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Brian Cox: Forces of Nature

Mondays at 8.30pm

From 19 June

Show Synopsis

Professor Brian Cox combines some of the most spectacular sights on Earth with our deepest understanding of the universe, to reveal how our planet's beauty is created by just a handful of forces.

Brian Cox: Forces of Nature

Brian Cox: Forces of Nature

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About the show

A bold and breathtaking series taking viewers on a tour of our planet to explain what lies beneath Earth’s startling beauty and ultimately what makes our world work. In a perfect combination of accessible science and cutting-edge filming techniques, it explores the simplest possible questions about the planet we live on – such as why is water blue? how can a shape defy gravity? why do bees make hexagonal honeycombs? – in order to reveal deeper truths about the cosmos and the forces of nature that govern everything in it.

Travelling to stunning locations around the globe and featuring the creatures and environments shaped by these natural forces, it also looks at how humans fit into the story through episodes themed around Colour, Motion, Shape and Elements. Employing the latest technology to bring unique perspectives and understanding of nature’s wonders, this ambitious series showcases the immense forces that make our world so vibrant and diverse.

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