Peter Snow Returns To The Future - Omnibus

To mark the 30th anniversary of Back to the Future in 2015, Radio 4 commissioned a special ten part series of programmes with Peter Snow and some of our most interesting thinkers and journalists.

The question: if you could go anywhere in history, either backwards or forwards in time, where would you travel to and why?

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In the first part of this hour long omnibus, Peter Snow clambers into a time travelling DeLorean to take his guests on temporal trip, with contributions from MP Alan Johnson, geneticist Steve Jones, space scientist Maggie Aderin-Pocock, travel writer Simon Calder and historian Kate Williams.

Producers - Caitlin Smith, David Stenhouse and Mark Rickards.

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Join Peter Snow and guests as he 'Returns to the Future'.

To mark the 30th anniversary of Back to the Future in 2015, Radio 4 commissioned a special ten part series of programmes with Peter Snow and some of our most interesting thinkers and journalists.

The question: if you could go anywhere in history, either backwards or forwards in time, where would you travel to and why?

In the second part of this hour long omnibus, Peter Snow clambers into a time travelling DeLorean to take his guests on temporal trip into the worlds of fashion, big data, currency, the ruins of Rome and to 1662 for a spot of dodo watching.

Contributions from ITV's Political Editor Robert Peston, fashion writer Hermione Eyre, digital anthropologist Genevieve Bell, architectural broadcaster Jonathan Glancey and conservationist Chris Packham.

Produced by Caitlin Smith, David Stenhouse and Mark Rickards.

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In the second part of this hour long omnibus, Peter Snow clambers into a time travelling DeLorean to take his guests on temporal trip into the worlds of fashion, big data, currency, the ruins of Rome and to 1662 for a spot of dodo watching.

Contributions from ITV's Political Editor Robert Peston, fashion writer Hermione Eyre, digital anthropologist Genevieve Bell, architectural broadcaster Jonathan Glancey and conservationist Chris Packham.

Produced by Caitlin Smith, David Stenhouse and Mark Rickards.

Nature broadcaster Chris Packham goes back to 1662 to witness the extinction of the dodo.