Are religion and the theory of evolution really antithetical? Far from it, according to Conor Cunningham, who shows how the schism between Darwin and God has been fomented by extremists on both sides of the argument. He also meets eminent evolutionary biologists, geneticists and philosophers to find out whether the latest advances in evolutionary theory do indeed point to a God-less universe.
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On Scotland's east coast, Miranda Krestovnikoff dives into a spectacular marine reserve that is one of Britain's outstanding sites for underwater wildlife, and Alice Roberts finds out why rust is threatening the Forth Road Bridge. Series producer Steve Evanson
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Alan and Marcus Go Forth and Multiply
Actor and comedian Alan Davies has hated maths since his school days but, harbouring a suspicion that he's been missing out, he enlists mathematician Professor Marcus du Sautoy to help him unlock the beauty of the subject. After visiting the fourth dimension and exploring the concept of infinity, is there room left in Alan's brain for the most complex of all maths concepts? Director/Producer Stephen Cooter
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Rich Hall, David Mitchell and Jimmy Carr join Stephen Fry and Alan Davies, trying to come up with interesting answers to questions about food. Director Ian Lorimer ; Producer John Lloyd
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