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The Blind Watchmaker based on the book by RICHARD DAWKINS
If someone looked inside your watch and told you that all the little wheels, cogs, springs and gears had simply fallen together by pure chance - you'd think they were mad!
You know a watch must have a watchmaker.
And what about the beautiful complexity of living things? Did they come together by chance too - or did they have an intelligent designer? God? So argued ancient clerics. And so too do modem creationists. They even use a bizarre shaggy dinosaur story to discredit Darwin. But Darwin has a modern champion in Dr Richard Dawkins - the Oxford zoologist. He goes dinosaur-tracking in deepest Texas and tries to convince us that evolution, The Blind
Watchmaker, really works. Film editor PETER CLARKE Written and produced by JEREMY TAYLOR
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Book By: Richard Dawkins
Unknown: Dr Richard Dawkins
Editor: Peter Clarke
Produced By: Jeremy Taylor
Editor: Robin Brightwell

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