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The Big Question (TV series)

The Big Question is a five-part science documentary television series broadcast in the United Kingdom on the Five channel, beginning January 2004 and continuing into 2005. In the North American market, it has been re-released on the Discovery Science network. Each half-hour episode is hosted by a renowned authority, and examines the following provocative questions:

The series attracted controversy and criticism from creationists,[1] as well as praise from other reviewers.[2]

References

  1. ^ Tyler, David J. (9 February 2004). "Scientific Rationalists Advance Their Agenda". BiblicalCreation.org.   One example.
  2. ^ "The Big Question with Stephen Hawking, Five". TheCustard.tv. 19 January 2008. Retrieved 4 April 2010.  One example.

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