Science International

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Science International
What Will They Think Of Next?
Format science
Created by Michael Spivak
Starring Joseph Campanella
Tiiu Leek
Kerrie Keane
Country of origin Canada
Original language(s) English
Production
Running time 30 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel Global
Original run September 1976 – Spring 1979?

Science International, later retitled What Will They Think Of Next?, is a Canadian television series produced by Global Television Network from 1976 to 1979. Each episode featured approximately 20 short segments on scientific developments and trivia, narrated by Joseph Campanella and Tiiu Leek for its initial seasons. Kerrie Keane replaced Leek later in the series run. The hosts also appeared on camera, usually with chromakey effects behind them such as animation. The format of the series alternated between filmed footage of new inventions and developments and limited-animation segments usually focusing on more off-beat developments. After the show was retitled for its second and third seasons, Campanella proclaims at the end of the opening credits that the reports originate from the "Research Unit of Science International."[1]

In the US, this series aired in the early-1980s on Nickelodeon, with almost all episodes airing under the What Will They Think Of Next? title, however, Nickelodeon did air some episodes under the "Science International" title.[2]


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  1. ^ Gould, Ed (1988). Entertaining Canadians : Canada's international stars, 1900-1988. [Victoria, B.C., Canada]: Cappis Press. p. 164. ISBN 0919763189. 
  2. ^ Telecommunications: Radio, Television and Movies in the Digital Age 28. 

Additional material[edit]

Kirby, Blaik (20 September 1976). "The new crop: three passable and two dubious". The Globe and Mail. p. 17. 

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