BBC Two’s science show says in age of Netflix and Amazon it should not be taken for granted

The BBC has “supersized the scale” of the experiments in its veteran science show Horizon to help attract new audiences to the programme, which is in danger of being “taken for granted”.

Thought to be television’s longest-running strand, the 54-year-old Horizon is experiencing a new dawn with “the scaling up” of some of its scientific trials and its most diverse lineup of presenters, according to the BBC’s science and natural history head Tom McDonald.

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