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BBC Learning Zone

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Open Science 12.30 Rough Science - Kate Humble and the team of scientists try to cool things down on their tropical island base. 9878314 1.05 Background Brief Therapy on Trial - millions of people swear by homeopathy, but scientists and medical researchers remain unconvinced. Janice Acquah examines the evidence. 3064043 1.20 Hollywood Science Speed - could a bus really jump a gap in the freeway? 9145734 1.30 LearningtoLovetheGrey-asSarahconfronts scientist Edward March, can he persuade her to give him a second chance? Last in the drama series set in the world of cloning research. 68802 2.00 Lifelines -the story of the intellectual struggle that established the theory of evolutio. 38734 2.30 Wild Moves Air -Chris Packham takes to the airto show how all kinds of animals fly. 57869 3.00 Horses for Courses An Evolutionary Radiation - the story of the horse from 50 million years ago to the presenttime
Wild World 3.30 Frozen World Penguins - Nick Baker spends a night in a penguin colony; a very smelly and noisy affair. Languages 4.00 Spanish Journey part -highlights from the documentary series Spain Inside Out.
Working In Sport and Leisure 5.00 The Future - what does the future hold for those working in sport and leisure?
Open University 6.00 Jets and Black Holes - how science is exploring the mysterious phenomena in the universe.
6.30 The Chemistry of Survival -a look at the art of staying alive, with a chemical slant.

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Unknown: Kate Humble
Unknown: Janice Acquah
Unknown: Chris Packham
Unknown: Nick Baker

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