4/8. Humans fought for centuries to understand the origins of the Moon. After 20 years of exploration, scientists were still in the dark. Then an astronomer from Arizona came up with a solution to the riddle.
(Revised repeat from BBC2) Continues at the same time on Thursday
6/10. On the death of Winifred O'Donnell , her family knew her only as a mother who had once sung in West End shows. But she was a bigamist who abandoned her first family. Alison, a daughter of the second marriage, pieces together the story of those she left behind.
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