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Cosmic Quest Plumbing the Depths
16/30 The science of astrophysics began 300 years ago but rocketed in Victorian times.
Cosmic Quest The Celestial Police
15/30 Heather Couper looks at planet hunter Johann Bode, who patrolled the dark cosmic alleyways
Cosmic Quest A Planet Called George
14/30 William Herschel attempted to chart the cosmos using a homemade telescope.
Cosmic Quest A Comet's Tale
13/30 Heather Couper considers how Edmund Halley went about calculating the orbit of a comet.
Cosmic Quest A Matter of Some Gravity
12/30 Isaac Newton's mathematical brilliance put the basic laws of physics on a firm foundation.
Cosmic Quest Seeing Is Believing
11/30 Galileo did not invent the telescope, but he was the first to record his observations.
Cosmic Quest The Imperfect Cosmos
10/30 Tycho Brahe realised that the heavens change, but that a planet's orbit could be predicted
Cosmic Quest The Earth Moves
9/30 Copernicus had the crazy idea that the Earth was not at the centre of the universe.
A History of the World in 100 Objects The Silk Road And Beyond (400 - 700 AD), Korean Roof Tile
4/5 Neil MacGregor delves into the history of an artefact from Korea.
Shakespeare's Restless World Shakespeare Goes Global
20/20 How Shakespeare has inspired and influenced people across the globe and through the ages.