Podcast Archive

Classic science podcast strands produced by the Naked Scientists.


03 October 2011

This week, how analysing tweets can gauge the mood of people around the world, a new way to predict someone's risk...

26 September 2011

This week, the hunter becomes the hunted in a new discovery with beetle larvae and we find out how computer simulation...

19 September 2011

This month we look into the light to discover how Diamond's new Imaging and Coherance beamline is helping...

19 September 2011

In this NewsFlash, we hear how computer gamers can help to solve scientific puzzles, why you not be as good as you...

12 September 2011

This week, how computer design helps surgeons reconstruct breasts, why mammalian cells modified to contain a single set...

11 September 2011

Is there such a thing as sustainable whale hunting? And even if there is, are we likely to see an end to the moratorium...

05 September 2011

This week, a computer model of the heart that could test new cardiac drugs, ancient evidence of antibiotic resistance...

22 August 2011

We discover diamonds in candle flames in this week's Naked Scientists NewsFlash, but sadly, only a few atoms...

15 August 2011

In this NewsFlash, we meet the deep-sea microbes that feed on the hydrogen from hydrothermal vents, and discover a...

11 August 2011

Naked Oceans has reached its& 1st birthday and we celebrate by taking& a look back at season one to pick&...

08 August 2011

We'll find out how vampire bats home in on hot blood in this week's& NewsFlash!& Also, we explore the...

15 July 2011

This month we return to some of the moist enjoyable archaeological interviews recorded this year. There's...

07 July 2011

This month, we venture into the synchrotron along with members of the public to bring you a glimpse of the Inside...

27 June 2011

In this week's Naked Scientists NewsFlash, a new TB vaccination that stands out on it's own, how babies make...

20 June 2011

In this NewsFlash, scientists spot a black hole tearing a star apart, the confusion caused by Comet Hartley 2, and how...

17 June 2011

This month: how a neat piece of statistical analysis has led to the construction of a prehistoric history; how...

11 June 2011

We venture into the deep to find out how scientists are using cutting edge technologies to explore the darkest and most...

06 June 2011

This week, how increasing CO2 levels could stop fish from finding a home and new insight into how sunspots keep warm....

31 May 2011

This week, how humans locate themselves using echolocation, an attractive new prospect for magnetic materials and a new...

23 May 2011

In this NewsFlash - how we learn geometry without ever entering a classroom, how gossip changes the way we look at the...

17 May 2011

This month: the most recent Neanderthals in the Caucasus, the science of ceramic petrology, the truth about 'The...

16 May 2011

In this NewsFlash, tailor made proteins that bind to 'flu viruses, the largest gathering of whale sharks in the...

11 May 2011

We explore some of the many ways marine animals see, sniff, and hear their ocean realm.