Did anyone else happen to catch this three-hour series on TLC (as part of a BBC co-production) first on the weekend, then repeating tonight? What a stunning production, I must say....I sat through it with my mouth hanging open in shock and wonder, wide-eyed, amazed....*what* an undertaking this show must have been, and it shows, because the structure of it, everything that it shows - up to and including the F/X work, *wow*....never before have I felt what it must be like to be around a rampaging black hole or a dying star, but now I feel like I know that quite well and it's a *very* startling and brand-new sensation - it just struck me as a phenomenal thing, especially since this show actually managed to clue me into some things I'd never realized before, never would have thought possible. Like a rogue black hole passing through the solar system, destroying Jupiter and the sun, and then finally swallowing up the dead Earth at last....a black hole, the size of a *pea* but with the gravitational pull of a million suns....wow, I say! The stuff this program shows, what it clues me into....*this* is what The Learning Channel is all about, just part and parcel of why it's always been one of my top faves. First Trauma: Life and Death in the ER, and now "Hyperspace"....phew! I know they're offering the VHS version of the program....but does anyone happen to have the inside line on whether they'll have a DVD release of the show? Oh, I *do* hope they can manage it....because just the *thought* of what this program would look like on DVD, what it would *sound* like into the bargain....it only makes me eager in the *extreme*. Mmmmmmm.... Dawn.