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Rough Science 1 Mediterranean: Video extras: Why Jonathan's a scientist

Updated Thursday, 14th May 2015

Rough Scientist Jonathan Hare explains what got him into studying science in the first place, from the BBC/OU Rough Science 1 series

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I’ve always been really interested in how things worked, ever since I was a little kid mending things – well actually mostly breaking things when I was a kid. But there were several occasions when I liked mending cars and things on holiday, saying to Dad, you know, “Oh press that thing” and the car would start. And I just, just really a genuine fascination about how things work and mending things, making things.

Apologies for the video quality; this was originally published in the year 2000 which was a different era for online video.





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