TV presenter Raymond Baxter, who presented Tomorrow's World in the 1960s and '70s, has died at the age of 84.
Baxter (second right), a former Spitfire pilot, maintained his interest in aviation when he joined the BBC after World War II.
Baxter (left) was one of the faces of science on the BBC, hosting shows such as What Is Life.
He hosted Tomorrow's World - which showcased new inventions and gadgets of the future - when it began in 1965.
After 12 years demonstrating items like inflatable furniture, he was dropped to make way for a more youthful style.
He was honoured with his own Raymond Baxter Science Communication Award at the inaugural Tomorrow's World Awards in 2000.