Cosmos tells the fascinating story of how nearly fifteen billion years of cosmic evolution transformed matter and life into consciousness, of how science and civilisation grew up together and of the forces and individuals who helped shape modern science.
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The series stands the test of time very well, presented by the late wonderful Carl Sagan. The whole production is superb. If you have not seen the Cosmos, this is a great opportunity to appreciate this classic groundbreaking series at a bargain price.
I remember seeing this for the first time on BBC2 in the early 80's. I hated science with a passion at school, and yet this gripped me. Carl Sagan made the most far reaching concepts somehow understandable and entertaining. The thirteen episodes blend history, science, philosophy and science fiction with breathtaking ease thanks to the most natural communicator science has ever had. Very few programmes from that time can be watched with anything other than amused disbelief as to what was being predicted. Sagan, who wrote and starred in the 13 episodes, knew what was feasible and extrapolated from there. The episodes can be watched with subtitles updating the programme in the light of scientific advances. Some programmes have none at all, and most of the rest show how Sagan's ideas were correct at least in principle. You must watch this if you have any interest in science, or indeed children with a science course to tackle at school. Often imitated, never bettered!