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.