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    • Hawking: The Story Of A Search For The Beginning Of Time

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      BBC Two takes viewers on an extraordinary voyage to explore the early years of Stephen Hawking’s life for the first time in history. Hop into your time machine as we travel back to 1963 to celebrate Hawking’s 21st birthday. What is meant to be an enjoyable occasion, quickly becomes the opposite.

      As the young cosmologist embarks on his joyous party, he meets a new friend, Jane Wilde. Almost instantly the two share a powerful connection. Wilde is intrigued and inspired by Hawking’s passionate talk about the stars and the Universe. Unfortunately she soon realizes there is a serious problem with Hawking as suddenly he finds himself unable to stand to his feet. What could cause such a circumstance?

      Hawking, a brilliant and extremely ambitious 21 year-old PhD student at Cambridge University was diagnosed with a debilitating motor neurone disease. The doctors estimate he would only live for another two years, but Hawking managed to beat those odds. Played by Benedict Cumberbatch, Hawking: The Story of a Search for the Beginning of Time will explore how this brilliant young man went on to achieve not only scientific success, but also worldwide acclaim. He wrote the best-selling book A Brief History of Time.

      Let the BBC Two enthral you with this inspiring tale of Stephen Hawking.

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      Published on December 16, 2008 · Filed under: Biography
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