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Michael J. Mosley's excellent presentation along with stunning graphics, makes this much more than a simple documentary. A journey from birth to death and many side stories which are common and unique at the same time. One has to see it to appreciate it, my words are limited to describe it. Reading Biology at school was painful but all that reading and much more practical experiences helped me understand it in a different way. It has its share of joys and sadness, climax and anti climax, overall a very good experience. BBC you are worth every penny I pay in my TV License fee, if you keep producing programmes like that.
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