4 &18 March 2018
Famous inventors, great journalists, unique interviews!
The children became journalists for one day and interviewed famous inventors.
How it happened
The children and their parents who came to the Museum were divided into three groups, one for each of the inventors they would interview. With the help of the museum educator, they did a research, trying to discover information about the personalities behind the major telecommunications inventions. At the same time, one of the children, "became" an inventor and prepared to answer their "difficult" questions.
Broadcasting at the studio
Each journalism team, along with its assigned "inventor", after the completion of the preparatory stage went to the original TV studio of the museum, took their seats at the big table on set and with: "lights, cameras, action ... " the show began. Graham Bell, Samuel Morse and Wilhelm Marconi, received the reporter's questions and responded on how they grasped and then materialized their idea, their great invention!
Parents attended the show via the studio monitors, dated back to 1967, while some of the children undertook the role of cameramen, broadcasting live the interview. Note that the studio operated properly, as it did 50 years ago, when Greek television made its first steps.
Who visited us
A large number of parents and children, 100 people in total, participated in the educational activities of the Museum during the programs and tours that were planned for March.