Science Podcasts

Free science podcasts and science radio shows about science, technology, medicine and engineering...

13 July 2008

We're going for gold on this week's Olympian Naked Scientists, by discovering the sporty science of...

11 July 2008

Could piezo electricity be used to supply power to the world's population? In space, can anyone hear you scream,...

10 July 2008

Even the rarest element on Earth has its uses according to Mark Peplow

07 July 2008

Why are dreams so hard to remember? In this Question of the Week, we find out why your night time imagination slips...

06 July 2008

Give yourself the time to listen to this week's Naked Scientists Show, where we find out about the Body Clock! We...

04 July 2008

Lead podcast from Chemistry World - the magazine of the Royal Society of Chemistry.

04 July 2008

Technetium podcast from Chemistry World - the magazine of the Royal Society of Chemistry.

04 July 2008

How was the Sun created? How are dead bodies decomposed? Does hot water freeze faster than cold water? We answer these...

01 July 2008

It's 150 years since Darwin's theory of Evolution was presented to the Linnean Society, and so we've...

30 June 2008

Why are copper compounds so colourful? In this week's Question of the Week we find out how one metal can have so...

27 June 2008

How can bombs bounce without going off? Could a volcanic eruption be deadly worldwide? What is St Elmo's Fire? We...

24 June 2008

If you burn your Pizza to a crisp, are you left with a low calorie (if not very tasty) meal? In this Question of the...

23 June 2008

Being struck by lightning can be a heart-stopping experience - but could a second strike re-start your heart? In this...

22 June 2008

Mirrors, Magnets and Meteorites make an appearance in this week's Naked Scientists Question and Answer Show. We...

20 June 2008

How do planes fly upside down? How can tongues get fungal infections? Was there another civilisation before humans?...

17 June 2008

Polonium podcast from Chemistry World - the magazine of the Royal Society of Chemistry.

17 June 2008

Nitrogen podcast from Chemistry World - the magazine of the Royal Society of Chemistry.

15 June 2008

Get Red Hot and Dirty with the Naked Scientists as we explore the science of volcanoes. We discover how the heat from...

13 June 2008

Can we cut through atoms with scissors? Is it possible to light a fire on the moon? How do gyroscopes work? We answer...

09 June 2008

Most fish live in either freshwater or saltwater, but some live in both. In this Question of the Week we find out how...

08 June 2008

Ancient Greece is on the naked scientists' menu this week as we travel back in time to 1200 BC to discover how...

06 June 2008

Why can blood vessels burst when pumping iron? Is it possible to grow plants on the moon? Can our joints predict bad...

02 June 2008

How do you make a didgeridoo do what it does do? For this week's QotW, we find out how the length and shape of the...

01 June 2008

Footballs in space, mind-controlled machines and long-lasting bubbles join your questions on this week's Naked...