate change is real and has a "demonstrable impact on ecosystems and people". Morrison hopes that this film convinces the public who are uncertain about the science of climate change.[11]

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