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Television

Earth dying in five billion years I can deal with, but not a world-weary Brian Cox

1 June 2019

9:00 AM

1 June 2019

9:00 AM

When you see the opening caption ‘4.6 billion years ago’, it’s a pretty safe bet that you’re watching a programme presented by Professor Brian Cox. And so it proved again this week, as his latest exploration of the solar system began on BBC2, with an episode about Mercury and Venus.

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