P339 4-Tel 339 Mon 28 Oct C4 21:44:00         Science Line has joined forces with Channel 4 to run a new subscription service for viewers who enboy Equinox and the Channel's other science output. To help you make more of these, subscribers get advance programme information and details of linked educational courses and other activities across the country. You also get the opportunity to feedback your views to prograllf makers as well as free calls to Science Line - all for £10 per year. More details in a moment...  1/5 Next page C4 Today Previews + Subtitles
P339 4-Tel 339 Mon 28 Oct C4 21:51:10        4/5 Double Identity Sunday, October 27 19.00-20.00 Equinox compares identical twins with fraternal (ie non-identical) twins, showing that identical twins are more likely than fraternal twins to have very similar tastes. Accompanying identical twins Kathy and Clare Craven on separate trips to the same store, Equinox observes as they buy extremely similar outfits. The case of Tom and Ted Legarde proves that romance is not genetically fixed, as these identical twins are married to two very different women. Next page C4 Today Previews + Subtitles
P339 4-Tel 339 Mon 28 Oct C4 21:52:13        5/5 Double Identity Sunday, October 27 19.00-20.00 Equinox also examines the startling similarities between identical twins Daphne Goodship and Barbara Herbert, who were separated for the first 40 years of their lives. Research on twins seems to imply that intelligence, and even 'bad luck', may be genetically pre-ordained. The programme also travels to Twinsburg, USA, for the annual parade of twins from all over the world.  Subtitles 888  NICAM  Rpt Next page C4 Today Previews + Subtitles
P339 4-Tel 339 Mon 28 Oct C4 21:41:01         This subscription service is called Science Line-Up. For more information, call: Lizzie Perkins on 0222 575444 If you are not a subscriber, you can still call the Science Line information service with your questions on science, technology, engineering and medicine: Call Science Line on 0345 600 444 Open 1—l,7pm weekdays Cost: Lo-call 4-Tel support index 310 2/5 Next page C4 Today Previews + Subtitles
P339 4-Tel 339 Mon 28 Oct C4 21:40:03        3/5 Double Identity Sunday, October 27 19.00-20.00 Equinox enters the great gene debate, and asks how much our genes, as opposed to our environment, determine our mental capacities. Looking at recent research into identical twins, the programme explains that our personality, drug habits, and political/religious beliefs may be influenced by genetics. Professor Robert Plomin, of the Institute of Psychiatry, explains that twins "provide a natural experiment to separate nature from nurture". Next page C4 Today Previews + Subtitles