Finally, Horizon aren't surreptitiously trying to tell us how we might die, that the end of the world is nigh thanks to super volcanoes or nasty bouts of flu; they're now screaming it from the rooftops - although they have tried to soften the blow by adding a question mark in the title. Here's how the press blurb opens: 'Our understanding of the world around us is better now than ever before. But are we any closer to knowing how it's all going to end?' Yay, death, destruction, complete lack of living in the moment, etc. Dallas Campbell, who looks about neh-neh-neh-neh-neh-neh-nineteen, delves into the Horizon archive to discover how scientists have tried to predict an impending apocalypse - from natural disaster to killer disease to asteroid impact - and to ask: when Armageddon arrives, will science be able to save us?