Interviews about Earth Science

Interviews about geology, palaeontology, archaeology, atmospheric science, climate, climate change and meteorology...

15 January 2019

Soil isn’t just a source of water and minerals for plants; it’s a whole ecosystem teeming with microscopic life.

15 January 2019

Scientists had overlooked the unlikely hero that helps the ecosystem to defend itself.

19 December 2018

How a rubbish tip surrendered the remains of the world's first complete skeleton of a flying squirrel...

19 December 2018

Fossil remains of flowers dating back nearly 200 million years have been uncovered by palaeontologists in northeastern...

19 December 2018

Sea temperatures affect plankton growth, which in turns alters fish abundance. So warm seas force nursing seals to...

18 December 2018

Why city frogs have more sex appeal.

27 November 2018

Don't let Georgia Mills hear you say that a pterodactyl is a dinosaur!

14 November 2018

How Australia can reveal where diseases will move to as the world warms...

13 November 2018

Can manufacturers be green and financially viable?

06 November 2018

Let's meet the panel who've been answering your science questions!

29 October 2018

How does coral reef bleaching affect fish

23 October 2018

How can you plan for the future? Professor Lord Martin Rees, the astronomer royal, talks about his new book

18 September 2018

How do you investigate Earth's magnetic field?

18 September 2018

Why do we need the earth's magnetic field?

18 September 2018

How do magnets actually work?

18 September 2018

This week, it's geomagnetism 101...

04 September 2018

We're laying a rainy myth to rest...

10 July 2018

How does sunscreen protect your skin?

03 July 2018

From where should scientists collect seeds to conserve tree species?

26 June 2018

What's the human impact of a volcanic eruption?

26 June 2018

Why is it dangerous to fly through an ash cloud?

26 June 2018

Volcanic gases can impact the environment...

26 June 2018

What exactly is a volcano?