The Science of Everyday Life with Marty Jopson at Otley Courthouse
Play, Mon 7 Nov 2016
The Science of Everyday Life with Marty Jopson
In this brilliant scientific tour of household science, BBC1 One Show scientist Dr Marty Jopson addresses conundrums such as: What really makes cakes rise? Why do soap bubbles burst? And how you get the quartz out of a clock using a hammer? The accompanying book serves as a guide to life with a dribblesome teapot cure, the solution to shocks from your car and why any of this matters at all. Answers will be provided, electrical devices dismantled and mess created in the name of science.
Map reference: SE 202456 Lat: 53.90617 Long: -1.69401
Head into Otley town centre on the A660 and follow the signs for the main car park from Briggate. The Courthouse is next door to the main car park.
By Public Transport:
From Leeds take the X84 express bus. Get off the bus at Otley Bus station, and walk through towards Netto. Cross the road at the crossroads and carry straight on. Take the next left and the Courthouse is found half way up Courthouse Street.
Parking: with charge
Accessible by Public Transport: 2 miles from Menston station