It’s 1996. In a small scientific institute in Scotland, a team of biologists are working round the clock to create a sheep from an adult cell. On 5th July, Dolly the Sheep is born and the world’s biology textbooks rewritten. This is a first-hand account from the people behind a scientific sensation. Geneticists, biologists, technicians, farmhands, and the journalists reveal exactly what happened – and explore Dolly’s legacy not just in cloning, but in humanity’s fight against our most feared and incurable disorders.