Parallel Worlds, Parallel Lives
Parallel Worlds, Parallel Lives is a BAFTA-winning television documentary broadcast in 2007 on BBC Scotland and BBC Four, in which American rock musician Mark Oliver Everett talks with physicists and the former colleagues of his father—Hugh Everett—about his father's many-worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics.  The documentary was shot and directed by Louise Lockwood and edited by Folko Boermans.
The documentary was shown in full before each concert during the Eels' 2008 world tour.
A petition was started to persuade the BBC to issue the documentary on DVD.
Parallel Worlds, Parallel Lives was broadcast in the United States on the PBS program Nova on 21 October 2008. The US version of the documentary features American voice actors for the narration. This version was available in DVD but has fallen out of print. 
The British version of the documentary is narrated by Annie Mac.
- TV Craft Winners 2008, BAFTA
- Thompson, Andrew, "The rock star and the quantum mechanic", BBC News, Monday, 26 November 2007
- Hugh Everett: New film tackles "many worlds" theory of quantum mechanics 60 second science, Scientific American blog, by Jordan Lite and George Musser
- Petition to BBC 4 for release of Parallel Worlds Parallel Lives on DVD
- Parallel Worlds, Parallel Lives", PBS Nova TV program, October 2008.
- Amazon listing for Parallel Worlds, Parallel Lives
- Parallel Worlds, Parallel Lives at the Internet Movie Database
- Healy, Pat, "‘Nova’ came for his soul: Eels front man on the healing power of a science doc about his dad" Metro newspaper, 21 October 2008.
- Mark Oliver Everett, Things the Grandchildren Should Know, ISBN 978-0-316-02787-8
- Nova review
- Eels official website
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