Beakman's World is an educational children's television show. The program is based on the Universal Press Syndicate syndicated comic strip You Can with Beakman and Jax created by Jok Church.
Beakman reveals the facts on sweat and body temperature. Art Burn gives a recipe for paint, and then Beakman gets the weight of the Beak-mobile.
Beakman examines bird migration and explores how toilets function in space.
Beakman tellls all about elephants, gets help from his mom in the Beakman family challenge and reveals the mystery of X-ray machines.
Beakman reveals why Bunsen burners have invisible flames and then explores where sewage goes after it is dismissed.
Beakman explores the functions of the human mouth, and what causes bad breath. Phoebe has fun with worms. Gulliver solves the mysteries of the visual scale.
Beakman explains the differences between magnets and electromagnets. Art Burn uses gelatin to create jello. Phoebe needs the senses of the body explored.
Beakman reveals facts about bread, and Lester plays a housewife in a game show. Beakman then reveals the history and secrets behind measurements.
Beakman reveals the facts on skin, its functions and its reproduction, tells the truth about the "funny bone," and then explains why oxygen is so important.
Beakman reveals the characteristics of rubber, how flowers bloom and uncovers the mysteries of hair growth.
Beakman explores magic, and Phoebe reveals naked mole-rats. Cleopatra visits to talk about cosmetics.
Beakman shows the identifying structure of human fingerprints, and explains why humans fart, what this gaseous emission is made of and why it smells...
Beakman covers amazing dog facts and biomedical engineering. Phoebe pretends to be a nurse to fix Lester's foot. The gang then explores prosthetic and bio-medical engineering.
Beakman discovers boomerangs, visits the soil, finds bacteria and the dung beetle then examines the mysteries of the circus.
Beakman reveals the similarities between apes and humans with Eddie the chimpanzee as his guest. Meekman takes a painless eye-exam.
Beakman explains what constitutes a catalyst and how an aerosol can operates.
Beakman reveals facts about domestic pigs and wild boars and explains the principles behind demonstrating harmonics.
Beakman reveals facts in the exploration of the North and South Pole, Phoebe examines lamprey and the mystery of ice skaters and their spins is covered.
Beakman shows the modern science of retrieving sunken treasure, proves a screw is a machine and how the Archimedes Screw makes water flow uphill.
Beakman reveals the importance of mammals, the unusual eating habits of spiders and reveals third-dimensional illusions.
Beakman reveals what happens when planes go beyond the speed of sound and the benefits to living healthy.
Beakman talks about horses and reveals the most disgusting animal in the world before describing just how does a refrigerator stays cold.
Beakman untangles the mystery behind cats and their nine lives, and demonstrates the dynamics of dynamite.
Beakman covers growing pains and the human body, hitting a baseball and chemical reactions.
Beakman reveals about motion in toys, reveals egg-laying mammals and explains how birds talk.
Beakman reviews Bactrian and dromedary camels, covers the densities of gases and explores the Dead Sea.
Beakman discusses the amoeba and uni-cellular animals called protozoa, reveals the secrets in the delicate diet of baby birds and shows the secrets behind hair-raising stunts.