BBC News coverage of See Further: The Festival of Science + Arts was extensive. The BBC have made many of the clips available to view again online, including the following:
Royal Society is using art to explain science: a video report for BBC News on Icarus at the Edge of Time, including interviews with Brian Greene and Brian Cox, and behind-the scenes rehearsal footage.
Royal Society celebrates 350th anniversary: BBC Radio 4 Today radio report of the Summer Science Exhibition, featuring an interview with Tim Wright of Fast and Furious: witnessing the birth of Africa's new ocean. There's also an audio clip of Tim Wright speaking in the BBC News online report of the research featured on at the exhibition.
Science as an engine of growth in an age of austerity? - a BBC Newsnight report from Friday 25 June 2010 by Susan Watts on the festival and the role of science in society. Susan Watts writes more about this on her blog.
The microscope that can see a flea's beating heart - an extended cut from the BBC Newsnight report of Susan Watts' interview with Brad Amos, of the exhibit Improving the magnifying glass: a new giant lens.
Bionic flying penguin at science show - a video report of the Summer Science Exhibition, featuring Shape Shifting Structures, Axe Valley Biodiesel, Robot Detectives and the Festo AirPenguins.
Four films tracking the development of the Pterosaurs: Giant prehistoric pterosaurs descend on London; Eye to eye with a flying monster; From hovercraft to giant flying monsters; How to build a giant winged reptile.
BBC Radio 4 Material World devoted an entire programme to the festival, featuring the Summer Science Exhibition exhibits Looking Deep into Model Volcanoes, Looking for buried land-mines with holographic radar, Designing the giant eye on the sky, Arctica Islandica - the longest-lived animal on Earth, Culture Evolves and the Festo AirPenguins and Pterosaurs: Dragons of the Air.