'  One of the UK’s finest and most imaginative writers, Alan Moore, discusses the meeting of science and fiction, his own inspirations from the world of scientific discovery and whether there is room for the mystical in a rational world. With Robin Ince.' The Festival takes place from March 12-25, with more than 180 mostly free events for the public to choose from. Organisers are hoping for a record turnout after last year’s total of 35,000 visitors.

' One of the UK’s finest and most imaginative writers, Alan Moore, discusses the meeting of science and fiction, his own inspirations from the world of scientific discovery and whether there is room for the mystical in a rational world. With Robin Ince.' The Festival takes place from March 12-25, with more than 180 mostly free events for the public to choose from. Organisers are hoping for a record turnout after last year’s total of 35,000 visitors.

Robin Ince: Science versus wonder? Does science ruin the magic of life? In this grumpy but charming monologue, Robin Ince makes the argument against. The more we learn about the astonishing behavior of the universe -- the more we stand in awe.

Robin Ince: Science versus wonder? Does science ruin the magic of life? In this grumpy but charming monologue, Robin Ince makes the argument against. The more we learn about the astonishing behavior of the universe -- the more we stand in awe.

Play 12 episodes of "The Infinite Monkey Cage" -- BBC radio's witty, irreverent look at the world through the eyes of scientists, and comedians. Hosted by Brian Cox and Robin Ince

Play 12 episodes of "The Infinite Monkey Cage" -- BBC radio's witty, irreverent look at the world through the eyes of scientists, and comedians. Hosted by Brian Cox and Robin Ince

Brian Cox and Robin Ince, co-hosts of "The Infinite Monkey Cage" on BBC4.

Brian Cox and Robin Ince, co-hosts of "The Infinite Monkey Cage" on BBC4.

Does science ruin the magic of life? In this grumpy but charming monologue, Robin Ince makes the argument against. The more we learn about the astonishing behavior of the universe -- the more we stand in awe.

Does science ruin the magic of life? In this grumpy but charming monologue, Robin Ince makes the argument against. The more we learn about the astonishing behavior of the universe -- the more we stand in awe.

If you want my opinion, what we need are experts, not windbags | Robin Ince | Comment is free | The Observer

If you want my opinion, what we need are experts, not windbags

If you want my opinion, what we need are experts, not windbags | Robin Ince | Comment is free | The Observer

The Infinite Monkey Cage. Forget playlists for jogging, listen to these guys. They are funny, brilliant and informative.

The Infinite Monkey Cage. Forget playlists for jogging, listen to these guys. They are funny, brilliant and informative.

Puppet versions of Prof. Brian Cox (physicist) and Robin Ince (presenter). | Bio (Ince): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robin_Ince | Bio: (Cox): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brian_Cox_%28physicist%29

Puppet versions of Prof. Brian Cox (physicist) and Robin Ince (presenter). | Bio (Ince): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robin_Ince | Bio: (Cox): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brian_Cox_%28physicist%29

BBC Radio the Infinite Monkey Cage Witty, irreverent look at the world through scientists' eyes. With Brian Cox and Robin Ince

BBC Radio the Infinite Monkey Cage Witty, irreverent look at the world through scientists' eyes. With Brian Cox and Robin Ince

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