Topic: Gravity / Category: News
Recorded in front of an audience of BBC Radio 4 listeners, Professor Stephen Hawking delivers the famous BBC Reith Lectures for the station on Tuesday 26th January and Tuesday 2 February.
The lecture is in two parts: “Do black holes have no hair?” and “Black holes ain’t as black as they are painted.”
The evening is introduced by Sue Lawley.
For further information on the programmes please visit the Radio 4 website.
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