All Our Tomorrows

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19980101]

Continued from 3pm.

The second of two programmes.

Predictions Past. Russell Davies and guests peer through the mists of time at some of the century's most potent visions of the future. Plus the pick of the century's prophetic fiction, the mysterious art of forecasting showbiz success and the search for the worst predictions ever made. (The first programme is at 12 noon, while

Predictions Past continues at 4.05pm.)

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fictions Present. Russell Davies nvestigates the mysterious arts of Prediction, forecast and prophecy, from the weather to the racecourse, from the economy to the stars.

° es today's technology allow us to anticipate the future more reliably than the rune, the tea leaf or the crystal ball The next programme is at 3pm.

Producers John Goudie and Paul Quinn

Genome: [r4 Bd=19980101]

Unknown: Russell Davies

Producers: John Goudie

Producers: Paul Quinn

01Predictions Present19980101

Does anyone know what will happen in the next 365 days? Russell Davies investigates the mysterious arts of prediction, forecast and prophecy, from the weather to the racecourse, the economy to the stars. Does today's technology manufacture a more accurate version of the future than the rune, the tea leaf or the crystal ball?

02 LASTPredictions Past19980101

Why don't we breakfast on three vitamin pills and ride to work on a monorail while our robots do the housework? Russell Davies and guests peer through the mists of time at some of the century's most potent visions of the future. Plus the pick of the century's prophetic fiction, the mysterious art of forecasting showbiz success, and the search for the worst predictions ever made.