The most turbulent five years in the life of a genius woman: Between 1905, where Marie Curie comes with Pierre Curie to Stockholm to be awarded the Nobel Prize for the discovery of the radioactivity, and 1911, where she receives her second Nobel Prize, after challenging France's male-dominated academic establishment both as a scientist and a woman.
Knowledge Power is a weekly 30-minute educational show aired on ABS-CBN, a spin-off of host Ernie Baron’s Hoy Gising! segment and TV Patrol's Itanong Kay Ka Ernie. Aired every Saturday from 5:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m, the show is educational and informative even as it also entertains. The topics are highly informative, engaging and mostly out-of-the-ordinary. The program is a cross between Ripley’s Believe It or Not and Discovery Channel. It does not only explore into the bizarre and the extraordinary, but pursues light yet thought-provoking, significant and highly-instructive items. Features sometimes serve as survival tips for viewers. Through extensive research and creative production, the show delves on the sciences, health, history, paranormal, cultures, civilizations, people, among others. The show aims to educate and entertain. The educational bent of the show is primarily geared towards enhancing children’s outlooks and potentials. The program is divided into four gaps -- two main stories and two regular segments-- which include "For Your Information" and "Health Tips ni Ka Ernie." Some new segments are "See Them Here First," "The First Knowledge," "Gallery," "Bakit Nga Ba?" "Question and Answer," "Scrabble, Scramble" and "What If."
Uncommon Knowledge is a weekly 30-minute current affairs TV show hosted by Peter Robinson and co-produced and presented by San Jose, California, PBS member station KTEH from 1997 to 2005. It was distributed first by American Public Television and later by PBS to public television stations throughout the United States and internationally by NPR Worldwide. The show is funded by foundations and organizations, including the conservative John M. Olin Foundation and produced by the Hoover Institution.