OU on the BBC: Stardate

Updated Friday 6th August 2004

What do we know of Venus? Find out more about Earth's evil twin.

Adam Hart-Davis and Janet Sumner invite you to join them on a trip to Earth's "evil twin" - how did the destiny of two planets diverge so sharply?

First broadcast: Wednesday 12 Apr 2006 on BBC TWO

 

 

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