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A selection of Horizon programmes, spanning five decades, chosen to celebrate Horizon's 50th anniversary.
The work of Buckminster Fuller, the inventor of the geodesic dome. (1964)
The discovery by physicists of a unique particle. (1964)
Horizon reports from the spacecraft centre in Houston, Texas. (1966)
Programme about deafness in Britain today. (1973)
Horizon investigates the growing tendency to induce childbirth. (1975)
Tracing the spread of AIDS across America. (1983)
The rise of the microprocessor and its effect on industry. (1978)
Professor Richard Feynman of Caltech talks about his life and career.
British mathematician Andrew Wiles's bid to find proof for Fermat's last theorem.
The story of how and why Dolly the sheep came to be cloned. (1997)
Horizon follows an expedition to the Andes in search of a missing plane. (2000)
How infinity is older than time, bigger than the universe and stranger than fiction.
Nobel Prize winner Sir Paul Nurse examines why science appears to be under attack.
Michael Mosley examines the powerful science behind the ancient idea of fasting.
Horizon launches the £10 million Longitude Prize 2014.
A biography of the space shuttle, from triumphs to tragedies, using the BBC archive.