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    For U.S. Citizens, we will have to wait and see if Brian Cox's series will be shown on PBS later.
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    I got to meet Brain Cox back in May when he done the uncaged monkey tour in Newcastle! I love the Wonders of the Solar System/Universe and I am currently looking forward to the new series next year called Wonder of Life

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    Default Re: Wonders Of The Solar System - Brian Cox

    I think he is fascinating, not just good with the science but coconnects well with people, I've a feeling he could be the new omni David Attenborough hehe

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    Default Re: Wonders Of The Solar System - Brian Cox

    am del,your have to Change your name.lol from one del to another i totally love his shows.I have them tape't.I think he's better than P.morre who talked to fast for me.lol

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    Default Re: Wonders Of The Solar System - Brian Cox

    i remember i watched a documenatry movie on Onchannel Database | Watch Movies TV Shows Online about the misteries of the solar system.

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    Default Re: Wonders Of The Solar System - Brian Cox

    I have the book collection excellent
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    Default Re: Wonders Of The Solar System - Brian Cox

    This post is over 5 years old. Please refrain from "Necroposting"

    Thanks and clear skies.

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