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Episode 4

Last in the series of Helen Keen's quirky comic but true look at the past and future of space exploration. This week looks at what we could do if a giant asteroid was heading straight for us and looks at where else we might be able to go in the solar system if Earth was destroyed, and how we might bet there. And we ask the most searching of all questions, why didn't the dinosaurs avoid extinction by developing a space programme of their own? And if they had, how could a T Rex have flown a spaceship with those tiny arms?

With Helen Keen
Peter Serafinowicz
Susy Kane

Written by Helen Keen and Miriam Underhill
Produced by Gareth Edwards.

13 minutes

Last on

Wed 23 Oct 2013 23:15


Role Contributor
PerformerHelen Keen
ActorPeter Serafinowicz
ActorSusy Kane
ProducerGareth Edwards
WriterHelen Keen
WriterMiriam Underhill

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