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> Time on BBC Four at 2010-01-29 01:30:00
4/4. Cosmic Time: Series in which Michio Kaku goes on an exploration of the world in search of time. This edition considers Einstein's theory of relativity and the variability of time.

> Time on BBC Four at 2010-01-28 20:00:00
4/4. Cosmic Time: Series in which Michio Kaku goes on an exploration of the world in search of time. This edition considers Einstein's theory of relativity and the variability of time.

> Time on BBC Four at 2010-01-22 02:30:00
3/4. Earth Time: Series in which Michio Kaku goes on an extraordinary exploration of the world in search of time. This edition asks where we came from and where we are going.

> Time on BBC Four at 2010-01-21 20:00:00
3/4. Earth Time: Series in which Michio Kaku goes on an extraordinary exploration of the world in search of time. This edition asks where we came from and where we are going.

> Time on BBC Four at 2010-01-15 01:50:00
2/4. Lifetime: Series in which Michio Kaku goes on an exploration of the world in search of time. This edition looks at the human life span and scientific research into extending it.

> Time on BBC Four at 2010-01-14 20:00:00
2/4. Lifetime: Series in which Michio Kaku goes on an exploration of the world in search of time. This edition looks at the human life span and scientific research into extending it.

> Time on BBC Four at 2010-01-08 01:50:00
1/4. Daytime: Michio Kaku explores the world in search of time. In LA, he finds fish with a precise sense of time and meets a family whose body clocks force them to wake at 4am every day.

> Time on BBC Four at 2010-01-07 20:00:00
1/4. Daytime: Michio Kaku explores the world in search of time. In LA, he finds fish with a precise sense of time and meets a family whose body clocks force them to wake at 4am every day.

> Time on BBC Four at 2008-12-16 01:40:00
3/4. Earth Time: Meet the longest surviving creature on Earth - it is 200 million years old and still alive. Michio Kaku finds out how Earth time can tell us about our past and our future.

> Time on BBC Four at 2008-12-15 21:00:00
3/4. Earth Time: Meet the longest surviving creature on Earth - it is 200 million years old and still alive. Michio Kaku finds out how Earth time can tell us about our past and our future.

> Time on BBC Four at 2008-01-25 00:00:00
3/4. Earth Time: How much time can you imagine? A hundred years? A thousand? Even a million? Just how far does time stretch back? And where do we fit in? These are the questions Michio Kaku asks.

> Time on BBC Four at 2007-08-21 02:55:00
4/4. Cosmic Time: Michio Kaku investigates how our perception of time has been changed by atomic and cosmic discoveries and asks, what is time itself? and will it ever end?

> Time on BBC Four at 2007-08-21 01:55:00
4/4. Cosmic Time: Michio Kaku investigates how our perception of time has been changed by atomic and cosmic discoveries and asks, what is time itself? and will it ever end?

> Time on BBC Four at 2007-08-20 23:00:00
4/4. Cosmic Time: Michio Kaku investigates how our perception of time has been changed by atomic and cosmic discoveries and asks, what is time itself? and will it ever end?

> Time on BBC Four at 2007-08-14 03:10:00
3/4. Earth Time: Dr Michio Kaku investigates the concept of the lifespan of the Earth by travelling from the West to the East coast of America, each millimetre representing one year.

> Time on BBC Four at 2007-08-14 02:10:00
3/4. Earth Time: Dr Michio Kaku investigates the concept of the lifespan of the Earth by travelling from the West to the East coast of America, each millimetre representing one year.

> Time on BBC Four at 2007-08-13 22:00:00
3/4. Earth Time: Dr Michio Kaku investigates the concept of the lifespan of the Earth by travelling from the West to the East coast of America, each millimetre representing one year.

> Time on BBC Four at 2007-08-06 23:00:00
2/4. Lifetime: The series about the concept of time with Michio Kaku continues with a look at the ageing process, asking whether immortality could ever become a reality.

> Time on BBC Four at 2007-08-06 22:00:00
2/4. Lifetime: The series about the concept of time with Michio Kaku continues with a look at the ageing process, asking whether immortality could ever become a reality.

> Time on BBC Four at 2006-12-13 20:00:00
3/4. Earth Time: Meet the longest surviving creature on Earth - it is 200 million years old and still alive. Michio Kaku finds out how Earth time can tell us about our past and our future.

> Time on BBC Four at 2006-11-03 19:00:00
4/4. Cosmic Time: In the last of the series, Michio Kaku explores Einstein's theory of relativity and the variability of time.

> Time on BBC Four at 2006-10-27 19:00:00
3/4. Earth Time: How much time can you imagine? A hundred years? A thousand? Even a million? Just how far does time stretch back? And where do we fit in? These are the questions Michio Kaku asks.

> Time on BBC Four at 2006-10-27 18:00:00
3/4. Earth Time: How much time can you imagine? A hundred years? A thousand? Even a million? Just how far does time stretch back? And where do we fit in? These are the questions Michio Kaku asks.

> Time on BBC Four at 2006-10-20 19:00:00
2/4. Life Time: Dr Michio Kaku continues his exploration of the nature of time with a look at the human lifespan. Can it be extended, and would this be a good thing?

> Time on BBC Four at 2006-10-20 18:00:00
2/4. Life Time: Dr Michio Kaku continues his exploration of the nature of time with a look at the human lifespan. Can it be extended, and would this be a good thing?

> Time on BBC Four at 2006-10-13 19:00:00
1/4. Daytime: Dr Michio Kaku presents a series exploring the nature of time. In the first episode he asks whether time comes from within our own minds, or from outside.

> Time on BBC Four at 2006-10-13 18:00:00
1/4. Daytime: Dr Michio Kaku presents a series exploring the nature of time. In the first episode he asks whether time comes from within our own minds, or from outside.

> Time on BBC Four at 2006-05-27 03:00:00
4/4. Cosmic Time: High in the Swiss Alps, Dr Michio Kaku goes in search of a mysterious particle whose existence is proof that time is not fixed at all.

> Time on BBC Four at 2006-05-26 18:00:00
4/4. Cosmic Time: High in the Swiss Alps, Dr Michio Kaku goes in search of a mysterious particle whose existence is proof that time is not fixed at all.

> Time on BBC Four at 2006-05-19 19:00:00
3/4. Earth Time: Meet the longest surviving creature on Earth - it is 200 million years old and still alive. Michio Kaku finds out how Earth time can tell us about our past and our future.

> Time on BBC Four at 2006-05-12 19:00:00
2/4. Lifetime: Michio Kaku explores the possibility of human immortality, as new discoveries in nature and genetic research suggest that there is potential for a large extension of human life.

> Time on BBC Four at 2006-05-05 19:00:00
1/4. Daytime: What is time? Professor Michio Kaku explores the paradox we take for granted on a daily basis, travelling far and wide to learn of its anomalies.

> Time on BBC Four at 2006-05-05 18:00:00
1/4. Daytime: What is time? Professor Michio Kaku explores the paradox we take for granted on a daily basis, travelling far and wide to learn of its anomalies.

> Time on BBC Four at 2006-03-24 03:10:00
4/4. Cosmic Time: High in the Swiss Alps, Dr Michio Kaku goes in search of a mysterious particle whose existence is proof that time is not fixed at all.

> Time on BBC Four at 2006-03-22 19:00:00
4/4. Cosmic Time: High in the Swiss Alps, Dr Michio Kaku goes in search of a mysterious particle whose existence is proof that time is not fixed at all.

> Time on BBC Four at 2006-03-22 00:55:00
4/4. Cosmic Time: High in the Swiss Alps, Dr Michio Kaku goes in search of a mysterious particle whose existence is proof that time is not fixed at all.

> Time on BBC Four at 2006-03-21 21:00:00
4/4. Cosmic Time: High in the Swiss Alps, Dr Michio Kaku goes in search of a mysterious particle whose existence is proof that time is not fixed at all.

> Time on BBC Four at 2006-03-19 20:00:00
4/4. Cosmic Time: High in the Swiss Alps, Dr Michio Kaku goes in search of a mysterious particle whose existence is proof that time is not fixed at all.

> Time on BBC Four at 2006-03-17 03:00:00
3/4. Earth Time: Meet the longest surviving creature on Earth - it is 200 million years old and still alive. Michio Kaku finds out how Earth time can tell us about our past and our future.

> Time on BBC Four at 2006-03-15 19:00:00
3/4. Earth Time: Meet the longest surviving creature on Earth - it is 200 million years old and still alive. Michio Kaku finds out how Earth Time can tell us about our past and our future.

> Time on BBC Four at 2006-03-15 00:50:00
3/4. Earth Time: Meet the longest surviving creature on Earth - it is 200 million years old and still alive. Michio Kaku finds out how Earth Time can tell us about our past and our future.

> Time on BBC Four at 2006-03-14 21:00:00
3/4. Earth Time: Meet the longest surviving creature on Earth - it is 200 million years old and still alive. Michio Kaku finds out how Earth Time can tell us about our past and our future.

> Time on BBC Four at 2006-03-12 20:00:00
3/4. Earth Time: Meet the longest surviving creature on Earth - it is 200 million years old and still alive. Michio Kaku finds out how Earth Time can tell us about our past and our future.

> Time on BBC Four at 2006-03-10 03:10:00
2/4. Lifetime: Michio Kaku discovers whether humans could become immortal, as new discoveries in nature and genetic research suggest that there is potential for a huge extension of human life.

> Time on BBC Four at 2006-03-08 19:00:00
2/4. Lifetime: Michio Kaku discovers whether humans could become immortal, as new discoveries in nature and genetic research suggest that there is potential for a massive extension of human life.

> Time on BBC Four at 2006-03-08 02:30:00
1/4. Daytime: What is time? Professor Michio Kaku explores the paradox we take for granted on a daily basis, travelling far and wide to learn of its anomalies.

> Time on BBC Four at 2006-03-08 01:30:00
2/4. Lifetime: Michio Kaku discovers whether humans could become immortal, as new discoveries in nature and genetic research suggest that there is potential for a massive extension of human life.

> Time on BBC Four at 2006-03-07 21:00:00
2/4. Lifetime: Michio Kaku discovers whether humans could become immortal, as new discoveries in nature and genetic research suggest that there is potential for a massive extension of human life.

> Time on BBC Four at 2006-03-03 03:10:00
1/4. Daytime: What is time? Professor Michio Kaku explores the paradox we take for granted on a daily basis, travelling far and wide to learn of its anomalies.

> Time on BBC Four at 2006-02-26 20:00:00
1/4. Daytime: What is time? Professor Michio Kaku, explores the paradox we take for granted on a daily basis, travelling far and wide to learn of its anomalies.

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