February 2020

Series 2: Episode 11

3.0 2 x
Documentary. A former commando spends ten days locked in a nuclear bunker, with no way of telling the time, to find out how best to manage our body clock and improve our health.

2008-2009: 6. What's the Problem with Nudity?

3.0 9 x
Why are people embarrassed about their bodies? Horizon challenges a group of volunteers' attitudes and reveals that nakedness may hold the key to the success of the human species.
January 2020

2020: 1. Chris Packham: 7.7 Billion People and Counting

3.0 21 x
Naturalist Chris Packham investigates the impact a growing human population is having on the planet, asking whether the earth can sustain predictions of ten billion people by 2050.

2020: 1. Addicted to Painkillers? Britain’s Opioid Crisis

4.0 10 x
Dr Michael Mosley immerses himself on the frontline of our prescription painkiller habit. In America, it is an epidemic. Now, new evidence raises concern about the UK's use of prescription opioids.
August 2019

2019: 6. Cannabis: Miracle Medicine or Dangerous Drug?

3.0 22 x
At a pivotal moment in the history of one of the world’s oldest drugs, Dr Javid Abdelmoneim investigates the latest medical and scientific research into the effects of cannabis on the brain and body.
July 2019

2019: 2. Inside the Social Network: Facebook’s Difficult Year...

4.0 7 x
Following the teams inside Facebook, revealing a hidden technological playground. The film tackles difficult questions, like how our data is used, and also shows how Facebook works.

March 23, 2016

3.0 6 x
The gripping story of how one Russian internet millionaire is turning to cutting-edge science to try to unlock the secret of living forever.

March 30, 2016

3.0 6 x
Horizon looks at dark energy - the mysterious force that is unexpectedly causing the universe's expansion to speed up.

2019: 5. The 250 Million Pound Cancer Cure

4.0 26 x
Following the NHS as they start to implement proton beam therapy, an advanced but expensive cancer treatment, as well as following as the first children awaiting the lifesaving treatment.

August 27, 2015

3.0 9 x
Brian Cox uses the BBC archive to examine the story of man's relationship with the moon, from James Burke testing out Nasa equipment to Neil Armstrong's giant leap for mankind.
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