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3/19/18 (Mo.)10:00 PMSCIENCE(#103) LUCKY ACCIDENTS
3/19/18 (Mo.)9:00 PMSCIENCE(#102) MAGNETIC FORCE
3/19/18 (Mo.)8:00 PMSCIENCE(#101) SECRET SAUCE
1/28/18 (Su.)10:00 PMSCIENCE(#103) LUCKY ACCIDENTS
1/28/18 (Su.)9:00 PMSCIENCE(#102) MAGNETIC FORCE
1/28/18 (Su.)8:00 PMSCIENCE(#101) SECRET SAUCE

3/19/18 - ???
on hiatus or fate to be determined
completed airing its current season
1 (3 episodes)
completed airing its first season on 3/19/18; has yet to be renewed for a second season
(from Science Channel's press release, February 2018) Just south of San Francisco lies a region that has spawned not just new products but whole new industries, from vacuum tubes to radio, microchips to personal computers, mobile devices, apps and social media. Home to Apple and Facebook, Intel and Google, there is simply no other place on earth that can rival its remarkable record of innovation. A new Science Channel three-part documentary series will provide a comprehensive look at the century-and-a-half history of this fascinating place, and reveal how and why it became such a fertile ground for technological breakthroughs. SILICON VALLEY: THE UNTOLD STORY premieres Sunday, March 19 at 8, 9 and 10 p.m. It is produced with support from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. The Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA is serving as the community and education outreach partner on the series. Silicon Valley has been often imitated but never duplicated. This new series encompasses a much broader story - one that is largely untold. It includes interviews with some of the Valley's most prominent innovators - including Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak - who helped make the region what it is today, and the tech entrepreneurs - WhatsApp co-founder Jan Koum among them - who are leading the Valley into the future. Koum, who grew up on food stamps and later sold WhatsApp to Facebook for $19 billion, says that "I could not have built WhatsApp outside of Silicon Valley - no chance." While Silicon Valley prides itself on disrupting old ways of doing things, it has largely failed to dismantle its barriers to women. Women have long been excluded from the valley's top jobs, even though they've been essential to its history. Kim Polese, a leading Silicon Valley entrepreneur and innovator, and currently chairman of CrowdSmart, and Heidi Roizen, a venture capitalist, corporate director and entrepreneur who co-founded the software company T/Maker, both relay stories about the challenges that women have faced in the Valley.
· Edward Gray as PROD
· Jon Bardin as EP (Science)
· Kiki Kapany as EP
· Michael Schwarz as DIR/PROD
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