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Back to the Future day!

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It’s October 21, 2015, meaning that it’s Back to the Future day! Back to the Future accurately predicted that we would have flat screen tv’s, video calls and a strange sense of fashion. But what about the other things in Back to the Future? What’s happening to the flying cars and the cars that run on garbage. And most importantly what’s happening to the hover boards?! Alice Rennison reports.

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