Former UA swimmer Martin Pepper lands Science Channel TV show

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“He’s always been this goofy person and a showman,” said his older brother, Seth Pepper. “Martin is meant to be on television, he has that personality. It was a matter of when it’s going to happen.”

If “How The Earth Works” is anywhere close to as successful as its predecessor, “How The Universe Works,” when is now for the 40-year-old Pepper.

The first of seven “How The Earth Works” episodes is scheduled to premiere Oct. 9 on the Science Channel (Cox Channel 102). Pepper co-hosts with Liz Bonnin, whose science-TV credits include the BBC series “Bang Goes The Theory.”

Below is the promo reel that eventually got the attention of producers at The Discover Channel and National Geographic …

Tundra Love – Martin Pepper from Seth Pepper on Vimeo.

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