David Attenborough shares his personal view on Charles Darwin. Starting from
Darwin's home in Kent. David travels to
Cambridge University, the Natural History Museum and the Orkney Isles, trying to piece together how the scientist came to his paradigm-shifting conclusions.
Her garish eye shadow, indomitable persona and extraordinary culinary creations - such as blue eggs and pigeon garnished with feathers - made Fanny Cradock a cult figure. Yet this comedy drama reveals a softer side to the mother of all TV chefs.
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