February 13, 2009 on Al Jazeera English
With Richard Dawkins, Paul Taylor, and Bob Bloomfield
Charles Darwin, the British scientist, laid the foundations of the theory of evolution and transformed the way many people think about the natural world. But his ideas still have their detractors.
As the 200th anniversary of Charles Darwin's birth is celebrated, an evolutionary biologist, a creationist and a natural histrorian give Al Jazeera their views on his discoveries.
*Note: Post title was edited after the edit on Al Jazeera's YT channel; "theory still debated" was changed to "ideas remain controversial"