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"Dynamic look at the life, work, and legacy of Charles Darwin" --The Sunday Times (U.K.)
Published 150 years ago, Charles Darwin’s On the Origin of Species changed everything--science, religion, and even humanity’s image of itself. Join Professor Richard Dawkins as he explains exactly how Darwin developed his revolutionary theory of evolution and why it’s still relevant today.
How do species evolve? What does "natural selection" mean in biology, politics, sociology, and philosophy? With passionate certainty, Dawkins provides answers, positing evolution as a matter of fact, not faith. In addition to interviewing scientific experts such as geneticist Craig Venter and paleoanthropologist Richard Leakey, Dawkins speaks with Dr. Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury, and other religious leaders about the existence of a Creator. Provocative, informative, and irresistibly watchable, this award-winning documentary offers lively new insights on an idea that still meets stubborn resistance.
Evolutionary biologist and fellow of the Royal Society, Richard Dawkins has served as professor of public understanding of science at Oxford University. He has written dozens of scholarly and popular works, including the controversial best seller The God Delusion.
Winner, Best Documentary Series (British Broadcast Awards, 2009)
My background is chemical eng. I like reading the cradle of civilisation, astronomy, physics, archaeology, palaeontology, biology, anthropology, electronics. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jonatan Sutrisna
Dr. Dawkings is too intent on fighting Christianity, even those that believe in evolution. So he devotes more time to a debate of his own making, detracting from the presentation... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Emilio Pantojas
Always wondered about his life and now i know little more.
Anything Dawkins does is thought provoking and interesting. Read more
Don't despair about those school children not jumping on board of the Evolution process. I was one of those children in my younger days where everything is nice, sugar and spice... Read morePublished on August 20, 2012 by Glen R. Bleak
I'm open minded when it comes to the natural selection versus religion debate. Unfortunately, however, this film did not present both sides of the argument. Read morePublished on April 30, 2010 by Mel