TV - "Future Fantastic"

John Blanco-Losada (
Sun, 2 Mar 97 09:55:21 -0500

>From today's Washington Post TV Week magazine. Sounds exciting.

"The five-part miniseries 'Future Fantastic,' which examines innovations
of the imaginative as well as scientists who dare to be imaginative,
premieres Sunday on the Learning Channel at 10 PM.

Gillian Anderson of "The X-Files" hosts the series. The five parts,
airing Sunday through Thursday at 10 PM, repeat at 1 AM:

Alien: It's not just the kooks and cranks who say life is out there.

The Incredible Shrinking Planet: Earthlings are inventing their own

I Robot: Tomorrow androids may think and even reproduce.

Space Pioneers: What speculative ideas are ready to fly?

Immortals: Cryogenics heats up.

The series features interviews with visionary authors and the scientists
who are inspired by their work, including Arthur C. Clarke, Ray Bradbury,
astronaut Story Musgrave, and MIT's Marvin Minsky, 'father' of artificial

The complete series repeats Sunday, March 9 from 1 to 6 PM."

John Blanco-Losada "You must be the change you wish to see in the world." - M. Gandhi