C: Oxford Children's Encyclopedia Episodes

Expand your general knowledge and understand the ordinary things around with a fantastic twist! Oxford Children’s Encyclopedia (OCE) Series is the brain-child of one of KSS’s Executive Member, Dr. Muhammad Mustafa. This series makes use of Oxford’s Encyclopedia to provide you with quick, factual information about interesting topics. It is a great series for kids and adults alike. OCE sparks interest for simple, everyday topics and helps explore the whats, whys and hows to them. See all alphabets’ episodes here.

Episode 18: Cancer

In this episode of Oxford’s Children Encyclopedia, learn about the biology behind the spread of the dangerous disease called Cancer and the present treatment methods used to counter it!

Episode 19: Camels

Learn interesting facts about Camels, the incredibly tall desert animals who can store water in their humps for long periods of time  and do so  much more!

Episode 20: Cells

In this episode, listen to Dr Mustafa talk about Cells: the basic unit of every living organism, the difference in unicellular and multicellular organisms, and the fascinating functions of the many remarkable sub-components of cells! 

Episode 21: Cats

Learn about the beautiful domestic animals called Cats that are one of the most popular pets!

Episode 22: Cement

In this episode, learn about Cement, the stony mass that is widely used in construction as a strong binding material. Find out about its chemical composition, properties, and more!

Episode 23: Chemists

In this episode, find out who Chemists are, what their work is like, the different types of chemists, and much more!

Episode 24: Chocolates

In this episode, learn about yummy Chocolates, their origin, the cocoa beans used to make them, and more!

Episode 25: Coffee

Ever wondered what makes Coffee such an energy boosting drink? Find out more about this beverage, that is a favorite of many!

Episode 26: Coal

Find out about the many wonders of the combustible fossil fuels called Coal, its facts, and uses!