Question of the Week

13 February 2017

How did birds survive the dinosaur mass extinction?

24 January 2017

If we put a giant mirror in space, could see Earth a million years ago?

24 January 2017

Listener Tim got in touch to ask: Why do the poles go north-south as opposed to east-west?

23 January 2017

Do ants or other insects feel pain in the same way as humans do? And what does it have to do with robots?

16 January 2017

What would happen if one could somehow pee standing on the moon?

05 December 2016

Water is hydrogen and oxygen, both of which are used in combustion...

28 November 2016

Why is it when we break a magnet in half, we get two new magnets?

24 October 2016

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

16 October 2016

Could a jaunt to Jupiter be the physics-version of anti-wrinkle cream?

10 October 2016

Is soap really all it's cracked up to be?

26 September 2016

Could testing of nuclear weapons lead to earthquakes?

19 September 2016

Could your pet be fooled by fake pills?

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12 September 2016

Clothes dried on a washing line can end up crunchy and stiff. Why does this happen?

22 August 2016

Find out how you can unlearn something that you have already learned!

01 August 2016

If we slice the earth in half and leave the inner and outer core intact, like cutting the avocado, what would it look...

18 July 2016

This week, Loot got in touch to ask how the moon got its markings.

11 July 2016

Lucka Bibic went in search of cavemen's names...

27 June 2016

How do octopuses camouflage if they are colour blind?

06 June 2016

How do active noise cancelling headphones work?

23 May 2016

Solomon emailed in to ask how cooking food affects the process of digestion.

09 May 2016

Jeff asked whether we could recognise and understand an encrypted message from space.

25 April 2016

Is it true that there is no restriction for an elevator ascent but not for desent?

11 April 2016

Do you get the hiccups after a super spicy curry? We try to find out why.