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Great British Railway Journeys

Series 9

Episode 10: Plymouth to the Lizard

Duration: 29 minutes

on BBC Four

Available for 3 months

Steered by his early 20th-century Bradshaw's railway guide, Michael Portillo boldly goes to the moon by way of the Cornish Riviera Express. Show more

Duration: 59 minutes

on BBC Four

Available for 3 months

Jim Al-Khalili tackles the greatest question in science - how the universe began. By recreating key experiments Jim unravels the mystery of science's creation story. Show more

Duration: 59 minutes

on BBC Four

Available for 3 months

Jim Al-Khalili carries us into the future to try to discover how the universe will end - with a bang or a whimper? He reveals a universe far stranger than anyone imagined. Show more

The Sky at Night

Question Time

Duration: 59 minutes

on BBC Four

Available for 8 months

A special ‘Question Time’ edition of the programme. Planetary scientist Carly Howett and cosmologist Hiranya Peiris join the team to answer questions from viewers covering all things astronomical. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Dallas Campbell
Panellist:
Chris Lintott
Panellist:
Pete Lawrence
Panellist:
Carly Howett
Panellist:
Hiranya Peiris
Production Coordinator:
Carisse Perks
Assistant Producer:
Raquel Taylor
Production Manager:
Lia La Via
Executive Producer:
Steve Crabtree
Series Producer:
Peter Leonard

Great British Railway Journeys

Series 9

Episode 10: Plymouth to the Lizard

Duration: 29 minutes

on BBC Four

Available for 3 months

Steered by his early 20th-century Bradshaw's railway guide, Michael Portillo boldly goes to the moon by way of the Cornish Riviera Express. Show more

BBC Four

About BBC Four

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