In 2009, The Open University and the BBC will be joining forces to mark the 200th anniversary of the birth of Charles Darwin and the 150th anniversary of the publication On The Origin Of Species.
The Darwin Season programmes
David Attenborough takes a passionate, personal journey through Darwin's discoveries. Read more: OU on the BBC: Charles Darwin And The Tree of Life
Andrew Marr explores the effects of Darwin's thinking on his society - and ours. Read more: OU on the BBC: Darwin's Dangerous Idea
Jimmy Doherty visits Darwin's home, and recreates the experiments that helped formulate his theory of evolution. Read more: OU on the BBC: Jimmy Doherty In Darwin's Garden
Darwin and evolution in more depth:
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Darwin Now pod 1: Why do we care about Darwin now? Featuring: Audio Copyrighted image Credit: Jupiter Images
Professor Steve Jones reflects on how well Darwin’s ground-breaking theory of evolution has stood the test of... Listen now: Darwin Now pod 1: Why do we care about Darwin now?