Well, I'm back after 9 years looking to leverage the collective memories of the the RJ community. This time I think will be a doozy. The show I'm thinking of was a science type show where the guy, I think in a lab coat, did experiments or talked about math/science but he was always in front of a black board. I vaguely remember something with test tubes I think.
The thing is it always came on at like 4 or 5 in the morning. I remember waking up super early on Saturday to watch it but usually passed out about half way through and woke up when the regular shows started. This would have aired late 80's or early 90's. Based off the format and time it aired I'm pretty sure it was a local access show, but not local to where I lived. I live in Winnipeg and it would have aired on either CBS or NBC I think.
It was not Mr. Science (at least I think it's not), but it's definitely not Bill Nye. I don't even know if it had a name, but I'm wondering if anyone else remembers this?