Did CERN scientists really break the universal speed limit? Roland Pease investigates.
Will Self embarks on a 50km walking tour of the Large Hadron Collider at Cern near Geneva.
Frontiers this week looks at the latest candidates for a 'Theory of Everything'.
Will Self continues his 50km walking tour of the Large Hadron Collider at CERN near Geneva
Adam Hart-Davis follows the construction of the Large Hadron Collider atom smasher at CERN
Carlos Frenk talks to Jim Al-Khalili about dark matter and modelling the cosmos.
Sue Nelson joins scientists down a mine on their search for the elusive dark matter.
Ben Miller explores the Higgs Particle and how it enables our entire world to exist.
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.
After an ultimatum to his hosts, Will receives a crash course in particle physics.
The 20th century pursuit in physics for the ultimate theory of everything.
Brian Cox and Robin Ince head to Mosi in Manchester and look at the invisible universe.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the 20th century attempts to understand the Quantum world.
Ben Miller joins Brian Cox and Robin Ince to talk physics, comedy and astrology.
Sean Carroll tells Jim why he abandoned Einstein for quantum entanglement.
Heather Couper looks at the search for dark matter. What we see is only a fraction of it.
Melvyn Bragg explores the 30 year search to solve all the biggest questions in physics.
Will is still baffled and decides to issue an ultimatum to his Cern hosts.
Visiting Voltaire's chateau and an abandoned Cern experiment puts Will in a pensive mood.
Brian Cox and Robin Ince return to discuss the next great mystery for particle physics.