The concluding part of Prof. Brian Cox’s brilliant series takes us to the outermost planets in the solar system.
The third of Brian Cox’s programmes looks at the daddy of all the planets: the gas giant Jupiter.
The second episode of Brian Cox’s series looks at the story of Mars.
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Medical twins Chris and Xand van Tulleken looks at the different ways children are brought up across the globe.
Prof. Alice Roberts presents the annual science lectures, this year investigating the subject if what it means to be human.
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Part of Horizon, this edition looks at how our biological clock maintains our bodies.
Michael Mosley carries out an experiment for Horizon to examine the positives of the placebo effect.
Why do you get the feeling that the people behind this have been watching too many Jim Carrey movies?
This is one piece of trash TV that is worth watching.
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While the Sun is the main thing that drives life on Earth, it could also be what might destroy our … [ Read More ]
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Dr. Hannah Fry examines the science of size in this two-part documentary.
Don’t worry, a pandemic hasn’t been started by a massive surge of BBC Four arts documentaries.
The final episode of Helen Czerski’s history of temperature looks into the world of heat.
The physicist Dr. Helen Czerski begins this three-part look at temperature, beginning with coldness.
The science series follows Richard Gray, a former UN peacekeeper who suffered a near-fatal brain haemorrhage.
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Tonight you will see something that only happens once in a blue moon – namely, an actual blue moon.
At the age of 34, advertising agency producer Lotje Sodderland suffered from a stroke which almost killed her. The stroke … [ Read More ]