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Tomorrow's World

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Tonight, the answerto the mystery of how, 2,000 years ago in Masada, Israel, almost 1,000 members of a Jewish sect held out against the Roman armyfortwo years. The historian Flavius claimed they survived by growing their own food. But how was this possible in a desert? Plus, a report from Leicesteron a space telescope that has some unusual applications. Presented by Carol Vorderman , with Shahnaz Pakravan , Howard Stableford , Vivienne Parry , Rebecca Stephens , Monty Don and Richard Mabey.
Editor Edward Briffa Further information on Ceefax page

Contributors

Presented By: Carol Vorderman
Unknown: Shahnaz Pakravan
Unknown: Howard Stableford
Unknown: Vivienne Parry
Unknown: Rebecca Stephens
Unknown: Monty Don
Unknown: Richard Mabey.
Editor: Edward Briffa

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