The Naked Scientists Podcast

The Naked Scientists flagship weekly science show. Science news stories, scientific breakthroughs and interviews with leading scientists...

02 December 2022

A promising breakthrough in Alzheimer's treatment, but with some troubling side effects

29 November 2022

The artificial intelligence standing between you and your dream job...

25 November 2022

Plus, using artificial enzymes to attack COVID, and how low frequency noises make us want to dance

22 November 2022

Why do black holes spin, and what makes glue so sticky?

15 November 2022

What use are the scientific findings if they can't be reproduced?

11 November 2022

How red blood cells can be grown from stem cells, and how will we commuincate with aliens?

08 November 2022

Covid has slowed progress in fighting TB. So what options are scientists weighing up?

04 November 2022

Plus, birdsong proven to reduce anxiety and the new, cheaper carbon capture material...

01 November 2022

How scientists are using knowledge of the human body's circadian rhythms to better our health...

28 October 2022

Plus, New health study enlists 5 million Brits, and amphipods show signs of deep sea evolution...

25 October 2022

A trip around the circular economy, inspired by the SEEMONSTER installation at Weston-Super-Mare

21 October 2022

In the news, how much fishing line is sat at the bottom of our oceans, and can bacteria make tumours worse?

18 October 2022

Are reawakening, dormant viruses to blame? And what's the prognosis for the one person in twenty left feeling low...

14 October 2022

Plus, spotting dementia early and plastic eating worms...

07 October 2022

Plus the rest of this week's news...

04 October 2022

Chris and James take on the Trieste Next science festival, and find out about some of the research going on.

27 September 2022

How sweeteners could cause risk of cardiovascular disease, and a new antibiotic found in trees.

20 September 2022

How many calories are in a human brain? And what would happen if our planet stopped rotating?

13 September 2022

The institutionalised falsities that still plague scientific study today.

09 September 2022

And the rest of your weekly dose of science news and views...

02 September 2022

How the bugs living inside us could contribute towards our health and disease

02 September 2022

The Moderna vs Pfizer legal battle, why first impressions count and cancer risk in coffee drinkers explored

30 August 2022

How climate change will affect our future rainfall, and the technology that could help mitigate the effects.