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Ham muốn Tột cùng (Deepest Desires)
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Trọn bộ BẢN NĂNG CON NGƯỜI - BBC Human Instinct của BBC sẽ bao gồm 4 phần :
BBC Human Instinct - Part 2 of 4 - Robert Winston
: Khát vọng Sống (Born To Survive)
: Ham muốn Tột cùng (Deepest Desires)
: Khát Vọng Chiến Thắng (Will to Win)
: Thiên sinh Anh hùng (Natural Born Heroes)
"Human Instinct" is the story of how instincts have made us humans into the
uniquely successful species that we are, despite us not always being aware of
Professor Lord Robert Winston was born in 1940 and named Robert Maurice
Winston. He graduated at London University in 1964 and held junior posts at
the London Hospital from that time. In 1970 he joined the Hammersmith Hospital
as a Registrar and became involved in research and development in
He is well known today to audiences throughout the world for his several BBC
television series, which include The Human Body, Secret Life of Twins and
Superhuman, and through which he has shown a great capacity for communicating
often complex science to a wide public audience. He is Professor of Fertility
Studies at Imperial College School of Medicine, London University, and is
world-renowned as a fertility expert. He also heads the Department of
Reproductive Medicine at the Hammersmith Hospital in London.
In Human Instints Professor Robert Winston provides a unique insight into what
it is that makes us human. And it is the story of our extraordinary instincts
and why we behave the way we do and what other animals reveal about our most
basic drives. With intriguing experiments and secret filming he uncovers the
surprising science of sex. And helps us understand why one human being could
lay down their life for another. In exploring survival, sex, competition and
self-sacrifice, Professor Winston takes viewers on a journey of discovery into
human behaviour, to look at ourselves in an entirely new way.
He believes the series is not science for scientists - it is about trying to
translate complex ideas into something easily accessible for all. He thinks
the whole area of evolutionary psychology has been largely overlooked but
thinks it's fascinating. According to Winston we all carry a prehistoric
baggage around with us and don't have full control over it.