Noah Lefevre of Polyphonic looks at the dark history of popular nursery rhymes and why the subject of so many are so very creepy.
Steve Mould explained why a solid ball will go into a spiral rather than falling off a spinning turntable, specifically at a ratio of 7:2.
Jay Foreman looked at the legacy of the previously unrecognized Harry Beck and his designs of the London Tube.
Adele Dixon sang a warm welcome to the newly formed "high-definition" BBC Television Service that went on-air for the first time in 1936
BBC Earth has compiled wonderful footage of animals displaying their super-powered detecting skills through hearing, smell, and sight.
Charles Berthoud performed the newly revived Metallica song "Master of Puppets" as a truly funky slap bass solo.
The Brick Wall built an ingenious automated personal LEGO washing machine and external spinning dryer that washed and dried socks well.
A beautiful tortoiseshell cat named Flossie has set the Guinness World Record for the Oldest Living Cat just ahead of her 27th birthday.
The Q created a unique engineering mashup that combined a full-size Pirelli F1 tire used on Formula 1 racing cars with a monowheel board.
In honor of the 2022 National Dog Show, the amazing Steve Kornacki enthusiastically analyzed dog trends in the US on his famous "Big Board".