VIDEO: Professor Brian Cox answers music's cosmic questions

17 November 2018, 08:30 | Updated: 17 November 2018, 08:31

Watch as the famous physicist answers some questions posed by these famous songs.

Professor Brian Cox is touring the UK next year, and to celebrate he visited Radio X HQ to give us his take on some of the most cosmic songs in rock.

The OBE, PHD and general all-round genius knows a thing or two about space and time, so who better to clear up some of the tough questions posed by everyone from Pink Floyd to Muse.

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Find out what the former D:Ream keyboardist has to say in our video above.

Professor Brian Cox is touring the UK in 2019 with Professor Brian Cox – Universal: Adventures in Space and Time.

Find out more about the event here.

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