Science Fiction

Science Fiction

1996 - 1998, SciFi
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Episode Guide

  • Science Fiction - Body and Soul (Episode 14)
    Episode 14:

    Body and Soul

    A neurologist visits the Vatican to discuss a new theory about the brain.

  • Science Fiction - A Conspiracy of Cells (Episode 13)
    Episode 13:

    A Conspiracy of Cells

    Cancer research; the progress of science.

  • Science Fiction - The Story of Frankenstein (Episode 12)
    Episode 12:

    The Story of Frankenstein

    The story of Frankenstein develops from a nightmare.

  • Science Fiction - Crash of Cosmos 1900 (Episode 11)
    Episode 11:

    Crash of Cosmos 1900

    An out-of-control satellite.

  • Science Fiction - Lorenzo's Oil (Episode 10)
    Episode 10:

    Lorenzo's Oil

    Lorenzo Odone has an incurable genetic disease.

  • Science Fiction - Nature's Morphine (Episode 9)
    Episode 9:

    Nature's Morphine

  • Science Fiction - Creatures From the Shale (Episode 8)
    Episode 8:

    Creatures From the Shale

    Professor Harry Whittington studies evolution.

  • Science Fiction - Smoking Gun (Episode 7)
    Episode 7:

    Smoking Gun

  • Science Fiction - Confusion (Episode 6)
    Episode 6:

    Confusion

  • Science Fiction - Little Green Men (Episode 5)
    Episode 5:

    Little Green Men

    A woman discovers pulsars while searching for extraterrestrial life.

  • Science Fiction - Spycatcher (Episode 4)
    Episode 4:

    Spycatcher

    American astronomer traps three KGB spies.

  • Science Fiction - No Final Truth (Episode 3)
    Episode 3:

    No Final Truth

    Holocaust survivor Ludwig Fleck develops radical views about science and society.

  • Science Fiction - Hair Soup (Episode 2)
    Episode 2:

    Hair Soup

    Dr. Roger Altounyan uses himself as a guinea pig to discover the first anti-asthma drug.

  • Science Fiction - Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Missing Link (Episode 1)
    Episode 1:

    Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Missing Link

    Hoax of Piltdown man, in 1912.