What put the bang in the Big Bang? Can scientists tell us what happened before creation?
Why is everything in space round? Drs Rutherford and Fry investigate.
Brian Cox and Robin Ince ask what happened before the big bang.
Carlos Frenk talks to Jim Al-Khalili about dark matter and modelling the cosmos.
Have astronomers really found gravitational waves from the Big Bang as announced in March?
Melvyn Bragg examines recently discovered 'dark energy' and its effect on the universe.
Sue Nelson joins scientists down a mine on their search for the elusive dark matter.
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss dark matter, the 'missing mass' of the universe.
Exploding stars half way across the universe reveal the future of the cosmos
Ben Miller looks at dark matter, the strange invisible material that fills the universe.
Ben Miller looks at black holes and the beginning of time.
Fay Dowker and Jim Al-Khalili discuss the texture of space-time.
Brian Cox and Robin Ince transport their own take on quantum physics to Glastonbury.
The 20th century pursuit in physics for the ultimate theory of everything.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the origins of everything.
Brian Cox and Robin Ince explore how we measure the universe.
Brian Cox and Robin Ince head to Mosi in Manchester and look at the invisible universe.
Robin Ince, Brian Cox and guests debate whether Cosmology is really a science?
Author and cosmologist Lawrence Krauss discusses dark energy with Jim Al-Khalili.
Brian Cox and Robin Ince discover how science can make the invisible visible.
Jim Al-Khalili enters the multiverse with the Astronomer Royal Martin Rees.
Brian Cox, Robin Ince and guests look at one of the most tantalising ideas of cosmology.
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss the age of the Universe.
Adam Hart investigates the accidental discovery of the evidence for the Big Bang.
How do we measure the age of the universe?
Adrian Moore explores the idea of infinity through history
When and how is the universe going to end?
Brian Cox and Robin Ince are back, for now, with a look at how the Universe might end.
Philip Ball on a very modern medieval Big Bang Theory forged by a 13th-century bishop.
Melvyn Bragg and guests explore the Multiverse.