Interviews about History

Interviews on archaeology, anthropology, palaeoanthropology and the history of science...

04 April 2017

The team get stumped by some tricky questions...

28 March 2017

How did Rutherford split the atom, and build up the picture we still use today?

28 March 2017

How do animals in the deep blue sea manage to disappear?

28 March 2017

Scientists are proposing a radical reshuffle of the dinosaur family tree.

21 February 2017

Archaeological evidence suggests that a young woman from ancient Troy died from a pregnancy-related infection

31 January 2017

Why is there so much fake news out there, and how do we fight it?

24 January 2017

A look back at Gene Cernan's achievements and hopes for space exploration.

17 January 2017

We find out why science can be a laughing matter.

16 January 2017

Does it matter when the movies get the science wrong?

05 January 2017

Why laughing is good for your mind, body and soul.

05 January 2017

The team celebrated their 15th birthday this year, but what happens in their newsroom?

04 January 2017

Graihagh investigates why we might be spooked by a little bit of darkness...

02 January 2017

Why do we enjoy conspiracy theories and where did they come from?

29 December 2016

We round off Christmas 2016 with a final rendition of A Partridge in a Pear Tree...

29 December 2016

What constitutes a "good" dance?

28 December 2016

A hoard of science-hungry academic luminaries join the Naked Scientists to celebrate Christmas

15 December 2016

How can we ensure that minority backgrounds are fairly represented in science?

15 December 2016

Fossil footprints reveal that some of our human-like ancestors could have been taller than we thought.

28 November 2016

Would aliens necessarily have DNA, like we do?

18 November 2016

Driverless cars could change the world- but what legal and ethical challenges do they bring with them?

14 November 2016

Indira Raman offers her perspective on being a scientist who is a woman...

08 November 2016

What do you study when researching skeletons that span millions of years?

08 November 2016

The earliest stone tools were assumed to have been intentionally made by our pre-human ancestors but maybe there's...

08 November 2016

Could the discovery of fire have been the cause of man's big brain?