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: Science: Medical Mysteries. Giants

the second of four documentaries considers people with a disorder called acromegaly, which makes them very tall but which threatens their lives

: Science: Moments of Genius

Brian Cox explores the history, technology and contribution to science of the Lovell radio telescope in Manchester

: Science: The Human Animal

Desmond Morris examines what the human animal does when it has sorted out its basic needs and gone beyond mere survival

: Business: Trouble at the Top Revisited

The return of Freddie Laker

: Business: Back to the Floor Again

Featuring the Chief Constable of Sussex, who goes back on the beat (S)

: Business: Make or Break Update

A focus on Saeed Khalique, a leather trader who owes the bank 1.5 million pounds, and must improve sales if he wants to keep his business

: Science: Medical Mysteries. Giants

the second of four documentaries considers people with a disorder called acromegaly, which makes them very tall but which threatens their lives

: Science: Moments of Genius

Brian Cox explores the history, technology and contribution to science of the Lovell radio telescope in Manchester

: Science: The Human Animal

Desmond Morris examines what the human animal does when it has sorted out its basic needs and gone beyond mere survival

: Business: Trouble at the Top Revisited

The return of Freddie Laker

: Business: Back to the Floor Again

Featuring the Chief Constable of Sussex, who goes back on the beat (S)

: Business: Make or Break Update

A focus on Saeed Khalique, a leather trader who owes the bank 1.5 million pounds, and must improve sales if he wants to keep his business

: Science: Medical Mysteries. Giants

the second of four documentaries considers people with a disorder called acromegaly, which makes them very tall but which threatens their lives

: Science: Moments of Genius

Brian Cox explores the history, technology and contribution to science of the Lovell radio telescope in Manchester

: Science: The Human Animal

Desmond Morris examines what the human animal does when it has sorted out its basic needs and gone beyond mere survival

: Business: Trouble at the Top Revisited

The return of Freddie Laker

: Business: Back to the Floor Again

Featuring the Chief Constable of Sussex, who goes back on the beat (S)

: Business: Make or Break Update

A focus on Saeed Khalique, a leather trader who owes the bank 1.5 million pounds, and must improve sales if he wants to keep his business

: Science: Medical Mysteries. Giants

the second of four documentaries considers people with a disorder called acromegaly, which makes them very tall but which threatens their lives

: Science: Moments of Genius

Brian Cox explores the history, technology and contribution to science of the Lovell radio telescope in Manchester

: Science: The Human Animal

Desmond Morris examines what the human animal does when it has sorted out its basic needs and gone beyond mere survival

: Business: Trouble at the Top Revisited

The return of Freddie Laker

: Business: Back to the Floor Again

Featuring the Chief Constable of Sussex, who goes back on the beat (S)

: Business: Make or Break Update

A focus on Saeed Khalique, a leather trader who owes the bank 1.5 million pounds, and must improve sales if he wants to keep his business

: Science: Medical Mysteries. Giants

the second of four documentaries considers people with a disorder called acromegaly, which makes them very tall but which threatens their lives

: Science: Moments of Genius

Brian Cox explores the history, technology and contribution to science of the Lovell radio telescope in Manchester

: Science: Horizon

How the recent discovery of a tiny fossilised jawbone could provide vital clues as to how humans evolved from primitive life (S)

: Science: Do Animals... Count?

Experts discuss whether animals are able to perform mathematical calculations

: Closedown









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