Why is Brian Cox popular right now?

Prof Brian Cox, a physicist and campaigner against cuts to UK science funding, appeared as a guest on BBC Question Time (30/9/10). (as of September 30 at 23:43 UTC)
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What sort of music do you listen to? average price of zoloft without insurance “I think you gotta preface everything when talking about last season with the fact that Dwight wasn’t himself,” Nash said. “He was well below 100%. Pau wasn’t his self until the late in the season. I wasn’t my self after I broke my foot. This league’s too good with too much of a deficit when we’re trying to find that commonality and that chemistry. That leads to whatever difficulty to assimilating we had.&#8221.
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Presenting "Wonders of the Univesre" right now!
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Stargazing is a UK TV series hosted by Professor Brian Cox.
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Professor Brian Cox lectured about Science on TV in the RTS Huw Wheldon Lecture on BBC2 this evening (01.12.10).
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Prof Brian Cox, a physicist and campaigner against cuts to UK science funding, appeared as a guest on BBC Question Time (30/9/10).
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Brian Cox appeared on Friday Night with Jonathan Ross, talking about the LHC, amongst other things. *No* Not that Brian Cox you muppets.
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Brian Cox appeared on Friday Night with Jonathan Ross, talking about the LHC, amongst other things.
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