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Television: Darwin examined

by David Winter

THE media love-affair with Richard Dawkins continues — this time with the three-part series The Genius of Charles Darwin (Channel 4, Mondays). Judging by the first programme, this will provide the aca­demic with a platform for yet another interminable sermon on the non-existence of God.

Right at the start, he assured us that the narrative of evolution was “infinitely more wonderful than any religious story of creation”. Like the tedious soul-winner who can turn any ...

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