rnBBC Human Senses
rnrnInformationrnrnAre your eyes being tricked by your brain? Do you know what a supertaster is? Or how to avoid travel sickness?rnProgramme 1 - Smell and Taste rnIn the first programme of the series Nigel Marven goes in search of the most disgusting , the most attractive smells and sets out to discover the biological reasons why humans eat such a diverse range of foods, from rotten raw ducks eggs to a sweaty blue cheese. At a chilli eating contest, he pushes his taste buds to the limit.rnProgramme 2 - Hearing and Balance rnSound can have a very powerful effect on how we feel about the world and Nigel Marven is on a quest to track down the sounds which have the most powerful emotional effects on us.Balance is our true sixth sense - it enables us to sense how our bodies are moving around in the world and keep us upright. There are only two kinds of animal that spend their whole lives performing the tricky balancing act of walking on two legs – humans and some flightless birds, like ostriches.rnProgramme 3 - Touch and VisionrnHumans are very sensitive to touch, but different parts of our body have different sensitivities. Nigel demonstrates that when it comes to our sense of touch, humans are similar to elephants.Nigel Marven sets out to discover why we are excellent at seeing some things, but sometimes miss what\'s right in front of our eyes.rn
rnrnrnTechnical SpecsrnVideo Codec: XviD MPEG-4 codecrnVideo Bitrate: 1736 kb/srnVideo Aspect Ratio: 1.74:1rnVideo Resolution: 640x368rnAudio Codec: AC3rnAudio BitRate: 224 kb/s rnAudio Channels: 2 ChrnRunTime: 00:49rnFramerate: 25 FPSrnNumber Of Parts: 3rnPart Size: 700 MBrnRipped by moviebox2006rnSubtitles: English , RomanianrnrnAlso from Human Body collection :
BBC The Human Mind , BBC Secrets of the Sexes ...