Science Podcasts

15 November 2016

How did a boy from Lincolnshire end up as a NASA astronaut?

14 November 2016

Space Boffins' Sue Nelson was at ESA mission control recently when the ExoMars...

14 November 2016

This month we're delving into the junk in the genome, properly called non- coding DNA.

11 November 2016

How can we harness quantum physics to build new technologies?

11 November 2016

Is the Earth flat, do microwaves kill nutrients, why do eggs have whites and yolks?

10 November 2016

A new way of bioengineering plants could provide us with super cheap chemical sensors.

10 November 2016

Our Moon formed as the result of a massive collision and a fast spinning early Earth

09 November 2016

Half of the Arctic sea ice area has been lost in the past 40 years - when will it be gone?

08 November 2016

Are humans alone in the Universe? Graihagh jackson talked to three experts to find out

08 November 2016

How did we get here and are we really all that special?

07 November 2016

Sascha Drewlo reckons that a simple cervical smear could replace current prenatal tests.

04 November 2016

Why do other people's fart smell so bad and why do storms turn swimming pools green?

01 November 2016

What's the science behind the scares in horror films?

28 October 2016

How can I stop a panic attack, can learned behaviour be passed on genetically?

28 October 2016

White lies are widely accepted as an integral part of our everyday lives. And yet history

27 October 2016

First fossilised dinosaur brain confirmed by scientists this week

25 October 2016

Why is everyone excited about Gaia? What's so exciting about this probe? Graihagh Jackson investigates...

25 October 2016

80% of Europeans and Northern Americans now can't see the Milky Way. But does this matter?

25 October 2016

Chris investigates why, since 2012, opiate deaths in England and Wales have doubled.

24 October 2016

Is enough being done to ensure women have the same oppourtunities as men in STEM fields?

24 October 2016

Why don't you get thrown backwards when you switch on your torch? Kerstin Göpfrich made he

21 October 2016

Are there increases in miscarriage ratesa and why are rats used in experiments?

18 October 2016

Hospitals: past, present and future.

18 October 2016

Three medical students tell us what it's like at the 250 year old Addenbrooke's hospital